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Water symposium on tap today in Clarksville

The Virginia Advisory Committee to the Roanoke River Basin Bi-State Commission will meet 10 a.m. today at the Clarksville Community Center to complete its deliberations on options for allocating the remaining water stored in John H. Kerr Reservoir.

ATV thefts on the rise

Mecklenburg County Sheriff Danny Fox is warning residents that the thefts of all-terrain vehicles is on the rise, with his office responding to at least three calls across the county about missing vehicles in the past week.

Flotilla 09-12 chartered by Coast Guard

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Top, Ken Hobbs, left, and Tom Robson with the Coast Guard Flotilla 09-12, Kerr Lake. Above, Robson, left, and Gene Midgett take to the water with the new Coast Guard Flotilla 09-12 on Kerr Lake. The flotilla received its official charter from the U.S. Coast Guard in late July. Flotilla members, in a non-law enforcement capacity, work to maintain safety on the lake by offering boater education classes and offering assistance on the water.
The long-awaited chartering of Coast Guard Flotilla 09-12, Kerr Lake, was realized in late July when Detachment Lender Gene Midyette was notified of the issuance of a charter to the group by Coast Guard officials. The notification capped a long arduous journey for the local auxiliaries, who had worked relentlessly for several months assuring that the Detachment met Coast Guard standards.

Registration continues for Kerr Lake Symposium

More than 75 have registered to attend the upcoming Kerr Reservoir symposium at the Clarksville Community Center on Aug. 19. The session will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Health Care on the Square celebrates 25 years

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Top, Health Care on the Square held its 25th anniversary celebration Aug. 11 and employees gathered for a photo for the special day. Above, Landon H. “Bumps” Carter presented a gift of $20,000 to Health Care on the Square during its 25th anniversary celebration. This generous contribution will greatly benefit the Health Center so it can continue to serve the health care needs to the Mecklenburg County community. Health Care on the Square serves people of all ages — from infant to geriatric, people who have private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or even no insurance. The center is not a free clinic and patients are seen by appointment only. Its mission is to provide affordable, compassionate, and excellent health care in a safe, professional and ethical manner.

Mecklenburg County dangles park for $2 million

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The Mecklenburg County Industrial Development Authority agreed Friday to sell the Boydton industrial park to an unnamed buyer for $2 million, an indication the county may be closing in on a major data center project believed to involve computer-industry giant Microsoft.

Fund-raiser for The Complex brings community together for a hoedown

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Country Hoedown and Auction , a fund-raiser for the Clarksville Enrichment Complex, will be held Saturday, Aug. 21 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The Mecklenburg County Community Services Corporation (MCCSC) will be holding their fifth annual charity “Auction Night” on Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. with a good-old “Country Hoedown” as its theme to bring the Clarksville area community together for a night of fun, and at the same time to support its new Clarksville Enrichment Complex.

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