The Shenandoah National Park Association is sponsoring the 2016 Resource Seminars in Shenandoah National Park.The seminars provide participants with the opportunity to get to know their national park a little more personally through in-depth, hands-on experiences. The seminars will highlig…

  • BY TERRY BEIGIE Record Staff Writer
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Students at William Monroe Middle School recently celebrated thoughtfulness during Random Acts of Kindness Week. Students, teachers, administration and staff participated in the week-long event, taking extra time to help each out or noticing kind acts by others.

  • BY BRIAN MELLOTT For The Greene County Record
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The Ruckersville Volunteer Fire Co. hosted a “Meet and Greet” last Friday, inviting local residents to learn more about the fire station, the services it offers and opportunities to support and volunteer.

  • BY ALEX CARRIER Record Correspondent
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What do pageants, vision and hearing, scholarships and service have in common? They are all part of a Greene County Lions Club annual fundraiser - the Miss Greene, Little Miss, Little Mister and Petite Miss pageants.

  • BY ALEX CARRIER Record Correspondent
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Science is everywhere, in everything we are and do. Yet, many people know little or nothing about the all the different science of our lives.  

  • BY BRIAN MELLOTT For The Greene County Record
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Once in a great while, you get to meet a person who has not only lived a great long life, but who has witnessed, firsthand, the kind of history that most of us only get to read about schoolbooks.

  • ALEX CARRIER For The Greene County Record
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Forty-three Smile dolls and eight child-size hospital gowns are part of the latest Operation Smile donation crafted with love by the Woman’s Club of Greene County.

Whether you’re a young adult or an adult that’s young at heart, check out these titles chosen by the Young Adult Library Services Association division of the American Library Association as this year’s top 10 in young adult fiction:

The 4-H Spaghetti Dinner and A Show will take place Saturday, Feb. 20, at 6 p.m. at the William Monroe Middle School Cafeteria.

  • BY ALEX CARRIER Record Correspondent
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With the start of the New Year comes the end of many things – including the reign of the 2015 Miss Greene, Little Miss and Little Mister Greene.

  • BY WENDELL LAMB
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The Apostle Paul, in I Corinthians Chapter 13, takes a good look at love. On Feb. 14, we are going to celebrate Valentine’s Day; and our attention is being drawn to a little word called love.

  • by Terry Beigie
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For the past nine years, the first Saturday of December the town of Stanardsville shines brightly and this Dec. 5 is no exception. The 10th annual Parade of Lights, cosponsored by the Greene County Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Stanardsville, will wind its way through the downtown star…

  • by Amber Galaviz
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As part of their 43rd season, Four County Players is presenting "Honk! A Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling," with music by George Stiles and book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe. The musical, based on "The Ugly Duckling" by Hans Christian Andersen, opened Friday, Nov. 20 and runs through Sunday,…

As part of their 43rd Season, Four County Players is proud to present "Honk! A Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling," with music by George Stiles and book & lyrics by Anthony Drewe, based on "The Ugly Duckling" by Hans Christian Andersen.

  • BY PAT FITZGERALD Record Editor
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The news events making headlines in the Greene County Record years ago.

Church-related items of interest happening in and around Greene County.

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library joins with the American Library Association and public libraries nationwide to make sure that our students have the most import school supply of all — a free library card.

Alan Yost (right), Greene County Economic Development and Tourism director, presents a check for $20,000 to Mayor Gary Lowe (second from left) as EDA’s donation to Phase II of the Stanardsville Streetscape project to extend sidewalks at either end of Main Street. The project is funded in par…

When the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank received a $25,000 grant from Walmart to spark investment into partner agency equipment needs, it went further and matched the funds to supply even more equipment.

Alan Yost, Greene County Economic Development and Tourism director, presented a check for $20,000 to Mayor Gary Lowe as EDA’s donation to Phase II of the Stanardsville Streetscape project to extend sidewalks at either end of Main Street.

Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer describes the 12th expedition to “Area X,” a region cut off from the continent for decades, by a group of intrepid women scientists who try to ignore the high mortality rates of those on the previous 11 missions.

Maybe you’ve got a lot on your plate, or maybe you have a short attention span. Either way, if you’re looking for a book to read that won’t take up too much of your time, check out one of these titles from the Greene County Library:

  • BY WENDELL LAMB
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The Apostle John, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, wrote to the church of Ephesus and warned them unless they repented the candlestick would be removed out of “his place.”

The Art Guild of Greene held its third annual picnic for members on Saturday, July 18, at Janice and Victor Rosenberg’s historic Rose Mountain Farm on Haneytown Road. Sixty-one Art Guild members braved the hot, humid evening to enjoy fried chicken and numerous pot luck offerings of salads an…

The Art Guild of Greene held its third annual picnic for members on Saturday, July 18, at Janice and Victor Rosenberg’s historic Rose Mountain Farm on Haneytown Road. Sixty-one Art Guild members braved the hot, humid evening to enjoy fried chicken and numerous pot luck offerings of salads an…

Lumberjanes by Shannon Watters et. al — Best friends Jo, April, Mal, Molly, and Ripley spend a fun summer at Lumberjane scout camp where they encounter yetis, three-eyed wolves, and giant falcons while solving a mystery that holds the fate of the world in the balance.

Today, our presidents retreat to Camp David, but when  Herbert Hoover wanted to get away from it all,  he said, “Take me to the Rapidan.” Many fine artists have made the same choice, and their work will be exhibited at the Morin Gallery at the Arts Center in Orange for the next two months.

The Art Guild of Greene held its third annual picnic for members on Saturday, July 18, at Janice and Victor Rosenberg’s historic Rose Mountain Farm on Haneytown Road. Sixty-one Art Guild members braved the hot, humid evening to enjoy fried chicken and numerous pot luck offerings of salads an…