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LOCAL NEWS Memorial Day honors those that gave the ultimate sacrifice By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer War is far from perfect. It’s blood, sweat, tears and months - sometimes years - of sacrifice. It’s time away from families, it’s children being born while their father is overseas, it’s knock on the door no one wants to receive. The ultimate sacrifice - the one that American commemorated Monday with Memorial Day - is a testament to the perfect imperfection of our bond to our soldiers said Dr. Sherry Crissman, EdD USMC/USN Veteran, who was the keynote speaker at the Culpeper National Cemetery Memorial Day Service. Crissman spoke about perfection and how the quest to achieve perfection can sometimes cause more harm than good. “What is perfection? Is it achievable? Is it a concept,” she asked. “To me it means ideal. I’m pretty sure our nation was founded on the very principle for the people that we are honoring here today that the idea of perfect ideals being different being OK. Perfect can be the enemy of getting good done. "Not being able to recognize when good is OK and being willing to move forward with determination when you’ve achieved good enough can be a stifling grip on an organization, on a family, on a nation.” She told a story of her husband Dave, and his quest to find the perfect air conditioner after theirs broke on a hot July Florida afternoon. He courted many HVAC professionals, grilling them with what she jokingly called the “HVAC Inquisition.” She relayed Vince Lom-

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Vietnam Veterans place a wreath in memory of the soldiers who lost their lives in the war during the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Culpeper National Cemetery Monday. bardi’s famous quote: “Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase perfection, we can chase excellence.” She noted they found maybe not the perfect air conditioner, but an excellent one. It’s a theme that carries over to our nation, she said. “When it comes to our nation’s core values, for the brave men and women who proceeded us, it was about bravely taking risks, taking risks when faced with imperfect options, not waiting around for the no risk, no fail solution,” Crissman said. “For many of them it was about facing possible, but not probable failure and facing it

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with honor and courage and conviction. It was about taking that chance. Being brave enough to fail was what they were all about.” On Memorial Day, the Culpeper National Cemetery was one of 136 national cemeteries in the U.wS. that honored veterans that are buried on the hallowed grounds. “Today is about honoring the men and women who served many giving their very lives for what they believed in, their life and death was not failure but what an ultimate victory was based on,” Crissman said. “It’s about honoring how they handled themselves. Their actions, their services, their

sacrifice, was perfect in its imperfection.” Matthew Priest, Culpeper National Cemetery Director, thanked the crowd of more than 500 people to turning out to keep the memories of our fallen soldiers alive. “It is said we die two deaths, the first when breath leaves our body for the last time,” Priest said. “The second the last time someone speaks our name or tells your story. It’s the second death the NCA is fighting to make sure never happens. It is essential we preserve our history and share it with future generations to make sure we never forget.”


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Culpeper Wellness Foundation awards Healthy Living grants The Culpeper Wellness Foundation has awarded $120,000 in Healthy Living Grants to 13 organizations proposing health and wellness projects within the Foundation’s mission area of Culpeper, Orange and Madison counties. The 2019 Healthy Living Grant recipients include: • Aging Together – $10,000 – To maintain transportation services for vulnerable older adults • Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia – $10,000 – To support Triple Play: A Game Plan for Mind, Body & Soul, through participation in physical activities, games, cooking and nutrition, sports leagues and programs that promote social and emotional wellness for youth in Madison and Orange counties • Culpeper Mid-Day Lions Club – $10,000 – To support diabetes screening and education • Culpeper Winter Heat Shelter – $5,000 – To provide removable prosthetic dental devices (dentures and partials) for homeless clients • Friends of the Culpeper Library – $10,000 – To provide assistance with access to online training, computers for resume writing, and job applications for re-entry persons • Hero’s Bridge – $10,000 – To establish a Battle Buddy Community Health Worker program to support elderly veterans in Culpeper County with a variety of needs including home safety, pet therapy and emergency funding for basic needs • Lake of the Woods Fire & Rescue Company – $10,000 – To update Heavy Rescue Response Equipment to support accident scene safety by LOTW Fire & Rescue Company in Orange County • Orange County Free Clinic – $10,000 – To provide dental care vouchers for patients needing emergency surgical & non-surgical dental extractions and tooth fillings • Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic – $10,000 – To provide oral health care for Winter Heat Shelter clients • RAPPU, INC. – $10,000 – To offer tuition assistance in the healthcare field for Culpeper, Orange & Madison residents • Reva Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department – $7,809 – To support injury prevention during patient handling • Services to Abused Families (SAFE) – $10,000 – To support renovations and additional beds with new mattresses for Culpeper, Madison and Orange families in shelter • Sex, Drugs & God – $7,500 – To support Culpeper Young Adult Recovery Network (Culpeper YARN), an open discussion-based format with additional support through a technology component.

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The Foundation established the Healthy Living Grants program in 2015 to support local organizations in their work to improve health and wellness. Shari Landry, Foundation president, said, “Our award this year totaled $120,309, up from $100,000 in 2018. We’re pleased that we were able to direct more to these community efforts.” Laura Grigsby, chair of the Foundation’s advisory committee that reviews the Healthy Living grant applications, commented, “Discussion during review of the grants by the advisory committee was very spirited and lively given that applications represented 32 very worthy projects. It was a tough decision narrowing down the field. The scope of the proposals indicates that there is a lot of good work being done to support health and wellness in Madison, Orange and Culpeper.”

Small Business Development Center hosts seminar

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The Small Business Development Center at Culpeper announces that Courtney Mustin, Business Services Manager for Central Virginia, with the Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity (SBSD) will present a seminar on “Selling to the Commonwealth” in the Conference Room at its office at 803 South Main Street Culpeper. The seminar will be presented from 9 to 11 a.m. on June 12. There is no charge for the seminar but the seating is limited. eVA is Virginia's online, electronic procurement system. This web-based vendor registration and purchasing system allows state agencies, colleges, universities and many local governments to use eVA to conduct all purchasing and sourcing activities for goods and services. Last year, the Commonwealth of Virginia spent more than $6 Billion on goods and services. Goods and services that you probably sell! For every $100 the Commonwealth spent on goods and services, $37, went to a SWaM vendor. Are you getting your share? This free seminar will help you position your firm to capitalize on this enormous market. The seminar will teach you how to best identify your target audience across all state agencies in the Commonwealth of Virginia. You will also learn about the ease of having your business become SWaM and Micro certified and how this can impact your firm’s sales. After the presentation, attendees who wish to become certified to conduct business with the Commonwealth, will have the opportunity to meet one-onone with Courtney Mustin. The hour long One-on-one sessions are filled on a first come, first serve basis. Registration is required as seating is limited. Registration can be made on –line at www.lfsbdc.org on the Workshops/ Events dropdown or contact David Reardon at 540-727-0638 email: dreardon@lfcc.edu to Reserve your seat.

