The Woodland Garden Club recently held its December meeting with Mary Jane Fink, club president, presiding.
The Nu Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Sorority held its annual awards program Saturday, Dec. 13, at Baskerville Office in Henderson.
Students from the Kerr-Vance Academy student government make crafts with residents at Senior Citizens Home in Henderson during a recent visit.
The N.C. Association of Black High School Alumni recently presented a gift to the Vance-Granville Community College Endowment Fund to help students obtaining a high school equivalency diploma.
Johnny Tilley (front) gives a $360 donation to heart transplant recipient Harry Matthews. Matthews is joined by his son, Kevin Matthews, a member of the Carolina Flossin Truck Club.
During visits with relatives and friends, remember your child needs the same attention at the relative’s home as they receive at your home and sometimes more.
Special Olympics Vance County will hold its third annual Polar Plunge Fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Satterwhite Point Glasshouse at Kerr Lake.
John Tilley (left) and Pearson Jones (right), president and vice president of the Red Line Cruisers Car Club, respectively, present a $1,000 check and trophy of appreciation to Angela Williams for the Central Children’s Home of North Carolina in Oxford.
Registration has closed for Toys for Tots, sponsored by Remnant Community Development Corporation.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2417 recently announced the winners of its annual Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy essay contests. The themes of this year’s contests were “Why Veterans are Important to our Nation’s History and Future” and “Why I Appreciate America’s Veterans,” respectively.
The Daisette Youth Garden Club took part in two activities Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day.