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The Scrabble School Preservation Foundation invites the community to the 2022 Celebration of the 31st Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday observance in Rappahannock County to be held virtually on Jan. 16. The free event, to be shown at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. at www.culpepermedia.org, will be taped at The Little Washington Theatre on Gay Street and presented in cooperation with Culpeper Media Network.

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On a chilly Friday afternoon recently, in the pavilion at the County Park, lovers and supporters of Nature Camp were treated to both a backward and forward view of the camp by its beloved founder and director, Lyt Wood. At the event, sponsored by Rapp at Home, attendees heard Wood reference the mysterious “WA DAT N CHOO” call.

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Final preparations are being completed by the Tour artists, organizers, and other participants to welcome crowds of neighbors, art lovers, eve…

Congratulations to Leah, Evan and Ellis Childress — winners of the Rappahannock News Halloween costume contest who dressed as an adorable scene of a fire. Very creative, and well executed. Bravo.

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Rappahannock’s Fall Art Tour is returning next weekend. Among the 40+ participants are 7 new artists. We profiled three last week; here’s a look at the remaining four.