Are you ready for Halloween?
Here at So Salem, we are. So let’s use some computer tricks to offer up some Halloween treats.
Specifically, each week in our print issue we advises readers to come online to find more. Well, here’s some of that more.
First, we have more photos of Salem’s Pumpkinfest. That’s Lily and Iva Barnes at left.
And while we’re at it, let’s go ahead and solicit some Halloween photos, shall we? Surely you’ll take pictures of your little ghouls and goblins, right? You can share those at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll post them here through the weekend.
But we have lots of other “more” this week, so here goes:
* The eyes of the nation were on Salem for a few hour Monday and yes, we have more photos from the Sarah Palin rally. Did you take photos of people from Salem or western Roanoke County while you were there? If so, we’ll still take those at email@example.com. Also, we haven’t gotten any photos yet of Salem people at the Barack Obama rally in Salem, but if anyone has some, we’ll take those, too.
* Corner Bar and Grill opens
* More photos from Red Ribbon Week at Andrew Lewis Middle School
* More photos from Grandparents Night at G.W. Carver Elementary
* Salem school superintendent to visit India
* Photos of the Glenvar Elementary fall festival
* Photo from the masquerade ball at Petticoats and Petit Fours
* Photos of Salem people at Howl-O-Ween
* Photos from the autumn snapshot contest
* Salem’s voting history
AND IN SPORTS . . .
* Photos of the Salem Sabres vs. Botetourt United
* Photos of the Salem Sabres vs. the Radford LadyCats
* Photos of Roanoke College volleyball
* Photos of Salem junior varsity football vs. Hidden Valley
* Photos from the River Ridge District cheerleading competition
* Photos of the Glenvar Blast
* Photos of the Glenvar Sharks
* Photos of Glenvar-Salem rec league football
* Photos of South Salem Pee Wee football
So after seeing all this “more,” are you wondering how you can get your news and photos in So Salem? Easy! You can share at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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