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Gibson graduates from Randolph-Macon

- Markeesha Gibson of Woodbridge, the daughter of Marie Francoise Gibson, has graduated from Randolph-Macon. During her time at the academy, Gibson was the Air Force JROTC Corps of Cadets Flight Commander and a member of the speech and debate team.

Neuhaus makes Rochester soccer team

- Gwen Neuhaus of Woodbridge has joined the Rochester Institute of Technology's women's soccer team. Neuhaus is studying industrial engineering.

LETTER:Your diet is diseased

- U.S., state, and municipal health authorities are working overtime and spending millions of dollars to stem the spread of Ebola, which has killed just one person here. Where is the comparable effort to stem the spread of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and other chronic diseases that kill 1.4 million Americans annually and are linked conclusively to excessive consumption of animal products?

Battlefield’s McCann takes 4th at state golf finals

- Of the three high school golfers from Prince William County to compete in the state finals last week, none came home with the gold but all performed relatively well as a group. Woodbridge senior Adam Swzed registered his best performance in the four years he's participated in the state tournament, shooting a 144 over two days at the Group 6A tournament, held at Meadowbrook Country Club in Richmond between Oct. 13-14.

Royal Tiger

- Nokesville School fifth-grade prince Gavin Yohn and princess Hailey Witt helped to crown Brentsville District senior Maria Seager homecoming queen during halftime of Friday's football game. The Tigers later named Brandon Loa homecoming king during the school's dance on Saturday.

Funkhouser, Kobelka named Woodbridge homecoming royalty

- Being bulldozed by the Bulldogs 47-6 wasn't the way Woodbridge fans wanted to celebrated their homecoming against visiting Hylton on Friday night during the varsity football game. Yet two members of the senior class could overlook that blemish and come home with a piece of hardware to show for the night..

Bristow murder ends in suicide of alleged gunman

- T. Clay Wood Elementary and Patriot High School were on lockdown for much of Monday after a domestic violence murder the day before ended with the suicide of the alleged gunman. Jessica Leigh Wilson, 31, was shot to death in her Braemar home on Oct. 19. The next morning, the body of her alleged assailant, 35-year-old Edward Everett Hale of Glen Burnie, Md., was found on the baseball field outside Wood Elementary.

Williams runs wild over Woodbridge

- For eight minutes, the Woodbridge varsity football team held Hylton scoreless last Friday night. That's when the sails gave out on the Vikings' warship. Hylton junior quarterback Donovan Williams rushed for four touchdowns during the Vikings' homecoming game on Oct. 17, leading the Bulldogs to a 47-6 victory.

Bruins primed to capture conference

- This fall, the Forest Park volleyball team has had just about as close to a season-long perfect game as the team could reasonably muster, winning every set of every game against 18 out of 20 opponents heading into this week. It's put the Bruins in position to wrap up the regular season Conference 4 title and give the girls from the eastern end of the county top billing heading into the playoffs as they attempt to finish the job the 2013 team started last year by making it to states as the regional runner-up.

Fatal Woodbridge crash under investigation

- On Oct. 21 at 6:58PM, investigators from the Prince William County Police Department's Crash Investigation Unit responded to the 13400 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy. in Woodbridge to investigate a crash involving a pedestrian. The investigation revealed that the driver of a 2003 Toyota Highlander was traveling southbound on Jefferson Davis Hwy in the area above. At the same time, a pedestrian, identified as an adult woman, was crossing the street and was subsequently struck by the vehicle.

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"Thriller" episodes at Packard Theater, Fri. Oct. 24
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Please send your items with contact information to Anita Sherman at anita@culpepertimes.com See complete calendar listings at www.culpepertimes.com

October 24
Library of Congress Packard Theater Presents - “Thriller”(ITV, 1974). Produced in the UK between 1973 and 1976, “Thriller” was a series of 43 short made-for-TV films, each written by prolific film and TV scribe Brian Clemens. Series developed cult following. Two episodes will be shown: “In the Steps of a Dead Man” and “I’m the Girl He Wants to Kill.” Black & white, 120 minutes. Starts at 7:30 p.m. Library of Congress Packard Theater, 19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper. Phone: 202-707-6362

State Theatre Presents - ““Halloween” (1978) Rated R – no one under 17 without parent or guardian. No tickets required. The box office will not be open. A psychotic murderer institutionalized since childhood for the murder of his sister, escapes and stalks a bookish adolescent girl and her friends while his doctor chases him through the streets. Starts at 7:30 p.m. State Theatre, 305 S. Main Street, Culpeper. Phone: 540-829-0292 . Website: www.culpepertheatre.org

October 25
The 21st Annual Great Pumpkin Ride. Starts and ends in historic Warrenton with route options of 26, 47, and 68 miles. Great Pumpkin Ride is a rain or shine event -- there are no refunds! Register early. The field is limited to 1,250 riders this year, and there will be no day-of registration! Costumes encouraged. Four great fully stocked rest stops. Register online. Website: www.bikereg.com (to register)

