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Jerry Patchen, Jim Tew, Julie King, Jane Smith, Peter Almonte, Bill King and Len Gardner are member’s of the Museum in Miniature’s board.An unusual museum is being created in Fluvanna County. The museum will record, document and display the increase in knowledge and power brought about by “thinking small.”

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Inside the Wilmington ClubPassersbys traveling along Route 608 south of Wilmington may barely notice the white cinderblock building that sits in a pine clearing off the road. Ask any local resident, however, and you are likely to open a floodgate of memories about this modest structure that has faithfully served as the hub of the community for over 60 years.

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L. John Melton, Frankie Hackett, Nicole Kober, Andre Lewis, Tre Brown and Sean Thomas took part in the ground breaking held Sept. 8.Firefighters and their supporters were out in full force Saturday morning (Sept. 8) turning soil on the future.

There was enough sweat and good will to go around as politicians, firefighters and community members dug into the clay soil with gilded shovels, breaking ground for the new Fork Union Firestation just north of the community center.

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Joe RodishFluvanna County has a new employee that everyone hopes will save the county money.

Joe Rodish started Sept. 4 as the purchasing officer. County Administrator Steve Nichols lobbied for the new position telling the board it makes sense to centralize that function.

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Fluvanna Republicans at the opening of their headquarters. At 1 p.m. a mob of Republicans came out to cut the ribbon on their newly opened headquarters near the Slice gate.
On hand for the event were Minor and Patricia Eager and Debbie Rittenhouse, chair of the Fluvanna Republican Party Chapter, Melissa Kenney, secretary, Bob Ullenbruch, county supervisor and Feda Kidd Morton.

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