The Roanoke Valley Rocks is a public relations/public art campaign designed to uplift and inspire the Roanoke Valley. True success will require all facets of our community to come together with enthusiasm, dedication to excellence and knowledge of all that our area has to offer.Read More

Laurel Glen Apartments

Laurel Glen Apartments are specifically designed for the elderly and disabled.

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les atkins Photography

The les atkins Photography/Atkins Ad Group rockfish, "Fisheye," is a unique look at Roanoke Rapids' past.  One side of the rockfish features a 1920s couple being photographed on the banks of the Roanoke River.

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Mary Sherwood Lake Living

“Lake Living Lifestyles is all about how we live, whether it is at Lake Gaston or beyond. By building relationships with our family, friends, and community, we create our lifestyle.” The design team of Mary Sherwood Lake Living is ready to help you design your own lifestyle.

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Medoc Mountain State Park

Medoc Mountain State Park rocks the Roanoke Valley! Their fish Luna, painted by local artist Traci Watson, could not be better suited to Halifax County’s own state park.

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NC Electric Membership Cooperatives

North Carolina’s Electric Membership Corporation, Halifax Electric Membership Corporation and Roanoke Electric Cooperative have been the key corporate sponsor of the entire Roanoke Valley Rocks public art and public relations campaign.

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Newsom Oil

Newsom Oil has been in business since 1929. Located at 1503 W. 10th Street in Roanoke Rapids, Newsom Oil was started by Major Charles Newsom, then operated by his son M. C. Newsom, Jr. and is now run by his grandson David Newsom.

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OSAIL

Recently OSAIL decided to participate in the Halifax County CVB Rockfish art project.  OSAIL selected Lake Gaston artists Gail Smith, Gail O'Neil, and Maggie Chalifoux to design and paint the fish.

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Progressions Dance Center

Progressions Dance Center rocked the Roanoke Valley and continues to in more ways than one. "Encore," signature rockfish of Progressions Dance Center designed and painted by Kelly and Emma Barber, made her debut. Encore represents Progressions Dance Center through her color scheme and attire.

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