April: writer T.S. Eliot called it “the cruelest month” in his epic poem “The Waste Land”, but the month has it’s compensations. There are daffodils, spring fashions, Earth Day, and, for residents of Halifax County and surrounding environs, the perfect spring musical from Halifax County Little Theater. Past seasons have served up such delightful crowd pleasers as “Beehive” and “Smoky […]
Red Bank News for April 29, 2010
Rev. Sidney Rodriquez, interim pastor for Union Christian Church, delivered the Sunday sermon; Barbara Carnevale was organist; Lesley Cole and Amber Tuck were acolytes; Lottie Nunn was greeter; altar flowers were given by Clay and Gayle Averette. Our sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Pearl Rice Yancey and Andrew Smith. Fannie Mae Tuck attended a birthday party […]
Plain and Simple for April 29, 2010
I went to a meeting this past Saturday in Richmond during which the leaders of the Virginia Methodist Conference discussed the new emphasis on “All Things New.” The idea is that we want to take a fresh look at how we are doing things and better position ourselves to serve the people of Virginia.
Minutes of Tobacco Commission Executive Committee’s discussion of uranium mining socioeconomic study
On April 15, members of the Executive Committee of the Virginia Tobacco Commission approved $200,000 for a study of the socioeconomic impacts of uranium mining.
Crystal Lee Moore, Justin Blake Brown to wed
Larry and Cindy Wilborne of Scottsburg and Barry and Jennifer Moore of Nathalie are proud to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Crystal Lee Moore, to Justin Blake Brown, son of Jimmy and Janice Brown of Hurt. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Nancy Owen and the late Gene Owen of Scottsburg, Forest Moore and the late Corrie Moore […]