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The class of 1962The Fluvanna High School Class of 1962 held their 50th reunion over the weekend of Oct. 5 and 6, gathering Friday to catch up on old times at the home of Al and Carolyn Talley. Many attended Old Farm Day, the following day and that was the reason the first weekend in October was chosen as the date for the reunion. A total of 15 classmates were photographed there.
That evening (Oct. 6), 21 graduates and their spouses, together with four of their teachers had a reunion dinner at the Palmyra Volunteer Fire Department. Four of the original 36 graduates are now deceased and several who had planned to attend were prevented by illness.

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Fluvanna schools rankingsFluvanna is not the worst school system in the state, but it’s not the best either. In fact, it’s completely middle of the road.

Fluvanna Public Schools’ Director of Testing and Accountability, Jamie Mathieson, made a presentation to the school board explaining the results of the 2012 Standard’s of Learning (SOL) exams. As a district, Fluvanna hovered right around the 50th percentile of the 132 school districts in Virginia.

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Fluco competition cheer squadThe Flying Fluco competition cheer squad has been hard at work this season. First year Coach Julia Hogue reports that this year’s squad which consists of sixteen athletes, has been working on its routines six days a week. She notes that this “is a strong group of girls.” The team practices Monday through Friday after school, or Monday through Thursday with a performance at the football game on Friday. In addition, the team practices for three or four hours on Saturday. It takes discipline, co-ordination and training to create a successful squad. This team is clearly putting in the necessary time. Add a comment

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Free course offers behind-the-scenes look at sheriff’s office operations

Sgt. Duane Karr is coordinating the Citizens Law Enforcement Academy.Sgt. Duane KarrHow is evidence evaluated at a crime scene? What are the laws of arrest? Who answers 911 emergency calls?

These questions and many more will be answered at Fluvanna’s inaugural Citizens Law Enforcement Academy program, hosted by the sheriff’s office at their headquarters in Palmyra. Scheduled to begin Oct. 23, the 10-week course is free and is open to men and women who are 18 years of age or older.

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OA scarecrow contest entryld Farm Day has grown in past years, from the first Old Farm Day featuring a few farm implements and equipment and a crowd of 100 to a full-blown county fair with anywhere from 4,000 to 7,000 people attending.

This year, on Saturday (Oct. 6) the crowd seemed huge. Residents from all over the county came together once again to celebrate the county’s past farming history.

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