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Culpeper Community Briefs for the week of March 12

Three performances of the Easter Passion Play set at Culpeper United Methodist Church.

Annual charity raises the bar in Culpeper and surrounding counties

Give Local Piedmont seeks $1 million

Created Equal series continues at Culpeper County library

James E. Ghee will be one of the speakers at the Created Equal series presented at the Culpeper County Library on Saturday, March 7.
“Freedom Riders” film will be springboard for discussion of civil rights.

Culpeper Community Briefs: Week of March 5

Scholarships available.

Proposed Culpeper County school budget seeks step increase for employees

Focus on overcrowding at two elementary schools

Miss Culpeper Scholarship Pageant set for March 6

The finalists in this year's Miss Culpeper Scholarship Pageant are busy rehearsing their opening dance number under the guidance of choreographer Kym Majors. Pictured standing (l-r) Makayla Hawkins, Elizabeth Steimel, esther Sewordor, Helena Bernache, Tevyia Frost, Kana Cetar, Adrianna hardaway and Kym Majors (choreographer). Pictured front (l-r) Ashley Mifsud, Emily Ray, Alex Caruso, Morgan Brown and Devinna Barkers-Woode.
This year the event will be held at the State Theatre with contestants from both Eastern View and Culpeper County High Schools.

Virginia posts highest recorded bear harvest to date

White-tailed deer are a common sight throughout Virginia often causing havoc for unsuspecting travelers. Photo by Douglas Lees.
Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries posts data on deer, bear and turkey harvest.

Why I Relay: Jan Thelin’s story

Culpeper's Relay for Life event is May 16

Muscles with Russell: Rescue dog to the rescue

Terrier serves as therapy dog helping children.

Wild Ideas: When food is plentiful, animals often cache in

Photo by Nancy Sims via Wikimedia This eastern chipmunk has filled up its cheek pouches with food and is headed home to cache it
Nature's creatures have creative ways to survive when snow arrives.

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