(Editor's note: This is weekly series highlighting members of Culpeper's Youth Council. Lily Haught, a rising seniorTo at Eastern Highto apply.) School, and I have recently joined the join Culpeper Youth, go toView www.culpeperyouth.org Hi! I’m Lily Haught, a rising senior at Eastern View High School, and I Advisory Council for Culpeper Youth. From the beginning middle school, I knew I have recently joined the Youth Advisory Council for Culpeper Youth.of From the beginning of middle school, I knew I wanted to make some sort of my community to whatever extent This passionextent has led o make some sort of changechange in inmy community to possible. whatever possible. This passion me joining and even creating nonprofit and advocacy groups in Culpeper. Including Culpeper Youth, I’m currently the treasurer of Culpeper Young Democrats and co-leader of the first Students Demand Action group in in Culpeper. Including me joining and even creating nonprofit and advocacy groups the area. Along with these advocacy groups, I’ve volunteered for many campaigns, including Abigail Spanberger for Congress, Tim Kaine r Youth, I’m currently the political treasurer Culpeper Young Democrats and co-leader of the for Senate, and Amyof Laufer for Virginia Senate. For the 2018-2019 school year, I served as the Media and Marketing Manager for the Class of 2020 at Eastern View I’ve been a member with of Culpeper Youth for advocacy a Students Demand Action group in High theSchool. area. Along these groups, I’ve little under a year and a member of the Youth Advisory Council for about a month. Being part of this organization has been really great, as I feel I am helping those in my community whileAbigail also being surrounded by some eered for many political campaigns, including Spanberger for Congress, Tim of my best friends. Although my time in the Youth Advisory Council has I’ve already been put in charge of planning a community based r Senate, and Amy Laufer been forshort, Virginia Senate. For 2018-2019 school year, I served event and it feels great to be able to be more active the and make Culpeper a better town. Media and Marketing Manager for the Class of 2020 at Eastern View High School. I’ve ember of Culpeper Youth for a little under a year and a member of the Youth Advisory


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YoungLives 'Mom Prom' makes memories ➤ 'Mom Prom' celebrated teen mothers and their growth and the connections they've made By Claudia Gohn Culpeper Times Intern Culpeper County Younglives held a “Mom Prom” on Thursday, May 16 at the Culpeper Presbyterian Church as a way to celebrate teen mothers and their growth. YoungLives is a nationwide organization as a part of YoungLife, whose mission is to help adolescents grow in their faith. In particular, YoungLives helps pregnant teens and teen mothers strengthen their relationship with God. Thanks to YoungLives, teen mothers in Culpeper have the opportunity to meet with each other every Thursday to build relationships and learn about the Christian faith. The current coordinator for Culpeper YoungLives is Amy Lukachick, who has participated in Culpeper YoungLives since its inception five years ago as a mentor. Lukachik is passionate about the organization and how it can have a positive impact on the young women. “I think the impact is just that they have, even if it's just like that one face in their life that is positive and encouraging them and empowering them and supporting them and loving them no matter what” Lukachik said. Lukachik also helped put together the Mom Prom that took place a few weeks ago. All of the participants of YoungLives in Culpeper were able to attend, including the pregnant teens and teen mothers, their kids, and the mentors in the program. At the Mom Prom, they were all able to dance, laugh, and have fun. According to Lukachik, the Mom Prom gave teen mothers and their children the opportunity to make memories together. “I wanted part of the Mom Prom to be just them making memories with their little ones. And little ones making memories with their moms,” Lukachik said. She also talked about how the prom allowed the women to celebrate the teen mothers, especially the ones who were graduating. “Then the other part of Mom

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Culpeper YoungLives, part of Culpeper YoungLife, hosted a Mom Prom May 16 at the Culpeper Presbyterian Church. Prom I wanted to just recognize them,” she said, “recognizing just just how much they've grown in just the year we've been together with them.” The Mom Prom is only one example of the fun activities that YoungLives organizes for the mothers. Every Thursday throughout the year, the teen moms gather to play different games. One mother and member of YoungLives, Cynthia Gomez, a recent graduate from Eastern View High School, talked about how much she likes these weekly meetings and activities. In fact, one of her favorite memories was pieing Lukachik and another YoungLives leader in the face. Gomez also talked about her experience at the Mom Prom. Although she did not attend her high school prom, she enjoyed the Mom Prom and spoke highly of the dance. She said she was able to have fun especially because her child, Emily, was there with her. “It was fun that she was she got to be there and she got to dance,” Gomez said. Going to the Mom Prom - and YoungLives club nights in general - was also a special experience for Gomez because she rarely goes out, again because she takes care of her child. “I usually don't go out so this was fun for me to go out for the first time and party and have fun

with my friends,” said Gomez. Other aspects that make YoungLives unique were present at the Mom Prom. Lukachick says that YoungLives stresses the importance of self love, and to highlight that at the Mom Prom, the teens were given tiaras to wear. “I talked about how they're all daughters of the king, so they're all valuable and they have so much worth in themselves and that they have a purpose that not just to look nice for guys or to impress other people but there's,

you know, so much more to them,” Lukachik said. Despite the success of the Mom Prom, it is uncertain whether there will be another one next year. “I think we could do some type of, maybe not a Mom Prom every year, but some type of - just some type of celebration to surprise the teen moms,” Lukachik said. Nevertheless, the Mom Prom left an impact that is not left unseen, and it is clear that YoungLives will continue to touch the lives of teen mothers in Culpeper.


