Culpeper Education News
It’s time once again to begin a new school year. As we all know the first days of a new school year are a challenge to everyone.
Everyone has difficult days and stories to tell about their skirmishes with madness, but for some reason, the delivery of cheese is an odyssey on nearly every occasion. For example, last week a collection of nearly 50 pounds of beautiful French cheeses made it from France, through customs, and to cold storage in New Jersey -so far so good. Even better, the same cheese made it to our door in two days. If these were stainless steel parts, the delivery time and news is good.
The use of LED bulbs in homes is on the rise nationwide, and with good reason. Not only are they more energy efficient than their traditional counterparts, LEDs are becoming more affordable upfront.
Events in the Culpeper Area for August 13 - September 26
You may not know this, but there is a camp for cheese. No, not the cheese standing alone, but the cheese industry coming together for an annual conference.
Each summer, many homeowners reach for their shovels and begin digging as part of landscaping and other home improvement projects. Whether you are a “do-it-yourselfer” or a professional excavator contracted for a project, it’s crucial to dig smart.
Culpeper County Public Schools announced its policy for providing free or reduced price meals for children served under the National School Lunch, and/or School Breakfast Programs. Each school and/or central school nutrition office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.
Dogs make a house a home; there is no doubt about it. If you have ever thought about including a dog in your family, here are several reasons to consider moving ahead on adoption.
I am not so sure that our oft-described greatest ally, Great Britain, has a positive view of the colonies when it comes to cheese. Consider the words of an English colleague who, commenting on our Independence Day celebrations said, “Next time we won’t stand in straight lines and wear red coats.” There are some warm and fuzzy sentiments, right?