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➤ Health: June is HHT Awareness month 2 | Results of Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby 6 | Lions Club honors Melvin Jones winners 10 | Martin's goes mobile 18


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H E A LT H We’ve got a bleeder! My Story living with HHT I’ve been a nose bleeder for as long as I can remember. I have vague memories as a young boy with my parents holding towels up to my nose trying to get the bleeding to stop. I remember a specific instance my freshman year of high school of a major nosebleed during gym that was something out of a slasher horror film. Its wasn’t until years later that I was diagnosed with an inherited disease that causes malformed blood vessels called HHT (Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia) also known as OslerWeber-Rendu syndrome. It is amazing the things in life that we will suffer through. Things that we have learned to incorporate into our daily lives, work around, or just try to avoid instead of attempting to find the root cause and eliminate the problem once and for all. I was no different with my constant nosebleeds. Watch a movie, get a nosebleed. Stand in the checkout line, get a nosebleed. Sit in a business meeting, get a nosebleed. In the middle of the night, get a nosebleed. I have years of evidence of my nosebleeds. I’ve lost count the number of times that I have run out of the room with no warning to others. The ruined shirts and pillow cases. Blood marks on the seatbelts of my vehicles. The bathroom sink that looks like it should be a crime scene investigation. I don’t remember what my breaking point was. I don’t recall the exact moment where I said enough was enough and I had to get a grip on this. Back in 2007, I finally reached that limit. And it was good that I did, as things were going to get whole lot scarier. I scheduled an appointment with a local ear, nose and throat doctor or otolaryngologist (ENT). I remember the first visit distinctly. A quick scope of my nose and he said “hmm, that’s strange”. Instead of the normal tree branch shape of blood vessels, he described it as little pods. But I underwent the typical treatment for a nosebleed which was a chemical cauterization of

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June is HHT Awareness Month, next week we will have more about the condition and what Johns Hopkins is doing to treat it. the surface level blood vessels with powdered silver nitrate. Let me explain the silver nitrate procedure really quickly. Both nostrils are hit with a numbing spray and the silver nitrate is put on a something like a Q-tip. It burns, cauterizing the vessels. I had two main side effects of this treatment. The worst running nose you can possibly imagine that lasted 1224 hours. And once the numbing spray wore off, the sensation was if someone lit a match inside my skull. It wasn’t fun. I thought the problem was solved. And it was. For about a year. Then the nosebleeds came back. We repeated the silver nitrate treatment a couple more times. Each time with less of a result. Finally, my ENT recommended an outpatient electrical cauterization procedure at the hospital. The main difference I experienced with this procedure is my nose was packed with a gel like substance that was supposed to dissolve in a couple of days. But the gel didn’t dissolve. It hardened like concrete and was extremely uncomfortable. I got an emergency follow up with my ENT who had to use the equivalent of medical needle nose plyers to pull out the now solidified gel packed in each of my nostrils. Again, not fun. This triggered a decent nosebleed in the office. He chose to treat it with more silver nitrate, on the open wound, without numbing spray. It was like a full bonfire going on in my head. My ENT leaves me in the room for roughly an hour. And he comes back and says I need to setup an appointment at the Johns Hopkins Hospital HHT Center of Excellence. He thought I had this rare disease that he hasn’t encountered before called HHT. At this point we are in 2011, nearly 4 years since my first trip to the ENT. I wasn’t my normal self. Friends of mine were noticing how I seemed out of breath doing mundane activities. Watching TV, I would sit and sweat. I was bowling and if you saw me it looked like I had just run

a marathon. I was worn out all the time. I didn’t know it at the time, but the fatigue and the shortness of breath turned out to be another symptom of HHT, but in my lungs. The time for my testing and appointments at Johns Hopkins finally came around mid-2011. It was at these appointments where I finally understood the potential gravity of HHT and my situation. I was given an expansive list of tests: brain MRI, chest CT scan, heart echo, EKG and blood work. Also, physical exams from multiple doctors. The Johns Hopkins team is great. The doctors were looking for arteriovenous malformations (AVM) in my brain and in my lungs. These are abnormal blood vessels that form in people with HHT. They disrupt normal blood flow and oxygen circulation. They can have abnormal structures or pool up blood. And I had several in my lung. Including a big one in my lungs that resembled a small water balloon filled with blood. My oxygen saturation level was in the 80s. This explained the crazy sweating and being out of breath. I was at risk of having a stroke or having my newly discovered AVM burst and hemorrhage. My procedure to fix the AVM was scheduled within a couple days of the diagnosis. It was in an older building at Johns Hopkins back then. The prep room and the surgical rooms were divided by the family waiting room. They ran out of gurney’s right before my procedure. I threw on another gown, so my rear wasn’t hanging out and walked thru the waiting room like a boss. And jumped on the table myself. The procedure to treat this from the patient prospective is relatively simple. A catheter goes up through the groin and it’s completely painless. It is similar in nature to angioplasty, but the catheter goes into the lungs. I won’t ever forget the first time I sat up after the procedure. It was like getting a shot of adrenaline. My O2 level was back up in the high 90s. I felt fantastic. There are some areas too small to be treated. I just completed my 3-year checkup (May 2019) and will have to undergo the procedure again. One of the vessels has grown to the point it needs to be dealt with.

I am fortunate at this stage in life to be on the lesser end of the severity scale. I currently sit between an 1-2 on the 10-point nosebleed severity chart. I must remember to take antibiotics before dentist appointments as I am more susceptible to a blood infection. That is easier to prevent than to treat. We have installed a whole home humidifier to help with the dry air during the winter months. It has greatly reduced the amount of horror film style nose bleeds that I used to get when the dry heated air is cranking full blast during the cold months. I participated in Johns Hopkins double blind clinical trial a few years ago. They were testing out different sprays to help with nosebleeds. I get a follow up call from that once a year. They check in to see how I am doing. I will be monitored for the rest of my life. I am crossing my fingers that as I get older, the progression of HHT in my GI tract, liver, etc. will be on the minor side. But I do expect something. I just turned 40 and I get to experience my first colonoscopy before my next lung treatment later this summer. Joy. I urge everyone, if you know someone that has regular consistent nosebleeds to go see visit your nearest HHT Center of Excellence or local ENT if you are not near one. Ask your local ENT if they are aware of HHT. If you don’t have nosebleeds, but your oxygen level is lower than a 97%, ask to get checked. Don’t let an aversion to doctors prevent you from getting a test that could save your life. It is estimated that 85%-90% of people are currently undiagnosed. I never got my nose bleed problem solved. And probably never will. But I know that finally getting checked prevented me from experiencing a potentially deadly outcome. Don’t wait! For further information please visit https://curehht.org. The Cure HHT Foundation website contains information about HHT Centers of Excellence, Physicians, and other resources. You will find a donate button, where 93 cents of every dollar funds scientific research, drive awareness campaigns, and help create Centers of Excellence.


