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Explore Pulaski County

It’s no secret that gas prices are high and that they’re going to get higher before the summer is over.
As a result, a lot of people in Pulaski County are rethinking their vacation plans this year because they don’t want to spend the money it will cost to drive hundreds of miles to some far-off destination.
But you can still enjoy yourself during your vacation, and you can do it right here at home.
So, how can you find out what’s available here in the county and around the New River Valley?
Well, we’ve got just the thing for you!
Inside the Sunday, May 25, edition of The Southwest Times, you’ll find our annual special edition titled, “Explore Pulaski County and the New River Valley.”
This publication, as they say, is a keeper.
Here, you’ll find information on the fine public parks in the area, such as Randolph, Gatewood and Bisset Park.
You’ll find the Pulaski Mariners’ game schedule and the football schedule for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
You can find out where the scenic/recreation spots are — such as the Cascades, McCoy Falls, Mountain Lake, New River Trail and Claytor Lake — and what they have to offer you and your family in the way of activities and accommodations that are available.
Find about the Farmers’ Market, the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley, Ratcliffe Museum, bluegrass concerts at New River Community College, and much, much more.
So, check out the 2008 edition of “Explore.” You’ll be glad you did!

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Explore Pulaski County

It’s no secret that gas prices are high and that they’re going to get higher before the summer is over.
As a result, a lot of people in Pulaski County are rethinking their vacation plans this year because they don’t want to spend the money it will cost to drive hundreds of miles to some far-off destination.
But you can still enjoy yourself during your vacation, and you can do it right here at home.
So, how can you find out what’s available here in the county and around the New River Valley?
Well, we’ve got just the thing for you!
Inside the Sunday, May 25, edition of The Southwest Times, you’ll find our annual special edition titled, “Explore Pulaski County and the New River Valley.”
This publication, as they say, is a keeper.
Here, you’ll find information on the fine public parks in the area, such as Randolph, Gatewood and Bisset Park.
You’ll find the Pulaski Mariners’ game schedule and the football schedule for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
You can find out where the scenic/recreation spots are — such as the Cascades, McCoy Falls, Mountain Lake, New River Trail and Claytor Lake — and what they have to offer you and your family in the way of activities and accommodations that are available.
Find about the Farmers’ Market, the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley, Ratcliffe Museum, bluegrass concerts at New River Community College, and much, much more.
So, check out the 2008 edition of “Explore.” You’ll be glad you did!

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