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Halifax Regional food drive nets food, funds for Soup Kitchen

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Halifax Regional Hospital’s annual Sodexo Servathon brought in nearly 600 pounds of food and over $1500, which was donated to the volunteers of United Missionary Soup Kitchen. Pictured from left to right are United Missionary volunteers May Pruitt, Marcy Hames, Vernell Oakes, Pastor Jean Harris and Halifax Regional Hospital’s Chef Manager Carlos DeJesus.
Halifax Regional Hospital’s seventh annual Sodexo Servathon netted nearly 600 pounds of non-perishable food items and over $1,500 in cash for United Missionary, South Boston’s soup kitchen.

Contenders jockey for position with June 8 primary coming up

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TAKING CENTER STAGE — The seven hopefuls for the Republican nomination to face Fifth District Congressman Tom Perriello in the fall gathered for a candidates forum Saturday in Chase City. At left, forum moderator Joe Thomas of WCHV radio in Charlottesville speaks to the audience at the Robert E. Lee Center. The GOP primary will be held June 8. (Alta LeCompte photo)
Addressing questions at a candidates forum Saturday in Chase City, seven hopefuls for the Fifth District Republican congressional nomination rolled out a series of answers that illustrated how they would apply conservative principles if elected to the seat held by Democratic incumbent Tom Perriello.

Halifax SWCD hosts annual youth conservation camp

South Boston News
The Halifax Soil and Water Conservation District hosted their Annual Youth Conservation Camp at Staunton River State Park on Thursday, May 13. Approximately 120 seventh-graders attended the camp and enjoyed learning about natural resources.

HCHS Envirothon team places third overall in state competition

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HCHS Envirothon team members are, from left, Shereen Massimi, Graham Bryant, Elizabeth Leggett, Tony Landrum, Travis Collier, Sid Patel and Rebekah Slabach.
The Halifax County High School Envirothon team placed first in forestry and second in soils in the state meet.

SBPD to participate in Click it or Ticket campaign

South Boston Police Department will join the “Click It or Ticket 2010” campaign effort along with the Virginia Highway Safety Office, the National Highway Safety Office, local law enforcement agencies, and the Virginia State Police partners to Reduce Crash Related Deaths and Serious Injuries

Clover woman’s story to become HBO film movie

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Oprah Winfrey will team up with a veteran television producer to make an HBO movie based on “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” the best-selling book on the life of a Clover woman whose cells changed the course of modern medicine.

Henrietta Lacks headstone planned

Descendants of Henrietta Lacks announced plans Sunday to dedicate a headstone at her unmarked grave in a ceremony slated to take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 29, at St. Matthews Baptist Church in Clover.

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