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Masco putting cabinet division up for sale Masco Corporation, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of branded home improvement and building products, announced Monday that it has concluded its strategic review of its Cabinetry and Windows businesses and will pursue the sale of these businesses. The Culpeper Merillat plant is one of the businesses affected by the sale. “Since we announced the strategic review of our Cabinetry and Windows businesses in March, we have worked with our external advisors, our Cabinetry and Windows business units, and our Board of Directors to evaluate alternatives to best deliver long-term value for our shareholders,” said Keith Allman, Masco’s President and CEO. “We have determined that pursuing the sale of Masco Cabinetry, Milgard Windows and UK Window Group in three separate transactions is the most appropriate path forward to accomplish this value creation. We expect that the sales of these businesses will be concluded in approximately six to nine months, assuming that each of these transactions can be completed on acceptable terms and conditions.” Masco Cabinetry, headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, manufactures and sells semi-custom, stock and value-priced assembled cabinetry for kitchen, bath, storage, home office and home entertainment applications in a broad range of styles and price points to address consumer preferences. Masco Cabinetry’s Kraftmaid® And Cardell® products are sold primarily to dealers and home center retailers, and its Merillat® And Quality Cabinets™ products are sold primarily to dealers and homebuilders for both home improvement and new home construction. For 2018, Masco reported net sales of its Cabinetry Products segment of $950 million, operating profit of $86 million and EBITDA of $99 million. “Over the past five years, we have executed on our strategy to reduce our cyclicality by increasing our exposure to the repair and remodel segment of the housing market,” continued Allman. “This began with the spin-off of our installation services business and continued with a focus on improving the operations of our Cabinetry and Windows businesses. The strategic actions we are announcing today will complete the process of reducing our exposure to the new construction segment of the market and position us to focus on our less cyclical Plumbing Products and Decorative Architectural

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Products businesses going forward,” concluded Allman. According to Sue Sabo, DirectorCommunications and Corporate Giving at Masco, "Prior to the completion of the divestiture, we expect that business will continue as usual and we do not anticipate any immediate changes in the day-to-day operation of the business." The Merillat plant employs approximately 200 people. She said Masco expects that the divestiture of these businesses will be concluded in approximately six to nine months. For 2018, the Cabinetry Products and Windows and Other Specialty Products segments on a combined basis reported $1.7 billion in net sales, $120 million in operating profit and $161 million in adjusted EBITDA (defined as operating profit plus depreciation and amortization expense of $36 million and excluding $5 million of rationalization charges), which represented 20 percent of Masco’s consolidated net sales, 10 percent of consolidated operating profit, and 11 percent of consolidated adjusted EBITDA.

Annual CAYA 5K race scheduled for Sept. 21

Riley Simpson (Editor's note: This is weekly series highlighting members of Culpeper's Youth Council. To join Culpeper Youth, go to www.culpeperyouth.org to apply.) With my senior year quickly approaching, I’ve began to compile my long list of extracurriculars, cocurriculars, and of course my achievements. When my fingers first hit the keyboard I immediately, almost reflexively, put down Youth Advisory Council Secretary and CCHS Executive Council Vice President because in all honesty, that’s the footer at the end of all of my emails. But it made me realize, that before I even had to think I had already written one of the things that has shaped me over these past 4 years- leadership. As a student who understands and cherishes the importance of my involvement in the fine arts, other various clubs and societies, and community service, I can testify that these 2 opportunities that have been granted to me have affected every other activity I’ve participated in over my high school career. Leadership isn’t just having meetings and taking charge, it’s about public speaking, strategic planning, complex thinking, communication, advertising, creativity, and persistence. So before any upcoming freshman (and their parents) start to worry about being a well-rounded student over these next four years, look no further than finding your inner leader. And right here in Culpeper, look no further than Culpeper Youth.

When Moira Satre lost her 31 year old son, Bobby, to a heroin overdose in April 2015, she decided to be part of the fight against substance abuse. Since then a new coalition called CAYA, aka Come As You Are, has been working within the community to provide support & treatment options to those struggling with addiction as well as to create greater awareness through education and prevention programs by collaborating with other community organizations addressing the opioid crisis. Fatal drug overdose has been the leading cause of unnatural death in Virginia since 2013. Staging the 4th annual 5K run on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 9 a.m. continues the effort to raise funds to achieve CAYA’s goals. In 2018 over 250 runners registered for the event; monies raised through fees and sponsorships far exceeded previous years’ amounts. Funds raised in 2019 will continue to support CAYA’s vital programs (see additional information, CAYA Coalition Services, provided). The event will take place again at Verdun Adventure Bound on Rte. 229 in Rixeyville. Online advance registration (at www.cayacoalition.org or by mail to P.O. Box 3457, Warrenton, VA 20188) is $30 and extends through September 6 (registration fee increases to $35 after this date); registration the day of the race (7:30- 8:45 a.m.) is $40.


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Volunteers at derby 'raising the youth' ➤ Annual race has dedicated group that truly cares about the drivers By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Sean Brown met each driver at the Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby at the end of the track. His smiling face was the first thing they saw as they hit their brakes and the former All American Soap Box World Champion greeted each driver with a fist bump, a high-five or a hand signal to let them know they did a good job. Brown isn’t far removed from his derby racing days. A former local champion, world champion and junior committee member - on Saturday he wore the familiar bright blue Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby committee member shirt. It’s a shirt that signifies what being a volunteer truly means - hard work, selflessness and a passion for the sport. Dozens of volunteers wearing those shirts are what have made the Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby a success for 17 years. The derby was the brainchild of Tony Troilo and Frankie Gilmore as a way to pay tribute to 75 years of their family’s business - Rosson & Troilo. The first race was held in 2003 and on Saturday many of the original volunteers remembered how they first got their start and why they keep coming back. H.B. Chapman IV has had all of his children participate in the derby. Now, his son Miguel competes in the Super Kids races for children with disabilities, but H.B. says his involvement has more to do with the community than his family. “I went into Rosson Troilo, basically to talk to Frankie about getting a tire changed when they were there and she said ‘do you know anything about Soap Box Derby?’ I said like the Little Rascals and she said ‘yes, be here Thursday night.’” He came to the initial meeting and the rest is history. “I wanted to help because I had children,” Chapman said. “I started

