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Conference sheds much needed light on diversity

Jerel Rhodes, guidance counselor at Forest Park school talks about his Renaissance Academy and winning financial support at the recent Big Lick Soup Project (BLSP). Brad Stevens, project representative stands in background.
Jerel Rhodes, guidance counselor at Forest Park school talks about his Renaissance Academy and winning financial support at the recent Big Lick Soup Project (BLSP). Brad Stevens, project representative stands in background.

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Two-day celebration honors LAHS legacy

Groundbreaking: (from left) Lois Bond-Booker, Delois Broady, Charles Day, former LAHS principal; Louise Bond-Cheatham, Roanoke City School Superintendent Dr. Rita Bishop, Gloria Manns, Robert Johnson, principal, Lucy Addison Middle School; Don Shovely and Joseph Hancock at the LAHS Monument Wall groundbreaking ceremony.
Groundbreaking: (from left) Lois Bond-Booker, Delois Broady, Charles Day, former LAHS principal; Louise Bond-Cheatham, Roanoke City School Superintendent Dr. Rita Bishop, Gloria Manns, Robert Johnson, principal, Lucy Addison Middle School; Don Shovely and Joseph Hancock at the LAHS Monument Wall groundbreaking ceremony.

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go to link The Lucy Addison Bulldog spirit was alive and thriving as alumni of the historic high school gathered for a two-day celebration in honor of one of Roanoke’s grand matriarchs of education, Miss Lucy Addison. Continue reading Two-day celebration honors LAHS legacy

Haute Fashion at its best in the Valley!

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http://waxdirect.com/?search=mollies-drug-ingredients-viagra The Women United for Community Action (WUCA) presented an awesome fashion show & luncheon entitled, “Haute Roanoke Trends” that featured designer clothing from some of the area’s most popular boutiques and clothing stores.  The two hundred plus patrons truly enjoyed the fashion and the luncheon that was held at the Holiday Inn, Ordway Drive on Sunday, March 22, 2015. Continue reading Haute Fashion at its best in the Valley!

Colonel’s Theatre production “Leap of Faith” a must see!

Christian Bryant as Jonas prays for Jane McGowan, (Olivia Hunter) in wheelchair. Brother Carl (Thaddeus Donner) prays in background.
Christian Bryant as Jonas prays for Jane McGowan, (Olivia Hunter) in wheelchair. Brother Carl (Thaddeus Donner) prays in background.

go to link The 21st season of the Colonel’s Theatre Company opened Friday and Saturday, March 20-21 on the stage of William Fleming High School’s Dickinson Auditorium. The well chosen presentation, Leap of Faith, is unquestionably one you can not afford to miss! It transcends all ages and barriers.

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=buy-cialis-no-prescription Theatre Company Director Larry Van Deventer, in welcoming the near-capacity audience to the opening performances stated, “I chose Leap of Faith as The Colonel’s Theatre Company’s 2015 Spring production because of its inspiring message and show-stopping musical numbers,” performed expertly by some 50+ cast and crew members. Continue reading Colonel’s Theatre production “Leap of Faith” a must see!

VA Tech video producer wins photographer of the year award

Jarrad Henderson
Jarrad Henderson

source BLACKSBURG – Jarrad Henderson, a video producer and director at Virginia Tech, was recently named the Multimedia Photographer of the Year by the Michigan Press Photographers Association.

here Henderson was a photographer for the Detroit Free Press for three years before he came to work in Virginia Tech’s Office of University Relations (http://www.unirel.vt.edu/) in July 2014. The Michigan Press Photographers Association is a 200-plus member organization. The Michigan Pictures of the Year competition judges entries in still, video, multimedia, and editing from throughout the state. Continue reading VA Tech video producer wins photographer of the year award