Fishin’ Pig celebrates three-year anniversary

Published 2:22 pm Thursday, July 7, 2016

The Fishin’ Pig celebrated its three-year anniversary recently. Guests enjoyed food and drinks while listening to live, local entertainment. Fishin’ Pig staff handed out prizes and topped off the evening with birthday cake.

The Friends of the Farmville Library held a ribbon cutting event on June 30 for their fourth Little Free Library in Worsham. Pictured are, from left, Vicky Page, vice chair, Friends of the Farmville Library; Peggy Epperson, director of the Central Virginia Regional Library; Robyne Harris; Jay Patel, owner of Worsham Grocery; Shirley Harris; Vicky Morton; Dr. Odessa Pride, supervisor, Hampden District; Howard Simpson, chairman of the Prince Edward Board of Supervisors; and Tya Johnson, grandson of Danny Morton.

The Friends of the Farmville Library held a ribbon cutting event on June 30 for their fourth Little Free Library in Worsham. Pictured are, from left, Vicky Page, vice chair, Friends of the Farmville Library; Peggy Epperson, director of the Central Virginia Regional Library; Robyne Harris; Jay Patel, owner of Worsham Grocery; Shirley Harris; Vicky Morton; Dr. Odessa Pride, supervisor, Hampden District; Howard Simpson, chairman of the Prince Edward Board of Supervisors; and Tya Johnson, grandson of Danny Morton.