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King George

Fall Festival Theme:

Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013


55 Years of Tradition

Fall Festival traditions - the parade Saturday morning down Kings Hwy. through the King George Courthouse, with Shriners and their mini trucks, and the Fall Festival Queen pageant on Sunday afternoon.






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King George Fall Festival Parade Marshals Bob and Darlene Wernsman have been selected as the Grand. Marshals of the King George Fall Festival Parade and are also the guests of honor for this years's event. It is an honor well deserved by a couple who have devoted their lives to their country and their community. A Navy family for three decades, Bob and Darlene who celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary this year, have raised three children while unselfishly offering their talents to projects to help improve the lives of King George residents. Bob helped start the King George Farmers Market, is a director of the King George Farm Bureau, commander of American Legion Post 89, has been involved in the Boy Scouts for 57 years and has been active in food drive efforts in King George as well as a project to obtain backpacks for King George school children. Darlene is a former president of the local AARP chapter, a former Cub Scout leader, serves on the Agricultural Extension Leadership Committee, is active with projects

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Jamie Lea Willett Jamie Lea Willett celebrates 10 years in the business by teaming with D & R Talent Management of King George,VA. She began modeling and acting in 2003 by attending a model search in Washington, D.C.

Bob and Darlene Wernsman of King George at the KG YMCA and is chair of the Farm Bureau Women's Committee in King George. Bob and Darlene are members of the Peace Lutheran Church where they have been involved in projects to feed and house the homeless and help pre-school students. "Bob and Darlene are active in many organizations and programs in KG," said Lori Deem, a Fall Festival Committee Member. "They work with the schools, veterans, and church." "They've picked up trash as a project, collected food stuffs, school

supplies and even supervise the blood drives held throughout the year at the American Legion building," Deem said. "Their children are scattered around the country, but Bob and Darlene remain here in KG and continue to actively serve the community. This is their tradition, one of service." The citizens of King George understand the Wernsmans' commitment and are honoring it at this year's Fall Festival. -- Richard Leggitt

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In Celebration of 55 Years of Tradition

The Fall Festival is an opportunity for all the people in King George to come together for a time of fun and neighborly fellowship. It is an opportunity for all the organizations (civic, service, religious, fraternal and others) in the community to unite their efforts in a major project for the county. After keeping all the charges for events within range of family participation, if there is a profit, the proceeds of the Fall Festival are given to the Fire Department and Rescue Squad.

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King George 2013 FALL FESTIVAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS Ben Tatum Bob Needy Chris Giles Dee Strauss Elizabeth Clark Ella Hubbard Ellen June Clift Gary Richard Harvey Yarus Janine Paulsen Yohanna Gonzales Lloyd Adams Lori Deem Lori Hillard-Wehr Priscilla Morgan Rhonda Breer Beckey Gallamore Sheri Dennison Tommy Burrell Wendi Wynn & Leola Dennison

Schedule of Events 2 p.m. Parade awards

Saturday, Oct. 12 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Craft Show King George High School Gym (FREE)

2:15 – 4 p.m. Made in the USA Band 5 p.m. Talent Show

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Food Court (King George High School)

Sunday, Oct. 14

11 a.m. Festival Parade down Rt. 3 from King George Courthouse to King George High School featuring the Washington Redskins Marching Band

8 a.m. Fall Festival 5k Fun Run & Walk & 1M Kids Fun Run YMCA 2 p.m. Fall Festival Queen Pageant KGHS Auditorium $3 admission Discount for students

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Fall Festival Fair King George High School Petting Zoo, Mechanical Bull, Rock Wall, Inflatables

Proceeds from all events are donated to King George Fire & Rescue, Inc.

12 – 4 p.m. Children's Activities 12 – 2 p.m. The Taters Band

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King George Fall Festival objectives At the beginning, three objectives were established for the festival: 1. For all people in King George to come together for a time of fun and neighborly fellowship




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2. For community organizations to unite their efforts in a major project for the county

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Meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Company 1 Headquarters, Kings Hwy. Anyone can volunteer and are welcome to come to the meetings to offer ideas, suggestions, hands and feet to the planning and execution of the Fall Festival events. Please try and attend one or more of the meetings. It’s a great way to meet new people, make new friends, learn about King George and help the county volunteer Fire, Rescue & EMS department.



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See photos from the Fall Festival Parade, Fair, Pageant and 5k Run in next week's Journal.


