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Thanks for the support

SoVaNow.com / May 28, 2009
Dear Viewpoint:

The Halifax/South Boston Regional Library System would like to publicly thank the people, organizations and businesses who have so generously shown their support for the Summer Reading Program 2009: Dr. and Mrs. W. Allen Fuller, Jr., Bistro 1888, McDannald Construction, Pulmonary Associates of Southside Virginia, Heritage House Home Furnishings, Fincher’s Inc., Turbeville Ruritan, Shoney’s, Delta Kappa Gamma, Advantage Care Inc., American Legion Halifax County Post 8, Womans Club of Halifax County, Joel C. Cunningham, Jr., Boddie-Noell Enterprises (Hardee’s), Satterfield Plumbing, Thompson Insulation Co., Jeffress Funeral Home, Farmer’s Foods, Dr. Michael Haskett, Boston Lumber Company, Thomas Brother Body Shop, The Bug Company South, Bacon Enterprises Inc., Commonwealth Home Health, Rodolfo and Nonna Ebalo, Rotary Club of South Boston and three businesses that did not wish to be acknowledged publicly.

It’s not to late to contribute to the Summer Reading Program 2009 and to the year-round children’s programs at the Halifax and South Boston Public Libraries. Any contribution to the Summer Reading Program 2009 is tax deductible. A receipt will be sent when your contribution is received. You may contact Becky Ball, Children and Youth Services Coordinator, South Boston Library, 575-4228.

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