“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” - Babe Ruth
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Business Bytes….Fenders now open on Riverside in old Rax’s location…..Lula’s Kitchen open on Westover near Gas House…..ru
mor of new “super” Sheetz coming to Danville…..Dan River Grand Prix opening in old Value City space…..Kick Back Jacks opens to good reviews…..Cracker Barrel snooping around in Danville again?.....West Main Shopping Center (old Krogers) undergoing renovation, new tenant?.....re
building of burned out stores at Ballou Center starting …..se
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The Diamond Fever Fastpitch Softball 14U Team won Silver in the NSA VA Commonwealth Games held July 17-18, in Salem, VA. Pictured, front: Asst Coach - Randy Yarbrough, Head Coach - Russell Eckard, Asst Coach - Brian Meadows. Standing: Courtney Smithers, Megan Puckett, Holly Eckard, Kimmie Meadows, Peyton Myers, Miyana Ross, Jamie Woods, Bekah Burner, Kelsey Meadows, and Courtney Yarbrough. Not pictured: Alyssa Horton.
2010 Pittsylvania County Outlaws Kneeling L to R: Manager Greg Thomas, Asst. Coach Hank Meadows,
Asst. Coach Brian Dodson, Asst. Coach Brett Phelps
Standing L to R: Zach Harris, Patrick Turner, Drew Meadows, Rand Gibson, Hunter Dodson, Tanner Boles, Dalton Pruitt, Cody Phelps, Jonathan Thomas, Drew Lancaster, Alex Clark, Hunter Goad, (not pictured) Dylan Wray
TWIN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY RETIREE’S 2009-2010
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN! Emma Austin, Toni Gammon, Joan Johnson, Pat Snead, Wandra Brooks, Vic Hardy Carol Robertson, Jenny Ashworth Patti Jo Reynolds, Brenda Eastwood Beth Smith, Patsy Yeatts
F O R
2007 150cc MotoFino. Just serviced, some minor body damage. Great running condition. $750.00 firm 434-709-9386
S A L E
The Pittsylvania County Outlaws 13u baseball team took first place at the Freedom Classic Nations Tournament held on July 3 and 4 in Eden, NC. After a slow start on Saturday, losing the first ball game, the Outlaws went unbeaten for the rest of the Tournament. The Outlaws made it to the championship game to face the Carolina Knights, from Pleasant Grove, NC. The Knights had beaten the Outlaws in their first two meetings including the opening game for the Freedom Classic. This time the Outlaws were able to pull off the win for the championship beating the Knights 13-2 and finishing 3-1 for the weekend. The Outlaws started their season with a trip to Myrtle Beach, SC on May 22
and 23 to play at the Ripken Experience. They finished a respectful fourth place going 1-2 among eight teams that came from NC, SC, GA, TN, and VA. All of the ball fields at this complex were modeled after historic ball parks yet they were built to current Major League Specifications. This was an experience the Outlaws will not soon forget. The next tournament the Outlaws participated in was the USSSA 13u Open State tournament that was held in Covington, VA on May 29 and 30. They were able to put together a 5-1 record and finish in third place out of 16 teams. Thomasville, NC was the next stop for the Outlaws for the Pig City Open Nations
Tournament. After a couple of severe storms and a change of ball fields to Lexington, NC on Saturday the Outlaws were able to overcome numerous obstacles and finished with a 2-2 record and recording another fourth place finish. The Pittsylvania County Outlaws would not be able to travel and compete if it
were not for the support that they receive from their sponsors. We would like to take this opportunity to thank J&J Truck Sales, Sellers Insurance, Calloway Construction, R.G. Jones, Jr. and Son Excavating, The Sign Center, The Trophy Center, Heath Landscaping, Fire Safe, Haymes Brothers Construction, and The Daly Seven Inc. While the parents are responsible for the travel expenses the support from our sponsors has provided the Outlaws a chance to compete in many different locations giving the young men a chance to compete against some extraordinary talent.
Paint the Herd Night at Chick-fi l-A this past Tuesday night.. Fun times as always!!
Congratulations! Devin Lee Dodd born June 7th
Parents Emily Fitzgerald & Ronnie Dodd II Grandparents Ronnie & Darlene Dodd and Richard Davis, Patsy & Preston Clark
Cedric Daniel Coleman born June 9th Parents Heather & Jeremy Coleman
Grandparents Mike & Dianne Guill and Joseph Coleman & Karen Mills
Kinzlee Jade Ferguson born June 14th Parents April & Jimmy Ferguson
Diamond Fever 18U Wins VA Commonwealth Games Front Row left to right:
Amber Sulter (Westover Christian Academy), Courtney Burner (GWHS/Ferrum College), Rhyan Scearce (Dan River HS), Morgan Jones (Tunstall HS), Kelsey White (Halifax HS) Second Row left to right: Nina Compton (Gretna HS/Virginia Tech), Stephanie Clark (Halifax HS),
Taylor Nunn (North Greenville University), Tessa Law (Bassett HS/Radford), Nichole Mills (Gretna HS)
Grandparents Jim & Fay Ferguson and Billy & Judy DeMancus
Addison Dalton born June 29th Parents Lindsay & Carlton Dalton
Grandparents Barry & Patricia Dalton and Wilbert & Darlene Newman
Cydney Margert Smith born July 6th Parents Selena & Daniel Smith
Grandparents Kimberly Walker and Mike & Cynthia Bell
SUMMER OF FUN CRUISE IN and a Concert by ALL IS FORGIVEN
Open to all classic, custom, or show vehicles!
Where: Dickey’s parking lot, 58 West, Danville When: Friday evening, July 16th Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Please maintain a family friendly atmosphere. Refrain from profanity.
Alcohol and drugs strictly prohibited. No loud music, please. Proper clothing expected.
Come out and join other car enthusiasts in showing off your vehicle in our parking lot that
faces Hwy. 58. Relax and enjoy the evening. Have dinner and visit with old friends, or make new
ones. Enjoy a 10% discount off a meal when you sign in at the event.
THERE WILL BE A 50/50 DRAWING TO BENEFIT THE MDA.
For more information call 434.685.3446 and ask for Terry
Safety is mandatory. No burn outs or displays of power or speed.
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