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Green image smallSupport Keeps Growing for Chad Green ... Chad Green, a fifth generation resident of York County, knows what the York Quality of Life is and wants to preserve it for future generations. Chad is seeking the Republican nomination to represent District 3 on the York County Board of Supervisors. "We need to preserve what makes York County great, its citizens, and we do that by keeping taxes low and protecting private property, while giving our children the education to succeed and the job opportunities to stay here in York,” said Green. "We cannot ignore the needs of our neighbors who are working hard every day to make ends meet. I am running to stand up and be the voice for my neighbors.” (Read the Article) (Have a Comment?)
Fourth image smallPoquoson Fourth Graders Visit Richmond ... Poquoson Elementary School fourth grade students participated in a field trip to Richmond where they were given the opportunity to see to the Capitol and experience a mock bill proposal. Delegate Helsel met with students and facilitated this hands on experience. Fourth graders sat at the Virginia delegates' desks and "voted” on a proposed bill of whether boys and girls should be in separate classes. Select students were chosen to act as the Speaker and the Clerk. Fourth graders also visited the Virginia War Memorial, St. John's Church, and enjoyed boxed lunches on the Capitol lawn. (Read the Article) (Have a Comment?)
Bishop ad apr15Fish News - Tide Chart ... Drum fishing is nothing short of fantastic. Big red and black drum are being caught in large numbers. Big FI1 21may15 smallblack drum are being caught in the general areas of buoys 16,13, and 10 and in some of the seaside inlets of the Eastern Shore. Big red drum are being caught in the seaside surf and on Nautilus, Latimer, and 9- Foot Shoals. You have some time to get in on the red drum bite but the black drum will not FI2 21may15 smallhang out for long. They may or may not stage around the islands of the CBBT for the summer after they leave the areas they are at now. The good news is that about the time that the black drum bite wanes, cobia will be here. There have been some cobia caught out of Hatteras but it has not taken off yet. This should be the week. There will be some in the bay later this month with our cobia fishery really getting going in June. (Read full Fish News Article) (Get the Tide Chart) (Have a Comment?)
Just so you know 21may15YCSD image1YCSD image2Big Winners Within YCSD: Superintendent’s Award and Spirit of Education ... Congratulations to the 2015 York County School Division (YCSD) Employee Recognition Program recipients! The Superintendent’s Award recognizes employees who have made a particularly meaningful contribution to the school and/or community. Christina Majka, a Tabb High School teacher, received the award in recognition of her dedication to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Karen Neal- Shafer, a first grade teacher at Waller Mill Elementary School, was honored with the Spirit of Education Award. This award recognizes employees who symbolize the essence of public education. (See Page 3, May 21, 2015 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
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Fifes imageFifes and Drums of York Town 40th Anniversary Season ... The Fifes and Drums of York Town kick off their 40th Anniversary performance season this Saturday, May 23rd at 4:30 at the Nelson House in Historic Yorktown. The Fifes and Drums of York Town was established in 1975 to perform for the Bicentennial Celebration in 1976. For the past 40 years, the Fifes and Drums of York Town have performed for the Yorktown community and many destinations along the East Coast. (See Page 6, May 21, 2015 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
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Local Schools Announce Honor Rolls ... Bethel Manor Elementary School announces their 3rd Quarter A and A-B Honor Rolls, Coventry Elementary School announces their 3rd Quarter A and A-B Honor Rolls, Dare Elementary School announces their 3rd Quarter A, and A-B Honor Rolls, Grafton Bethel Elementary School announces their 3rd Quarter A and A-B Honor Rolls, and Magruder Elementary School announces their 3rd Quarter A and A-B Honor Rolls. (See Page 4 and 5, May 21, 2015 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
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Vets imageVeterans Corner ... Memorial Day will be Monday, May 25, 2015. This day honors all servicemembers who died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. Originally known as Decoration Day, the observance dates to the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. On Memorial Day, we can honor those who served and died in numerous ways but honor them we should. One method is by properly displaying the American Flag. On Memorial Day the flag should be flown at half-staff from sunrise until noon only, then raised briskly to the top of the staff until sunset, in honor of the nation’s battle heroes. (See Page 9, May 21, 2015 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
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Music imageMoonlight and Music Returns to New Quarter Park on May 27 ... Musicians of all skill levels are invited to bring their acoustic instruments on Wednesday, May 27, for the start of another season of Moonlight and Music evening jam sessions at New Quarter Park. This program of round-robin songs is led by local musician Joe Duggan of the group, "Joe's Day Off.” Moonlight and Music jams are held every fourth Wednesday of the month from May through September from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (See Page 8, May 21, 2015 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
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Art imageArt Speaks on the Bay Awards Announced ... The Bay School Community Arts Center’s annual juried art show, Art Speaks on the Bay, opened on Saturday, May 2, with a reception and awards presentation. Juror and judge Jill Jensen, a mixed-media printmaking and fiber artist from Lynchburg, awarded seven cash prizes to Virginia artists at a total of $2950. A crowd of 200 art lovers from around the region attended the reception, mingling with the artists and enjoying the hors d’oeuvres prepared by Bay School board member Valerie Adams and her team of volunteers. (See Page 14, May 21, 2015 Edition) (Have a Comment?)





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