Page 1

BETTER SAFE THAN SICK

GET VACCINATED Ask your Pharmacist for a quick, free consultation.

- Shingles

- Pneumonia

- Tetanus *With most insurance plans. See pharmacist for details.

WHAT'S HAPPENING: Mitchells Presbyterian hosts pancake dinner 12

THE WEEKEND PAPER Local News. Local Voices.

24/7@culpepertimes.com

The most widely distributed newspaper in Culpeper.

FREE!

FEB. 15-21 2018

Hippie Chick Apiary wins Good Food Award 2 PWC earns certification 3 Bee Happy: What are Mason Bees? 8

CCHS GOES BLONDE

CUMC welcomes new praise and worship leader 10

PHOTO BY IAN CHINI

Alyssa Bauer portrays Elle Woods in the Culpeper County High School production of "Legally Blonde - The Musical, Jr." The musical will be presented Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. ➤ SEE FULL STORY BY JEFF SAY ON PAGE 6.

Secrets of the Library 11 Vol. 12 • No. 7 culpepertimes.com

LOVE AT FIRST BITE. Happy Valentine’s Day!

jerseymikes.com

765 NALLES MILL ROAD • CULPEPER, VA • 540-825-8453

FREE CHIP & DRINK! WITH ANY SUB PURCHASE

l $24.95MDea eal! tax not included

2 GIANT SUBS, 4 CHIPS & (4) 22 oz FOUNTAIN DRINKS

OFFER VALID ONLY AT CULPEPPER LOCATION OFFER VALID ONLY AT CULPEPPER LOCATION Hurry! Offer expires 3/4/18. One coupon per person per Hurry! Offer expires 3/4/18. One coupon per person per visit per day. Not to be combined with other offers. No visit per day. Not to be combined with other offers. No cash value. Redeemable in person only. 1605 cash value. Redeemable in person only. 1653


2

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

LOCAL NEWS

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

Hippie Chick Apiary wins 2018 Good Food Award ➤ Using flow hives, Culpeper business keeps honey pure By Jeff Say

CULPEPER TIMES STAFF WRITER

Hunter Diesman calls his mom “the bees knees.” It’s only fitting considering Dee and Joe Diesman’s latest venture has garnered them a national award. Dee and Joe, owners of Shear Love in Culpeper, started Hippie Chick Apiary almost a year ago and already have two and a half gallons of honey and a Good Food Award to show for it. The honey business was a sweet idea that came about when Hunter saw an idea on Indie Go-Go called a flow hive. Dee, whose father was a founding member of the EPA, liked the sound of the plan and decided to support it while they were living in Newport News. Shortly after, the family moved to Culpeper when she got an email saying that ➤ See Bees, Page 4

Joe and Dee Diesman check out one of the two flow hives in their backyard in Culpeper.

PHOTO BY JEFF SAY

Live for the moment. Live in motion. Novant Health UVA Health System Orthopedics & Sports Medicine providers are nationally recognized for quality care. Our experts provide advanced treatment options so you can live with less pain and get back the mobility that makes life’s little big moments.

UVA Orthopedics A department of Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center 540-321-3120 Start living with less pain. Visit nhuva.org/uvaortho. 17-PBY-2050 UVA Ortho AD_9-4X6.indd 2

11/6/17 9:07 AM


Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018 COMMUNITY NEWS

Powell Wellness Center earns medical fitness facility certification Powell Wellness Center has achieved certification by the Medical Fitness Association, the country’s leading organization dedicated solely to medically integrated fitness facilities. The certification process involves an in-depth, on-site review of a facility’s adherence to internationally recognized Standards and Guidelines for Medical Fitness Facilities. The Medical Fitness Association Facility Certification is recognized as a mark of excellence in the health and wellness industry. “We are proud to join a select group of industry leaders who are committed to improving health and promoting wellness through exercise. "The certification process has taken two years to prepare and represents a real team effort between our staff and volunteers.” said Eric Good, Director, Powell Wellness Center. As an MFA certified facility, co-medical directors, Drs. Armin Aalami Harandi and Brevard Wallace provide oversight for Powell Wellness Center’s medical fitness programs. A volunteer Medical Advisory Committee also advises staff in the development and oversight of fitness programs designed for people with chronic health conditions like obesity, heart disease, Parkinson’s, arthritis and more. “The importance of offering this integrated wellness approach across all age groups and income levels is vital to our community in helping to achieve better health both mentally and physically,” said Dr. Brevard Wallace, Medical Director, Powell Wellness Center. “This certification continues to advance our original vision for providing an atmosphere that allows all-around wellness for the entire community.” Powell Wellness Center provides fitness scholarships for people who are referred by their physician, meet income guidelines and actively participate in the program.

LOCAL NEWS

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

CULPEPER YOUTH SPOTLIGHT

Terri Hudgen (Editor's note: This is weekly series highlighting members of Culpeper's Youth Council. To join Culpeper Youth, go to www. culpeperyouth.org to apply. Why I joined Culpeper Youth: I am fortunate enough to be a part of the Youth Advisory Council and also be the secretary for Culpeper Youth. With that, I get to work with an innovative group of people to help advocate inclusion and allow voices to be heard from the youth of Culpeper. From this experience, I've learned the importance of communication, involvement in the community, and planning/networking. Culpeper Youth has given me the opportunity to find my voice and engrave myself into the community in ways I would have never thought of. I intend to use all that I have learned from Culpeper Youth after High school. In the fall I plan on attending Lasell College (in Boston, Massachusetts) majoring in Fashion Merchandising with a minor in entrepreneurship. Culpeper Youth has given me the tools I need to prosper in my new environment and future. I can't wait to embark on my new journey.

3

Powell Wellness Center Advisory Board Chair, Tripp Butler, has personal experience with the facility and said, “I am very excited about this important achievement at the Powell Wellness Center. I have seen firsthand the impact Powell has on our community. "In addition to my own activity at PWC, a local physician prescribed participation in the “Fit Scripts” program for a family member. Fit Scripts is a supervised exercise program that is a great way for people to increase their activity and improve overall health. "The positive, supportive atmosphere and variety of classes at Powell Wellness Center is impacting my family in a very humbling way.” Recently an Advisory Board member asked Good what MFA certification means to the members at Powell Wellness Center. He responded, “That’s a great question. MFA certification requires that our staff have industry-specific credentials to insure high quality programming. "It also means that we work closely with local physicians to help our members prevent illness and chronic disease, recover more quickly and completely after a medical event and that our staff are well-trained in emergency response and ensuring member safety. PWC is one of only three certified facilities in Virginia and offers a member experience that simply isn’t available elsewhere in our region.”

Find out about raising backyard birds at the Culpeper County Library Find out from our presenters, CFC Farm & Home Center Kristin Erlitz, Department Manager and Shaun Thomas, Niche Farm Specialist how to select the right bird for you and for your interest. Find out about the different types of birds, what is best for egg laying, meat, multipurpose birds, even pet and show birds. Find out how much care they take, and how to feed and house them. Did you want or need a rooster and how to keep your birds healthy. Join us to find out about raising backyard birds. Saturday, Feb. 17 from 10 to 11 a.m. in the Library’s meeting room.


4

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

➤ Bees, from Page 2 they needed to update their information as the hives were going into production. Nine months later, the hives showed up at their door and Hippie Chick Apiary was born. “Just like a baby,” Joe said with a laugh. By the time the hives arrived, it was too late to start so the Diesman family began their bee venture in March 2017. There has been trials and tribulations along the way one queen and her brood escaped, and they’ve had to deal with Varroa mites, an invasive bug from Asia. That however, turned out to be a blessing in disguise. They had to harvest early due to the mites, which led to them winning the Good Food Award. Business is buzzing The Diesmans are selling their honey on hippiechickapiary.com and decided to enter the Good Food Awards after joining the Good Food Guild. Their hives have two queens with 20,000 bees each at the moment. The broods can get up to 80,000 to 90,000 per colony in the summer. “They’re buzzing around here all the time,” Dee said. “With the flow hive, which a lot of beekeepers don’t like the flow

LOCAL NEWS

hive,” Dee said. The flow hives, which Dee says many traditional beekeepers don’t like, have food grade plastic frames that store the honey. The bees fill any void with wax and put the honey in, and the frames are capped when it’s full. Then a metal bar is inserted that breaks the seal and honey flows down and out - thanks to gravity - into a waiting jar. It’s more humane, Hunter says, as they don’t have to disturb the bees. “There’s no smoking, it doesn’t harm or disturb the bees at all,” Hunter said. The hive allows honey to be removed without opening or removing the frames, hence not disturbing the bees. “My delicious honey was extracted using new revolutionary Flow Technology which allows for the honey to be extracted from the hive without opening and removing the frames or disturbing the bees,” Dee said. “The Flow Method of harvesting allows for the honey to be removed from the comb without the need to strain or process in any way. This gives our honey the unique advantage of tasting exactly like honeycomb honey, which has not had it's flavor or composition compromised by any extraction processes.” They harvested two and a half gallons on their first try, but weren’t sure what to do next. Dee turned to

PHOTO BY JEFF SAY

Hippie Chick Apiary, of Culpeper, won a 2018 Good Food Award for their honey. a page in her Bee Culture magazine and saw an advertisement for the Good Food Guild and then the Good Food Awards. “I said I should join this Good Food Guild because they believe in the same concepts I do, like sustainability and chemical free healthy environment,” Dee said. “At the end of that membership application there was a category for honey for the Good Food Awards.” After passing their initial vetting, they Diesmans had to prove that there were no agrichemicals within a two and a half mile radius of their home. After filling out the information and being informed they were a finalist in November, they were named the winner in January at a ceremony in San Francisco. “The whole experience there in San Francisco, being amongst other honey producers, it was an amazing coveri adventure,” Dee said. “The people peper ng

Reach Your Customers Effectively Reach YourinCustomers

TREASURES ofTREASURES Culpeper Effectively in

of Culpeper

TTrereaassures ures of Culpeper of Culpeper

40

Advertise Treasures years CominginMarch 1st! of Culpeper and showcase Advertise in Treasures ofyour a ceofle bra Are you very vintage? Do what maketion s our comm business toand more than your unities so sp Culpeper showcase ecial you prefer primitive? Crave 16,000 prospective business to more than for collectibles? Culpeper’s customers. 16,000stores prospective antique have customers. something for anyone. Take Culpeper is known for its a tour of the areas treasures Culpeper isunique knownlocal for its wonderful, from years pastunique and marvel at the wonderful, local businesses. Treasures of Culpeper, unique finds we discovered along the way. businesses. Culpeper, published onTreasures Februaryof 22nd and inserted in the published on February 22nd and inserted in the to Also, Culpeper County Public Library celebrates Culpeper Times, promotes our special businesses Times, promotes ourfulfill special businesses to yearslocal in its current locationmarketplace. and your a20Culpeper large and regional

ars

of discovering Culpeper history at the Museum

ars

y at th e

coverieum peper ng y at th eum e

Spring/Summ er 2017

Fall/Winter 2017

B-13.75 --

Trim 12.75D

B-13.75 --

x

10.00W --

Trim 12.75

CmYK

D x 10.00W

provide colorf ul backgroun d of Culpeper ’s history 1

-- CmYK

inner videophile withregional a peek inside the Library of a large local and marketplace. Congress’ Packard Campus.

Be on the lookout for this special edition of Call today Call540.812.2282 540.812.2282 today Treasuresbusiness of Culpeper onFebruary March 1st! totofeature in the the 22ndissue. issue. featureyour your business in February 22nd If you missed advertising in this issue, the next edition of Treasures of Culpeper will be publishing this August!

It’s YouNeed. Need. It’s Everything Everything You

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

1

1

1

we met were amazing.” It’s a family affair for the Diesmans as everyone chips in to help - sons Justin, Michael, Hunter, Patrick and Michael’s girlfriend Leilani. Dee said adding to the ecosystem in Culpeper has been a joy, noting that in the past year her neighbors have said their bees have been helping pollinate all over. “Since we’ve done this, we’ve had people tell us their gardens were more fruitful than any year prior to us being here,” Dee said. “The flowers we planted were good up until our first frost in November.” The bee business is all about being natural, for Dee. “For me it’s providing the allnatural bee product as they make it,” Dee said. “We don’t put it in a centrifuge and blend the flavors. Each one of those frames will taste different depending on what they’ve pollinated.”


Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

LOCAL NEWS

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Hip pain prevented Carol from enjoying her favorite activities. An orthopedic consultation led to total joint replacement - and now she’s feeling great.

I’m back in the swing of things.

After years on the green, Carol’s hip pain was debilitating. But now she’s back to golfing and loving it. Our network of orthopedic physicians, nurses, physical therapists and pain management professionals offer expert diagnosis, treatment and recovery - getting you back to doing what you love.

Fauquier Hospital is Gold Seal of Approval® Certified for Total Hip and Knee Replacement by The Joint Commission, the premier health care quality improvement and accrediting body in the nation.

From consultation and surgery to rehabilitation, we provide coordinated and comprehensive care during your total joint replacement experience. Call (540) 316-DOCS or visit FauquierHealth.org for more information.