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King George

Previous Parade Marshals

Previous Fall Festival themes

1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Halloween — Committee Chosen Civil War — Committee Chosen Historic King George Roarin' Twenties Things to Come — P. A. Kyle Things Forgotten — June Clift American Heritage — Lillian Newton World of Fantasy — Kenneth Clift Far Away Places — Nick Burrell Funtime — Thelma Clare America the Beautiful — Brodie Fitzhugh 250th Anniversary of King George County: "Old in Years - Young in Spirit" — Dottie Bundick Mardi Gras: Country Style — Dottie Bundick Harvest Time — Amelia Coates SOAR - Save Our American Resources — ­ Mrs. R. D. Zink Holidays for All Good Ole Days — Maureen Fredette America - Something for Everyone — Sue Coleman Say It With Music — Mrs. Leland Riffle Happiness Is ____ — ­­­­ Mrs. Dean Sawdy Hollywood — Donna Shea Lest We Forget — Mary Potts Williams The Country Way USA — Barbara Davies The Four Seasons — Francis Volante Friends Helping Friends — Penny Dooley It's a Family Affair — Carolyn Dudley We are the People of the World — Anna Williams, O. C. Jacobson, Tammy Clark King George: Almost Heaven — John Nelson

1987 Life on the Potomac and Rappahannock — Barbara Ferrell 1988 We're Country and Proud of It — Linda Yancey 1989 Our Flag - A Treasured Heritage — Anne Zink 1990 Weren't We Nifty in the Fifties — Pat Clift and Anna McDonald 1991 Working Together - Making a Difference — K. G. NAACP 1992 Great Discoveries — Bonnie Finck 1983 One Moment in Time — Barbara Wisdom 1994 A Festival of Colors — Ruth Loving 1995 Come Alive in '95 — Marlene Therrien 1996 People Power - KGVFD 50 years — Mary Melber and Mildred Rollins 1997 Our Future - Our Pride - Our Kids — Betty Pearson 1998 Fall Festival 40 years Committee 1999 Moving Forward, Looking Back — Committee 2000 The Beauty of King George — Debbie Purks Straughn 2001 Share Your Heart - Volunteer — Janice Hill 2002 The Good Life — Pete Peregory 2003 Celebrate our Hometown Heroes — J. L. Huff 2004 Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue Jean Graham 2005 King George - We're the Best -Committee 2006 King George - Something for Everyone- Committee 2007 A Community of Volunteers-Committee 2008 Celebrate the Golden Year 2009 The Sounds of Freedom 2010 Be a Star - Kristy Satterfield 2011 Pride of King George 2012 Livin' the Dream Tanglez Customer

Previous Guests of Honor 1976 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992

Al Brumbry John Shaw John Allen Walter Gallahan Dr. Clarence Scranage Rev. Guy Mattox Benjamin Madison and Judith Lysher Madison T. Benton Gayle, Larry Roller Ed Jones Lucy Burgess Pete Sullivan

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2012

1993 Caroline Taylor, Sheila Quinn 1994 Robert Walters 1995 Phyllis Brown Ashton 1996 KGVFD Lifetime members 1997 Howard and Jeanette Yarus 1998 Former Fall Festival Chairs 1999 James Mullen 2000 Elizabeth Lee 2001 Homer & Virginia Kline 2002 Gov. Mark Warner 2003 Cedell Brooks & Ursula Oesterwinter

Dahlgren Rescue Squad (50th Anniv.) Sheriff Clarence "Moose" Dobson Gene Clift and Fred Clodius Fall Festival Committee U.S. Congressman Rob Wittman, State Sen. Richard Stuart, Delegate Albert Pollard Leola Dickinson Dennison Jermon Bushrod

Previous Fall Festival Chairmen 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

John M. Hunter Horace A Revercomb, Jr. F. Kent Cox Committee Members on Rotation James D. Hudson and Jay Powell F. Kent Cox Frederic Clodius James D. Hudson James D. Hudson E. Paul Warren Wayne Dennison James D. Hudson and Harrison Simons E. Paul Warren

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

Frederic Clodius Neill Baxter Ben Franklin, III James B. Howard Victor N. Fredette, Jr. George B. Williams Maureen Fredette Cynthia J. Hall Hank Van De Weert Hank Van De Weert Jerry Vienna Jerry Vienna Jerry Vienna John Nelson Olie Smith Hank Van De Weert


1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Howard Yarus Pete Sullivan Pete Sullivan Pete Sullivan James Coates James Coates James Coates Gary Butler Gary Butler

1997 Jim Sloop 1998 Jim Sloop 1999 Lloyd Adams 2000 Patrick Derby 2001 Patrick Derby 2002 Patrick Derby 2003 Patrick Derby & Tommy Burrell 2004 - 2013 Tommy Burrell

