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LOCAL NEWS Kelsey's Big Give slated for Saturday at Culpeper UMC By Jeff Say

Culpeper Times Staff Writer As pastor of Culpeper United Methodist Church, Randy Orndorff was used to Virginia State Police coming to his house with bad news about something that happened to one of his congregation. However, on Aug. 31, 2007, that visit was for him. He opened the door, not realizing the news he was about to be delivered would shatter his world. His wife, Leanne, and his sons, immediately knew by the look on the troopers’ face. His daughter Kelsey was gone. It’s been 11 years since his middle child was killed in a car wreck on the Friday of Labor Day weekend along Route 3 - on her way to Fredericksburg for a Christian concert.

Her memory, her passion and her mission still live on in Kelsey’s Big Give, starting this Saturday at Culpeper UMC at 7 a.m. The now 10th annual Big Give is the church’s way of remembering her spirit and her heart for helping others. This year 170 volunteers will work on 25 projects in Culpeper, ranging from painting handicap accessible ramps, doing work at the Culpeper Senior Center, doing yard work for those who are unable and working at the church. They’ll also continue work on removing bamboo from a yard along East Street, a project they started last year. There’s a level of project for everyone, Orndorff said, pointing out children can help tidy up the playground at the church. Starting volunteers young is at the heart of the Big Give, because Kelsey’s mission trips began when

she was still in elementary school. Her father remembers she went to Four Corners twice, went to work on an Indian reservation in South Dakota, volunteered locally and with Impact the Valley and was one of the first people deployed from Culpeper UMC when Hurricane Katrina hit Gulfport, Miss. “She always had a heart to reach out and help people who were definitely less fortunate,” Orndorff said. “I don’t how she did it, the projects she worked on.” In fact, some of the last weeks of her life were spent helping others. Admitting he doesn’t talk about this much, Orndorff recalled a family vacation to Gatlinburg, Tenn. that they took right before Kelsey died. Their oldest son Josh was volunteering with a group called Team Effort in the area and the family was nearby.

Kelsey didn’t spend any time with her parents on vacation, instead she spent the whole week with her brother helping with Team Effort. She was so dedicated, she convinced her parents to let her stay - eventually coming home on a Greyhound bus. “That’s just what she liked to do,” Orndorff said. Kelsey’s Big Give is a way to continue that mission, but it’s also a way to keep part of Kelsey alive. Orndorff said a day doesn’t go by that he doesn’t think of his daughter. Her photo adorns the front of his phone and Orndorff has a collage of photos of other children that have died young with Kelsey taking up the center spot. “I think this is a way that keeps her spirit alive,” he said. That mentality, that spirit is encapsulated in the project’s ➤ See Give, Page 3

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Anniversary of Battle of Cedar Mountain set for Aug. 9 By Ashleigh Christopher Culpeper Times Intern

Aug. 9 marks the 156th anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Mountain, the bloodiest battle to date in Culpeper County. To commemorate it, the Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield is hosting the annual Living History Weekend event on August 11 and 12. The Battle of Cedar Mountain had a very significant impact on Culpeper history, according to Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield president Diane Logan. “The battle was one of the earlier battles during the war,” said Logan. “It was during this time that the civilians actually realized that war was on their doorsteps. There were a lot of civilian casualties here. Homes were destroyed in this area around the battlefield, and there are a lot of civilian stories related to this battle.” This year is the sixth year the Friends of Cedar Mountain Battle-

➤ Give, from Page 2 motto of “Passion for Christ, Passion for others.” That motto comes from the sermon Kelsey was to give the Sunday of the weekend she was killed. It was her way of life, to put others first and to find ways to help them. Even in death, her mission remains. “The last words I had with her before she left, she was volunteering for the Free Clinic and I had just seen a lady at the hospital who was telling me what a great

field will host the Living History event. According to Logan, part of what makes the event so successful is the living historians that work the event. “We make sure that we have the best quality living historians we could possibly find, and I’m very glad to say that we do,” said Logan. “These people are very much involved in not only knowing the proper equipment to bring and the uniforms that would have been worn, but they study the battle itself, and they know the events that happened on this field. They will be portraying units that were actually here.” The Cedar Mountain Battlefield, along with the Brandy Station Battlefield, is being considered as an addition to the Virginia State Park system. “We do hope that Cedar Mountain Battlefield and Brandy Station Battlefield will become part of the Virginia State Park system,” Logan

said. “We continue working with our state legislature, and we have lots of support on the state level and certainly with the community around Culpeper. This will not only impact Culpeper but Madison and Orange. Civil War Trust continues to work with the state and we hope that it will come to fruition in the next year or two.” The event will take place at the battlefield along long James Madison Highway/Route 15 south of Cul-

peper at 9465 General Winder Road. Festivities will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday, and parking is available. “[The battle] is part of Culpeper’s history, and Culpeper’s history is what makes it so unique,” Logan said. “This had a huge impact of the civilians of that day and knowing your history I think instills pride in the community whether you are born and raised in Culpeper or, like me, you’ve moved here from another state.”

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so with Kelsey’s Big Give. “I have heard those things happen in different ways in different churches, that people go through these things and people don’t know how to deal with it,” Orndorff said. “That wasn’t this church. This church stepped up and did amazing things in helping us. Not only the church, the staff, the district superintendent.” That’s how the church ended up with Pastor Norma Jean Fellows and soon the Stephen Ministry at the church followed - a ministry that helps people cope through

that type of crisis. Orndorff said that experience has helped him relate to others who face similar tragedies. “You go through other losses in your life, you lose your grandparents or that type of thing so you have an idea of what grief is,” he said. “But you go through something like that, your empathy level with people just goes off the scale. You really have been there and experienced what that pain is.” For more information to sign up to volunteer for the Big Give, email splaster1@yahoo.com.

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It's not easy being cheesy By Jeff Say

Culpeper Times Staff Writer Jeffery Mitchell was the big cheese in Pittsburgh last week. The head sales lead for the American Cheese Festival’s annual cheese sale, Mitchell oversaw the preparation of 10,000 pounds of gouda, cheddar, provolone and more - all to be sold off to hungry cheese enthusiasts at the festival’s culmination on July 28. Mitchell presided over an average of 16 volunteers as they worked all day Wednesday and Thursday, getting the cheese ready for the annual cheese sale. The cheese, brought in by cheesemakers from all over the country, was judged and then is broken down into pound or two pound chunks to be sold to support the American Cheese Education Foundation. All 10,000 pounds sold. Standing in a tractor trailer cooler filled to the brim with cheese, Mitchell had a “cheesy” grin on his face as he pointed to rare and delectable selections.

“Think of this as you would a library,” Mitchell said. “You’re going to take a book out, in this case it’s cheese, the cheese is coded and the numbers have to match. It’s almost like surgery, all the parts that come in have to have their stickers and match on their way out.” Assisted by cheesemongers, retailers, distributors and simply cheese enthusiasts, Mitchell jumped from station to station, checking out what his workers were doing - chipping in where needed and helping direct traffic along the way. Mitchell and the volunteers broke down 40 pound blocks of cheese, cutting them into different sizes for usable portions. “It’s a process to get through, we’re grateful team yesterday set us up so well,” Mitchell said. Mitchell logged eight hours on Tuesday, 14 on Wednesday and started work on at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday before finishing up around 3:30 p.m. As he walked out of the basement of the David A. Lawrence Convention center, he

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➤ Cheese, from Page 4 That was the take away from the convention, cheese people are a friendly bunch. Quick with a suggestion, or a joke, the cheese enthusiasts seemed to all be on the same page of promoting American dairy. “Cheese people are generous, happy people,” Mitchell said. “They’re very supportive at levels. The people working down here yesterday were titans of the industry.” The convention center teemed with what Mitchell called “cheese rock stars.” Lilith Spencer talked about her experiences, Mateo Kehler shared his philosophy, American Cheese Society President John Antonelli and his wife Kendall talked about their social media strategy, while Janet Fletcher signed her book upstairs. “It’s neat to see them giving back,” Mitchell said. “They’re here, they’re on the floor and you’re talking to them. You’re working with them.” For volunteers like Julia Mirek, this was an experience of a lifetime. The Pittsburgh chef and consultant found out about the convention through the volunteer coordinator and then discovered there was a scholarship program for chefs. She quickly jumped at the chance and was entertaining Mitchell and his team with cheese jokes Thursday afternoon.

“What did the cheese say to itself in the mirror? Haloumi.” Mirek let out a lyrical laugh, “What cheese do you use to get a bear down from a tree? Camambere.” She beamed as she opened a case of cheese, the Humboldt Fog from Cyprus Grove. “I have not worked with this amount of cheese and it was really exciting to unpack some of the cases of my favorites,” Mirek said. Mia Jones, from Maryland, was one of 70 Whole Foods employees who came out to volunteer and take in the convention. “It’s a great opportunity for knowledge,” Jones said. “It’s a wonderful education experience and we are all about supporting artisanal cheese across the world but especially in America.” What about cheese causes people to flock to the ACS convention every year? “It’s delicious, it makes you feel good when you eat it,” Jones said. ‘It’s just a great food experience.” Eric Rector, of Monroe Cheese Studio in Monroe, Maine, said he loves to come and talk with fellow cheesemakers. “For me, as a cheesemaker it’s new ideas,” Rector said. “Distributors or retailers are looking for new options, people all come for different reasons. "It’s really great food, it’s a great

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food experience with the experts guiding us.” Opening in 2006, Monroe Cheese Studio has seen the artisanal cheese community in America grow in just 12 years. “It’s just grown explosively,” Rector said. “Of course it’s been for the better because more people have access to high quality American made cheese. More American cheese makers are learning more and high quality techniques for making safe cheeses.” Convention goers shared recipes, beer and wine combinations and more. It was that camaraderie that drew Mitchell back to the convention this year. “Most of us work in an environment where we are cross selling, where we are selling cheese but also wine and beer,” Mitchell said. “Sampling product you find that cheesemongers become in the best sense, picky. They are looking for a certain taste and taste combinations.” Mitchell, owner of the Culpeper Cheese Company, said that it was an honor to sit and talk to Kehler of Jasper Hill and other cheese makers. “He sat at a table of cheesemongers and told us what they, in 15 years, they had achieved at Jasper Hill and then he turned around and pointed to all of us and said ‘you’re the ones making that happen,” Mitchell said.

Moments like that were common at the convention, and Mitchell said he was equally handing out advice while soaking in the experiences of his peers. “I think the neat part for me is that one point you are a mentor and the next you are a mentee,” Mitchell said. “Each of us know something and being able to share what you know while at the same time being able to pick up something different. That will happen all throughout the conference.” The Culpeper Cheese Company closed its doors in December of 2017, but Mitchell said it won’t be long before they open at a new location and he said there’s a likelihood they open a second location in an adjoining area before they even open in Culpeper. “I can’t wait, I miss people,” Mitchell said. “We are in lease negotiations, there are some ADA issues we need to mitigate. That’s where we are at right now. I’d like to be within 90 days.” When they do reopen, he’ll be ready to share some of the cheeses he discovered at the convention and prepare visitors for next year’s ACS festival - which will be even closer to home. Next year the ACS will host the festival July 31-Aug. 3 in Richmond. For Mitchell, that’s all “gouda.”

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“I worked at a grocery store for six years,” I explained. “I had to know how to do everything, I’ve spent my fair share of time in the deli.” Down the line, another Whole Foods employee cut the cheese, it was shuffled down to me and I wrapped it. Beside me, Jim Stange, of Pittsburgh, put the coded sticker on the cheese so the public could figure out where it came from. Jim and his wife Sandy weren’t cheesemongers or makers - they were just newly crowned cheese enthusiasts. They had attended a cheese tasting at a pizza shop that was closed on Mondays, but opened one evening for a tasting. They loved it and quickly signed up to volunteer for convention in their hometown. “This is just a lot of fun,” Jim said to me, as we talked Pirates baseball for well over an hour, filling up a tray of cheese while we chatted. Our job finished, the tray was wheeled off and more came. Inside a refrigerated tractor trailer cooler sat 24 more racks ready to be prepared. By 4 p.m. Thursday, they were all done and ready for the cheese sale. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to stick around for the whole three-day conference, but the picture I got in my email from Mitchell told the story. There sat the cheeses, many of which I worked on, on a long series of tables. Within an hour and a half, only a handful of cheese remained. In the end, they sold out. Ten thousand pounds of cheese - gone. That’s a lot of fondue. Next year, I’ll be back to continue to follow the cheese family - I guess call me a groupie. In 2019, they’ll be in Richmond July 31-Aug. 3. Check it out, it’s a cheesy time and you’ll love it.

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Fewer butterflies for this year’s count? Just when the weather seemed to be improving for butterflies, rain set in the day of Rappahannock County’s annual butterfly count, so what will that mean for the results? Anecdotal reports of fewer than normal butterflies being sighted have been coming in since spring, matching my own observations. Heavy spring rains were probably a big factor. Butterflies are not built to fly in rainy, cold or windy weather, all of which occurred this year and last year. Finally, a short stretch of hot, dry weather in July gave hope that butterfly numbers would tick up, and they did a bit where I live. The week before our local count, the number of eastern tiger and spicebush swallowtails were still low on the blooming meadow phlox in one tiny garden that normally attracts up to a dozen. Living on a property that is mostly forest, I usually see lots of these two swallowtails, whose host plants are trees and shrubs. Few meadow butterflies usually show up and, if so, don’t stay for long, despite my landlords and I planting patches of native meadow plants around the property. Rappahannock’s local count — officially the Little WashingtonRappahannock County Butterfly Count — is one of many counts held throughout the United States this time of year as part of the annual Fourth of July count of the North American Butterfly Association (NABA). I don’t take part in any more but do keep an eye on butterflies and analyze and report in this column the results in this column, which are sent to me by Old Rag Master Naturalists (ORMN), the Virginia Master Naturalist chapter that founded and manages the count. This year’s Rappahannock count was held July 21. The day before, six swallowtails showed up on the phlox in the same garden, which is about the average this time of year. Some years, as many as a dozen will be nectaring at the same time, especially late in the summer, but other years there are only a few. I was starting to think the weather would not depress count numbers. Last year butterflies were also slow to show up, but count results were good. What also gave hope for a normal count were the results of another NABA count, at Island Ford, in Elkton, Virginia. Held this year on June 28,

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this count is smaller in terms of the number of counters and areas counted. Early counts also don’t usually result in as high a number of individual butterflies than counts held later in the summer, like Rappahannock’s, but can be a harbinger when compared to past years’ results for those counts. In a recent email, Mike Smith, the leader of the Island Ford count, reported that it was “successful.” The number of individual butterflies, 735, showed a vast improvement from the previous year, when only 410 were reported, which had been a “new low,” Smith said. Unfortunately, late Friday night the rain returned and was forecast to stay for a few days. The next morning, around the time the count was to begin, the rain quit for a while where I live, and the sun broke through the clouds briefly. A few swallowtails came to the phlox, but then the rain returned, the wind picked up and the temperature fell to around 70 degrees — suboptimal conditions for butterflies to be active. The butterflies disappeared again, likely taking cover in the forest nearby. On the day after our count, I had coffee with Robin Williams, one of the count’s founders and a team leader. She said that, judging by the areas her team covered, the total number of butterflies is likely to be low, perhaps less than a thousand. Complicating the total, one team, led by a butterfly expert from outside the county did not show because of the weather, so one naturalized site that normally produces good numbers was also not counted this year, she added. This will reduce the overall numbers, so I’ll be looking more closely at areas that were counted, checking that against the average for those sites. It takes time for the volunteer leaders of our count to check and compile the data, so I usually don’t get the results until fall. Once I have them, I’ll compare them to previous years and to data shared with me by other counts in our area to see how the rainy weather may have affected our count. Whatever the results, we are likely to see more butterflies later in the summer if we get drier weather. More than one generation of many species of butterflies are produced during the breeding season, so a boomlet may occur in the later generations, as it apparently did here last year. © 2018 Pam Owen Pam Owen is a writer, editor, photographer, and passionate nature conservationist living in Rappahannock County, in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. You may reach her at nighthawkcomm@gmail.com