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Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby Committee Member Sean Brown shares a fist bump with a driver during the annual race Saturday. Brown is just one of the many volunteers that makes the race special for the local drivers. out wanting to do it for my children and my interest in the mechanical side. What it evolved into is more of a volunteer effort because you can see the difference in the community.” He looked around early Saturday morning at the multitude of youngsters from as young as 7 years old all the way to 18 year olds running around, getting pumped up about going down the hill. He smiled to himself, knowing that someday those kids will grow up to be volunteers. “You’re raising the youth of a community,” Chapman said. “It takes everybody, you create well-rounded kids, well-rounded people.” Around him were young people wearing red shirts - signifying they were members of the junior committee. Those committee members were racers who decided to take on more responsibility and now they help the younger drivers learn about brake pads, lines to follow on the track and just being a good sportsman. “The derby is a family,” Chap-

man said. “Once you get that common core, then you look for people with similar interests to bring them in.” That’s how Tony Windland got started. His daughter Suzie and son Andrew both raced. Now Suzie is a volunteer as well and Tony has stayed involved - for the kids. “It’s just to get the kids involved,” Windland said. “It’s good for the families and its good for the kids. It teaches them too, it teaches them responsibility, it teaches them a work ethic, a mutual respect.” Paul Bates was so involved they named the racetrack after him. Another original, Bates spent countless hours helping build the racetrack along Cherry Hill Road, grading the track, coordinating the volunteer construction crew and putting his finger prints on virtually ever part of the track. He did it not for the recognition, but for the racers who clearly enjoy spending time at the derby track. “I enjoy watching the kids race, I like to see the smile on their faces,” Bates said. “The people that come

out to help, they’re my friends some of the best friends I’ve ever had.” The volunteers Walking down the track, there are volunteer stories galore. Each volunteer has an origin story, and many of them begin with helping their own children - but they continue with the bonds formed at the track. Robin Johnson, who coordinates the heat sheets at the bottom of the track, first became involved in 2012 when her daughter Emily Maley started racing. By 2014, she was heavily involved as a volunteer and her daughter has become a threetime winner of the sportsmanship award. The two of them routinely cheer on each racer as they come down the track, trading jokes and sharing stories as the drivers are pulled off and readied for another run. Seeing how the volunteers jumped at every chance to help the drivers inspired her to do the same. ➤ See Volunteers, Page 5


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Soap Box Derby champions move on to Akron after local race victories ➤ Morris has a master plan when it comes to her Soap Box Derby career By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Sophie Morris has a master plan. The 2019 Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby Super Stock champion is looking to make a clean sweep of the derby’s championships. “I wanted to win three locals in a row in three different divisions,” she said. Last year, she won the Stock division. This year, she defeated Alana Durica in the finals to win the Super Stock Division and next year she moves up to Master’s to challenge for the title her brother Luke

just won. If she were to win the Master’s next year, she would become just the third triple-crown winner for the Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby. Moving up a division this year, she said there were some subtle differences to preparing for the race. “They are a lot faster, they are a little harder to brake,” Morris said. “I have a little more room because I’m tiny.” Emily Maley took third place, and won the Sportsmanship Award for the third year in a row, and Maeve Ciuba finished fourth. After defeating Durica, Morris, Durica and Maley all embraced at the bottom of the track. “I hate knocking people out because I feel bad, but I’m glad that I won and I wish the best for Alana next year,” Morris said.

➤ Harper gives his dad a Father's Day present he won't soon forget By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Trenton Harper gave his dad Jason a special Father’s Day present. The second-year driver took home the Stock Division championship Saturday at Paul Bates Raceway, bursting into tears as he hugged his dad at the finish line.

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Brandon Pressley (right) defeated Miguel Chapman (left) to win the Super Kids race at the Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby Saturday.

➤ Pressley fits in as the Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby Super Kids champ By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Brandon Pressley was welcomed into the Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby with open arms. That’s what made it so special when the rising sixth grader at Floyd T. Binns Middle School won the Super Kids race Saturday. The Super Kids race is held for children with differing abilities, giving them

➤ Morris becomes second triple crown winner at the derby By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Luke Morris became just the second triple crown winner in Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby history Saturday. Morris won the Master’s Division, defeating Joey Kratochvil in the finals, to secure a clean sweep in titles at Paul Bates Raceway. Last year he won the Super Stock title and two years prior to that he was the Stock Champion. Zach Miller was the first triple crown winner at the Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby. Aidan Durica took third place and Conner Hodgston took fourth place in the Master’s Di➤ Stock, from Page 6 Harper bested Ava Morris in the finals, having to beat her twice down the hill. Harper came into the finals the “winner of winners” and Morris would have had to defeat him twice to win the title. She was able to beat him once down the hill, but the second run, and the championship, went to Harper.

an opportunity to ride in tandem down the track at Paul Bates Raceway with a junior committee member. Pressley, who his mother Victoria says is on the Autism Spectrum, felt welcomed by the derby. “He has trouble fitting in with groups, he’s had a few clubs and groups that’s he’s been politely asked to leave so it’s really good that he’s been able to do this and they found someone to help him fit in,” Victoria Pressley said. It was a family affair for the first-year racer, as his younger sister Ella was racing for the first time on Saturday. “It’s tremendous, I’m proud of him,” his father, Christopher Pressley said. “He’s excited, he’s been talking about this all day.” vision. Morris said racing the aerodynamic Master’s cars made a big difference in speed, estimating he was going 10 miles per hour faster. “I think it’s a little easier because you don’t have to get low or do anything with you sit in the car,” Morris said. It was a bittersweet moment for Morris, who with his Master’s win will not be eligible to compete at Paul Bates Raceway again. “I’m going to miss racing here,” Morris said. “It’s very special. I’ve been racing since I was very young and I have a lot of good memories of this place. It’s just the people, the drivers I’ve made friends with. Everyone here is just so encouraging and friendly.” “I just followed where the car wanted to go, but if it went too close to the cones I turned away from them,” he said. His dad said the derby helped the family work together on a wholesome project. “I just think it’s a good bond for us, it gives the kids something to do and keeps them interested in something,” Jason Harper said.