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Rep. Howard W. Smith Attorney General Robert Button Sen. Blake Newton Capt. W. A. Hasler T. Benton Gayle Capt. W. A. Hasler Sen. Paul Manns Adm. John J. Ballentine Capt. S. N. Anastasion Lt. Gov. J. Sargeant Reynolds Dr. Arnold Wintala James D. Hudson Horace A. Revercomb, Sr. Attorney General Andrew P. Miller Capt. C. J. Rorie Lt. Gov. Henry Howell Henry Tenenbaum Joan C. Owens Raymond Rock John Hunter Gordon Cartwright Ann Newton George and Delia Hall Brian Strobel W. W. Saft James C. Robertson Rev. Joseph Toliver Aubrey Zorn Benjamin Franklin, III,

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Hank Van De Weert Rufus Howland John H. Davis, Jr. Attorney General Mary Sue Terry Anna Gaborow Rev. Ted Reynolds Topper Shutt Larry Stephenson Susan Sablon Schiavone McGee Christopher Ferguson Lt. Comm. USN Grant Paulsen Hon. Tayloe Murphy Ronald McDonald Hometown Heroes Anthony Campbell Frank Herzog Fall Festival Committee Joan Owens & "Dutch" Clare (posthumously) Gertrude Ferrell Kevin MacDonald and Wesley Berry (Junior Parade Marshal) Ruth J. Herrink and Aldyn Abell (Junior Parade Marshal) Percy "Buddy" Fines Vic and Christine Mason

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1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

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King George New King George business begins a new Fall Festival tradition Delaine and Rodney have devoted their careers to helping aspiring artists and will continue that effort Saturday as they oversee the King George Idol Contest as part of this years King George Fall Festival. "We were approached to do a showcase for King George during the Fall Festival. We accepted and were quite excited" said Delaine Richards. "We began auditions. The last one was October 6." "Currently we have approximately 25 contestants. They will be broken into two groups, the young teens 15 and under and the teenagers 16 and above. There will be a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winner in each category. Each winner will receive a plaque and 1st place $100, 2nd place $50 and third place $25." "Each contestant will perform for approximately three minutes by stating their contestant number and the song they will be singing," Delaine Richards said. "We have 3 outstanding judges

– Didi Russell, CEO of VAWE Networking, Thomasina Perkins Washington Founder & CEO of Tru DIVA Production, LLC and Public Relation Representative for Josh Morgan (Redskins), Kurk Cousins (Redskins) and Kimberly Wiggins, CEO of the Blushfactor." "We have been doing talent management for 10 years. We began our journey when our oldest daughter Kiara began doing sports modeling and was photographed by Halsten out of Los Angeles. Then our son Rodney began working with agents in New York and Atlanta," Delaine Richards said. "During this time, we have gained a lot of industry knowledge, allies, colleagues we work with from other agencies, producers and artist. We began managing several talented models, actors and actresses and singers." "Madeline Broderson one of our models was 4th Runner up top model in the 2011 Miss Virginia

Junior Teen and she was on American Idol twice, "Delaine said. "We also work with singers to produce their first demo which includes original beats, lyrics, studio time and copyright. We work with them to get them use to performing then began sending their demos to radio stations and public relations representative for record labels." "We have other Idol events planned at other schools and plan to do one joint event that combines all the school in the summer of 2014. We also have an event planned for July 12th, a dinner showcase at the Fredericksburg Expo Center. It will be a Black/white event with dinner being served. Our guest speaker will be Stacy Lattisaw. She will speak, sing and do a book signing."

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King George The Taters to play at the KG Fall Festival

The Taters have been described as “Country rootspop with the genius songwriting of 60’s & 70’s powerpop, …a curious mix of Mavericks, Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison and The Beatles” (CDBaby). Billboard magazine calls it “American roots-rock with thoroughly modern, totally hip sensibilities”. No Depression magazine describes it like this:

“Think ‘Beatles For Sale’ if Marty Robbins were a primary influence instead of Carl Perkins.” The Washington Post says the Taters “Successfully combine the best elements of Buddy Holly with the vocal harmonies of the Everly Brothers.Part of the Bluemont family of performers.

The Taters Band is just one of many performers in the Bluemont family. Since 1976, the Bluemont Concert series has presented more than 5000 high quaity events to a combined audience of more than 2 milllion listeners in 68 communities in VA. Bluemont presents a wide variety of community events such as school concerts, workshops and assemblies; performances in hospitals and nursing homes; public concerts on the green; oldtime country dances, and special events around the region. These wonderful and affordable events have become part of the fabric of community life in communities throughout Virginia.

