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H E A LT H What is Lymphedema? ➤ What you need to know about the causes, symptoms and treatments Have you ever experienced swelling after an injury? Maybe you twisted your ankle and needed to elevate and ice it for a couple of days. The silver lining in most cases is knowing that swelling will be gone after a few days. For people with lymphedema, however, there isn’t a quick-fix solution and swelling is unlikely to dissipate without treatment. Lymphedema is a chronic disorder characterized by persistent swelling in the arms, legs, face, neck or trunk. Sherrie Beres, MOT/L is an occupational therapist at Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center Rehabilitation – Powell Wellness Center with over 16 years of experience working with a wide variety of patients. She is trained in Lymphedema and explains the causes and symptoms of lymphedema and discusses treatment options. Causes “Lymphedema results from a blockage or impaired flow of fluid within the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system,” said Beres. “The lymphatic system helps keep us healthy by circulating

protein-rich lymph fluid through our lymph vessels to remove harmful substances. This fluid ultimately ends up in our lymph nodes, where infections are filtered out and flushed from the body. When lymph vessels are unable to drain that fluid adequately, lymphedema may occur.” For some, the condition is hereditary, but in most cases lymphedema is triggered by a disruption in the lymphatic system caused by removal of, or injury, to a lymph node or vessel. This can occur when cancer cells block lymph vessels, when radiation treatments result in scarring and inflammation of lymph nodes or vessels, and when lymph nodes are surgically removed. Symptoms Risk of developing lymphedema increases after lymph node removal or any type of cancer treatment but even people with no history of cancer can develop the condition, particularly those who are elderly, overweight, had injury to a limb, surgery of any type, or chronic venous insufficiency which is decreased circulation. For this reason, you are encouraged to see a doctor if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: • Persistent swelling in all or part of an arm, leg, head, neck or the trunk of the body • Feelings of heaviness or tightness • Restricted range of motion • Aching or discomfort • Recurring infections

• Hardening or thickening of skin (fibrosis) “Although there is not a cure for lymphedema, visiting your doctor at the onset of symptoms can lead to quicker relief,” said Beres. “Even mild cases can cause discomfort and require therapy to manage pain, swelling, immobility, and prevent infections.” Treatments Once your doctor has evaluated your symptoms and confirmed that lymphedema is the cause, they will likely refer you to an occupational or physical therapist for a specialized type of therapy called manual lymph drainage. This treatment decreases swelling by improving the circulation of lymphatic fluid. Having a therapist trained in lymphedema apply specialized compression wraps or a compression sleeve can also help

prevent fluid buildup. “Incorporating very gentle exercises into your daily routine can also encourage lymph fluid drainage,” said Beres. “Your therapist can work with you to determine the best exercises. They shouldn’t be strenuous or cause fatigue, but even light exercise can make a world of difference in your everyday comfort.” Comprehensive rehabilitation services are available at Culpeper Medical Center, including specialty services such as oncology rehab, aquatics, LSVT treatment for people with Parkinson’s disease and treatment for dizziness and concussion. For more information about lymphedema and rehabilitation services at Novant Health UVA Health System, visit novanthealthuva.org/services/ rehabilitation.

Culpeper Medical Center receives ‘A’ Leapfrog hospital safety grade Culpeper Medical Center, a Novant Health UVA Health System facility, was awarded an ‘A’ grade The Leapfrog Group’s spring 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. The designation recognizes the medical center’s efforts in protecting patients from harm and providing safer health care. The Leapfrog Group is a national nonprofit organization committed to improving healthcare quality and safety for consumers and purchasers. The Safety Grade assigns an ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ or ‘F’ grade to hospitals across the country based on their performance in preventing medical errors, injuries, accidents, infections and other harms to patients in their care. For the Spring 2019 Hospital

Safety Grades Survey, all Novant Health UVA Health System hospitals including Culpeper Medical Center, Haymarket Medical Center and Prince William Medical Center were among the top 32 percent of hospitals nationwide, and 35 in the state of Virginia, to receive ‘A’ ratings for their commitment to patient safety, “We are so pleased that Culpeper Medical Center’s commitment to providing safe care for patients is being recognized with an ‘A’ grade for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group,” said Jeff Hetmanski, president of Culpeper Medical Center. “This achievement assures our community that we take patient safety seriously, and that our medical staff

and team members are dedicated to providing our patients with the safest and highest quality of care.” Virginia ranked second among states based on the number of ‘A’ hospitals compared to the total number of hospitals in the state for the spring 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. A top grade of ‘A’ helps patients assess the safety of a hospital – the higher the grade, the safer the hospital. To view the Culpeper Medical Center scores as they compare nationally and locally, visit the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade website at www.hospitalsafetygrade.org. Novant Health UVA Health System is an integrated network of

physician offices, outpatient centers and medical centers providing patients access to advanced, quality care delivered with a personal touch. Founded in 2016, the regional Health System is a partnership between Novant Health and UVA Health System that provides subspecialty care and groundbreaking clinical trials — with the support of UVA Health System — along with urgent and primary care in Virginia. Headquartered in Warrenton, Virginia, Novant Health UVA Health System is committed to providing quality care close to home. For more information, please visit our website at NovantHealthUVA. org. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


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It is that time of year again where we reflect on the school year and look ahead to the next chapter. This year, Culpeper Youth has 5 students graduating, Hayden Zarn, Riley Reynolds, Cameron Easter, Javier Santos, and Shifa Tewari. These students, among the rest of the Culpeper Youth membership, have each brought their own ideas, creativity, leadership skills, and tenacity to the community through their work with Culpeper Youth. I am incredibly proud of who they are becoming and all they have accomplished. And I know for certain that each of these students will continue to make waves by being exactly who MD they want to be. In this open letter to the CY graduates, I want to share with them and the community my thoughts on how amazing they are and how much faith I have that they, and all of our youth, can Primary Care and will thrive when given the space to be themselves. As adults, it can often be difficult to let go of the need to control our youth and constantly tell them what to do. These young adults, and their peers, UVA PRIMARY CARE have demonstrated time andCOMMONWEALTH time again that MEDICAL they can handle it. They can set goals and create action 16268 Bennett Road | Culpeper, VA 22701 | 540.825.6263 | uvahealth.com/commonwealthmedical plans to meet those goals, all while demonstrating leadership skills that most adults don’t possess. I cannot say enough how proud of them I am. Go continue to be amazing and and make this world a better place. I love each of you, no matter what! in Fredericksburg, several winery