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Cream Cashmere-Tweed Texture. 2 Colors: Grey Grey 12’x14’ Commercial $410 $121 proceed approx. 2Over miles Amissville sign,Wheat make U-turn acrossMulti from Rte. $225 645. Early’s is on right (211E) $66.70 sqbeyond yd $24.50 sq yd 3’8”x5’ English Manor Chesterfi 3’8”x5’ eldTapestry Red experts. 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Carpet VCT Vinyl Ceramic Hardwood Upholstery Pick Up and Delivery of Area Rugs Available for Cleaning Flooring Specialists and More Size Style Color Reg. Sale 12’x15’9” Tan $426 $130 Sherwood Tan Soapstone 2211 Colors: Your Hometown Store SoVA MuchRoom Under Your Hometown One Roof! Store So- Texture Much Under One Roof! Matador: Size –Texture. 16’ To 18’ Room Size – sq16’yd To 18’ –12’x9’ 9’ Up To 12’ Berb 5’7”x7’11”Ariana-2153C English Manor Ivory Blue Ariana-2153C $1308Beige $700 $ Fleck .98sqsq 12’x14’ Texture Tahoe $373 Clearance $112 12’x10’7” Highway Route •UpAmissville, 5’3”x7’9” Beige w/Teal 5’3”x7’9” Brown $285 $185 w/Teal Brown $285 $18.90 $8.75 ydft Style Color Reg. Sale Tan Fleck $426 $130 2 VA Colors: 2Blue/Grey Colors: Cream Pick and $185 Delivery of12’x15’9” AreaRoom RugsTexture. Available forTexture Rt. 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Take 211W toward Washington, VA pass the stop–12’x17’3” light at 229 crossroads, One-Time Leve Stop Light Sherwood Tan On - Soapstone Texture 12’x17’3” Oatmeal $453 $185 Oatmeal $453 $185Nam 3’8”x5’ English Manor Chesterfi eld Red $300 Room Size 16’ To 18’ Room Size – 16’ To 18’ Early’s Carpet, Inc. 12’x13’2” Loop Ocean Breeze $346 $90 Cream $ .98 sq ft 12’x9’ Berbe 7”x7’11” 7’10”x11” English ManorAriana-623h Ivory Blue $1308 $700 Blue/Grey 7’10”x11” & Black Beige $558 $449 Blue/Grey & Black Beige $558 $449 12’x14’ Texture Tahoe $373 $112 100% Wool – 13’2” Wide $15.00 sq. yd. $15.00 sq. yd. Sherwood Tan -Vinyl, Soapstone Retailer Rt.Orientals, 211Oatmeal $ .98 sq ft Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm • Saturday 10 am-4 pm 12’x9’ Berber Cream Area Rugs, Orientals, Hardwood, Area Rugs, Vinyl, Hardwood, Grey proceed approx. 2 miles beyond Amissville sign, make U-turn across from Rte. 645. 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Early’s Carpet, Inc. 5’9”x9’ Karastan-700 Persian Tapestry $1778 $850 + Newberry Stripe: Silver SageCarpet Texture 12’x16’8” Avalon Texture $430 $132 Avalon $132 12’x17’3” Texture 12’x17’3” Texture $453 $185 Oatmeal $453 10’x9’5” $185$430Level Loop Early’s Offer LOCAL TICKETS 15’x12’4” Berber Foggy Mist $500 $100 Early’s Carpet, Inc. 12’x16’8” Rt 8”x5’ English ManorUtopia Chesterfield Eden RedYOUR $660SOURCE $300 $422FOR 8’x10’’ Earth 8’x10’’ $655 EdenHighway Earth $655 $422 12’x13’2” Loop Ocean $346 $90 One-Time Route • Amissville, VA Grey X12’x16’8” Wool –Oatmeal 13’2” Wide Laminate, Ceramic &100% Remnants! Laminate, &Breeze Remnants! Merchandise. 12’x11’3” Frei Amissville $3.34 sq Merchandise. 12’x16’8” Texture Avalon Texture $430 $132 Avalon $430 $132 Freize We“Do Appreciate It yd Yourself” Sales! 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Washington, VA“Do $80.00 sq yd $30.00 sqSales! yd 5’3”x7’9”Braid Ariana-2153C Beige w/Teal &Braid Brown $285 $185 Highway Route 211 •Washington, Amissville, VA Silver Sage 12’x16’8” Texture 12’x16’8” Avalon Texture $430 $132 Avalon $430412’x10’ $132 Offer Warrenton 12’x16’ Freize 12’x16’ Cornbread Freize $275 $125 Cornbread $275 Freize $125 9”x9’ Karastan-700 Persian Tapestry $850 15’x12’4” Berber Foggy Mist $500 $100 Highway Route 211 • Amissville, VA MrWarrenton. 5’x8’ Rectangle 5’x8’ 4 in 9 Patch Braid $599 $479 Rectangle 4 in 9 Patch $599 $479 We are only 13 miles from Take Rte. 211W toward VA pass the stop light at 229 crossroads, Heavy Texture: Colors: New! $1.67 sq. ft. $1.67 sq. ft. Newberry Stripe: Silver Sage 12’x12’ Hea Offer Your Hometown Store So Much Under One Roof! Room Size – 16’ To 18’ Stop Light Rt. 645 Rt. 643 . Washington, VA 12’x11’3” Freize $3.34 sq ft W 12’x16’ Freize 12’x16’ Cornbread Freize $275 $125 Cornbread $275 $125 Warrenton 5’3”x7’9” Ariana-2153C Beige w/Teal & Brown $285 $185 5’x8’ Braid Rectangle 4 in 9 Patch $599 $479 Braid Rectangle 4 in 9 Patch $599 $479 8’x10’ Braid Rectangle 8’x10’ Log Cabin Braid $1299 $1115 Rectangle Log Cabin $1299 $1115 Rt. 645 Rt. 643 We are only 13 miles from Warrenton. Take Rte. 211W toward Washington, VA pass the stop light at 229 crossroads, VISIT InsideNoVaTix.com o Washington, VA 12’x11’3” Freize $3.34$275 sq ft Stop Light odLog Rt. 211Heavy 7’10”x11”BraidWeBeige Ariana-623h Blue/Grey &Braid Black Beige $558 $449 Warrenton Room Size – (211E) 16’ To 18’or Pattern 12’x16’ Freize 12’x16’ Cornbread Freize $125 Cornbread $275 $125$315 3”x7’9” Ariana-2153C w/Teal13Rectangle &miles Brown $285 $185 Commercial Level Loop $15.00 sq. yd. 12’x17’ Texture 12’x17’ Endurance Texture $315 $132 Endurance The Largest In-Stock Inventory of Carpet, y Amissville are only from Warrenton. Take Rte. 211W toward Washington, VA pass the stop light at 229 crossroads, Texture: 4 2Colors: New! 12’x11’7”$132 Heav Berb 8’x10’ 8’x10’ Log Cabin $1299 $1115 Rectangle Cabin $1299 $1115 proceed approx. 2 miles beyond sign, make U-turn across from Rte. 645. Early’s is on right Glimmer Rt. 211 12’x12’ Stop Light 9 $185$315 Carpet Only Price Carpet Only Price 12’x17’3” Texture Oatmeal $453 Room Size – 16’ To 18’ 2 proceed approx. 2 miles beyond Amissville sign, make U-turn across from Rte. 645. Early’s is on right (211E) Heavy Texture: 4 Colors: New! 7’10”x11” Ariana-623h Blue/Grey & Black Beige $558 $449 9 12’x17’ Texture 12’x17’ Endurance Texture $315 $132 Endurance $132 8’x10’ Braid$1299 Log$655 Cabin Nat.$422 $1299 $1115 Rectangle Log CabinBlack $1115Rectangle Heavy Texture $15.00 sq.Early’s yd. 5’6”x8’8’x10’’ Casbah-Akola Casbah-Akola Nat. Grey 5’6”x8’ Casbah-Akola $698 $500 GreyU-turn $698 $500 Early’s CarpetRtGlimmer Non Zippering. Colors: Carpet Only Price Carpet Only Price . 22 Rt. Rt. 12’x12’ Area Rugs, Orientals, Vinyl, Hardwood, $30.00 sq ydCarpet $8.50 sq yd Early’s 12’x17’3” Texture Oatmeal $453 $185 Utopia Earth Commercial Loop or Pattern 12’x10’6” Frei 10”x11” Braid5’6”x8’ Ariana-623h Blue/Grey Beige $558 $449 12’x17’ 12’x17’ Endurance Texture $315 $132 Endurance $315 $132$498 12’x11’7” $15.00 sq. yd. XAvalon proceed&Nat. approx. 2Eden miles beyond Amissville sign, make across from Rte. 645. is12’x17’ onTexture right (211E) 12’x17’ Heavy Texture 12’x17’ Glacier Heavy Texture $498 $110 Glacier $110 Berbe X211Heavy Grey 5’6”x8’ $698 $500 Nat.$422 Grey $698 Seafoam (Teal) Carpet Only Carpet Only Price Commercial Level Loop or&Level Pattern 12’x16’8” Texture $430 $132 12’x17’3” Texture Oatmeal $453 $185 12’x11’7” Berber Amissville Glimmer Culpeper Amissville 229 Culpeper Beige Grey - Sterling Silver (540) 937-5500 •$500 1-800-870-9098 8’x10’’ Nat. Utopia Eden Earth (540) 937-5500 • 1-800-870-9098 Heavy Texture 12’x17’ Glacier Texture $498 $110 Glacier $498 $110 5’6”x8’ Casbah-Akola Nat. Grey $655 $698Price $500 $1.67 Grey $698 $5004Casbah-Akola sq. ft. Non Zippering. Colors: Laminate, Ceramic Remnants! Early’s Carpet 5’6”x8’ Casbah-Sirsi Grey-Natural 5’6”x8’ Casbah-Sirsi $698 $500 Grey-Natural $698 $500 $30.00 sq yd $8.50 sq yd Rt. Up To $15.00 sq yd 12’x10’6” Freize 12’x16’8” Texture Avalon $430 $132 x10’’ Casbah-Akola Utopia Eden Earth $655 $422 5’x8’ Braid Rectangle in 9 Patch $599 $479 Sale ends June 3, 2019 Sale ends June 3, 2019 Non Zippering. Colors: 12’x17’ Heavy Texture 12’x17’ Glacier Heavy Texture $498 $110 Glacier $498 $110 X Seafoam (Teal) Medium Size 13’ $30.00 sqAmissville yd $8.50extra. sqSculpture yd $1.67 sq. ft. 12’x16’8” Sculpture 12’x16’8” Kaluah $450 $155 Kaluah $450 $155 5’6”x8’ Casbah-Sirsi Grey-Natural 5’6”x8’ Casbah-Sirsi $698 $500 Grey-Natural $698 $500 12’x10’6” Freize Sea Glass (Gray) Carpet only. Pad & installation 12’x16’8” Texture Avalon $430 $132 Beige Grey Sterling Silver 14574 Lee Highway, Amissville, VA 20106 14574 Lee Highway, Amissville, VA 20106 12’x16’ Freize Cornbread $275 $125 Seafoam (Teal) Culpeper Braid Rectangle 4 in 9Grey-Natural Patch $599 $1.67 $479 (540) 937-5500 • 1-800-870-9098 Sculpture 12’x16’8” Kaluah Sculpture $155 Kaluah $450 $155 sq. ft.12’x16’8” 12’x16’8” 5’6”x8’ $698 $500 Casbah-Sirsi $698 $500 UpydTo Cornbread $15.00 sq$450 yd s Beige Grey - Sterling Silver t n 12’x16’ Freize $275 $125 540-937-5500 540-937-5500 12’x13’3” Frei Medium Size 13’ T x8’ Braid5’x8’ Rectangle 9 Patch $599 $479 u 8’x10’ Grey-Natural Braid 4 in Casbah-Sirsi Rectangle Log Cabin $1299 $1115 o Up To $15.00 sq Sculpture 12’x16’8” Kaluah Sculpture $450 $155 Kaluah $450 $155 Sea Glass (Gray) c Carpet only. Pad & installation extra. Warm Beige is Medium 12’x16’ Freize Cornbread $125 12’x17’ Texture Endurance $315 $132 Size 13’ To 15’ Sea$275 Glass (Gray) Carpet only. 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HISTORY A story from some years ago ZANN’S PLACE