Chris Bryant & Made In The USA band to play Described as playing “dangerously accurate classic rock covers”, this band from Fredericksburg plays Classic rock from Asia to ZZ Top. They can play rock-n-roll hits spanning the decades from the 50’s through the 90’s, “Made in the USA” finds itself steeped in the classic rock genre of the 70’s. With songs that have three part harmony vocals to the more heavily driven guitar sounds, Made in the USA band will bring back the “good ole days” through their skills and expertise on the hits we all remember. For more information, and to listen to some of their music, visit madeintheusarockband. com today.

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Queen Contest is at 2 p.m. at KG High School Auditorium Tickets: $5/ adult, $3/ student

The Redskins Marching Band has become a Fall Festival tradition The King George Fall Festival has been a large part of the community since 1958. The Fall Festival is kicked off with an annual parade every year. The Redskins Marching Band has played an active role in the parade for the past three years. On Saturday, Oct. 12, will be their fourth year celebrating the Fall Festival with the King George Community. The King George Parks and Recreation Supervisor, Janine Paulsen, was looking to bring big bands and entertainment to the Fall Festival. Janine Paulsen met John White who had been coming to the Citizens Center for many years. She was discussing the possibility of obtaining the Redskins Marching Band for the Fall Festival Parade. Mr. John White chimed in and stated “My son Arthur White has been in the band for over thirty years”. Mr. White is also retired from the President’s Band. Once this conversation took place, Janine Paulsen was on the phone trying to make this happen and Mr. White was arranging transportation for the band. Manager for the band, Toni Cardenas has been one of the key contacts to work out logistics. Janine then made arrangements with the Vice President of NSWC Federal Credit Union, Charles R. Armstrong, to secure funding for the band and ever since, NSWC Federal Credit Union has been a proud sponsor for the Redskins Marching Band.

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Proud to be a part of the King George Fall Festival Tradition Come join us! The King George Chamber meets the second Monday of each month. For more information call 540-775-2024 or email CHAMBER OF COMMERCE P. O. Box 164, King George, Virginia 22485


Drum Major is John Carpenter and the Music Director is Eric Summers. You must be at least twenty-one years of age to audition for the band and if accepted, must be prepared for rigorous training every Wednesday night starting in April through the last game of the season. Come on out to the King George Fall Festival and celebrate with The Redskins Marching Band on Saturday, Oct. 12. Join in with everyone dancing in the streets and at the festival to “Hail the Redskins”. This combined partnership in the community has been wonderful and has been a joy for the community. Thanks again to John and Arthur White local residents for bringing the band to our community!

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The Marketing Administrator for the Credit Union, Robin Kuss, assists with coordinating the band for line up and coordinates with Janine Paulsen, who provides lunch for the band. This year Amir Patel, from the Dahlgren Subway will sponsor the lunch for the band. The Redskins Marching Band was established in 1937. The band has since supported all Redskins Football Games as well as performing throughout the local communities. Their membership included professionals from all walks of life. They have close to thirty band directors, teachers, attorneys, one District of Columbia Judge, engineers, college students and members of the military to name a few. Currently the

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King George Images of previous parades

The Fall Festival Parade starts at 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 12. Come celebrate the

24th Annual Bowling Green

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Love Thy Neighbor Love Thy Neighbor Community Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen is a ministry that was started by the leading of the Lord to do what He called us to do – Love our neighbors. God is sweeping through the county in beautiful ways! When people pray for help, He sends neighbors to help them. Our mission each month is to provide a hot meal with live music in an atmosphere of love and encouragement with free groceries for our guests to take home. We focus on food so folks in need can use their limited income for other necessities such as housing and utilities. We also deliver to shut-ins and those who are fighting illnesses. We are always in need of on-going and even one-time Food Drives. Can your business, family, neighborhood or organization do an on-going or one-time Food Drive to benefit your neighbors in need? The basic items we try to have each month are listed on our wish list. We’ve also started a campaign “Change For Change” to encourage everyone to collect their loose change at home, work or your local meetings and events to benefit Love Thy Neighbor as well. If you are interested, please clip this label for your collection jar today. Thank you to everyone who donates!

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What your King George Landfill does for you! • Single Stream Recycling - no more separating and sorting recyclable items You can recycle cardboard and metal cans along with newspapers, plastic, glass and aluminum Recycling extends the life of the landfill which means fees to King George County which means more dollars for County capital improvements!

• Convenient Drop-off Locations - Main Landfill site on Bullock Rd. (Rt. 655) and on Henry Griffin Rd. (Rt. 704) off Ridge Road at the Convenience Center. • Landfill Gas-to-Energy Power Plant converting methane gas to electricity and generating revenue for King George County The power plant converts landfill gas to revenue for King George.