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In 2006 with retirement on the horizon and after extensive research for an area that would meet their requirements, Lou Realmuto and his wife moved to Culpeper. One of their requirements was to find a location that had the charm of a small town with the amenities of a big city. After visiting Main Street and Davis Street and driving around the beautiful countryside, it was obvious that Culpeper met all that they had hoped for and more. One of Lou’s requirements was to be in an area that would enable him to get back into his hobby and love of classic cars which he enjoyed at an early age back in Brooklyn, New York. So, after they settled in and with retirement now just around the corner, in 2008 he purchased a 1953 MGTD Kit Car and began going to events both locally and around Northern Virginia. Rather than officially joining a club or organization, he found that with so many opportunities to go to car shows and cruise-ins to meet people within the classic car culture with similar interests, membership wasn’t necessary. Riley Reynolds Cameron Easter That’s when he met Chuck Shotwell from nearby Stafford who along with several of his friends had a group that weren’t a club or official organization but simply a bunch of guys who had a love of country, classic cars and wanted to help preserve the classic car hobby while supporting our military and various charities. It was exactly what Lou was looking for and their close friendship began. They also decided to focus primarily on supporting the Fisher House Foundation and incorporated raising (Editor's note: This is weekly series highlighting members of Culpeper's Youth Council. awareness and funds for this A+ 4 STAR To join Culpeper Youth, go to www.culpeperyouth.org to apply.) charity into their mission. There are currently 82 Fisher Houses in operation It is that time of year again where we reflect on the school year and providing a comfort home for families look ahead to the next chapter. This year, Culpeper Youth has 5 students of service members enabling them to graduating, Hayden Zarn, Riley Reynolds, Cameron Easter, Javier Santos, be close to their loved one as they are and Shifa Tewari. These students, among the rest of the Culpeper Youth treated at VA medical centers and membership, have each brought their own ideas, creativity, leadership hospitals nationwide and in Europe. Lou skills, and tenacity to the community through their work with Culpeper has stated that it has been a rewarding Youth. I am incredibly proud of who they are becoming and all they experience and an honor working with have accomplished. And I know for certain that each of these students the foundation and they have been a will continue to make waves by being exactly who they want to be. In registered Fisher House Supporter every this open letter to the CY graduates, I want to share with them and the year since. community my thoughts on how amazing they are and how much faith In order to meet their display I have that they, and all of our youth, can and will thrive when given the requirements and commitments over space to be themselves. As adults, it can often be difficult to let go of the the years they were also building an need to control our youth and constantly tell them what to do. These exclusive list of classic vehicle owners young adults, and their peers, have demonstrated time and time again /” volunteers” who shared their vision that they can handle it. They can set goals and create action plans to meet and who, when available, would attend those goals, all while demonstrating leadership skills that most adults and participate in an event. Some of the don’t possess. I cannot say enough how proud of them I am. Go continue types of events they organized included to be amazing and and make this world a better place. I love each of you, a McDonalds grand opening display no matter what!

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displays in Bealeton and Amissville, an assisted living open house display in Spotsylvania as well as participating in a Lake of the Woods 4th of July parade and CulpeperFest. They currently have over 50 registered volunteers who enjoy displaying and speaking with people about their special ride. In addition, with the help and support of local and area sponsors and business partners including Ed’s Awards & Engraving, Chrysler of Culpeper, Brusters, PDM Motorworks, Braggs Corner Properties, LLC and The Culpeper Times, they have been able to achieve their expectations and more. By 2016 the good news was that Cruisin For Heroes had become a great success and was known throughout central and northern Virginia as a group who provided family friendly vehicle displays at various types of community and charity events….the challenge was that their team was not growing at the same pace as their success. Therefore, they had to make the difficult decision to cut back and reduce the number of events each year to maintain the quality expected. Then in 2017 Cruisin For Heroes was at a crossroads when for various reasons they were back to only a handful of members and their founder had retired from the group. With the remaining four members and a list of almost 50 volunteers, Lou and the remaining team decided they still wanted to continue for as long as possible maintaining a significantly reduced schedule and engaging in more collaborative events with clubs and organization versus solely Cruisin For Heroes events. Their 2019 schedule includes three of their signature events, the monthly Cruise-In at Brusters on the 4th Saturday of the month from May through August, the Airshow on Oct.12 and their Toys4Tots Run on Dec. 14. They collaborated already on two events supporting an April Rolling Thunder Car Show in Springfield and an Open House event earlier this month at PDM Motorworks here in Culpeper. They are also booked in September for a Fisher House fundraiser/silent auction in Fredericksburg and will be supporting several area cruise-ins. Over the past 13 years Lou and his wife have met many great people in the area, they love Culpeper and he now has his fourth car a 1946 Ford Convertible. Attending a Cruisin For Heroes event is a great opportunity to enjoy viewing some classic vehicles while supporting the Fisher House Foundation as well as other charities and community causes. This Saturday will be their first of four monthly cruise-ins at Brusters here in Culpeper from 4 to 7 p.m.