5


6

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

LOCAL NEWS

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

Presidents Day Only - Feb 19, 2018 Your last name the same as a US President? Get your taxes prepared for Free! Bill Glenz - Liberty Tax Service

500 Meadowbrook Shopping Center Suite 240 - Culpeper, VA 22701 (In front of the Weis, next to Dunkin’ Donuts & Mamma’s Pizza)

P 540.825.4625 CulpeperVA@libertytax.com

W

NO

NO

EN

W

OP

OP

EN

Sonia’s Bakery and More Panaderia & Pupuseria

https://www.facebook.com/soniaspanaderia Hours: Monday-Saturday 7 am - 7:30 pm

540-423-7253

Closed Sunday

437 Meadowbrook Shopping Center Culpeper, VA (near Eagle Postal)

HealingHands MASSAGE THERAPY

13199 Elk Run Rd Bealeton Va. 540-439-6502 Call to make an appointment

STAGING SPECIALIST

Julia Foard-Lynch, Realtor THE FOARD-LYNCH GROUP Julia Foard-Lynch, Realtor Relocation Specialist | Interior Designer 492 Blackwell Road, Warrenton 540-270-4274 (c) 540-347-2250 (o) Julia.FoardLynch@LNF.com

Serving Culpeper and the surrounding counties, with excellence in Real Estate since 2005.

*Complete Design/Build *Patios *Walls *Ponds *Irrigation *Outdoor Kitchens *Lawn Mowing *Maintenance Programs

CALL 540-727-8835 TODAY! 511 Germanna Highway, Culpeper, VA www.sherbeyns.com

PHOTOS BY IAN CHINI

Paulette (Skylar Hagen) convinces Elle Wood (Alyssa Bauer) not to dye her hair brown during Culpeper County High School's production of "Legally Blonde - The Musical, Jr." The musical will be presented Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.

'Blonde' is beautiful ➤ CCHS theatre presents 'Legally Blonde - The Musical, Jr.' this weekend By Jeff Say

CULPEPER TIMES STAFF WRITER

"Omigod You Guys," Elle Woods is coming to Culpeper. Culpeper County High School’s theatre production of “Legally Blonde - The Musical, Jr.” will be presented Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. CCHS fine arts teacher Maxi Mitchell said the students helped choose the musical, which is based on the novel “Legally Blonde” by Amanda Brown and the 2001 film of the same name starring Reese Witherspoon. “What we do is present four musical options that the directing team selects at the end,” Mitchell said. “We let the kids vote to get their input and we come to

Cindy Thornhill Associate Broker CCIM, CGB, CMP

Each Office Inependenlly Owned and Operated

a decision together. This is a marriage of the students choice and the director’s choice.” The story is based on the the novel “Legally Blonde” by Amanda Brown and the film that stars Reese Witherspoon. It tells the story of Elle Woods, a sorority girl who enrolls at Harvard Law School in an attempt to win back her ex-boyfriend Warner. She finds that she has a natural propensity for law and helps defend exercise queen Brooke Wyndham in a murder trial. It shows how believing in oneself can help you defy expectations. “It follows the storyline very closely, with musical numbers added in,” Mitchell said. Alyssa Bauer plays Woods, while Micah Leuterio performs as Warner. Chad McKnight plays her Harvard Law love interest Emmett Forest and Skylar Hagen is Paulette, the beautician.

601 S. Main St. Culpeper, Virginia 22701 Cell: 540.229.6400 Office: 540.825.1613 Fax: 540.825.3890 Email: cindy.thornhill@c21nm.com www.cindythornhill.com

➤ See Blonde, Page 7


LOCAL NEWS

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018 ➤ Blonde, from Page 6 “I grew up on the movie, my mom and I love it and we watch it all the time,” Bauer said. “It’s really a dream come true.” Bauer said the message of the musical is an uplifting one. “I like how optimistic she is, I like to think I’m like that in my everyday life,” Bauer said. The play opens with the Delta Nu sorority sisters singing “Omigod You Guys,” as they prepare for Elle to be proposed to by Warner. Instead, he breaks up with her as he goes off to Harvard Law, saying he needs to date someone more “serious.” That leads to Woods following him, earning entry in the Harvard and finding out he has a new girlfriend. She goes to Paulette’s hair salon to become a brunette, convinced that will make her more serious. Hagen, utilizing a New England accent, talks her off the ledge. “It was a little difficult at first, I was kind of nervous to do the accent,” Hagen said with a laugh. “I just kind of went

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

with it and it came out.” Hagen said she was excited to find out the school was doing a production of Legally Blonde, and says her favorite number in the play is “Bend and Snap.” “All the girls help Paulette get guys, and she’s not having it,” Hagen said. McKnight said it was a little weird getting into the role as a Harvard “preppie.” “It’s definitely a little weird, I think I carry myself a little different than a Harvard person does,” McKnight said. His favorite number in the musical is “Legally Blonde.” “I just think it’s such a fun and exciting show, it’s one of the few heartfelt moments,” McKnight said. Mitchells said the cast and crew of more than 50 have been working on the show since December, practicing the grueling transitions and 15 musical numbers. “We’re using one of our new fly systems, we have projections,” Mitchell said. “It’s the fastest transitional show we’ve ever done. Everything is very fast paced.” Tickets at the door are $5 for students and $10 for adults.

7

ESTATE LAW CENTER, PLLC

Katherine S. Charapich, Esq. EstateLawCenter.com

ESTATE PLANNING ELDER LAW BUSINESS LAW (w) 540-812-2046 291 E. Davis St., Suite 320, Culpeper, VA 22701

Randy’s Flowers by Endless Creations Flowers for all occassions

We have tuxedos for prom and weddings!

Birthday, Anniversary, Wedding, Sympathy

540.825.4440 540.825.7686 ecflowersandgifts.com randysflowers.com culpeperweddingflorist.com 211 West Evans Street (off Sperryville Pike) Culpeper, VA 22701

EXPERIENCE | COMMITMENT | RESULTS

Best

20I7

TOP: Alyssa Bauer and Chad McKnight perform in Legally Blonde. (BOTTOM) Bauer and the girls of the Delta Nu sing "Omigod You Guys."

Family Law Business Law Criminal Law Traffic Violations

of

W A R R E N T O N

“Best of Warrenton” for 7 years in a row

Estate Planning Landlord/Tenant Collections Civil Litigation

67 West Lee Street, Unit 102 Warrenton, VA 20186

540-347-4172

www.mariewashingtonlaw.com

NORMA GIBBS

Put years of experience to work for you! Founders Club Member 2010-2015 15169 Montanus Drive Culpeper, VA 22701 Office: 540-829-7900 Direct: 540-825-2424 Cell: 540-229-9026 njgreal@aol.com

®

TRIPLE IMAGE

Take advantage of the highest prices paid in your area for your old coins, currency, scrap gold, silver and more! Thom O’Connell

Desiree Amirgholi 703.303.2881

I don't wait for buyers, I go get them! www.StartCountryLiving.com

main office 703.665.3362

Owner tripleimage@tripleimage.ws 108 W. Cameron St. Culpeper, VA 22701

540-829-1050 540-718-9101


8

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

HOME & GARDEN

Making a commitment to Mason Bees BEE HAPPY Felecia Chavez

Happy February Culpeper! I don’t know about you but I am so ready for spring, for me that has always been a time of renewal and I am anxiously waiting for the weather to start warming up, things to start blooming, and my bees to

become active. On some of the warmer days this past winter we’ve we were able to see the bees flying in and out of the hives which did my heart good. Even though this winter was bitter cold I knew we had done everything to insure they would make it into spring, but there are times you find yourself second guessing and find if a hive isn’t as strong as you thought it was you might find you’ve lost them. The first time I lost a hive I was so upset I found myself crying, and kept

asking myself, what could I have done differently? It happens, all you can do is put on your big girl/boy bee suit and carry on, that’s how we beekeepers roll! There have been many people

Join. Give. See Lives Change. Become a Change Maker. Spare change each month can add up to make our communities better for everyone! That's The Power of Change.

Join Today. REC members can sign up today by calling 800.552.3904 or by visiting www.thepowerofchange.org

that have come into my shop and have asked about Mason Bees. They cannot make the commitment for becoming a beekeeper but would like to do something on a smaller scale to help our pollinators and often the questions asked are; how much time and effort do they take, do they have to do any maintenance, will they work for pollinating gardens? Well this year I am going to find out how well these little creatures do. But first a few facts about mason bees which are native to the Americas, are of hardier stock and are more resilient, they are low maintenance, and are less aggressive then their honey bee sisters and do sting, I have been told that their sting is unlike the sting of a honey bee and more like a mosquito bite (people are always asking me if I ever get stung and does it hurt? My answer? Yes, and Yes. I do not like getting stung, but it happens, it is not an excruciating pain but does hurt, but that’s just me, my husband can get stung and it doesn’t bother

him as much, go figure!) The mason bee does not forage as far as a honey bee and stays in close proximity to a much smaller area such as 300 feet from their home. Mason bees spend their entire life cycle, which is about 6-8 weeks continually pollinating, cross pollinating, and collecting pollen whereas a honey bee hive requires closer inspection and monitoring. The great thing about mason bees is that the startup cost is very minimal, and they are less susceptible to disease, pests and are great for a backyard garden. There are a number of places you can buy mason bee houses such as your local garden centers with many price ranges. I am excited to start this small adventure and will keep you posted on my mason bees! Felecia Chavez is the owner of La Bee da Loca located at 236 E. Davis Street in Culpeper. You may reach her at 703975-2966.


HOME & GARDEN

Soil and Water Conservation news

www.culpeperhomesinfo.com

Free recorded message 1-844-883-3910 ID# 1013 EXIT Cornerstone Realty 609 S. Main St. Culpeper, VA 22701

C O TT AG E!

E! O M H

C O U N TR Y

ST O M U C

• 3BR / 2 1/2BA • Master on Main • Hardwood Floors • $286,900 • OR10121330

Mike Butters - 540-718-6609

Holly Westergaard - 540-729-9333 C O N TR AC T!

Unionville

U N D ER

U N D ER

PE RF EC TI O N !

Mike Butters - 540-718-6609

C O N TR AC T!

Reva Area

• 2BR / 2BA • 25 Acres • Full Walk Out Basement • $285,000 • MA10044847

Cardinal View

Dutch Hollow

Greene Acres

• 4BR / 3 1/2BA • Whole House Air Sanitizer • Hardwoods Throughout • $399,999 • CU10145186 Dana McGushin - 540-538-4503

• 4BR / 3 1/2BA • Master on Main Level • Partially Finished Basement • $292,500 • CU10091603

• 4BR / 2 1/2BA • Great Hardwood Floors • 2 Car Garage • $196,000 • GR10074411

R DE UN

North Ridge

CO NT RA CT !

! CT RA T N CO

Mike Butters - 540-718-6609

UN DE R

Mike Butters - 540-718-6609

South Wales

Orange Estates

• 4BR / 2 1/2BA • Full 3 Levels • Spacious Kitchen • $324,000 • CU10079009

• 3BR / 2 1/2BA • Master on Main • All-Brick on 2 Lots • $435,000 • CU10134944

• 4BR / 3 1/2BA • 3 Finished Levels • Oversized Rec-room • $259,200 • OR10099305

Mike Butters Butters -- 540-718-6609 540-718-6609 Mike

Mike Butters - 540-718-6609

Mike Butters - 540-718-6609

For Information Call

!

M

U N D ER

O

VI

DI

E-

LE

B SI

C O N TR AC T!

SI T

E!

The Butters Team! H

Before you list your home for sale, order this Free Special Report that reveals how to sell your home for the most amount of money, and avoid making 9 common, costly mistakes.

Anderson Meadows

G R

EMPTY NESTERS

! TE ET RM FA

• 4BR / 3 1/2BA • Media Center w/ Sports Bar • 3 Finished Levels • $522,750 • CU10005120

C O N TR AC T!

we’ll have American elderberry, Black walnut, northern red oak, white dogwood, Eastern redbud & Eastern white pine. Click here for a flyer: http://www.culpeperswcd.org/ wp-content/uploads/flyer-01.03.18. pdf Our Winter 2018 newsletter is here: http://www.culpeperswcd. org/wp-content/uploads/culp-swcdnletter-02.18.pdf Have a septic system? Nearly everyone is eligible for a pump out! There aren’t any income requirements, although lower income folks may be eligible for higher cost share rates. For more information: Culpeper: Amanda McCullen at 540-825-8591 ext. 1003 or amandac@culpeperswcd.org Greene & Orange: Henny Calloway at 540-948-7531 or hennyc@ culpeperswcd.org Madison & Rappahannock: EJ Burke at 540-825-8591 ext. 1008 or ejb@culpeperswcd.org Winter Burn Ban begins on February 15 at 4pm! For more information click here: http://dof.virginia. gov/fire/faqs-burning.htm Do you have drainage issues in your yard? Want to change your driveway to porous pavers? Want to reduce your mowing & attract native wildlife? We have a cost share program to help you! Contact Richard Jacobs at richardj@culpeperswcd.org for more information.

9

EXIT Cornerstone Realty Shows YOU The Way HOME!

