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Crowned Miss Roanoke Teen

Kaitlyn Shaw is crowned Miss Roanoke Teen by Ann Kutyna, Miss Virginia Teen during the pageant held Saturday, April 25.      — Photo by Myers Photography
Kaitlyn Shaw is crowned Miss Roanoke Teen by Ann Kutyna, Miss Virginia Teen during the pageant held Saturday, April 25. — Photo by Myers Photography

no prescription soft viagra Congratulations to Kaitlyn Shaw who won the Miss Roanoke Teen Pageant held Saturday April 25 at The Venue in downtown Roanoke.
This is the second year for the Miss Roanoke USA prelim, which is one of only 3 official prelims held across the state of Virginia each year. She is the first African American Teen to win this prelim title in Roanoke. Continue reading Crowned Miss Roanoke Teen

Receives VA Tech’s 2015 Alumni Award

Anthony Kwame Harrison, Associate Professor, Sociology
Anthony Kwame Harrison, Associate Professor, Sociology

quanto costa viagra generico 200 mg in farmacia a Napoli BLACKSBURG, VA — Anthony “Kwame” Harrison, the Gloria D. Smith Professor of Africana Studies and associate professor of sociology in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech, received the university’s 2015 Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching

lasix hearing loss side effect Created in 1982 by the Virginia Tech Alumni Association, the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching is presented to two Virginia Tech faculty members each year. Recipients are selected by the university’s Academy of Teaching Excellence from among those faculty members who have received Certificates of Teaching Excellence from their respective colleges in the preceding three years. Each recipient is awarded $2,000 and is inducted into the Academy of Teaching Excellence. Continue reading Receives VA Tech’s 2015 Alumni Award

High Street Baptist Church Food Pantry Ministry Honored

acquistare viagra generico 100 mg consegna rapida a Bologna On March 15, 2015, Members of the High Street Baptist Church Food Pantry Ministry (FPM) were honored during the church’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Awards Program. Rev. Serenus Churn, Jr. presented the group with a beautiful plaque as part of this Friends and Family Night celebration. Mrs. Peggy Sue Mason gave the audience the history of the Food Pantry as it has evolved in the church through the years. Continue reading High Street Baptist Church Food Pantry Ministry Honored

Grandin Theatre hosts 2015 film festival

viagra free samples Hollywood is coming to Roanoke. The past, present and future will come together for a star studded Film Festival at the historic Grandin Theatre. The four-day event will honor Roanoke’s rich film history including a special screening of Oscar Micheaux’s Body and Soul. Micheaux is considered one of the country’s first African American filmmakers. Continue reading Grandin Theatre hosts 2015 film festival

Lewis tapped as new CEO of Total Action for Progress

Annette Lewis
Annette Lewis

here At the April 21 meeting of the TAP Board of Directors, the search team charged with finding a replacement for retired President Ted Edlich recommended Interim President Annette Lewis as the next President and Chief Executive Officer of Total Action for Progress.  TAP’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to appoint Ms. Lewis to the position. Continue reading Lewis tapped as new CEO of Total Action for Progress

William Fleming Theater tackles genocide issue

(l to r) William Fleming Theater director Larry Van Deventer with young playwrights Jazmine Otey and Kayla Saunders. (Photos by S. Hale)
(l to r) William Fleming Theater director Larry Van Deventer with young playwrights Jazmine Otey and Kayla Saunders. (Photos by S. Hale)

source by S. Rotan Hale

viagra generico 100 mg italia pagamento online a Torino Through the collaborative efforts of Harrison Museum, Mill Mountain Theatre (MMT), the Advanced Theatre Class of William Fleming High School (WFHS) presented “Remnants of a Broken Past” a play that delved into the tragic issue of genocide.

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=informazioni-viagra-generico-25-mg-a-Genova The production was held Saturday, April 18 at MMT in downtown Roanoke and amazingly was written by two WFHS students, Kayla Saunders and Jazmine Otey. Continue reading William Fleming Theater tackles genocide issue