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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. […]

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Washington column for Feb 15.

The Old Rag Master Naturalists (ORMN) have recently expanded their role in the Child Care and Learning Center’s Children-in-Nature Program; and Washington VFR All You Eat All You Can Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 17. […]

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Washington column for Feb. 8

The La Cafamore String Trio are performing this Saturday afternoon, Feb. 10, at Washington Baptist Church; and a reminder to everyone that February is Heart Month. So let’s make blood pressure control our goal. […]

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Washington column for Feb. 1

Girl Scout Cadette Troop 692 will be selling cookies at Union Bank & Trust and Girl Scout 1092 at Quicke Mart tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 2, from 4 to 6 p. m.; save the date for Washington VFR for the All You Can Eat Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 17. […]

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Washington column for Jan. 25

Remembering the late Loring Anderson, Jr; Middle Street Gallery new show and members; Book Barn kicks off new year; and save the date for Washington VFD’s All You Can Eat Ham and Oyster Dinner on Saturday, March 10. […]

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Washington column for Jan. 18

This Saturday, Jan. 20 is the “Art Gallery Stroll through Little Washington”; floral design classes on offer in Feb. at Trinity Episcopal Church; CLCC offers Mother Nature classroom workshop; and Girl Scout Troops gear up for the annual cookie sale. […]

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Washington column for Jan. 11

The Inn at Little Washington had their inaugural 40th anniversary host committee meeting Sunday night at The Inn; and the Free Clinic will be held at the Rappahannock County Health Department on Main Street in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 17. […]

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Washington column for Jan. 4

Gay Street Gallery announces its special exhibition opening, Saturday (Jan. 20), featuring Shenandoah National Park artist in residence Kevin H. Adams; and please make an effort to come out to the Red Cross Bloodmobile on January 10 at the Washington Firehall. […]

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Washington column for Dec. 21

As 2017 comes to an end and we start looking back on another successful year in Rappahannock County, the nights are drawing in, there is a chill in the air, and Santa Claus is preparing for his delivery season — like many of you! […]

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Washington column for Dec. 14

Santa Claus is coming to Washington VFD for their breakfast on Saturday, Dec. 16 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.; the Christmas Story, as told by Luke, is being performed at Washington Baptist Church this Sunday morning, Dec. 17. […]

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Washington column for Dec. 7

RAAC Community Theatre performs two more shows of “St. George and the Dragon at Christmastide” this weekend; student heros march in Christmas parade; and Middle Street Gallery reopens this weekend with a reception on Saturday, Dec. 9. […]