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TECHNOLOGY I failed at doing the right thing The devices we use on a daily basis are getting smaller, more expensive, more powerful, more portable, and, did I mention more expensive? Just walking around in the gym in the morning, I see people wearing Fitbits or Apple Watches to track their workouts. Wired headphones are now Bluetooth with new versions completely wire free, think Air Pods or Bose SoundSports. The prices of these portable devices are roughly $150 to over $500. But what happens if you lose one? What are the chances you can get it back? My wife and I just returned from vacation in Charleston, South Carolina, the Isle of Palms, to be exact. We spent almost the entire time at the Wild

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into. After reading online forums, it was clear not to waste time calling Apple. Yes, they know exactly who’s device it is by matching the serial number to the online account, but they do not use that information to track lost devices. For security purposes they won’t give you the contact info, which is great, but then again, you also can’t send it to Apple to forward on to the owner. Which, in my case, this turned out to be not so great. When we got home, I bought a charger for it, thinking that if I could get it online, the owner would be able to activate the lost notification. That’s when I discovered that the Apple Watch requires its owner’s paired iPhone to connect to a new internet connection. Even if you reset it, which I tried, it will only connect to wireless networks it’s been on previously. If you find an Apple Watch and do a hard reset to delete the data, the phone is still tied to the owner’s ICloud account, and you can only see a partial of the email address. Again, a great security

feature and total deterrent for would-be thieves, but not so great when I want to send this $400+ device back to the owner. Side Note: If you buy a used Apple watch (or other product), ensure the original owner has deactivated the device in their iCloud account. I totally agree with keeping the lost devices locked to an iCloud account, but I needed a way to get it connected to a new internet connection to allow the owner at least an opportunity to put it in Lost Mode. I have discussed at length in this column on how everything we do is tracked. Companies know who bought what product and where it is at any given time. Since the devices are smaller and more expensive, what role do they have in helping lost products get back to their owners? John Barker President at Barker Management Consulting. He can be reached at jbarker@barkerleadership. com or www.barkerleadership.com.

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Lions honor two with Melvin Jones Award By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Chris Jenkins and Lawanna Stanley received the Lions’ highest honor last Thursday. The Melvin Jones Award is presented to Lions Club members who are a model of exemplary service to their club and the community it serves. Jenkins, the Culpeper Town Police Chief, joined the Mid Day Lions in 2010 and has served as first vice president and a director. “He’s being honored for his service to the community of Culpeper,” said Wilma Murphy, District 24A Governor. Jenkins has served for the Culpeper Police Department for 42 years and has served as an executive member of Blue Ridge Narcotics and Gang Member task force and a board member of Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services. He created Team Jordan,a nonprofit organization for suicide prevention and surivivor support group, following the death of his son Jordan in 2014.

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Lawanna Stanley (left) and Culpeper Town Police Chief Chris Jenkins (left) were honored with Melvin Jones Awards Thursday through the Culpeper Mid Day Lions. Presenting the award is District 24A Governor Wilma Murphy.

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“He has touched countless lives in this community and beyond during their most difficult times,” Murphy said. Jenkins accepted the honor, praising Culpeper as great place to live. “It’s an honor and privilege to be a part of this organization that makes such a positive impact on our community,” Jenkins said. “This is the only club I joined because it makes the most impact. This is a great community and this is a great Lions club that makes a great impact.” Stanley has served many roles as a Lion - President, Vice Pres-

ident, Director, Tail Twister and Lion Tamer. “She is willing to help with any project,” Murphy said. “She embodies Lionism.” The Culpeper Mid-Day Lions are extremely active in the community, especially when it comes to sight and hearing screenings. Last year they provided 3,402 service hours to the community, while donating $27,352 to the Culpeper area. Their Christmas program served 62 children. Hank Milans was elected President of the Mid Day Lions at the meeting.

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Local author helps Siamese cats Contributed report Siri Zwemke, a resident of Locust Dale, Virginia, is stepping outside the box with her first book, Rescue Meez. This quasi-memoir explores both the hard and humorous lessons of rescue and is a light and enjoyable read for anyone who likes animals, has rescued an animal, or has an interest in Siamese cats. Zwemke, the founder and Director of the Siamese Cat Rescue Center which began in 1998, captures

her readers by recounting her transformation from teacher to non-profit Director, all fueled by the quest for the next soulmate cat. Zwemke invites the reader to join her as she laughs at her missteps while chronicling her adventures facing a rifle-wielding hillbilly, swimming with cats, diapering her soulmates and doing the Dance of the Dead Mouse. Available in E-book and paperback, Rescue Meez can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online retailers.

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CCFVD Co. 1 thanks Wise family for generous contribution to the fire department The Culpeper County Volunteer Fire Department wishes to thank Jesse and Janet Wise, of Wise Services and Recycling of Culpeper, for their generous donation of $2,500 dollars during our regular monthly business meeting on June 13. This donation was the grand prize won by Wise Services & Recycling at our annual carnival last month. We thank them for their support at our carnival and for their continued support at our meeting tonight. The generous contributions of individuals and businesses like Wise Services and Recycling make it possible for our organization to keep our community a safe place

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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.

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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.

VHSL PHYSICALS • Continuing

the partnership between UVA Health System and Culpeper County Public Schools, VHSL sports physicals will be available throughout the month of June on a walk-in basis for only $25 at the three UVA Health Systems locations. Please call ahead to limit wait time. All student-athletes who wish to participate in athletics for the 2019-2020 school year must have a valid physical on file with their respective school. VHSL physicals are valid from July 1 - June 30 each year. This applies to all workouts and tryouts. Please plan to complete the physical prior to team workouts or tryouts. UVA Primary Care Culpeper Family Practice: 1200

Sunset Ln, (540) 825-6100, M-F, 8:00am5:00pm UVA Primary Care Family Care of Culpeper 16240 Bennett Rd, (540) 825-5951, M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm UVA Pediatrics Culpeper 16244 Bennett Rd, (540) 825-5381, M-F, 8:00am-10:00am Parents must ensure that pages 1, 2, and 4 of the physical form are complete prior to meeting with the physician. Incomplete forms will not be processed. VHSL physical forms can be obtained at the main office of any middle or high school or at https://www.vhsl.org/ vhsl-physical-form/. Onsite option For family convenience, sports physicals will also be performed by UVA Health System providers at Culpeper Middle School on July 30, starting at 6 p.m. To decrease the wait time on July 30, CCHS students should arrive at 6:00 pm, EVHS students at 6:30 pm, and middle school students at 7:00 pm. The cost on July 30 is $25. Checks should be made payable to CCHS. Please contact your school athletic director with any questions.

