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August 4, 2009

>>> BOARD OFF, LTM POSTS FUNNY STORY

The Board of Supervisors is "off" for August and the Loudoun Times Mirror has posted a funny story about what I am prepared to do for my constiuents and what other Supers do.
http://www.loudountimes.com/news/2009/aug/04/dear-supervisor-i-need-bubble-gum-county-officials/

>>> WOMEN'S SELF DEFENSE

(PHOTO CAPTION ) NRA certified instructor Ed Levine volunteers to get kicked as part of women's self defense training. Mr. Levine was also slapped, hit and flipped several times. Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio organized the event which was attended by 50 women who were briefed by the Sheriff, Virginia State Police, Golds Gym, National Rifle Association, and Silver Eagle Group

>>> Delgaudio Recognizes Interns, Awards Student Scholarships

Recently, I hosted an awards luncheon at Sugarland Crossing's Chic Fil A for current and future interns and their parents for working for Sterling District.

4 interns received tuition scholarships to the week long Young America's Foundation Student Conference featuring former Speaker Newt Gingrich at George Washington University this week (August 3 to August 8) which 3 are attending and one will attend next year's conference due to a conflict.

I am proud of the academic accomplishment and civic committment demonstrated by this years awardees. Their parents and family are to be congratulated as well.

Photo (caption), Left to right: Looking On is Rachel Sargent, Staff of Supervisor, Laura Falcon, a rising Junior at University of Mary Washington, Caitlin Jones, Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) and Meenal Tyagi, who are High School seniors at area high schools. Along with Cameron Sajedi, not pictured, 4 students were awarded certificates of scholarship to the YAF conference.

In addition, two interns, Laura Falcon and Caitlin Jones, finished their internships this summer and were given Citations of Merit for their volunteer service to Sterling and Loudoun County. Families were guests at the awards dinner. The tuition scholarships covered a $300 fee and a travel stipend of $50 was also awarded to students from a foundation grant.


>>>>Sterling Area Neighborhood Watch Party

When: Saturday, August 15, 2009 Time: 12:30pm TO 4:00pm
Where: Sterling Park Community Center
Why: Rebuilding our Community - One Day at a Time
Who: Sterling Residents/Businesses/Religious Organizations
What: Music, Dancing, Free Finger Food and soft drinks
Contacts: Sterling Area, Forest Ridge Neighborhood Watch:
The email address ( sterlingareanw@gmail.com ), Questons, call 540-907-5115. See you at the Party!

>>>>SEPT. 15 SPECIAL TRAINING

Please save the date September 15 for a special training session on women's self defense by the Sheriff's department. It will be 7-9:30 p.m. at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy.

Capacity: 140. RSVP PHONE TO CALL 571-258-3200 AUDRA VOGEL. The classes fill up quickly.

>>>> STERLING DISTRICT WOMEN'S SELF DEFENSE CLASSES

Ages 18 and up. Beginner self defense focuses on general awareness and Hit and Run techniques, etc. Cost $30 on 9-26, 2 hours, 2:30 p.m. , 10-24, 2:30 p.m. and 11-21, 2:30 p.m. at the Sterling Community Center Call 703-430-9480. Tell them Eugene Delgaudio sent you.

>>>> WHY LIBERAL ACLU LAWYERS CAN NOT BE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR DELEGATE!


Here in Sterling we are fighting the liberals and the results of their policies day and night. Comes now Senator Ken Cuccinelli, Republican candidate for Attorney General regarding the total lack of legal depth on the part of his opponent in the upcoming General District regarding a recent pro-criminal rights Supreme Court decision to free criminals on technicalities:

Mr. Cuccinelli, always sharp, says: (quote) Melendez-Diaz vs. Massachusetts: This is the June 25th case that caused me to ask the Governor to call a special session, which he did, but not until after my opponent called it "a political stunt."

Thankfully, Governor Kaine agreed with me and not my opponent. I am on the right track in addressing this legislatively to make sure our prosecutors don't lose any more drunk driving or drug cases because of the Melendez decision. My opponent still hasn't said what his proposed alternative to legislation is in this area, AND he mistakenly claimed that he had a bill in 2007 (HB 2086) that would have fixed the Melendez problem in drunk driving cases, but he got the law wrong! Woops. (unquote)

>>> DELGAUDIO WALKS FOR TICKET

I will working for the Republican ticket this Saturday. Details follow: Saturday, August 8: Door to Door, 10:00AM-12:00PM, 1:00-3:00PM, Suzanne Volpe's House, 20547 Quarterpath Trace Cir, Sterling.

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