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November 19, 2005

>>> SULLY'S DISCOVERY PARK FUNDRAISING

Sully Elementary PTO is having a Craft Fair/Yard Sale TODAY, Saturday,
November 19 from 9am until 1pm.

Sully Elementary School is located by the Sterling Water Tower, several
blocks east on Maple Avenue off of Sterling Boulevard.

There will be bargains galore and treasures to find. Also a wonderful
opportunity for our neighbors to buy Christmas presents. There will
also be items for children to purchase. Tables are still available if
you want to sell your crafts or treasures. Just go to www.SullyPTO.com
for more information.

Food will be available for sale. Jerry's Pizza will be selling subs and
pizza and ChickFilA will be selling chicken sandwiches along with other
items. THEY will also have breakfast items and baked goods for sale.

All proceeds will go to the Sully Science Park now officially named
DISCOVERY PARK.

>>>>LINK HAVING BIG EVENT NOV. 19 TO FEED 1,000 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Starting at 9 a.m., TODAY Saturday November 19, please consider helping
distribute food at Christ the Redeemer R.C. church along with volunteers
from 19 other Christian churches. The work continues to 5 p.m. Lunch is
provided all volunteers.

You can do it. Senator Mims, Delegate Rust, Eugene Delgaudio and several
other elected officials (school board members, supervisors) plan to work
throughout the day.

Many families with children living in at-risk situations depend on
LINKââ'¬â"¢s support in an effort to free up money to be used for rent and
utilities. All work was accomplished by volunteers. Never
underestimate the power of a united Christian Church.

Christ the Redeemer RC church is located on Leesburg Pike in Sterling,
next to Koons Sterling Ford, 1/4 mile east of Sterling Boulevard on the
right.

Please see Herndon Times article.
http://www.timescommunity.com/site/tab5.cfm?newsid=15552335&BRD=2553&PAG=461&dept_id=511691&rfi=6

LINK Volunteers Prepare for Holidays Connection article.
http://connectionnewspapers.com/article.asp?article=58716&cat=104

>>> GRAND MART INTERNATIONAL FOOD OPENS

A new supermarket has opened where the Food Lion on Leesburg Pike in
Sterling was. The president of the Grand Mart, David Kang, presented 3
$1500 checks for a total of $4500 to the Sheriff's Department, the
Library and Sterling Fire and Rescue. He also presented a dozen other
checks to local charities. Nice start for a community store.

>>>LIBERALS CONTINUE ANTI-STERLING ATTACKS

Liberals continue to attack Sterling's majority vote against the Western
Loudoun HS and ignore being critical of Western Loudoun's voting down
Rolling Ridge Elementary school AND Sugarland Elementary School
renovations at the same time. Two newspapers did print the obvious news:
people in both West and East had the freedom to vote their opinions, ON
EACH BOND, by majorities. I embrace that freedom.

>>>> STERLING AMERICANS HAVE THE RIGHT TO SAY "NO MORE"

I disagree with Western Liberals, but I will defend their right to vote.

I wish Loudoun county's establishment felt the same way about Sterling
voters!

I said again this past Tuesday to the Loudoun Establishment Liberals in
Leesburg: let's not be hypocritical and ignore that Sterling Americans
have the same freedom that Western Loudoun Liberals have-- to vote down
something. Scott York and his cabel say Sterling does not have the same
rights as his western Loudoun liberal gang. I say we are equal and have
the same right to vote "no".

This past Tuesday, Mr. York repeated his condemnation of anyone
exercizing the right to vote down a wasteful project, while ignoring my
expectation that if liberals condemn what Sterling Americans have done
than they should equally and in the same breath condemn their "sponsors"
who voted down "school bonds" for Eastern Loudoun.

York said "I condemn what my Sterling Supervisor has done as
reprehensible." (quote)

>>>Sterling Comes Out Strong!
>>>Scouts Collect Tons of Food for Needy Families with LINK

Local Boy Scouts collected more than 92,000 pounds of food across
Loudoun County on Saturday morning in the Scouting for Food drive.

The total was 17 percent more than last year and nearly double the total
of three years ago.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/11/16/AR2005111600093.html

>>>GOLDEN CORRAL DELIVERS

A military veteran writes and says "Thank you for telling me about the
dinner at the
Golden Corral for veterans. A fellow veteran and I really enjoyed our
dinners."

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