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Sterling has a Presidential Candidate?

April 9, 2007

Happy Easter Monday to you all. All of Loudoun's houses of worship were filled to capacity Friday, Saturday and Monday. Congratulations to all for making Sterling a better community.


The great Santini has said "We will not run out of pizza". Is he right? So help me out here. Help eat some pizza and see if Santini's can keep up with you. Don't forget your job is help eat sandwiches, salad or any of the fine food Mr. Santini is making for this event. I know you can do it. Sterling must do it. And of course, if you can, donate as large a check as possible. There is no limit to the pizza and there is no limit to the amount you can write on that check to donate to "Friends of Delgaudio" for my re-election. Thank you.

Apr 13, 2007 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Opening Day Campaign Season 2007
Location: Santini's New York Deli, famous for 30 years
46950 Community Plaza Drive in Sterling Under the Clock Tower off Route 7, opposite Chick Fil-A

>>>>Discovery Park Fix-It Weekend-- The Story Continues

Some minor maintenance is needed on Discovery Park to finish up some things that did not get completed last Fall. To kick things off, a Tile Painting Party is planned for Friday, April 20th at Sully Elementary School from 6:30-7:30pm. All children are invited to come and paint a tile that will be installed all around the park. It is free of charge. Pizza and drinks will also be provided free of charge.

Everyone is also welcome to come to Discovery Park the weekend of April 28th-29th to help with some fixing up. We will be there starting at 8:00am. Lunch will be provided free of charge. No skill is required. Relive the experience for one hour.

Valerie Petrey, Peter Kronenberg, Peter Klosky and hundreds of parents and Sterling volunteers from all walks of life put this project together. The single most important volunteer project since Briar Patch Park. Keep it going with a little help.

>>>>>A Future President From Sterling?

During a long news media interview I stated on Good Friday morning that, today, a young person in Sterling could be a future President. I was promoting how devoted all of Sterlings parents are to their children and that of course Sterling could be the home of a future President. I was delighted to find out, indeed, when I learned after the interview "Sterling has a Presidential Candidate",

>>>Sterling Has A Candidate for President!

Michael Monrroy, age 17, of Sterling is running for President of the American University freshman student body. He is an honor roll student at Park View HS and graduates this year and announced for the Presidency earlier. He is using "facebook" to fuel his campaign and has signed up nearly 200 supporters so far, with 41 from AU. Monrroy will be at the April 13 Delgaudio for Supervisor event and is supporting Delgaudio and we are supporting him in his run as well. He is seeking support of college freshman at AU and of course would welcome the support of any Park View HS and other Sterling "Facebook" college students.

I support Michael Monrroy for President official campaign website

the Michael Monrroy home page, where you can obtain more background


Sterling Boulevard Cleanup, Saturday, April 14, 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers needed. Meet at Park View Recycling Center (400 W Laurel Ave.) to receive orange bags, safety vests, instructions and directions. Please bring gloves. In
case of inclement weather, cleanup will be deferred to April 21. For more information, call Kevin Chroninger at 703-406-7749 or visit This is another largely unheralded worker-bee Sterling group getting little television news recognition for their singular devotion to Sterling.


The chances of this type of headline in Sterling has been greatly reduced due to my anti-crowding ordinance being enforced and your continued reporting of overcrowded houses.

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The next scheduled meeting of the full Loudoun Republican committee will be Monday, April 30, 2007. Sterling always has a large contingent. Location to be announced.


Okay maybe that's a little much. It being Easter, allow me to express thanks to the men and women of the community to make our lives as good as it is. Look around you. Churches, sports leagues, teachers, volunteers of all kinds.

In this e-letter I talk about some of the big projects and more to come (Lower Loudoun Football League) this year. Let's recognize some who were around before the internet was invented. Before cell phones and before pagers there was the STERLING PARK JAYCEETTES AND JAYCEES for Junior Chamber of Commerce. The names are etched on a plaque that is fixed to a large stone at the Briar Patch Park where 20 slides stand since 1984. In May of that year these families and many local businesses contributed their time and money to build Briar Patch park: Gwen Thompson, Project Chairman and George and Linda Armstrong, Ken and Cheryl Benjamin, Thomas and Audie Dawson, Charles Kahn, Howard Manas, John and Sharon Murphy, The Shie Tribe, and Tommy and Gwen Thompson. Not since Briar Patch Park has there been more projects being worked on in Sterling so lets not forget who started that spirit.

>>> APRIL 25, 7 P.M.

The first meeting of the advisory group for the Sheriff's substation at Rolling Ridge will be on April 25 at 7 PM at the Sheriff's station at University Center. Directions are: Take George Washington Blvd north from Rt. 7 (George Washington Blvd is the first traffic light west of Rt 28 on Rt. 7), then take the first right onto Research Place. The station will be at the bottom of the hill on the left. Members of the public can attend and you can join the group if you wish by calling Dave Franklin 571-258-3075. Tell him Supervisor Delgaudio sent you.

>>>>>>> COME and get your Orange Hat!

THE INVITE HAS ARRIVED in the Sterling area. The independent Newspaper has reported this major Delgaudio event. You must come. Don't let me down.

My wife Sheila and I invite you to a party Friday April 13, 2007 at Santini's in Sterling at 6:30 p.m. . Please help in my campaign for re-election to a third term on the Loudoun Board of Supervisors I hope you can come and I hope you can help with a donation. If you can not come, let me know and send a check for $2,000, $1000, $500, or whatever you can send.

I am being backed by the Republican Party, 25 local Republican elected officials including Reps. Tom Davis and Frank Wolf, singer Pat Boone and Redskin hero Charles Mann and hundreds of small and large contributors,

I promise to work hard at re-election and with your help continue another 4 more years of responsible public service.

WHEN: Apr 13, 2007 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
WHAT Opening Day Campaign Season 2007
Location: Santini's New York Deli, famous for 30 years)
46950 Community Plaza Drive in Sterling Under the Clock Tower off Route 7, opposite Chick Fil-A

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