• Hazardous Waste Disposal Day - Dec. 7, 2013 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Landfill hours: Mon. - Sat. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Sun. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed: New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving , and Christmas Day Waste Management operates the King George Landfill, which is owned by King George County.



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King George Fall Festival Queen Contestants

Miss Curtissa Roy Miss Samantha Roberts Tanglez Hair Salon

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Miss Karson Buckle Miss Savannah Carabin


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Miss Cameron Pelletier Origami Owl

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Fall Festival Queens 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

Ann Richardson Judy Griffith Linda Berry Sue Flaer Dina Schoenthal Jane Vaughan Gay Griffith Vickie Oesterheld Susan Farmer Loreena Hancock Dale Ranson Virginia Slusher Wendy Jones Debbie Braaten Mary Lynne McGinniss Rosemary Hales Susan Shaw Kathi Parsell Diane Innis Lisa Budnick Karen Childs Jill Farren Theresa DeBernard Karen Truslow Sheryl Hall Catherine Hudson Sheri Millan Beth Duffy Shelly Ferrell

1988 Cathy Burnley 1989 Kathy Kent 1990 Cassandra Lee 1991 Aileen Sharp 1992 Jackie Dunn 1993 Nathaline Nicole Swint 1994 Sarah Brennan 1995 Diane Soto 1996 Lorra Lee Pollard 1997 Collette Wolfe 1998 Amy Barker 1999 Christina Bogue 2000 LaShay Rose 2001 Lucy Mears 2002 Martina Mitchell James 2003 Samantha Taing 2004 Carleen Carey 2005 Kateland Clare Marie Schlemm 2006 Brittany Lynne Harris 2007 Carissa Loy 2008 Christianna Haenlein 2009 Allyson Gallamore 2010 Ray Celeste Tanner 2011 Amanda Short 2012 Victoria Bail


Mason’s King George Florist Miss Brittney Burrell Legacy Custom Homes, Inc.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013 5 K RUN/WALK & 1 MILE KIDS FUN RUN – 55 Years of Tradition Registration Registration begins August 15th: 5k Run/Walk begins at 8 AM $15 - Awards will be given to the top 3 male and female finishers in each age division. 1 Mile Kids Fun Run begins at 9:30 AM $10 – Each Fun Run participant will receive a medal. $5 Late Registration Fee applied after 10/1/13. Race begins and ends at the King George YMCA. forms: Available at any Rappahannock YMCA, King George Schools 5Registration K RUN/WALK &1 MILE KIDS FUN RUN – 55 Area Years of Tradition or online: register online at

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013 Registration Packet Pick Up &August Late Registration Registration begins 15th:

th Saturday, October 2-5 -PM 5k Run/Walk begins12 at 8from AM $15 Awards will be given to the top 3 male and female finishers in each age division. Race day: 6:30-7:45 AM 1 Mile Kids Fun Run begins at 9:30 AM $10 – Each Fun Run participant will receive a medal. $5 Late Registration Fee applied after 10/1/13. Race begins and ends at the King George YMCA. Registration forms: Available anyRun Rappahannock Area YMCA, King George Schools 5K Age Divisions KidsatFun or online: register online at 19 & Under 6 & Under 20-29 7-8 Packet Registration 30-39Pick Up & Late9-10 th from 2-5 PM Saturday, October 12 40-49 11-12 Race day: 6:30-7:45 AM 13-14 50-59 60 and up

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Fall Festival 5K Walk/Run

8 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 - KG YMCA

Community Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen


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 Our vision: To provide an atmosphere of love and encouragement to help our neighbors in need: We have an encouraging message, dinner with live music and free groceries to take home. Who we help: Anyone in need is welcome. We help many seniors on a fixed income, many disabled, and many underemployed with the most basic necessity – food -so they may use their limited resources for shelter and utilities. We also deliver to sick and shut-ins. How we do it: Through the kind and generous support of our Community and the grace of God. Each month we give away all donations and start the next month with empty shelves.

Please Donate New Unwrapped Toys

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Breakfast: Cereals, Oatmeal, Pop Tarts, Breakfast Bars Lunch: Peanut Butter & Jelly, Soup Dinner: Canned Meats/Veggies/Fruits, Beans, Rice, Pastas & Sauce, Mac & Cheese Tuna or Chicken Helper Hygiene: TP, Soap, Shampoo, Deodorant, Cleaners, Laundry Detergent, Diapers, Feminine Products

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King George A heartfelt thanks to those w e salu te “in memoriam” this y ear. With deep appreciation for the giving of your time and gifts, the committee and King George community says, Thank you for everything you’ve done for the Fall Festival and King George.