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CHURCH An 'aging' opportunity Every eight seconds. Today in America someone is turning sixtyfive years of age every eight seconds. This equals into more than 10,000 people daily as this trend will continue over the next 30+ years. By 2030, one out of every five Virginians will be at that age threshold. A majority of people moving into Culpeper today are fifty or better. Our community was just recognized as a fast-growing retirement area. The “age wave” is coming ashore, but what does this really mean? Some may believe that aging is bad, as it means we’re getting older, sicker, and less productive in our living. While there are certainly both physical and psychological changes which occur in the aging

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process, there are also a plethora of benefits to becoming older. The opportunity of time. The opportunity to try new things. The opportunity of learning. The opportunity of becoming politically active. The opportunity of forging new relationships. The opportunity to work. And the opportunity to serve. While every person ages differently, becoming mature does not prevent us from living life to the fullest. And that’s exactly God’s view. In Holy Scripture we read how God promises to take care of and use us for his purposes as we become older. In Isaiah 46:4 it is written, “even to your old age I am he, and to gray hairs I will carry you. I have made, I will bear; I will carry and will save.” The concept that the Lord using us to share his “Good News” to future generations is seen as the psalmist cries out in Psalm 72:18, “So even to old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake

me, until I proclaim your might to another generation, your power to all those to come.” And in II Samuel we’re told about an aged man named Barzillai. Barzillai served King David as David’s son, Absalom, was trying to wrestle the kingdom away from his father. Are you interested in learning more about God’s plan for us as we grow older? I have just written a free bible study called “Scriptural Retirement-Serving and Sharing Jesus.” It can be downloaded on the Internet at https://bit.ly/2vtBAYS Culpeper is a great place to age! Outside of the recreational, educational, cultural and medical infrastructure that is available there are other resources that will also assist us as we get older. Do we need help with Medicaid/ Medicare? Do we desire access to transportation? Do we seek Meals on Wheels or other nutrition programs? Do we have an urgency for other senior services? Please

call 540-825-3100. This is the one-stop phone number to the Community Services Board-The Area Agency on Aging. Do you suspect any kind of elder abuse or concerned about an older neighbor? Please call 540-727-0372. This will connect you to the Culpeper Human Services-Adult Protective Services. Are you interested in networking with other senior providers or would like to plan activities like the Senior Prom, the Aging Expo and other events? Please call Aging Together at 540-829-6405. Do you wish to be a part of a weekly senior group that meets at the Culpeper County Library on Wednesday’s from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.? Consider joining The Silver Citizens Club sponsored by the Culpeper County Parks and Recreation. For more information call 540-727-3412. Many churches in the area also provide programs and ministry to older adults. Realizing that many of our older ➤ See Hales, Page 11

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residents desire to keep living in their homes if there were supports available, members of the faith, governmental, social service and business community have come together to form a task force group called, “Culpeper Livable Aging Community” (C.L.A.C). The purpose of this group is to look for ways to help people to “age in place.” For more information, please call 540270-1026. Aging is alive and well in Culpeper, Virginia! But as a community we’re not looking at getting older as just the final stage of a person’s life. We see it as a wonderful opportunity to grow, experience, learn and serve. The process of aging cannot be altered or stopped. However, in our mature years, we can ceratinly live life to the fullest and make a positive impact upon the generations to come.

As fate would have it, the weather forecast for the Williamsburg area was looking more than just dicey: eighty percent chance of rain and a flash flood watch until 8 PM Wednesday night. I was faced with what I thought was a no-win situation. Do I disappoint now and postpone the trip, or do I take her and get stranded somewhere in flooded waters after spending hours getting soaking wet. What to do? After consulting her mom and the older sister, I decided to be upfront and asked her to not give up. I advised her of the situation and told her that Friday was looking good. The amazing child said, “OK.” We shared a delightful spend-the-night-withMema and had some fun as well on Wednesday. Not wanting to miss an opportunity to indoctrinate my own flesh and blood with an interest in history, I called a friend and got permission for a visit to a very old historic house. We then headed back to Culpeper for a sandwich to go from Tom’s and off to Yowell Meadow Park for a picnic. Topped off the afternoon with a walk around the trail identifying trees by their leaves and bark. Friday continued to look good

Brad Hales is the pastor of Reformation Lutheran Church, Culpeper, Virginia. As an ordained minister of the North American Lutheran Church for over 23 years, Hales is also an appointed member of the Culpeper Human Services Board. He is married with two children. Hales can be contacted at pastorhales@hotmail.com.

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at least as far as the prediction of precipitation, but now I had a warning light on my car that was not to be messed with. No time to have it checked out. The only sound choice was to take the pickup truck despite its relentless thirst for gasoline! We struck out on our journey early Friday morning and arrived at the Jamestown Settlement by 10:30 AM. We climbed aboard all three ships, walked the Native Village and explored the replicated Fort James. The next stop was Jamestown proper taking in Old Town at the site of the original fort and New Town. It was blistering hot and the humidity had to be 125 percent. In between the Old and New, we surrendered the desire to cram as much as possible into the day and paused for lunch. Despite what I said about the weather we sat at a picnic table outside watching the automobile ferry cross the James River. By the time we walked through the fort and to the far end of New Town to see the “Angela” site, we were dragging. My nine-year-old granddaughter looked up at me and said, “Mema, I feel like a wet towelette.” My spirits were lifted, and my energy renewed by her wit and attitude. We made it back to the truck,

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stop to witness the artisan blow a blob of molten glass into a beautiful blue wine bottle and off we went to Colonial Williamsburg. A carriage ride seemed the perfect answer to the weary travelers from Culpeper followed by a review of the Fife and Drum Corps. We could not depart without a photo in the stocks and the purchase of goodies for the family from the Wythe Candy store. A very special day for the memory book! Until next week, be well. Zann Nelson is a researcher specializing in historical investigations, public speaker and award -winning freelance writer and columnist. She is the President of History Quest and Special Project Director for The African American Descendants’ Quest. She can be reached through the Culpeper Times, at M16439@aol.com or www.facebook.com/ZannsPlace.

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Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

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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.

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ESTATE PLANNING • Katherine Charapich will host a seminar on estate planning Aug. 7. this melodrama tinged with film noir which was directed by Michael Curtiz. Crawford, ably supported by strong performances from Blyth, Jack Carson and Eve Arden, won her only Oscar for this role. The film also received Oscar nominations for Best Film, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography by Ernest Haller and Best Supporting Actress for both Blyth and Arden. “Mildred Pierce” was added to the National Film Registry in 1996. 35mm archival print, 111 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

Location: Found & Sons    850 Sperryville Pike, Culpeper   ( Get Details & Directions )    Time:  LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Culpeper’s Kate 11:30 AM  10 AM ­  Hohman at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229.ef cover. shments   Free R Nore Lutheran Church, 601 Madison Rd., Culpeper, Tuesdays, 12:30 pm: Lunch & Learn, Senior Pot-Luck Luncheon and Bible Study Thursdays, 12:15 pm: Adult & Senior Pot-Luck Luncheon and Bible Study

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FILM • “Mildred Pierce” (Warner Bros., 1945) This quintessential Joan Crawford film features Crawford as a housewife turned successful restauranteur who sacrifices all for her ungrateful daughter (Ann Blyth). Ranald McDougall wrote the screenplay for

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FILM • “Tangled” (Disney, 2010) Based on the classic Grimm Brothers fairy tale, this Disney animated feature tells the story of Rapunzel (Mandy Moore), stolen from the palace nursery as an infant and raised by the evil Mother Gothel (Donna Murphy), who locks her up in an enchanted tower and uses Rapunzel's hair to continuously restore her youth. 2 p.m. Rated PG, 35mm archival print, 100 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

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What’s Happening AUG. 5

CHURCH • St. Stephen’s

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

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, July 29: “God on Film: Lessons from The Greatest Showman.” Worship Service Times: 8:30, 10, 11:30 a.m. 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.

AUG. 6 TODDLER STORYTIME

• 10:30 a.m. at the Culpeper County Library. This is a fun and engaging “lapsit” program designed to help children develop the early literacy skills they need to be ready to learn to read when they enter Kindergarten. Stories, songs, puppets, and finger plays make this a fun time for all. No registration necessary.

CHURCH EVENT • Reformation Lutheran Church is hosting a summer evening Bereavement Group on Mondays from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Reformation Lutheran Church, located at 601 Madison Road. It is a special seminar and support group for people who are grieving the death of someone close to them, a place to meet with other people who are feeling the emotions of grief. You

will learn valuable information about recovering from grief and renewing hope for the future from a Faith based perspective. Adults and teens welcome. This is non-denominational.

PAJAMA STORYTIME •

Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. This is a fun and engaging program designed to help children develop the early literacy skills they need to be ready to learn to read when they enter Kindergarten. No registration required!

AUG. 7 ESTATE PLANNING • Join attorney Katherine Charapich, Esq. for a free summer seminar series on estate planning and legal documents. The three-week seminar will begin Wednesday, August 8 and will go from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. It is located at Found & Sons at 850 Sperryville Pike in Culpeper. Their is limited seating, so registration is required. To register, call 540825-3530 or visit the Found & Sons Facebook event page.

AUG. 8 CHESS • Culpeper Chess Club

meets each Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Culpeper County Library located at 271 Southgate Shopping Center. All ages and all skill levels welcome, even those who have never played. Come learn a new skill! For information contact Charity Karstetter at 540-727-0695 or culpeperchessclub@hotmail.com.

THEATER • Ready, S.E.T.,

Go, summer evening theatrics starting June 26 and running for seven weeks. Those who participate for a full six-week program receive a T-Shirt. Presented by Theatrical Artists. Contact Theatrical Arts' Director Adriana at 540-445-0315 or email at theatricalartsc@gmail.com

AUG. 9 FILM • “La Strada” (Dino de Laurentiis Distribuzione, 1954) The legendary Federico Fellini directs his wife, Giulietta Masina, as Gelsomina in the film that launched them both to international stardom.

Gelsomina is sold by her mother into the employ of Zampanò (Anthony Quinn), a brutal strongman in a traveling circus. When Zampanò encounters an old rival in highwire artist the Fool (Richard Basehart), his fury is provoked to its breaking point. With “La Strada,” Fellini left behind the familiar signposts of Italian neorealism for a poetic fable of love and cruelty, evoking brilliant performances and winning the hearts of audiences and critics worldwide. Winner of the first ever competitive Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Shown in Italian with English subtitles. 35mm archival print, 108 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

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GOLF • The Culpeper Country

Club invites you to join them at the Culpeper Open, held the 11 and 12 at the Country Club at 1 p.m. There are 36 holes with stroke play, and players are flighted after the first round. There is an entree fee that includes two rounds of golf with a cart, prizes and the reception on Sunday. Register by calling 540-8251748. The deadline to register is August 8. Open to the public.

9, Reformation Lutheran Church will be having Drive Thru Prayer. We are located at 601 Madison Road, in town of Culpeper, (across from Rite-Aid.)Drive Thru Prayer is available to all persons, of all ages. Come in your vehicle or on foot, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Prayer teams are available for personal prayer and anointing with oil, for persons interested. Come visit us and we will share how Jesus can touch lives.

FILM • “An American Tail” (Universal, 1986) In this animated musical adventure set in 1885, the Mousekewitzes, a Russian-Jewish family of mice, emigrate from Ukraine to America on a tramp steamer where they’ve been led to believe there are "no cats." 2 p.m. Rated G. 35mm archival print, 80 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

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FILM • “Home from the Hill” (MGM, 1960) Robert Mitchum stars as powerful Texas landowner Capt. Wade Hunnicutt in this epic family saga based on the novel by William Humphrey. The story explores the tangled relationships of Wade, his estranged wife Hannah (Eleanor Parker), their adult son Theron (George Hamilton), and his illegitimate son Rafe (George Peppard) from an earlier relationship. Directed by Vincente Minnelli, best-known at the time for sophisticated musicals such as “An American in Paris” (1951) and “Gigi” (1958), “Home from the Hill” represents another genre in which he would win critical acclaim, particularly in later years -- the melodrama. The film opened to strong reviews and both Mitchum and Peppard won acting awards for their roles from the National Board of Review. 35mm archival print, 150 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

FILM • “Brief Encounter” (EagleLion, 1945) After a chance meeting at a suburban British train station, a married doctor and a middle-class housewife find themselves drawn into a poignant romance. Adapted by Noel Coward from his one-act play, the film stars Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard as the proper and reserved lovers. Called by Sir Richard Attenborough "a landmark and touchstone" for the film industry, “Brief Encounter” established David Lean as a great director, with a sense of character and romantic fatalism that would be found in such later hits as “Lawrence of Arabia” (1962) and “Doctor Zhivago.” The film shared the 1946 Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival and was Oscar nominated for Best Actress (Johnson), Best Director (Lean) and Best Adapted Screenplay. Digital presentation, 86 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.


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

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY AUG. 5

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PLAY READING • The Rappahannock Association for the Arts and Community Theatre invites the public to participate in a reading of the very funny play "Arsenic and Old Lace" at 3 p.m. at RAAC Theatre, 310 Gay St., in Little Washington.

COMMUNITY YARD SALE •

Community Yard Sale held at the Sumerduck Ruritan Club located at 5335 Sumerduck Rd. The event will be held from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. All are welcome. Inside tables are $20 but there is limited space inside. Outside tables are $15 per a 10x10 space. Email sumerduckruritan@gmail.com or call the event line at 540-445-1717 and leave a message.

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AUDITIONS • Open auditions for the 2018 performance, “Charlotte’s Web,” will take place on Friday, Aug. 24, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 25, from 10 a.m. to noon. Callbacks will be Sunday, Aug. 26, from 2 to 4 p.m. All auditions will be at the RAAC Community Theatre, 310 Gay St., Washington.

BOX DINNER • The Sumerduck

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Marshall Pattie will speak Aug. 21 at MCRW meeting.

DARK SKIES • The

Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection, together with the Rappahannock County Recreational Facilities Authority is planning to hold its next 'dark sky' event at the Rappahannock County Park on Rt. 211, across from Little Washington, starting at 7:30 pm. The main event will be a full moon and the planets Venus, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn. There will be astronomers with telescopes and a night photographer with a spotting scope to allow you to take your own picture of the full moon with your iPhone. Everyone is invited to this fun-filled family event.

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FORUM • Join Foothills Forum, the Rappahannock News and Businesses of Rappahannock at 2 p.m. at Mountainside Physical Therapy, 12625 Lee Highway, for a community forum on the four-part series “Work in Progress” about the past, present and future of the

county’s economy.

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BRUNCH • The Madison County rescue Squad is hosting a brunch at the Rescue Squad Building from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please donate school supplies at the brunch for students in Madison County.

AUG. 17 LITERACY • Join us from 3-8 on Friday, Aug. 17, for the latest third Friday fundraiser at Revalation Winery in the beautiful Hebron Valley to benefit the Literacy Council of Madison. Revalation wines will be available for tasting and

sale by the glass, bottle, or case. Don Payne will be the featured local author and a signed copy of John Grisham’s The Associate the book at silent auction. There also will be a raffle for a basketful of special goodies. Catch the Chef will be the featured food truck. Revalation Winery, 2710 Hebron Valley Rd., Madison, VA, 22727; 540 407 1236; info@revelationvineyard. com; revalationvineyard.com.

AUG. 21 COLLEGE NIGHT • Madison

County Republican Women will host their 5th Annual College Night from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Madison Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. Marshall Pattie, Assistant Professor of Management at James Madison University, will be the guest speaker and moderator at the event. Food will be provided. For more information, please call 540-923-4109.

Ruritan Club is hosting a box dinner event with $5 live and onions or chicken, served with mashed potatoes, green beans and a roll. Prerders are taken until August 17. Any calls after the date cannot guarantee order. Dinners will be ready to pick up at 5 p.m. until sold out. Call 540-445-1714 to place your order.

