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Camp S.W.A.G. 2014 at Macedonia Baptist Church in Heathsville

Posted on August 22, 2014 at 12:57 pm

Camp S.W.A.G. 2014 Press Release   August 11 – 15 was another busy week at Macedonia Baptist Church in Heathsville. Twenty-seven young men from around the Northern Neck were busy learning new things at Camp S.W.A.G. (Success While Achieving Godliness). The camp directors Rev. Kevin Elmore and Mr. Bill Hines involved the young men in exciting hands on learning activities, group discussions and much more. The goal of the camp

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  • Lots to see in Lottsburg with Virginia Ag Expo

    Posted on August 13, 2014 at 8:59 am

    The tractors and other farming machinery from all over the state were displayed at  the Virginia Ag Expo held in Lottsburg on Thursday.

    There had to be five acres covered with parked trucks and cars at Fred Downing’s Bleak House Farm Thursday as farmers and those interested in farming came to the annual agricultural exposition put on by the Virginia Grain Producers Association along with the Virginia Soybean Association and the Virginia Agricultural Extension Service. The annual event shows off the newest methods in crop production and the newest equipment for doing it.

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  • Seventh Annual Girls Empowerment Camp, Macedonia Baptist Church

    Posted on August 7, 2014 at 1:13 pm

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    On July 31st thirty seven very excited and bright young girls from the Northern Neck and ten equally excited chaperones boarded a charter bus and traveled to New York City. This trip was the highlight of the two week 7th Annual Girls Empowerment Camp held at Macedonia Baptist Church in Heathsville where the Rev. Kenneth Rioland, Jr. is pastor. Empowering our young girls, helping them to believe in themselves and

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  • Warsaw chiropractor and Northumberland educator adjusts to his new clinic

    Posted on July 12, 2014 at 2:55 pm

    Dr. Mathieu Sisk, whose chiropractic influence is B.J. Palmer (in frame).

    It all started with a love for the game of rugby. Inside his newly opened, spacious chiropractic center on Warsaw’s Main Street, Dr. Mathieu W. Sisk, D.C. walked into a room filled with memories of experiences, triumphs and inspirations. Lined atop a row of white cabinets in the room were two rugby game balls next to a collection of buoys from Sisk’s travels; they were adorned with the signatures of

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  • Missoula Children’s Theatre at Westmoreland Players Theater near Callao

    Posted on July 2, 2014 at 12:09 pm

    Children perform onstage as part of Missoula Children’s Theater.

    Pirates, mermaids, sailors, beach bums, sea creatures, crabs, crocodiles and parrots took over the stage at The Westmoreland Players Theater on Saturday.  Under the leadership of two Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) representatives, 51 children ages 5 to 18 years old put on two performances of “Blackbeard the Pirate” for friends and family.  From try-outs on Monday until showtime, the young actors and actresses had one week to practice for the

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  • Heathsville Farmers Market alive with color

    Posted on June 26, 2014 at 11:10 am

    Garner’s Produce from Westmoreland County showcase fresh vegetables from their latest harvest

    The Heathsville Farmers Market had more vendors Saturday than it has ever had. More than 45 attended. Although threatening clouds and competition from Tappahannock’s Riverfest may have cut down on the crowds at the market, numerous people wandered around the market looking at the vendors’ wares and visiting Rice Hotel/Hughlett Tavern’s four guilds ‑ blacksmiths, woodworkers, quilters and spinners and weavers. They also watched several artists who were set up

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  • A musical ending to elementary adventures

    Posted on June 5, 2014 at 11:15 am

    Fifth graders perform selections with their recorders as students do the Limbo.

    At first thought, a ceremony for fifth grade students who have passed into the sixth grade may seem silly. In Northumberland County, at least, it makes sense. The students have completed their studies at the elementary school and will be moving on to a completely new campus next fall. On Thursday, the 102 students moving up were recognized in a program at the middle/high school auditorium. Music teacher Stephanie Phillips

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