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Bloodmobile returns Monday, Tuesday

South Boston News
Regular and long-time donors such as David Ferguson, should be mindful of the 56 day period of time between blood donations (eligibility requirements) when the bloodmobile is set up in the area on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 30 and 31. Due to low donation numbers and high usage during summer months and around holidays, the American Red Cross bloodmobile will be set-up in the regular locations as every month. Regular donors, however; will find that they are not eligible yet and will not be able to give until the next set-up date of Monday, Sept. 13 2-7 p.m. at the American Legion, Post 8, Jeffress Blvd. in South Boston and on Tuesday, Sept. 14, from noon-6 p.m. at the Mary Bethune Gym in Halifax.

LIBERTY BOWL, HERE WE COME

South Boston News
WE’VE GOT RHYTHM DANCE GROUP — Most of the girls shown here are headed to perform in the Liberty Bowl on New Year’s Eve in Memphis, Tenn. From left, first row, members of the rest of the competition team for the We’ve Got Rhythm Dance Academy: Kylie Berry, Alyssa Mitchell, Annalie Knouse, Abbi Gilliam. The next two rows include the performers headed to Memphis. Second row, Taylor Watts, Megan Fincher, Lauryn Chappell, Madison Mitchell and Meghan Talley. third row, Taylor Aherron, Lauren Milam, Kimber Watts, Katie Galvan, Paige Tribble.
Bring on the bowl game excitement, as a group of young dancers will be part of the pageantry of major college football this postseason in Memphis, Tenn.

Enrollment climbs to 5,641; some still missing

Halifax County Schools are continuing to pick up enrollment as the number of students at school on Wednesday reached 5,616. The school administration bases its budget projections for state funding on an enrollment of 5,641. Over the past week, schools have picked up an additional 66 students, but administrators believe there are others who still have not enrolled.

Branch manager named interim library director

Hurt brings campaign to Halifax

South Boston News
Republican Fifth District Congressional candidate Robert Hurt on Monday toured Annin Flag Company, the Halifax Courthouse and several local businesses before attending a fund-raiser at the home of Del. James Edmunds.

North Halifax fire department makes Marathon preparations

South Boston News
PREPARING FOR SEPT. 11 MARATHON — Members of the North Halifax Volunteer Fire Department are busy getting ready for their annual fundraiser, set for Saturday, September 11. Shown above are members: Ronnie Waller, Jody Conner, James Burton, Steve Carter, Jimmy Childrey, Justin Dawson, David Fallen, L. C. Fisher, Judy Fisher, Dylan Guthrie, Chad Haislip, Jonathan Hall, Micheal Hardy, Jon Hazelwood, Hugh Hendricks, Tony Hendricks, Steve Moore, Wayne Morris, Deborah Patrick, Connie Rogers,Charles Slagle, Laurie Slagle, Hutner Swift, Kenny Wynn, Brent Younger and Lawson Younger. Not pictured are Calvin Barbour, Jeff Brown, Sue Cameron, Leroy DeJarnette, Mark Fisher, Sherman Fisher, Noah Hill. Orey Hill, J. T. Lawhorn, Tommy Layne, Janice Moore, Stevie Moore, Ronald Moorefield, Dickie Phelps, Chad Pillow, Shannon Ringo, Jerry Rowland, Tom Sidel, John Tanner, Tiffany Valvo, Blake Waller and Wayne Younger. (SOMcL photo)
As the leaves begin to fall, it’s a sure thing that it’s almost time for the North Halifax Volunteer Fire Department’s annual Marathon — a day that brings the community together. As members of the department write in their annual letter, “You depend on your local department for fire protection and they depend on your support each year.”

Three injured in Sunday collision

Three people, the two drivers and a passenger were injured in a two car collision that occurred on Sunday afternoon at 2:10 p.m. on Route 57, about 400 feet west of its intersection with State Route 844.

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