U N D ER

There are only 20 spots left for the wildly popular Woods & Wildlife, back for the 14th year! It is Saturday Feb. 24 in Culpeper and includes sessions for small landowners, large landowners and anyone with an interest in woods or wildlife. It’s my favorite event that doesn’t involve students. Click here for registration info: http://www. culpeperswcd.org/wp-content/uploads/WW-Brochure-2018.pdf Want to send your child to summer camp? Students ages 13-16 are eligible for Forestry Camp and students in grades 9-12 are eligible for Youth Conservation Camp! Parents pay a minimal amount. Details are on our website at: http://www. culpeperswcd.org/education-programs/summer-camps/. Are you a high school senior or college student that plans to or is majoring in anything related to natural resources? We have a scholarship program! Awards range from $500-$1,500 for students that study environmental science, agriculture, geology, environmental/ag engineering and more! Visit our website for an application (due 4/18): http://www. culpeperswcd.org/education-programs/academic-scholarships/ Our very successful tree sale is back for a 3rd season! This year,

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

EA T

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

Dogwood Valley

• 7.77 Acres • Buildable Lots • $20,000 • GR10103047

Mike Butters 540-718-6609 Veteran Owned Serving the Entire Virginia Piedmont

Reva Area

• 7.70 Acres • Road Frontage • $67,500 • CU8568638

Mike Butters 540-718-6609

19.76 Acres

• Rt. 522 - Culpeper • Divisible - 2 lots • $185,000 • CU10101017

Mike Butters 540-718-6609

609 S. Main St., Culpeper VA 22701

www.EXITCornerstone.com

(540) 825-9898


10 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

LOCAL NEWS

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

New worship leader Pass brings her vision to CUMC By Amy Wagner

CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Culpeper United Methodist Church has joined forces with a sought after speaker, worship leader, song writer and recently published author whose vision includes transforming Sunday morning worship into a more openly expressive relationship with God. Denise Pass began her journey with CUMC on January first of this year as the Praise and Worship leader for the 9:29 a.m. service. Pass came to CUMC during a time of transition. Two new youth leaders arrived late fall of 2017 and the church body had been undergoing a leadership transformation that recently led to hiring of an Executive Director. Pass is not disheartened in any way however, noting that her acceptance at CUMC was a calling from God. “I believe every church has their seasons, challenges and victories. I had been praying to be sent somewhere if that was His will. I am amazed at the graciousness of people at Culpeper United Methodist” Pass said last week. Pass served nine years in a wor-

ship leader role at New Life Community Church in Louisa prior to this appointment. “I felt a nudging from the Holy Spirit to move on,” said Pass who felt led to allow someone else to step into her previous position. Following a personal crisis in 2007 that dramatically affected her life Pass found healing and restoration and uses her ministry and songs to speak to others and lead them to God’s truth. “God has brought her through a lot and she is in a place to be able to minister to others in their pain to bring a deeper level of healing and hope,” said lead Pastor Randy Orndorff who is excited about the talent, gifts, passion and experience Pass brings to CUMC. Pass describes herself as “the real deal” using words like authentic, humble and passionate. A meaningful worship experience is important to Pass. “I could never have the power to lead someone to God – it’s their choice. If I can provide authentic space where they can meet God, I want to do that. In church we can often be silent and I want them {congregation] to know that worship is a relationship with God. Worship is an expression of

COURTESY PHOTO

Denise Pass joined Culpeper United Methodist Church as the Praise and Worship leader in January. Him,” she said recently. Orndorff said Pass “not only moves us to worship through songs and scriptures on Sunday mornings, but to go live it out in our homes, community, schools, work places and neighborhoods each day”. Pass lives in Unionville with her husband Clay and they have five children. Pass has recorded several CDs including Praying for You, recorded

in Nashville in 2005, and most recently Seeing Deep, in 2015. A published author with the Upper Room, Pass recently wrote a book, Shame Off You, which will be published this fall and has a podcast, www.blackandwhitepodcast. org, starting this month which will address relevant issues, speaking truth with hope. ➤ See Pass, Page 11

CULPEPER COUNTY

PARKS & RECREATION Welcoming New and Former Patients

initiation to creative writing: Language WOrkshop

Language

DR. MILES W.Workshop PRESS Optometrist Eye Care for Entire Family Mon., Wed., & Thursday | 10 am - 6 pm Saturday | 10 am - 3 pm

540-825-3937 (EYES) eyecareofvirginia.com Most Insurance Accepted

AMD TESTING

Get tested for Age-Related MAcual Degeneration with the new DNA teSt today!

Come join local published author, Lucie Gabrielle Jolicoeur-Rousseau (pen name Gabrielle Russo) for an intro to creative writing. In the world we live in today, mastering the written form has become primordial, and like any art form, Literary Creation needs a mastery of basic skills to assist talent and imagination. This workshop will cover narrative voice and character personality, teach you how to use the nuances of language to give information to your reader without saying it outright. First class will explain this concept. Second class you will get an idea of the many ways this can be done with example texts. You will then write your own original composition, which we will discuss as a group during the third class. Open to ages 15yrs & up.

Optometric Physician 801 James Madison Hwy. • Culpeper, VA 22701 - Located in Walmart Super Center -

Register By: 2/22 Wednesdays - 2/28-3/14 (3 Weeks) 6:00-7:30p - $60

FOR MORE INFORMATION www.CulpeperRecreation.com l 540-727-3412


LOCAL NEWS

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

The celebration begins in March SECRETS OF THE LIBRARY

The Culpeper County Library celebrates the 20th Anniversary at its current location. On Friday, March 2, the celebration will begin with something that many people have never seen. An 18 hole miniature golf course will be set up throughout the stacks. The Library will close at 3:00pm that day so the course can be set up. The doors will reopen to the public from 6:00pm to 9:00pm for a Homemade Dessert Buffet and Mini Golf for a five dollar fee. Pre-registration is required. To pay the fee, stop by the Circulation Desk at the Library any day through February 26, 2018. On Saturday, March 3, the course will still be set up for use on a first come, first served basis. This is a free event. Calfee Garden Club members will be adding to the decoration with beautiful floral arrangements. Sponsors are needed to decorate each hole with obstacles for the golfers to play around. The purpose is to

depict your particular business. If you would like to sponsor and join in the fun, contact Kathy Clevenger at 540825-8691 or visit www.cclva.org for more information. Starting on March 5 there will be an interactive Social Media Scavenger Hunt for items in the Library. The participants will be tasked to find two things each Tuesday and Friday. This will be a Facebook challenge. After the last challenge, the first person who found the most objects will receive a prize. Each week of the month, “Word Find Puzzles” will be available. Puzzles are different for children and adults. When all the words are found and it is handed in to the Circulation Desk, the person will receive a small gift. Their name and email will be entered into the large drawing for a basket donated by community businesses. Posters with a collage of pictures depicting the 20 year Library history will be in different locations throughout the building. There are many plaques on the walls honoring those community members who contributed to different areas. The original blueprints of the Library and the most popular books of 1998

➤ Pass, from Page 12

talists and audiovisual people, “that they would be greatly encouraged”. “It’s not just singing a song. I want to live these lyrics together; it unifies the church,” she said. Pass invites women to attend a women’s retreat at CUMC February 23 – 25 where she will be the keynote speaker and worship leader. More information about the renewal conference can be found on the church website at www.culpeperumc.org.

Fran Cecere

Pass has a vision for the contemporary 9:29 a.m. service at CUMC. “First and foremost when people come into church, that they are accepted. There is a freedom in worship – to clap, dance, be authentic and encounter God. I hope their hearts are prepared once the songs are done so they can hear the sermon.” As far as the team, which includes other vocalists, instrumen-

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

will be on display. Other historical objects, such as the card catalog will be featured. The youth of today can learn about the cataloguing system used before computers became popular. An informational poster on top of the card catalog will explain how the information on the paper cards became computer data. Who used the Machine Readable Records (MARC) system to convert the data? Where was this work done? And why were these special workers employed to do this? On March 10 the Fifth Annual Culpeper Tells will be presented at the Culpeper Baptist Church. The afternoon activities are from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The three story-tellers are Josh Goforth, Ed Stivender, and Charlotte Blake Alston. For the first time this year, as part of the afternoon events Stivender will be presenting a storytelling workshop. Again this year there will be a Story Slam. Amateur storytellers can submit their names into a hat and may be selected to tell their story on stage for a chance to win a cash prize. The dinner break is from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to dine at some of the downtown restaurants who offer discounts if Culpeper Tells is mentioned. The evening performance begins at 7:30pm and this includes all three of the national story-tellers. The tellers are funny, poignant, and educational. Elana Clements one of the event coordinators stated, “Every one of us

11

is a storyteller. Culpeper Tells is such an inspirational event. Each year I leave wanting to share my own stories and reconnect with family and friends through them.” In addition to presenting at the main event, Josh Goforth and Ed Stivender will be telling stories at six Elementary Schools on Friday, March 9. This is the second year of partnering with the Culpeper County Public Schools to give students the opportunity to experience storytelling from some of the best professional storytellers in the country. It has been well received by the students and the teachers. Kelly Rozwadowski co-coordinator of the event said, “ Sharing stories brings us together as a community, highlighting how much we have in common. Storytelling fires the imagination with its vivid descriptions, providing a creative spark that can help students with their assignments and projects. It is also great practice to help us all become better listeners.” This part of the program is supported by The Meade-Palmer Grant from The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation and The Friends of the Library. While there will be activities celebrating the 20th anniversary, all regularly scheduled activities will continue to be offered during the month. For public transportation, The Culpeper Trolley has a bus stop at the Library. For more information see www.cclva.org or the Library Facebook page.

Flooring Specialists & More... Flooring Specialists & More...

SADDLERY - CLOTHING GIFTS - PET FOODS 540-675-1650 www.horsenhound.com horsenhound1@msn.com

20%OFF

ANY CLOTHING & FOOTWEAR *Good thru February 28th, 2018 *MUST PRESENT COUPON

667 Zachary Taylor Hwy. (Rt. 522) Flint Hill, VA 22627

from One One Location Location for for 51 51 Years! Years! from from One Location for 51 Years! Mon - Fri 9 am to 5 pm | Sat is 10 am to 4 pm

Mon. - Fri., 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sat. 10 - 4 p.m.

Mon - Fri 9 am to 5 pm | Sat is 10 am to 4 pm


12

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

What’s Happening 02/15•02/21

PANCAKE SUPPER • Mitchells Presbyterian Church will host its annual pancake and sausage dinner Feb. 17.

Cyclone Comedy Club

CULPEPER y Club edFEB.

t

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

cycloneboosters.eventbrite.com. At door ticket sales $20 for adults and $15 for students.

SHAMROCK SHUFFLE 5K

CHURCH GROUP • St.

Stephen’s Episcopal Church – Women’s Group The Order of Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism, making a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and following Him as Lord of their lives. Please contact us for more information. Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street | 540-825-8786 | ssec@ststephensculpeper.net |www.ststephensculpeper.net.

, 2018

0 PM

uditorium

SPAY YOUR PETS • The

Season are Changing! Perfect time to get your cat and dog spayed and neutered. Spay Today's our area's non-profit, reduced-priced spay and neuter program. CHOOSE from MANY vets throughout the area. Contact Spay Today: https://spay-today.org or call 304.728.8330.

Cyclone Comdey Club Nigh will be held Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m.

February at 2 p.m. at the Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 S West St. in Culpeper. Local citizens are invited to attend and cheer on Culpeper's finest musicians. The winners of the local contest will be joined by winners from other locations in our Region for a similar contest to be held at the same location, same time on March 4 beginning at 2 p.m.. Winners from both contest will receive cash prizes and the winners of the second contest will continue competing first at District, then State and if continued success they will represent our area in the national contest.

oil. You do not need to be a member of the church to attend.

SPAGHETTI DINNER •

Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary will host a Spaghetti Dinner Feb. 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. (or until the food is gone). Adults - $8, Children 6-12 - $5, children 5 and younger - free. Carry outs available. Parking in rear of firehouse. Spaghetti with Homemade Italian Sauce, Salad, Bread, Dessert and Beverages. All you can eat!

1.5 hours of fun s=CONTEST ianBLAND   CLUB ceCOMEDY st- AudienEVHS he Night Conte PRAYER SERVICE members  • The Culpeper Mid-Day Lions is proud to announce that they once again are hosting the annual local contest featuring vocal and instrumental talent in honor of renowned musician James Bland a 1873 graduate of Howard University. Mr. Bland wrote more than 700 songs, the most famous being "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny, the state song of Virginia from 1940 until 1997. This contest is scheduled for 18

• Reformation Lutheran Church, will hold their monthly Healing Service on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 601 Madison Road, in the Town of Culpeper.The Healing Service begins at 6 p.m. After the service prayer teams will be available for personal prayer and anointing with

• Cyclone Comedy Club Night will be held Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m. The Cyclone Boosters welcome Reese Waters and another comedian for 1.5 hours of fun. Advance ticket sales are $15 for adults and $10 for students (high school students show student ID). Make checkes payable to EVHS Athletic Boosters. Online ticket sales at www.

• The Shamrock Shuffle 5k run/ walk will be held March 17 at 9:30 a.m. Check in begins at 8 a.m. Registration is $40 for an individual or $70 for a couple. $25 for a student and $12 for the youth 1K. The race will be held at Verdun Adventure Bound, Rixeyville. Proceeds benefit the Blue Ridge Chorale of Culpeper, Inc. Sign up online at www.brcsings.com.

FEB. 15

LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Culpeper’s Kate Hohman at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover.

FILM • “Lawrence of Arabia” (Columbia, 1962) David Lean directed this epic adventure based on the exploits of T. E. Lawrence during World War I organizing and leading the Arab revolt against the Turks. Peter O'Toole plays Lawrence larger than life, while the supporting cast includes Omar Sharif, Anthony Quinn, and Alec Guinness. The film was added to the National Film Registry in 1991. 7:30 p.m. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.


Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

What’s Happening FEB. 16

LIGNUM RURITAN SHRIMP DINNER • Lignum Ruritan

Club will have a Shrimp Dinner

LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a from, 5 - 7 p.m. at the Ruritan drink to Culpeper’s David Gilmore at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover.

FILM • “The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band” (Live) Self-described as “five guys and a scrubboard, with roots like wisdom teeth,” the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band from Goodlettsville, Tennessee is the most entertaining "blast from the past" since Lester ‘Roadhog’ Moran and the Cadillac Cowboys. They not only know the music, they wear the costumes, tell corny jokes and even do slapstick gags. Tickets are required for this free event and can be reserved at https://tennesseemafiajugband. eventbrite.com beginning January 16, 2018 at 9 a.m.

