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The Halifax Woman’s Club was fortunate to meet in February and March with no adverse weather or national problems stopping their interesting program offerings.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Martin of Clover announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Emily Anne Martin, of Columbia, South Carolina, to Dr. Garner Paul Cochran of Rome, Georgia. Dr. Cochran is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cochran of San Antonio, Texas.

I’m going to do some with a St. Patrick’s Day theme. I have fixed this many times, and it is soo good.

The fourth annual Whole Woman Conference in Halifax County will be held Friday, April 3, and Saturday, April 4, at First Baptist Church on North Main Street in South Boston.

The deadline for submitting items for the religion page is noon Wednesday. Items are published as space allows. Priority is given to upcoming special events happening within one week. Email items to religion@gazettevirginian.com.

The public is invited to a night of laughter, good fun and supporting a cause near to the heart’s of many in Halifax County when Halifax County Cancer Association hosts the 6th annual Womanless Beauty Pageant at 7 p.m. Saturday at Halifax County High School.

Tap the kegs, pop the cans and get ready to experience the third annual SoBo Brew Fest. Tickets are now on sale to the public for $15.

A benefit barbecue for Penny Carey will be held beginning at noon on Saturday at Living Waters Church of God, 3059 Clover Road, Randolph.

Halifax County Beekeepers will meet at 7 p.m. Friday in the Sentara Hospital Leggett Auditorium. 

After spending many years in Boy Scouts fulfilling duties in areas of leadership, service and outdoor skills, 18-year-old Jordan G. Coleman of Vernon Hill has become an Eagle Scout.

Law enforcement officers perform a service that ranges from good will and roadside assistance to life saving and community protection.

The deadline for submitting items for the religion page is noon Wednesday. Items are published as space allows. Priority is given to upcoming special events happening within one week. Email items to religion@gazettevirginian.com.

Parsons-Bruce Art Association will host a month-long art exhibit featuring artwork by Halifax County Public Schools art students in recognition of Youth Art Month.