Summer on the farm has always been full of mystery and adventure for me, though there are those who would claim that my idea of adventure is pretty humdrum by currentday cinematic standards. But who cares, adventure is in the heart of the participant. Please, read on to experience the thrills and chills of a day in my life on the farm. First, I must explain about my dog, Buddy. He becomes an absolute basket case when the thunder starts to roll and lately there have been not one but two storms per day. They used to tell us that thunder was just the angels bowling, ha! The thunder of late isn’t the work of angels it is the entire NFL fighting the owners for more money. When Buddy gets upset he begins to chew; we are talking shoes, towels and an occasional door if it will get him inside the house. He has even been known to get inside my car, but that is another story. The point is that I plan my day around the storms; to ensure proper residential management, I must be home. Lately, I have been staying at home quite a lot. I write, garden, mow the lawn, create new plant beds, attend to long-overdue repairs, bushhog the pastures, pay bills and when the mood strikes me I tackle a room filled with 40 years of accumulated

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clutter. Thank you, Buddy, after 43 years I finally discarded those oh, so special prom dresses. Sounds pretty mundane, I know, but I haven’t told you of the cool and quiet mornings about 5 am or the rose-colored air at dusk. During these incredibly peaceful periods, if one blends with the landscape they share, the adventure begins. I have seen turkey, bear, eagles, hawks, fox and too many groundhogs. As humans, we tend to take an undeserved pride in our scientific and engineering accomplishments. Watch a beaver take down a tree or build a dam, gaze on a flock of geese landing on water-wheels down, reversing engines. We are not the first with such achievements; it is both humbling and inspiring. But on to a few more tangible gifts of summer those delicious, nutritious, wild and organically-grown berries. Each year is a little different depending on the rain, temperatures and other foragers. As long as I can remember, picking blackberries was a staple of summer activity. We worked hard to keep the fields and fence lines clear, but could often find those juicy delights along the creeks. Ah, yes, there is the occasional critter and I never pick without a dog along. Buddy likes to go, but he is not as into it as some of his predecessors. For years I was blessed with the most loyal little Llewellyn setter who loved nothing more than to hunt. The entire time I was picking, she was hunting and was very, very good at it. If there was anything else alive out there it was gone or otherwise occupied by the time I

reached the spot. Then there was Petunia, a stray I agreed to keep temporarily for a friend. Petunia knew immediately upon arrival that she was home and gave us 12 years of companionship and amusement. Petunia was always eager to go blackberry picking for one reason; she was rather fond of eating them herself. She was a small dog, so I left the berries on the lower branches for her consumption. There was one incident where she placed our relationship in serious jeopardy. I had discovered a tiny batch of wineberries, sometimes mistaken for red raspberries. I did not want to mix them with the bucket of blackberries so I placed the delicacies in a Dixie cup. I spotted a few more requiring both hands to wade into the thicket. Upon my

return moments later, I discovered Petunia had devoured all the berries from the cup I had set on the ground. Maybe she thought I had put them there for her as a reward for her loyalty. Oh, well, lesson learned. Petunia could not be trusted with berries. I am already out of space and have not told you about what I discovered yesterday evening while out foraging for berries. Suffice it to say, this is going to be a great year for jams, cobblers, berry shakes and freezing goodies for winter. Until next week, be well. Zann Nelson is a researcher specializing in historical investigations, public speaker and award -winning freelance writer and columnist. She can be reached through the Culpeper Times, at M16439@aol.com

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RELAY FOR LIFE • The American Cancer Society Relay for Life will be held at Eastern View High School Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m.

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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 30

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 Kate Hohman at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover.

Pratt Street Power will play at Culpeper Baptist Church June 9.

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.

SWIMMING REGISTRATION

• Powell Wellness Center's indoor warm-water pool in Culpeper hosts year-round swim instruction, with registration currently open for sessions running in June, July and August. Classes focus on developing or strengthening aquatics skills and promoting water safety awareness.

Available classes include Parent & Child (ages 6 months-3 years), Preschool Aquatics (ages 3-5), and Learn to Swim (ages 6-13 years). For information, please visit https://powellwellnesscenter. org/summer-2019-swim-lessons/ or contact PWC aquatics manager Stacey Aucoin at 540-445-5383 or saucoin@ culpeperwellness.org

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

MAY 31 LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Culpeper’s David Gilmore at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street,

540-764-4229. No cover.

