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‘Man Who Saved Christmas’ opens Friday at The Prizery

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Practice, Practice, Practice — These local children are working hard to be ready for the opening night of HCLT’s upcoming production of ‘The Man Who Saved Christmas.’ From left: Easton Berry, Katherine White, Jordan Carr, Victoria Montes-Bradley, Mary McLaughlin, and Gracie Berneche. Opening night is Nov. 15, with additional shows on Nov. 16, 22, 23, 29, and 30 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 17 and 24 at 3 p.m. For tickets please call The Prizery at 572-8339 or visit http://www.hclt.org.
We all hope for our children to find something they love to do which will also help them develop confidence, poise, responsibility, and leadership. We introduce them to lots of sports and activities, hoping to find one which will put that sparkle in their eyes and make them want to work hard. We want them to learn the importance of making a commitment and sticking to it, the responsibilities and rewards of being a part of a team, and the great joy which comes from accomplishing something big. For many children in our community, participation in theater is just the right venue for all this growing up to take place.

Satterfield picked

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Halifax County School Board incumbent Fay Satterfield was the lucky recipient of another term on the school board after her name was drawn to break the tie with challenger Rita Best. The name drawing was held Friday at the Halifax County Registrar's office. Above, Satterfield meets with Best after the drawing.
Halifax County witnessed a first on Friday morning as a 686-vote tie between incumbent school board trustee Fay Satterfield and challenger Rita Best was broken by drawing a name from the hat.

UPDATE: Winner to be picked Friday in tied School Board race

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Satterfield, left, Best
UPDATE: The winner in the tied School Board race between Fay Satterfield and Rita Best in Halifax County's ED-6 will be determined by drawing a name from a hat. The tiebreaker drawing will take place Friday, Nov. 8 at 10 a.m. at the Halifax County voter registrar's office at the Mary Bethune Complex. Both candidates have been invited to attend the proceedings. A member of the local electoral board will draw the name of the winner.

The man in the picture

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