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"The Profiles of History Tour," a mobile display will be at The Ratcliffe on Friday, March 31st and April 1st. The tour is part of Pulaski County's commemoration of to 100th Anniversary of American's involvement WW I and the 75th Anniversary of our involvement in WW II. The display will offer many interactive features featuring stories and artifacts from dozens of Virginians.

There is more! Inside The Ratcliffe, there is an astonishing display of uniforms and artifacts linked to Pulaski. It's a must see. Then there is even more! There is a special exhibit at The Wilderness Road Regional Museum on military artifacts and uniforms including earlier wars.

The mobile display will be open from 10 AM to 6 PM on Friday and then from 10 AM-3 PM on Saturday.
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What a great group of men and women who visited The Ratcliffe this morning representing the University of California San Diego. The conversations were stimulating and insightful. They asked deeply thoughtful questions.

Tonight they'll join the family fellowship at First Pres!

Thanks folks for your service in our community!
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Bravo to Serve Crew! Thanks Janet!! Tomorrow we'll have alternative break students at The Ratcliffe from the University of California, San Diego! ... See MoreSee Less

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At the Pulaski County Rotary Club today, a portion of benefits from the Club's community flag program went to benefit Boy Scout Troop 249. Dan Grubb accepts the check on behalf of the Troop from Rotarian, Stu Schwarzer. The scouts are essential in the distribution of flags. Rotary has also supported the backpack outreach of Beans and Rice and Jordan's Chapel United Methodists. Stu is pictured with Beans and Rice, Executive Director, Eric Bucey ... See MoreSee Less

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Hung has beautifully captured the area of our application for a Community Improvement Grant (CIG) from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). Bravo to a Management Team that has been working for almost two years to bring an application for funding together with assistance from Hill Studio in Roanoke and the NRV Commission.

Special thanks to Nichole Hair, our Deputy Town Manager, and to Town Council for their leadership and support as we look to the future.

A professor from Virginia Tech once suggested that Pulaski Town was the most industrialized town in Virginia per capita. With traditional "smoke stacks" now gone, we must look deeply inward for success.

There is no "magic bullet" nor easy solution. "Experts" suggest now that towns now must grow outward from their centers, thus the focus on downtown. Fortunately, (unlike many towns) we have a downtown and a extant Main Street! Now we must encourage and invest in an entrepreneurial culture -- both public and private.

Thanks, Hung. You captured the moment!
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