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Discover Fauquier December 2019
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~ Sarah Smarrelli
Brumfi eld Elementary School
Old Town Welcomes New Business
After spending the past nine years located in
Warrenton Towne Centre, Crown Units, a wig
and beauty supply shop complete with a hair
cutting and styling salon, recently moved to
Old Town Warrenton. Located at 81B Main
Street, the shop serves the needs of men and
women in need of a new hairstyle or in search
of hair pieces or wigs. In addition, the shop
sells a variety of nail and skin care products.
For more information, call
(540) 347-9347.
Trinity Lutheran is Out in the Community
Trinity Lutheran Church recently celebrated eight years as a
congregation, with Pastor Dennis DiMauro leading the church
since its founding in 2011. Pastor Dennis is also involved in the
local community, where he offers various support groups at Poets
Walk and other rehabilitation and nursing homes. In addition, he
is leader of the monthly discussion group, Pub Theology. This
informal, non-denominational meeting takes place the fi rst Monday
of each month at Denim and Pearls (29 Main Street, Warrenton)
beginning at 7:00 p.m. For more information about Trinity Lutheran
visit
www.trinitylutheranva.org or call (703) 568-3346.
Brumfi eld Teacher Honored by VFW
During a special Veterans Day ceremony at Brumfi eld
Elementary School, Arlene Thorpe received the Smart/
Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher
Award from the local Veterans of Foreign Wars chapter.
In addition to Ms. Thorpe, David Smith of Fauquier
High School and Matthew Walker of W.C. Taylor Middle
School will also be recognized at a special ceremony at
7:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 12 at the Warrenton
Visitors Center (33 N Calhoun Street) . The citizenship
award is named after former VFW National Commander
John Smart and retired VFW Quartermaster General
Larry Maher, and recognizes teachers for their
exceptional commitment to teaching Americanism and patriotism. Brumfi eld's ceremony
included a symbolic
dining table set with
a white tablecloth to
honor a soldier's pure
heart when he answers
his country's call to
duty, a red rose for
the hope that all our
missing veterans will
return someday, and an
empty chair for missing
soldiers.
Your Business
&
Community
in Action
Arlene Thorpe & Gary Robinson,
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Head to Hearts Delight Baptist Church for Volleyball!
Thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Patricia and Nicolaas Kortlandt Memorial Fund through the
Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, Hearts Delight Baptist Church (11229 Brent Town
Road, Catlett) has installed a regulation size outdoor volleyball court adjacent to the church
grounds--and all are invited to use it!
Reverend Tyrone Green explains that they sought an opportunity to provide a fun and healthy
activity for young people in the county, and enlisting the guidance of Greg Carter, the volleyball
coach at Liberty High School, they used the grant funds to install the court. Although he points
out that people may want to
wait for warmer weather to play
volleyball, the court is open for
public use. They eventually hope
to organize tournaments as well,
but for now, all are welcome to use
the court for casual or organized
volleyball fun! The church can
even provide volleyballs if you
need them--just call Rev. Green
at
(202) 351-1001.
Recycling Reminders!
The Fauquier County Environmental Services Department is grateful for the efforts
of many residents who take the time to recycle various items, and they share the
following best practices for proper recycling:
· Rinse out glass, metal, and plastic items; this helps eliminate bee stings for
both residents and staff who sort items at the landfi ll.
· Pizza boxes--new or used--or not recyclable. Please put in the trash.
· Plastic bags should be recycled separately from other recyclable items, and
they are not allowed in mixed paper except for bags of shredded paper.
· Corrugated cardboard should be recycled with cardboard vs. mixed paper.
· Sharps (needles) should be enclosed in a plastic
container, labeled, and placed in the sharps
collection bin.
· Concrete, brick, block, and asphalt are only
accepted Monday­Friday at Corral Farm.
For more information, visit,
fauquiercounty.
gov, then click on "Government," "Environmental
Services," and "Collection Site Hours."
Corrected Phone Number for
EverNest Home Care
In our November paper we announced
EverNest Home Care's
new location in Old Town
Warrenton. We incorrectly
listed their phone number.
The correct number is
(571) 483-8806. EverNest
provides high-quality
home care since 2015
and is well-known for
its comprehensive non-
medical care wherever the
client calls home.
Pastor Dennis DiMauro
Dionne Logan
Chris Gay
EverNest Home
Care founder
Mark Your Calendar for 2020 High School Graduation
Graduation dates for Fauquier County Public Schools' Class of 2020
have been tentatively set, although dates and times may be subject
to change due to calendar revisions, facility availability, or weather-
related issues. Southeastern Alternative School's graduation is Monday,
May 18 at 10:30 a.m.; Kettle Run High School's graduation is Tuesday,
May 19 at 6:00 p.m., Fauquier High School's graduation is Wednesday, May
20 at 6:00 p.m., and Liberty High School' graduation is Thursday, May 21 at 7:00 p.m. For
more information, visit
www.fcps1.org.