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The Middle Street Gallery in Washington is pleased to announce that member artist Francie Schroeder will show her photographs from June 18 through July 25. Other members of the artists’ cooperative will show works there as well.

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The Rush River Commons, if approved and built, will be the single biggest real estate development in the history of Rappahannock County. Or, to put it differently, the biggest single addition of housing since the land was inhabited by its Indigenous Peoples in the early 17th Century. 

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County residents dressed up and turned out to support the Rappahannock Food Pantry last weekend. The pantry’s first-ever Drive-Thru Dinner Party, catered by nearly every restaurant in the county, was a wild success.

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This June, 59 seniors will graduate from Rappahannock County High School, and 14 graduates — 24 percent of the class — will be buoyed on the college voyage by a Headwaters scholarship. Since its founding in 1997 with the aim of supporting the county’s public schools and the children who learn there, the nonprofit foundation has awarded more than $600,000 in financial aid to pursue higher education.

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Halle Butvin began working at the Rappahannock Food Pantry in January and, within days, found herself at the helm of a major fundraising effort that will take place on May 8. 

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Building on the success of last year’s “Eat Like a Lion” program, the Rappahannock Lions Club and Rappahannock Food Pantry have teamed up to launch “Garden With a Lion.”