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• coached King George High School Cheerleaders • coached King George REC cheerleaders • assisted coaching All Star softball team King George • King George Cheer Clinics • was currently assisting coach little league softball in Richmond county • twirled with King George High School band.

William Edgar Sullivan (Mann) February 17, 1916 - January 11, 2013 William Edgar Sullivan (Mann) passed into heaven just before what would have been his 97th birthday on January 11, 2013. He was a lifelong resident of the Passapatanzy Community of King George County. Mr. Sullivan served in the Navy during World War II as an airplane mechanic. After the war he worked at the Marine Corps Base Quantico, then the American Viscose Plant in Fredericksburg. He went to work at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren for many years, where he retired as a refrigeration mechanic. He and his late wife Bernice C. Sullivan were Charter Members of the Fairview Beach Volunteer Fire Department and after the merge of 2000 became Life Members of the current King George Fire & Rescue.Mr. Sullivan was very dedicated to the Fire Department. He was the oldest living member of the department until his passing. Mr. Sullivan played Semi-Pro Baseball with the White Oak Team for many years, and was a long time player on the “Sullivan’s Softball Team” from White Oak for many years also. He loved bowling, quail hunting with his good friends Dr. Cherwek and Harry Bradshaw, deer hunting, and generally being out with nature. He was a member of the Fletcher’s Chapel United Methodist Church where he faithfully attended for a record of 36 years without missing a Sunday. During the winter months he frequently would take

• Fall Festival Pageant in 1992, placed in the top 5 • Started twirling and pageants when she was 7 years old along w/ parades • was a King George cheerleader from 8th grade to 12th grade • worked with the King George Fall Festival Pageants.

William Edgar “Mann” Sullivan wood to elderly people that burned wood and year round, until his health wouldn’t allow it. He would work on refrigerators and air conditioners for those who were less fortunate and not charge them for his services. Mann always had a smile on his face and was, until the very end, willing to help others in any way he could.

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Pratt Medical Center’s Locations King George Campus • 7697 Kings Hwy., King George Pediatrics ...................................... 540-775-6445 Dahlgren Campus • 16463 Dahlgren Rd., Family Medicine .............................540-644-9505 T. Stacy Lloyd Campus • 1451 Hospital Drive, Fredericksburg Gastroenterology ........................... 540-368-5350 OB/Gyn Center for Women ............. 540-899-5864 Ear, Nose & Throat.......................... 540-368-5350 Family Practice .............................. 540-785-7810 Nutrition Counseling ....................... 540-361-2040 Cardiac Diagnostic Center ............... 540-368-5384 Laboratory ..................................... 540-899-5877

Garrisonville • 392 Garrisonville Rd., Stafford Family Medicine ............................ 540-659-2111 Dermatology .................................. 540-659-2111 Frank Durcan Campus • 4701 Spotsylvania Pkwy., Fredericksburg Family Medicine ............................ 540-785-7810 OB/GYN ........................................ 540-834-5420 Pediatrics ...................................... 540-834-5430 Surgery ......................................... 540-834-5450 X-Ray, Mammo, Ultrasounds ............ 540-785-7200 Caroline Campus • 8051 Prosperity Lane, Ladysmith Pediatrics ...................................... 804-448-5445

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King George The Fall Festival Parade starts at 11 a.m. sharp. Route 3 will be closed east & west bound at 10:30a.m. From Dahlgren Rd/Rt 3 corner to Ridge Rd/Rt 3 light

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Parade START

RT 610 ~ Indiantown Road

List of Crafters The Treasure Chest 1942, LLC from Spotsylvania, VA   Tastefully Simple,Virginia Lyon A Unique House, from KG,VA Thirty One Gifts, Kim DeBruhl Kids stuff, aproms, Gail Lamirate Silpada Designs, Lisa Kinney King George Business Connect, Cheryl Yancey Anna's Accent, Anna Allard Southhill Designs Jewelry, Peggy Tyler For Every Home, Lorie Nijjar Charming Incentives, Lorie Nijjar Relay 4 Life, Ursula Oesterwinter Origami Owl Jewelry, Dina Weisenburg Handmade wreaths & Ornaments, Nancy Shattuck & Audry R. Cub Scout Pack 38 KG County office of Solid Waste Mgt Miche Bags, Kendra McDougall Hand crafted wood items, Richard Compton Avon, Delaine Richards KGES Pre-School, Melissa William Love Thy Neighbor group, Chris Buck Hand made jewelry, Gail DeAltley Country/primitive items,, James & Pamela Smith Misc, hats, bags, jewelry, Zainab Kamara Misc crafts & nautical items, Marty Galusha Dahlgren Heritage Museum, Jeron Hayes Journal Press, Jessica Herrink Papercrafts & stamps, Phyllis Muscolino Dr. Wendy Moore, dentist Jockey-person to person clothing, Sue Dickenson-Pennino