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First Senior Walk makes impact on elementary students By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer

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A.G. Richardson principal Susan Bridges hugs an Eastern View High School senior during the inaugural Senior Walk Thursday. Seniors from EVHS and Culpeper County High School visited the six elementary schools in Culpeper County prior to graduation. “It just shows they are working toward something, it’s working toward a goal,” Brown said. “It just feels like you’re done with your first part and now you’re moving on to real life and doing your own thing.” Shaun Summerscales, assistant principal at EVHS, slapped hands with many of the youngsters as they lined the halls - waving banners and posters with encouraging words for the seniors. “It’s one of those things an elementary kid will remember until the moment they get to do it

themselves,” Summerscales said. “For a kid that may have the chips stacked against them, seeing something like this may help put themselves in that role.” It was a total buy in by the senior class, he said. Three hundred of the 318 EVHS seniors participated in the walk. “They were excited to come back and see their old school, their teachers and all the excited faces cheering them on,” Summerscales said. “They chose to take part of this, I think it just goes to show what a special idea this was.”

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adults are just so excited.” Over at A.G. Richardson, principal Sue Bridges wiped away tears as a steady stream of students hugged it. “It’s emotional,” she said. “Just seeing that they made it. They worked hard, they’re going on to bigger and better things.” Bridges, the longtime principal at A.G., said she is constantly amazed at how grown up the seniors look. “At least a dozen, for those I recognize, there’s so many that I don’t recognize because they all changed,” Bridges said. “When they left they were shoulder height and now they’re all taller than me.” Zach Brown, a senior at EVHS who will be attending Virginia Military Institute in the fall, said it was nice to come back and tour their old elementary schools. “I feel like it’s a fun experience for both sides,” Brown said. “They get to get out of class for a few minutes and they get to see what it’s in store for them for the future.” Brown said he wishes he had something like this when he was in elementary school.


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Johnson announces candidacy for sheriff ➤ Longtime law enforcement officer ran for office in four-way race in 2015 By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Longtime law enforcement officer CJ Johnson announced his candidacy for sheriff of Culpeper County Wednesday evening at Raven’s Nest Coffee Shop. Johnson, who ran against current Sheriff Scott Jenkins in 2015, was supported by an eclectic group - Republicans, Democrats and Independents all turned out for his announcement. After losing in a four-person race in 2015 - along with candidates Mike Grant and Pat Coffey - why run again? “I still think there’s a lot of change that needs to happen in Culpeper,” Johnson said. “My overall consensus from citizens is that they aren’t happy with the current administration. I feel like I have a lot to offer.” One of the lessons learned from his last foray into politics - don’t run in a multi-person race. “Honestly, don’t get involved in a race with too many people,” Johnson said with a laugh. “I did learn a lot through the process about campaigning. Campaigning is like a business, you need help. Last time I tried to do too much myself, this time I have a great team supporting me.” Johnson said that community issues such as the opioid crisis, transparency within the sheriff ’s department, jail overcrowding and public perception of the organization are some of his key reasons for running. Johnson, currently employed by the Orange Police Department, pointed to community policing in North Carolina that has been a success as far as the opioid epidemic is concerned.

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CJ Johnson announced his candidacy for Culpeper County Sheriff last Wednesday at Raven's Nest Coffee House in Culpeper. “We need to try different things as far as the opioid crisis is concerned,” Johnson said. “There’s been some success in other communities that the community policing approach has been very successful for them. The county recently had a big drug bust that was initiated through a patrol officer. When you get to know the community and interacting with them things like that happen.” He also said that if elected, he would push for body worn cameras for the deputies. “We need transparency within the office,” Johnson said. “Part of that is getting body worn cameras for the officers, earning the trust and respect of this community.” One of the biggest controversies that has faced the sheriff ’s office in recent years is the signing of the 287(g) policy with ICE. The program has led to lawsuits by the ACLU and the Legal Aid Justice Center.

“I’m against illegal immigration residents, many have expressed but I’m also against this 287(g) concern with the current adminisprogram,” Johnson said. “In my tration. “A lot of them have lost faith opinion, it leads to, at some point, discrimination against people. The or trust in the current adminissheriff ’s office had effectively done tration,” Johnson said. “I feel like it’s job prior to the program, I don’t we need to gain that trust back, really see how it’s helped anything. that comes from doing our jobs the Obviously there’s a reason only a right way and treating people fairfew agencies in the state involved ly across the board.” Troy Frazier, a longtime friend with it.” Johnson also said the sheriff ’s of Johnson’s, said his character is department needs to look at either what sets him apart. “Our friendship spans almost building a new jail to house more prisoners or enter a contract with 30 years, we spent time volunteera regional facility to house over- ing with the Culpeper County Volunteer Rescue Squad for almost flow. Johnson campaigned in 2015 10 years,” Frazier said. “We found about increasing security in ourselves coming to the aid of our schools, and said that the current community when people are havadministration has done a good job ing the worst possible moments of putting resource officers in each of their life, you really get to see school. He still cautions that more a person in that timeframe - what work needs to be done to keep they’re made of. He was always a up with the ever changing active man of character and integrity. No Mon-Friday 9:00what AM—8:00 matter it PM was, he stood up shooter program. Sat April Sun April 15 9:00 AM—5:00 PM did the right thing.” He said that in speaking with14 &and March Monday, April 16 & Tue April 17 9:00 AM—8:00 PM Or till the1st-31st Last Client leaves.

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The 14 officers recognized for their efforts were: Officer Jacob Neal Sgt. Andy Berry Officer Jacob Neal, Officer Archer Minor, Officer Chris Dejarnette Officer Nolan Overby Officer Chris Dejarnette Officer John Bahl, Officer John Minor Lt. Kevin Tooley, Officer Chris Dejarnette, Officer John Minor Sgt. Luke Altman, Officer John Slaughter Officer John Minor, Officer Chris Dejarnette Officer Matt Haymaker, Officer Chris Garcia Officer Matt Satterfield Officer Nolan Overby, Deputy Mike Mawdsley Officer John Minor Officer Kate Keat getting that phone call is harrowing. The situation ended peacefully, without loss of life and it was handled exceptionally.” Jenkins praised his officers for their work, their training and their commitment to the community. More than 75 percent of the staff has received crisis intervention training and that training was evident with the 18 incidents that officers were recognized for on Wednesday. Jenkins shared a story about an article that he recently shared, asking if the public was asking law enforcement to do too much. “My answer? No, because who would you call if you didn’t have these officers to call at 2 a.m. in the

