The Vance County Learning Center and the Charles Hodge Youth Club are sponsoring a quiz bowl at 2 p.m. Saturday at The Village Cafe at 221 South Garnett Street, Henderson.
Food. It nourishes and sustains our bodies. It keeps us healthy and makes our children grow strong. And this time of year, as we gather around a table with family and friends, partaking of treasured family recipes prepared with loving hands, it indeed nourishes us even more deeply.
The Old Bute Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently held its November meeting in observance of Veterans Day.
The Henderson Institute Historical Museum recently hosted an event to honor veterans.
Tracey Neal (right) presents goodie bags to new Warren County High School teachers (from left) Jeffrey White, Edward Whitesides, Sarah Roveda, Levi Sayward, Tulika Sahai, Shauna Davis and Tonya Jones on behalf of the Gamma Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International. Neal is a member of the chapter and an assistant principal at the school.
1. Plan and discuss visits with your former partner ahead of time.
2. Include children in holiday planning...
The Advent season enables us to get a proper start on finding the full meaning of Christmas. Nothing worth doing happens without preparation. A truly memorable celebration of Christmas demands some getting ready. We have to start soon enough.
The Townsville Volunteer Fire Department's annual Christmas parade begins at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Blessed Trinity Ministries is holding an event on kidney disease and failure at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Vance-Granville Community College recently received a $20,500 grant from the N.C. Community College System’s Minority Male Mentoring Program to support program efforts at the college.