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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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Grace and Glory churchGrace and Glory Lutheran Church will hold a dedication ceremony at 6 p.m. on Sunday (Sept. 23) for its new 7,100 square foot worship facility
located on Rt. 53, just west of the intersection with Rt. 15.

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Golf

The 2012-2013 school year has been full of firsts:  a new building, new turf fields, and new players. The golf team has also experienced its own first: sophomore Kaitlyn Presley, the first female on the Fluco golf team. “She’s the first girl we’ve had ever, as far as I know,” said Coach Bryan Searcy. “It’s been great.”

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Kat and Kip Campbell with a red stag bagged in New Zealand.Fluvanna native Kip Campbell may be a rare breed in that he’s making a living doing something he loves - and he’s doing it from his home base of Fork Union.

Like many rural Virginians, Campbell, a 1999 graduate of Fork Union Military Academy, grew up hunting.

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