VA Center for Learning, Carolyn Berry Candy & confectionaries, Mary's Cakery & Candy Kitchen King George Chiropractic, Dr. Pallotti Account Inc. Hand Knitted Items,Vickie McKenney Gift baskets; baby & toddler gifts, Moneke Mack The Pampered Chef, Denise Alger Mary Kay, Laurie Schlemm Director Simply Bliss Salon & Spa Wire wrapped jewelry, Angie Zaluski KG Village Quilters Scentsy, Donald & Nancy Holloway Melaleuca, The Wellness Co., Lora Gunter Jewelry, Deborah Houchin Jewelry, scarves Angela Clay Four Star Creations, Linda Hollis Jewelry, scarves, wreaths, Katie Wheeler In Stitches Embroidery, Dianne Kaufman Hand Painted Gourds, Linda Scott Cut Right Now to Education, Cathy Cutright 2013 Fall Festival Queen Contestants Hand made hats & accessories, Barbara Anderson Organic/natural skin care, Georgia Smith MiA Bath & Body, Regina Bell Dew Photography, Dawn Whitmore Home made tote purses & more, Carol Harvey The Dance Box, Amy Atkinson Diaper cakes, Melissa Lamb KG Pre-school PTA, Melissa Lamb Paparrazzi Accessories, Diane Watsonlaine

The Craft Show is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the gym at King George High School.

KG Elementary School Parade Check-in

It is organized by The Journal as our contribution to the Fall Festival.

RT 205 ~ Ridge Road

East to Montross

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King george

Enjoy the 55th King George Fall Festival

We Offer Interstate Batteries and More! • Tune Ups • Oil Changes • Exhaust Systems • Systems • A/C Repair • State Inspection • Brakes

MONDAY - FRIDAY 8am - 5pm

540-775-2900 • Route 3 • King George

Congratulations on 55 Years of Tradition

55 Years of Tradition

Hometown Feeling With Uptown Style...

Enjoy All The Festivities of the 55th King George Fall Festival • Creative Cutting & Styling • Corrective Coloring • Foil Hi-Lo- Lighting • Tanning • Dimensional Coloring • Perms/Chemical Hair Straightening • Facials • Full Body Waxings • Updo’s, Styling & Makeup for Weddings & Special Occasions

Your Home Town Bank since June 17, 1913

Shawn Lawrence for

Shiloh District Supervisor “A Voice for your Concerns” Follow the campaign on Facebook

Rated one of the nation’s strongest banks. King George: (540) 775-2914 Fredericksburg: (540) 371-6889 Warsaw: (804) 333-3500

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Montross: (804) 493-8031 Dahlgren: (540) 644-9706

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Equal Housing Lender • Member FDIC

Paid for and authorized by Shawn L. Lawrence for Supervisor

Ethics • Service • Knowledge a Tradition with Lawn Care & Planting Landscaping and Design

Koontz Campbell “The Real Estate Lady” a Perennial Top Producer Your Local Real Estate Professional


Congratulations on 55 Years


11528 Ridge Road, King George, VA 22485

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King George Tire “55 Years of Tradition” • All Major Brands • Motorcycle Tires, Mounting & Balancing • Automotive/Truck Tire Balancing • Brake Work • Rims Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 8am - 5:30 pm Wed. 8am - 5pm • Sat. 8am - 1pm

(540) 775-0069


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9255 Kings Hwy, King George 7947 Kings Hwy. Kings George Each Office is Independently Owned & Operated

We Carry New & Used Tires

The Journal

Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013


King George Our reporters and staff live and work in our community. The

Pens in Many Colors from The Journal Print Shop Lynx Pen Product Colors: Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Black, Silver Imprint Colors: White, Black, Green, Red, Blue Gold or Silver

Blue Phoenix Custom Computers Quality systems Trusted Computer Repair

Call 540-775-2024 to subscribe • $22.50 a year

Or Subscribe on-line at and Save!

Vote Nov. 5

Re-elect cedell BRooks, JR.


We report the news and provide the background and context from our years of experience covering local government At a recent Farmers Market Day Dennis the Halflinger was getting some practice in dealing with people and noises to prepar for the Fall Festival Parade

Shiloh District Supervisor

I Support: • Funding for Quality Education • Public Safety • A voice for those less fortunate and needing help in our community. • Economic Development to strengthen the tax base. • Project Faith and its mission and concept.

