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A sketch of the future Fork Union Fire HouseA ground breaking ceremony will be held Saturday (Sept. 8) at 10 a.m. for the new home of the Fluvanna County Volunteer Fire Department’s Fork Union Fire Company.

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Lt. Governor Bill Bolling is the keynote speaker for the Fluvanna Republican Committee’s annual fall fundraising even to be held on Sept. 15 at noon at Camp Friendship in Palmyra.

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When Trey Dillard and his father moved their excavation company to Troy in 2007, the market was strong and their hopes ran high. They were eager to bring the then 41-year-old Charlottesville business to their home county and were excited by the prospects of strategically locating near the projected growth area of Zion Crossroads.

Then the recession hit.

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Theresa Hamm displays her fresh-baked goods. Photo by David StempleFluvanna’s newest bakery not only lasted one year in business, it seems to be thriving.

People have come to love the fresh breads, cookies and cakes made daily from scratch at The Gypsy Gourmet Cake Lounge at 265 Turkey Sag Trail (Across from Food Lion and next to Lake Bistro).

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Tim Hulbert of the Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce and Christina Monfalcone and Stapleton Wills of Wills & Associates.Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce joined Fluvanna for a Business After Hours at the Lake Monticello Clubhouse on Thursday (Aug. 16). The event sponsored by Wills & Associates, PC, welcomed Tim Hulbert of the Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce and Bill Hughes representing the Fluvanna Chamber of Commerce.

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