Ten high school students representing three Warren County high schools recently took part in the 2014 Alpha Leadership Development and Citizenship Education Institute at N.C. A&T University in Greensboro.
Today I write from my heart; I am saddened by the troubles that appear to plague the land — murder, suicide, families at crisis, poverty, hopelessness and despair. I am then reminded and comforted in knowing many of the events we have witnessed have to come to pass in order to fulfill the scriptures.
Officials from Vance-Granville Community College were guests at a recent meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Henderson, where club members were celebrating the completion of a scholarship endowed at the college in memory of longtime club member Robert J. Turner.
The Woodland Garden Club met Sept. 9 at Ribeye’s in Henderson for its 2014-2015 organizational meeting.
Members of the Clark Street Boys & Girls Club visited the Ruth Hughes and Brodie Community Garden on Sept. 5 to learn about growing flowers and vegetables, beekeeping and the age-old question: Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
The annual Firemen’s Day Parade and supper held by the Creedmoor Volunteer Fire Department will begin at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 11 on Main Street in Creedmoor.
Cliff Parker of Aqua Virginia and Colton Janes of Aqua North Carolina will be the featured speakers at the Oct. 1 meeting of the Lake Gaston Association.
At the September meeting of the Sorosis Club, Peggy Powers presented a program on Anita Diamant’s book “The Red Tent,” a novel based on the biblical story of Dinah.
The eighth annual North Carolina Hot Sauce Contest, held Sept. 13 in downtown Oxford, again featured the culinary arts department from Vance-Granville Community College.
The September meeting of the Sans Souci Literary Club was held in the home of Mary Jo Wilson.