Jeffersonton Village Sign (photo credit Linda Bradshaw)
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Press Release from Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office:
Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office has encouraged Eastern View and Culpeper County High School students to behave responsibly before, during, and after prom and to be alcohol- and drug-free on prom night, and students who signed the “my 2015 PROMise” pledge to do so were entered into a raffle at their respective schools to win a free limousine for prom night courtesy of Sheriff Scott Jenkins and CCSO.
At the May 7 CCHS prom assembly, SRO Sergeant Joe Curtis spoke about the “my PROMise” initiative, Sheriff Jenkins introduced a video of the EVHS mock crash, and the guest speaker was Mrs. Kim McKiernan, who started a local MADD chapter that meets in Rappahannock County and includes Culpeper.
CCHS student Dalton McKinley won a night in a stretch Hummer limousine with 15 of his friends.
Sergeant Curtis, Dalton McKinley, and Sheriff Jenkins (photo provided by Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office)
Remaining “my PROMise” signers were entered into a second drawing after prom to win an iPad, and Sheriff Jenkins presented the iPad to Jairen Washington, also a CCHS student, on Thursday, May 14, 2015.
Jairen Washington and Sheriff Jenkins (photo provided by Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office)
CCSO reports there were no student-involved alcohol or drug offenses on EVHS prom night, April 25-26, or CCHS prom night, May 9-10.
Culpeper County Firemans Parade
Press Release from Culpeper Town Police:
The Culpeper County Volunteer Fireman’s Parade is coming up on May 21, 2015. This year there is going to be a change to the parade lineup.
To alleviate traffic concerns and improve safety for residents on the east side of the Town, the lineup will use the northbound lanes of Sperryville Pike, Old Rixeyville Road up to the roundabout, and West Street up to Cameron Street. The southbound lanes of Sperryville Pike will be converted to two-way traffic connecting with Blue Ridge Avenue. Colonel Jameson Boulevard will be utilized to maintain traffic flow during the parade.
Traffic travelling into town on Sperryville Pike will be directed down Colonel Jameson Boulevard to bypass the parade lineup, only parade entries will be allowed to travel past the roundabout. There will be both Fire and Law Enforcement officials at key locations to assist in directing parade entries and maintaining traffic flow.
Town of Culpeper Public Works will be providing materials for directing traffic flow and notifying drivers of changes in traffic direction.
For additional questions about particular entry locations and lineup procedures please review the Culpeper County Volunteer Fire Department’s Facebook page or visit culpeperfire dot com.