Rapppahannock Rapidan Community Services Prevention Specialist Alan Rasmussen was honored with a special award during the Culpeper Town Police Deptarment Lifesavers Banquet May 15. morning?” Jenkins asked. “I don’t think we’re asking too much, but in saying that I ask you to remember what these officers are enduring each and every night.” Jenkins also said the partnerships the agency has within the community help save lives, presenting a special award to Alan Rasmussen, Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services Prevention Specialist. Invoking Rasmussen’s now familiar phrase, “put the keys on the table,” Jenkins praised him for his work in suicidice prevention and opioid abuse. Rasmussen has been at the front lines for more than a decade, working with community coalitions and teaching life saving measures for both epidemics. “I know this stuff goes on with the police department, but to be here to-

night and hear all that goes on, and everything the law enforcement officers do in the area that I serve and I live - it blows my mind,” Rasmussen said. “It makes me feel safe and I admire the leadership and the people working the front lines.” Rasmussen, as he’s always quick to do, pointed the spotlight at the coalitions - The Living the Dream Foundation, the Rusty Bowers Suicide Prevention Coaltion, Sex, Drugs and God, Come As You Are, Culpeper Overdose Awareness and many others. “I’m one person and this prevention work, I know from experience, you do not get anything done unless you partner with individuals and organizations,” Rasmussen said. “I am representative of all the people I work with in all the organizations I deal with.”

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Culpeper Times • May 23-29, 2019

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BLUE DEVIL PRIDE: Culpeper County High School graduated 277 students Saturday at Broman Field. (LEFT) Daniel Garcia and Chad McKnight sing prior to graduation. (BELOW) Sam Lincoln receives his diploma from Dr. Daniel Solderholm.


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BLUE DEVIL PRIDE: Culpeper County High School graduated 277 students Saturday at Broman Field. (TOP, LEFT) Sydney Hall receives her diplona. (TOP, RIGHT), Jeremiah Aida leads the class of 2019 down the aisle. (BELOW) Jessica Boss takes a selfie as she moves her tassle from right to left.

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What’s Happening 5/23•5/30

MEMORIAL DAY • Culpeper National Cemetery will host Memorial Day, Monday at 11 a.m.

MAY 25

CULPEPER MAY

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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.

REFORMATION LUTHERAN CHURCH • Reformation

Lutheran Church, 601 Madison Rd., Culpeper, Reformation Lutheran Church - A bible study just for seniors "Graying in Grace" meets each Tuesday at 10 a.m.

MAY 23

BINGO • VFW Post 2524 weekly

bingo sessions on Friday nights. Doors open at 5 p.m., play starts at 6:45 p.m. Guaranteed $1,000 jackpot, regular games pay $100 if 90 or more players. Upstairs and downstairs seating, the entire facility is nonsmoking. Call 825-3424.

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

Culpeper National Cemetery will host a Memorial Day Ceremony at 11 a.m. Monday.

FILM • “Whitman in Culpeper” - followed by “Shenandoah” (Universal, 1965) For two months in early 1864, poet, essayist, and journalist Walt Whitman (1819-1892) resided in Culpeper, Virginia, while serving as a volunteer nurse in the Army of the Potomac’s nearby field hospitals. Despite the ravages the war had visited upon the area, Whitman described Culpeper as “one of the pleasantest towns in Virginia.” As part of the Library of Congress’s series of events commemorating the Whitman bicentenary, local historian Bud Hall will present a talk about Whitman’s time in the area, followed by a screening of “Shenandoah.” Though morally opposed to slavery, he struggles to

maintain a neutral stance until the conflict affects his family. Directed by Andrew McLaglen, the film also stars Doug McClure, Glenn Corbett and Patrick Wayne. 35mm archival film print, 105 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken. 7:30 p.m.

MAY 24 LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Culpeper’s David Gilmore at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover.

• Flags in for Memorial Day is an annual tradition where volunteers come out to Culpeper National Cemetery to help lay small decorative American flags on every gravesite of 11,000-plus veterans. Everyone is encouraged to join the staff at Culpeper National Cemetery in helping honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for this Nation. Placement of flags will begin at 8 a.m. on the historic side of the cemetery and continue until every gravesite is decorated with an American flag. This humble act helps prepare the cemetery for its annual Memorial Day ceremony. For more information, contact Matthew Priest, cemetery director: 540-825-0027.

LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Soul Perception at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-7644229. No cover. CRUISIN' FOR HEROES • Cruisin' For Heroes will be having its first Brusters’s cruise-in of the season at 4 to 7 p.m. Address is 16170 Rogers Road (just off Rt. 29 at Braggs Corner Road / 666). As always, DJ “Chip” we be providing the music, there will be a 50/50 raffle, door prizes provided by PDM Motorworks will be awarded every half hour starting at 4:30 p.m. with the Manager’s Choice Trophy presentation at 7 p.m. Crusin for Heroes donates our 50/50 portion to Fisher House as well as any funds collected at our Cruisin For Heroes booth from donations/sales of Fisher House items.


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What’s Happening MAY 26

CHURCH • St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church - Join us in Worship! We offer three Holy Communion Services each week: Sunday at 8 AM or 10:30 AM, Childcare from 9 AM – 12 PM. Wednesday Centering Prayer at 11 AM followed by Healing and Holy Communion at 12 PM. For information: www.ststephensculpeper.net | 540825-8786 | ssec@ststephensculpeper. net | Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street.