FEB. 17

QUILTING • Join others each

Saturday who enjoy quilting at Reformation Lutheran Church located at 601 Madison Road in Culpeper. All welcome. Quilts are given to SAFE and other local organizations. Contact Diane Vanderhoof at 540-604-0068.

Bldg, located at 20489 Gibson Rd, Lignum, VA. Come and enjoy good fellowship and good food while supporting our community activities. For more information call, 540-825-4599, 540-825-2157.

FEB. 18

CHURCH • St. Stephen’s

Episcopal Church - Join us in Worship. We offer three Holy Communion Services each week: Sunday at 8 a.m. or 10:30 a.m., Childcare from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Wednesday Centering Prayer at 11 a.m. followed by Healing and Holy Communion at 12 p.m. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church: Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street | 540-825-8786 | www.ststephensculpeper.net |ststephensculpeper.net.

PIEDMONT COMMUNITY BAND • Piedmont Community

Band will host rehearsals on Sundays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 S. West Street. The band is seeking musicians of all ages and skill levels. This is an excellent BACKYARD BIRDS • Find out opportunity for middle and high from our presenters, CFC Farm school age students to enlarge their & Home Center Kristin Erlitz, horizons and gain more musical Department Manager and Shaun experience as well as qualifying Thomas, Niche Farm Specialist for "community service" credit on how to select the right bird for future work or college applications. you and for your interest. Find out Email piedmontcommunityband@ about the different types of birds, gmail.com. Director Dave Detwiler what is best for egg laying, meat, was the lead trumpet for The United multipurpose birds, even pet and States Army Band from 1973show birds. Find out how much 2000 and is currently the Principal care they take, and how to feed and Trumpet for the National Symphony house them. Did you want or need a Orchestra Pops. rooster and how to keep your birds healthy. Join us to find out about BINGO • Mid-Day Lions Sunday raising backyard birds. From 10 Night Bingo. Help support local to 11 a.m. in the Library’s meeting groups with a fun night of games. room. Held at Pepper’s Grill located at 791 Madison Road in Culpeper (by PANCAKE SUPPER • Best Western). Doors open at 5 p.m. Mitchells Presbyterian Church Games begin at 6:30 p.m. Three will hold its Annual Pancake progressives each night, $1,000 & Sausage Dinner from 5 to 7 jackpot. p.m. Our “all you can eat” dinner, complete with homemade sausage CHURCH • Mountain View and gravy, apples, and more, will Community Church's Sermon be $8 for adults and $5 for children Topic: "Romans 8 - No under 12. Youngsters under 5 Condemnation: Ultimate Hope" will eat FREE. Extra “take home” Worship Service Times: 8:30, 10, sausage will be for sale. Proceeds 11:30 a.m. Live Stream available will benefit local missions and youth at 10 a.m. via our website www. programs. Please call 825-1079 for mountainviewcc.net. Children's information. programs available for birth - 5th grade. We are located at 16088

Rogers Road, behind Brusters Icecream. Small groups also meet throughout the week. 540-727-0297

CHURCH • St. Stephen’s

Episcopal Church – Women’s Group The Order of Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism, making a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and following Him as Lord of their lives. For information: 540-825-8786 | ssec@ ststephensculpeper.net | www. ststephensculpeper.net | Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street.

FEB. 19

PRAYER SHAWL • Learn

to knit or crochet. Held at Reformation Lutheran Church located at 601 Madison Road in Culpeper each Monday from 10-12 a.m. All welcome. Contact Diane Vanderhoof at 540-604-0068.

FEB. 20

ST. STEPHEN’S MEN’S GROUP • The Brotherhood of

St. Andrew offers men and boys the Discipline of Prayer, Study and Service, to follow Christ and bring others into his kingdom. Newcomers are welcome to join us for breakfast each Tuesday at 7 a.m. Contact 540-825-8786 Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street Visit www. ststephensculpeper.net

FEB. 21

PRAYER GROUP • Centering

Prayer Group at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church. Join us for an hour of reflection and prayer, each Wednesday at 11 a.m., followed by Healing and Holy Communion service at noon. Contact 540-8258786. Located at 115 N. East Street.

CHESS • Culpeper Chess Club meets each Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Culpeper County Library located at 271 Southgate Shopping Center. All ages and all skill levels welcome, even those who have never played. Come learn a new skill! For information contact Charity Karstetter at 540727-0695 or culpeperchessclub@ hotmail.com.

13

SUBMIT YOUR EVENT! Want your event to appear in the Culpeper Times What's Happening expanded regional weekend calendar? Email editor Jeff Say at jsay@ culpepertimes.com.

FEB. 23

SPAGHETTI DINNER •

Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary will host a Spaghetti Dinner Feb. 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. (or until the food is gone). Adults - $8, Children 6-12 - $5, children 5 and younger - free. Carry outs available. Parking in rear of firehouse. Spaghetti with Homemade Italian Sauce, Salad, Bread, Dessert and Beverages. All you can eat!

FEB. 24

BLACK HISTORY MONTH • The Women’s Ministry of Antioch Baptist Church would like to invite you to their Black History Program at 2 p.m. at 202 South West Street, Culpeper, VA 22701. Light refreshments will follow in the lower level of the church. EVHS COMEDY CLUB • Cyclone Comedy Club Night will be held Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m. The Cyclone Boosters welcome Reese Waters and another comedian for 1.5 hours of fun. Advance ticket sales are $15 for adults and $10 for students (high school students show student ID). Make checkes payable to EVHS Athletic Boosters. Online ticket sales at www. cycloneboosters.eventbrite.com. At door ticket sales $20 for adults and $15 for students.

FEB. 28

RRCS MEETING • The

Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission will hold its regular meeting at 1 p.m. on Feb. 28 at the Commission offices located at 420 Southridge Parkway, Suite 106 in Culpeper. The agenda and associated materials are available one week in advance of the meeting at the RRRC offices and online at http://www.rrregion. org.


14 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

What’s Happening EVENTS FOR CULPEPER, FAUQUIER, MADISON, ORANGE AND RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTIES

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY FEB. 16

BOOK SIGNING • Artist and poet Tonya Richey will be signing and discussing her books at the Griffin Tavern in Flint Hill from 4 8 p.m. The "Spirit of Japan" books capture her artist's journey living in the country. For more information, call 540-841-7344 or 540-479-9383 or via email Tanya@tmrart.com. Richey's website is www.tmrart.com

FEB. 17

BREAKFAST • Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue will be having their Eat All You Can Breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at their station. Adults and kids 11 and older $10, kids 10 and under eat FREE. Questions call 540-6753615 and speak with one of their members. BREAKFAST • Amissville United Methodist Men will serve breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Donations are accepted, and all proceeds are used in service to others. For more information call Reg at 540-987-9001.

FEB. 19

OPEN HOUSE • Join Wakefield Country Day School, in Huntly, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for their Open House on Presidents’ Day for special tours and light refreshments as you learn more about our outstanding Preschool-12 college preparatory program. For more information, please visit wcdsva.org or call Lisa Cieplak at 540-635-8555, ext. 227.

FEB. 24

BREAKFAST AND BAKE SALE • Old-Fashioned Country

Breakfast and Bake Sale is 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church, Sperryville. Donations $6 adult and $3 children 10 and under, to benefit the Rappahannock Relay For Life/

Artis and poet Tonya Richey will discuss her books at Griffin Tavern Feb. 16 from 4 to 8 p.m.

Dahlia Lane Team Hope. For more information, call Cindy Sanders 540-675-3636 or Mary Bywaters 540-675-1566.

SHRIMP DINNER • Amissville

Volunteer Fire and Rescue will be having a shrimp and oyster dinner from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Adults are $40 in advance and $50 at the door. $20 for children 4-12 years old for Seafood. $10 for Children 4-12 years old for Hot Dogs. Free for children 3 and under. Soft Drinks are included, and we will also be serving Oyster Stew, Hush Puppies, Cole Slaw, and Hot Dogs. There will be a Bake Sale, and a 50/50 raffle. For tickets, please contact Connie Compton at 540-522-5411 or Bonnie Bowers at Warrenton Auto Service or you can buy tickets at the door.

FEB. 25

FOOTHILLS FORUM

• Reporter Randy Rieland and others involved in the Rappahannock News-Foothills series on rural transportation challenges will be discussing the issue with residents and community leaders at 2 p.m. at Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church in Sperryville.

MARCH 2

FIRST FRIDAY AT THE MOVIES • "Victoria and Abdul"

at 7 p.m. at Little Washington Theatre, 291 Gay St., Washington.

Abdul Karim arrives from India to participate in Queen Victoria's golden jubilee. The young clerk is surprised to find favor with the queen herself. As their friendship deepens, the queen begins to see a changing world through new eyes, joyfully reclaiming her humanity. Popcorn, candy, water available for purchase. Cost $6.

MARCH 3

MAGIC DUEL • The highly rated comedy and magic show, The Magic Duel, is coming to the Little Washington Theatre with an 8 p.m. performance. With audience involvement providing plenty of improvisational detours, the show features loads of comedy and mindboggling magic done right before the audience’s eyes. This is magic and comedy for grown ups; not kids, and is recommended for those over 15 years old. Theatre is located at 291 Gay St., and tickets ($25) are available by calling 540-675-1253 or at www.littlewashingtontheatre.com

FAUQUIER COUNTY FEB. 21

FUTURE FORUM • Future Forum…Turning your Future into a Reality. The objective of this forum is to educate young adults ages 13 -20 on their possible

future career paths. Local business owners, students, and more knowledge-filled people will come once a month to share and answer questions on possible paths for young adults of Fauquier County. The first session will be February 21 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Warrenton Visitors Center, 33 N. Calhoun Street. This forum is student-initiated by a senior at Liberty High School who is participating in a county internship program.

APRIL 7

YARD SALE • The Remington Lions Club located at their club house at 1326 James Madison Highway (H/W 29) in Remington is hosting a yard sale on Saturday, April 7 between the hours of 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Fees are $40 inside with one table or $20 outside without table. Point of contact for reservations is Debbie Embrey (540) 718-3177.

ORANGE COUNTY FEB. 18

MUSIC • Bel Canto Vocal Ensemble will perform at 7:30 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 143 West Main St., Orange. There is no admission, but donations are welcome. Snow day will be Friday, Feb. 23. For more information, call Lauren Estes at 434-962-5885.


er-

n

te

d ga m ve A

ic s

s e

fit u st -

g

NEWS

Culpeper Times • April 30-May 6, 2015 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

VIEWS The Yard Sale Queen

Culpeper Times • July 9-15, 2015

BUNKER MENTALITY

problematic. she lookedtoward good would showroom me. be an unUndeterred, weShe forged ahead in derstatement. received numer“STOP!!!!” I shouted, thrusting an search of those elusive rims the thatdress. ous compliments about open palm in the air. matched what she “It kept cost me $3wanted. at a his yard sale,” He coming, but pace Google became my best buddy. For she told a stunned group of admirslowed. days, I searched and searched. ers.“Go away,”while I saiddoing sternly. One night, Sheslowly claims to beand lowwhat mainteHe turned slinked back Inance. do best,She watching men’s college is, indeed. to the showroom. I glanced at the basketball, I stumbled across a website I canprice do aand Happy Dance on sticker droverims off. No salethat. that advertised chrome matching One recent Sunday, we drove to that day. the size tires the car. Double Tollon Gate - a– huge flea marAt another dealer this one She looked at the selection, andout we ket near Stephens City. I was so of town –tool I saw men strategically used that allowed us to my see exit. busythe talking that I missed stationed in the parking lot, one how they look like on a Chevy Trax. With noonplace turnIaround on talking cellto phone. quickly We were amaking progress, sort of. I-66, I continued north on to I-81 realized thesesearching guys wereshowed pickets, But further and then off atWar Stephens City. A much Civil watching the onlylike dealership forsoldiers those rims in few more miles we were at Double for enemy In this case, Virginia wasmovements. located in Harrisonburg. Tollothers Gate, through the back way. these parking lot to sentries waited for The closest Culpeper were in “How did you do that?” the Yard customers. North Carolina. The Yard Sale Queen Queen asked. isSale a Isweetheart but driving to North went to glance at a window Luck, sheer really. Carolina wasin pushing it.Not (wink) sticker, and a luck. nanosecond a walked through thefor flea IWe drove Jan. to Durham the salesman was 27 breathing down my market, picked up a few items and Duke-UVA men’s basketball game, but neck. left. She was not impressed with that“May is a story foryou?” another day. with I help he asked, the selection and evensale lessinimSogleam it wasofoffa to Harrisonburg tohis eye. the potential pressed with prices. purchase the rims. Naturally, theinto my “No thanks,” I said, hopping The to Queen knows a good company that manufactures the deal Escape escape. when she andnoted she how didn’t rims is located on one, the Left Coast in The Yardsees Sale Queen see many. California. that point, knew fast I was At getting in andI out of the the car Two weeks I had a very rims would neverago, arrive by Christmas. at my age. unhappy Yard Sale Queen. She In early January, the FedEx man Although Sundays are better for had to work. It may be the first rang the doorbell. He had one box in of sticker price looking, Saturday was his hands. Icar asked if her he wanted to meet many Saturdays company will OK, when shopping in Front Royal. me at the garage soQueen we could put the force her toSale work, similar to last The Yard suggested other three boxes in there. He said he summer. driving there. So off we went. The onlyLast had one box. shefamily-owned got to go to about first stopyear, was the Chevy What? How do It’s you not deliver one box six yard sales. a good thing dealership. when three others theoretically made when she gets unhappy because We walked around the lot looking the same shewindow can’ttrip? yard sale. The pretty at stickers and peering inside smile issmall replaced annot ugly several SUVs.by I’m surefrown. what clothes grandwe Finding expected deals, to see inside thefor car. After kidscars andhave even her daughter is a all, a steering wheel and passion with her. seats. Lastalmost Saturday, we headed to For 10 minutes, we walked Hagerstown for our annual trek State group being decimated by our to see some of my old classmates military forces. from high school. It wasAmerican our 49th I am British by birth, They didn’t stand for making healthby class reunion, although I am not choice. care cheaper or more accessible for sure the significance of that other Served overhave 52 years theoptions US Americans who seenthin their and before than it is after the 48 Army so my loyalty to great a so severely restricted by this Obamacare, thepassed 50this. firm, Nation my wife's. The law solelyasbyisthem. In the past, thefor Yard Confederate (national) flagSale will Queen They didn’t stand enforcing has found some really good neighAmerica’s laws, the continue immigration flying at Goodwood alongside borhood yard sales to occupy wall, ending chain migration, the flag of the United Statesand 24/7her time, while I listen to the radio immigration basedReed's on skill. Many of or in honor of Mrs. ancestors read a newspaper. them did not for stand the wilingness who fought thefor Confederacy and Even though it was cold and oftheir Trump to co promise citizenship absolute right toon dissent. And, overcast, there were yardon for over 1 million illegals. This should the Southern Cross willmore be flown sales than expected. She found have beenLee's the pinnacle their General birthdayofin honor of all kinds of clothes for her grand kids. orchestrated sit-in since it is they who I listened to the wantMeanwhile, so desperately to have these radio as and read who newspapers. people citizens will vote for their “freebie” policies. They didn’t stand for standing and Wally Bunker is a freelance contributor respecting the national anthem. Many them didn’t even stand with the of Culpeper Times. You may when was a call for unity. reachthere him at wallybunker@outlook.com

