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Class ringA 1989 Fluvanna High School graduate recently benefitted from the ongoing
 move from the old to the new school building.

When Tony Abbott was a senior 23 years ago, his grandmother gave him a class
 ring she had made at Glassner Jewelers where she worked.

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CVEC’s Gary Wood and H.T. Brown presented linemen Chris Allen and Bryon Sandridge with the President’s Volunteer Service Award.

Bryon Sandridge and Chris Allen, two Central Virginia Electric Cooperative journeyman line technicians, were recently awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award on the recommendation of the NRECA International Foundation, an organization that organizes cooperative utility relief efforts.

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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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Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) has taken a position in opposition to the application by Aqua Virginia to increase its water and sewer rates. In November 2011, Aqua Virginia filed with the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) for a statewide increase averaging 9.9%. The increase for Lake Monticello residents would be more than 13% for water and more than 11% for sewer. The application comes just months after Aqua Virginia attempted to impose ownership of grinder pumps onto homeowners. Aqua Virginia‘s last rate increase was approved in October 2010.

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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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