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Washington column for July 12

Washington VFR members teamed up to add a new look to their station — a flag pole; Caroline Roth explains her monoprint and monotype presses at Quievremont Winery July 21; and Kate Anderson’s art reception at Middle Street Gallery July 14. […]

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Washington Column for July 5

He said he really enjoyed seeing those old International Farmall tractors with the Old Glory flags on them as he passed through the county en route to Skyline Drive. They do bring back fond memories of our farmland, our heritage and, most of all, our freedom. […]

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Washington column for June 28

Rapp High School celebrated an ‘All Classes’ reunion at the Flint Hill Fire Hall, about 100 alumni gathered for a covered-dish luncheon; Charles Benjamin Estes graduates from VMI; stop by the Book Barn to pick up some summer reading material; and have a happy and safe Fourth of July. […]

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Washington column for June 21

“Patrick O’Connell and the inn put together a soiree that only occurs every 40 years at his Mount Vernon anniversary celebration this past Saturday. The food was superb, the wine flowed freely, and the fireworks took flight across the Potomac! We didn’t want to leave” […]

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Washington column for May 31

Child Care Learning Center will hold its 5th Annual Garden Party at Mount Prospect in Little Washington on Saturday, June 16; and Mountain View Marketing, based here in Washington, has been voted the Best of the Best Advertising Agency of Culpeper by the readers of the Culpeper Times for the past four years. […]

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Washington column for May 17

The annual Relay for Life “Rounding up a Cure” is this Saturday, May 19th, at the Elementary School with many activities from 2 – 10 p.m.; and turn to the angels when the heavens open up. […]

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Washington column for May 10

Union Bank welcomes back a local; local Relay for Life team holds bake and plant sale at Quicke Mart this Saturday; Rapp Lions Club dresses up and celebrates 60th anniversary at Narmada Winery. Oh, and don’t forget Mother’s Day. […]

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Washington Column for May 3

In celebration of The Inn’s 40th anniversary, it’s expanding their local’s discount to the surrounding counties. The Inn also opens their ‘village market’ on May 26, featuring BBQ, bluegrass and ‘yard sale’ with select artifacts and treasures. […]

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Washington column for April 26

The relationship a boy has with his father greatly shapes the man he will become in the future. You can help mold your boy into a man you’ll be proud of by taking him on special father and son activities. And they’re particularly conducive to bonding. […]

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A million-plus miles of delivering mail, Bobby Brown looks forward to retirement

And on April 1, 2014, he was awarded membership to a very elite group: the National Safety Council’s Million Mile Club. This tremendous milestone is for driving a cumulative total of 1 million miles (or 30 years) without having a preventable motor vehicle accident. […]

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Washington column for April 5

The Shenandoah Valley Art Center in Waynesboro is hosting an exhibition by our resident artist Kevin H. Adams, featuring his paintings from his 2017 residency in Shenandoah National Park. The opening reception is on Saturday; upcoming Dark Skies events hosted by RLEP; and memories from Easter. […]

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Washington column for March 22

Springtime is here, sort of, but the Washington VFR Easter Egg Hunt and Relay for Life Easter Bake sale are on for Saturday, March 31; and Kevin Adams’ “meet the artist” had changed to March, 28 at the Watergate Gallery in D.C. […]

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Washington column for March 15

Local artist, Kevin Adams, works reflecting Cuba and the Piedmont region are on display at the Watergate Gallery in Washington, D.C through April 14; and Washington VFR thanks all who attended their successful oyster dinner. […]

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Washington column for March 1

The Child Care and Learning Center recently sponsored an exciting Nature Hack Your Space workshop, featuring the importance of natural environments to children’s learning and development; The Middle Street Gallery annual Members and Friends exhibition starts Friday, March 2. […]