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To the Editor: I would like to thank the community for their generosity to the Thanksgiving program. This was a joint effort with the Food Resource Committee and the Caroline Department of Social Services. We had 17 sponsors that gave food, cash, and baskets for 57 families requesting holiday assistance. Some of the sponsors also delivered the baskets as well as the committee team. A special thank you to the
To the Editor: I want to extend my sincere appreciation to the Rotary Club and everyone that had a part in The 15th annual Senior Citizens’ Gala on Dec. 4 at Caroline High School. The ladies were escorted in the building by the Caroline High School JROTC. The JROTC helped serve the meals prepared by Chef Jazz and the Culinary Arts Class. Also helping serve the meals were the Caroline
To the Editor: On a recent Saturday morning I picked up the Sports Section as I always do and noted the Caroline High School football team had lost…again. A perfect season…no wins. And then it occurred to me that there was something much more significant here than a losing season. Coach Yates, his staff, and players had played their hearts out through a tough season. They went to every practice.
To the Editor: Years ago I had a friend that said, “Tell the truth and shame the devil.” Obviously, someone in our school system is not “shaming the devil.” I have worked with both Mary Anderson and Jeff Sili on behalf of the community and I have found both of them to be people that care for the community and are very honest. I am appalled, that for some odd
To the Editor: Re: Richard C. Grimes, Sr.’s letter to the editor in the November 27, 2014, edition of The Caroline Progress. I understand Mr. Grimes anger and frustration at his signature being forged on the petition in support of the Chaney Mine at Moss Neck. I would also be angry if my signature was forged on a petition. I take issue with most of Mr. Grimes’s other comments, however.
By Shannon V. Becker President, Aqua Virginia The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that Virginia needs to invest $6.7 billion in its drinking water infrastructure and $6.8 billion in its wastewater infrastructure through 2030. These investments are vital to public health and the economy, but the people they serve rarely see them. When you turn on the tap or flush a toilet, you expect that all the pipes and
To the Editor: I sent a letter to our district Supervisor, a member of the Caroline County Board of Supervisors, to point out and make abundantly clear that the promotional “Support for Chaney Enterprises” petition presented to this Board was in fact a fraudulent and illegal document. This questionable falsified document included my name and forged signature along with the names and signatures of deceased persons and numerous others that