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Family-oriented narrated canoe ride planned Aug. 4

Make this the summer Saturday event for your family, Saturday, Aug. 4. 

Workforce Forward forum to feature manufacturing trendsetters panel

The Southern Virginia Higher Education Center will be hosting the Workforce Forward 2012 forum on Sept. 20 at The Prizery in South Boston. The theme of the forum is “Virginia Manufacturing: Back to the Future?” 

Dinner theatre experience coming to Halifax County

Halifax County Little Theatre and Café Peroni are teaming up to create a dinner theatre experience in Halifax County.  

‘The Woodview Boys’ named volunteers of year

Country music band “The Woodview Boys” has received top honors as The Woodview’s volunteers of the year 2012.

‘Godspell’ moves, bonds cast members

The sense of camaraderie and community felt by Jesus and his Disciples in “Godspell” spills over into the personal lives of the male members in the cast.

DPC Pawn & Gun Shop to hold grand opening Friday

DPC Pawn & Gun Shop owner Michael Slaughter invites the public to attend the grand opening sale of its South Boston location Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Musical evening comes to South Boston Public Library

The South Boston Public Library will host classical guitarist Peter Fletcher at 6:30 p.m. July 19.

Changeover: From ‘Cinderella’ to the Red, White and Blue Concert

The Prizery’s marketing committee recently had an unorthodox idea — to show the public what it takes to alter the stage from one production to the next. 

‘Build a Stick Dulcimer’ class takes off at SVHEC

The “Build a Stick Dulcimer” class that took place on June 27-29 at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center was a success. During the three-day course, instructor Clint Johnson taught three students, Henry Stevens, Neal Conner and Kenneth Cope, how to make a stick dulcimer from scratch. 

Halifax Regional workers complete leadership program

Five Halifax Regional Health System employees recently completed Project LEAD, a leadership program designed to identify and foster rising leaders within the organization.