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Culpeper Times • April 27-May 3, 2017

➤ Aging Together, from Page 4 Health Association Board, Rappahannock County Public Library Board of Trustees, the Rappahannock-Rapidan Eldercare Coalition, and the Rappahannock County Recreational Facilities Authority. Bev Atkins The 2017 honoree from Rappahannock County is Bev Atkins, who will tell you she’s done nothing out of the ordinary, but whose willingness to jump in and support local residents and organizations makes her one of the county’s real treasures. Bev recently retired after 33 years as Rappahannock’s Commissioner of Revenue, a position she viewed truly as a service to individuals in the community. When tax relief for the elderly was implemented, for instance, Bev didn’t just sit in her office and wait for people to come to her; she went out and visited older adults in their homes and helped them sign up. But Bev’s contribution to this community goes well beyond her professional work. It is hard to find a local organization that she has not been involved in, either as a board member, a fundraiser, or an organizer. The community groups she has supported range from Camp Fantastic, the Heart Association, the Cancer Society, the Red Cross,

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RAWL, the Historical Society, Flint Hill and Sperryville Fire and Rescue squads to the Free Clinic, the Benevolent Fund, the Foothills Forum, RAAC, the Extension Service, Rapp at Home, and CCLC. Robin Corum Robin Corum moved to Madison County about 20 years ago. He has always enjoyed helping people and likes seeing them smile. He started with the Food Pantry at Madison Emergency Services Association (MESA) eight years ago when it became clear that they needed assistance in their efforts to feed over 600 people a month. Robin avidly volunteers at MESA seven days a week, routinely averaging 32 hours per week. His regular activities include coordinating food deliveries from Trader Joe’s, Fresh Market, Food Lion and Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. Robin also organizes food drives and semiannual yard sales benefiting the Pantry. He has also assisted in the summer school food program. Dorren Brown Dorren Brown, Executive Director of the Orange County Free Clinic, started at the Clinic in February 2008 after retiring from 31 years in the education field. During her time as Director of the Clinic, the number of patients registered has grown from less than 100 to almost 3,000 currently.

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April 27th, 2017 -- Culpeper Times  

April 27th, 2017 -- Culpeper Times