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Woodview, Seasons recognized

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Top, Halifax Regional Health System’s long term care affiliate The Woodview has been recognized by the Virginia Health Care Association as a recipient of the D.A. “Woody” Brown Community Involvement award. Receiving the award for The Woodview are director of nursing Deloris Suitt, left, and administrator Connie Zamora, right. With them is the Virginia Health Care Association chairman of the board of directors, David Adams. Above, Halifax Regional Health System’s long term care affiliate Seasons at The Woodview has been recognized by the Virginia Health Care Association as a recipient of the D.A. “Woody” Brown Community Involvement Award. David Adams, chairman of the VHCA board of directors presents the award to Ann Rice, RN, manager of Seasons at The Woodview.
Halifax Regional Health System’s long term care affiliates, The Woodview and Seasons at The Woodview have each received 2010 D.A. “Woody” Brown Community Involvement awards.

Trick or treat in Halifax

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Bring your little ghosts and goblins to the Town of Halifax Treat Trail for lots of Tricks and Treats on Saturday, October 30 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Costume/coloring contests for ages 0-12, Trunk-or-Treat at Beth Car Baptist Church, spooky games and enter the Tent of Terror at the Halifax Fire Department. Look for the lighted jack-o-lanterns at local and participating businesses. Standing, back row: Donna Brauda, Rebecca Rodgers, Convergence Art Guild, David Martin, Halifax Chief of Police, Denise Barksdale, Town of Halifax, Stewart Comer, Halifax Police Department, Sam Thompson, Cozy Cottage, Lanier Moore, Garlands Jewelry, Dorothy Davis, K&D Flooring, Carrie Pate, Benchmark Community Bank, Teresa Davis and Marsha Hite, Hite Insurance. Kneeling: Nellie Zamora, Convergence Art Guild, Steven Schopen, Molasses Grill, Betsye Throckmorton, The Packhouse, Tommy Reagan, Halifax Town Council, Bill Granger, Triangle Florist. Not in picture Debbie Thompson, Cozy Cottage.

Musician lineup for Grills & Thrills

South Boston News
Musicians scheduled to play Saturday during the Town of Halifax's Grills & Thrills include, from left, first row, Maryanne and Alex Austin. Second row, Nelly Z. Jones, Jackson Owen-Shine, Dan Shaughnessy-Shine & Saved by Grace. Third row, Randy Savage-DEM, David Martin-DEM, Robbie Owen-Shine, Harvey Throckmorton-Saved by Grace, Daniel Lloyd-Saved by Grace. Not pictured, Joe Pate-DEM, Ricky Gordon-Saved by Grace, Virginia Jenkins and Justin Butterworth-The Squash Blossoms. The schedule for the day is:
10 a.m.-Maryanne & Alex Austin
11 a.m.-Nelly Z. Jones (kids area Halifax Library)
11.30 a.m.-Shine
1 p.m.-Saved by Grace
2 p.m.-David Ellis Martin
3-5 p.m.-Squash Blossoms with 4 p.m. intermission-Nelly Z. Jones

Piecing together a mysterious past

For some sites on the Civil Rights in Education Heritage Trail, the history is all there, well-documented and freshly remembered.

Extension consolidation under way

Southern Virginia’s Cooperative Extension agents were the first to question Virginia Tech dean Dr. Alan Grant face-to-face following his October 7 announcement that Extension will be restructured, consolidating administrative offices to cut costs.

After-school program draws two-thirds of Sinai students

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WORKING ON THEIR READING SKILLS — Sharon Kluge, one of the program coordinators, helps third graders Crystal Moser, Ryan White, Sierra Robinson and Isaiah Goode with their reading skills.
When you walk into Sinai Elementary School at 4 p.m. on a Monday afternoon, you really don’t expect to see many students, just the teachers getting ready to go home after a full day.

Berry Hill’s ghosts stalked for Halloween

Just in time for Halloween, ghostbusters are coming to Berry Hill Estate.

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