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Chase City writer singled out in anthology

South Boston News
The 2010 Sweetbay Review anthology is now available at Amazon.com. An annual literary publication of the Writers Studio group in Halifax, it features authors from across the country with a connection to Virginia. (Sweetbay is a Southern name for the magnolia tree.) This is its fifth edition.

Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation give $25,000 to Chase City’s Estes Center

Estes Community Center is nearing its Endowment Fund goal thanks to a $25,000 donation from The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation.

Chase City corrects overdue transfer

Chase City Council on Monday unanimously voted to correct a 60-year-old error, deeding the property from an abandoned alley to the adjacent property owners, Norman Wagstaff and Adam Austell.

Bigger named Chase City Citizen of Year; Lenhart leads parade

The Chase City Chamber of Commerce at its annual awards banquet honored Shirley Bigger as citizen of the year and J.T. Lenhart as grand marshal for the upcoming Christmas parade.

McCallum More holds annual Chili Cookoff

South Boston News
Brian Parks and Trina Champion of Farm Bureau Hillbilly Chili — boasting a secret hillbilly ingredient — accept congratulations from Liz Lowrance and Richie Richards for winning first place in the Southern Virginia Chili Cook Off on Saturday at MacCallum More Gardens in Chase City. Southwestern Blue Ribbon Chili with Bill Hill took second and Team Wilson with Rhonda Wilson, third. Also competing were : Gilly’s Chili – Philip Gilreath; Mom and Company – Maureen Roberts; and Chili Willi – Alexander Watkins Jr.. The Peoples’ Choice award went to Team Wilson. “One More Time” with vocalist Brittany Pasciuta provided the music.(Alta LeCompte photo)

Halloween in Mecklenburg County

South Boston News
There was plenty of sweets available for Halloween as hundreds turned out for Trick or Treating in Chase City and Clarksville. (Alta LeCompte photo)

Chase City holds annual Jubilee

South Boston News
Large crowds were on hand Sunday for the annual Chase City Autumn Jubilee and Parade. This year's jubilee was held in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the South Central Fair. The event featured the parade, along with numerous activities for both the young and old. (Alta LeCompte photo)

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