• A plan to replace landfill revenue once the landfill is closed. • Renovation of Ralph Bunche School for public use to include a county museum. • Wireless Authority Board members to be composed of citizens.

I Don’t Support: • Non-customers of Service Authority paying to help reduce debt service that would not be fair to non-customers. To contact me please call 24 hrs a day at (540) 226-2309 (cell), (540 - 775-9465 (home) or email me at Paid for and authorized by Cedell Brooks, Jr.

Say “Thanks” to your customers in 2014 with Calendar Greeting Cards Order cards for all occasions from Call Steve Detwiler at 540-709-7288 or email for more information

Need a new computer? We can make it an awesome one inside and out!

Member FDIC

Just need some repairs? Diagnostics and estimates are FREE!!!!

Call Steve Detwiler at 540-775-2024 or email steve@ to order your promotional items

• Virus Removal • System format (reinstall Operating system) • Upgrades memory (RAM),graphics cards, solid-state drive (SSD) and more • Upgrades from Windows Vista and Windows 7 to Windows 8.


• Operating system Installation (Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8). • Software & Hardware Installation • Antivirus installation • Computer Tune Up

And Much More!

Call or text 775-378-0259


We are proud to participate in the King George Fall Festival! At Community Bank of Tri-County, we’re committed to supporting the communities where we live and work. With branches conveniently located throughout the region and a commitment to helping our customers make the most of their money, we think you’ll feel right at home at Community Bank. We invite you to contact Gale Marshall, branch manager, at 540-663-2050 to assist with all your financial needs.


Gale Mars

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Towing & Recovery 24 HOUR TOWING - VA STATE INSPECTIONS (540) 775-2699 • (540) 840-1161 9624 James Madison Pkwy King George, VA 22485

King George Gateway Shopping Center 16384 Consumer Row LOBBY HOURS:


M-Th 9am-4pm Fri 9am-6pm Sat 9am-4pm

M-Th 8:30am-6pm Fri 8:30am-7pm Sat 8:30am-4pm

Bryans Road • Charlotte Hall • Dunkirk • King George • La Plata • Leonardtown Lexington Park • Lusby • Prince Frederick • St. Patrick’s • Waldorf


Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013

The Journal

King George More images from the parade route

Anniversary Sale

Ceramic Tile Sale

In-stock Carpet Sale Stain-resistant Plush Installed over pad. We’ll install in 3 areas up to 45 sq. yards.

Shaw Point Guard

Sale Price




While supplies last! Includes take-up and moving regular furniture.

10% OFF

All Includes all Mohawk, Karastan, Shaw, ShawkMark, Dixie Homes and Milliken.

ADDITIONAL 10% OFF Already reduced pricing on all roll ends, rugs, and remnants.

Shaw’s “Power Buys”

Hardwood Flooring Sale

RESERVE sq. ft.

Somerset Hardwood “Value Collection” Park Avenue Laminate & Grand Illusions Premium Laminate 14


Dramatic Realism Through Greater Tile-To-Tile Variation

New Designs @ 10% Off List Price

Somerset Hardwood “Color & High Gloss Collection”

6 719 42

2 1/4 & 3 1/4





sq. ft.


6 745 57

sq. ft.



Floor prep and accessories extra

Less Tile-To-Tile Variation For A More Subtle, Refined Color

VINYL FLOORING SALE Duality Premium $2.83 sq. ft. or $25.42 sy. Duality Premium $2.94 sq. ft. or 26.43 sy.

FlexStep Good in to $1.10 sq. ft. or $9.90 sy. In-stock vinyl @ 90¢ sq. ft. (All Material Only)

(Materials Only Installation Available) • All Patterns On Sale



10% Off Karastan rugs


Now is the time to save on every gorgeous Karastan carpet and rug. Every Pattern. Every Color. Come in today and Check out our Samples.

2 1/4” $ 33 sq. ft.



4307 Dale Blvd., Dale City, VA

not afflilated with Shaw Industries, Inc.




Floor prep and accessories extra

Shaw’s Carpet, Inc. 4424 Lafayette Blvd., Fredericksburg


3 1/4” $ 64 sq. ft.


6 Months Deferred Interest w/payments 12 Months Deferred Interest w/payments • See Store for Details

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2013 King George Fall Festival Review  

A preview of the 55th Fall Festival Celebration in King George Virginia '55 years of tradition'

2013 King George Fall Festival Review  

A preview of the 55th Fall Festival Celebration in King George Virginia '55 years of tradition'