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What is your school doing to protect you? Two Fridays ago I was a role player at Culpeper High School for an active shooter event put on by the Culpeper Sheriff’s Office. I was in the administrative room by the front door of the school and the first person shot. As I sat there and watched the shooter go in the building, I said how easy would this be if it was real. I don’t remember seeing the second shooter, but someone told me he got in the front door after the first shooter came in. Then came the sheriff deputies and they did their thing and finally got both shooters. Here is what I observed and got out of this exercise. Too much glass and none of it is bullet proof, not even 3M film to prevent people using a baseball bat to get in the building or in a classroom. All the classrooms have big windows in each door, but now black curtains can be hung over the windows. There are emergency bags in the classroom. Shots fired in a big building can not be traced by listening. The echo throughout the building precludes pinpointing any loud noise. Doors are automatically locked when closed, a very good thing unless someone who belongs in the class is caught in a hall with a shooter and can’t get in. But, it is a good practice that no door is opened on lockdown until opened by a key from

sleepless nights; whatever’s needed to succeed. When I retired from the Marine Corps years ago I became one of these entrepreneurs who dreamed, sweated, and finally succeeded. I can do it; you can do it too. Risks? You bet. Worries? Yep. Rewarding? The goal. Entrepreneurs made Virginia great. Still today it’s entrepreneurs who significantly keep it moving forward. The first couple years are critical to a new business succeeding, but it doesn’t have to face the odds alone. There are many professional associations and organizations ready to help the entrepreneur beat the often high odds of succeeding. One organization, the one I work for, has been around for a century— always keeping itself trustworthy, highly relevant, and technically supportive. outside. There is a color code system designed by the Sheriff’s office with colors and door numbers, but you have a hard time seeing them. Instead of seeing big 2 foot by 2 foot color patches along corridors one only sees a 5 x 7 color patch occasionally along a corridor. I was told that principals did not like large patches, something about aesthetics. (This is true in all Culpeper County Schools). The color code system is very unique and helps first responders coming in the building and searching the various corridors in the building. Large color patches are needed along with large hall numbers so students will be aware and remember where they are so if asked where something is happening, the student wouldn’t say “by Mrs. Tracy’s class,” but would say the color and number. Again, this would have to be emphasized during the school year. The event was coordinated through the Sheriff’s Office, but included fire and rescue, EMTs, school busses, parking control and entrance control. A tremendous job and well done by everyone and something that needs to be done on a regular basis. I personally think that many more high school students should be asked to volunteer to these events. After all, 200 or more students in the exercise would add much more realism to the event and would give the students added experience of what to do in the event something like this really

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happens. The school has a student list and could ask students to volunteer. From what I have seen and read about other school shootings, in today’s age students are willing to shoot other students for whatever reason. This is a new outlook on life I don’t understand. In my day, students carried pocket knives to school and guns were in cars during hunting season, but no one ever thought of killing other students. When I hear students and adults talk about gun control they are totally missing the point. Look at all the silly signs outside a school, gun free and drug free zones. That’s supposed to stop school shootings? The question that should be asked by students and parents is what is my school doing to protect me as a student, and my child as a parent. Ask that question and one will probably get an answer. We have a school deputy sheriff and we are doing our best, but the biggest answer is it’s too expensive to make the school safer the way it should be. There are many ways: one entrance, clear backpacks, metal detectors, control rooms, bullet proof glass and hardened walls in places, doors with electronic indicators showing open and closed to prevent entering school, more security officers, communication repeaters and etc. The list can get pretty long. But remember the question parents and students. Robert Lehmann Culpeper

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BUS SCHEDULES A.G. RICHARDSON ELEMENTARY Bus # 7 Emerald Hill Road, Major Brown Road, Slate Mills Road, Obannons Mill Road, High County Lane, Boston Drive, Sperryville Pike, Griffinsburg Road, Stoney Run Drive, Shanktown Road, Reva Road, Norman Road, James Monroe Highway, Heritage Daycare

Begin student pick up at 6:20 a.m., on Major Brown Road and continue student pick up on Emerald Hill Road to the Rappahannock County line. Proceed to and turn right on Slate Mills Road. Resume student pick up on Slate Mills Road at the Culpeper/Rappahannock County line picking up students to and turning left on Obannons Mill Road. Bus 7 will cross Sperryville Pike and continue to High Country Lane. Turn around and resume student pick up on the return trip and cross back over Sperryville Pike. Turn left onto Boston Drive and pick up students. Continue student pick up to Slate Mills Road and turn left picking up students on Slate Mills Road to Sperryville Pike. Turn right onto Sperryville Pike and continue picking up students to Old Stillhouse Road. The bus will then proceed on Sperryville Pike to and turn right on Griffinsburg Road. Bus 7 will pick up students on Griffinsburg Road (including Conner Drive, Cameron Court and Stoney Run Drive) turning left onto Shanktown Road continuing to pick up students on Reva Road. The bus will then turn left onto Reva Road picking up students until Norman Road. Bus 7 will then turn right on Norman Road and left on James Monroe Highway. The bus will pick up students on Rt 740 Birmingham Road and proceed to the intersection of James Monroe Highway and White Shop Road and resume student pickups on the left side (North side) of the highway all the way into Culpeper. Proceed into Culpeper on Madison Road and turn right onto Sunset Lane. Then, turn left on Cypress Street and right onto Chestnut Drive to Heritage Daycare to pick up A. G. Richardson students ONLY. Proceed to A.G. Richardson

Elementary School. Bus #11 Old Turnpike Road, Scotts Mill Road, Roys Lane, Dunkard Church Road, Celestine Acres, Settletown Place, Dulaney Road, Eggbornsville Road, Blue Ridge Ave, Culpeper Baptist Church Day Care Begin student pick up at 6:55 a.m., at the intersection of Sperryville Pike and the West end of Old Turnpike Road. Turn left on Scotts Mill Road and continue picking up students to Eggbornsville Road, including students living on Roys Lane. Turn left onto Eggbornsville Road and proceed to a left on Dunkard Church Road. Resume student pickups on Dunkard Church Road, including pickups on Celestine Acres and Settletown Place. Turn left on Dunkard Church resuming pickups to a right turn on Dulaney Road to Eggbornsville Road. Turn right on Eggbornsville Road and continue picking up students on the right side to Stonehouse Mountain Road. The bus will then proceed into town and pick up students at the Baptist Church Day Care students at the corner of Blue Ridge Ave. and Scanlon St. Proceed to A.G. Richardson Elementary School. Bus #49 Kirtley Trail, Camp Road, Old Mill Road, Allens Lane, James Monroe Highway, Birmingham Road FIRST (RURAL) RUN PM: Bus will depart school at approximately 3:45 p.m. Begin student pick up at 6:40 a.m., at the intersection of Rt 29 and White Shop Rd. The bus will proceed westbound on Rt 29 picking up students on the right side of the highway including Birmingham Road. The bus will turn around at the Leon Junk Yard crossover and continue student pickups Eastbound to White Shop Rd. The bus will turn right on White Shop Rd and then right on Allens Lane and resume picking up students. Turn right on Kirtley Trail and proceed to the end, turn around and then go right on Camp Rd. continuing to pick up students. The bus will turn around and go back to Kirtley Trail and then turn right. Continue picking up students on both sides of Kirtley Trail, turn right on Old Mill Rd

picking up students to a turnaround back to Kirtley Trail. Turn right on Kirtley Trail picking up students to the intersection of White Shop Rd. The bus will then proceed to AG Richardson. Friendship Heights, Three Flags Subdivision, Osprey Lane, Scenic Creek Lane, Lakeford Drive, Live Oak Drive SECOND (TOWN) RUN PM: Bus will depart school at approximately 3:15 p.m. Begin student pick up at 7:40 a.m., at the public bus stop by the dumpsters in Friendship Heights. The bus will turn around and take Friendship Way to a right on Madison Road and left on Field Stone Drive (Three Flags subdivision). Turn left on Osprey and resume picking up students at the corners of the entrance to the Club House and Scenic Creek. Turn right and crossing Field Stone and pickup students at the corners of Lakeford and Salt Cedar, Majestic Place, turning right on Live Oak. Pick up students at the corners of Majestic Place, Salt Cedar, and Field Stone. The bus will then proceed to A.G. Richardson Elementary School. Bus #64 Reva Road, Riverbend Lane, Hazelmere Lane, Cabin Road, Novum Road, Oakland Road, Duncan Trail Begin student pick up at 6:50 a.m., on Reva Road at My Road. Continue picking up students on Reva Rd and turn right at the second entrance of Riverbend Lane. Students living on Hazelmere Lane will be required to meet the bus at the intersection of Reva Road. Students living on Bridle Court and Hunters Grove are required to meet the bus at the intersection of Riverbend Lane. Bus 64 will pick up students on Riverbend Lane, including Mill Creek Court, go back and turn right on Reva Rd. Continue picking up students on Reva Rd to Hazel River Drive. Turning around, the bus will return on Reva Road and continue to a right on Cabin Road to pick up students on Cabin Road. The bus will turn left on Novum Road and then turn left onto Oakland Road to Reva Road. The bus will turn around and return over Oakland Road picking up students to the Culpeper/Madison County line. The bus will turn around and proceed back on Oakland Rd

turning right onto Duncan Trail picking up students to Reva Road. Proceed to A.G. Richardson Elementary School. Bus #68 Whippoorwill Lane, Glebe Way, Norman Road, Rillhurst Drive, Lake Rillhurst Road, Tinsley Place, Alphin Lane, Griffins Gate, Fox Chase Lane, Mountain Run Lake Road, Mountain Run Lane, Pelham View Drive, Ivy Lane, Hawthorn Ave. Begin student pickups at 6:55 a.m., on Whippoorwill Lane at the intersection of Griffinsburg Road. Pick up students on Whipporwill, turning right on Glebe Way. Turn around and return to a right onto Whipporwill Road. Continue to a right on Norman Road. Proceed to and turn around at North Merrimac Road. Return on Norman Road bearing right to a left on Rillhurst Drive. Continue pickups on Rillhurst Drive, Lake Rillhurst Road, Tinsley Place, and Alphin Lane and return to Norman Road. Turn left and pick up students in Griffins Gate. Turn right on Norman Road and continue student pick up to Fox Chase Lane. Turn right onto Fox Chase Lane picking up students and follow around to Norman Road. Turn right on Norman Road and then right on Mountain Run Lake Road. Continue on Mountain Run Lake Road picking up students on Mountain Run Lane, Pelham View Drive, Ivy Lane, and Hawthorn Avenue. Continue right on Mountain Run Lake Road. Students living in cul-de-sacs are required to meet the bus on the roads mentioned above. Proceed via Granite Road to A.G. Richardson Elementary School. Bus #69 Cherry Hill Road, Scantlin Mountain Road, Mocking Bird Lane in AM ONLY, Essex Street, Norman Road, Gibson Mill Road, Signal Hill Road, Overlook Court, Shadow Drive, Culpeper Lakes Subdivision, Bellevue Drive, Early Learning Day Care Center Begin student pick up at 7:00 a.m., at the intersection of Cherry Hill Road and Woodland Church Road, picking up students on Cherry Hill Road to Sperryville Pike including those on Scantlin Mountain Road. The bus will turn right on Sperryville Pike and pick up at Mocking Bird Lane in AM ONLY, then

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proceed to and turn left onto Norman Road. Resume picking up students on Norman Road to and turning left onto Mountain Run Lake .Road. Bus 69 will proceed over Mountain Run Lake Road and turn left onto Gibson Mill Road. Bus 69 will resume picking up students on Gibson Mill Road to include students living on Signal Hill Road and Overlook Ct. The bus will turn left on Gibson Mill and continue student pickups on Gibson Mill Road turning right on Shadow Drive into Culpeper Lakes Subdivision. The bus will pick up students on Bellevue Drive and Shadow Drive before returning to a right on Gibson Mill Rd. Continue picking up students and then turn right on Sperryville Pike. Bus 69 will then proceed through Culpeper to Sunset Lane, stopping to pick up A.G. Richardson students only at the Rainbow Child Development Center and then proceed to A.G. Richardson Elementary School. Bus #89 Hoover Road, Little Oak Drive, Oak Drive, Hudson Mill Road, North Merrimac Road, Over Street, Crestview Place, Glendale Circle, Heritage Drive, Emma Court, South Court, Piedmont Springs Road, Fernwood Court, Lakemont Drive The bus will begin student pickups at 6:50 a.m., on Hoover Road at the Madison/Culpeper County Line picking up students to and turning left on James Monroe Highway. The bus will proceed to and turn left on Reva Road resuming student pickups on Oak Drive and Little Oak Drive, back to James Monroe Highway. The bus will then turn right onto James Monroe Highway and right on Reva Road and continue straight resuming student pickups on Hudson Mill Road. The bus will turn right onto North Merrimac Road and continue picking up students on North Merrimac Road (including Over Street, Glendale Circle, Crestview Place, and Heritage Drive). The bus will turn right on Piedmont Springs Road picking up students to James Monroe Highway. Students living on Winterwood Court and Fernwood Court must meet the bus at Piedmont Springs Road. The bus will then turn right onto James Monroe Highway, proceed to the crossover and return back on the Northbound lane to North Merrimac Road and turn left. The bus will resume student pickups on North Merrimac (including Lewis Drive) to a right turn on Lakemont Drive. Continue student pickups to Mountain Run Lake Road. The bus will then turn right on Mountain Run Lake Road and proceed to A.G. Richardson Elementary School with no pickups on Mountain Run Lake Road.

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Bus #95 Eggbornsville Road, Old Stillhouse Road, Weslyn Drive, Westview Court Hazeland Lane, Old Turnpike, Dawn Avenue, Sperryville Pike, Lanes Farm Lane The bus will begin student pickups at 6:35 a.m., on Eggbornsville Road at Homeland Road. It will pick up students on the right side (west side) of Eggbornsville Road to a right turn on Old Stillhouse Road. The bus will pick up students to a left on Weslyn Drive and continue student pickups to turning around at Westview Court. The bus will return back to Old Stillhouse Road, turn left and resume pickups on Old Stillhouse Road to a right onto Hazeland Lane to the turn around, picking up students on the return trip. The bus will turn right onto Old Stillhouse Road and continue picking up students until turning left on Sperryville Pike. The bus will continue pupil pick up on Sperryville Pike until turning left on to Old Turnpike Road. The bus will then continue student pick up on Old Turnpike Road and turn left onto Dawn Avenue. After turning around, the bus will return to Old Turn Pike Road and then to Sperryville Pike. The bus will turn left onto Sperryville Pike and resume picking up students on both sides of Sperryville Pike, including Lane’s Farm Lane, to Scotts Street. From Scotts Street to Gibson Mill Road pick up ONLY students on the RIGHT side of Sperryville Pike. Proceed to A.G. Richardson Elementary School.

