For one week, over twenty students from eight electric cooperatives learned about the electric cooperative industry, met with local legislators and toured historic sites.
A total of 175 candidates attended the event and recruiters made 27 on-the-spot job offers
A day filled with activities began at 7:30 in downtown Fredericksburg with the Fallen Heroes 5 miler sponsored by Fredericksburg Fallen Heroes.
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Rappahannock Area Community Services Board will offer Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training on July 21-22
Put your phone number on your child’s wrist band
Dave Muraca, Meghan Budinger and Amy Durbin preview the Fabulous 4th at Ferry Farm–George Washington’s boyhood home in Stafford. Info at kenmore.org
Annie Brulatour from Salem Church and Craig Graziano with the Downtown Fredericksburg branch talk about summer reading, Idea Space and Grow a Reader.
Here’s where the Food Bank is this week
You are not required to show any paperwork or identification in order to receive food
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