Families in our area with children attending Culpeper County Schools; are reminded that Kindergarten registration begins in April. With six schools in the county with Kindergarten classes, parents can obtain information as to which school their child will be attending and answers to other questions by calling the school board office at 540-825-3677.
Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Hazel Dodson and family of Griffinsburg Pike; upon the loss of her brother; Jesse May, who passed away last week.
Mrs. Rosie Wharton returned to her home on Aaron Mountain Lane last Thursday, after several days in Fauquier Hospital.
Forest Grove Baptist Church has begun their mission project, “Shoes For Souls,” and for any information please call 540-825-6691; donations are also accepted.
With March already here, many gardeners are beginning to plan for their crops; it also being St. Patrick Day week, many will be thinking of “tater” planting. But with the past winter there’s doubt if land will be ready; still we need to plan and also buy seeds early, as for the last several years, many places have sold out.
For now, Clarke Hardware in Culpeper has plenty of potatoes, onion sets and snow peas, with other seeds arriving soon. So plan now, and then what could be better than fresh garden vegetables?
March also brings times of celebrations, that is for birthdays: We extend wishes to Edna Denin; Shelvy Frazier; Nick Norman; Jackie Cubbage; Jennifer Peregory; Gwen Parker; Larry Cubbage; David Baker; Linda Hitt; Matthew Bragg; Velvet Mason; and Sadie Norman. May the good Lord grant each of you many more. (Lastly, this writer is also a “March chick.”)
Mrs. Geneva Burke has returned to her home following ankle surgery and several weeks’ stay in Culpeper Rehab Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelvy Frazier and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Frazier and Vinessa-Lynn were Thursday evening guests of Mrs. Marie Atkins on Acornbrook Lane.
Condolences go out to the family of Mrs. Helen Leake, who at the age of 97, passed away in Roanoke on Tuesday; and was laid to rest Friday in Fairview cemetery, Culpeper.
Dr. Richard Brown of Liberty University was guest speaker for the Church Growth Seminar, held at Novum Baptist Church on Friday and Saturday.
We would like for our readers to remember in prayers those on the sick list; some in hospitals and nursing homes, namely: Margarette Owens; Terry Richards; Robert Berrey; Jim Kelchner; Billy Buraker; Carol De Borus; Jimmie Falls; Shirley Campbell; Ralph Gochenour; Jean Sabal; Ruth Atkins; Mary Thompson, and of course any other on your list.