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September is upon us, when we begin to think of the summer ending and fall being just around the bend. The signs are all around us: school started, dogwoods are changing color and nights and mornings are somewhat cooler. 

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Hal Hunter is at it again. He has this thing about trying to make people’s lives a little better. Back in 2009, he was the driving force behind the launch of the Rappahannock Food Pantry and its Backpack Program that sends food home with elementary school kids on weekends. Same with the rollout of Rapp at Home six years later, with its mission of helping seniors in the community stay in their homes.

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On an otherwise happy and normal morning of the 4th of July here in Rappahannock County, I was happily making the potato salad and coleslaw for my husband’s family barbecue later that afternoon when I got a text from my sister and parents saying “everyone we know thus far is ok.”

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On behalf of the Shenandoah National Park Trust staff and Board of Trustees, as well as our partners at Shenandoah National Park, we wish to thank the entire Rappahannock community for their overwhelming support of SNPT’s first annual Shenandoah Soiree on June 26 in Washington.

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Give them a chance and Rappahannock County citizens will speak freely about what divides us – and unites us – living in this place we call home.

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Quite a while ago (decades, again, actually) I watched a daytime television show panel discuss its weekly topic of “The American Family — Is It Vanishing?” A psychologist on the panel reflected on an opinion about the role of father in the family that was new and astonishing to me.