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Greensville County Deputy Missing

Residents of Emporia and Greensville County are asked to be on the lookout for Greensville County Sheriff's Deputy Percy Lee House.  The last contact with the Sheriff's Office was 9:24 Friday morning.  Deputy House was last seen in the Skippers area.  As of publication time (10:15 pm Friday) there was still no word from Deputy House.

The Greensville County Sheriff's Office issued a "Be On the Lookout" request to other law enforcement agencies early Friday Afternoon.

Deputy House, 52, was last seen wearing a black "BDU" style uniform and is just over 6 feet tall, weighing 260, balding with hazel eyes.  He was driving a marked Greensville County Sheriff's Office Cruiser-2006 Ford Crown Victoria, Brown with yellow reflective stripes and missing the right front hubcap.  License Plate Number 110359L.

Deputy House's medical history is not known.

If you see Deputy Percy Lee House or a Greensville County Crown Victoria with a missing right front hubcap and the Local Government tag 110359L, please call the Greensville County Sheriff's Office at 434-348-4200 as soon as possible.

YMCA Preschool 100th Day!

The YMCA Preschool celebrated it's 100th day on Wednesday, January 22.  Students kicked-off the celebration with a trip to Pino's Pizza.  The kids helped make their own pizzas.  Other 100th day activities included, a 100 snack, using a pretzel stick and crackers, linking 100 paper clips together and measuring with them, graphing M&M's, making a 100 Fruit Loop necklace, 10 sets of 10 exercises, and collecting 100 pennies from each child.  The money collected will be donated to the Emporia-Greensville Humane Society.  The children ended the week of activities with a trip to the Emporia Library to see the Ringling Brothers clown.  Despite the snow, the children had a great week celebrating being 100 days smarter!



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