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Bus #3 South Wales Subdivision - Somerset Drive, Southampton Drive, Stratford Drive, Fairbourne Drive, Berkshire Drive, Jeffersonton Road, Countryside Estates, Springs Road Begin student pick up at 7:05 a.m., at the intersection of Somerset Drive and Colvin Road. Pick up students on Somerset Drive to Rixeyville Road. Turn right on Rixeyville Road and then right again on Berkshire Drive and resume picking up students. Turn left on Southampton Drive and then left on Stratford Drive. Turn right on Fairbourne Drive to Colvin Road. Students living in cul-de-sacs are required to meet the bus at the intersections of their cul-de-sacs and the roads above. Turn left on Colvin Road

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and proceed to Jeffersonton Road and resume picking up students to a right on Springs Road. Continue to a right into Countryside Estates returning to a right on Springs Road. Pickup students until reaching Rixeyville Rd. Proceed to Emerald Hill Elementary School. Bus #4 Sheads Mountain Road, Black Hills Road, Quail Ridge Subdivision, Glen Verdant, portion of Rixeyville Road PM: 1st Wave run to Hazel River Baptist Church Daycare Begin student pick up at 7:05 a.m., at the intersection of Rixeyville Road and Sheads Mountain Road. Continue picking up students on Sheads Mountain Road to a left on Black Hill Road. Turn around at Holly Springs Road and continue picking up students on Black Hill Road to a left on Quail Ridge Drive (Quail Ridge Subdivision). Pick up students on Quail Ridge Drive, including Labrador Court and Lespedeza Court. Turn right on Covey Circle and then left on Hunters Trail picking up students at Grouse Court. Load students on Running Quail, Covey Circle, and Quail Ridge Drive. Turn left on Black Hills Road and right on Rixeyville Road. Pick up students on Rixeyville Road from Monumental Mills Road to Muddy Run Ln. Proceed to Emerald Hill Elementary School. Bus #21 Lee Highway (both sides from Sturgis Lane to Waterloo Road), Wildwood Circle, Freeman Drive, Waterloo Road, Old Bridge Road, Rixeyville Road from Lee Highway to Black Hill Rd Begin student pick up at 6:55 a.m., on the East bound side of Lee Hwy at Sturgis Ln. Turn around at the county line and travel west bound on Lee Hwy picking up students to Waterloo Rd and then left into Wildwood subdivision. Continue student pick up around Wildwood Circle. Turn right on Lee Hwy picking up students to left on Freeman Drive. The bus will turn right on Waterloo Rd. picking up students to a right on Old Bridge Road back to Lee Highway. Then turn right on Lee Highway to a left on Rixeyville Rd. Continue picking up students on Rixeyville Rd to the intersection of Black Hill Rd. Proceed to Emerald Hill Elementary School. Bus #27 Monumental Mills Road, Homeland Road, Woodward Lane, Doc's Road, Korea Road, Waterford Road, Butler Store Road, Ryland Chapel Road, Shiloh Church Road, Hazel River Church

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Road Begin student pick up at 6:45 a.m., on Monumental Mills Road at Ma & Pa's Store. Pick up students on Monumental Mills Road to a left on Homeland Road. Go to the turnaround at the end of the road and resume picking up students on the right again, including Woodward Lane, on Homeland Road. Continue student pick up to turning left on Doc's Road. Pick up students and turn right on Korea Road picking up students to Waterford Road. Turn left on Waterford Road and proceed to Dodson Lane (cut through Rappahannock County). Return to Waterford Rd and begin picking up students at the County Line. Continue on Waterford Road turning right on Butler Store Road to the turn around. Resume student pick up back to turning right on Waterford Road to Rixeyville Road. Turn right on Rixeyville Rd and continue to the southern end of Rt. 708, proceeding counter clockwise back to Rixeyville Rd. Turn north on Rixeyville Rd and turn right on Ryland Chapel Road and then right on Shiloh Church Road picking up students to the turn around. Return to right on Ryland Chapel Road, right on Jameson Mill Road picking up students to the intersection of Muddy Run Lane. Proceed to Emerald Hill Elementary School. Bus #42 Campground Lane, Eggbornsville Road, Thomasson Lane, Hazel River Road, Settle School Road, Drogheda Mountain Road, Alum Springs Road, Horseshoe Court. Begin student pick up at 7:05 a.m. on Eggbornsville Road at Campground Lane. The bus will continue south on Eggbornsville Road only picking up Emerald Hill students who live on the left side of Eggbornsville Road to include Thomasson Lane, Hazel River Road to the turn around, and Settle School Road to Dutch Hollow Road. The bus will turn around and return to Eggbornsville Road, turning left and continue to pick up students on the left and then turn left on Drogheda Mountain Road. The bus will then turn left on Alum Springs Road, picking up students on Alum Springs Road to a right on Horseshoe Court back to a right on Alum Springs Road. Continue on Alum Springs Road to a right on Rixeyville Road. (No pickups on Rixeyville Road.) Proceed to Emerald Elementary School. Bus #56 Hazel River Road, Hemlock Hollow, Settle School Road, Dutch Hollow Road, Dutch Hollow Subdivision, Rixeyville Road from intersection of Jameson Mill

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Road to Emerald Hill School. Begin student pick up at 6:50 a.m., on Hazel River Road at the intersection of Monumental Mills Road picking up students on Hazel River Road to the turnaround at Hemlock Hollow. Return on Hazel River Road turning right on Settle School Road. Pick up students on Settle School Road to a left on Dutch Hollow Road. Continue student pickup on Dutch Hollow Road turning left on Windmill Way into Dutch Hollow Subdivision. Continue on Windmill Way picking up students on street corners and then turn left on Dutch Drive. Continue picking up students on Dutch Drive proceeding to Dutch Hollow Road. Turn left on Dutch Hollow Road and continue student pickups to Chestnut Fork Road. Turn left on Chestnut Fork Road and left on Rixeyville Road and resume picking up students on Rixeyville Road from the intersection of Jamesons Mill Road to Emerald Hill Elementary School. Bus #74 Waterloo Road, Dulin Drive, Waterloo Road, Indian Run Road, Holly Springs Road, Colvin Road, Burlington Drive, Adrienne Place, Alamance Drive, Atkins Trail, Jeffersonton Road to Springs Road, Countryside Estates Begin student pick up at 7:00 a.m., heading west on Waterloo Road at the intersection of Freeman Drive and then to a right on Dulin Drive. Continue student pickup to the turn around and return to a right on Waterloo Road and continue picking up students to Lee Highway. Turn right on Lee Highway and proceed to a left turn on Indian Run Road. Resume student pickups at the Rappahannock/Culpeper County line to a left on Holly Springs Road. Proceed north on Holly Springs Road picking up students to Lee Highway. Turn right on Lee Highway and then right on Colvin Road. Resume picking up students on Colvin Road and left on Burlington Drive, right on Adrienne Place and right on Alamance Drive. Students living on cul-de-sacs must meet the bus at intersections. Continue student pick up (including Atkins Trail) to intersection of Rixeyville Road. Turn right on Rixeyville Road and proceed to Emerald Hill Elementary School. Bus #75 Ryland Chapel Road, Clover Hill Road, Lakota Rd, Jeffersonton Road, Myers Mill Road, Springs Road, Rixeyville Road, Scottsville Road, Oak Shade Road Begin student pick up at 6:30 a.m., at the intersection of Ryland Chapel Road and Mount Zion Church Road.

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Pick up students on Ryland Chapel and turn right on Clover Hill Road. Continue picking up students and turn left on Lakota Road. Turn right on Jeffersonton Road and right on Myers Mill Road. Turn left on Springs Road and continue to pick up students to the intersection of Jeffersonton Road. Turn left on Jeffersonton Road and then left on Ferguson Lane. Turn around and then go right on Jeffersonton Road and then left on Springs Road, including Countryside Estates, continuing to pick up students. Turn left on Scottsville Road picking up students to a right on Oak Shade Road to Little Fork Church Road. Turn left on Rt 229 and pick up students until Monumental Mills Road. Continue to pick up students after Alum Springs Road, to Emerald Hill Elementary School. Bus #91 Ryland Chapel Road, Mt. Zion Church Road, Gravel Road, Bleak Hill Road Begin student pick up at 7:30 a.m., on Ryland Chapel Rd at the intersection of Jameson Mill Road. Pick up students on Ryland Chapel Road and turn right on Mt. Zion Church Road and continue student pick up to a right on Bleak Hill Road, including Gravel Road. Proceed to Emerald Hill Elementary via Jameson Mill Road, Muddy Run Lane and Rixeyville Road. (No pickups after Bleak Hill Road.) Bus #113 Farley Road, Alanthus Road, Brenridge Drive, Trivia Avenue, Reid Hill Drive, Pond View Court, Mt. Zion Church Road, Glenmore Court, Rixeyville Road, from Chestnut Fork Road to intersection of Jameson Mill Road, Catalpa Drive, Kavanaugh Meads, Bunker Ridge Drive, Jameson Mill Road, Muddy Run Lane Begin student pick up at 7:05 a.m. on Farley Road at turnaround. Proceed to right on Alanthus Road continuing student pick up to right onto Brenridge Drive. Continue student pick up to Alanthus Road. Turn right onto Alanthus Road and continue to Triview Avenue. Turn left on Triview Avenue and turn right on Reid Hill Drive. Pick up to Mt. Zion Church Road to include Pond View Court. Turn left on Mt. Zion Church Road to left on Glenmore Court. Turn around at the end of Glenmore Court and return to a left on Mt. Zion Church Road. Continue student pick up until turning right on Chestnut Fork Road. Proceed to a right on Rixeyville Road and resume student pickups turning left on Catalpa Drive. Go to the end of the road and pick up students on the way back. Turn left on Rixeyville Road. Continue student pickups on Rixeyville

Road to a right turn into Kavanaugh Meads subdivision. Pickup students on Clemair, Temple, and Robin Road. Return to and turn right on Rixeyville Road and continue student pick up to a left on Bunker Ridge Drive to the turn around. Return to a left on Rixeyville Road and then right on Jameson Mill Road. Continue student pick up to Muddy Run Lane. Turn left on Muddy Run Lane and continue student pick up to Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Emerald Hill Elementary School.

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PM 1st Wave buses to depart at approximately 3:45pm. PM 2nd Wave buses to depart at approximately 4 p.m. Bus #9 Willis Lane, Laurel Street from Route 29 Business to Redbud Street, including Mimosa Street Mt. View Apartments, Mimosa Street, and Red Bud Street PM: Students will be transported on Bus #18 (1st Wave), Running for Bus #9 Begin student pickup at 8:10a.m., on Laurel Street and Madison Road. Pick up students at Mountain View Apartments. Continue picking up student on Laurel St, including Mimosa St, turning left on Redbud St. Students living at Mt. View Apartment complex and on Mimosa Street must meet the bus on Laurel Street. The bus will then proceed to Farmington Elementary School. Bus #14 East Street from intersection of Piedmont Street to Route 3, East Chandler Street, Kingsbrook Subdivision, Ann Wingfield Apartments, Begin student pick up at 7:50 a.m. on East Street at the intersection of Piedmont Street and continue South on East Street picking up students and then left on East Chandler Street, including stopping at East Street entrance to Ann Wingfield Apartments. The bus will continue picking up students on East Chandler turning left into Kingsbrook Manor. Pick up students on Kingsbrook Road to a right on Palomino Court and right on Shetland Way. Turn left on Kingsbrook Road and return on East Chandler Street to a left on Main Street. Turn left on Old Fredericksburg Road and make pickups at the Galbreath Marshall building. Then proceed to Broad Street. Turn around at the end of Broad Street and proceed to Farmington

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Elementary School. Bus #16 Sunset Lane, Cypress Drive, Chestnut Drive, Maplewood Drive, Aberdeen Drive PM: Students will be transported on Bus #107 (1st Wave), running for Bus #16 Begin student pick up at 8:00 a.m. at the intersection of Sunset Lane and Willow Lawn Drive. Pick up students on Sunset Lane turning right on Maplewood Drive. Turn around coming back to Sunset lane. Turn left and then right on Cypress Drive. Turn left on Elmwood Drive picking up students until Birch Drive. Turn right on Birch Drive and then left on Aberdeen Drive and resume picking up students on Aberdeen. Turn left into Heritage Day Care and pick up students. Turn right on Aberdeen, left on Cypress and then right on Chestnut and resume picking up students until Sunset Lane. Proceed to Farmington Elementary School. Bus #18 Chestnut Drive, Blue Spruce Drive (High Point Subdivision), Orange Road, Standpipe Road (Magnolia Green Subdivision), Wolford Road, Broad Street, Old Fredericksburg Road PM: This will be a 2nd Wave Bus, departing at approximately 4:00 p.m. Begin student pickups at 7:55 a.m., in High Point Subdivision at Forsythia and Blue Spruce Drive. Continue on Blue Spruce to a left on Chestnut Drive. Pick up students at Chestnut and Peachtree. Continue on Chestnut turning right on Orange Road. Pick up students on Orange Road, including students at the intersection of Standpipe Road (Magnolia Greens Subdivision). Continue picking up students on Orange Road, including Wolford Road to the intersection of Germanna Highway. Turn right on Route 3 and right on Broad St picking up students to Lamphier St. Turn around and proceed to Farmington Elementary School. Bus #43 Blue Ridge Avenue, including stop at Culpeper Baptist Church Day Care, Oaklawn Boulevard, Oaklawn Drive, Madison Road, Country Club Road, Stoneybrook Lane, Golf Drive, Sunset Lane, Mulberry Commons Begin student pickup at 7:55 a.m., on Blue Ridge Avenue at the intersection of Sperryville Pike. Pick up students at the street intersections on Blue Ridge Avenue only. Pick up students from Culpeper Baptist Church Day care at


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intersection of Scanlon St. Turn right on Oaklawn Boulevard and right on Oakland Drive picking up students as the bus loops around to Blue Ridge Avenue. Continue right on Blue Ridge Avenue picking up students to Madison Rd. Turn right on Madison Road and then turn right on Country Club Road resuming student pickups on Country Club Road. Turn left picking up students on Stoneybrook Lane, then turn right on Golf Drive. Continue to the turnaround and return via Golf Drive to Madison Road. Turn right and proceed to a right on Sunset Lane picking up students living in Mulberry Commons. Proceed to Farmington Elementary School. Students in Mulberry Commons are required to meet the bus at the intersection of Greens Court and Mulberry Lane. Bus #78 High Point Subdivision, Post Oak Drive, Poplar Drive, Blue Spruce Drive, Southridge Subdivision, Southridge Parkway, Middle Ridge Drive, Bridlewood Drive, Ripplebrook Drive PM: Students will be transported on Bus 136 (1st Wave), running for Bus #78 Begin student pickup at 7:55 a.m., at the end of Post Oak Drive (High Point Sub Division), picking up students at street intersections on the way out to Blue Spruce Drive. Turn left and continue student pick up on Blue Spruce Drive to Orange Road via Laurel Street. Then, turn left and proceed to Southridge Parkway via James Monroe Highway, Madison Road, and Willis Lane. Resume student pick up on Southridge Parkway to right into Southridge subdivision (Middle Ridge Drive, Bridlewood Drive, Ripplebrook Drive and back to Southridge Parkway). Resume picking up students on Southridge Parkway to Madison Road and then proceed to Farmington Elementary School. Bus #104 Orange Rd and Standpipe Rd (Magnolia Greens Subdivision), Blue Ridge Ave and Scanlon St (Culpeper Baptist Day Care, PM) PM: Students will be transported on Bus #15 (1st Wave), running for Bus #104. Begin student pickup at 8:00 a.m., at the intersection of Standpipe Road and Magnolia Circle. Turn right on Magnolia Circle, and proceed around to the intersection of Magnolia Circle and Juniper Drive, picking up students at the intersection. Continue around Magnolia Circle the intersection of Magnolia Circle and Standpipe Road,

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picking up students. Continue along Standpipe Road to the intersection of Standpipe Road and Juniper Drive to pick up students at this intersection. Turn left onto Orange Road, then right on Sunset Lane, continuing on to Farmington Elementary School. Bus #133 Elizabeth Street, King Edward Court, Queen Victoria Street, Willis Lane, Evergreen St, Gum Street, Rainbow Day Care Center. Begin student pickup at 7:40 a.m., at intersection of Madison Lane and Willis Lane. Travel to turnaround and back out on Willis Lane picking up students. Turn right on Madison Road and then right on Meadowbrook Drive. Pick up students at entrances to apartments on Meadowbrook Drive. Proceed to turn around and travel back to a left on Madison Road and a left on Sunset Lane. Proceed left on Chestnut and right on Orange Road picking up students at the intersections of Evergreen and Gum Streets to a right turn on Elizabeth Street. Turn around at Elizabeth St. and Queen Victoria St. Students on Elizabeth St, King Edward Court, and Queen Victoria St. walk to bus at intersection of Elizabeth and Queen Victoria. Proceed to Farmington Elementary School. Pick up students at the Rainbow Day Care Center, then, proceed back to Farmington Elementary School. Bus #135 Laurel Street, Willow Lawn, Soho Court at Westminster Square, Birch Drive PM: Students will be transported on Bus 15 (2nd Wave), running for Bus #135 Begin student pickup at 8:05 a.m., at the intersection of Laurel Street and Orange Road. Proceed down Laurel Street to Redbud Street. Students living on Blossom Street, Morningside Drive and Willow Lawn Drive must meet the bus at the intersection of these streets and Laurel Street. The bus will then turn right on Redbud St, right on Sunset and left on Birch Drive. Student pickup will resume from Birch Drive from the intersection of Sunset to, and including, the pickup at the entrance of Westminster Square and SoHo Court. Proceed to Farmington Elementary School.