The Orchestra of Silence

DR. TOM NEVIASER

11

VIEWS

Bling for the Yard in bloom Car buying madeSale simplerQueen

My Forsignificant the Raise yourpast hand other, theweeks, several if you enjoyYard car Sale Queen, and I the Yard Sale shopping? have been together Queen has been OK, I will raise for more than 12 putting on her Wally Bunker mine. years. dance moves in Several We ownmonths a house the form of a ago, the Sale and carsYard together. Happy Dance. Queen and I spent We Spring, are joined at with several weekends the hip. its warming driving around car When temperatures, lots looking for a Christmas grew not only turns small, economical near, I asked green what everything SUV to She replace the she wanted for Christmas. was but also signals the beginning 2008 Ford Escape that was getting coy and really didn’t offer a definitive of (drum roll, yard salecare some age on it. please) It was well taken answer. season. of, but the miles were showing from all She has hinted in the past that she The Yard Sale Queen has aUVa. those trips to Charlottesville for wanted fancy chrome rims for her 2015 broad on her and a joysporting events. Chevy smile Trax. She lovesface shiny bling. ousWe bounce in her step. She longs tried10 visiting closedChristmas car lots on Finally, days before for time year. It being simply shethis settled on of rims. Now, Sunday so you can actually get the out of doesn’t get than yard dutiful I better set out trying your carpartner, andany leisurely walk around, sales for to find realher. chrome rims – the shock. look inside and suffer sticker For those ofProtection us who get Environmental Agency But some car dealers are don’t getting excited about yard sales, Spring made manufacturers take outopening some smarter or perhaps greedier, simply means time to cut grass, sort ofdays chemical compound used to seven a week. sneezing, watery eyes, sore throats make chrome some time ago. I amreal sure all of rims us have had that and other manifestations of allerChrome rims were almost extinct, so joyous experience of being swarmed by we were toldflying by numerous agies. salesman out of thedealers. showroom to the Yard Sale Queen Real chrome for the Yard Sale theBut minute your foot hits the ground. Spring it means deals to Queen, not polished silver,are aluminum, You almost feel likethere road kill, with the be had. painted on rims. In other words, no vultures waiting to pick your bones, or The last Saturdays, the faux rims. at least your few wallet. The Yard Sale occasionally Queen has crawled ofa bed Or possibly youQueen, feelout like baby withon methe tow, visited everyabout wheel before birds thought seal a in Cape Cod sandbar watching shop she could find into Culpeper, chirping. Shewhite went themenacingly bank Frihungry great sharks Warrenton, Fredericksburg andstuffing day getting small bills and swimming nearby waiting for you to Charlottesville. Beside fanny difficulty them inthe herwater. favorite pack. slip into finding real chrome, finding wheels to She picked out comfortable shoes In all16-inch fairness, I know these folks fit tiny tires proved even more andtrying set aside clothing suitable are to make a living like for the day ahead. thegive stuff everyone else, butSome pleaseofjust she wears is almost like a yard customers some space. sale Weuniform. pulled into a local dealer’s lot Yard just tosale lookshopping at sticker runs prices.in her family, apparently. A few Immediately a salesman ranweeks from the ago, she loaded her mother, daughOn January ter and granddaughter in the car 20, 2018, the LETTER TO THE EDITOR and off they went. Four generaDemocrats proved tions off to sales. just where they Pardoe Meanwhile, I was left to toil How I See It Perspective stood on the withConfederate my neighbors, cleaning up on Flagissues important the neighborhood, picking up debacle resonates as President trash and stumbling in the mud up to Trump informed myYour knees in the stormwater pond America the recent VIEWS articleofin the plucking trash tossed by people Culpeper Times wasState spot Of on!The You withoutatrash cans. Union. Actually, brought level of maturity and The Yard Sale Queen and her they proved where reason based on historical perspective carload were on aFlag mission. they didn’tAnother stand. to the Confederate discussion family member was to a of Theyseen didn’t stand formoving jobs, seldom today given the clutter new house. They needed all kinds companiessurrounding returning tothe America nonsense issue.from of furniture. overseas, restoring America’s economy, The Yard Sale scored a increase wages, andQueen lowering of huge deal - five beds, box springs, unemployment. mattresses and a like-new They didn’t stand for being recliner tough for about $72. Holy captured cow! on terrorists or those Tell me can’t enemy spot a deal. overseas as she “unlawful combatants.” She bought a stunning white They stand forTo the Islamic dress atdidn’t a yard sale. say that

15

The next the sameinFedEx around. Noday salesman sight. guy I dropped off the other three. thought maybe the business was Time to get the rims installed, but closed, but I could see people sitting with my luck, it wouldn’t be so easy. at desks inside. What were they The shop installing them discovered thinking? Herefront I amtire looking cars, issues. The right of theatYard and they are inside – waiting. Sale Queen’s car had a deep gash that When the to Yard Sale started was dangerous drive on,Queen needing to toward the showroom door, a young be replaced. The lug nuts that came man out, introduced himself with thecame car wouldn’t fit and the hub and askedsome if he sort could needed of help. rings.It was so low key, I almost fainted. When I told the Yard Sale Queen He explained that this she needed rings, her eyes litdealership up. does business differently. HeShe said he Rings! Like a blingy diamond? was salaried and not jewelry on commission. was ready to run to the store said the so-called “processing to He sizealso rings. fee” $195, unlike almost $600 No. was Hubcentric rings –the four of them pure profit processing fees at other – that fit on the hub to give the rim dealers. support beside the wheel studs. I drove the bright red Chevy Trax, She was crushed. Finally, new tires, and lovedwith the two handling and plastic mileage rings andLong lugs, story it wasshort, time to install rating. the low key, thenorims. hard sell, deal was done. The Yard The Queen recent snow the roads Sale thinksleft the Trax is cute. covered withHow white salt. I pounds spent anof Cute? is 3,300 hour waxing the new rims to protect metal, glass and plastic cute? Stylish, them frombut salt. Anyone maybe, what do I know know?what it is like to wax metal in Shetrying liked the newcold Trax so much subfreezing temperatures? she suggested giving theGuess. red Trax to Anything forher thefavorite Yard Sale Queen. her – it was color – and “You asked wanted for buying me awhat rubyImetallic red one – Christmas,” she said, smiling sweetly. my favorite color. “I’ll never do that again,” I said, a Three weeks later, we bought with a straight face. second Trax in Culpeper, but she “You dog,” she replied. refuses to trade her newly purchased Woof! ruby red one for my bright red one. Fickle woman. Wally Bunker is a freelance contributor I do know one thing with all this with the Culpeper Times. You may reach car buying, I didn’t feel like a baby seal him at wallybunker@outlook.com. or road kill. And we are making Trax. Wally is a freelance contributor All ofBunker these non-actions prove once with the Culpeper Times. You an for all, the Democrats do not may like reach him at wallybunker@outlook.com President Trump so much that they

are willing to present themselves as anti-America to millions of Americans the Army Northern watching theofState of TheVirginia.. Union the finest army to ever take to any field of address. battle. Apparently, the Democrats will Thankinyou forchairs your and wisdom and slide down their grimace your courage. over almost anything, no matter how good it may be for America’s benefit. They showed up to prove to theT.world Anthony Reed, Sr. how they relish their snowflake Colonel,safe AUS, Ret space in Congress an occasional USARwith Ambassador Emeritus attempted lowSenior guttural roar International to Fellow, advertise their presence. Strategic Studies Association Their sour, grumpy facial Culpeper expressions and slumping bodies, some eyeing their cellphones to avoid hearing the truth, were easily pointed out by the cameras of some networks throughout the speech. Some networks did not cover their farcical facial expressions purposely so as to deceive

Looking for extra income? Culpeper Times delivery person needed. Walking route. One morning a week.

➤ See Silence, Page 21

Published every Thursday by Rappahannock Media LLC.

ADDRESS: 206 S. Main St., every by SuitePublished 301 Culpeper, Va.Thursday 22701 PHONE: 540.812.2282 Rappahannock Media LLC. FAX: 540.812.2117 Publisher: Dennis HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Brack, weekdays. dennis@rappnews.com WEB: www.culpepertimes.com

ADDRESS: 206 S. Main St., Suite 301 Culpeper, Va. 22701 PRESIDENT: PHONE: (540) 812-2282 Dennis Brack, FAX: (540) 812-2117 dennis@rappnews.com HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. NEWS weekdays. Editor: WEB: www.culpepertimes.com E-EDITION available online

Jeff Say, jsay@culpepertimes.com NEWS

Editor: Anita Sherman, ADVERTISING Publisher (540) 812-2282 Group Sales Director: anita@culpepertimes.com Thomas Spargur, tspargur@culpepertimes.com ADVERTISING tom@piedmontpub.com Group Sales Director:

Thomas Spargur, Sales executive: Audra Dickey, (540) 812-2282, audra@piedmontpub.com tspargur@culpepertimes.com Creative Services Director: Manager: Jennifer Jenkins, Jay Ford, (540) 812-2282 jayford@piedmontpub.com

jennifer@culpepertimes.com

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING To place Classified andJeff Say, Graphic designer: Help(540) Wanted ads: 812-2282 Call 540.351.1664 or fax jsay@culpepertimes.com 540.349.8676, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Friday or email ToMonday place Classified and classified@fauquier.com Employment ads:

SUBSCRIPTIONS Call (540) 351-1664 or fax To subscribe, contact 8:30 a.m. to (540) 349-8676, Circulation Manager: 5 p.m. Monday - Friday or Jan Clatterbuck email fauquierclassifieds@ 540.675.3338, virginianewsgroup.com jan@rappnews.com

CONTRIBUTORS SUBSCRIPTIONS MarcThe andCulpeper Meg Ast, Times is delivered Johnfree Barker, Wally Bunker, of charge to homes and Marshall Conner, Katherine businesses in certain areas of Charapich, Fran Cecere, Felecia Culpeper County. The paper is Chavez, Ian Chini, Ed Dunphy, also available at more than 50 Kristin Erlitz, Brad Hales, Clark retail stores and other "Bud" Hall, Sophie Hudson, locations. To receive weekly Maggie Lawrence, Allen delivery Martin, in Jeffery Mitchell, Thomas other areas,Dr.subscriptions are Neviaser, Pam by Owen, available mail.Blaine Pardoe, Donald Sherbeyn. Subscriptions: $29.64 per year

within Culpeper County; $52.00

LETTERS TO THEoutside EDITOR the county. per year

Write: Letters to the Editor contact Circulation 206To S. subscribe, Main St., Suite 301 Manager Jan Clatterbuck: (540) Culpeper, Va. 22701 Fax:675-3338, 540.812.2117 jan@rappnews.com Email: jsay@culpepertimes.com Letters must be signed by the writer. Messages sent via email must say “Letter to the Editor” to distinguish Write: Letters tonot themeant Editor them from other messages 206 S. Main Suite 301 for publication. IncludeSt., address Culpeper, Va. 22701 and phone for verification (not to be Fax:Letters (540) are 812-2117 published). subject to anita@culpepertimes. editingEmail: for clarity and length. Letters com must be received by 5 p.m. Monday Letters must be signed by to be considered for Thursday the writer. Messages sent via publication.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

email must say “Letter to the Editor” to distinguish them from other messages not meant for publication. Include address and


16 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

the one you have been waiting for is Here!

