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Today's Features

  • Carmen Sumner, formerly of Galax, has become a big name in Lincolnton, N.C. Sumner’s formal title reads “Administrative Support Specialist and Receptionist” at City Hall. But she is known by many as the eyes and ears of the city.

  • Jack and Wanda Devine celebrated their 88th birthdays Aug. 18 and Sept. 21 with family and friends at Hungry Mother State Park and breakfast at Shatley Springs.

    The celebration was given by daughters Sandy Cox, Jerry and Bobbie Fridley; and son Jacky and Alice Devine. They have seven grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.

  • Randy and Belva Jones of Flat Ridge announced the engagement of their daughter, Kayla Noel Jones, to Eric Steven Poe.

    Poe is the son of Jimmy and Karen Poe of Bristol.
    A fall wedding is planned.

  • Nolan Jay Spurlin celebrated his second birthday on Aug. 8 with a cookout at his house with family. His parents are Jason Spurlin and Jill Cockerham of Galax.

    His maternal grandparents are Danny and Carolyn Cockerham of Galax. His paternal grandparents are Mike and Anita Spurlin of Galax. His maternal great-grandparents are Rubye Cockerham and Louise Diamond, both of Galax.

  • Palin Leanne Snider celebrated her fifth birthday Aug. 11 with a Bubble Guppies party at home with family and friends. Her parents are Curtis and Lorie Snider.

    She has a younger sister, Paisley Snider. Her grandparents are Danny and Linda Deskins of Dugspur and Harold and Joyce Snider of Dublin and the late Kathy Snider. Her great-grandparents are Pauline Marshall of Laurel Fork and the late Frieda Deskins. Her aunt is Holly Choate.

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    Local congregations celebrated the third annual Christian Family Fun Day event on Saturday with a parade, a 5K and a day-long celebration at the Hillsville VFW. Churches from the Twin Counties and surrounding localities turned up to offer free food, games, entertainment and messages about Christianity. Everyone in the community was invited to attend, regardless of their personal beliefs.

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    Local congregations celebrated the third annual Christian Family Fun Day event on Saturday with a parade, a 5K and a day-long celebration at the Hillsville VFW. Churches from the Twin Counties and surrounding localities turned up to offer free food, games, entertainment and messages about Christianity. Everyone in the community was invited to attend, regardless of their personal beliefs.

  • HILLSVILLE — More than 100 runners turned out for the inaugural Twin County MS Walk at the Grover King VFW Post #1115 in Hillsville on Sept. 13.

    According to coordinator Regina Dalton, the walk raised around $7,000 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. “And, there are still more donations coming in,” she told The Gazette on Monday.

  • Jenna Mae Hall celebrated her first birthday Sept. 7 with a Minnie Mouse party. Her parents are Cory Hall and Magan Lawrence.

    Grandparents are Mike and Debbie Lister, Mike and Robin Lawrence, Barbara Hall and Tommy and Tammy Caudill. Great-grandparents are David and Sylvia Fields, Jerry and Caroleen Lister, Bill and Pat Lawrence, Buddy and Wanda Brannock, Carl W. Stone Jr. and the late Linda Crouse. Her great-great-grandmother is Juanita Wittig.

  • Bonnie Bradshaw Campbell and Stephen Lee Campbell of Independence celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary by renewing marriage vows Aug. 6 at Fellowship Baptist Church in Elk Creek.

    The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Tim Crockett. Pianist was Jeanette Morrison. Kenny Group read from scripture.
    “How Great Thou Art” was performed by Penny Ward.
    Jessie Sutherland, Mary Kelly and Joe Isaacs served as ushers.
    After reciting the traditional vows, the couple presented each other with their own.