Photos by Copper Rain
Stephanie Brown, Caregiver Specialist of Vance County opened the Thursday evening Candlelight Reflections program at Vance County Senior Center on November 8 to honor the memory of those who have died of Alzheimer’s and the families who are currently caring for Alzheimer’s and disabled patients.
Awards being distributed at Monday’s Vance County Board of Education meeting During the fast paced Vance County Board of Education meeting Monday evening at the Administrative Services Center, Occupational Course of Study presentations were made.
The Henderson-Vance Human Relations Commission, chaired by Janice Jeffreys, and the Vance County NAACP, led by Terry Garrison, president, held a public meeting Thursday evening in the City Council Chamber.
Henderson City Council met for a special Public Hearing yesterday at 7:00 p.m. at the City Municipal Building.
Problem house on Young Avenue During the guest presentations and public comments portion of Monday night’s Henderson City Council meeting, resident and local business owner Sara Coffey asked what steps could be taken to do a clean up of a foreclosed house in her neighborhood.
The Konnection Band at The First Annual Shag Fest held at the Oxford Bar and Grill last Thursday Here are some pictures of the First Annual Shag Fest attended by our own Copper Rain last Thursday in Oxford.
Two awards were presented at the Vance County Board of Education meeting Monday evening.
Southern Vance Raiders being honored at Board of Education meeting There was standing room only at the Vance County Board of Education meeting Monday evening with parents, teachers, school officials and children.
Producer Robert Wagner from New Bern, director Grainger Hines from Los Angeles, and camera operator Bill Hand conducted Saturday’s auditions at the Jameson Inn for a TV situation comedy entitled “Customer’s Always Right.”
Yesterday at 8:30 the Land Planning Committee met to discuss six topics; the Armory, the Rose Avenue Library, other city properties, the Land Use Plan, storm water management and storm water containment.
On Saturday, November 11, Col. Archie B. Taylor spoke at Henderson’s Veteran’s Triangle to an assembled audience regarding the theme “Honoring those who served”. The text of his speech is given below:
Payne at book signing Born in Henderson, North Carolina in 1955, David Payne spent his early school years attending E. M. Rollins Elementary and the 8th grade at Pinkston Street.
Here are some pics by our own Copper Rain of the festivities this weekend during the annual Show, Shine, Shag, & Dine car event sponsored by Vance County Tourism under the able direction of Nancy Wilson.
Claire Ramsey and partipants in Saturday’s Literacy Workshop The first of three literacy workshops, sponsored by Every Child Ready to Read and H. Leslie Perry Memorial Library, was held Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
EXPO Collage Click to enlarge image The 17th Annual Business Exposition, EXPO 2006, held on Tuesday, October 10, drew approximately 1,200 residents to the Vance-Granville Community College Civic Center from 1:00 to 7:00 p.m.
E.O. Young Assistant Principal Cheryl Coplin with award At the Vance County Board of Education meeting held at the Administrative Services Center Monday at 7 p.m., the Attendance Award for the first school month went to E.O. Young Elementary School, with an average of 98.58%.
Deryl von Williams at Zoning Board of Adjustment The Henderson Board of Adjustments met Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in the City Council chambers to hear Deryl von Williams support her request for approval of the Vance County Learning Center to operate in downtown Henderson at 115 S. Garnett Street.
Professor David Owens speaking on zoning Friday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., Professor David Owens of the North Carolina Institute of Government spoke on the subject of zoning before citizens of Henderson.
Lt. Ray Goodwin, Bob Poisella, Starr Barbaro, and Angela Feingold The North Carolina Community Watch Association met in Vance County on Saturday, September 16 at the Kenneth K. Robinson Police Training Center on Oxford Road.