Culpeper Felines & Friends - “Feline Fall Festival” Culpeper Felines & Friends will be holding a special adoption event at the PetSmart store in Culpeper from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For one day only, the adoption fee for all kittens and cats will be only $25.00. There will be an extra-large variety of kitties to choose from, and all adoptable cats are spayed or neutered, up to date on their vaccinations, and micro-chipped. For more information, email goodmews22@aol.com . Phone: 540-812-2430 . Website: www.culpeperfelinesNfriends.org

17th Annual Regional Health Fair. The Regional/Community Health Fair offers free screenings, health education materials, an entertainment ministry, delicious food, and great fellowship. Mammograms and Flu Shots are the only screenings with a fee. There will be fun activities for the youth including: horse rides, moon bounces, face painting, jump roping, popcorn, and more. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Shady Grove Baptist Church, 21097 Piney Woods Road, Orange.

The LOW Wilderness ‘Tiques Chapter of Questers International - “Antiques Appraisal Show” will be held in the lower level of the Lake of the Woods Clubhouse. Three items appraised for $25 or $10 for one. Both cash and checks accepted. Providing estimates of value will be three professional appraisers: Sarah F. Hays, owner, Quail at the Wood, Culpeper; Kathy Shumate, owner, Shumate Auction, Warrenton; and Samuel P. Higginbotham, III, Esquire, Orange. Call for more information. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Lake of the Woods, 102 Lakeview Parkway, Locust Grove. Contact Margo Vanover Porter . Phone: 540-972-6123
Autumn Vertical Tasting at Barboursville Vineyards. Rare opportunity, focusing on valuable older vintages. Caromont Farm will present artisan cheeses and fresh breads from Palladio Restaurant. No reservations required. 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Barboursville Vineyards, 17655 Winery Road, Barboursville. Phone: 540-832-3824 . Website: www.barboursvillewine.net

Library of Congress Packard Theater Presents - “Casper”. Based on the popular cartoon character, this family-oriented “ghost story" stars Bill Pullman as ghost psychiatrist James Harvey. Directed by Brad Silberling, the family fantasy-comedy was praised for its visual elements. Color, 100 minutes. Starts at 2 p.m. Library of Congress Packard Theater, 19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper. Phone: 202-707-6362

Piedmont Symphony Orchestra - “A Program of Arias and Duets from Beloved Operas and Musicals.” Including “Phantom of the Opera,” “Don Pasquale, “ “Rigeletto” and “L’elisir d’amore”. Soloists are soprano Elisabeth Sheonfelt and baritone Bryan Jackson. Tickets are available at the orchestra’s website, www.piedmontsymphony.org or at the door on the day of the performance. For more information, call 540-270-3168. Starts at 3 p.m. Highland School, 597 Broadview Avenue, Warrenton. Contact Constance Lyons . Email: lyonsconstance@gmail.com . Phone: 540-270-3168 . Website: www.piedmontsymphony.org

Hoover Ridge Park - “Haunted Woods.” Walk the Haunted Woods, go on a hay ride, play Halloween games, enjoy some ghoulish treats. Concessions will be sold. Sponsored by Madison Parks & Recreation. (5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m). Hoover Ridge Park, 158 Primary School Drive, Madison. Email: Valerie.mcparksrec@gmail.com . Phone: 540-308-1247 . Website: www.madisoncovirginia.gov

Brandy Station Foundation - “Spirits of the Graffiti House.” The Brandy Station Foundation has family-friendly events including ghost stories in rooms with Civil War graffiti; a visit from Transcend Paranormal who will discuss findings from their Graffiti House investigations; a campfire with marshmallows, and the continuous screening of the video produced by “The R.I.P. Files.” Free. Refreshments provided. Directions at: www.brandystationfoundation.com. 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Graffiti House, 19484 Brandy Road, Brandy Station. Contact Peggy Misch. Phone: 703-598-7474 . Website: www.brandystationfoundation.com

Reformation Lutheran Church - “Healing Service.” A service of healing of mind, body and spirit. This service of prayer, laying on hands and anointing with oil will be incorporated into the regular Saturday Praise and Prayer Worship. Starts at 6 p.m. Reformation Lutheran Church, 509 South Main Street, Culpeper. Phone: 540-825-1376

Library of Congress Packard Theater Presents - “Four Flies on Grey Velvet” (R-Rated). A rock musician confronts a stranger he believes is stalking him and accidentally stabs the man to death. Italian horror master Dario Argento directed this chilling tale of terror that stars Michael Brandon, Mimsy Farmer and Jean-Pierre Marielle. The film is in Italian with English subtitles. *No one under the age of 17 will be admitted without a parent or guardian. Color, 104 minutes. Starts at 7:30 p.m. . Library of Congress Packard Theater, 19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper. Phone: 202-707-6362

