All Saints' Episcopal Church of South Hill would like to offer an invitation to celebrate a 'Service on the Lake' at 9 a.m. on Sunday, August 31, 2014, followed by a covered dish bruch meal. Bring lawn chairs and your favorite dish, and share in this event. Directions: Turn off HWY 903 onto Morristown Road (close to Tanglewood area). Turn right into Holly Grove Estates and proceed to 808 Holly Grove Lane.
CommunityMemorialHealthCenter is offering 50% off the enrollment fee at their ExerciseTherapyCenter during the month of August. For more info, call the CMH Rehab and ExerciseTherapyCenter at 434-774-2514.
Now on display in the Second Floor Galleries at The Colonial Center in South Hill:
The Colonial Center would like to welcome the artwork of William Ward Moseley in their galleries.
South Hill, VA August 19, 2014: Now through September 25, artworks by Mr. William Ward Moseley will be on display in the Colonial Center's Galleries. Mr. Moseley has been an active painter since his retirement from the practice of architecture in 1990. A graduate of Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, he received a degree in building design, he has also studied oils with international artist Wolf Kahn, watercolors with Frank Web (AWS) and Eric Wiegardt (SP), and pastels with Ben Konis (PSA).
Moseley has developed a unique style in watercolors, pastels, and oils, allowing great expressiveness and flexibility with the vibrant use of color. His subjects include landscape scene of Lake Gaston, North Carolina; his winter studio in Naples, Florida; Marco Island; and his alma mater: Virginia Tech, among others.
The Colonial Center galleries are open for public viewing from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The galleries are also open to patrons during all Colonial Center performance events.
Mr. Moseley will be on site on Saturday, August 23 during intermission of that evening's performance of The Sound of Music. He will be answering questions about his displayed works and signing copies of his book, 'An Affair With Art'.
For more info, contact: Lauren Epps, Director of Operations (434) 262-4170 or for more info on the Colonial Center or the artist, visit colonialcenterva.org.
Florence Oliver of Crewe has on exhibit at the Crewe Public Library during the month of August, shelves full of dolls, in beautiful outfits crocheted by her talented and loving hands.
Each doll is in ‘a one of a kind’ outfit and Mrs. Oliver’s sense of style and imagination has produced over 125 dolls most which she has given away as special gifts to brighten a child’s day or for adults who are sick or shut-in.
Patience and love for her fellow man has made Mrs. Oliver a very special person with a talent for helping others with a hand-made gift.