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For less than the cost of a full tank of gas, a family of four can fish for a year.
With the increasing demands in the work place and busy schedules, people are learning that fishing is a great way to spend time with family and friends. However, with rising fuel costs and difficult economic times, many people are looking to stay closer to home. Fortunately for Virginians, there’s a lake, river or stream within an hour’s drive from any location in the state, making it easy and economical to get away from it all for a day on the water, fishing, and relaxing.
All Virginians Benefit
While many Virginians benefit from the recreational aspect of fishing, all Virginians benefit from the conservation and economic activity generated by anglers. Recent studies show that recreational anglers are major powers when it comes to the strength of the economy. Virginia is home to or a destination for more than 800,000 anglers each year. Fishing alone is responsible for more than $1.3 billion in economic impact in the state.… Continue reading
Join Big Al and Joanne Cash/Yates ( the sister of the man in black Johnny Cash ) this upcoming Tuesday morning December 16th live on the radio at 8:15 AM Eastern Time/ 7:15 AM Central Time. Hear what some of Joanne’s favorite Christmas songs were growing up and how the Cash family celebrated Christmas.
Joanne’s husband Harry Yates will be also joining us soon to tell us all about the Cowboy Church in Nashville, TN.
Tune in to WMJD radio 100.7 FM Tuesday morning December 16th to hear Joanne Cash LIVE!!!
More info on Joanne Cash here: www.JoanneCash.com
GRUNDY WRESTLING SCHEDULE– 1 OR 2 DISTRICT DATES MAY BE ADDED
Dec 12-13 Indian classic Kingsport Tn
Dec 22-23 Smokey Mtn. Duals Pigeon Forge Tn
Dec 29-30 Agie Skeens Mem Home
Jan 3 Galax Duals Galax
Jan 9-10 Va Duals Hampton
Jan 17 Richlands Duals Richlands
Jan 23-24 Big Orange Vinton
Feb 7 Sub-Region Home
Feb 14 Sectional Danville
Feb 20-21 VHSL State Salem
The Buchanan County Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet on Thursday, December 11, 2014, 6:30pm, APPALACHIAN COLLEGE of PHARMACY, Oakwood, Virginia.
The evening will include the induction of 2014 Buchanan County Hall of Fame nominee, as well as the presentation of the Buchanan County Citizen Volunteer Award and Buchanan County Chamber of Commerce Volunteer Award.
Entertainment for the event will be the play, “The Throw Away Family” written & produced by 4Pals Productions, Inc.
The play is a fun-filled holiday story featuring Leateen Saunders and her friend Daphney Davis, as they meet new friends in the unlikeliest of places – a rehab center. The story is both meaningful and hilarious, the two friends solve problems, help others and most of all, realize the importance of family.
Annual Banquet Dinner/Theatre tickets are $25 and are available in advance and can be purchased at the Buchanan County Chamber Office, 1025 Walnut Street, Grundy VA or call for more information 276-935-4147 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.