FILM • ““Summer With Monika” (Svensk Filmindustri, 1953) Inspired by the earthy eroticism of Harriet Andersson in the first of her many roles for him, Ingmar Bergman had a major international breakthrough with this sensual and ultimately ravaging tale of young love. A girl (Andersson) and boy (Lars Ekborg) from working-class families in Stockholm run away from home to spend a secluded, romantic summer at the beach, far from parents and responsibilities. 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. SURIVOR AND CAREGIVERS DINNER • American Cancer

Society Relay for Life & Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center Survivor and Caregiver Dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. at Daniel Technology Center, Germanna Community College.


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What’s Happening JUNE 1 LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or

a drink to Nilce Music at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-7644229. No cover.

RELAY FOR LIFE • American

Cancer Society Relay for Life, 4 to 7 pm. at Eastern View High School Cyclone Stadium.

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.

CHICKEN DINNER • Homemade Barbecue Chicken Dinner at the Jeffersonton Community Center, Jeffersonton, Va. from 4-7 p.m. Cost : Adults $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 540-9379979. All are welcome and all proceeds to benefit the Jeffersonton Community Center.

I'M SOW HEALTHY • “Letting off a little STEAM with FNP” This summer join Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Culpeper Family Nutrition Program (FNP) for a series of STEAMbased, FREE cooking activities every 1st Saturday at the Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market! 9 to 11 a.m. East Davis Street Parking lot https://www.facebook.com/ events/456704594871091/. June 1 BINARY CODE SNACK NECKLACES (T)echnology Crack the code with this fun activity! Participants will spell out their initials using binary code to make an edible necklace.

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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 | 540-825-8786 | ssec@ststephensculpeper.net | Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street.

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, June 2: "Baptism Sunday - The Gift of Limits"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. 540-727-0297

JUNE 5

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 7:308:00 p.m. Free Dial-in 302/2021118; access code 862090. For more information, email bbc9297@ gmail.com.

JUNE 8

COUNTRY BREAKFAST • The

Jeffersonton Community Center will hold its monthly all-youcan 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.

JUNE 9

CONCERT • Pratt Street Power Quartet will be in concert at Culpeper Baptist Church, located at 318 S. West St., at 4 p.m. Based in Baltimore, Pratt Street Power is, fittingly, called one of the Barbershop Harmony Society’s “young powerhouses of today!” Since their formation in early 2016, they have already accomplished a great deal – including winning the 2016 International Youth Barbershop Quartet Contest in Nashville, TN. They are also the 2019 Mid-Atlantic District 2nd Place Quartet and a 2018 International Quartet Semi-Finalist. All four singers are active members of Parkside Harmony – 2019 Mid-Atlantic District Chorus Champions and 2018 International Choral Medalist. The singers benefit greatly from singing together in the same chorus in addition to their weekly rehearsals. The members of the quartet all have classical music training. They have also studied many other kinds of music, which has influenced what they choose to sing. One of Pratt Street Power’s main goals is to support the Harmony Foundation’s mission of enriching lives through singing by attending youth outreach events for young singers and encouraging young people to sing. For more information contact: 540-8258192 Website: http://www. culpeperbaptist.org/

JUNE 12

SEMINAR • The Small Business

Development Center at Culpeper announces that Courtney Mustin, Business Services Manager for Central Virginia, with the Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity (SBSD) will present a seminar on “Selling to the Commonwealth” in the Conference Room at its office at 803 South Main Street Culpeper. The

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seminar will be presented from 9 to 11 a.m. There is no charge for the seminar but the seating is limited. Registration is required as seating is limited. Registration can be made on –line at www.lfsbdc.org on the Workshops/ Events dropdown or contact David Reardon at 540-727-0638 email: dreardon@lfcc.edu to Reserve your seat.

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 Mountain Run Bowling Center on Saturday, June 22 from 12pm-4pm. All proceeds to benefit the RRCS Aging Services Programs offered throughout Culpeper, Orange, Madison, Rappahannock and Fauquier counties. These programs include Senior Center Services, Home Delivered Meals, Adult Day Healthcare, Senior Advocacy, Care Coordination and Transportation Services. Multiple levels of support and/or participation are available: Monetary Sponsorship, Door Prize Donation, Bowling (team of 4 w/$30 pledge or more per bowler, shoes and event T-Shirt included; $200 cash prize for the team w/highest pledge total!) and Raffle Ticket Purchases ($1/ticket; $500 prize!).

JUNE 27

CAREGIVERS WORKSHOP

• A Caregivers Workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at Culpeper Presbyterian Church. The workshop is designed to share information and offer support to those who care for an adult loved one with chronic, long-term health challenges. Advance registration is appreciated, but not required. Contact Karen Gregg to register or for more information. 540348-2889 or email kgregg.cpc@gmail. com.


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

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. CONCERT • Two time Grammy

winner, Laurence Juber returns to Little Washington Theatre, 291 Gay St. Washington, for an evening of acoustic guitar at 8 p.m. Visit LittleWashingtonTheatre. com to reserve seats. For more information, call 540-675-1253. Larson of Fauquier. The celebration will be held at 7 p.m., at Culpeper Country Club. For more information call 540-8296405.

ART • Mighty Dog, an abstract

painting by Philip Ward that took 24 years to complete, is home at last at Middle Street Gallery in Washington, Va., from May 24 through June 26. The vibrantly colored paintings in Ward's show, Mighty Dog and Finch, A Journey Unfolding, do not begin with some grand design, he says. “Starting with a small pencil drawing made on-site, one thing leads to another…. missing turnings and circling about, because in painting you have to deal with what you don’t know,” he says. “The journey may lead on, but there is no known destination.” Ward's initial rough sketches over time develop into watercolors and full-size paintings. Each step is carefully considered for its clarity and its faithfulness to the foundational vision, and the final version has to be true to that. But he says he does not strive to convey this process to viewers so much as to encourage

of Horticulture for our second Seasonal Forest Stroll through the historic Landmark Forest as we learn about the history that shapes present-day forest ecology. For more information or to register: http:// www.montpelier.org/events. In case of inclement weather, call (540) 672-2728, ext. 141 or 252.

The Gloria Faye Dingus Music Alliance welcomes Vincent Henry & Friends to Gloria's Listening Room at 8pm on Saturday, June 1, at 92 Main Street in Old Town Warrenton.

them to respond with their own ideas and emotions. The years-long evolution of Mighty Dog might suggest slow progress, but Ward can work quickly as well. His painting, Bloddo Robert, was created in 36 days and underwent 91 color modifications in just over a week. “One thing leads to another,” he says. “The journey may lead on, but there is no known destination.” Make your destination Middle Street Gallery on June 1 from 3 until 5 p.m. for Ward's opening reception. Other members of the artists' co-operative will also show works during June. The gallery is located at 325a Middle Street in Washington, Va. Hours are Fri.-Sun. 10am to 5pm. Call (540) 675-1313 or visit www.middlestreetgallery.org for more information.

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Pan Alley musical, The Talented Clementine, comes to the Little Washington Theatre for a performance at 2 p.m. It's based on the popular Clementine series of children's books written by Sara Pennypacker. Paul Reisler, Kid Pan Alley’s artistic director, wrote the script, lyrics, and music. Directed by Susan Keady, Encore Stage will be performing the musical in Rappahannock after a 2-week run in Arlington. Advance tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children at www.bit.ly/clem-lw. Though it is for children, people of all ages will enjoy this charming and hilarious musical.

