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New deputies welcomed

Sheriff Scott H. Jenkins is very pleased to introduce two new deputies, Robert Hefner and Melvin White, Jr., who started work this month as School Resource Officers. Photo courtesy of CCSO.
- Robert Hefner and Melvin White, Jr. are two new deputies that students in Culpeper's public school system will have a chance to get to know better.

Salem Ruritan presents $4,500 in scholarships

Eastern View graduate Daniel Grotz will be attending the University of Virginia. He is pictured here at Eastern View's covocation ceremony held June 4 as he receives his scholarship certificate from Max Weber, Salem Ruritan's club secretary. Courtesy photo.
- The Salem Ruritan Club awarded three $1,500 scholarships again this year to graduating seniors.

More than 100 racers set to test the track

The view from the top can be daunting but the thrill at the bottom is worth the ride. New drivers and veterans will face off this weekend in the nation's second largest derby race right here in Culpeper. Courtesy photo.
- Looking for a wholesome slice of hometown Americana this weekend? Search no further than the Culpeper’s 12th All American Soap Box Derby.

Culpeper in Brief

- Culpeper Community.

Time Out

"Wagon Tracks", western film. Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper Community happenings.

Keeping the farm in the family

Jim Mello,77, stands in front of the bee hives at his Oak Shade Farm, Mello started beekeeping more than 30 years ago. He said he will get about 600 pounds of honey this season. Jim and his wife Sally bought the land in 1980 when they were in their 50s. They made a living from Oak Shade Farm and they have been successful making it a sustainable farm learning how to care and live off the land and its abundant resources. Photo by Debbi Morello.
- At 77, Jim Mello and his wife Sally, are beginning the transition of Oak Shade Farm, to the next generation.

Rotary recipient

Caroline Shrewsbury. Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper's Rotary Club awards a four-year, $4,000 scholarship every year to a deserving candidate based on ability and aptitude.

Accolades

- The Culpeper Times celebrates the following students for their success at the college level.

Athletes of the Year honored at both high schools

Logan Shurina was chosen as Male Athlete of the Year at Eastern View. He is flanked by freelance writer Marshall Conner and Culpeper Times Managing Editor Anita Sherman. Photo by Ian Chini.
- For the past few years, the Culpeper Times has continued with a tradition established by the late Arthur (Nick) Arundel and now continued by his son, Peter Arundel.

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