CHURCH • Beulah Baptist Church, 9297 Eggbornsville Road, Rixeyville, will celebrate the 4th Anniversary of Pastor and First Lady Pitts at 3 p.m. Our guest preacher will be Rev. Darnell Lundy from Main Uno Baptist Church, Rochelle, Virginia. Dinner will be served following the morning message delivered by Rev. Lawrence Hutcherson at 11:00 a.m. On Wednesday nights, Pastor Pitts hosts a call-in Bible study from 7:30 p.m. -8 p.m. Free Dial-in (302) 202-1118; access code 862090. For more information, please contact Michelle Hutcherson at bbc9297@gmail.com or (540) 937-5563.

BINGO • Mid-Day Lions Sunday

Night Bingo. Help support local groups with a fun night of games. Held at Pepper’s Grill located at 791 Madison Road in Culpeper (by Best Western). Doors open at 5 p.m. Games begin at 6:30 p.m. Three progressives each night, $1,000 jackpot.

CHURCH • Mountain View

Community Church's Sermon Topic for Sunday, May 26: "Prayer & Worship" Worship Service Times: 8:30, 10, 11:30 AM. Live Stream available at 10:00 AM via our website www.mountainviewcc.net. Children's programs available for birth - 5th grade. We are located at 16088 Rogers Road, behind Brusters Icecream. Small groups also meet throughout the week. 540-7270297

MAY 27

MEMORIAL DAY • A Memorial

Day Program to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation will be held at the Culpeper National Cemetery at 11 a.m. Keynote speaker is Dr. Sherry Crissman, EdD USMC/USN Veteran

WINDMORE • On Memorial Day, at 3 p.m. Windmore's Piedmont Community Band and Crossroads Youth Strings Groups will play musical selections associated with

the military. The performance will be at the American Legion Post 330 on Route 229. The address is 14222 Rixeyville Rd. The event is free and will be presented rain or shine. Weather permitting it will be outside in the back of the building. If it rains it will be inside the main building. Bring a blanket or chairs for outside and your own picnic meal. In addition Windmore’s Pen-toPaper members have written stories and poetry with a military theme. These will be read by StageWorks Theater members. The objective for this performance is to remind everyone about the purpose of Memorial Day.

MAY 29

FARMERS MARKET • Culpeper Medical Center, a Novant Health UVA Health System facility, will host a community farmers market featuring produce and goods from local vendors every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning May 8 and running through October. The farmers market will be located near the main entrance of the medical center and encourages healthy eating for a healthier Culpeper. Eating the rainbow of fruits and vegetable superfoods not only benefits diet, but yellow and orange foods such as carrots, yellow apples, oranges, squash, yellow peppers and sweet potatoes support heart health, vision, and the immune system, while lowering the risk for some cancers. Local farmers markets are a great way for individuals to learn more about a wide assortment of produce, preparation methods and to try other products available in their local community. Farmers markets also help local farmers and business owners by giving them access to consumers and support that directly impacts their business which, in turn, helps our community as a whole. CHURCH • Beulah Baptist

Church, 9297 Eggbornsville Road, Culpeper hosts a call-in Bible study every Wednesday from 7:30- 8:00 p.m. Free Dial-in 302/202-1118; access code 862090. For more information, email bbc9297@ gmail.com.

MAY 30

FILM • ““Vibrations, 1972 (WNET, 1972) Produced for PBS by WNET, “Vibrations” was a Music Magazine program that ran for only one season, (1972-73) and covered a wide assortment of musical genres. Music featuring Phillip Glass and other Avant Garde

pioneers, an interview and performance with Guitar Hero Roy Buchanan, and a UK produced tour of Scotland with Bassist Jack Bruce, immediately after quitting the Super Group Cream. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken. 7:30 p.m.

FIVE OVER 50 • Aging Together,

a non-profit organization dedicated to serving older adults and their caregivers, announces the recipients of the sixth annual “Five Over Fifty” awards for 2019. This year Aging Together will recognize Cathy Zielinski of Culpeper County; Jeff Flynn of Orange; Max Lacy of Madison; Barney O’Meara of Rappahannock; and Doug Larson of Fauquier. The celebration will be held at 7 p.m., at Culpeper Country Club. For more information about the honorees, to be a sponsor or to purchase a ticket, call 540829-6405. Tickets can also be purchased at https://fiveoverfifty2019.eventbrite. com

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$10.00 children 6-12 $5.00 under 6 free. Dinner includes chicken, sides, bread, beverages, and various desserts, Advance tickets are $9.00 and can be purchased by calling 540-937-9979, All are welcome and all proceeds to benefit the Jeffersonton Community Center.

JUNE 22

BOWL FOR SENIORS • Bowl

For Seniors Fundraiser June 22. Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services will hold their 12th Annual Bowl For Seniors Fundraiser at FILM • ““Summer With Monika” Mountain Run Bowling Center on (Svensk Filmindustri, 1953) Saturday, June 22 from 12pm-4pm. All Inspired by the earthy eroticism of proceeds to benefit the RRCS Aging Harriet Andersson in the first of her Services Programs offered throughout many roles for him, Ingmar Bergman Culpeper, Orange, Madison, had a major international breakthrough Rappahannock and Fauquier counties. with this sensual and ultimately These programs include Senior Center ravaging tale of young love. A girl Services, Home Delivered Meals, Adult (Andersson) and boy (Lars Ekborg) from Day Healthcare, Senior Advocacy, working-class families in Stockholm run Care Coordination and Transportation away from home to spend a secluded, Services. Multiple levels of support romantic summer at the beach, far from and/or participation are available: parents and responsibilities. Inevitably, Monetary Sponsorship, Door Prize it is not long before the pair are forced Donation, Bowling (team of 4 w/$30 to return to reality. 35mm film print pledge or more per bowler, shoes and courtesy of Janus Films. 97 min. Free, at event T-Shirt included; $200 cash prize the Library of Congress Packard Campus for the team w/highest pledge total!) and Raffle Ticket Purchases ($1/ticket; Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken. $500 prize!). For more information please contact RRCS/Aging Services: 7:30 p.m. (540)825-3100.

