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Mike Arnold presents check to Bonnie FieldFluvanna resident and Rotary Club of Fluvanna member Mike Arnold recently received a $500 Mid-Atlantic Region Community Service Award from Nationwide insurance. The award was intended to be passed on to Mike’s favorite charity. Add a comment

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For those who have never visited Culpeper or have taken a trip with Friends of the Library, this trip was interesting and educational if one is fond of everything historical.

Culpeper is a charming town, brimming with history, three Civil War battles and dinosaurs too. The first stop on the journey was the Museum of Culpeper History. Two guides dressed in Civil War attire explained the stories behind the artifacts and photographs lining the walls of the tiny three room museum and the little house outside known as the Burgandine House. Add a comment

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It was about four years ago that Curtis Putnam started a writer’s group in Fluvanna and it began as a small group of writer’s meeting at the Fork Union Community Center. The group began with three then grew to five and so on and these days, the group boasts a diverse group of writers in age and genre. These writers engage their talents in a variety of genres, from romance to mystery, to poetry and non-fiction to humor. They experiment, critique and grow. Add a comment

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Fluvanna eighth grader Kayla Corredera-Wells will be competing next week in the Scripps National Spelling Bee with 278 other spellers from across the country.  She’s officially speller number 256.  You can watch her live on ESPN3 on Wednesday, May 30 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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Children from St. James Street Children’s Church in Columbia visited Envoy at the Village

Children from St. James Street Children’s Church in Columbia visited Envoy at the Village on April 29.  They sang several songs, did a skit, passed out gifts, and shared lots of hugs with the residents during the Sunday service.  Both kids and residents had a great time. St. James Street Children’s Church is a ministry of Calvary Chapel in Fluvanna.  Photo by Warren McIvor.

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