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Huge community yard sale
A community yard sale will be held on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 8 a.m. to
noon at the Blue Grass Ruritian Building. The sale will benefit Highland
County Humane Society. Furniture, household items, tons of new kitchen
gadgets, clothing, toys, pet items and more! Blue Grass BBQ will be serv-ing
breakfast and lunch.
Homecoming
Virginia Chapel United Methodist Church is celebrating Homecoming
on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 10:15 a.m. There will be a luncheon following
service. The Rev. Lorrie Aikens is pastor of the church.
50th wedding anniversary card shower
Bobbie and Rick Griffin will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on
Aug. 23, 2017. Help us make their special day even more special with a
card shower by sharing your memories and friendship with a card to the
following address: Bobbie and Rick Griffin, 1077 Big Valley Road, Warm
Springs, Va,. 24484.
Thank you,
Sheryl and Matt Lindsey
LEXINGTON — Visit the Rock-bridge
Regional Library in Lexington
Saturday, Aug. 19 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
to build a pinhole viewer in preparation
of the eclipse on Monday. Participants
can also play a solar eclipse game for a
chance to win a pair of viewing glasses.
Rockbridge Regional Library Sys-tem
is excited to host live streaming of
the solar eclipse. Visit the Buena Vista,
Glasgow, Goshen, and Rockbridge Re-gional
Libraries Monday, Aug. 21 from
11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. to view the eclipse
through the NASA website.
Although the view from Rockbridge
Lexington library offers
eclipse viewing via NASA
and Bath counties will be a partial one,
it will be spectacular and a great op-portunity
to join others for a memorable
experience. The streaming at the library
via the internet will be informative and
thought provoking and will increase
knowledge about the eclipse.
Information on the eclipse and how to
safely view it is available at all library
branches and viewing glasses will be
available Aug. 21 while supplies last.
All events are free and open to all
ages. Call (540) 463-4324 or the nearest
branch library for more information.
Plecker reunion
The Plecker reunion will be held on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 1 p.m. at Jackie
and Tate Plecker’s river property. Please bring a dish to share and your
drink. Meat and paper goods will be provided. Hope to see you there.
and see
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Crochet
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analysis of groundwater recharge areas
based on actual site visits and real data
before being allowed to proceed.
“Highland has an active caving com-munity
which has explored and surveyed
our numerous caves. The caves are home
to several bat species, including the feder-ally
protected Indiana bat. The DElS fails
to adequately address mitigation regarding
this endangered species,” the county said.
“The Highland Board of Supervisors has
remained neutral on the ACP. However, we
were alarmed to read of the March 2017 de-cision
by a U.S. District Judge in Virginia,
who found that Dominion Virginia Power
violated the Clean Water Act by leaking
arsenic into waters surrounding a coal ash
storage area. Our small county cannot and
should not have to rely on Dominion’s
‘good will’ where the ACP is concerned.
Hard facts must be demanded by FERC.
“We ask that you require detailed, in-dependent
analyses of the threats to our
groundwater and the threats to all endan-gered
species. Our county does not have a
staff engineer, a staff erosion and sediment
control expert, or a staff biologist. We are
reliant on FERC to protect us from all
unreasonable adverse impacts as a result
of this for-profit project,” the county said.
From PIPELINE, page 7
The Virginia Department of Education released 2016 Standards of
Learning test results on Tuesday, which show very good results for all
Bath County schools. All Bath County Schools are fully accredited. Several
additional school quality scores and financial statistics can be found
at schoolquality.virginia.gov. Information on the site shows that local
funding per pupil is much higher in Bath County than the state average.
(Recorder chart by Geoff Hamill)
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