The day I sat across the table at the Central Cafe from Chris Falk, Lynell Bynum's grandson, I felt teary. (You know how I am.) This handsome, young man, articulate, bright, whose company I was keeping for a few hours, is one of the richest legacies his grandfather has left us. In a few days, Lynell … Continue reading Hall of Fame Inductee – Lynell Bynum – The Legacy of a Grandson
Sunday, November 25, 2018 - Rocky Mount Telegram From Contributed Reports Twin County Hall of Fame Welcomes New Inductees Lanny Shuff left, and Sam Toler hold Toler's portrait during the Twin County Hall of Fame Induction … Continue reading In Case You Missed the article In The Telegram Published On Nov. 25,’18
Did you ever play the game 'dinner party' where you named your guest list from famous people? I always thought it revealed interesting things about my friends as they named their list. I dare say you will know more about me if I tell you I would invite - Coach K, Roger Federer, Amos Townes the … Continue reading An Invitation for Dinner on November 8th With 12 Interesting Guests
Everyone is nervous. As I visited the newly hung portraits of The Twin County Hall of Fame recipients, many asked if their hair still looked okay, were their ties straight, did their clothes look too out of date? You can’t blame them, really. They know they are now gathered in the new Rocky Mount … Continue reading Twin County Hall of Fame Portraits Newly Exhibited in the Rocky Mount Event Center
How long has it been since you thought about Johnny Gruelle's famous Raggedy Ann & Andy stories? Visiting the Twin County Hall of Fame Museum with Jane Gravely and Lanny Shuff before the exhibit moved to the , I wasn't fooled for a minute. The framed smiling faces of the Inductees were quiet as I … Continue reading Twin County Hall of Fame – After the Lights Go Out!