Smith Mountain Lake Marine Fire and Rescue—for many years the only fire and rescue company of its kind in the nation--is set to celebrate its 40th anniversary this summer with a number of entertaining and educational events slated at the lake.
Lake Christian Ministries held a reception this past week to thank the local area businesses that help to keep the small non-profit going throughout the year. Several area business owners were encouraged to attend the reception to get a better understanding of what Lake Christian Ministries does and to hopefully be encouraged to help even more in the future.
Bedford County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 19-year-old Huddleston man early Sunday and charged him with malicious wounding after another man was stabbed, according to Major Ricky Gardner of the Bedford Sheriff’s Office.
A group of ladies that call themselves the “Jersey Girls” are in the planning stages in their advocacy for a dog park at Smith Mountain Lake. If successful, it will be the first dog park in Franklin or Bedford County.
As it prepares to celebrate its 40th anniversary this summer and envisions construction of a lakefront fire house on the Franklin County side of the lake, Smith Mountain Lake Marine Fire and Rescue is looking—like all lake emergency services organization—for volunteers.
While it celebrates the 40th anniversary of its founding this summer, Smith Mountain Lake Marine Fire and Rescue plans to fete donors of $100 and more to the company Aug. 12 with refreshments and an informational gathering in the amenities area of the Boardwalk community.
Extra, Extra read all about it. Dudley Elementary has a new student newspaper. The Dudley News publishes four times a year, every nine-week quarter of the school year.
Banners are in place, booths assigned, tents raised and participating companies anticipating the Smith Mountain Lake Business EXPO, Friday, April 24th. This year’s 12th annual event will take place under big-top-tents in the parking lot by the gazebo in Downtown Moneta on Route 122.
Surgery has been part of life for Richard “Rich” Cole. Since a young age Cole has struggled with a genetic disorder called Pectus Excavatum. It prevents proper circulation of oxygen, causing constant fatigue.
Senior man with moustache, posing in studio, close-up, portrait
Family in the park with golden retriever
Young family packing for car trip