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View High School will be holding tryouts for fall teams in late July and first week of August. All athletes will have to have a VHSL physical form AND the signature page from the CCPS Student Athlete Handbook. These documents can be found at www.easternviewathletics.org under the files tab. Students in the 8th grade and who will attend EVHS as 9th graders are eligible to try out for field hockey, cross country and volleyball. Athletes will have to pay a $100 activities fee on Aug. 7, once team rosters are set. The following is team specific information: Field Hockey- Tryouts will be held on the EVHS field hockey field. Athletes need to bring a pair of tennis shoes, cleats, mouth guard, shin guards and a water bottle. For more information, please contact

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Coach Allen at peggyallen1001@gmail. com. Golf- Golf tryouts will begin on Aug. 1 starting at 3 p.m. at the Culpeper Country Club. All players should report to the course with own golf clubs. All players should also wear a dress shirt and shorts. Additional information can be obtained by emailing Patrick Thornhill at pthornhill@ culpeperschools.org. Cross Country- Cross country practice will begin on Aug. 5 starting at 3:15pm. Practices will conclude around 5:30pm. Athletes should report behind school just below weight room for practice. If you need more information, please contact Paul Lutz at plutz@ culpeperschools.org. Football-Football tryouts are open to any student in grades 9-12. There will be a mandatory player/parent meeting for all perspective football players on June 27th starting at 7:00 auditorium. Tryouts will begin on August 1st at midnight players should report to EVHS on July 31st at 8:00 pm. The first practice will be over at 3:00 am and all players will stay at EVHS and will be available for pickup around 8:00 am after team breakfast. Practices on August 2nd and 3rd will begin at 7:30 am. Starting on August 5th, practices will begin at 3 p.m. and will be over at approximately 8 p.m. All perspective players must make contact with Coach Greg Hatfield before trying out to get proper equipment. His email is ghatfield@culpeperschools.org. Cheerleading-Any student interested in cheer tryouts should report to EVHS on August 5 at 4 p.m. Tryouts will last until 7 p.m. On Aug. 1, cheer evaluations and judging will take place starting at 4:00pm and lasting until 7:00pm. The coaching staff will give details of the practice schedule once rosters are established. Summer open mat time will continue on Tuesday and

Thursdays at EVHS from 8:00am to 10:00am. Questions about cheer can be directed to Melissa Summerscales at easternviewcheer@gmail.com. Volleyball-Girls Volleyball tryouts will be held starting Aug. 5 from 3:30-5:30pm in the EVHS gymnasium. Interested athletes should wear athletic attire & shoes. Knee pads are not required but suggested. Additional questions should be directed to Ainsley Dickens at ad9684@ccpsweb.org Any general information can also be obtained by visiting www.easternviewathletics.org or by emailing athletic director Mark Settle at msettle@culpeperschools. org.s.

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3RD THURSDAY • Join us in

historic downtown Culpeper directly in front of the Depot for the kick-off concert of the 3rd Thursday Summer Concert Series, brought to you by Culpeper Renaissance, Inc., a downtown development organization dedicated to enhancing, celebrating, and enriching Culpeper’s Downtown. The festivities continue on June 20, with The Entertainers, known across the Carolinas for being at the forefront of classic beach music with their soulful sounds.


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What’s Happening Be certain to join us from 5 to 9 p.m., directly in front of Depot on Commerce Street in historic downtown Culpeper, for great music and an enjoyable evening for the entire family!Advance tickets are available for $5 per concert or a DISCOUNT SEASON TICKET may be purchased for $15. General admission the day of the event is $7 at the gate for those 21 and over. KIDS ARE FREE!

Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-7644229. No cover.

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drink to Culpeper’s Kate Hohman at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover.

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 noon to 4 p.m. 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!)

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Community members who want to learn to swim are invited to participate in the World's Largest Swim Lesson at Powell Wellness Center. This worldwide event, now in its 10th year, highlights the importance of swimming lessons to help prevent drowning. Powell's aquatics staff will offer a free introductory swim lessons to children and adults who want to develop swim skills. 1005 Golf Drive, Culpeper. For more information, contact Powell aquatics manager Stacey Aucoin: saucoin@culpeperwellness.org, 540-4455383.

FILM • “The Kids Are All Right” (Focus Features, 2010 – rated R*) Annette Bening and Julianne Moore star as Nic and Jules, an upper middle class, same sex couple raising two teenaged children, Joni (Mia Wasikowska) and Laser (Josh Hutcherson), each conceived by the same anonymous sperm donor. The imperfect but stable home life of the family is thrown askew when the kids decide to seek out their birth father (Mark Ruffalo) and make him part of their lives. This critically acclaimed comedy/drama was co-written (with Stuart Blumberg) and directed by Lisa Cholodenko, based in part on some aspects of her life. 106 min. * No one under the age of 17 will be admitted without a parent or guardian. 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.

JUNE 21 LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Nashville Superstar Blake Esse at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover.

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popular amateur radio on-the-air event in the US and Canada. On this fourth weekend of June, more than 35,000 amateur radio operators gather with their clubs, groups or simply with friends to operate for 24 continuous hours, from remote locations without commercial power, as might be the case in a real emergency. This year members of the Culpeper Amateur Radio Association (CARA) will be on the air from 2 p.m. Saturday until noon Sunday at Lenn Park in Culpeper. Lenn Park's new address is 19206 Edwin Way (off Stevensburg Road). We hope you will come out and join us for Field Day; after all, it's your turn to get on the air!

CRUISING FOR HEROES •

Cruising for Heroes will be having our second Brusters’s cruise-in of the season this from 4 to 7 p.m., in Culpeper.Address is 16170 Rogers Road (just off Rt. 29 at Braggs Corner Road / 666). Our flyer is attached. Please forward it to anyone you think may be interested in attending.Summer officially begins on Friday and the weather for Saturday looks good so we hope to have another great turnout like last month. 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 4:30PM with the Manager’s Choice Trophy presentation at 7PM. Remember, a donation is made to the Fisher House Foundation by the owners of Bruster’s based on their sales during the Cruise-In, so please come hungry for great food and ice cream. We also donate 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

JUNE 23

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 | 540-8258786 | ssec@ststephensculpeper.net | Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street.

HISTORY • The Carver 4 County

Museum will host Charles Jameson, Culpeper Minutemen and graduate of GWCRHS’ Class of 1965, as he talks on “The Forgotten Patriots African Americans and American Indians in the Revolutionary War.” The talk will be in the Carver 4 County Museum at 3 p.m. The museum is located at 9432 James Madison Hwy., Rapidan. All are welcome.

