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Culpeper Times • April 20-26, 2017
“SON-RISE” SERVICE: Easter came in with fanfare as area churches and congregations celebrated Sunday. Kevin Walton shared this photo inviting all to join Mount Lebanon Baptist Church as they gathered for an early morning service at their new property across from the Boston store on Route 522.
DOG FRIENDLY: Grill 309 on Main Street recently celebrated a one year anniversary. Their outside patio area is perfect for customers with canines where they are welcomed. Tami Coughlin and her three sons, Owen (10) and twins Conrad and Wyatt (19) enjoyed a sunny afternoon along with their young Newfoundland Guinness. Results Net A Buck Fundraiser Nets Good
SOARING SCOUT: Noah Goshen was honored at April’s Culpeper County Board of Supervisor’s meeting for his Eagle Scout project. He constructed a trophy case which now resides at Eastern View High School. Proud of his accomplishment, Goshen commented, “It’s a lofty honor to aspire to and means a lot.”
NETTING DONATIONS: The Culpeper Recreation Foundation, Inc. held its spring Net-A-Buck fundraiser at the Culpeper Sports Complex on Saturday, April 8th. The event raised $1,350 that will go towards building an inclusive playground at the complex in the fall.
at the Culpeper Sports The Culpeper Recreation Foundation, Inc. held its spring Net-A-Buck fundraiser th building an inclusive Complex on Saturday, April 8 . The event raised $1,350 that will go towards playground at the complex in the fall.