State Theatre Presents - “Judah & The Lion with special guest Joseph.” Starts at 8 p.m. State Theatre, 305 S. Main Street, Culpeper Email: tix@culpepertheatre.org . Phone: 540-829-0292 . Website: www.culpepertheatre.org

October 26

Downtown Culpeper Bride & Groom Expo at the Culpeper Center. Featuring a designer fashion show by Blush Bridal Boutique and awesome door prizes from Sun Tan City, MARY KAY, Custom Rocketz, and Suites At 249. Special bonus: The State Theatre will be showing a free screening of the movie Bridesmaids following the expo. 137 South Main Street, Historic Downtown Culpeper. Email: events@culpepercenter.com . Phone: 540-812-4919 . Website: www.culpepercenter.com

Walking Woods Walk at the Montpelier. Starts at 2 p.m. The Montpelier, 11407 Constitution Highway, Montpelier Station. Phone: 540-672-2728. Website: www.montpelier.org

Narmada Winery - Live Music - “Tom Guidice.” 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Narmada Winery, 43 Narmada Lane, Amissville. Phone: 540-937-8215 . Website: www.narmadawinery.com

Brandy Station Foundation - “Lecture Series: Cavalry at Brandy Station, Cavalry at Five Forks”. Dan Beattie will discuss "A Contrast: Cavalry at Brandy Station, Cavalry at Five Forks." Light refreshments will be provided. Free, donations appreciated. Starts at 2 p.m. Graffiti House, 19484 Brandy Road, Brandy Station. Contact Peggy Misch Phone: 703-598-7474 . Website: www.brandystationfoundation.com

State Theatre Presents - ““Bridesmaids” No tickets required, free. The Box Office will not be open. “Bridesmaids” (Universal, 2011). Annie (Kristen Wiig), is a maid of honor whose life unravels as she leads her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), and a group of colorful bridesmaids (Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Ellie Kemper) on a wild ride down the road to matrimony. Starts at 4:30 p.m. State Theatre, 305 S. Main Street, Culpeper. Phone: 540-829-0292 . Website: www.culpepertheatre.org

Early Mountain Vineyard - “Fried Chicken and Bubbles.” Local fried chicken paired with Virginia sparkling wine, beer and cider. Guests can relax on the patio and picnic areas, play bocce or cornhole. Music from Jonjo Evans. Your ticket includes admission, food and a flight of the bubbles along with a take-home Early Mountain tasting glass. The event is limited to those who are 21 and older. 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. Early Mountain Vineyards, 6109 Wolftown-Hood Road, Madison. Email: store.earlymountain.com Phone: 540-948-9005 . Website: www.earlymountain.com

October 27
Mental Health Association of Fauquier County - “Treating Anxiety in Children & Adolescents.” Presented by Dr. Jonathan Dalton, Director, Center for Anxiety and Behaviorial Change in Rockville, MD. Open to all parents and interested persons. Held in the Rice Theater of Highland School. Pre-registration is requested (no fee). Register for the session of your choice at: www.fauquier-mha.com. 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Highland School, 597 Broadview Avenue, Warrenton. Contact Sallie Morgan. Email: Mhafc1@gmail.com . Phone: 540-341-8732 . Website: www.fauquier-mha.com

October 28
State Theatre Presents - “Pamper Me Pink.” Brought to you by Pepperberries and Culpeper Regional Health System. Special annual community event on cancer awareness, education, and empowerment. Attendees will sample a variety of complimentary pampering stations and delicious refreshments, be entered into drawings for door prizes, and have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for spectacular grand prizes. Starts at 5 p.m. State Theatre, 305 S. Main Street, Culpeper. Email: tix@culpepertheatre.org . Phone: 540-829-0292 . Website: www.culpepertheatre.org

October 30
Reformation Lutheran Church - “Prayer Vigil.” The church is hosting "Uplifted from Persecution," a 12-hour prayer vigil to pray for Christians around the world who are being persecuted. Call for more information. 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. . Reformation Lutheran Church, 509 South Main Street, Culpeper, VA 22701 . Phone: 540-825-1376

UVA Culpeper Hospital - “Joint Camp” will be held in the UVA Culpeper Hospital Conference room. Open to anyone considering a joint replacement or is scheduled for a joint replacement. Taught by the UVA Culpeper Hospital orthopedic nurse practitioner, this class has demonstrations and instructions by a pre-op nurse, physical and occupational therapists, and an anesthesiologist. To register, visit our website at uvaculpeperhospital.com or contact Brenda Austin at 540-829-4283 or baustin@culpeperhospital.com 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. UVA Culpeper Hospital, 501 Sunset Lane, Culpeper. Website: www.uvaculpeperhospital.com
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