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Bus #6 White Oak Road, Oak Forest Drive, Crocket Avenue, Cedar Ridge Road, James Madison Highway, General Winder Road, Carver School Lane, Dove Hill Road, White Shop Road, Kirtley Trail Road, South Merrimac Road, Store Road, Sumter Road, Monitor Road, Whiteshop Estates Subdivision, James Madison from Old Orange Rd to Madison Rd Begin student pick up at 6:40 a.m. on White Oak Road at the intersection of James Madison Highway. Pick up students on White Oak Road, including Oak Forest Drive and Crocket Avenue, back to James Madison Highway, turn left on James Madison Highway and continue student pick up to a left on Cedar Ridge Road back to James Madison Highway. Turn left and continue on James Madison Highway to General Winder Road. Turn left on General Winder Road and pick up to the turnaround; proceed back to right on Carver School Lane to James Madison Highway. Turn left on James Madison Highway picking up students and turn left on Dove Hill Road. Continue student pickups to Kirtley Trail. Proceed right on Kirtley Trail picking up students to a left on White Shop Road and pick up students to Allens Lane. Proceed to a right on James Monroe Highway. Pick up students on the south side of Route 29 including Whiteshop Estates. Turn right on South Merrimac Road picking up students, including Store Road, to a left on White Shop Road. Continue picking up students to a right on Old Orange Road, then to a left onto James Madison HWY. Pick up students on James Madison HWY from Old Orange Rd to Madison Rd. Proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School. Bus #35 Dragoon Road, Jacob Ford Road, Blackjack Road, Batna Road, Countryside Lane, Highland Drive, Algonquin Trail, Kibler Road, Mt. Pony Road Begin student pick up at 6:40 a.m. at Child Help on Dragoon Road. Pick up students on Dragoon Road to a left turn on Jacobs Ford Road until it intersects with Lignum Road. Turn left on Lignum Road and resume picking up students on Batna Road near the intersection of Route 33. Turn left on Country Side Lane

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to the turn around. Turn around and return to a left on Batna Road making pickups on Highland Road and Belle Meade Farm Road. Continue on Batna Road bearing left on Algonquin Road and then turning right on Blackjack Road. Continue to a left turn on Kibler Road to the turnaround and return to Blackjack Road. Turn right on Blackjack Rd and right on Mount Pony Road to the intersection of Route 3. Proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School. Bus #40 Northridge Apartments at Amelia and Mariel Way, Kerr Place, Belle Avenue, Belle Grove Court, Daisy Meadow, Mint Leaf Way, Spencer Street, Yancey Street, Nalle Street Following the drop off of students at EVHS/FTB, begin picking up elementary students at North Ridge Apartments at 7:30 a.m. Turn right on Ira Hoffman and continue to a right turn on Belle Ave and pick up students at intersections with Kerr Pl, Belle Grove Ct., and Daisy Meadow, continuing student pickups to Cranberry La. Then proceed to Spencer St. and Yancey St. for student pickups. Then proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School. Bus #41 River Mill Road, Richards Ferry Road, Port Rapids Rd., Walker Lane, Eleys Ford Road, Green Hill Lane, Halls Road, Burwell Street, Kron Court, Curtis Mill Lane, Jennings Road, Fields Mill Road, White Rock Drive, Revercomb Road, Ellis Road, North Side of Route 3. Begin student pick up at 6:00 a.m., at the end of River Mill Road. Then, turn right on Richards Ferry Road to a right on Port Rapids Rd. Turnaround and turn right on Richards Ferry Road to a right on Walkers Lane. Return to right on Richards Ferry Road and turn left on Eleys Ford Road. Proceed on Eleys Ford Road to Green Hill Lane. Resume student pick up on the way back on Eleys Ford Road to a left on Halls Road. Proceed to the turn around and resume student pick up on the way back to Eleys Ford Road to include students living on Burwell Street and Kron Court. Turn left on Eleys Ford Road and continue student pick up to left on Curtis Mill Lane. Proceed to the turn around and resume student pick up on the return to Eleys Ford Road. Pick up on Eleys Ford Road and turn left onto Jennings Road proceeding to the turnaround picking up students on the return. Turn left on Eleys Ford Road and continue picking up students. Turn right on Fields Mill Road proceed to and turn around at Church Lane. Turn left on White Rock Drive and then right on Eleys Ford Road.

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Continue student pick up on Eleys Ford Road to Maddens Tavern Road. Continue on Revercomb Rd to a right on Rt. 3. Pick up students on the north side of Rt. 3 from Lignum to Culpeper, including Ellis Rd, and then proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School. Bus #45 East Street at Evans Street, Piedmont Street, Fairfax Street, Spencer Street, Yancey Street Begin student pick up at 7:30 a.m. at the intersection of East Street and Evans Street. Then turn right on East Street and left on Piedmont Street picking up students on Piedmont Street between East Street and Wine Street at street corners. Proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School after making pickups at Early Learning Center and Heritage Day Care. Bus #65 Hubbards Road, Remington Road, Newbys Shop Road, Haught Road, Kelly's Ford Road, Thoms Road, Berry Hill Road, Elkwood Crossing, Richlands Road, Beverly Ford Road, St. James Church Road, Fleetwood Heights Road, Alanthus Road, Auburn Road, Inlet Road, Brandy Road, Braggs Corner Road, Nalles Mill Road, Wine Street, Fairfax Street, Spencer Street, Yancey Street, Nalle Place Begin student pickup at 6:25 a.m., on Hubbards Road at the intersection of James Madison Highway closest to the Fauquier County line. Pick up students on Hubbards Road to James Madison Highway, turn left and proceed to a right on Remington Road and right again on Newbys Shop Road. Resume student pick up to right on Kelly's Ford Road. Continue to the turn around and return to and turn right on Newbys Shop Road and proceed to a left on Haughts Road. Proceed to left on Kelly's Ford Road. Resume student pick up on Kelly's Ford Road back to left again on Newbys Shop Road. Proceed to right on Thoms Road and turn right on Berry Hill Road. Resume student pick up to a right on Elkwood Crossing. Proceed to the turn around and resume student pick up on the return trip to Berry Hill Road. Turn right, cross railroad tracks to the traffic light and turn right on James Madison Highway. Proceed to a left on Willow Run Drive to the turn around. Proceed back to James Madison Highway, turn right, go back to the traffic light and turn right again on Beverly Ford Rd. Travel to Brandy Downs Lane, turn around and resume picking up students back to right on Fleetwood Heights Road. Turn right on Alanthus Road. Proceed to Farley Road, turn around and resume student pick up back to right on Auburn Road

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to left on Inlet Road. Pick up students on both sides of Inlet Road between Auburn Road and Brandy Road to include Willow Creek Road. Turn right on Brandy Road and turn left on Braggs Corner Road to Rogers Road and Nalles Mill Road. Turn right on Nalles Mill Road and proceed to the intersection of James Madison Highway. Proceed to Wine Street and right again on Fairfax Street and proceed to right on Spencer Street. Continue picking up students on Spencer Street at street corners with the last pickup being at the parking lot for Ann Wingfield Apartments (for Pearl Sample only). Proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School. Bus #93 Cedar Mtn Drive, Old Orange Rd, Winston Rd., Tearoom Ct, Murphy Ct, Kettle Club Rd., Miller Road, Cedar Run Church Rd to Buck Run Ct., Winston Rd., Madison Highway from Cedar Mtn Rd. Kettle Club Rd, Clair Manor Dr Begin student pickup at 7:41 a.m., on Old Orange Road at Clair Manor Dr, proceed to a left on to Williams Drive, turning right on James Madison Hwy. Pick up students to a left turn left on Cedar Mountain Road picking up students to the turnaround and returning to a right on Old Orange Road. Proceed to a right turn on to James Madison Hwy, then to a right on Kettle Club Road and a right on Miller Road. Turn left on Kettle Club and right on Cedar Run Church Road to a turnaround at Buck Run Ct. Return to Kettle Club turning right to James Madison Hwy proceeding to Pearl Sample Elementary School. Bus #112 York Road, Stevensburg Road, Greens Corner Road, Glen Ella Road, Bel Pre Road, Jonas Road, Bradford Road, Burgandine Avenue, Montanus Drive, Great Bridge Lane, Hillview Court, Begin student pick up at 6:50 a.m. on York Road (East end) at Germanna Highway. Turn right on Stevensburg Road continuing student pick to a left on Bel Pre. Pick up students on Bel Pre to a left on Jonas Rd to a left on Green’s Corner Road. Pick up students to a left on Glen Ella back to Bel Pre. Turn right on Bel Pre and left on Stevensburg Road crossing the railroad tracks. Continue student pickup on Brandy Road to Inlet Road. Turn right on Inlet (no student pickups) and left on Bradford. Resume picking up students on Bradford Road to Brandy Road. Turn right and Brandy Road and then right on Montanus Road (Madison Grove Subdivision.) Pick up students at intersection of Great Bridge, Hillview, and Burgandine. Proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School.

Bus #131 Maddens Tavern Road, Yellowbottom Road, Germanna Highway (near Lignum), Lignum Road, Edwards Shop Road, Stones Mill Road, Fields Mill Road, Corder Road, Childress Road, Kelly’s Ford Road, Haughts Lane, Newbys Shop Road, Youngs Lane, Thorns Road, Berry Hill Road, Mt. Dumpling Road, Stevensburg Road, Brandy Road Begin student pick up at 6:30 a.m., on Maddens Tavern Road at the intersection of Young’s Lane. Proceed on Eleys Ford Road and resume picking up students on Edwards Shop Road to a right on Yellowbottom Road. Turn right on Germanna Highway and pick up students on North Side of highway to a left turn on Lignum Road. Proceed right on Revercomb Road to Eleys Ford Road to a left on Edwards Shop Road and resume picking up students on Edwards Shop Road to Stones Mill Road including part of Fields Mill Road and Corder Road. Turn left on Stones Mill Road and continue picking up students to a left on Childress Road. Turn around on Childress Road and turn right on Stones Mill Road to a left on Kellys Ford Road. Turn left on Haughts Lane and continue student pickups to a left on Newbys Shop Road. Turn right on Stones Mill Road to Youngs Lane. Turn left on Youngs Lane to the turn around. Return to Stones Mill Road and turn left to Carrico Mills Road. Turn left on Carrico Mills Road and proceed to turn around picking up students on the way back on Carrico Mills Road to Brandy Station to include Thoms Road to Berry Hill Road. Turn left not. Dumpling Road and Stevensburg Road to the turn around. Return to Carrico Mills Road, turn left picking up students to the railroad crossing. Proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School. Bus #134 Locust Grove Road, Rapidan Road, Willis Ford Road, Twins Mountain Road, Mitchell Road, Somerville Road, Algonquin Trail, Zachary Taylor Highway, Cedar Grove Road, Raccoon Ford Road, Woolens Road, Lovers Lane. Begin student pick up at 6:00 a.m., at the county line on Locust Dale Road to a left on Rapidan Road. Turn right on Willis Ford Road and continue student pick up to turning around on Willis Ford Road, returning to right on Twins Mountain Road to the turn around. Proceed back to a right on Rapidan Road and resume student pickup to Mitchell. Circle Mitchell and then turn on Mitchell Road to a right on Somerville Road. Turn right on Twins Mountain Road to the turnaround and proceed across Zachary Taylor Highway on Algonquin Trail to turn

around. Resume student pick up on the way back to right on Zachary Taylor Highway. Continue student pick up to right on Cedar Grove Road to a right on Raccoon Ford Road. Proceed to turn around and resume student pick up on the return to right on Cedar Grove Road and right again on Woolens Lane. Turn around and pick up students on the way back to a right on Raccoon Ford Road. Turn right on Zachary Taylor Highway and turn left on Lovers Lane, picking up students to James Madison Highway. Proceed to Pearl Sample Elementary School picking up Pearl Sample students at Heritage Day Care and the Early Learning Center and Rainbow Day Care and Early Learning Center.

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PM 1st Wave buses to depart at approximately 3:45 p.m. PM 2nd Wave buses to depart at approximately 4 p.m. Bus #22 Finley Drive, Rocky Knoll, Red Oak Way, Belle Avenue, Stratton Boulevard, Harrier Lane at the Club House PM: This will be a 2nd Wave Bus, departing at approximately 4:00pm. Begin student pick up at 8:00 a.m. on Belle Avenue and Finley Drive. Pick up students on Finley Drive turning left on Rocky Knoll. Continue to a left on Red Oak Way and a right on Rocky Knoll. Continue picking up students on street corners to a right on Belle Avenue. Pick up students on the right side of Belle Avenue to a right on Stratton Boulevard and a right on Harrier Lane to the club house and turn left on Stratton Boulevard to Belle Avenue. Turn right and proceed on Belle Avenue picking up students living on the right side of the road to Business 29. Proceed to Sycamore Park Elementary School. Bus #36 Finley Drive at Rocky Knoll, street corners on Finley Drive to Belle Avenue, Amanda Court, Old Rixeyville Road, Fairview Road Begin student pick up at 8:00 a.m. on Finley Drive at the intersection of Rocky Knoll picking up students at street corners on Finley Drive. Students living on Amanda Court and Knicely Court will need to meet the bus at Finley Drive. Turn right on Meadow Lark and then turn right on Belle Avenue. Proceed to James Madison Highway and Sycamore Park Elementary School.

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Bus #44 North Ridge Blvd, Sherwood Forest, King St, Duke St, Garr Ave, Hendrick St., Spruce St., Fairview St. PM: Students will be transported on Bus # 105, running for Bus # 44 Begin student pickup at 7:50 a.m. at Northridge Subdivision with stops on Sherwood Forest Drive and Lee Hall Ct. Proceed to a left on Rixeyville Road and stop at Chestnut Fork Apartments. Continue to a left turn on Grandview Ave with stops on Mosby, Lee, and Farley. Turn right on Rixeyville Road picking up students at Garr Ave. Turn right on King St. picking up students at intersections with Queen St and Woodscape Apartments. Continue left on Duke back to Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Sycamore Elementary School. Bus #54 Stonehouse Mountain Road, Eggbornsville Road from Stonehouse Mtn to Cherry Hill, Alum Springs to Wagner La, Chestnut Fork from Rt 229 to Auburn Road, Ridgelea Subdivision, Churchill Subdivision, Auburn Road, Belle Ave from Rocky Knoll to Cranberry, Cranberry Begin student pick up at 7:40 a.m. at Stonehouse Mtn Road and Sperryville Pike. Pick up students on Stonehouse Mountain Road turning right on Eggbornsville Road. Pick up students to Cherry Hill Road. Proceed to a left on Alum Springs Road picking up students to Wagner Lane. The bus will turn around and proceed back to a left on Eggbornsville road. Continue to a left on Chestnut Fork Road and resume student pickups after crossing Rixeyville Road. Turn left on Ridgelea Ave picking up students back to Chestnut Fork Road. Turn left then right into Churchill Subdivision picking up students on Broadview and Westwind Lanes. Proceed back to Chestnut Fork Road turning right and then right again on Auburn Road. Continue picking up students until Inlet Road. Proceed to Bradford Road to a right on Business 29 to a right on Belle Ave. Resume picking up students from the intersection of Belle Ave and Rocky Knoll to a right on Cranberry. Pick up students on Cranberry until turning left on Rocky Knoll. Proceed to Sycamore Park Elementary School. Bus #71 Culpeper Commons, Hendrick Street PM: Students will be transported on Bus #76, running for Bus #71

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Begin student pick up at 8:10 a.m. on Belle Avenue at Spring Meadow Lane. Proceed to right on Rocky Knoll and resume student pickups at the other end of Spring Meadow Lane. Proceed to a right turn on Business 29 to a right turn on Hendrick Street, making pickups at intersection of Hendrick Street and E. Fairview Rd, and intersection of Hendrick Street and Spruce Street. Proceed to Sycamore Park Elementary. Bus #73 Cherry Hill Road, Randle Lane (West Lakes Subdivision), Eggbornsville Road, Chestnut Fork Road, Longwood Drive, Richmond Drive, Old Rixeyville Road Begin student pickup at 7:55 a.m. at Eggbornsville Road and Rixeyville Road. Pick up students on Eggbornsville Road to a left turn on Cherry Hill Road. Continue to a turnaround at Woodland Church Road. Continue picking up students to a right on Randle Lane. Turn around and return to a right on Cherry Hill Road and a right on Eggbornsville Road. Turn left on Chestnut Fork Road and continue picking up students to Rixeyville Road. Turn right picking up students to a right on Richmond Road. Turn around and proceed to Old Rixeyville Road. Resume picking up students Sperryville Pike. Proceed up Rixeyville Road to a left on Fairview and resume picking up students to Old Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Sycamore Park Elementary School. Bus #92 Cotton Tail, Belle Avenue, Golden Rod Road, Martina Way, Gold Finch Drive PM: Students to be transported on Bus#76, running for Bus #92 Begin student pick up at 8:05 a.m. on Cotton Tail (west side of Belle Avenue) at Belle Avenue. Pick up students at intersections and turn left on Golden Rod Road. Turn right on Martina Way and continue pick-ups at intersections. Turn right on Gold Finch Drive. Turn right on Cotton Tail back to Belle Avenue. Turn right and proceed to Sycamore Park Elementary School.