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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. Contact Karen Gregg to register or for more information. 540-348-2889 or email kgregg.cpc@gmail.com.

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 FRIED CHICKEN DINNER • progressives each night, $1,000 jackpot. Richardsville Vol. Fire & Rescue will serve a Fried Chicken Dinner CHURCH • Mountain View from 5 to 7 p.m. The cost of the Community Church's Sermon dinner is $10 for adults, $5 for kids Topic for Sunday, June 23: "The 6 - 12, and kids 5 and under eat free Reversal - Deep Clean." Worship with an adult. For more information Service Times: 8:30, 10, 11:30 AM. please call 540 399-1890." Live Stream available at 10:00 AM via our website www.mountainviewcc.net. NAACP YOUTH SUMMER Children's programs available for birth JAM, FRIENDS & FAMILY - 5th grade. We are located at 16088 DAY • The NAACP Culpeper Rogers Road, behind Brusters Icecream. Branch #7058, also representing Small groups also meet throughout the Madison and Rappahannock week. 540-727-0297 Counties, will host its 2019 Youth Summer Jam, Friends & Family Day from noon to 3 pm at Yowell Meadow Park in Culpeper. The annual celebration will include a cookout, FARMERS MARKET • Culpeper musical entertainment, games, prizes, Medical Center, a Novant Health and information on joining the NAACP. UVA Health System facility, will Yowell Meadow Park is located at 522 host a community farmers market N. Blue Ridge Avenue in Culpeper. featuring produce and goods from Special guests include Greg Stroman, local vendors every Wednesday Jr., cornerback for the Washington from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning Redskins. Prior to playing as a rookie May 8 and running through for the Redskins in 2018, Stroman October. played for Virginia Tech, where he was a first-team All ACC player and CHURCH • Beulah Baptist graduated with a degree in Consumer Church, 9297 Eggbornsville Road, Studies. The event is free and open to Culpeper hosts a call-in Bible all NAACP members and their friends study every Wednesday from 7:30- and families. Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the oldest and largest civil 8:00 p.m. Free Dial-in 302/2021118; access code 862090. For more rights organization in the nation. The organization’s mission is to ensure information, email bbc9297@ the political, educational, social, and gmail.com. economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. For more information, visit naacpculpeper.com.

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Greg Stroman Jr., cornerback for the Washington Redskins, will be part of the NAACP Youth Summer Jam, Friends & Family Day June 29 at Yowell Meadow Park.

CLEAN UP DAY • Bring your own heavy duty gloves, clippers and loppers to Rappahannock County Park, 7 Park Lane, from 9 a.m to noon.

JUNE 23 UUBRIDGE SERVICE •

Unitarian Universalists of the Blue Ridge services at Hearthstone School, 11576 Lee Hwy, Sperryville, at 10:30 a.m. presents “Slavery: A Legacy that Lingers” with Madlyn Bynum. Race is a myth—a social construct without biological meaning— but it was necessary for establishing and maintaining the institution of slavery. Author, Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of “Between the World and Me,” asserts that the history of this country is the story of people who consider themselves to be members of the white “race,” exercising control over the bodies of those whom they consider to be members of the black “race.” A friend relates a well-intentioned experience that later lead him to regard himself as complicit with this bitter legacy. All are welcome. For more information, email Ellen Adams adamsell@gmail.com

JUNE 27

AMISSVILLE FIREMEN’S PARADE DEMOCRATIC FLOAT • March with the

Rappahannock Democrats and candidates Laura Galante and April Moore! The first 25 marchers will have dinner on us! Meet up at 5:45 p.m. along the parade route on Rt. 211 between Rt. 729 and the Carnival. The parade steps off at 6:45 p.m. Let’s keep the Blue Wave rolling! Questions? See www. RappDems.org, email chair@ rappdems.org or call (540) 9878912.

JUNE 28-30 3RD WOMEN’S SUMMIT •

Women are shaping Virginia in

their local communities and with the outcome of the November election. Learn about effective political leadership at the 3rd Women’s Summit, which will take place at the Tysons McLean Hilton, 7920 Jones Branch Drive, McLean: Politics to public safety, education to racial and social justice, the environment to rural economies such as here in Rappahannock County. Highlights include 150 speakers, 50 workshops, over 75 election Virginia and federal officials, all over 3 days on 3 stages. Complete schedule: https:// networknova.org/

JUNE 29

HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DAY • From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Farmer’s Co-op, Route 211 between Washington and Sperryville, Rappahannock County residents can dispose of the following hazardous items: Oil based paints and thinners; pesticides, herbicides, fungicides & insecticides; old gasoline/fuels; furniture strippers & finishing products & hobby chemicals; solvents & degreasers; oven & drain cleaners; metal polishers & rust removers; mildew removers; swimming pool chemicals; household cleaners (allpurpose, rug & bathroom); mothballs; household batteries & smoke detectors; fluorescent lamps; small propane tanks (camping size only).

JULY 2

COMMUNITY PRAYER • Amissville Community Prayer at Payne's Auction Gallery, 10 Maddox Lane, Amissville, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Prayer is fundamental, not supplemental.

Please consider taking time to pray together for our families, neighbors, volunteers, churches, troubles, government, soldiers, and yes our enemies. Everyone is welcome. Feel free to join us every first Tuesday. For more information, call 540-923-0077.

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JULY 4

James Madison’s Montpelier is location for Nature Exploration, Mushrooms and Other Forest Floor Dwellers, 10 a.m.-Noon. Join Old Rag Master Naturalists and other experts as they share their topical knowledge and provide a small group experience. The walk may involve some moderate hills and is suitable for elementary age children and up. $10/ person. Meet at the Montpelier Visitor Center. For more information or to register: http://www.montpelier.org/ events. In case of inclement weather, call (540) 672-2728, ext. 141 or 252.

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION

• The annual tradition benefits the Sperryville Volunteer Fire Department at Ben Venue Farm, 98 Ben Venue Rd. Flint Hill. Gates will open at 1 p.m.; fireworks at dusk. General admission $25 per vehicle; tailgate $50 per vehicle. More information, call 540-987-8124.

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY FIREWORKS DEMOCRATIC TENT • Be our guests for fun

and snacks at the Rappahannock Democratic Tent at Ben Venue Farm, 98 Ben Venue Rd, Flint Hill VA. Around 3 p.m., chat with candidates Laura Galante (House of Delegates 18th District) and April Moore (Senate 16th District). See you there! Questions: See www.RappDems.org, email chair@rappdems.org or call 540987-8912.

