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April 20, 2007

I am writing a fundraiser for victims of arson in nearby Sugarland Run a day of mourning Friday, and about my own race for re-election and how you can help.


The board of supervisors recognized two young girls last Tuesday, Kimberly Evans and Meggan Huff, currently students at Seneca Ridge Middle School, for saving the Knight family

The two young ladies were walking by and noticed the fire, and Kimberly and Meggan, with no thought to their own safety, rushed to the front door to notify the Knight family of the danger, and because of their actions the Knight family was able to escape the fire, preventing anyone from being injured,

The board commended Kimberly Evans and Meggan Huff, and extended its gratitude for their selfless acts of bravery that saved the lives of the Knight family.


The heroic action we salute. The fire was caused by two young aledged arsonists apprehended and charged with the crime.

Now the Knight family and another family had their houses heavily damaged and they are our neighbors. On Friday there will be a fundraiser to help raise money for the 2 families from five p.m. to 8 p.m. at Chic Fila in Sugarland Crossing which is opposite the Burlington Coat Factory in Sterling. When you order your dinner from 5 to 8 p.m., fifteen per cent will go to the family. Make sure you tell them "this is for the fire victims".

I hope to see you at Chic Fila Friday from 5 to 8 help these two families. Thank you.


Governor Tim Kaine has declared Friday, April 20, 2007 a statewide day of mourning for the victims of Monday's tragedy at Virginia Tech. I encourage you to take a few moments at noon Friday to remember the victims and their families, as well as the entire Virginia Tech community. You may also want to wear Virginia Tech colors Friday in support of the university as it moves forward through these difficult times.

Virginia Tech family members across the country have united to declare this Friday, April 20, an "Orange and Maroon Effect" day to honor those killed in the tragic events on campus Monday and to show support for VT students, faculty, administrators, staff, alumni, and friends.

We invite everyone to be part of the Virginia Tech family this Friday and wear orange and maroon to support the families of those who were lost and support the school and community we all love.


Congressman Frank Wolf said, in part, on the floor of the House, "There is still a numbness and incredulity about what happened on the Virginia Tech campus just two days ago. It is said that time heals all wounds. The wounds in Blacksburg are deep, but with the unity of spirit and the deep faith I felt yesterday on the Tech campus, it is my hope that as the tomorrows come, this outstanding institution and all those who are associated with it will find hope and peace."

>>>>>In Memoriam-- We Remember

The homepage has listed 28 victims who's family have been notified.

The background of the students and 4 faculty who died.

The families of several victims have asked the university to share information regarding memorial services for their loved ones. They will add information.

Mary K. Read is a student from Northern Virginia. There will be an Memorial Mass in remembrance of Mary K. Read on Friday, April 20 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Mary of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, 5222 Sideburn Road, Fairfax Station, Virginia. All are welcome.

>>> Hundreds of Photos from VT online

The photo department of VT has taken hundreds of photos to document reaction on campus to the tragedy.


As I warned you: Allies of the Democratic Party have forced the re-opening of the nomination process for the Republican nomination for Supervisor in Sterling district.

They are attempting to rob Sterling of the right to be represented by a Republican Supervisor.

The Republican committee will meet April 25 at 7:30 Potomac Falls High School. If you are a member of the Republican committee you should attend. Or you can become a "delegate".

Following that meeting there will be 7 day period in which new delegates can sign up and already newspapers are promoting a "Republican" opponent to me. This opponent is a long time ally of the Democratic Party attempting to make Sterling a one party government.

Of course the Democratic Party chairman has declared "he is not involved". He and his allies just stand to profit greatly.

85 of you are already delegates to the June convention. Starting today, those of you who are not delegates, please consider becoming a delegate to the June Convention. Allies of the Democratic Party have also attacked the Republicans' choice of the Community Church as the site for the convention.

They want a one party government where only liberals rule and they don't like churches.

I know this is something you need to stand with me on. I have been to most places of worship in Sterling. This is a fine church. Consider going with me to the June Republican convention being held in the Community Church.

We need to double the number of delegates and repulse the hordes of Democrats as they push to destroy our two party system. Liberal lawyers and weak leadership have gotten us in this mess. Only a large number of Sterling Americans standing together can solve the problem, as usual.

Help me by becoming a delegate. All you have to do is fill out a form which I will provide you.

Let me know if you wish to be a delegate. Thank you.

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