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Celebrating Wallace

Help in celebrating the 25th year of Ruth Wallace leading the 4-H program in Buckingham County. On Oct. 25, Ruth celebrated a quarter of a century working with local youth and families. Would you join in making a tax-deductible donation in her honor to support Buckingham 4-H? Donations should be made payable to the Virginia Tech Foundation (memo Buckingham 4-H) and mailed to the Buckingham Extension Office at P.O. Box 227, Buckingham, VA 23921. Show how much Wallace means to your family and the youth of Buckingham County.

Spreading God’s Gifts will be having a fundraiser on Nov. 9 at 5 p.m. at Bethlehem Baptist Church. Tommy and Debbie England will bring the music. The menu will be roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, rolls, dessert and beverage. All are welcome. Come out and help them help others.

Buckingham County FFA members are selling discount cards, redeemable at eating establishments in and around Buckingham and Farmville. The discounts are good until Sept. 30, 2020, and most have unlimited uses. For more information, contact Casey Davis at (434) 969-6100, extension 102.

Interested in joining or starting a 4-H Club? SPIN Clubs are special interest clubs where youth gather with two or more caring adults for six meetings to learn about a particular area. They have curriculum, or you can come up with your own idea. Training for adult volunteers is available. If interested, contact Ruth Wallace at ruwallac@vt.edu.

The Central Virginia Land Conservancy (CVaLC), a local land trust and a nonprofit organization which serves Amherst, Nelson, Appomattox, Campbell counties and Lynchburg is expanding their service area to include Buckingham County and are reaching out to landowners who might be interested in working with them. CVaLC promotes the stewardship and conservation of central Virginia’s forests, farmlands, waters and other natural and historic resources. They provide information and guidance to landowners through the easement process, and have assisted landowners in placing thousands of acres into permanent conservation easements. If you or someone you know shares this passion for conservation and would like to help promote these values in your community, contact Wendy Kendrick at (434) 942-4320 (voicemail or text). Central Virginia Land Conservancy can be contacted by mail at P.O. Box 12105, Lynchburg, VA 24506, by phone at (434) 942-4320, by email at info@cvalc. org, or visit the website at www.cvalc.org.

Join Next Level Ministry on Saturday, Nov. 16, for a Missionary Workshop. Third Liberty Baptist Church, located at 2244 C.G. Woodson Road in New Canton, will sponsor this workshop beginning at 9 a.m. with registration and breakfast, followed by the workshop at 10 a.m. Dr. Valerie Carter-Smith of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will lead the workshop. The Rev. Kippy Lundy and Lady Cynthia Lundy will serve as hosts. For more information, call (434) 581-3133 or email thirdlibertynextlevel@ gmail.com.

SHERRI WISE is the columnist for the Buckingham Bulletin. She can be reached at wise.buckingham@gmail.com.