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Welcoming Santa to La Crosse

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
Youngsters in the La Crosse community waited patiently for Santa Claus to arrive Monday night for the town’s Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. Seth Townsend got straight to the point passing on his Christmas wish list to the jolly elf, while waiting in the wings were more eager children. Christmas carols were performed by the choir from Ephesus Church under the direction of Becky Kidd. (Lisa Clary photo)

Together for Thanksgiving

South Boston News
An estimated 1,150 people from the Clarksville area came together for the Clarksville Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Wednesday, Nov. 24. According to Connie Torres, the event was a great success thanks to the approximately 100 helpers from 15 area churches, Chase City Girls Scout Troop #3238 and the community at large who volunteered. This year, the leftover food — including 11 pans of ham, 10 pans of turkey, gravy, rolls, stuffing and sweet potatoes — was donated to Shepherd’s Inn, a homeless shelter in South Hill. Executive Director Doug Hinman expressed his gratitude and said the foods would provide meals to the hungry for the next few months.

Cuykendall takes over as Clarksville Chamber’s new director

South Boston News
Sheila Cuykendall
The Clarksville Lake Country Chamber of Commerce has a new executive director, Sheila Cuykendall. Cuykendall is a familiar figure at the Chamber, having spent the past two and a half years as the assistant to former Director Linda Williams.

There’s still time to enter Clarksville’s Christmas parade

Kick off the Yule season by attending or participating in Clarksville’s annual Christmas Parade, this Friday, Dec. 2 at 6:30 p.m. Enjoy the floats, bands, and see Santa in his sleigh!

Homemade for the holidays

The Christmas Farmers Market scheduled this Saturday at South Hill’s Market Square will be brimming with vendors on hand for the event.

CEDA making plans for new kinds of fun on the water

Dragon boat race slated for next fall

Service for Elizabeth Cope Conner set for Saturday at St. Pascal; visitation Friday

South Boston News
Elizabeth Conner, 43, of Turbeville
Mrs. Conner, a public-school librarian, is survived by her parents, husband and three young sons

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