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CHORUS KIDS. Four students from Emerald Hill Elementary School and one from Sycamore Park recently participated in the All Virginia Elementary Chorus with Mrs. Cathy ter Weele on April 2. A day long rehearsal culminated with a public concert at TC Williams High School in Alexandria, VA. All are to be congratulated for their dedication, beautiful singing and being excellent representatives for their schools. Pictured (l-r) Emma McCaughey, Emily Goudeau, Claudia Gentry, Laelia Croft and Parker Phillips. Cathy ter Weele in back row.

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HEAD START HELPERS. This week Head Start and Kid Central participated in the Week of the Young Child, a partnership with our community that promotes awareness and interaction with our community partners. We give a big “thank you” to the Culpeper Sheriff's Department and Culpeper Town Police who visited and read to students Tuesday. Pictured with the children is Deputy Dana Martz.

DOUBLE DELIGHT. Last Thursday’s gusty winds and downpour left behind a beautiful calling card. Donna Davis captured the double rainbow over Stevensburg. Thanks for sharing!

CRAFTY CUISINE. Owners Brittany and James Laughorn are holding a Hardywood Beer dinner at their restaurant, Grill 309, on Main Street. Starts at 6 p.m. April 18. Reserve a spot at (540) 764-4902.

I LIKE YOU BUT I LOVE ME MORE. Ashleigh Fairfax and Hailey Jackson traveled to the VAFCCLA competition in Virginia Beach and have made it to the National competition in San Diego in July. They have also applied for a trademark for their logo and are in the process of starting their own non-profit organization. These two debuted their slogan and event at CCHS in November 2015 focused on self esteem and confidence building for young girls. You go girls!


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April 14th, 2016 -- Culpeper Times  

April 14th, 2016 -- Culpeper Times