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Trading Post Hot Line

 
Apr23

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A radio call-in program heard Monday through Friday from 12:120 – 1:00 pm on WFLO/AM 870 in Farmville, Virginia, for items you want to buy, sell, trade, rent or give away. The numbers to call are: local, 392-8881 and long distance, 1-800-825-5356.

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1951 R.R. Moton School strike commemorated

 
Apr23

Today approximately 125 High school seniors from Prince Edward and Fuqua walked in the same steps of the late Barbara Johns and her fellow students in commemoration of the 1951 R.R. Moton School Strike which took place on April 23rd, 1951 and  was  led by  Johns who was sixteen years old at the time. The students retraced the steps those young people made on their way from the R.R. Moton School to the Prince Edward Court House. That strike produced 75 percent of the plaintiffs in Brown v. Board of Education (1954), the landmark Supreme Court decision desegregating U.S. schools. The strike marked the start of the modern civil rights movement and changed the landscape of American education.

 

Students and citizens who participated  in the walk arrived at the court house by 11 am and were  addressed by Barbara Johns’ sister, Joan Johns Cobbs  and  former Moton students, Reverend Samuel Williams, Edwilda Allen-Isaac and Joy Cabarrus Speakes, (all of whom walked in the original strike),  along with Justin Reid, the associate director of Moton museum operations.

 

The commemoration concluded with the joining of hands and the singing of the civil rights anthem, “We Shall Overcome”.

The Trading Post Hot Line

 
Apr22

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A radio call-in program heard Monday through Friday from 12:20 – 1:00 on WFLO/AM 870 in Farmville, Virginia, for items you want to buy, sell, rent, trade or give away, The numbers to call are: local, 392-8881 and long distance 1-800-825-5356.

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The Call Flo radio show-April 22, 2014

 
Apr22

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Jim Tharpe of the Longwood Police and Chris Moss of the Town of Farmville Police are in first to talk about the National Drug Takeback day coming up, then we open the lines and discuss the concert by Peter Yarrow of Peter Paul and Mary, which was last night at the Moton Museum. Enjoy!

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The Trading Post Hot Line

 
Apr21

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A call-in radio program heard Momdday through Friday from 12:20 – 1:00 pm on WFLO/AM 870 in Farmville, Virginia, for items you want to buy, sell, trade, rent or give away. The numbers to call are: local, 392-8881 and long distance at 1-800-825-5356.

 

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The Call Flo radio show-April 21, 2014

 
Apr21

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This morning we start with the keynote speaker for the upcoming “Small Business Ciommunity Showcase”, Charles Weathers. The showcase is April 30th at STEPS. Contact the Longwood SBDC to register. After that, we open the phone lines and have some fun this Easter Monday Holiday!

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Trading Post Hot Line

 
Apr18

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A radio call-in program heard Monday through Friday from 12:20 – 1:00 pm on WFLO/AM 870 in Farmville, Virginia, for items you want to buy, sell, trade, rent or give away. The numbers to call are: local, 392-8881 and long distance, 1-800-825-5356.

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The Call Flo radio show-April 18, 2014

 
Apr18

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Today’s show is all about the new Buckingham County Public Library. We talk with architect Julie Dixon and library representative Frank Howe about the new library’s design aspects and its expected capabilities.

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The Trading Post Hot Line

 
Apr17

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A call-in radio program heard Monday through Friday from 12:20 – 1:00 pm on WFLO/AM 870, in Farmville, Virginia, for items you want to buy, sell, trade, rent or give away. The numbers to call are: local, 392-8881 and long distance, 1-800-825-5356.

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The Call Flo radio show-April 17, 2014

 
Apr17

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Today Cheryl Gibson and Frank Lacey come by to talk about the Farmville Wine Festival to benefit Meals on Wheels this Saturday; then we open the lines. Enjoy!

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