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Hiden Avenue, Meander Drive, Barberry Street, Azalea Street, Hiden Avenue, Overlook Street, Vantage Place, Highview Court PM: This will be a 2nd Wave bus, departing at approximately 4:00 p.m. Begin student pick up at 8:00 a.m. at the intersection of James Madison Highway and Hiden Avenue to a left on Meander Drive. Turn right on Barberry Street. Turn right on Hiden Street. Turn right again on Meander Drive to a right on Azalea Street. Resume student pick up on Azalea Street to Belle Avenue. Turn right on Belle Avenue and proceed to a right on Overlook Street. Resume student pick up to a left on Vantage Place and Highview Court. Proceed to right on James Madison Highway and right on Hendricks Street to Sycamore Park Elementary School.

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Depart Eastern View High School to a left on James Madison Highway (Bus 29). Turn right on Belle Ave and pick up (approximately 8:00 a.m.) students at the intersection of Belle Avenue and Belle Court. Proceed to Sycamore Park Elementary school.

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Road. Turn right and continue to Virginia Avenue. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School. Bus #23 Blossom Tree Road, Whitworth Drive, Hunters Road in Pelham’s Reach Subdivision PM: Students will be transported on Bus #111 (2nd Wave), running for Bus #23 Begin student pickup at 8:05 a.m. at Blossom Tree Road at the intersection of Sperryville Pike. Continue on Blossom Tree and pick up students at the intersections at Whitworth Drive and Hunters Road in Pelham Reach Subdivision. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School. Bus #81 Holly Crest, Virginia Avenue at Kearns Ct, Windermere Dr, and Keswick Drive Begin student pick up at 8:05 a.m. at the intersection of Holly Crest Drive on Blossom Tree Road. Proceed to right on Autumn Ridge Road and proceed to the intersection of Holly Leaf Road at the Autumn Ridge Road intersection. Turn right on Virginia Avenue. Resume student pick up at the intersections of Kearns Drive and Kearns Court. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School. Bus #90 Lakeland Court, Ambleside Drive, Langdale Court, Lakemont Court, Virginia Avenue, Sperryville Pike, Riverdale Circle, Cardinal View PM: This will be a 2nd wave bus, departing at approximately 4:00pm. Begin pick up at 7:55 a.m. on Sperryville Pike at Gardner Street. Pick up students on Sperryville Pike to a right turn on Riverdale Circle. Turn right back on to Sperryville Pike and continue picking up students until turning left on Virginia Ave. Proceed down Virginia Ave and resume picking up students at the intersections of Virginia Avenue and Langdale Court and Virginia Avenue and Lakeland Court. Students living on Lakeland Court, Ambleside Drive and Langdale Court will meet the bus at the intersection on Virginia Avenue. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School. Bus #106 Woodland Church Road, General Jeb Stuart, Dogwood Lane, Douglas Street, Dennis Street, Sperryville Pike, General Lee, Scott Street, Wayland Road, Franklin Meadows Drive, Stacey Court, Jenkins Avenue Begin student pick up at 7:40 a.m. on Sperryville Pike at the intersection of Woodland Church Road. Pick up

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students on Sperryville Pike, turning right on General Lee and then turning around and returning to Sperryville Pike. Turn right and continue picking up students to Scott Street. Continue to a right turn on Cherry Hill Road and then a right on Woodland Church Road. Resume picking up students on Woodland Church Road to Sperryville Pike including General Jeb Stuart Lane, Dogwood Lane, Douglas Street and Dennis Street. Turn left on Sperryville Pike picking up students to a left on St. Jameson Road, turn around, and turn left to head back down Sperryville Pike. Turn right on Wayland Drive picking up students from Westover Street to the turn around. The bus will proceed back over Wayland Road to left on Franklin Meadows Drive to the turnaround at the intersection of Stacey Court. Return on Franklin Meadows Drive and turn left on Jenkins Avenue back to Sperryville Pike. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School. Bus #109 Virginia Avenue, Fair wood Lane, Fair wood Drive, Deer Chase, Third Street, Glazier Street, Verdun Way, Snyder Lane, Fairview Village Court PM: This will be a 2nd wave bus, departing at approximately 4:00pm. Begin student pick up at 8:00 a.m. on Virginia Avenue at Autumn Ridge Road picking up students to a left on Fairwood Drive. Continue student pick up to a left on Deer Chase. Students living on Fairtree Lane must meet the bus at intersection with Fairwood Drive. Turn right on Virginia Ave and proceed to a left on Third Street and resume picking up students to a right on Glazier Street. Students living on Verdun Way, Snyder Lane and Fairview Village Court must meet the bus on the Third Street and Glazier Street intersection. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School. Bus #111 Autumn Ridge Road, Longview Lane, Dove Lane, Redbird Lane Begin student pick up at 8:00 a.m. on Autumn Ridge Road at the intersection of Blossom Tree, proceeding to Dove Lane, picking up students at street corners of Dove Lane and Cardinal Lane. Turn left on Virginia Avenue and continue picking up students the intersections of Redbird and Longview Lane. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School. Bus #132 Virginia Avenue, Holly Leaf, Autumn Ridge Road, Holly Crest, Kings Grant, Autumn Ridge

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PM: Students will be transported on Bus #90 (1st wave), running for Bus #132 Begin student pick up at 8:05 a.m. on Virginia Ave and Holly Leaf. Pick up students on Holly Leaf to a right on Autumn Ridge Road. Turn right and continue picking up students on Autumn Ridge Road to a left on Holly Crest Drive. Continue student pick up at intersections to right on Kings Grant. Turn left on Autumn Ridge, again picking up students at street corners to Virginia Avenue. Proceed to Yowell Elementary School.

CULPEPER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL / CULPEPER MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #8 High Country Lane, Obannons Mill Road, Sperryville Pike, Old Stillhouse Road, Hazeland Lane, Dunkard Church Road, Settletown Place, Celestine Acres, Eggbornsville Road, Stonehouse Mountain Road, North side of Sperryville Pike, Blossom Tree, Hunter’s Road, Virginia Ave, General Lee, Begin student pick up at 6:10a.m., on Turkey Ridge Road at High Country Lane to left on Sperryville Pike, continuing student pickups on the North side (left side only) of Sperryville Pike to left on Old Stillhouse Road. Continue on Old Stillhouse Road, including Hazeland Lane to the turnaround at Curling Creek Lane. Return to left on Dunkard Church Road to Eggbornsville Road including Settletown Place and Celestine Acres. Turn right on Eggbornsville Road and continue to right on Stonehouse Mountain Road and then to Sperryville Pike. Continue picking up students on the North side of Sperryville Pike, including General Lee Street to Woodland Church Road. Students living on General AP Hill Street and Hall Street need to meet the bus at Sperryville Pike. Proceed to Pelham’s Reach and turn right on to Blossom Tree. (Culpeper Middle School Students ONLY) Pickup at Blossom Tree and Hunter’s Road, and then proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School.

Bus #13 Hazel River Road, Settle School Road, Dutch Hollow Road, Alum Springs Road, Chestnut Fork Road FIRST RUN Begin student pick up at 6:15 a.m. on Hazel River Road at Hemlock Hollow to a turnaround at Monumental Mills Road. Return to left on Settle School Road to a turnaround at School House Lane. Return to a right on Dutch Hollow Road to Alum Springs Road. Turn right and continue on Alum Springs Road to Eggbornsville Road including Calvert Street. Proceed to left on Chestnut Fork Road. Resume student pickup on Chestnut Fork Road from Eggbornsville Road to Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. SECOND RUN Cottontail Drive, Gold Finch, Golden Rod, Rocky Knoll Arch, Red Oak Way Begin student pickups at 7:20 a.m. on Rocky Knoll Arch and Thomas Way and then Rocky Knoll Arch and Red Oak Way. Travel Finley Dr (no student Pickups) to intersection of Cottontail Drive. Resume student pickups on Cottontail Drive at intersection of Gold Finch Dr. Then turn right on Goldfinch Drive to Martina Way. Travel Martina Way to a left on Golden Rod Drive back to Cottontail Drive. Students will be picked up at corners. Proceed to Culpeper High and Culpeper Middle Schools. Bus #14 Sperryville Pike, Essex Street, Cherry Hill Road, Scantlin Mountain Road, Woodland Church Road, General Jeb Stuart, Dogwood Lane, Douglas Street, Dennis Street, Yowell Drive, Williams Street, Old Rixeyville Road Begin student pickup at 6:50 a.m. on Sperryville Pike at intersection of Scott’s Mill Road picking up Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School students on the north side of Sperryville Pike only. Turn left on Cherry Hill Road. Continue pickups, including Scantlin Mountain Road, to right on Woodland Church Road. Continue to Sperryville Pike including General Jeb Stuart Lane, Dogwood Lane, Douglas Street, and Dennis Street. Turn left on Sperryville Pike and resume picking up students on the north side of Sperryville Pike from Gibson Mill Road to Yowell Drive, including Bruce’s Lane (Culpeper Middle School students ONLY). Proceed to right on Virginia Avenue

to left on Fairwood Drive picking up at street corners. Turn left on Fox Den and continue student pick up to and right on Virginia Avenue. Proceed to right on Sperryville Pike and left on Old Rixeyville Road. Pickups will resume on Old Rixeyville Road from Williams Street to Fairview Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #15 Jeffersonton Road, Ferguson Lane, Springfield Circle, Myers Mill Road, Springs Road, Beaver Dam Road, Lindsay Court, Justin Lane, Countryside Circle FIRST RUN Begin student pick up at 6:25 a.m. on Jeffersonton Road at the intersection of Rixeyville Road. Continue on Jeffersonton Road to Myers Mill Road, including Ferguson Lane and Springfield Circle. Continue on Myers Mill Road to Springs Road. Turn left on Springs Road, including Beaver Dam Road and Lindsay Court to left again on Jeffersonton Road. Proceed to right on Springs Road and resume student pick up from Scottsville Road to Rixeyville Road. Turn left on Rixeyville Road and resume picking up students from Ryland Chapel Road to Jameson Mill Road, including Glen Verdant Drive. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. SECOND RUN Begin student pick up at 7:25 a.m. on Rixeyville Rd from Achievement Dr to Richmond Rd, turning right on Richmond Rd to pick up students to the turnaround. Return to a right on Rixeyville Road and a left on King St. Resume picking up students turning left on Duke Street. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #19 Eggbornsville Road, Campground Lane, Weslyn Drive, Old Stillhouse Road, Thomasson Lane, Hazel River Road, Settle School Road, Drogheda Mountain Road, Eggbornsville Road from Cherry Hill Road to Rt. 229 including Longwood Lane Begin student pick up at 6:25 a.m. on Eggbornsville Road at Campground Lane. Travel South on Eggbornsville Road to left on Old Stillhouse Road, picking up students to a left on Weslyn Drive to the trailer park. Turn left on Eggbornsville Rd to a right on Thomasson Lane including Heather Lane. Turn Left on to Eggbornsville Rd and proceed to a right turn on Dunkard Church Road to a right on Settletown

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place, picking up students, then turning back to take a left onto Dunkard Church road, proceeding to a right on Dulaney Road. Resume picking up students on Dulaney to a right on Eggbornsville Road. Continue on Eggbornsville Road picking up students to a left turn on Settle School Road and travel to School House Lane. Turn around and return to Eggbornsville Road, turn left and proceed to a left on Drogheda Mountain Road. Pick up students until turning around at Compton Lane and returning to Eggbornsville Road. Resume student pickups on Eggbornsville Road from Cherry Hill Road to Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #22 Jameson Mill Road, Bleak Hill Road, Alanthus Road, Brenridge Drive, Triview Drive, Fleetwood Heights, Hubbards Road, Brandy Road, Inlet Road, Bradford Road, Fairview Road, Beverly Ford Road, Hubbards Road, Begin student pick up at 6:15 a.m. on Jameson Mill Road at the intersection of Rixeyville Road to right on Bleak Hill Road. Continue on Bleak Hill Road to a left on Mt. Zion Church Road. Proceed to a right on Alanthus Road and resume student pick up to Brandy Station, including Triview and Brenridge Drive. Turn left on Fleetwood Heights picking up students to Berry Hill Road. Turn left on Beverly Ford Road to turnaround at Brandy Downs Lane and pick up students on the return to Rt 29. Turn left and proceed to Hubbards Road and resume picking up students. Cross over James Madison Highway to left on Alanthus and a right on Brandy Road picking up students on right side only to a right on Inlet Road. Continue on Inlet Road to a left on Bradford Road. Continue on Bradford Road to right on Brandy Road again and proceed to a right on Montanus Rd. Resume picking up students in Madison Grove. Continue on Business 29 and pick up students on Fairview between North Main St and Old Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #23 Docs Road, Korea Road, Waterford Road, Holly Springs Road, Sherwood Forest Drive, Lee Hall Court, and South Hall Court in Northridge Subdivision Begin student pick up at 6:20 a.m. on Monumental Mills Road at Rixeyville Road. Proceed up Monumental Mills picking up to a left on Homeland Road. Continue to a turnaround at Bailey’s Lane coming back down Homeland Road, including Woodward Lane, to a

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left on Doc’s Road. Continue student pickups to a right on Korea Road. Travel through Rappahannock County to Dodson Road and pick up students. Return to Waterford Road and resume student pickups at the county line. Pick up students on Waterford Road including Holly Springs Road to the intersection of Black Hill Road and Butler Store Road to the turnaround. Return to Waterford Road and continue to Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School after making pickups in Sherwood Forest Dr, Lee Hall court and South Hall Court in North Ridge Subdivision. Bus #24 Somerset Drive, Colvin Road, Rixeyville Road, Hazel River Church Road FIRST RUN Begin student pick up at 6:20 a.m. on Somerset Drive at Rixeyville Road. Pick up students on Somerset Drive in South Wales Subdivision to Colvin Road. Turn left and then right on Rixeyville Road picking up students from Black Hill Road to Rixeyville Lakes Court. Turn left on Rixeyville Lake Court and pick up students at intersection of Kenton Court. Return to a left on Rixeyville Road and proceed to a left on Hazel River Church Road picking up students back to Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. SECOND RUN Sperryville Pike (North Side to Yowell Dr), Riverdale Circle, Cardinal View, Yowell Dr. Begin student pick up at 7:05a.m. Chestnut Forks Apartments on North Main Street, then proceed to Sperryville Pike at Gardner St, picking up students on north side of Sperryville Pike turning right into Riverdale Circle. Continue back to a right on Sperryville Pike and continue picking up students on the north side up to a right into Cardinal View. Loop around and return to a right on the Pike and a right on Yowell Road. Turn around at Yowell Elementary School and proceed to CHS/CMS. Bus #28 Jeffersonton Road, Clover Hill Road, Lakota Road, Ryland Chapel Road, Mt. Zion Church Road, Old Holly Lane, Glenmore Court FIRST RUN Begin student pick up at 6:04 a.m. on Jeffersonton Road at intersection of Myers Mill Road. Travel South on Jeffersonton Road picking up students to a left on Clover Hill Road. Pick up

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students on Clover Hill Road and Lakota Road back to Ryland Chapel Road. Continue on Ryland Chapel Road from Lakota Road to Mt. Zion Church Road and turn left on Mt. Zion Church Road. Pick up students on Mt Zion Church Road to a right on Old Holly Lane to the end of State Maintenance. Return to Mt. Zion Church Road, turn right, and continue to pick up students to Chestnut Fork Road, including Glenmore Court. Continue straight and pick up students on Auburn Road to a Right on Inlet Rd. Pick up students on Willow Creek, turn around and return to a left on Inlet Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. SECOND RUN Old Rixeyville Road, Grandview Ave, Farley St, Mosby St, Lee St, Garr Ave, Belle Ave from Ira Hoffman to Cranberry, Overlook St, Vantage St and Highview Court Begin student pick up at 7:15 a.m. at intersection of Belle Ave and Kerr Pl. Pickup students on Belle Ave at the intersections of Kerr Place, Belle Grove Court, and Daisy Meadow and Cranberry Lane. Proceed to a right on Overlook St, picking up students on Overlook, Vantage Place, and Highview Court. Proceed to Business 29, then to Old Rixeyville Rd, picking up students to the intersection of 229 (Rixeyville Rd). Right turn onto Grandview Ave, picking up students on Grandview, Farley, Mosby, and Lee Streets. Turn right on Rixeyville Road and pick up at Garr St. Proceed to Culpeper High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #33 Jenkins Ave, Fox Den, Woodcrest Loop, Prosperity Rd, Monticello St, Amanda Ct, Knicely Ct. Begin picking up at 7:07 a.m., on Jenkins Ave, picking up students at intersections Westover St, then Meadows Court, turning left on Franklin Meadows, and then left onto Wayland Rd, proceeding to a right turn on to Sperryville Pike. Continue along Sperryville Pike to a right turn onto Virginia Ave. Follow Virginia Avenue to a left turn on Fox Den Rd, picking up students at intersections with Fairwood Dr and Woodcrest Loop. Turn left onto Woodcrest Loop, proceeding to a right turn onto Prosperity Rd. Turn right onto Virginia Ave, and proceed to a right turn onto Fourth Street. Follow Fourth Street to a left turn onto Monticello, picking up students at intersections until turning right onto Sperryville Pike. Take Sperryville Pike to Business 29, proceeding to Belle Avenue. Follow