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ARTISAN TRAIL • Hiking, biking, FESTIVAL • The third annual walking, running, swimming, swaying, funning, playing! June in Rappahannock is prime time for outdoor adventures. Bring your hiking shorts and swim suit and check in for a day or the weekend. Top off a day of activity with your choice of casual to gourmet fare and take your pick from a wide range of craft brews, wines and spirits to fit ANY taste. Dive in to a scrumptious breakfast at your B&B or one of many local restaurants. Come find your nirvana. There’s something for everyone on the Rappahannock County Artisan Trail! www. rappahannockcountyartisantrail.com

John Bourgeois American Festival Concert will be held on the lawn of Avon Hall in Washington at 6 p.m. Come and enjoy an old-fashioned family celebration of America. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic coolers. No charge for admission.

ORANGE COUNTY JUNE 8 FOREST STROLL • Join Old Rag Master Naturalists and James Madison’s Montpelier Curator

FAUQUIER COUNTY JUNE 1 CONCERT • The Gloria Faye Dingus Music Alliance welcomes Vincent Henry & Friends to Gloria's Listening Room at 8pm on Saturday, June 1 at 92 Main Street in Old Town Warrenton. Saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Vincent Henry with pianist Alex Bugnon, bassist Al Caldwell, and drummer Poogie Bell will explore the boundaries of 70s Jazz Fusion that helped to define an era. These four virtuoso veterans of jazz music have performed across the globe alongside Tom Waits, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse, Freddie Jackson, David Bowie, Stanley Clarke, Randy Crawford, Roberta Flack, Al Jarreau, Luther Vandross, Vanessa Williams, Victor Wooten, and Hugh Laurie. Attendees will enjoy an intimate evening experiencing first-hand the chemistry that has made jazz legendary. Tickets are $25 and seating is limited so advance purchase is highly recommended. Children 12 and under are admitted free with a parent. Doors open at 7:30 and the concert begins at 8 p.m.. Please contact The Gloria Faye Dingus Center for the Arts at 540.680.2296 or info@gloriasmusic.org. for additional information. Visit the Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/ events/564816630664699/ .

JUNE 8 CHURCH • The 16th annual

Fellowship and Friendship Program, in Memory of Mary Ann Smoot, will be held at Waterloo Baptist Church in Warrenton, at 3 p.m. Contact Rachel Stevens at 540.347.1719.


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VIEWS Love’s Labors Lost And Found There’s a reason why Shakespeare’s comedies are always about love. Love makes a fool of everyone. The king, the scholar, the cuckolded husband, the badly written poems, the misdirected letters, the fervent promises – they’re all hilarious. (Until it happens to us. Then it’s not funny.) Believed to be among Shakespeare’s earliest plays, “Love’s Labor’s Lost” has never found the popularity of, say, “Twelfth Night” or “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and that’s too bad. Everything one could want for comedy is there - characters, setup, conflicts, and “the sweet smoke of rhetoric”; all it requires is the vision of a sharp-witted director and a great cast to carry it out. The Folger production now on stage has both of these. Director Vivienne Benesch knew that the key to this play’s success is in the interpretation of its language – and allowing the physical comedy to follow. The result is two hours of laugh-out-loud situations in which the men, led by Ferdinand, King of Navarre (Joshua Robinson), mostly high-minded and serious gents, have vowed to forswear the company of women for three years and concentrate on intellectual pursuits. It is no surprise that they will get spun around the fingers of the Princess of France (Amelia Pedlow) and her retinue. Ms. Benesch envisioned a set that would reflect the King’s plan for three years of unrelieved study. She found it on site in Folger’s walnut paneled Paster Reading Room, complete with bookshelves, globe, and bust of The Bard himself, all handsomely recreated by scene designer Lee Savage. To further honor the opening of the Folger Shakespeare Library, she has set the play in the 1930s. This stylish period, costumed in Tracy Christensen’s elegant confections, provides an ironic backdrop for our swains who fall in love, try to hide it from each other, finally acknowledge it, and set out to win the unwinnable damsels. There’s not a weak link in the chain, but certain moments of scrumptious physicality stand out. Zachary Fine’s Berowne is a magnetic presence on stage, whether or not he’s in his pajamas bewailing his unrequited love. The sequence in which the four gentlemen

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A three-year pact renouncing women is made amongst the King (Joshua David Robinson, left) and his friends (Matt Dallal, Zachary Fine, Jack Schmitt) in Folger Theatre’s Love’s Labor’s Lost.

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What: “Love’s Labor’s Lost Where: Folger Theatre, 201 E. Capitol St. SE, Washington, D.C. Call: (202) 544-7077 or visit www.folger.edu/ theatre Extended through June 16 enter separately to soliloquize on their beloveds, not realizing that they are being heard and viewed, is priceless. The exposure of offended innocence always gladdens the heart, and the king, He Who Sets the Standards, can hardly upbraid his men on moral grounds when he is discovered kissing a post as if it were his Princess. Shakespeare’s glee in the exotic, or at least the foreign, finds expression in one hot- blooded lover, Don Armado (Eric Hissom), the “fantastical Spaniard” soldier who suddenly meets, and just as suddenly can’t live without, Jaquenetta (Tonya Beckman) our favorite gumchewing diner waitress if ever we had one. His page, the helpful little Moth, (Megan Graves) makes a hilarious virtue of solemnly focused duty to his master. After love, the comedies require a good mix-up of identities or at least letters, and “Love’s Labor’s Lost” has both. Such tangles are usually the job of the clown or fool, and in this case, Costard (Edmund Lewis) is the brawny tradesman complete with tool apron who gamely accepts his penance of service to Armado after being discovered with a wench. While he can be counted on to deliver love letters to the wrong lady, the ladies themselves swap identities for the further confusion of the gentlemen. The courtship continues apace, as our lovelorn beaux disguise themselves as

Russian dancers – or what they think Russian dancers would look like - and put on a performance that, while not likely to make a woman fall in love, will definitely keep her amused. A brisk pace and Colin Bills’ lighting design moves one scene to another seamlessly. This forward momentum, one bit of craziness on top of another, culminates in the Presentation of the Nine Worthies, those towering figures of medieval chivalry deemed worthy of devotion and study. Of course, our performers will make what the English call “a pig’s breakfast” of it to our delight; there is also in its tone a hint of the famous Pyramus and Thisbe scene of a later date. One wonders where it could go from here but for the sudden entrance of a messenger and dark news for the Princess. Where Shakespeare’s comedies by this point would be pairing lovers off in preparation for the final dance and tableaux, this development changes the tone dramatically. It leads to the first serious recognition of love’s demand for patience over the futile and pointless command for mental and physical isolation. It was, after all Berowne who declared love to be the only subject worthy of intense study, and the King, too, having withdrawn his idealistic oath, recommits himself - and his love’s labours - to his lady’s directive of one year’s devoted wait. A superior creative vision carried out by the labor of a flawless cast and crew. Maggie Lawrence is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association. She is a retired English and drama teacher.

