I go to the West for the incredible scenery, history, freedom – and the old cars. These old Fords and Chevys can survive for decades out in the desert. The cars are beginning to disappear; some get swept away in flash floods, some become valuable for parts or even restoration and some get shot full of holes.
Thomas Dale High School’s Marching Knights, directed by teachers David Holley and Steve Barton, won a superior rating at the 2011 Bluestone Marching Band Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 8.
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Two weeks ago, C.C. Wells Elementary School kicked off their involvement in Fuel Up to Play 60, a nationwide program promoting a healthy lifestyle in young students, by having the school’s 700 students and 80 faculty and staff gather in the school’s gymnasium. There, students learned the benefits of good nutrition.
Faculty, staff and administration at Bensley Elementary School held a trophy ceremony last Tuesday evening in the school’s cafeteria to celebrate students who passed their SOLs (Standards of Learning) tests last year.
October was a busy month for Matoaca High Fashion Merchandising students and their teacher Heather Viar.
Whenever the Thomas Dale Knights and the Meadowbrook Monarchs have gotten together in the past few years, the game has had a lot of meaning. Last season, Meadowbrook had to beat Thomas Dale to stay alive for a wildcard in the playoffs, and did so 20-16. In 2009, the teams met and were both undefeated in the district.
Only the fans in the Virginia State University (VSU) bleachers seemed to feel the nasty weather at last Saturday’s game in Ettrick. Their players, however, emerged from the locker room hot-blooded and ready to do some real damage on Virginia Union University.