Online voting starts NOW! www.culpepertimes.com


Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

2 0 1 8

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Vote for your favorite business online at www.culpepertimes.com

BEST BEST of the

OF CULPEPER

Categories Accounting/CPA __________________________ Acupuncture _____________________________ Advertising Agency _______________________ Airport __________________________________ Antique Shop ____________________________ Apartment Building _______________________ Artist ____________________________________ Architect_________________________________ Assisted Living Center_____________________ Attorney _________________________________ Auction House ___________________________ Auto Dealership __________________________ Auto Salesperson _________________________ Auto Service & Repair Shop ________________ Bakery __________________________________ Bank ____________________________________ Bar _____________________________________ BBQ ________________________ Beer store _______________________________ Bed and Breakfast ________________________ Bike Shop _______________________________ Bowling Alley_____________________________ Builder __________________________________ Breakfast Spot ___________________________ Brew Pub ________________________________ Cafe/Coffee Shop ________________________ Campground _____________________________ Car Wash ________________________________ Carpet and Flooring _______________________ Caterer __________________________________ Child Provider ____________________________ Chinese Restaurant _______________________ Chicken Sandwich ________________________ Chiropractor _____________________________ Cleaning Service _________________________ College __________________________________ Cocktails ________________________________ Computer Sales/Repair ____________________ Community Center ________________________ Community Newspaper ___________________ Consignment Shop _______________________ Contractor ______________________________ Customer Service_________________________ Deli _____________________________________ Dentist __________________________________ Department Store _________________________ Dessert __________________________________ Distillery _________________________________ Donuts __________________________________ Dog Groomer ____________________________ Doctor __________________________________ DJ ______________________________________ Dry Cleaning Location _____________________ Electrician _______________________________ Electric Company _________________________ Engraving _______________________________

Or you can fill out the sheet below and return it to our office at 206 South Main St., Suite 301 Culpeper, VA 22701. Entries are accepted until March 23, 2018.

Equine supplier ___________________________ Eye Care Provider ________________________ Family Restaurant ________________________ Farm and Feed Store ______________________ Fine Dining Restaurant ____________________ Florist ___________________________________ Frame Shop______________________________ Fries ____________________________________ Fried Chicken ____________________________ Funeral Home ____________________________ Furniture Shop ___________________________ Garden Store _____________________________ Gas station ______________________________ Gift Shop ________________________________ Golf Course ______________________________ Graphic Design/Web Agency _______________ Green Business __________________________ Grocery Store ____________________________ Gym ____________________________________ Haircut /Salon ____________________________ Hamburger ______________________________ Handyman _______________________________ Hauling & Towing _________________________ Happy Hour ______________________________ Hardware Store___________________________ Hearing Center ___________________________ Heating / AC _____________________________ Historical Place to Visit ____________________ Hotdogs _________________________________ Home Builder ____________________________ Hospital _________________________________ Hot Wing Place ___________________________ Hotel / Motel _____________________________ Ice Cream _______________________________ Insurance Company_______________________ Italian Restaurant _________________________ Jewelry Store ____________________________ Kids Party Center _________________________ Landscape Center ________________________ Laundromat ______________________________ Lawyer/Attorney _________________________ Lawn and Garden Equipment ______________ Manicure/Pedicure ________________________ Martial Arts Class _________________________ Margarita ________________________________ Massage Therapist________________________ Mexican Restaurant _______________________ Mover ___________________________________ Music store ______________________________ Music studio _____________________________ Milkshake________________________________ Mortgage Company _______________________ Motorcyle/ATV Center _____________________ Musician_________________________________ Nail Salon _______________________________ Non Profit________________________________ Nursery / Daycare Center __________________ Office Supply ____________________________ Oil Change _______________________________ Orthodontist _____________________________ Paint Store _______________________________ Pawn Shop ______________________________ Pediatrician ______________________________ Personal Trainer __________________________ Pest Control _____________________________ Pet Boarding Facility ______________________

Pet Groomer ______________________________ Pet Supply Location _______________________ Pharmacy_________________________________ Photographer _____________________________ Pizza _____________________________________ Place to Buy Lottery Tickets ________________ Place to Work _____________________________ Plant Center/Nursery _______________________ Plumber __________________________________ Physical Therapist _________________________ Preschool _________________________________ Printer ____________________________________ Private School_____________________________ Produce __________________________________ Propane __________________________________ Property Management Company ____________ Radio Station _____________________________ Radio Personality __________________________ Restaurant ________________________________ Real Estate Agency ________________________ Rehab Facility _____________________________ Remodeling Company______________________ Sandwich _________________________________ Seafood Restaurant ________________________ School ___________________________________ Screen printing ____________________________ Storage Facility ____________________________ Shipping __________________________________ Shoe Repair_______________________________ Senior Living Facility _______________________ Specialty retail ____________________________ Sporting Good Store _______________________ Steak House ______________________________ Steak & Cheese Sub _______________________ Sushi_____________________________________ Summer Camp ____________________________ Sweet shop _______________________________ Tax Service _______________________________ Tattoo Parlor ______________________________ Thrift Store ________________________________ Tire shop _________________________________ Toy store _________________________________ Travel Agency _____________________________ Urgent Care Center ________________________ Used Auto Dealership ______________________ Veterinarian _______________________________ Vintage Retailer____________________________ Wealth Management _______________________ Web Development _________________________ Wedding Venue____________________________ Wedding Planner __________________________ Weight Loss Center ________________________ Window and Siding Company _______________ Wine shop ________________________________ Yoga Studio _______________________________ Yoga Instructor ____________________________

Enter to win a dinner for two at a local Culpeper restaurant! Name: Email: Phone number:

17


18 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282 Open Daily at 11 a.m. Closed on Monday

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

LET’S EAT! Farmers’ dry winter worries getting stronger

VOTED

Best BBQ in Culpeper...

Come experience the difference!

540.317.5718

129 E. Culpeper Street

at The Stable, behind the Culpeper Post Office

The Bonanno’s Madison Inn Restaurant Homemade Italian Specials by Chef Tony Happy Hour daily from 3-6 p.m.

A dry fall and an even drier January are creating some concerns for Virginia farmers. “I don’t think I stepped foot in mud on the two farms where I feed cattle until last Monday. That’s how dry it is,” said Robert Harper, who raises cattle in Goochland and Powhatan counties and serves as Virginia Farm Bureau Federation grain marketing manager. It’s good that farmers can get out in the fields during this mid-winter dry spell, Harper noted. But topsoil moisture rates are low on 29 percent of Virginia’s farmland, according to a National Agricultural Statistics Service report Jan. 29. That’s worrisome if the dry spell continues much longer, said Jerry Stenger, director of the state office of climatology at the University of Virginia. “We could be in a bad situation regarding water supplies for everyone once we get to the beginning of the growing season,” Stenger said. “We’re in the part of the year when it’s cold-

217 N. Main Street, Madison, VA Call for Reservations (540) 948.5095 www.facebook.com/TheBonannosMadisonInnRestaurant

er and there’s very little uptake by plants. So what precipitation we do get has a good chance of passing down through the topsoil into our groundwater system.” However, Harper said there is a silver lining. “Farmers have told me they’ve gotten some deep tillage done. Some folks have gone over their farmland and gotten lime down and not gotten stuck. And some of the tobacco growers we work with have had a real good month working land and getting ready for next spring. “Wheat, barley and oats are pretty much dormant now, so they can handle dry weather this time of year. In my opinion if folks got their crop well established, this isn’t hurting them any,” Harper added. At the end of 2017, Virginia’s groundwater system statewide was not in good shape, with levels either low or approaching critical levels, Stenger noted. “We have had very few moisture-bearing systems coming through Virginia this winter, the exception being some systems in Eastern Virginia that brought levels up near normal there,” he added. But in the Shenandoah Valley and the rest of the state, groundwater supplies are below 75 percent what they normally are in winter.

Culpeper Food Closet Need of the Week

11am- 4pm, everyday

This week:

canned fruit especially applesauce (We have peaches but no other) baked beans crackers

16125 Ira Hoffman Lane Culpeper, VA 22701 540-825-4978

Closed for Move www.CulpeperCheese.com

The Culpeper Food Closet is an outreach ministry of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 120 N. Commerce street. Call 825-1177. Drop off donations M-F from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Arrangements should be made ahead with Dick Rosica at 547-3644 if you are bringing a large amount, i.e. from a food drive.

Mexican Restaurant

500 Meadowbrook Dr. Culpeper, VA 22701

l Mon-Fri 11-3 l Lunch buffett

540-727-0404 www.eljaripeo.net

l 3 Entree’s daily

l

M-W Lunch Special $525

l Salad and desert l Homemade soup and hot vegetables

peppersgrillculpeper.com

791 Madison Rd, Culpeper, VA 22701

(540) 825-1037

Madison 540-948-6505

Fredericksburg 540-656-2101

$5 OFF

Any Purchase of $25 or more

With Coupon Ony. Not Valid With Any Other Offers


Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

CRIME SOLVERS

ARREST REPORTS Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282 19

Culpeper County Sheriff's Office: Feb. 7-13 Following are the county police reports from Feb. 7-13. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Jacobo Amaya

Age: 36, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-3/130 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 1905 Birch Dr., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Revocation of Suspended Sentence and Probation

Alfredo Aquilar-Godineza

Age: 28, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-4/110 Hair/Eye: Brown/Brown Last known: 646 Mountain View, Apt B, Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Revocation of Suspended Sentence and Probation

Brandon Evan Creviston-Wines Age: 35, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-11/170 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 20165 Camp Rd., Culpeper Wanted for: Failure to Pay Fines, Costs or Penalties

Feb. 7 Myles Eryk White, 29, 2400 block Somerset Drive, Jeffersonton, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance Nathan Joseph Williams, 18, 200 block Queen St., Culpeper, trespass after being forbidden to do so, monument: unlawful damage, no intent to steal Ronald Edward Figgatt, 41, 3500 block Graham Park Road, Triangle, failure to appear William Paxton Porkey, 43, 600 block E. Spencer St., Culpeper, probation violation on felony charge Cheyenne Louise Kaylee Hart, 18, 6000 block Balls Mill Road, Midland, monument: unlawful damage, no intent to steal, trespass after being forbidden to do so Feb. 8 Allison Sisk, 18, 15000 block Inlet Road, Culpeper, trespass after being forbidden to do so, monument: unlawful damage, no intent to steal Raymond Eugene Epps Jr., 25, 7000 block Buchanan St., Hyattsville, Md. contempt of court Feb. 9 Terrance Shipp Jr., 300 block Mews Court, Stafford, probation violation on

Age: 28, Black/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-9/150 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: No Fixed Address, Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Robbery, Strangulation: Results in Wounding / Bodily Injury, Unlawful Use or Injury to Telephone Lines, Assault and Battery – Family Member, and Probation: Violation on Felony Charge Warrants current as of Feb. 14

Ronnie Lee Bail Bonds

540-825-4000

Cell: 540-718-6969

138 N. Main St. Suite 102, Culpeper, VA. 22701

Feb. 10 Oscar Perez Martinez, 24, 800 block Fairfax St., Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol, manufacture, sale, possession fictitious operators license, no drivers license Shirley Thompson, 23, 60 block Academy Hill Road, Warrenton, driving with suspended or revoked license Feb. 11 David Anthony Minor, 50, 13000 block Partlow Court, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Feb. 12 Mark Allen McClung, 38, 500 block N. East St., Culpeper, failure to comply with support order Ronald Harding Ward Jr., 44, 18000 block Merrimac Road, Culpeper, sale, distribute marijuana Brittany Karolina Moyers, 31, 11000 block Hazel River Road, Rixeyville, driving with suspended or revoked license Denzel Ramon Lane, 27, 19000 block Allens Lane, Culpeper, possession of marijuana, driving with suspended or

revoked license Michael William Breeden, 20, 14000 block Fletcher Place, Culpeper, grand larceny Nelson Howington, 18, 100 block S. West St., Culpeper, grand larceny, breaking and enter with intent to commit felony, monument: intentional damage Raymond Eugene Epps Jr., 25, 7000 block Buchanan St., Hyattsville, Md., fugitive from justice Delmar Godinez Ramirez, 20, 600 block Mountain View Drive, Culpeper, probation violation on misdemeanor charge Roberto Colon, 50, 800 block Virginia Ave., Culpeper, driving with suspended or revoked license, driving after illegally consuming alcohol, reckless driving excess speed.

Feb. 13 Andrea George Gaunoux, 41, 8000 block Settle School Road, Rixeyville, driving under the influence of alcohol Jermaine Lawrence Eason, 32, 70 block Kirtley Road, Leon, revocation of pretrial Michael William Breeden, 20, 14000 block Fletcher Place, Culpeper, burglary: at night, to commit felony, destruction of property, monument Sidney Fallon Brown, 21, 800 block Matthew Mills Road, Ruckersville, contempt of court Jonathan Antonio Biggs, 19, 6900 block Tanglewood Drive, Warrenton, failure to appear

Culpeper Town Police: Feb. 5-11

Following are the police reports from Feb. 5-11. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.