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EXIT CORNERSTONE REALTY is pleased to announce that RICHARD LUKSTAT, JR. has joined its growing team of dedicated real estate sales professionals. COMMUNITY-STARS is GROWING! C-STARs Pediatric Therapy Specialists just added Pediatric Speech Therapy to its Pediatric Physical Therapy services. SOULS IN HARMONY has announced that it will be collecting devices for the music therapy program at CulpeperFest! Any device that would hold a playlist-- iPods, iPads, iPhones, laptops, - All devices will be memory wiped and reset to factory settings before distributed for use. INTEGRATIVE WELLNESS would like to congratulate our staff members, Stuart Clatterbaugh and Charity Anderson for completing their International certification with Touch for Health and International Kinesiology College (IKC) for pain and goal balancing. Faye Gish and the entire FAYE’S OFFICE SUPPLY FAMILY would like to thank all of their customers and team for 25 years of successful business, you are so appreciated! COMMUNITY-STARS is celebrating its 10th Year Anniversary in a big way! The entire month of May is Customer Appreciation. Stop in to check out our

DOGWOOD VILLAGE would like to recognize Fred Wease for his contributions to the facility. Fred served his country until 1945 and received the Bronze Star,Purple Heart and Prisoner of War medals for his service to his country. He has been a volunteer with Dogwood Village for over 25 years and he currently resides in Dogwood Village Senior Living. Fred is pictured with part-time Dogwood employee and volunteer Mary Hinkle.

pediatric therapy services and pick up C-STARs swag! Marty Bywaters-Baldwin and Sara Drebes, RAPPAHANNOCK GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, along with Honore Hastings, Sean McElhinney and Ashley Shilling of VERDUN ADVENTURE BOUND, traveled to Fort Worth Texas to present “Ziplines. Resumes. Fleeces. Learning the Ropes of Youth Workforce Needs” at the Goodwill Industries International Conference April 29, 2019. The well received presentation centered on “The Groundwork Project,” a leadership development and career readiness program for youth 16 to 24 years of age funded by The Ohrstrom Foundation and The PATH Foundation, along with Culpeper County and Rappahannock County Public Schools and Novant Health UVA Health System.

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WINDMORE FOUNDATION OF THE ARTS is pleased to announce Amanda Reck as Producer of the Theater Camp and Amanda upcoming June 15th Seussical, Jr. musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty based on Dr. Seuss stories. MRS. RECK brings energy, enthusiasm, and experience to this role. For information visit Windmorefoundation.org On May 2, 2019, Kathy Butler accepted the 2019 Education Hero Award from the Central Virginia American Red Cross on behalf of all the Kathy volunteers and supporters Butler of GIRLS ON THE RUN PIEDMONT. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of so many amazing volunteers, Girls on the Run Piedmont is working hard to save the lives of girls in our community. Girls on the Run not only provides CPR training to the coaches in order to protect the girls physically, but an evidenced-based curriculum that boosts a girls' self-esteem and helps her to make intentional choices to avoid negative behaviors. The program’s unique, intentional curriculum taught by trained coaches explains the season-long improvements in social, psychological, and physical behaviors as well as learning of critical life skills that benefit girls in their everyday lives.

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Paul Bates for Board of Supervisors- Catalpa District Paul Bates Rixeyville, VA 22737 540.905.0339 pbatesforcatalpasupervisor@gmail. com Non-Profit Clubs & Organizations Denise Whetzel for Culpeper County Treasurer Denise Whetzel Culpeper, VA 22701 540.272.4132 denisewhetzel@aol.com Non-Profit Clubs & Organizations Thrivent Financial Gretchen Franti Rixeyville, VA 22737 540.717.5263 gretchen.franti@thrivent.com Financial Services Pro Shield/Allstate Insurance Company Alejandro Velez 512 Prince Edward Street Fredericksburg, VA 22401 540.760.1639 Insurance Missy Norris White for Culpeper County Treasurer Missy Norris White Reva, VA 22735 540.827.7271 misswhite4treasurer.com Non-Profit Clubs & Organizations Encompass Rehabilitation Hospital of Fredericksburg Amber Pfalzgraf- Rehab Liaison 300 Park Hill Drive Fredericksburg, VA 22401 contactus@encompasshealth.com 540.368.7300 Health Care Services Lifestyle Physicians, LLC Kavita Baldwin 571 B James Madison Highway Culpeper, VA 22701 540.680.2427 Weight Loss

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Crack the Vault at CulpeperFest Wellspring Health Services is giving 250 CulpeperFest Attendees the chance to win one of 50 PRIZES and if any one of those attendees matches the 5-digit code on the vault they could win $50,000 cash! There will be up to 250 attempts for a chance to win anyone of the following 50 PRIZES: $50,000 Cash Grand Prize 2 - $50 Gift Cards 4 - $25 Gift Cards 20 - $10 Gift Cards 23 - $5 Gift Cards

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Pollinator garden restored after floods By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Town of Culpeper employees and members of the Old Rag Master Naturalists worked Tuesday morning to restore the pollinator garden at Yowell Meadow Park - washed out last summer by a spate of storms and flooding. Planted in October 2017, the pollinator garden was a partnership between the Town of Culpeper, the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Old Rag Master Naturalists. The garden was an effort to not only beautify the park, but to provide native plants for pollinators to use as food and habitat. There are more than 485 species of native bees in Virginia, and seven of those bumblebee species are in decline. More than 700 plants of 15 different species were planted at the Yowell Meadow Park in 2017, accounting for more than $3,000. On Tuesday, volunteers worked to weed and mulch the plants that survived the extensive flooding from last summer. Salem Bush, Principal Planner and Zoning Administrator for the Town of Culpeper, said that the heavy rain and work that was being done to the dam at Lake Pelham accounted for the severe flooding. “We’re trying to figure it out as we go,” Bush said. “Last year was a monkey wrench. We knew we were going to have to do routine maintenance, but the fact that the flooding was so bad

last year, it just washed away a lot of the mulch. Plus it pushes the other seeds of the other grasses and stuff into here, so the idea to weed is almost impossible.” Barry Buschow, President-Elect with Old Rag Master Naturalists, said that many of the plants that were part of the garden are naturally water-loving plants. Many of them survived the flooding, while others were either washed away or overcome by weeds. Bush guessed that about 50 percent of what planted survived. “We did make this into a water loving garden area,” Buschow said. “That’s why most of these lived. Unfortunately with the two big floods that we had, it literally covered the area up to the bench. It just brought in all the grass seeds and wiped out the small plants. Now we’re going to have to replant.” The dam work, which is now complete, is what caused much of the flooding. “They had to keep the dam low while they were working on it,” Bush said. “When they kept releasing the water, it kept coming down into Yowell Meadow Park. It was a combination of the worst year of rain in Virginia and then the fact they were working on the dam, it was a double whammy.” Plants above a bench at the garden survived and are flowering now, the plants below the bench were being dug around, transplanted and mulched so they could grow again. Bush said the Old Rag Master Naturalists were key to the project.


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CRIME SOLVERS

Claude Edward Ball Age: 28, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 6-2/200 Hair/Eye: Blonde/Blue Last known: 5410 Blue Ridge Turnpike, Madison, Va. Wanted for: Probation Violation on Misdemeanor Charge

Angela Lee Butler AKA: Angela Lea Hymes Age: 39, Black/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-6/145 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 13080 Eggbornsville Rd., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: (2) counts of Probation Violation on Felony Charge.

