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School staff and students honored for achievements

Robert Houck. Courtesy photo.
- The auditorium at Eastern view High School was full of well-wishers Monday night as the Culpeper County Public Schools (CCPS) Board announced the Classified Employees and Teachers of the Year.

Family Fun Fair and Relay for Life set for Saturday

- For nearly three decades Culpeper Days has been a spring event held in downtown Culpeper.

Police focus on handicapped parking violations in town

A van legally parked in a properly marked handicapped space in a Culpeper shopping center. Courtesy photo.
- The Culpeper Police Department wants to increase public awareness about handicapped parking laws.

Virginia Special Olympics

- The Virginia State Police and Culpeper Police Department hope customers turn out in force and in the “spirit” to support Virginia Special Olympics Spirit night Monday, May 19 at Chick-fil-A.

Tip-A-Cop Event for Special Olympics

Town of Culpeper Police Captain Chris Settle and his server mentor for the evening, Brittany Carter, deliver food to a table at Glory Days last Thursday during the Tip A Cop event. Photo by Ian Chini.
- More than $2,000 was raised for Special Olympics Virginia.

Culpeper in Brief

- All around Culpeper.

Time Out

"Pan's Labyrinth" at the Packard Theater. Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper Community happenings.

Verdun hosts Wounded Warriors Challenge and Family Day

Peggy Baker of Culpeper is the President and Founder of Operation First Response. OFR partnered with VAB for the event to raise funds for area veteran families. Photo by Debbi Morello.
- On 9/11 when American Flight 77 flew into the section of the Pentagon where her oldest son Josh worked, Peggy Baker of Culpeper feared the worst until she learned he was safe.

Celebrating women and our health

Floral designer Carol Caggiano beautifully arranged several floral presentations as she talked about how flowers make us smile and keep us happy. Photo by David Cmeyla.
- If you were one of the fortunate ladies to attend the Women's Health Tea on Monday, you need to spread the word to your friends to mark it on next year's calendar.

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