John Danell Debrew

felony charge Lenecia Maria Deidraniq Brewster, 23, 100 block King St., Culpeper, driving with suspended or revoked license Allison Sisk, 18, 15000 block Inlet Road, Culpeper, contempt of court Shayne Robert Collis, 22, 500 block Mariel Way, Culpeper, contempt of court, general district court

Feb. 5 Charles Michael Jenkins, 25, 2500 block Homesite Court, Midland, defeating drug and alcohol screening test, revocation of suspended sentence and probation Ronald William Moore Jr., 42, 5400 block Johnson Lane, Reva, revocation of suspended sentence and probation Feb. 6 Robert James Stewart, 38, 1000 block Riverdale Circle, Culpeper, possession of marijuana, possession of controlled substances Ellis James, 28, Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg, assault and battery Feb. 7 Fahad A. Rashid, 27, 700 block Holly Crest Drive, Culpeper, revocation of pretrial Lionel Todd Henderson, 36, 1300 block Webster Lane, Culpeper, contempt of court, General District Court

Feb. 8 Cristal Lynn Covington, 27, 800 block Old Rixeyville Road, Culpeper, violate condition of release Robert Michael Johnson, 29, 600 block Arrington Mountain Road, Haywood, rental property: failure to return Wesley Adam Partlow, 23, 500 block Windermere Drive, Culpeper, assault and battery - simple

Feb. 9 Shelton Craig Ferris, 33, 300 block Curtis St., Warrenton, violate protective orders Christina Zell Thorn, 33, 200 block Williams Drive, Orange, revocation of suspended sentence and probation Scott Dale Berghuis, 55, 100 block Garr Ave., Culpeper, assault and battery Joseph O. Hutchinson III, 37, 900 block Longview Lane, Culpeper, assault and battery - family member Michael Edward Proctor, 54, 100 block Thornton Court, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Feb. 10 Scott Dale Berghuis, 55, 100 block Garr Ave., Culpeper, monument: intentional

damage Anthony Wayne Tyler, 55, 400 block E. Chandler St., Culpeper, failure to appear Dominique Devon Hopkins, 26, 5100 block Germantown Road, Midland, assault and battery - family member Daniel Lucus Orange, 25, 1400 block Fairground Road, Madison, failure to appear Taylor Ann Bentley, 23, 200 block N. Main St., Culpeper, possession of marijuana Charles Wayne Vetterick, 34, 100 block E. Edmondson St., Culpeper, possess or distribute controlled paraphernalia Feb. 11 Zackery Andre Penn, 24, 4200 block Waldrop Church Road, Louisa, revocation of suspended sentence and probation (three counts) Delmar Godinez Ramirez, 20, 600 block Mountain View Drive, Culpeper, revocation of suspended sentence and probatoin, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance, giving false identity to law enforcement officer, drinking while driving or open container, no drivers license


20 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Rentals —

022 Houses

Near Amissville, 2BR SFH, 2BA, den, bsmt, 2 decks, no pets/smkg. Sec dep & refs. $1200/ mo 540-229-0050

080

Rentals — Office

Office/Retail (2) 2000SF (appox) spaced in Warrenton Station, 29 business, by hospital. For more info call Andrea

540-347-2713 540-229-0351

Pay for your home over 30 YEARS. Find it in about 30 MINUTES

Times Classified 347-4222

On WEDNESDAY, February 21, 2018

the contents of the listed tenants will be auctioned off in accordance with Virginia Code 55.416-423 to satisfy the amount of the lien owed on their unit(s): 9AM-Commonwealth Storage, 9406 Onyx Ct, Fredericksburg, 540-898-8767: NO AUCTION 10AM-Locust Grove U-Store-It, 3222 Germanna Hwy, Locust Grove, 540-399-9835: Kristie Blake, Philip Walters/Professional Sales Group, LLC, David Wilson 11AM-Montanus Self Storage, 15440 Montanus Dr., Culpeper, 540-825-4760: Dennis Chapman, Leslie Dorman, David Green, Brittnee Haught, Catrina McCullough, Brenda Rojas, Mary Settle 1PM-Opal Mini Storage, 10227 Fayettesville Rd, Bealeton, 540-439-1824: Cheryl Compton, Andre Keaton, Elise McCarrick, Joanqin Mighty, Brenda Springer, Cheryl Testerman 2PM-New Baltimore/Nathan’s Mini Storage, 6558 Commerce Ct, Warrenton, 540-341-7800: Shannan Gonzales, Tammy Taylor, Philip Tucker 3PM-Marshall U-Stor-It, 7437 John Marshall Hwy, Marshall, 540-364-0205: David Darnell-- 1991 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, Vin #1HD4CEM17MY136155; 1975 HarleyDavidson Motorcycle, Vin #3A49658H5, Rodney Howard, Shawn Thomas, Shawn Thomas/Heather Croson, Babette Thomas Property Manager has the right to refuse sale to anyone at time of auction. Bring your own locks. Holding deposit required. List of units subject to change before sale.

Classified ADS WORK!

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

BUSINESS SERVICE DIRECTORY Builder

Fencing

Henderson Fence, LLC

Call

“Experts in the Field since 1997”

Wood • Vinyl • Aluminum • Residential Installs • Repairs

Jason Henderson

Your

Free Estimates • Fully Insured Hendersonfence.net Serving Culpeper, VA

540-222-5188

Rep

TODAY!

Cleaning

Handyman

R Us b b i e sService H uHandyman

540-347-4222 or FAX

d

nse

Insu

red

Lice

540-349-8676

540-351-0991 • hubbiesrus@aol.com Residential and Commercial Repair and Renovation

No Job Too Small! — Call for free estimate

Rentals — Apartments NEW YEAR, NEW HOME & NEW SPECIALS!

Germanna Heights Apts. 540-423-1090 l TDD 711

This institution is an equal opportunity provider

FIND...

an expert in the Business & Services Directory

Driveways

G RAVEL ALL PROJECTS

  We deliver days, evenings and even weekends!

CALL ANYTIME

Michael R. Jenkins

NEW YEAR, NEW HOME & NEW SPECIALS!

540-349-4297 l TDD 711 Hunt Country Manor Apts. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Full Time

545 Employment

Full Time

545 Employment

540-825-4150 • 540-219-7200 Full Time Employment

mbccontractingservices@yahoo.com

Excavation FULL & PART TIME EMPLOYEES for Ma and Paw’s Country Mall in Rixeyville, VA. Call (540) 364-4800 to leave your contact information.

Landscaping

 

     

 



 

Painting/Wallpaper

FAST. EASY. RESULTS.

Moving/Storage sell your

CAR VAN TRUCK IN THE CLASSIFIEDS

540-351-1664 classifieds@fauquier.com


Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

LOCAL NEWS

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

21

High school spring sports tryout schedules Culpeper County High School Baseball starts Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday Feb. 23 at the baseball field 3:45- 6:30. Any question can contact Head Coach Brandon Mack @ bmack@culpepercounty.gov Softball starts Monday Feb. 19 1:30-3:30 then Tues through Friday the 23 from 3:45-5:30 on the softball field. Any questions can contact Head Coach Janice Gillespie@ janicegillespie0202@gmail.com Boys Soccer starts on Monday Feb. 19 from 10am-12, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:45-5:45 on the practice fields behind CMS. Any questions can contact Head Coach Stephen Kirsh@ skirsch@culpeperschools.org Girls Soccer starts Monday Feb. 19 until Friday Feb. 23 from 3:30-6 on the practice field next to the softball field. Any questions can contact Head Coach Erick Kalenga@ Erick.kalenga@gmail.com Boys Lacrosse starts Monday Feb. 19 and Tuesday at Floyd T. Binns field from 3-5 and Wednesday at FTB from 3:45-5:45. Any questions can contact Head Coach Scott Found @coachf@bdplax.com Girls Lacrosse starts Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday Feb. 23 on the practice field next to the softball field from 3:30-5:30. Any questions can contact Head Coach Claire Gianelle @ cgianelle@culpeperschools.org Girls and Boys Track starts on Monday Feb 26 at the track from 3:30- 5. Any questions can Contact Head Coach Mark Dennis @ md9153@culpeperschools.org and Elizabeth Ouellette @ louellet@culpeperschools.org

Girls Tennis starts on Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday Feb. 23 from 3:30-5 on the tennis courts. Any questions can contact Head Coach Katie McWilliams @ km5563@culpeperschools.org Boys Tennis starts on Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday 23 from 3:30-5 on the tennis courts. Any questions can contact Head Coach Ryan Scott @ rs9493@culpeperschools.org

➤ Silence, from Page 15

from New Jersey, not to applaud for even the most minute positive issue was the most obvious take-away of the SOTU speech. Booker, who considers himself a front runner for the 2020 Democrat presidential candidate, never moved or changed his angry expression. Even Nancy Pelosi and Dick Durbin weakly applauded once or twice. Unfortunately, the main stream media will never cover any of these bumpkins’ actions during the SOTU, and the Democrats will continue to attack President Trump ad infinitum despite them allowing America to witness their staunch inability to cooperate in any manner with President Trump. It seems the Democrats in Congress have once again demonstrated their total lack of fitness to offer America anything other than disdain for our great nation.

their audiences through omission. This infantile behavior didn’t escape the attention of President Trump as he was giving his speech. He made sure they knew as he talked about the near-elimination of the Islamic State existence. He purposely motioned to the other side of the chamber, most of them mostly sitting on their hands as if in despair. His action was not meant for them specifically but to point out the all inclusive clump of disingenuous representatives on his right for millions of American viewers to witness. If it weren’t for the informative speech from President Trump including immigration, terrorism and the economy, the decision of majority Democrats, including Corey Booker (D)

Eastern View High School The following is an overview of when the respective EVHS JV and Varsity teams will have tryouts. The schedules vary due to the fact that February 19th is a parent/ teacher conference day (3:00 to 7:00pm) and the 20th is a professional development day for teachers. Each program’s point of contact is also listed if you have specific questions for the coaching staff. All perspective spring athletes must have updated VHSL physical form on file with EVHS and completed the signature page of the CCPS Student Athlete Code of Conduct before any off-season conditioning or tryout participation. REQUIRED MEETING - Once the rosters are established for each team, parents are required to attend information session on February 27 starting at 6:30 in EVHS auditorium. SPORTS FEES COLLECTION - The mandatory sports fee will be collected starting on February 27 from noon to 7 p.m. Boys Soccer - JV and Varsity for athletes in grades 8-12 will begin tryouts on February 20th starting at 3:30. Coach Lawyer Johnson can be reached at ljohnson@ccp-

sweb.org. Girls Soccer - Grades 9-12 -JV and Varsity will begin tryouts on February 19 starting at 3:45. Eighth graders will join the tryouts on February 21 at 3:45. Coach Mike Garrett can be reached at mgarrett816@yahoo.com Girls Lacrosse - Tryouts for 11th and 12th graders will begin on February 19t at 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Athletes in 10th grade will begin on Tuesday, the 20th at 3:30. All new players and 8th graders will begin tryout process on Wednesday, February 21 starting at 3:30. Coach Liz Schumacher can be contacted at eschumacher@culpeperschools.org Boys Lacrosse - Grades 9-12-Tryouts for boys JV and Varsity lacrosse will begin on February 20 starting at 3:30. Students in 8th grade will start tryout process on Wednesday starting at 3:45. All athletes need to contact Coach Speelman before tryouts to pick up playing equipment. Coach Steve Speelman can be contacted at the4speelmans@comcast.net. Boys and Girls track - Tryouts for the track program will begin on February 20 starting at 3:30pm. Coach Raymond Gee can be contacted at ray34gee@gmail.com. Baseball - Tryouts for JV and Varsity baseball will begin on February 19 starting at 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tryouts will continue on the 20th starting at 3:00pm. Coach Danny Nobbs can be reached at dnobbs@ccpsweb.org Softball - Tryouts for JV and Varsity softball will begin on Tuesday February 20 starting at 3:45

on the softball field. Coach Lonnie Myers can be reached at diamonddust@verizon.net Boys Tennis - Tryouts for boys tennis will begin on February 20 starting at 1 p.m. Coach Preston Will can be reached at Preston@ culpepersport.com. Girls Tennis - Tryouts for girls tennis will begin on February 20 at 11:30 p.m. Dena Smith can be reached at mckinleygabe@yahoo. com.

Culpeper County Parks and Rec programs

Culpeper County Parks and Rec has a few great programs to help chase away those winter blues. What better way to get rid of the winter blues than to come up with a story about being somewhere else? We also have fun fitness classes to help keep your New Year’s resolutions – come try Zumba or Hot Hula (as in grass skirts – not hula hoops). You’ll have a fun time and not realize you’re getting a workout, open to ages 13 & up. Also, our new Class Transform – it combines the best of yoga and sports training. For the younger kids, give our Little Tigers of Karate program a try, open to ages 6-11yrs. For the active adults out there, Tai Chi is a relaxing way to stay in shape, practice your balance, and meet new friends. Looking for something more “artsy” – we have a one day Landscape Painting class, separate times for kids and adults.

Community Cup standings Sponsored by Virginia Community Bank

WINTER 2017-2018 Girls Basketball (Game 1) Girls Basketball (Game 2) Boys Basketball (Game 1) Boys Basketball (Game 2) Wrestling (Match 1) Wrestling (Match 2) Girls Swimming Boys Swimming Field Hockey Boys Indoor Track Girls Indoor Track

CCHS 5 0 5 5 0 0 5 5 5 5 5

EVHS 0 5 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0

Yearly total:

55

40

Fall total: Winter total:

20 35

25 15

The Community Cup is sponsored by Virginia Community Bank. The cup is presented to the school with the most points in Virginia High School League sanctioned events at the end of the year.


