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Happy campers at Camp Fantastic

Photo by Wally Bunker. To say that Camp Fantastic is a very special and loving event is an understatement. Held annually at Southwind Farm, it gathers together children facing serious illness and those caregivers who look after them including many in the Culpeper community who volunteer their time. This young Nigerian goat from Gold Rush Farm is a great cuddler.
- Kacey and Marshall Jenkins host annual event at Southwind Farm

Senior Prom attracts young at heart

Photo by Marshall Conner. Four lovely ladies from the Silver Club coax Jim Hockman to get out on the dance floor.
- Annual event hosted by Aging Together

Wicked Bottom 5K a fun run in the country

Photo by Marshall Conner. It was a beautiful Saturday morning and the children burst forth in youthful exuberance for the Fun Run as part of the 5K race sponsored by Culpeper Parks and Recreation.
- Old House Vineyards provides a pastoral setting for the annual 5K

Woodworker crafts bunk beds as fundraiser for Stables family

Photo by Gary Close Set up in Lollipop Station on Davis Street, these fanciful bunk beds built by Tony Hayes, will be raffled with proceeds going to help the Stables family. Shown here are Sydney and Nathan Connors who attend AG Richardson School. Their mother, Kirstine Connors, is a CPA with Yount, Hyde & Barbour.
- Former Culpeper Young Life Leader Jeff Stables sent an email out March 19th that shocked friends around the world. Culpeper area churches, across denomination, mentioned the email during worship services. The news became the basis for more than one sermon in the weeks that followed.

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with Ashley Mullins

Courtesy photo. Stoat (Ashley Mullins) half-way through the Smokey Mountains, Mount Katahdin is the ending point of the Appalachian Trail.
- Upon starting this Appalachian Trail escapade, I expected the freezing temperatures, constant pain, and intense hunger.

Public street: To close or not to close

- Next Tuesday at its regular meeting, Culpeper town council will take up whether to close Burgandine Avenue, a move Madison Grove residents say is essential to ensure the safety of their neighborhood, which has been subjected to cut-through traffic.

Horsemanship clinics offered

- Nationally known horse clinician Justin Dunn of Guffey, CO will join RFD-TV’s television celebrity host and trail master Tom Seay of Culpeper at Andora Farm for a series of Horsemanship Clinics May 8-12.

Thoughtful Mother’s Day ideas that won’t bust your budget

- As it turns out, some of the most thoughtful gift and activity ideas are the most economical and easy to plan.

Arsenal of Democracy flyover this Friday

- Several planes taking off from Culpeper

Home & Garden: Testing soil periodically is a good gardening tool

- Soil testing is a tool that guides gardeners. Test results indicate the need to adjust soil pH and nutrient levels for optimum plant growth. Often, soil tests save money.

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