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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 20-26 Avery Cierra King Age: 27, Black/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-10/218 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 2110 Blue Spruce Dr., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: (2) counts of Fail to Appear.

Bobby Terrell Hill Age: 42, Black/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 6-1/190 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 65 Glazier Way, Stafford, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Appear. Warrants current as of May 29

Following are the police reports from May 20-26. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. May 20 Zachary Davis Baughman, 19, 800 block, Fox Den Rd., Culpeper, robbery, credit card theft, assault or battery by mob, contributing to the delinquency of a minor (two counts) Michael Paul Procino, 63, James River Pl., Pinehurst, phone: annoying ringing Thomas Junior Quarles, 61, 400 block, S Main St., Culpeper, possession of marijuana May 21 Lisa Faye Caudill, 30, 100 block, McDaniel St., Culpeper, revocation of suspended sentence and probation Roy Neal Starkes, 63, 400 block, E Chandler St., Culpeper, assault & battery -family member Brandon James Morris, 38, 38, 400 block, W Chandler St., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language, possess, transport firearms by convicted felons

May 22 Delante Timothy Strother, 28, 700 block, Belle Ct., Culpeper, driving after forfeiture of license May 23 Quincy Cameron Martin, 23, Pinehurst Rd., Palmyra, fail to appear Jonte G Smith, 19, 700 block, Madison Rd., Culpeper, robbery, assault or battery by mob (two count) Nyazha Elizabeth Hull, 21, 22000 block, Halls Rd., Richardsville, sale, distribute marijuana, driving w/ suspended or revoked license Jamie Christopher Brown, 34, 1000 block, S Main St., Culpeper, possession of marijuana May 24 Scott Anthony Gray, 35, 7300 block, Lanewood Ln., Rappidan, revocation of suspended sentence and probation (two counts) Samantha Lynn Lawrence, 30, 14000 block, Hazel River Church Rd., Culpeper, concealment, price price alter merchandise

May 25 Katlyn Michelle Martin, 23, 700 block, Madison Rd., Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol, refusal breath/blood alcohol test Joseph Shane Compton, 31, 100 block, S West St., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Markiece Quanterius Banks, 20, 500 block, Meadowbrook Dr., Culpeper, conspiring to trespass or commit larceny, stolen property: w/ intent to sell, larceny Danny Cris Gahagan Jr., 38, 100 block, E Davis St., Culpeper, assault & battery -family member Teresa Pollard, 36, 100 block, E Davis St., Culpeper, assault & battery -family member May 26 Jose Luis Saqui Sub, 24, 600 block, First St., Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol, no drivers license Joseph Shane Compton, 31, 100 block, S West St., Culpeper, violate protective orders Shantee S Morales, 36, 13000 block, Windmill Way, Culpeper, possession of marijuana


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Week of 6/3/19 - 6/9/19

PUZZLES

The Weekly Crossword

by Margie E. Burke

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ACROSS 1 Soldiers' meal 14 15 16 5 Like kitten videos 17 18 19 9 Charley horse, e.g. 20 21 22 23 14 Malicious 15 Soon, to a poet 24 25 26 16 Woodshop 27 28 29 30 machine 17 Largest city on 31 32 33 the island of 34 35 36 37 38 39 Hawaii 18 USPS manager 40 41 42 20 Common wild 43 44 45 46 card 22 Be full of 48 49 50 47 23 Curved path 51 52 53 24 Shakespearean barmaid 54 55 56 57 58 25 No walk in the 59 60 61 park 26 Lean and 62 63 64 sinewy 27 Hosted a Copyright 2019 by The Puzzle Syndicate newscast 29 Literary twist DOWN 30 PRNDL pick 46 Ethel of 31 Hotel freebie 1 Word of 33 Barber's offering Broadway 32 Digitally indifference 35 Bridle attach47 Hay holders enhance, as a 2 D.A.'s need ment 49 Hubby's mom, recording 3 Hit man's 37 Lotion ingredient for one 34 Patio of sorts accessory 38 Corsage flower 52 Parcel 36 Try 4 Show bad 39 Do as directed 53 Small 40 Stretch out posture 41 Bona fide salamander 42 Rat's place 5 Superhero garb 43 African 55 Old crone 43 Lodge resident 6 A, in Acapulco adventure 56 Boy toy? 45 From now on 7 Taqueria 44 Litter member 58 Rather, for one 47 Reclined offering 48 Break bread 8 Set foot in Answers to Last Week’s Crossword: 50 Unsavory 9 Hit hard A R C S S K E I N P L A T 51 Frequently, in 10 Faux ___ C A R E P I A N O V I V A verse (blunder) R I O T I N S T R U C T O R 52 Remote button 11 Reach, as a goal I S S U E R T E R N E W E 53 Guts 12 First #1 hit for R I D E R D E S P A I R 54 Paternal The Four S T E M S E R A P H 57 Take a needle to Seasons C O F F E E B A R R E L A Y 59 October 31 13 Compassion O P A L D E F E R C L I P option 19 Practice Zen T U N E R L I F E S T Y L E 60 Anagram for 21 Harmonized A I D E E S T E E M "wane" hymn A T L A S T A R N I S H 61 Opera solo 24Week Hold on! of 6/3/19H- 6/9/19 I T E M L E A N T O I S 62 Char 25 Macho guys S U E T A N T I C I P A T E 63 Shoved off 26 Donned N A D I R T R E E S T I R S L E E T Y E L L P O C K 64 Indian flat bread 28 Flute's kin

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Difficulty: Easy

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HOW TO SOLVE:

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. Answers to Last Week’s Sudoku:

1 8 7 5 3 4 2 6 9

9 2 3 1 6 8 5 7 4

4 5 6 9 2 7 1 8 3

6 1 9 3 7 2 4 5 8

2 3 8 4 9 5 6 1 7

5 7 4 6 8 1 3 9 2

8 4 1 2 5 9 7 3 6

3 9 5 7 4 6 8 2 1

7 6 2 8 1 3 9 4 5

Weekly Tarotscope - May 30 10 of Pentacles, 2 of Swords TAROTSCOPES

There is an interesting carryover from last Cara Cutro week’s message about security. The 10 of Pentacles is a card that represents building something stable that lasts over generations. It is often indicative of family lines- things passed down within the bloodline. Sometimes this card can let us know that we are healing or dealing with issues that have their roots in our ancestral past. The appearance of the 10 of Pentacles can also speak mundanely to money or property that is set up in a way to be passed down. This could be you passing it down or having it passed down to you. From a business standpoint this card shows that you are building something with a strong foundation. These things take time of course, but this card is very promising in terms of establishing security and stability.

The 2 of Swords is about taking a time out to pause. Coupled with the 10 of Pentacles, we’re shutting down for a minute so that we can focus on family, or perhaps we are shutdown to our family at this time. That’s okay. We are contemplating in the 2 of Swords. It’s a needed time of inner reflection. If we are facing a decision about business or money/property related themes represented by the 10 of Pentacles, then we want to wait before we disperse wealth or finalize any plans. If you are healing ancestral trauma or examining the roots of family patterns, pause and give yourself time to process 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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