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10899 Virginia Avenue
Bassett, VA 24055

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P.O. Box 309
Collinsville, VA 24078

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Business Offices: 276.629.7999
Contest/Request Lines: 276.629.9999 or Toll Free: 888.517.B999
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11 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Thanks Joe for sending me the link!:-) Love country and especially 90’s!! Toby Keith/ Mickey Gilley/ Shania/ Phil Vassar/ Alabama/ Hank Williams Jr./Don Williams/George Strait ect

    thanks Tunz909 kibitzing on your audio/record channel!!

    Bruce Towell 216-904-3835

  2. Robynn
    Wonder what kind of car she is driving if she puts her left foot down on the accelerator.
    Good to hear voice.

  3. Where do I send news releases?
    Rocky Mount, Va. – An emergency training exercise will be held at the Franklin County Health Department,
    365 Pell Avenue, in Rocky Mount on Wednesday, October 26 from 4:30 – 6 p.m. While the training is
    designed to resemble a real emergency with area emergency agencies participating in the drill, the public is
    advised the sounds of sirens, shouting or shots are strictly part of the simulation to test agency crisis plans.
    “This is going to be a very realistic exercise,” said Jeanette Losee, Public Health Emergency Coordinator with
    West Piedmont Health District. Emergency teams will practice treating injuries utilizing manikins. They will
    also use gurneys to transport the manikins as they loaded them into on-site ambulances. While shots
    resembling actual gunfire may be heard coming from inside the health department, the public should be aware
    that "blanks" are being used as part of the simulation and no projectiles will be involved.
    The training will be conducted in partnership with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Rocky Mount Police,
    Rocky Mount Fire, Franklin County Department of Public Safety and the Virginia Department of Health.
    Members of the Smith Mountain Lake Pistol Shooting Association also take part in the activity.
    "With the increasing number of life-threatening incidents taking place in so many communities, preparedness
    for unexpected and potentially harmful events is vital. This activity will bring a group of our community
    partners together to test our crisis plans, especially as we look to protect our residents, clients and staff and
    effectively address those threats which could occur within our own localities," Losee noted.
    Due to the number of emergency vehicles expected at the Franklin County Health Department between 4:30
    and 6 p.m., the public is asked to avoid this area to eliminate congestion.
    # # #
    MEDIA NOTE: News media wishing to photograph or use videography during this event should request
    access in advance.
    For more information and to request news media access, contact Nancy Bell, population health manager, at or (540) 493-0477

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