Val Short (second from right) of the Henderson Business and Professional Women’s Club was recognized as the 2014 Career Woman of the Year for the N.C. Business and Professional Women’s Federation at a recent statewide BPW conference.
The Warren County Free Clinic is holding its first talent show fundraiser at 6 p.m. Saturday.
The Henderson Junior Women’s Club recently attended the District 5 Arts Festival, where the club received a silver medal for its community service accomplishments.
The Cosmopolitan Book Club will meet at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Thornton Library in Oxford.
The N.C. Cooperative Extension and the Franklin County Farm Bureau Board of Directors are sponsoring an estate planning conference for farmers and livestock producers at the Franklin County Cooperative Extension Center on March 19.
Due to the number of days Vance County high schools have had to close because of inclement weather, the six-week grading period at Northern, Southern and Western Vance high schools will not end until Tuesday.
The application period has begun for the Vance County Early College High School for the 2014-2015 school year.
Vance-Granville Community College students who are preparing for allied health careers now have one more option to help them pay for their education.
Lawrence Floyd, Lorelei Winckler and Mamie Turner (from left) of Goodwill Baxter Sr. Chapter No. 562 deliver 50 gift sets containing various toiletry items to the Lifeline Outreach Inc. shelter. The chapter collected the items, packaged them and decorated the packages with hearts in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
The Henderson Optimist Club recently received the Shining Moment in Education Award for 2013-2014 at the Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet.
Dr. Terry O’Banion (right) is greeted by Dr. Stelfanie Williams during his recent visit to Vance-Granville Community College.