Duke Energy Foundation has awarded Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start $1200 for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program.
I submitted this article for editing on what would have been my parents’ 54th wedding anniversary, had Dad not moved to heaven last August. Mom said that morning this is the first anniversary they had ever been apart. So you see, the significance of relationship was instilled in me from the very beginning of my life.
For many years now the United Methodist Women of Plank Chapel in Kittrell have supported the teachers and students at Zeb Vance Elementary School as one of their community missions.
Come celebrate the 239th birthday of our country this Saturday at the Oxford Farmers Market. With all the fresh vegetables, beef products, eggs, jams, jellies, honey, baked goods, crafts and plants, we are truly your one-stop shopping center. Everything we sell is either homegrown or homemade by our vendors. Since our items come straight from the farm to the table, you know exactly where everything comes from, and there are no harmful preservatives placed on these veggies. Market hours are every Saturday and Wednesday from 7 a.m. until noon.
The Aycock High School Class of 1955 recently held a 60th anniversary reunion at the home of Ed and Betty Blue on Weldon’s Mill Road in Henderson.
Students from Warren County High School were among those in attendance at an open house held by the carpentry program at Vance-Granville Community College in May. Warren County High School career and technical education teachers Michael Perry and Jonte Hawkins accompanied the group of students.
Demarius Hargrove has just graduated from Southern Vance High School, and he will readily admit that three years ago he was traveling down a very different path.
The Daisy Garden Club held its June 22 meeting in the home of Naomi Dixon, with her and her daughter, Sandra Dixon, serving as hostesses.
Members of the Vance County unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central N.C. recently went to see the movie “Paddington” at Marketplace Cinema in Henderson.
Members of the Vance County Visually Impaired Persons (VIP) Support Group attended the groups annual camp May 31 to June 6 in Sherrills Ford.
Kendal Almand gave a senior recital at 7 p.m. June 11 in the music room at First United Methodist Church.