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Wild Turkey Federation comes through

South Boston News
For the past 15 years, the Halifax County Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, with the help of The Good Samaritan and South Boston Food Lion, has made Thanksgiving more memorable to those in need with its annual turkey distribution drive. On Monday, the chapter delivered approximately 500 pounds of turkeys (38 turkeys) to The Good Samaritan, the Department of Social Services and churches to distribute to Halifax County families in need. The Good Samaritan contributed dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, yams, corn and cranberry sauce so that families will have a complete Thanksgiving meal. The Halifax County Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation welcomes new members. Anyone interested in joining can contact David Vaughn at 434-222-4676. Above, Vaughan presents the 38 turkeys to individuals and participating organizations.

Ramping up to feed the masses for Thanksgiving

South Boston News
Serving up the turkeys
Ministers group hosts third annual community dinner

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Rural health agency celebrates anniversary here

Spreading the cheer downtown

South Boston News
Rebecca Mulwee browses the selection of art in the upstairs gallery at Southern Plenty.
Open House draws big business for local shops

Halifax County planners take up first solar request

629-acre project in Crystal Hill on tap for Tuesday public hearing

No sign of man sought in malicious wounding

South Boston News
Antone Hamlett
The whereabouts of 34-year-old Antone Lemont Hamlett remain unknown after police issued a warning to citizens that he may be armed and dangerous. Hamlett, the suspect in a malicious wounding Tuesday in Halifax County, was last seen in the Gretna area later on the day of the attack.

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