MAY 31

JUNE 1

SPRING YARD SALE • The

Knights of Columbus Spring Yard Sale will be held Saturday, June 1, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Precious Blood Catholic Church Annex Building, 309 N. East St. Shop for furniture, housewares, toys, clothes and many other treasures you won't want to pass up.

SPRING YARD SALE •

Homemade Barbecue Chicken Dinner at the Jeffersonton Community Center, Jeffersonton, Va. from 4-7 p.m. Cost : Adults

JUNE 8

COUNTRY BREAKFAST • The Jeffersonton Community Center will hold its monthly allyou-can eat country breakfast from 8-11 a.m. at the Jeffersonton Community Center, 5073 Jeffersonton Rd., Jeffersonton. Cost adults $9; children 6-12 $6; under 6 free. All proceeds are used for community events and building maintenance. More information, call 540-937-9979.


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Culpeper Times • May 23-29, 2019

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

CULPEPER JUNE 20 3RD THURSDAY • The

Entertainers, known across the Carolinas for being at the forefront of classic beach music with their soulful sounds play June 20. While staying true to their r&b and beach music roots, the group also satisfies the most diverse audiences by playing selections from the latest hip hop to classic rock and roll. Come to the Depot from 5 to 9 p.m. ready to dance and sing; the first note from The Entertainers Band will surely lead you to the dance floor with a smile on your face.

JULY 4

JULY 4 • Culpeper’s 4th of July

event is Culpeper at its very best!

Citizens young and old, new and native, join together to celebrate America’s birthday on a grand scale. The community will ring with patriotic spirit and pride in a day filled with friendship and laughter for all! Our old-fashioned Independence Day will include a 5K race, patriotic demonstration, games, food, music, arts and crafts, hayrides, a band, and the spectacular fireworks display. From the beginning to the end of the day, there will be many activities in Culpeper on the 4th of July. Please check out the Schedule of Events page for further details.

JULY 18

3RD THURSDAY • The July

concert features Souled Out’s soulful lead vocals and sweet flowing harmonies. This highenergy group of musicians really know how to please the crowd. Souled Out’s six-member band blends soul, funk, rock and

country in a way that is sure to keep the party movin’ and folks on the floor groovin’ from the first beat to the last.

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3RD THURSDAY • Join us for

our final concert of the summer with The Reflex 80s tribute band. Step inside the DeLorean and get ready to go back in time…The Reflex delivers the ultimate musical tribute to the 80’s! The band’s goal is to recreate—some might even say mirror—the sound, vibe, and look of those 80’s mega-bands and one-hit wonders you love. The Reflex offers a full-on retro experience with a diverse set list of “must play” 80’s tunes. So dust off your parachute pants, Jordache jeans, and Rubik’s Cubes and prepare yourself for the sounds of The Reflex – The Ultimate 80’s Tribute Band! Hairspray is optional!

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY JUNE 1 CASTLETON CONCERT • Dietlinde Maazel and the Board of the Castleton Festival invite you to attend a very special evening at the Castleton Theatre House, with opera star Elizabeth BlanckeBiggs and the best voices of our new young artist program. Maestro Recchiuti will lead through the program with informative and entertaining anecdotes. Cocktails start at 6 p.m. and the concert is at 7 p.m. Tickets are $75 per person. Attire is "casual cocktail," dress up or dress down as the mood strikes you. Purchase tickets Theatre House, Castleton Farms 663 Castleton View Rd. Castleton. For more information, call 540-937-3454 or email connie@castletonfestival.org.

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MOZZARELLA & RICOTTA CHEESEMAKING What better way to celebrate summer than by learning how to make fresh mozzarella & ricotta cheese! In this class you will discover how to make Mozzarella & Ricotta in 30 minutes or less. Participants will use dairy and store bought cow’s milk in this class. Enjoy fresh cheese without preservatives or additives year round. Multiple samples will be made during class for you to try. 10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon | $45

ALMOND MACARONS

French Macaron’s are the best! Learn to make these delicate cookies and fill them for family, friends, parties or work events. We will make several batches in 2 different colors and fill with a buttercream icing. What’s best about this class? All the delicious cookies you make, you get to take home. Be sure to bring some containers so that you can share with your family and friends. 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM | $50

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The English poet John Maxwell Edmonds is credited with the authorship of this famous inscription that nobly defines the lost dreams of any fallen warrior: “When you go home, tell them of us and say … For their tomorrow, we

gave our today.” His verse is thought to have been inspired by the epitaph written by the Greek poet Simonides of Ceos, which honored the Spartans who fell at the Battle of Thermopylae. The greatest fear of anyone who serves or has served in the armed forces is that their fallen comrades will be forgotten. A close friend, high school classmate and combat veteran recently told me how he honors his fellow paratroopers who did not make it home. “Twice a year, a few of my paratroopers and I meet at Arlington Cemetery for our walks,” said Noel Rivera, a retired Army master sergeant and combat veteran of the Gulf War, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. “One quote that we reflect on says, when we forget to tell their stories, we forget their faces!” So how do we properly honor, remember and salute all our nation’s fallen servicemen and women on Memorial Day weekend? We remember their names and stories. Between the cookouts we should all take a walk among the white stones of a national cemetery—like the one here in Culpeper. Perhaps we can attend a Memorial Day ceremony or recount the stories of those who have fallen in defense of our nation in an unbroken line from the Revolutionary War until today. Each gravestone and each memorial

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Equality does not always equal fairness The Democrat-controlled House passed the Equality Act Friday, May 17 with unanimous support from Democrat members. Our District 7 representative, Abigail Spanberger, voted for it.