JULY 6

FESTIVAL • The third annual 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.

NATURE EXPLORATION •

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MONROE • Your Obedient

Servant: James Monroe’s 1819 Presi-dential Tour of the Southern States. At The James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage Elected to the presidency in 1817, James Monroe toured the country on three consecutive years during his first term. A supporter of national unity and political conciliation, Monroe reached out to the South in 1819 with an agenda reflective of national interests including defense works, frontier settlements, Indian affairs, and education. 3 p.m. Monroe & Madison A Presidential Friendship Jarod Kearney, Assistant Director and Curator of the James Monroe Museum will speak about the unique relationship between two Virginia Presidents James Madison and James Monroe.


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About 16 For the Raise yourpast hand months ago, I several weeks, if you enjoy car whined, cried, the Yard Sale shopping? moaned, begged Queen has been OK, I will raise putting on her and groveled at the mine. dance moves in feet of my sweetie, Several months thethe form of Sale a The Yard Sale ago, Yard Happy Dance. Queen.and YouIknow, Queen spent Spring, with generally acting several weekends its warming like a man. driving around car temperatures, She works lots looking forlots a not only small, economical of hours soturns that everything green SUV to replace the retired me can continue to live inthe but also signals the beginning 2008 Ford Escape that was become getting the lifestyle to which I have of (drum roll, please) yard salecare some age on it. It was well taken accustomed. And for that my Queen, I season. of, but you the miles were from all thank so much. Butshowing I was missing The Yard Sale Queen has a those trips to Charlottesville for UVa. something. broad smile on her face and a joysporting events. After we had to put our She beloved ousWe bounce in her step. longs tried visiting closed car lots on 13-year-old Yorkie named Zoey to sleep for this time of year. It simply Sunday so you can actually get out of in September 2017, I missed theyard daily doesn’t better than your car get andany leisurely walk around, companionship a fur buddy offers. sales for her. look inside and suffer sticker shock. those of us who don’t get So secretly, I searched internet ButFor some car dealers arethe getting excited about yard sales, Spring for a Yorkie breeder. After several smarter or perhaps greedier, opening simply means timeand to phone cut grass, months of searching calls, seven days a week. sneezing, watery eyes, sore throats The Yard Sale Queen and I brought I am sure all of us have had that and manifestations of allerhomeother aexperience 12-week-old, bundle of joyous of 2-pound being swarmed by gies. fur and named her Riley. a salesman flying out of the showroom to Ithe Queen Iminute knew wasYard infoot forSale a challenge. theBut your hits the ground. Spring it means there are to You almost like road kill, deals with the Yorkies are feel notoriously difficult be had. vultures waiting to pick your to housebreak, according to mybones, or The last few Saturdays, the at least your wallet. veterinarian. 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She is afraid without brought a level of maturity and The based Yard Sale Queen perspective and her reason on historical carload were on a mission. Another to the Confederate Flag discussion family member was moving to a of seldom seen today given the clutter new house. They needed all kinds LETTER TO THE EDITOR nonsense surrounding the issue. of furniture. The Yard Sale Queen scored a huge deal - five beds, box springs, mattresses and a like-new recliner for Iabout $72. Holy was suprised thatcow! Rep. Abigail Tell me she can’t spot a5 deal. Spanberger voted on March for an She bought a stunning white amendment by Rep. Ayanna Pressley dress at a yard sale. To say that to reduce the voting age in federal election from 18 to 16. She and Don Beyer were the only members of Virginia's 11 person delegation to vote

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Meanwhile, listenedthe to the Abigail needs toI answer vehicle purchases. radio and read newspapers. following questions on this issue: I thank Representative Spanberger 1. Do you favor restoring the in advance for answering these military draft and drafting 16 yearquestions. Wally Bunker is a freelance contributor olds? She is very intelligent and surely with the Culpeper Times. You may 2. Should the legal age for has sound information and reasoning reach him at wallybunker@outlook.com drinking alcohol be be reduced from for this vote. 21 to 16? 3. Should 16 year-olds be allowed Kurt Christensen to enter into legal contracts for such Richardsville

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Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary celebrated for contributions ➤ Auxiliary honored for helping with renovations to hospital's dining room By Kimberly Stewart Special to the Culpeper Times On June 12 the Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary was honored for their generous donation to the Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center dining facility renovation project. After Culpeper Medical Center president Jeff Hetmanski welcomed staff and Auxiliary, the hospital's assistant director of food services, Aaron Bostian, presented the Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary past president, Betty Burns, with a dedication plaque. Ms. Burns was selected to represent the Auxiliary because in addition to being Auxiliary chair at the start of the project, she was an integral member of the planning committee. At the dedication celebration,

she passionately conveyed their appreciation for the recognition. "The Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary thanks you for honoring us with this plaque. Thank you for acknowledging our financial contribution to the renovation of the serving area of the cafeteria... and thank you for allowing the Auxiliary to be part of that planning process." She also expressed admiration of the Culpeper Medical Center food services team providing full meal service during the construction phase. Improvements include cafeteria style serveries for hot and cold items, new fryers and grill, an efficient point of sale system, updated décor, and Betty's favorite feature - phone charging stations in the seating area. The added services and menu selections have been well received. Betty remarked that it's truly a community benefit. "The cafeteria is a huge asset to the community. I had one couple tell me they meet friends for date night at Senior Supper." Culpeper Medical Center's Thursday Senior Suppers are very popular. Ages 55 and up can enjoy dinner

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Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center Assistant Director Food Services Aaron Bostian presenting the dedication plaque to Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary Past President Betty Burns. from 4-6pm for $5. Food services director Aaron Bostian noted that it is certainly a team effort and closed by again thanking the Auxiliary, “The renovation funded by the Culpeper Hospital Auxiliary has been a dramatic and welcome update to

our food service operations, and today’s dedication reminds me personally how connected I feel to our community through the work we do.” The plaque is now proudly displayed in the dining room, commemorating the dedication.

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By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Martin’s Direct has come to Culpeper. Martin’s Grocery hosted a ribbon cutting Monday afternoon, welcoming the new service to the community. “With this new service, our customers will have a more convenient and innovative way to shop,” said Kevin Canard, store manager. “Martin’s Direct will offer customers the same trusted value and quality they have come to expect from Martin’s, offered within a simple and easy to use digital experience.” This new strategic e-commerce addition to the MARTIN’S family of brands provides same-day pickup service, where online orders are carefully selected within the store and delivered directly to customer vehicles pulled up outside. To place an order with Martin’s Direct, customers can use any device to visit the Martin’s Food Stores website, the Peapod website, or the Peapod app, enter their zip code and begin shopping.