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Belle Ave to a left turn onto North Finley Drive. Proceed along Finley Drive, picking up students at the intersections with Amanda Court and then Knicely Court. Proceed to a right turn on Cottontail Drive. Follow Cottontail Drive to Belle Ave, then, proceed to Culpeper High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #36 Autumn Ridge Road, Kings Grant Road, Holly Crest Drive, Blossom Tree Road, Longview Lane, Virginia Avenue, Old Rixeyville Road from Fairview Road to Rixeyville Road *****CULPEPER MIDDLE SCHOOL ONLY IN LAKE VIEW***** Begin Culpeper Middle School student ONLY pick up at 7:15 a.m. on Autumn Ridge Road at Virginia Avenue to right on Kings Grant. Continue picking up Culpeper Middle School students ONLY at street corners on Kings Grant, Holly Crest Drive and Blossom Tree Road from Holly Crest Drive to right on Autumn Ridge Road. Continue pickups for Culpeper Middle School students ONLY on Autumn Ridge Road to and left on Virginia Avenue. Continue from Autumn Ridge Road to and including Redbird Lane. Turn right on Sperryville Pike and then proceed to Culpeper Middle School. Bus #43 Left side Sperryville Pike, Old Turnpike Road, Dawn Avenue, Gray Street, Scotts Mill Road, Roys Lane, Eggbornsville Road, Wayland Road to town limits including Stacey Court, Cherry Hill Road from Eggbornsville Road to intersection of Woodland Church Road Begin student pickup at 6:40 a.m. on Sperryville Pike at Old Turnpike Road. Pick up students on Old Turnpike Road, Dawn Avenue, and Gray Street. Turn right Scotts Mill Road and resume student pickup to Eggbornsville Road. Students living on Roys Lane need to meet the bus at the intersection of Scotts Mill Road. Then, turn right on Eggbornsville Road and proceed to the intersection of Stonehouse Mountain Road. Resume student pickups on Eggbornsville Road from Stonehouse Mountain Road to and including Cherry Hill Road to the intersection of Woodland Church Road. Then proceed to Sperryville Pike via Woodland Church Road (no pickups) and proceed to a right on Wayland Rd, picking up students on Stacey Ct, Turn around, taking Wayland Rd back to Sperryville Pike, taking a right to proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School.

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Middle School. Bus #44 Quail Ridge Drive, Covey Circle, Running Quail Trail, Hunters Trail, Bob White Trail, Kavanaugh Meads Subdivision, Rocky Knoll between Belle Ave and Finley, Finley between Rocky Knoll and Belle Ave. Begin student pick up at 6:25 a.m. on Quail Ridge Drive at Holly Springs Road to a left on Covey Circle. Continue to a left on Hunters Trail and a right turn on Running Quail Trail. Turn left on Covey Circle back to Running Quail Trail. Turn left on Running Quail Trail and proceed to right on Bob White Trail. Turn left on Covey Cir. Proceed to Quail Ridge Drive and turn left, pick up on Quail Ridge Drive to Black Hill Road. Students living on cul-de-sacs must meet the bus on the main roads the bus travels. Turn left on Black Hill Road and pick up students to Rixeyville Road. Turn left and then right on Springs Road. Turn left into Countryside Estates picking up students on Countryside Circle. Return to Springs Road and turn right and then left on Scottsville Road. Resume picking up students to a right on Oak Shade Road to Little Fork Church. Turn left on Rixeyville Road and proceed to a left on Ira Hoffman and a right on Rocky Knoll. Resume student pickups at intersection of Rocky Knoll and Clubhouse Way. Turn left on Clubhouse Way to a left turn on Finley Drive back to Belle Ave, picking up students at the intersection of Clubhouse Way and Finley Dr. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #59 St. Jameson Road, Sperryville Pike, Jenkins Avenue, Franklin Meadows, Stacey Court, Wayland Road, Virginia Avenue, Lakeland Court, Ambleside Drive, Langdale Court, Whitworth Drive FIRST RUN *********CULPEPER MIDDLE SCHOOL ONLY******** Begin Culpeper Middle School student pickups at 6:35 a.m. on St Jameson Road to a left on Sperryville Pike. Turn right on Sperryville Pike and proceed to right on Virginia Avenue. Resume picking up Culpeper Middle School students ONLY on Virginia Avenue to and including Lakeland Court, Ambleside Drive, and Langdale Court students must meet the bus on Virginia Avenue. Proceed to left on Autumn Ridge Road and left on Blossom Tree Road. Resume picking up Culpeper Middle School students ONLY at Whitworth Drive and Sperryville Pike. Turn right and proceed on Sperryville Pike making pickups from Glazer Street to Monticello Street. Proceed to Culpeper

SECOND RUN ************* CHS/CMS *********************** Belle Avenue, Rocky Knoll, Madison Grove subdivision Begin student pick up at 7:25 a.m. on Belle Avenue at the intersection of Business 29 picking up students on the right side of Belle Avenue to include Culpeper Commons (but not Culpeper House) to right on Rocky Knoll continuing student pickup on the right side to Ira Hoffman. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #71 Indian Run Road, Holly Springs Road, Colvin Road, Burlington Drive, Alamance Drive, Atkins Trail Lane, Tonys Court, Black Hill Road, Sheads Mountain Road, Catalpa Drive Begin student pickup at 6:35 a.m., on Indian Run Road in Culpeper County near Lee Highway. Turn right on Holly Springs Road to turn around at intersection of Black Hill Road. Return on Holly Springs Road and continue to right on Lee Highway. Proceed to Colvin Road and turn right. Resume student pickups on Colvin Road from Lee Highway to Rixeyville Road including Burlington Drive, then right on Adrienne Place and right on Alamance Drive, Atkins Trail Lane and Tony's Court. Students living in cul-de-sacs will meet the bus at intersections of the roads mentioned above. Turn right on Rixeyville Road and then right on Black Hill Road. Resume picking up students at intersection of Quail Ridge Drive. Turn around at Registers Woods Drive and then turn right on Sheads Mountain Road. Continue to pick up students to a right on Rixeyville road. Travel south on Rixeyville Road and pick up students on Catalpa Drive. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #73 Virginia Ave at Longview for CMS only. CCHS/CMS for Hiden Avenue, Meander Drive, Barberry Street, Azalea Street, Hendricks Street, Radio Lane FIRST RUN: Begin student pick up at 6:45 a.m., on Virginia Avenue at Longview Lane and Holly Leaf for CMS students only. Then proceed to Belle Avenue and Stratton Boulevard picking up CCHS and CMS students on Stratton. Turn right on Harrier Lane picking up students to Kestral Court. Turn right on Belle Avenue to a right on James Madison Highway to a right on Hiden Avenue. Turn left picking up students on Meander Drive, Barberry Street, and Azalea St. Return to

James Madison Highway, turn right and proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Hendricks Street, Radio Lane SECOND RUN Begin student pick up at 7:25 a.m., on Hendricks Street, picking up students at intersections. Turn left on Radio Lane picking up secondary students at Sycamore Park Elementary School and the steps in front of school board office. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #76 Alum Springs Road, Dutch Hollow Road, Windmill Way, Dutch Drive, Horseshoe Court, , Broadview Lane, Westwind Lane, Ridgelea FIRST RUN Begin student pick up at 6:20 a.m., on Dutch Hollow Road at Chestnut Fork Road. Pick up students on Dutch Hollow Road to a right on Dutch Drive. Pick up students in Dutch Hollow Subdivision on Dutch Drive, Dutch Hollow Drive, and Windmill Way. Turn right on Alum Springs Road and continue picking up students to a right on Horseshoe Court. Turn right on Alum Springs Road and continue to Rixeyville Road. From Rixeyville Road, turn left onto Chestnut Fork Road to a right on Broadview Lane, picking up students on Westwind Lane, and Broadview Lane, turning left back on to Chestnut Fork Road to a right on Ridgelea Avenue, picking up students back to Chestnut Fork. Turn Right on to Chestnut Fork, and then turn left to Rixeyville Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. SECOND RUN Finley Drive, Meadow Lark Begin student pick up at 7:25 a.m., at the intersection of Martina Way and Finley Drive. Pick up students at street intersections up to a right on Meadow Lark. Continue picking up students at street intersections up to Belle Ave. Proceed to Culpeper High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #91 Wildwood Circle, Lee Highway, Waterloo Road, Dulin Drive Begin student pick up at 6:25 a.m., on Wildwood Circle in Wildwood Forest. Then turn right on Lee Highway (East bound), turn around at Freeman Drive and continue on Lee Highway (West bound) to Waterloo Road. Turn right on Waterloo Road making all pickups to Freeman Drive including Dulin Drive. Proceed on Freeman Drive (NO PICKUPS) to left on Lee Highway (East bound). Resume student pick up from

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need to meet the bus at Stratford Drive. Proceed to right on Rixeyville Road to left on Oak Shade Road including Little Fork Church Road, back to Rixeyville Road. Turn left on Ryland Chapel and resume picking up students, including those on Shiloh Church Road, to a right turn on Jameson Mill Road, then picking up students up to Bleak Hill Road. Proceed to Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School. Bus #111 Eastern View and Culpeper Middle Students only at Glazier Street, 3rd Street, Virginia Avenue, Claire Page Way, Colonels Court Begin student pick up at 6:50 a.m., for EASTERN VIEW HIGH and CULPEPER MIDDLE STUDENTS on Glazier Street at Sperryville Pike to 3rd Street. Turn left and pick up to Virginia Avenue. Pick up students at Claire Page Way and Colonels Court. Proceed to Culpeper Middle School and then Eastern View High School.

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Begin student pick up at 6:10 a.m., on Griffinsburg Road at Whippoorwill Lane to the intersection of Shanktown Road and Reva Road, including Stoney Run Drive (Fields at Griffinsburg). Continue on Shanktown Road to the intersection of Reva Road. Proceed West on Reva Road to the second entrance of Seven Springs subdivision including Riverbend Estates. Turn around and return on Reva Road, proceed on Cabin Road and turn left on Novum Road Proceed to left on Oakland Road. Turn around and return to left on Duncan Trail continuing pickups to Reva Road. Turn right on Reva Road and proceed to James Madison Highway. Turn right on James Madison Highway and right on Hoover Road. Proceed to the turnaround and head back to the highway. Turn left onto James

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Madison Hwy and proceed to Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School. Bus #16 Hudson Mill Road, North Merrimac Road, Crestview Place, Over Street, Heritage Drive, Lakemont Drive, Shady Lane, Mountain Run Lake Road, Lake Front Court, Pelham View Drive, Ivy Street, Hawthorne Avenue, Friendship Heights (FTB Students Only) Begin student pick up at 6:20 a.m., at Norman Road and Rt 29. Proceed up Reva Road continuing straight on Hudson Mill Road. Continue student pickups to a right on North Merrimac Road. Continue to Lakemont Drive to include student pick up on Crestview Place, Over Street and Heritage Drive. Turn left on Lakemont Drive picking up students to a left on Mountain Run Lake Road, including Lake Front Court and Woodland. Turn around at Gibson Mill Road and continue on Mountain Run Lake Road to James Monroe Highway including Pelham View Drive, Ivy Lane and Hawthorne Avenue in Overlook Heights. From Pelham View Dr, take a right on to Mountain Run Lake Rd, turning left on Granite Blvd, picking up students at intersection of Granite Blvd and Quartz Ave. Proceed along Granite Blvd, turning on to Madison Road picking up FTBMS students in Friendship Heights. Proceed to Southridge Parkway picking up EVHS students in Southridge Subdivision, including Middle Ridge, Ripple Brook, and Bridlewood. Proceed to Eastern View High School and Floyd T. Binns Middle School. Bus #18 Country Club Road, Stoneybrook Lane, Golf Drive, Sunset Lane (Mulberry Commons side), Mulberry Lane, Greens Court, Maplewood Drive, Laurel Street, Mimosa Street, Southridge Parkway, Willis Lane Begin student pick up at 7:00 a.m., on Country Club Road at Madison Road to left on Stoneybrook Lane. Continue pickups on street corners to right on Golf Drive. Proceed to the turnaround and pick up students on return trip to Madison Road. Turn right and proceed to a right on Sunset Lane to Mulberry Greens subdivision. Return to James Madison Highway and turn right. Proceed to a left on Willis Lane and resume student pickups to turning around at Village of Culpeper. Return to right on Southridge Parkway. Continue student pickups on South Ridge Parkway to James Madison Highway and turn right. Proceed to

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right on Laurel Street. Resume student pick up to Orange Road. Students at Mountain View Apartments, Mimosa Street, Willow lawn Drive, Blossom Street and Momingside Drive, must meet the bus on Laurel Street. Proceed to Eastern View High and Floyd T. Binns Middle Schools. Bus #40 Both sides of James Monroe Highway from Madison County line to Culpeper, Birmingham Road, North Merrimac Road Lewis Drive, Piedmont Springs Road including Fernwood Road and Winterwood Court, Reva Road from Route 229 to Glebe Way, Oak Drive and Little Oak Drive in Reva Park subdivision. Begin student pick up at 6:15a.m., on Route 29, James Monroe Highway, at the town limits and proceed southbound to a right on Little Oak Dr, picking up students on Oak Drive and Little Oak Drive in Reva Park subdivision. From Oak Drive, turn left on to Hudson Mill Rd to the 29 Intersection. Turn right on to 29. Resume pickups on Route 29. Upon nearing the county line, cross over Rt 29 at Leon’s Junk Yard and continue pickups on the southbound side back to the town limits. Proceed to Floyd T. Binns Middle and Eastern View High School. Bus #45 Forsythia Drive, Blue Spruce Drive, Sunset Lane, Cypress Drive, Chestnut Drive, Elmwood Drive, Orange Road from Aberdeen Drive to Route 3, Old Fredericksburg Road, Lightfoot Street. Begin student pick up at Pearl Sample Elementary School at 6:30 a.m. Travel left on Orange Road to a right on Laurel Street to a left on Blue Spruce. Pick up students at the intersection of Blue Spruce and Forsythia Drive. Travel left on Evergreen, cross Orange Road, and pick up students on Elmwood Drive, Chestnut Drive, and Cypress Drive. Turn left on Sunset Drive and pick up students to Orange Road. Turn left on Orange Road and resume picking up students on Orange Road at road intersections to Route 3. Turn right on Route 3 and left on Old Fredericksburg Road and pick up students at High Street and Lightfoot Street. Proceed to EVHS and FTBMS. Bus #48 Meadowbrook Begin pick up at 7:05 a.m., along Meadowbrook Drive, making pickups to the townhouses at the end of the road. Proceed to Eastern View High School and Floyd T. Binns Middle

