Semicentennial

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A sampling from our Golden Anniversary festival September 23 (please allow a few moments for slideshow to load)…

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This year, we celebrate our Semicentennial!  Since its incorporation in 1967, Hurt has been known and loved for its pleasant, family-friendly atmosphere and sense of community. 

A Semicentennial committee, composed of 7 citizens from diverse walks of life, is coordinating a series of events throughout the year for commemoration of our Golden Anniversary. 

 

Next event:   

Historical presentation at Town Hall on Sunday, November 5 at 2:00 p.m.  More information will be published as details are resolved, so please check this page periodically for updates. 


 

Happy Birthday and Anniversary from Richmond!

Below:  State Senator Frank Ruff (l) and Delegate Les Adams (r) present Mayor Gary Poindexter with a resolution from the General Assembly commending the Town of Hurt for its heritage and accomplishments over the last 50 years, and its forward-moving aspirations for the next.  The resolution was presented at our Community Anniversary Reception on April 2 and will be displayed at Town Hall.

Presentation of Resolution
Photo courtesy of Ron Rowland

 

The Semicentennial Committee is pleased to work with Town Council, Danville-Pittsylvania Chamber of Commerce, Danville-Pittsylvania County Tourism, Pittsylvania County Historical Society, area business leaders, and the citizens of Hurt to make this year’s events meaningful to all who hold a special place in their hearts for Hurt, Virginia.  Please keep in mind that plans may be subject to change due to scheduling conflicts, budget constraints, weather events, and/or other unforeseen circumstances.     

 

This page was last updated:  Monday, October 16, 2017 at 9:47 PM