tell a story. When did this soldier fall? In what war did this sailor fight? Did they fall on a battlefield or did they die of old age? My brother Owen, a uniforms curator at the National Museum of the United States Marine Corps once told me his thoughts regarding Memorial Day. His daily work focuses on preserving, studying and displaying countless museum artifacts associated with Marine Corps history. He tells me that when he speaks to combat veterans, past and present, the survivors carry a heavy burden. World War II Marine veterans have stared into his eyes and said, “Memorial Day is not for those who served or serve. It is for the 19-year-old hero who sacrificed an entire lifetime for their comrades and nation. We remember all the ones who fought to protect fellow Marines.” The ceremonies regardless of scale or location should be attended. I have memories in my lifetime that hit home when it comes to honoring the fallen. I grew up in a military family. I remember friends losing fathers in Vietnam. I remember losing a friend in a training accident during my own military service. I remember attending the service for another friend’s sister who died in the Pentagon during the 9-11 terror attacks. As a journalist I recall another memory that still brings out my emotions. In 2011 I wrote feature on a benefit hunt for Families of the Wounded held at Rose Hill Game Preserve. It was an hour after sunrise. Hunters had gathered for a cup of coffee as they smiled at an energetic four-year-old girl named Bella who pin-balled her way through the room giggling and snagging the occasional pastry. On the mantle of a fireplace a row of photographs provided an intimate glimpse into the life of a loving family where the same little girl was obviously the center of a young couple’s world.

Were it to become law, women’s sports would be required to include biological males. As has already happened in high school women’s track championships, the biological males won and they always will. Educational opportunities for women through sports scholarships would be eliminated by a law with the word “equality” in its name.

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There was a photo of a shampoomohawk crafted with her daddy’s loving hands. Another large photo showed a little girl tightly holding her Marine father’s hand one last time before his deployment to Afghanistan. The Marine in the set of photos was 1st Lt. Jason D. Mann, 29, of Stafford County, who served with the 6th Marines, 24th Marine Expeditionary Force. He was killed when the roof of a building collapsed on him during a mission in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. In the Marine Corps, he was an Arab linguist and a reconnaissance officer. I learned later that three close friends served with him in language school. The beautiful family in the photos were Jason, his wife and then two-yearold daughter, Isabella. The little girl previously referred to as Bella. I think about Second Lt. Leonard M. Cowherd Jr., 23, of Culpeper, who was killed in Iraq in 2004 as I cross the bridge named in his honor at Yowell Meadow Park. I think about Private Edward Jackson, of Culpeper, who died in Dijon during World War I. He was listed as a colored soldier. He served in the 341st Quartermaster Labor Battalion. He died in 1918. To this day Jackson rests in Plot A Row 16 Grave 6, in the St. Mihiel (American Cemetery), in Thiaucourt, France. I still want to find the rest of his story. I felt that I should not leave Private Jackson behind—even if it’s just remembering his service and sacrifice. Any and all leads will still be greatly appreciated from his hometown. Essentially, what I want to stress is the hope that our world has not become so distracted that we forget the names, faces and stories of the men and women who gave all in service to our nation this weekend. Memorial Day should also be a warning that a decision to go to war carries great cost.

This is not equality, nor is it fair. A proposed law with a wholesome-sounding name might do what it advertises. But it might not. We must think about the wide range of possible consequences, intended or unintended. Nancy J. Rice Culpeper

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Traci Michelle Lane Age: 46, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-4/140 Hair/Eye: Blonde/Brown Last known: 10390 Hidden Lake Ln., Rixeyville, Va. Wanted for: Credit Card Theft and (4) counts of Credit Card Forgery.

Gilberto Jaimes Dominguez Age: 34, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-5/140 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 416 Wayland Rd., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Abduction & Kidnapping and Firearm Use in Commission of Felony.

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Culpeper County Sheriff's Office: May 15-21 Following are the county police reports from May 15-21. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

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May 15 Tammy Lynn Jenkins, 40, 14000 block, Chestnut Fork Rd., Culpeper, revocation of pretrial Heidi Marie Barton, 35, 1000 block, Friendship Way, Culpeper, possession of schedule II, controlled substance Devin Michael Reeves, 34, 15000 block, Overlook Ct., Culpeper, fail to appear

May 17 Stephanie Clare O'Connor, 36, 3000 block, Tuckers Ln., monument: unlawful damage, no intent to steal

May 15 Colby Spencer Dwyer, 23, 5000 block, Goodwinds Landing, Remington, fail to appear Dondre Chavez Washington, 21, 11000 block, James Monroe HWY., Culpeper, probation: violation of felony charge Tyler Lloyd Kent, 26, 28000 block, Eleys Ford Rd., Richardsville, driving w/

May 16 Jonathan Allan Carriveau, 37, 35000 block, Sara Ct., Locust Grove, possession of marijuana

May 18 Stephanie Clare O'Connor, 36, 3000 block, Tuckers Ln., Linden, enter property to damage, etc. May 19 Dennis David Carlyle Jr., 45, 800 block, Fox Den Rd., Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol, possession of marijuana, eluding police -endanger persons or police car, operate motor vehicle -habitual offender Kandais Lee Roddy, 51, 13000 block, Perrys Mountain Ln., Amissville, drunk in public, profane language Orlando Manuel Ventura, 35,

12000 block, Horseshoe Dr, Culpeper, revocation of suspended sentence and probation, assault & battery -family member Joyce P Ambers, 45, 1000 block, Goldrock Rd., Rock Mount, NC, fail to appear Charles George Bauer, 49, 16000 block, Braggs Corner Rd., Culpeper, possession of controlled substances Khatter Faris III, 18, 500 block, Windermere Dr., Culpeper, violate condition of release Betsy Lorraine Stewart, 29, 14000 block, Rixeyville Rd., Culpeper, probation violation Matthew Wayne Guinn, 39, 14000 block, Woodland Church Rd., Culpeper, fail to comply with support order, breaking and enter w/int to commit felony (two counts), petit larceny (four counts) May 20 Taya Rutherford, 18, 1000 block, River Rd., Rixeyville, alter or deface serial numbers

Culpeper Town Police: May 13-19

Denesha Shardai Puller Age: 27, Black/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-7/161 Hair/Eye: Black/Green Last known: 13415 Gray St., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Pay Fines, Costs & Penalties.