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Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School. Bus #85 Emerald Hill Road, Major Brown Drive, Slate Mills Road, Smiths Mountain Way, Obannons Mill Road, Boston Drive, South side of Sperryville Pike, Eastern View High School Students ONLY from Gibson Mill Road to Blue Ridge Avenue, Autumn Ridge Road, Virginia Avenue, Red Bird Lane, Fawn Lane, Longview Lane, Holly Leaf Road, Blossom Tree Road Begin student pick up at 6:25 a.m., on Emerald Hill Road to the Madison/ Culpeper county line. Turn around and return to left on Major Brown Drive. Proceed to a right on Slate Mills Road. Resume student pickups at the Rappahannock county line from Smiths Mountain Way to Sperryville Pike, including Obannons Mill Road and Boston Drive. Pick up Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School students on the South side of Sperryville Pike from Boston to Gibson Mill Road including Lanes Farm Lane. Turn right on Blossom Tree and begin EVHS students only pick up at the intersection of Autumn Ridge Road. Continue pickups at intervals to intersection of Blossom Tree and Virginia Ave. Travel to Sperryville Pike and continue picking up EVHS and FTB students to Blue Ridge Ave. Proceed to F.T. Binns Middle School and Eastern View High School. Bus #90 Broad Street, Birch Drive, Aberdeen Drive, Soho Court, Picadilly Circus. Begin student pick up at 7:00 a.m., at the intersection of Broad Street and Lamphier Street. Pick up students on Broad Street then proceed down Route 3 to a left on Orange Road to right on Aberdeen Drive. Resume student pickups on Aberdeen Drive, Soho Court, Picadilly Circus, to the intersection of Birch Drive and Sunset Lane. Turn left on Sunset Lane and proceed to Orange Road. Turn right and proceed to Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School. Bus #92 Newbys Shop Road, Kellys Ford Road, Elkwood Crossing, Berry Hill Road, Thoms Road, Haughts Lane, Corder Road, Stones Mill Road, Childress Road, Youngs Lane, Carrico Mills Road, Maddens Tavern Road, Mt. Dumplin Road, Stevensburg Road, Bel Pre Road, Greens Corner Road, Piedmont Street from Clay to East. Begin student pick up at 6:05 a.m.,

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on the Remington end of Newbys Shop Road just past the railroad tracks. Continue student pickups to a right on Kellys Ford Road and turn left at Elkwood Crossing. Continue to and left on Berry Hill Road, to Thoms Road. Turn left on Thoms Road, proceed to Newbys Shop Road and turn left. Then, right on Kellys Ford Road. Pick up students to the turnaround at Fields Mill Road and return to a left turn on Corder Road. Continue to a left on Stones Mill Road then left on Childress Road to the turn around. Return to a left on Stones Mill Road to a left on Youngs Lane. Pick up students on Maddens Taverns from Revercomb Rd to Carrico Mills Road. Turn right on Carrico Mills Road picking up students to right onto Stones Mill Road. Turn around and return to right on Carrico Mills Road. Then turn left on Mt. Dumpling Road. Turn on to Bel Pre Road and turn left on Jonas Road. Turn right on Greens Corner Road to Eastern View High School. Then proceed to Piedmont Street picking up FTBMS students from Clay to East Street. Proceed to F.T. Binns Middle School.

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and right on Oaklawn Drive. Return to Blue Ridge Avenue and proceed to Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School. Bus #111 Eastern View and Culpeper Middle Students only at Glazier Street, 3rd Street, Virginia Avenue, Claire Page Way, Colonels Ct. Begin student pick up at 7:20 a.m., for EASTERN VIEW HIGH and CULPEPER MIDDLE STUDENTS on Glazier Street at Sperryville Pike to 3rd Street. Turn left and pick up to Virginia Avenue. Pick up students at Claire Page Way and Colonels Court. Proceed to Culpeper Middle School and then Eastern View High School. Bus #129 River Mill Road, Richards Ferry Road, Walkers Lane, Eleys Ford Road to intersection of Yellowbottom Road, Halls Road, Burwell Street, Kron Court, Jennings Road, Curtis Mill Road, Yellowbottom Road, Germanna Highway from Yellowbottom Road to Lignum Road, Lignum Road, Jacobs Ford Road, Chestnut Drive and Blue Spruce Drive to Forsythia Drive in High Point subdivision Begin student pick up at 6:10 a.m., on River Mill Road to a left on Richards Ferry Road. Proceed to the turn around and resume on Richards Ferry Road to Eleys Ford Road to include Walkers Lane. Turn left on Eleys Ford Road and proceed to turn around at Green Hill Lane. Turn left on Halls Road. Proceed to turn around at the end of the road and resume pickups on the return trip to Eleys Ford Road, including Burwell Street and Kron Court. Turn left and continue on Eleys Ford Road to White Rock Drive, including Jennings Road and Curtis Mill Road. Proceed to left on Yellowbottom Road resuming pickups to Germanna Highway. Continue picking up students on Germanna Highway to Lignum Road and Jacobs Ford Road. Proceed to Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School. Bus #130 Edwards Shop Road, Fields Mill Road, Eleys Ford Road, White Rock Drive, Yellowbottom Road, Germanna Highway, Lignum Road, Jacobs Ford Road, Blue Spruce, Post Oak Begin student pick up at 6:05 a.m., on Revercomb Road and Edwards Shop Road. Pick up students on Edwards Shop Road to a right on

Fields Mill Road. Turn left on White Rock Road and continue back to Fields Mill Road. Turn right and continue to Route 3, Germanna Highway. Turn right on Germanna Highway and resume student pickups on Germanna Highway to Route 29. Proceed to Eastern View High School. Then proceed to Orange Road entering Highpoint Subdivision on Laurel Street, to Blue Spruce and Post Oak Road picking up FTBMS students only. Proceed to F.T. Binns Middle School. Bus #132 Camp Road, Kirtley Trail, Allens Lane, White Shop Road from Allens Lane to South Merrimac Road, Store Road, Jann Court, Merrimac South subdivision, South Merrimac Road Begin student pick up at 6:35 a.m., at end of Camp Road. Return to a left turn on Kirtley Trail to the turn around. Proceed back on Kirtley Trail Road to a right on Old Mill Road to the turnaround. Pick up students as you return to a left on Kirtley Trail and right on Allens Lane. Turn right on Allens Lane continuing to pick up students to a right on White Shop Road. Continue picking up students to a left on South Merrimac Road. Pick up students on the way to Rt 29 including Store Road and Jann Court. Turn left (south) on Rt 29 and turn left on Monitor Court into Whiteshop Estates. Pick up students on Monitor and Sumter Road. Students on Bay Court must walk out to meet the bus. Return to Rt 29 and proceed to FTBMS and EVHS. Bus #133 Dove Hill Road, White Shop Road from intersection of South Merrimac to Old Orange Road Rolling Hills Drive, West Court, East Court, Old Orange Road, Williams Drive, Clair Manor Drive, Stallion Road, Equestrian Lane Begin student pick up at 6:30 a.m., on Dove Hill Road at James Madison Highway. Pick up students on Dove Hill to a right on White Shop Road. Continue to Old Orange including Rolling Hills Drive, West Court and East Court. Turn right on Old Orange Road and left on Williams Drive. Pick up on Williams Drive in Fairview Acres subdivision to a right on Old Orange Road. Turn left into Clairmont Manor subdivision on Clair Manor Drive. Pickup students to the end of the subdivision and return to Old Orange Road and turn left. Students living in cul-de-sacs must walk to the main road. Continue on Old Orange Road to and turn left

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onto Stallion Road, then a right on Equestrian Lane and loop back to left on Old Orange Road. Turn right into Leander View to turn around and return to Old Orange Road. Turn right and continue to Madison Road. Proceed to Orange Rd picking up FT Binns Students ONLY at the intersections of Gum St, Saunders St, and Wolford St. Proceed to Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School.

on Monument Lane need to meet the bus on Woodcrest Loop. Continue around the loop to and turn left on Fox Den picking up students at street corners. Turn left on Fairwood Drive and continue back to Virginia Avenue, turn right and proceed on Virginia to the intersection of Fourth Street, turn right, then left onto Monticello Ave. Resume pickups Fourth Street to Sperryville Pike. Proceed to Eastern View High School.

Bus #135 Robinson River Road, White Oak Road, Oak Forest Drive, Crockett Avenue, Cedar Ridge Road, James Madison Highway, Carver School Road, General Winder Road, Three Flags Subdivision (F.T. BINNS Students Only)

Bus #137 York Road, Stevensburg Road, Greens Corner Road, Jonas Road, Glen Ella Road, Brandy Road, Braggs Corner Road, Rogers Road, Nalles Mill Road, East St & Chandler Street, Orange Road at Standpipe Road, Evergreen Drive, Gum Street, Field Stone Drive, Osprey Lane, Scenic Creek Drive

Begin student pick up at 6:20 a.m., on Robinson River Road at Fincher Drive. Cross over James Madison Highway and resume student pick on White Oak Road, including Oak Forest Drive and Crockett Avenue, back to a left on James Madison Highway. Continue to a left on Cedar Ridge Road. Pick up students back to a left on James Madison Highway. Continue to a left turn on Carver School Road to a left on General Winder Road. Proceed to the turnaround and resume pickups on the return trip on General Winder to James Madison Highway. Turn left and continue student pickups on James Madison Highway to Lovers Lane. Proceed to Three Flags Subdivision and pick up F.T. BINNS ONLY. All students are to meet the bus on the corners with Osprey Lane, Lakeford Drive, and Live Oak Drive. Proceed to Eastern View High School and F.T. Binns Middle School. Bus #136 Virginia Avenue, Windermere Drive, Autumn Ridge Road, Fox Den, Woodview Road, Deer Chase Road, Fairwood Drive, Fairwood Lane, Woodcrest Loop, Prosperity Road **********EASTERN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL ONLY************ Begin student pickups for Eastern View High School students ONLY at 7:05 a.m., on Virginia Avenue (Redwood Lakes) from Kearns Court to Kearns Drive, including Windermere Drive. Proceed on Virginia Avenue to pickups at the intersections from Fairwood Drive to Prosperity Road. Turn right on Prosperity Road and left on Woodcrest Loop picking up students at the intersections. Students living

Begin student pick up at 6:05 a.m., at the west end of York Road at the intersection of Germanna Road. Proceed to and left on Stevensburg Road and turn left on Greens Corner Road and then a right turn on Jonas Road. Turn right on Bel Pre Road (no pickups). Turn right on Glen Ella Road and resume student pick up to left on Greens Corner Road. Continue to a left turn on Stevensburg Road and pick up students to Bel Pre Road. Continue on Stevensburg Road to a left on Carrico Mills Road. Cross the railroad tracks at Brandy Station and resume student pick up on Brandy Road, left side only, to a left on Braggs Corner Road. Turn right on Rogers Road and continuing to Nalles Mill Road picking up students to Business 29.Proceed to F.T. Binns Middle School. After leaving FTBMS pick up EVHS students only. Turn left out of Grandview Ave and proceed to East St and Chandler St and pick up students. Continue travelling to Orange Road (Rt 15) and pick up students at street intersections to Gum Street, turning left on Standpipe Road, picking up students at intersection of Standpipe Road and Magnolia Circle, turning right onto Magnolia Circle, travelling to intersection of Juniper Drive to pick up students, then proceeding to a stop at the intersection of Standpipe Road and Magnolia Circle. Turn left on Standpipe Road and proceed to a left turn on Orange Road. Travel to Three Flags Subdivision and pick up students at Field Stone Boulevard and Live Oak Drive. Turn left on Osprey Lane and pick up students to right on Scenic Creek Lane. Pick up students at intersections with Lakeford Drive and Live Oak Drive. Proceed to Eastern View High School.

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Culpeper Times • August 2-8, 2018

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Culpeper County Sheriff's Office: July 18-24 Following are the county police reports from July 18-24. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Age: 25, Black/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-6/145 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 14193 Norman Rd., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Shoplift Alter Price/Conceal – Goods >=$200 and Concealment, Price Alter Merchandise <$200 and Fail to Appear.

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July 18 Luis Adrian Zarate Ramirez, 34, 180 block Aberdeen Drive, Culpeper, failure to return rental property greater or equal to $200 Koresha Shenika Greene, 36, 70 block Sumner Ave. NW, Concord, welfare fraud: larceny greater or equal to $200 Brandon Lee Heflin, 23, 19200 block Carpenters Branch Road, Brandy Station, possession of marijuana Kevin James Postelle, 37, 10400 block River Road, Rixeyville, assault and battery of a family member

July 19 Ronald James Galusha Jr., 28, 9200 block Clyde Lane, Culpeper, bail/peace release Danielle Dawn Mudery, 26, 40 block View Drive, Front Royal, violation of probation on felony charge (two counts) July 20 Jose Leann Ayers, 23, 1900 block Crepe Myrtle Lane, Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance (two counts) July 21 Dayatra Tashun Thompson, 29, 1000 block S Constitution Rte Apt 4, Dillwyn, possession of controlled substances, driving with suspended or revoked license July 22 Charles George Bauer, 49,

10200 block Keys Lane, Rixeyville, possession of controlled substances July 23 Clayton Dwayne Watson, 39, 24700 block Raccoon Ford Road, Culpeper, felonious assault Jessie Lee Keyser, 32, 6500 block Balls Mill Road, Bealeton, contempt of court Terry Joe Squier Jr., 24, 5500 block Beach Road, Midland, driving with suspended or revoked license July 24 Douglas Edward Haines Jr., 41, 15300 block Flat Run Road, Elkwood, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance, possession of marijuana Jordan Daniel Harrington, 26, 10200 block Conde Road, Marshall, violate condition of release

Culpeper Town Police: July 23-29 Katherine Leona Colona Age: 37, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-0/145 Hair/Eye: Brown/Hazel Last known: 2176 Brown Ln., Amissville, Va. Wanted for: Grand Larceny.

Joseph Scott Coxton Age: 30, Black/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-4/140 Hair/Eye: Brown/Hazel Last known: Unknown Address. Wanted for: Probation Violation on Felony Charge.

Linda Ann Thompson Age: 62, Black/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-5/145 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 710 Fairfax St. 6, Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Possession of Schedule I, II Controlled Substance. Warrants current as of Aug. 1

Following are the police reports from July 23-29. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. July 23 Juan Carlos Sanchez-Perez, 27, 500 block Fourth St., Culpeper, refusal of second test within 10 years, unlawful damage to monument with no intent to steal, abuse and neglect of children, driving under the influence of alcohol, no drivers license James Harrison Jr., 64, 600 block N. Main St., Culpeper, third or subsequent offense of larceny or theft Travis Ross May, 38, 100 block S. West St., Culpeper, intentional damage to monument greater than or equal to $1000 Danny Ross May, 63, 100 block S. West St., Culpeper, intentional damage to monument greater than or equal to $1000 July 24 Gregory Eugene Orange Jr., 18, 100 block E. Chandler St., Culpeper, possession of marijuana Ryan Clark Chapman, 25, 14000 block Horseshoe Ct., Culpeper, violation of protective orders July 25 Christina Marie Owens, 43, 20000 block Camp Road, Culpeper, sentence to community based corrections program or facility Lauren Ann Berry, 22, 500 block Greens Ct., Culpeper, revocation of pretrial Brittany Leigh Cubbage, 26, 14000 block Wispering Pines Lane, Rixeyville, possession of controlled substances Gerardo Vasquez-Santizo, 21, 300 block N. Commerce St., Culpeper, failure to appear July 26 Trae Dechele Grose, 31, 1800 block Broad St., Culpeper, revocation of suspended sentence and probation

July 27 James Donuall Carpenter, 36, 1800 block Picadilly Circus, Culpeper, contempt of court Kenneth Damon Delaney, 42, 1300 block S. St. Northwest, Washington, drunk in public, profane language, trespassing after being forbidden to do so Frank Baylus Whorton III, 34, 9000 block Dunkard Church Road, Rixeyville, obtaining money by false pretenses (two counts) Jesus Israel Samayoa, 24, 300 block, Lafayette Drive, Culpeper, driving after forfeiture of license German Geovani Perez-Domingo, 28, 600 block Mountain View Drive, Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance Tyra Lynn Minor, 20, 1100 block Stuart St., Culpeper, possession of marijuana July 28 Tyler Shane Bailey, 21, 800 block Autumn

Ridge Road, Culpeper, possession of marijuana Obed La Rosa Dean, 22, 1800 block Cottontail Drive, Culpeper, obstructing justice Jacob Scott Misick, 27, 100 block E. Main St., Remington, grand larceny Alberto Rivas, 20, 7900 block 25th Ave., Prince George, possession of marijuana, contributing to the delinquency of a minor (two counts) July 29 Michael Paul Procino, 62, 3700 block Terrace Drive, Annandale, trespassing after being forbidden to do so Danny Perez, 21, 400 block Clay St., Culpeper, revocation of suspended sentence and probation Steven Joseph Brown, 38, 400 block Hancock St., Berryville, possession of controlled substances, revocation of pretrial

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