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Wrestling

Two men.  Six minutes.  Taken down to its essentials, the sport of wrestling may seem this simple to many observers. However, the technique and time spent training makes this sport so much more.  The wrestlers go through numerous tests to make sure they are well-hydrated and in shape to perform at their highest abilities.  Following a diet stricter than any other sport, these athletes are in a class of their own.

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Fluvanna native Steve Pullinger taught the free course.Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Snowstorms. Windstorms.

Whether you spend time outdoors or never leave your house, with recent severe weather patterns it behooves everyone to learn basic survival techniques. About 30 adults and children from Fluvanna and surrounding counties gathered at Scheier Natural Area on Long Acre Road Saturday (Dec. 1) to do just that.

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James KeyA Fluvanna County man has been arrested in connection with the attempted abduction of a child at the Fashion Square Mall in northern Albemarle County.

James Kevin Key, 46, of Palmyra, was arrested Nov. 29, according to a press release from the Albemarle County Police Department.

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Angell’s School of Dance performed. Photo by Aaron SpritzerFor the eleventh year in a row, Fluvanna County Parks and Recreation kicked off the Christmas season in fun and fanciful holiday style. The day began with arts and crafts with the Virginia Kids Group volunteering at the Carysbrook gym. Also volunteering was Girl Scout Troop 883, including sisters Robin and Rachel Hightman doing face painting. Kids went away with sparkling snow flakes or other holiday inspired icons painted on them.

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Maria Carter won first place in the oil/acrylic category for Field of Flowers Photo by Page H. GiffordTrilbie Knap, a watercolorist from Charlottesville was the judge for the Fluvanna Art Association’s annual juried show. The show, currently at the Fluvanna County Library through December, features some striking works by members.

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