22 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

Week of 2/19/18 - 2/25/18

puzzles The Weekly Crossword 1

2

3

by Margie E. Burke

4

5

6

7

8

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

24 26

27

32

33 37

41

42

46

47

53

13

Antiques • Crafts • Collectibles • Trains

Over 220 Vendors on One Floor! Virginia Living Magazine Winner for Antiques Malls in Central Virginia 29

34

30

31

56

57

35

38

39

43

44 48

40 45

49

51

54

55

58

59

62

63

64

65

66

67

60

61

Copyright 2018 by The Puzzle Syndicate

31 Flat replacement 34 Seat belt, e.g. 37 Underfeed, perhaps 40 2006 DiCaprio film, with "The" 43 In a while 44 Lands of an estate

49 Bon ___ (witty remark) 50 Packing heat 52 Quaker ___ 53 Type of sock 54 Best of the best 55 Cut the crop 56 Wine holder 57 Leaves home? 60 Vote against

DOWN 1 Excursion 2 Bindle bearer 3 Deprive of vital parts 4 Baby bird 5 Feared fish 6 Olfactory assault 7 Sargasso, e.g. 8 Mandarin variety Answers to Last Week’s Crossword: 9 Wood C L O D S W A B M E T A preservative R I P E K I T E I M A G 10 Raise O V E R S I G H T L I K E 11 4:1, e.g. L A T E N E S 12 Not walk straight A E R I E A P E 13 Ellen role in two T R A V E R S E E R E C T M O N G O Pixar films C O W A R E A S C U B 21 Tail movement A L A M O D E N O T E L E 23 ____ to riches S I R E N E M I R L Y 25 Indicate Week of 2/19/18 - 2/25/18 A M A S S T O D D L E 26 Reef explorer's I O N R E L I A B L gear G L O O D O G O O D E R 27 Dweeb D I S C H A R G A B A C K 29 Certainly G E A R A N O M O I R E 30 Microwave E D G Y M E N P E T E R feature

L E N S L A T E

9

E M E N D

Each row must contain the numbers 1 to 9; each column must contain the numbers 1 to 9; and each set of 3 by 3 boxes must contain the numbers 1 to 9.

6 3

7 5 3

Answers to Last Week’s Sudoku:

6

7 1 2 7 9

THE WEEKEND PAPER

Local News. Local Voices. e the

volution of a derb

yc

PIEDMONT AREA SO X DERBY ClAP ienBO tPro Super Kids

brings smiles

to everyone’s

of

faces

4

Mem ber ship | Com mun ity | Net wor kin g | Eco Loc al | Spe rry nom vill e Pike | Lea dSh are | Pro fes ic Dev elo pme nt Ref err al | Cul sion al Dev elo pep erF est | BIE pme nt Con nec t | Gro Day | Edu cat ion 201 w | Pro spe r | Cul | Lea d Cul pep er | pep er Virg inia Agr icultur e | L.B. | Dav is Str eet heat sheet | Mem Inn ovative | You Hen ret ty s inside ori al Awa rd ng Pro fes sion | als Mem ber ship Bus ines s | Net wor kin g | Eco nom ic DevSee you| at | Com mun ity | Pau elo l pme nt | Loc alBates Racew Lea dSh are | Pro | Spe rry villay fes sion al Dev June 17, 201 e Pike 7 elo pme nt | Ref BIE Day | Edu cat | err al | Cul pep ion | Lea d Cul erF est pep er | 100 th Virg inia | Dav Ann iver sar y is Str eet | Agr | Con nec t | Gro icultur e | Bus ity | Net wor kin w ines s | Inn ova g | Eco nom ic Dev tive | You ng Pro fe Pike | Lea dSh are elo pme nt | Loc al | Spe rry vill | Pro e epe rFe st | BIEFall/Winter 2017 fes sion al Dev elo pme ntprovide color background | Refoferrfulal Day | Edu ion Culryp Culpeper’|s histo | Lea d Cul pep Groind w | Pro ustspe ry r | Cul pepcat er | Con nec t er Virg inia | Dav culpow erin tu |our Busgine ss is Str eet | Agr i Inn ovative | You | L.B. Hen ret ty Mem ori al Awa rd | ng Pro fes sion als | Mem ber Net wor kin g | shi Eco nom ic Dev p | Com mun ity elo pme nt | Loc | Lea dSh are | al | Spe rry vill Pro fes sion al e Pike Dev elo pme nt Fes t | BIE Day | Ref err | Edu cat ion | Lea d Cul pep er | Con al | Cul pep er avis Str eet | Agr icultur e | nec t | Gro w | While Chikpe Bus ines Pro spe r | Cul a Graphics You ng Pro fes s sole respon checks all | Inn ova sibili said sion als | Mem ty oftive specificatio NOTE: The Drawings check layout the custom ns, it er to proofr & sizes & & specificatio ber ship ead all typeseis the Chikpea Graphi rkin ns g | Com provid | Eco tting, cs, LLC & ed arenom munapprov as such are the intell may not be ity e| color ic Dev ectual elo Netbefore covered under reproduced, wo printing or fabrication. proper pme ty of nt APPROVED copied or the laws of Chikpea Graphi | Loc al Shadistri U.S. copyri cs, LLC. re |buted | Spe rry villREV ght & Prowithou fest sion the expres ISIONS NEE s consen al e Pike Dev t of elo pme nt | Agr | Lea d DED 825 KINGSBRO 825 Kings b ro o k Ro a OK ROAD icul tur d • Cu l p e SIGNAT • CULP e | Bus ines s | Inn URE EPERp,e r,VA VA 2 2 7 0 1 22701 • 5 4 0. 3 1 ov

Your hometown source for local community news...

Did You Know?

Stock 12, Super Stock 13, Super Kids 14

B-13.75 -- T

futUre

rim

12.75D x 10.00W

-- CmYK

1

In addition to the weekly newspaper, the Culpeper Times also publishes: •

7. 5 5 1 6 • C 540. h i k Pe a F X @ 317.5516 mail.com • gCHIK PEAF

DATE

X@GMAIL.COM

8

Copyright 2018 by The Puzzle Syndicate

746 Germanna Hwy • Culpeper, VA 540-825-3133 Open 7 Days a Week • Mon-Sat 9-6, Sun 12-5 Rt 3, one block west 29 ByPass

See page

Edited by Margie E. Burke

HOW TO SOLVE:

FREE Parking • Air Conditioned Mall Check our Facebook page for upcoming events facebook/comMinuteManMiniMall

proof approval

67 Flood block

2

6

12

23

50

4 3

11

28

36

52

10

25

SUDOKU

6 5 4

9

14

Difficulty: Easy

9 8 2

MiniMall

ar

ACROSS 1 At that time 5 Hitching place 9 Musical triad 14 Gad about 15 Brainchild 16 Drive in Beverly Hills 17 Nile bird 18 Horse coloring 19 Pond denizen 20 When the troops go home 22 How some things are overstated 24 Reunion group 25 Beauty's admirer 26 Seasonal vehicle? 28 As a result 29 "___ showtime!" 32 Toe woe 33 Hopper, e.g. 35 Barely beat 36 Grammar topic 38 A billion years 39 Fluid build-up 41 Vegas action 42 Like Batman and Robin 45 ___ and anon 46 You-here link 47 Part of a pot 48 Terrence Howard series 50 Squirrel's snack 51 Castle enclosure 52 Simple wind instrument 55 Take back 58 Coffeehouse draw 59 Isabel Allende's "___ of My Soul" 61 Alpine lift 62 Article of faith 63 Indian bread 64 End of a threat 65 Stockholm native 66 Hunt and peck, e.g.

MINUTEMAN

5 4

5 3 9 2 4 7 6 1 8

8 1 7 3 6 5 2 4 9

2 4 6 8 9 1 5 7 3

1 9 2 6 3 8 7 5 4

6 7 4 1 5 9 3 8 2

3 5 8 4 7 2 1 9 6

4 2 1 5 8 6 9 3 7

7 6 3 9 1 4 8 2 5

9 8 5 7 2 3 4 6 1

The Piedmont Soap Box Derby Special Section Treasures of Culpeper Magazines Culpeper’s Best of the Best Section

Culpeper’s Downtown Destinations Section The Annual Culpeper Chamber of Commerce Community Guide & The Culpeper Resource Guide

For more information, Call Us at 540.812.2282 today!


Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282

THE WEEKEND PAPER

Local News. Local Voices.

Find YOUR local weekly community paper at more than 300 locations throughout the region! AMISSVILLE Amissville Post Office Mayhugh’s Deli CULPEPER 7-11 (Main St. near Shenandoah Garden Spot) A.B. Kearns Trucking & Stone All Smiles Dental AJ’s Market Amberwood Animal Hospital Antonio’s Barbershop Surgical Center Ande’s Store Restaurant & Pizza Baby Jim’s Snack Bar Battleford Toyota Billy Fox, State Farm Agency BP (Across from CVS) Bonnie Reb Boots Brooks Chiropractic Clinic Bruster’s Ice Cream Century 21 Cintas Christina Mills D.D.S. Clancey Counseling, LLC Commonwealth Eye Chik-fil-A Chrysler of Culpeper Coin Laundry Commonwealth Medical Center Comfort Inn Country Cookin’ Country Shoppes of Culpeper County Farm Service CRI Culpeper County Library Culpeper Chamber of Commerce Culpeper Cosmetology Culpeper Economic Development Culpeper Family Practice Culpeper Farmer’s Co-Op Culpeper Museum Culpeper Diner/4C’s Culpeper Senior Center Culpeper Thrift Shoppe Culpeper Health & Rehab Culpeper Post Office Culpeper Resource Center Culpeper UVA Hospital Culpeper Visitor Center Culpeper Town Police Department Culpeper Department of Human Services Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office Culpeper Sport and Racquet Club CVS - Culpeper Dairy Queen Double J’s Antiques & Collectibles Duke’s Store Dunkin’ Donuts Eagle Postal

Embrace Home Loans Enterprise Rent-A-Car Epiphany Catholic School Eppard Orthodontist Eyecare of Virginia EXIT Cornerstone Realty Farm Credit Federated Auto Friendship Heights Frost Cafe Full Circle Thrift Gary’s Ace Hardware Gannett Insurance Germanna Daniel Tech Center Germanna Community College (Locust Grove Campus) Gilmores Grill 309 Goodnight Jewelers Illusions by Teresa Intergrity Auto Holiday Inn & Express H&R Block IHOP Jersey Mike’s Jiffy Lube K&M Lawn Equipment Knakal’s Bakery Liberty Tax Service Long & Foster Real Estate - Culpeper office Main Street Weddings Martin’s Mattress Firm Maw and Pa’s Country Store MedExpress Merriman Grocery Montague Miller Real Estate Moving Meadows Bakery McCarthy Tire Microtel Minute Man Mini Mall Murphy’s USA Northridge Apartments Pepper’s Grill/Best Western Pixley’s Automotive Premier Auto Powell Wellness Center Quality Inn Randy’s Flowers by Endless Creations Ravens Nest Ray’s Automotive Red Carpet Inn REMAX/Crossroads Reuwer’s Grocery Reva Market Rising Sun Auto Safeway Salvation Army Shawn’s Smokehouse BBQ Shear Love Salon

Soap Opera Laundry Spring Leaf Starbucks Supercuts Surge Tech Box The Ole Country Store Town of Culpeper Uncle Elders BBQ & Family Restaurant UVA Pediatric Verizon Vinosity Virginia Community Bank Virginia Orthopedic Center Weis Markets (Culpeper Town Square) Weis Markets (513 Madison Road) Westover Market Westside Grocery Wellspring Health Services Family Practice and Walk-in Clinic ORANGE COUNTY Round Hill Inn Silk Mill Grille WJMA 103.1 Orange County Tattoos Jim Woods Barbershop Orange County Chamber of Commerce Dogwood Village Grymes School FLINT HILL Skyward Cafe WARRENTON Fauquier Chamber Piedmont Publishing Warrenton Chamber Warrenton Police Department Fauquier Times Fauquier Hospital Bistro McClanahan’s Camera REMINGTON The Corner Deli in Remington Remington Barbershop Dollar Store Wally’s Automotive MADISON The Mountaineer Cafe Yoders Country Market Eddins Ford Autumn Care Nursing & Rehab Prince Michel Vineyards & Winery Madison BP Pig N’ Steak Orange-Madison Co-Op SPERRYVILLE Trading Post Cafe FT Valley Store

The Culpeper Times is published every Thursday and is Culpeper’s FREE weekly newspaper providing local news, community events, and weekly topics you won’t want to miss! Subscription for postal mail delivery is available by contacting Jan Clatterbuck at 540.675.3338 or jan@rappnews.com.

23


24 Reach Your Customers in the Next Issue—Call 540.812.2282 Welcome to

Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018

Now Open Mondays 10am-5pm

Chrissy, Sam, Robin, Nikki & Lauralee Hablamos español y hacemos peinados y maquillaje para bodas y quinceañeras.

606 Sperryville Pike • Route 522 N West Village Centre • Culpeper, VA 540.827.4976 Retired Disabled Veteran Owned Military Discounts • Senior Discounts • Educator Discounts

culpeper

VALENTINE'S DAY KING AND QUEEN. Andrew Smith (left), of Culpeper, and Lillie Early, of Bealeton, were named the Valentine's Day King and Queen at the Culpeper Senior Center Feb. 13. Pictured with them is senior center coordinator Gladys Williams.

NOW YOU SEE IT. Magician Wes Iseli performs in front of a group of children at the Culpeper Center. Iseli wowed toddlers to adults with his unique brand of magic.

MARDI GRAS. Marjorie Dunleavy (left) paints McKenna Ammons face during Culpeper Renaissance Inc.'s downtown Mardi Gras Feb. 10.

A TRIP TO RIO. Theatrical Artists, led by Adriana Bustamante, performed three songs during the annual Mardi Gras Feb. 10. Here the group performs a song from the animated movie "Rio."

Want to submit photographs? Email Editor Jeff Say at jsay@culpepertimes.com.

Profile for InsideNoVa

Culpeper Times - Feb 15th, 2018  

Culpeper Times - Feb 15th, 2018