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There is a recurring theme in the new feature story on Dierks Bentley from Esquire. It’s that he loves performing music live. The story covers other topics just fine, but the conversation seems to come back to the touring life every chance Bentley gets. He admits that in the beginning, it was good, even when... Read more »
Charlie Worsham’s critically-acclaimed debut album Rubberband turned three on Saturday (Aug. 20). Not only that, summer 2016 marks 10 years in Nashville for the guitar-slinging Mississippi native. A lot has changed since then. But at heart, he will always be among country music’s kindest musicians. So how does one of the genre’s biggest hearts occupy... Read more »
A hugging, backslapping crowd surged through the South bar on Nashville’s Music Row Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 24) to applaud Dustin Lynch for his third No. 1 single, “Mind Reader,” written by Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip. All three principals were on hand to bask in the congratulations, as well as the song’s producer, Mickey Jack... Read more »
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Softball Open Tryouts

Synergy Fastpitch Girls Travel Softball is hosting Open Tryouts for all ages, Saturday, August 27th at 5pm at Harris Field (230 Davis Road, Chatham, Va).  For any questions, contact Lynn Meeks at 434.251.7804 or Russell Eckard at 434.251.7804.
 

Girl Scout Kick Off Event

 Kick off your school year by attending the Girl Scout Kick Off! Girls will have a scavenger hunt, make crafts, have a snack, sing songs, outdoor adventures, and play games and earn a patch!  End the night with a short hike on a trail that will begin at 7pm (wear closed toe shoes and take a flashlight)!
 
Who: All girls and caregivers (each girls caregiver/parent will provide supervision)
When: Friday, August 26 from 5-8 PM
Where: Dan Daniel Park Shelter #17
Cost: FREE snacks and drinks will be provided by the Danville/Pittsylvania Girl Scout Community:
 
Please take a canned good to donate for our community service project
 
Girls will discover the fun through activities, songs, stories and crafts. Parents will learn more about Girl Scout programs and volunteer opportunities. Every girl must be accompanied by an adult.
 
If you need a any more information, you can contact Julie Matejko at 434.250.1454.

 
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