Monthly Archives: May 2008

Young Lawyers Even and Straw Poll results

Just came back after a terrific party tonight at the Hard Times.  We had about 150-200 people.  Not your usual political crowd.  Better looking by far! Business owners, lawyers, engineers, professors.  They were all there to participate.  Lots of folks … Continue reading

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Young Lawyers Event tonight

Tonight is our annual Young Lawyers event at the Hard Times in Fairfax City, directly across the street from the courthouse.  It’s from 5:30-7:30 pm.  Crowds in past years have ranged from 50 to 250.  Everyone is welcome and there … Continue reading

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Memorial Day in Vienna

Yesterday was a full day, beginning at 10 a.m. with the annual remembrance ceremony at the Flint Hill Cemetery organized by Post 180 of the American Legion in Vienna.  Afterwards the participants gathered at the Legion hall to celebrate the … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Rolling Thunder

This morning was the “Ride of the Patriots” from the Patriot Harley Davidson dealership in Fairfax City.  At 7 a.m., about 4,000 bikes were stretched out along Fairfax Boulevard, engines idling as they prepared for the day’s ride. Memorial Day … Continue reading

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Saturday at the Rivah

We’re down in Middlesex County today at my family’s farm on the Rapahannock River.  My great-grandfather was from Saluda and my mother’s family still keeps the family farm down here. Be very careful driving down Rte. 17 into the Rivah country.  I … Continue reading

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