Amy Lynn Smoot Age: 29, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-8/165 Hair/Eye: Brown/Blue Last known: 10731 Eggbornsville Rd., Rixeyville, Va. Wanted for: Contempt of Court.

Warrants current as of May 22

Following are the police reports from May 13-19. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. May 13 Portillo Oritz-Lemos, 31, 1100 block, Meander Dr., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Alejando Gonzales, 33, 1100 block, Meander Dr., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language, possession of marijuana Xavius Ahmad Hudson, 24, 100 block, King Edward Ct., Culpeper, contempt of court, Jonathan Michael Wynkoop, 26, 2700 block, Twymans Mill Rd., Madison, fail to appear

Angela Nicole Anderson, 22, 600 block, Old Brandy Rd., Culpeper, petit larceny May 14 Daontre Kalio Waters, 24, 400 block, Virginia Ave., Culpeper, concealment, price alter merchandise, contempt of court Starasia Leigh Horton, 20, 400 block, Virginia Ave., Culpeper, stolen goods: buy/ receive, larceny Sergio Villa-Gomez, 54, 400 block, E. Chandler St., Culpeper, assault & battery -family member Zachary Davis Baughman, 19, 800 block, Fox Den Rd., Culpeper, grand larceny Hunter James Landry, 20, 1600 block, N. Cutting Ave., Jennings, possession of marijuana

May 16 Zackery Andre Penn, 26, 500 block, Laurel St., Culpeper, credit card theft, credit card fraud, credit card forgery May 17 Jesse Wolfe Barrett, 39, 11000 block, Wapels Mill Rd., Oaktown, assault & battery -family member Dominic Lewis Helton, 19, 13000 block, Reva Rd., Boston, assault & battery -family member, petit larceny May 18 Joseph Russell Powell, 28, 16000 block, Glen Ella Rd., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Marisol Suleyma Tox, 21, 2100 block, Blue Spruce Dr., Culpeper, assault & battery -family member

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10 11 12 13 ACROSS 1 Pendulum paths 14 15 16 5 Knitter's 17 18 19 purchase 10 Builder's map 20 21 22 23 14 Kind of package 24 25 26 27 15 Upright, e.g. 16 "___ Las Vegas" 28 29 30 31 32 17 Knee-slapper 18 Teacher 33 34 35 36 37 38 20 Credit card 39 40 41 42 provider, e.g. 22 Cousin of a gull 43 45 46 44 23 Woolly mama 49 47 48 24 Hopelessness 26 Contract addition 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 28 Flower part 57 58 59 60 61 30 Angelic figure 33 Place to buy a 62 63 64 65 latte 66 67 68 38 Race for four 39 Milky stone 69 70 71 40 Put off 42 Fast pace Copyright 2019 by The Puzzle Syndicate 43 Radio knob 45 Newspaper 6 Family 46 Like a desert 57 Gate closure section 7 "___ of Eden" 48 Morning prayer 58 Crazy about 47 High regard 8 Prefix with 51 Petal neighbor 60 Fictitious, with 49 ____-de-camp "state" or "act" 53 Offensive "up" 50 Rand McNally 9 Chuck of action 54 Become accus- 63 Exasperate book films tomed (to) 64 Bit of business 52 Sully 10 Pipe material 55 Mill product attire 57 Towel inscription 11 Word for word 56 Vacationer's 59 News piece 12 Profess quarters 61 Primitive shelter 13 Anagram for 62 Look forward to "rate" Answers to Last Week’s Crossword: 65 Bird feeder block 19 Beneath F O U L P I N K O W L E T 66 Recipe direction 21 Ill at ___ O S L O A R E A R H Y M E 67 Zenith's opposite 25 Yankee's foe R I N G P I T H A E R I E 68 Grove growth 27 Put up T E A R G A S L A N T E R N 69 Pitlike scar 29 Gotti's group D O U G H E R R O R 70 Winter hazard 31 Water carrier L O T T O S E E S A W 71 Billy Idol's "Rebel 32 Big talk M I L L W R I G H T R A K E ____" 33 Sheep's shelter E T A L I N S E E D N I L 34 Creative work R E N T R E T I R E M E N T DOWN 35 Better than good E M E R G E A R E N A 1 Bitter-tasting 36 Admiral's A R M O R S T A F F Week of 5/27/19M -I 6/2/19 2 Poker ploy command S T E A M E R S D E E D 3 Religious symbol 37 Ship renovation U N T I E D D A Y D E L I L U C K O B O E 4 Frame job 41 Serious warning S T A N D Y O K E R A N D S O G G Y 5 Full of energy 44 Excavation find 1

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Weekly Tarotscope - May 23 King Of Pentacles, Page of Cups TAROTSCOPES

A beautiful combination this week! The King Cara Cutro of Pentacles is solid and secure. He has mastered the element of Earth. He is able to take care of and nurture himself, his loved ones, and the community around him. He loves the finer things in life- he is truly tapped into what it means to be prosperous. Seeing him in combination with the Page of Cups makes me think of having the security to be creative and carefree. This could also be seen as the ability to finance a creative project with confidence, it is rooted in security. These two cards could also symbolize a beautiful parent/child relationship. A nurturer (King of Pentacles) supporting freespiritedness and innocence (Page of

Cups). Page of Cups encourages us to embrace the inner child. There are facets of this inner child represented with each Page in the Tarot. This particular Page asks us to be carefree. Give yourself a break! Have some fun this week. The King of Pentacles lets us know that it’s safe to do so. Go out into the garden. Break out the paints. Be messy and experience joy. Whatever lights your inner child’s spark, you can safely follow your bliss this week. Cara Cutro is a spirit centered teacher and life coach residing in Sperryville, VA. She is an herbalist, massage therapist, reiki master, intuitive counselor, tarot reader, and the owner of Abracadabra Massage & Wellness and the Wisdomkeepers School. For a full list of services or to setup an appointment with her or one of her team members, book online www. caracadabra.com or call 540-878-7085.


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