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Quacky away

South Boston News
Quacky is held back from joining his brethren in the Dan River by cruise sponsors Jennifer Ellington of Ellington Designs & Promotionals and Ryan Garrett of Edward D. Jones Investments For Mother's Day, give your mom a quack at winning a five-day cruise to the Bahamas, one of the many prizes available during the upcoming Ducks on the Dan. To adopt a duck in the third annual Ducks on the Dan Derby Duck Race to be held in South Boston on Saturday, June 12, you can adopt online at http://www.ducksonthedan.com, call the Quackline at 1-877-80QUACK (78225) or 434-575-6246, come to 432 Main Street in Town Hall (look for the adopt-a-duck banner and flags), or look for adoption paper locations throughout South Boston. Buy your mom a duck - For the past two duck races, there have been some very excited winning mothers!

South Boston seeks funding for Landfill to Energy Project

South Boston Town Council is seeking a $131,085 grant from the Virginia Tobacco Commission to support the town’s Landfill to Gas Energy Project.

Council committees to meet

The Current Issues and Finance Committees of South Boston Town Council will hold their regular monthly meetings this afternoon in Council Chambers on Yancey Street beginning at 5:45 p.m.

Duck season opens in South Boston

South Boston News
Quacky has adoption papers ready for the upcoming Ducks on the Dan duck race.
The Dan River in Downtown South Boston will be awash with 5,000 yellow rubber ducks. The numbered ducks will be launched into the river and will waddle toward the finish line while their adoptive parents cheer them on, hoping their duck will win a prize.

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