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Andrew Haley Memorial / SML Lions Junior Golf Tournament is June 25-26

Written by Jamey Singleton. Posted in News

lionlogo 2cMonday, June 25, Mariners Landing Golf and Country Club
Tuesday, June 26, The Waterfront Country Club
 
All amateur junior golfers are welcome.
 
All players participate both days with 18 holes each day on two very different courses that offer plenty of interesting challenges.
 
Registration: haleylionsjrgolf.com
Cost: $80 covers both days as well a one practice round at each course the week prior to the tournament and lunch each day of the tournament.
Deadline to register: June 21
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Blue Ridge Herb Lore Gathering on July 20-22 offers Unique Experience focused on Healing and History

Written by Jamey Singleton. Posted in News

blue ridge herb lore gathering imageFerrum - The Blue Ridge Herb Lore Gathering at Ferrum College on July 20-22, 2018 will offer a unique herbal experience focused on healing and history. Herbalists whose expertise draws from Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Wise Woman Tradition, and Rastafarian beliefs, will share their knowledge about how to naturally nourish the body and mind. Those attending the gathering may choose from six classes, including making salves and tinctures, experience onsite acupuncture, shop with vendors supporting all classes, enjoy catered vegan food by Potted Plants of Blacksburg, and take a herbal identification walk, all after starting their day with morning yoga. In addition, there will be a pre-conference excursion to Spikenard Honeybee Sanctuary in Floyd County on Friday, July 20. Registration is $95. For more information or to sign up, visit http://www.ferrum.edu/blueridgeinstitute/events/blue-ridge-herb-lore-gathering/. For questions, please contact the Blue Ridge Institute and Museum at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or (540) 365-4412.

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Sheriff's Office Warns of Publisher's Clearing House Scam

Written by Jamey Singleton. Posted in News

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The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a phone scam where the scammer calls and pretends to be from Publisher's Clearing House. The caller says you have won millions of dollars and asks you to purchase redeemable cards as high as $1,500. A number is given to call to redeem the cards. The operation is a scam. Just hang up.