Before checking out, they’ll be asked to select when they would like to pickup their order. “People can order their groceries online and we’ll deliver their groceries out to their car,” Canard said. “There’s also an option where they can call Lyft and have it delivered to them as well.” Canard said the store hired 15 new employees to be part of the click and collect program and that during a soft launch last week they had 13 orders. Almost every item is available now, with beer and wine expected to be added to the list at the end of July. “We really like for us, with our fresh foods, it’s going to be an advantage to us that our competitors don’t have,” Canard said. “We do audits on every order that comes through.” Canard said customers can have an item substituted if it’s not available but said the store would call to ask first to get approval. “This is a whole new venture for us,” Canard said. “This is something we’ve talked about as a company for years.”


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CRIME SOLVERS Culpeper County Sheriff's Office: June 12-18 Following are the county police reports from June 12-18. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charge place by the CCSO. Matthew Wayne Blevins Age: 31, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-10/150 Hair/Eye: Brown/Brown Last known: 12001 Saint Just Rd., Unionville, Va. Wanted for: Revocation of Pretrial.

Teresa Lynn Brown Age: 42, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-1/160 Hair/Eye: Brown/Hazel Last known: 434 Covington St., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Larceny or Theft -3rd or Subsq. Offense.

June 12 Anthony Derrick Jenkins,34, 10000 block Lees Mill Road, Warrenton, contempt of court, General District Court June 13 Jason Lee Mullins,42, 6000 block Waterford Road, Rixeyville, no driver's license, eluding police endanger persons or police car, DWI, second offense within five years Kristen Jean McPeak, 23, 17000 block Black Oak Drive, Brandy Station, assault and battery - family member Wesley D. Parker Jr., 31, 18000 block Owen St., Boykins, driving after forfeiture of license

June 14 Gary Elroy Mays Sr., 100 block Depo St., Amherst, aggravted sexual battery June 15 Jaley Marie Jobe, 19, 1000 block Burwell Road, Noakesville, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance Ronta Jesse Robinson, 36, 100 block W. Edmondson St., Culpeper, driving with suspended or revoked license June 16 Philip Tierre Saunders, 40, 20000 block Williams Drive, Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol April Nicole Corsaro, 35, 8000 block Windswept Lane, Culpeper, assault and battery June 17 Eric Alexander Coram,44, 1600 block Harrier Lane, Culpeper, sale,

distribute marijuana Clide Nebraska Fisher, 59, 100 block Duke St., Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol Jason Lee Mullins, 42, 6000 block Waterford Road, Rixeyville, violate condition of release June 18 Dontay Deans, 27, 10000 block Dunkard Church Road, Rixeyville, possession of marijuana, driving under the influence of alcohol Jeremy Burnett Adams, 34, 11000 block Rotherwood Drive, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Ariana Rashei Wallace, 26, 200 block Kings Mill Court, Fredericksburg, possession of controlled substances, prisoner make, procure, possess unlawful chemical compound Kristen Taylor Martin, 24, 600 block Bridlewood Drive, Culpeper, obtaining money by false pretenses

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Ashlie Lauren Frazier AKA: Ashlie Lauren Butler Age: 33, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-2/142 Hair/Eye: Brown/Blue Last known: 16401 Wayland Rd., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Probation Violation on Felony Charge.

Leanna Brooke Hensley Age: 21, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-3/130 Hair/Eye: Black/Green Last known: 2100 Cypress Dr., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Sentence to Community Based Corrections and Driving w/ Suspended or Revoked License. Warrants current as of June 19

Following are the police reports from June 10-16. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. June 10 Traci Michelle Lane, 46, 10000 block Hidden Lake Lane, Rixeyville, credit card forgery (four counts), credit card theft Chandler Thomas Wilson, 18, 200 block Deal Drive, Portsmouth, possession of marijuana

June 13 Elias Moises Samayoa, 18, 300 block Layfayette Drive, Culpeper, revocation of pretrial Jason Allen Hulverson, 41, 1100 block Oakmont Court, Culepper, assault and battery - family member William Jacob Ceuvas, 29, 300 block Snyder Lane, Culpeper, assault and battery Jamie Teresa Nichols, 35, 500 blok W. Scanlon St., Culpeper, assault and battery family member

June 14 June 11 Russell Thomas Payne, 36, 11000 William Floyd Smith Jr., 50, 700 blcok Blackwell Town Road, Midland, block Blackjack St., Culpeper, shoplift, alter accident, driver not report with death/ price, conceal good injury/damage, driving with suspended or Malik Shaeed Thompson, 23, revoked license 100 block Hefferson Ave., Locust Grove, Jason Allen Hulverson, 41, 1100 concealment, price alter merchandise block Oakmont Court, Culpeper, violate protective orders June 12 Michelle Rivera-Rodriguez, 36, Alayna Leshie Miller, 33, 900 block 1300 block Old Fredericksburg Road, Old Denny St., Richmond, embezzlement, Culpeper, grand larceny, stolen goods: conspiracy to commit felony buy/receive, larceny, obtaining money by false pretenses (two counts), driving after forfeiture of license

Billie Jo Posey, 42, 900 block Meander Run Road, Locust Dale, possession of marijuana June 15 Driew Kendall Austin, 27, 2200 block Forsythia Drive, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Shawn Kelly Alexander, 56, 1500 block Carlton Ave., Charlottesville, drunk in public, profane language Ernest Eugene Kilburn, 38, Diamond Road, Troy, possession of marijuana June 16 Yvonna Evette Hackley, 47, 400 block E. Chandler St., Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol Angel Gabriel Licona Escota, 21, 1500 block Harrier Lane, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Philip Scott Johnson, 28, 600 block Overlook St., Culpeper, assault and battery Jose Carlos Loayza, 28, 800 block S. Main St., Culpeper, possession of marijuana


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Weekly Tarotscope - June 20 Ace of Swords, the Chariot And we have a breakthrough! Last week’s Cara Cutro message was rough. Here are the rewards for facing our fears and challenges by allowing the process to work itself out. The Ace of Swords is a new beginning, one that brings great clarity, purpose, and victory. We have reached a point of being connected to the mind in a way that is purpose driven and clear. The Ace of Swords is the Sword of truth. We are cutting away what no longer serves us, we are releasing limiting beliefs by boldly stepping into the confidence that this card provides. The Chariot is all about moving forward boldly and confidently. We

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

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