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People enrolled in a health insurance program through their employer or one purchased as a self-employed individual generally find there is an open-enrollment period that takes place once a year. This is an opportunity to make changes to an existing policy or change to another provider, generally without incurring any fees or loss in coverage.
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Richmond — Ruth Jones Herrink was awarded posthumously a Lifetime Achievement Award from the VPA (Virginia Press Association) Herrink died Oct. 12, 2013 at the age of 87.
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Every nonprofit organization in the region is invited to participate in The Community Give on Tues., May 6, when local residents will donate thousands of dollars—the most raised in a single day—to support issues and charities they are passionate about. Every participating area nonprofit will be eligible for $100,000 in incentive prizes from The Community Foundation and its sponsors.
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Dahlgren Heritage Museum to host STEM program for kids ages 8-15 on Sat. April, 15 while offering regular exhibit hours The museum will be open for regular hours on Sat., April 19 and on that day, we will offer a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program for kids ages 8 - 15.
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Dr. Thomas Falkenberg, one of the area’s most popular eye doctors, is in a new state of the art office at 12 Chatham Heights Road in Fredericksburg, working with the same doctors and staff who have earned the respect and admiration of patients for years.
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The Northern Neck Vegetable Growers Association continues their commitment to agriculture and the region this year by offering three scholarships totaling $10,000 to deserving area youth studying agriculture.
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Historyland Memorial Park on US 301 in King George has been the proud custodian of flags that were draped on caskets of military service members at the time of burial.
At one time the cemetery had a ring of flag poles where those flags were flown on Memorial Day. Unfortunately, during the time that the memorial park was operated as Meadow-Brooke Memorial Gardens the flag poles were cut down. Historyland no longer has a means to fly these flags.
We would like to return the flags to the owners but unfortunately in some cases we do not current contact information for the family members. The cemetery’s records in many cases go back to the days when the community did not have 911 addresses. The records show route and box numbers, not street addresses.
Below is a list of the names on the flags. We would like to hear from owners of the flags - the family members of those service members whose names are on the flags.
Please contact Susan Muse at (540) 775-7733 or Lorene Rich at (804)761-6887 if you can help us to find a home for these flags.
Historyland Memorial Park
Carroll V. Elliott
Major Donald McKinney
Glenn H. Weisenberger
Julian Lee Griffin, Jr.
John J. Frye
Frank H. Breault
James M. Burrell
Daniel M. McDaniel
Jesse L. Rowley
Wayne A. Thompson
Clyde D. Stout
Sidney E. Rawlings
Woodrow W. Kay
Richard W. Goerlitz
James Grover Loveless
John E. Hart
Raymond S. Collins, Jr.
Col. Sammie Burns
Addison G. Jones
James G. White
Maj. Robert W. Donner, USAF
James W. Courtney
Joseph A. Kyrstofik
Edgar L. Jenkins
Leslie J. Blackwell
George W. Ford
William E. Ward
Clifford A. Wilkerson
Earl P. Thompson
Edward C. Fore
W. Basil Trigger
Paul G. Conner
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Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School hosted its Eleventh Annual Science Symposium at Virginia Commonwealth University Saturday, March 15.