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Today's Features

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  • These five generations of girls were together recently during the Christmas holidays: (from left) great-great grandmother (Memaw) Maxine Spencer, Cox’s Chapel community,

    holding Audree Violet Robinson of Waynesville, N.C.; great-grandmother Marla Money of Chilhowie; grandmother Tina Webb of Asheville, N.C.,
    mother of Audree; Kailey Robinson of Waynesville.

  • Carolyn Elizabeth Gardner and Philip Michael Hash were married July 17, 2010.
    Gardner is the daughter of Reginald and Jan Gardner.

    She received a bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and a master’s degree in British literature from Radford University.
    She is employed by Grayson County schools as a secondary English teacher.
    Hash is the son of Mike and Deanna Hash.
    He received a bachelor’s degree from Roanoke College in environmental science.

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  • Robert Dean and Norma Higgins will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Feb. 2.

    Their three children and spouses are Danny and Donna Higgins, Tony Higgins and Jeanne and Steve Franks.

  • Kasen Lane Galyean turned four on Jan. 9. He celebrated with a bull riding party at his home with family and friends. He is the son of Donnie and Angie Galyean of Baywood.

    He is the grandson of Nelson and Linda Galyean, Jimmy and Cathy Jones and Dennis and Janie Cox. He is the great-grandson of Chuck and Mitzi Galyean and Naoma Davis. He has two sisters, Hailee Anders and Kristin Galyean.

  • Isabella Joe Marshall celebrated her second birthday Jan. 6 with a cat themed pool party at the Galax Rec Center with family and friends. She is the daughter of Joseph and Chrissy Marshall of Galax.

    Her grandparents are Randy and Kim Bell of Galax and Dennis and Opie Marshall of Ararat.
     

  • The Great Race, America’s premiere national old car rally, is coming to Galax on June 12, and is expected to bring up to 100 antique automobiles to the Old Cranks car museum downtown for a lunch stop.

    The event starts in Chattanooga, Tenn., and finishes in Bennington, Vt. It is free to the public and will be just part of the day’s activities.
    Additional details will follow in the coming months and could include a local car show. The City of Galax Visitor’s Center and Tom Littrell at Old Cranks are helping with the plans.

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