J. Henry Banks, district court judge for the 9th Judicial District, administered the Guardian ad Litem oath to two new volunteer advocates Nov. 19.
The Franklin County Cooperative Extension Center is partnering with the University of Mount Olive’s Lois G. Britt Agribusiness Center to conduct a farm transition conference Dec. 11 for area farmers and landowners.
Gamma Chi members from the Beginning Teacher Support Committee, including (from left) Mary Austell, Ann Kilian, Mary Brodie Raiford, Nancy Tunstall and Jeffrey Evans, met Monday, Nov. 17, at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Parish House in Warrenton to assemble goodie bags to welcome the new teachers of Warren County.
Kittrell Job Corps Student Government Association treasurer Dusten Waldbauer (standing) serves Camden Humphries of the U.S. Marine Corps during a Veterans Appreciation Dinner on Nov. 17 at Golden Corral Restaurant in Henderson.
Stay calm when your toddler seems out of control. Toddlers need reassurance from adults as they experience intense emotions.
Granville Little Theatre has announced upcoming performances of “'Twas the Night Before Christmas,” directed by Marcy Keim.
Rock Bridge Cemetery Preservation held a public meeting Nov. 6 in the Farm Bureau Room at Perry Memorial Library to update the public about work and improvements at the cemetery.
The Vanguard Café in Oxford, where Vance-Granville Community College culinary arts students prepare and serve lunch for the public, will offer a la carte lunch service to members of the community from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on scheduled Thursdays during the spring 2015 semester.
The November meeting of the Sans Souci Literary Club was held in the home of Sadie Callahan. Eighteen members were present and were served a dessert course with coffee before the meeting began.
Granville County Habitat for Humanity will soon start construction on a new affordable home in Oxford, in partnership with the carpentry program at Vance-Granville Community College. Officials from VGCC joined Habitat volunteers and community leaders at a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 21 at 305 Linden Ave., the site that one day will house a local family.
The Vance County Senior Center is planning a Christmas trip and one to Pigeon Forge.