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Easter Greeting

March 25, 2005

I know its Good Friday with Easter in a short 48 hours. So Easter
greetings in advance.

During this Holiday, I will visit area Churches and give thanks for all
the special graces with other like-minded citizens, starting at sundown.
(Yes, I will visit all faiths and non-Christian denominations as well.)

>>>Another Good Cause?

I am raising money as usual. This time for the David Dingman Grover
Cancer Fund. I will come by and visit you, if you wish, starting Monday
through Friday to pick up your donation.

Or you can mail it to my p.o. box to save me the trip.

So, far I have gotten $2,750 in pledges or actual checks for this
special cause and my goal is $5,000 by April 5, 9:00 A.M. sharp. I am close.

Some donors will allow me to announce them as sponsors of this Welcome
Back Committee. Thank you. Some donors wish to remain anonymous. I will
respect these wishes. Thank you also. Giving in any amount is
appreciated. I want all donors to be respected, whatever their wishes.
This project is a charity, not political.

Can you write a check payable to "David Dingman Grover Cancer Fund"and
call me at 703-421-4599. Tell me if you want me to pick it up. SEE ME
when I visit or tape it to your door with my name on it. Or mail it to
Eugene Delgaudio, Sterling c/o P.O. Box 1222 Sterling, Va. 20164. Thank you.

>>>RESOLUTION OF RECOGNITION/DAVID DINGMAN GROVER

Together, you and I, along with the Board of Supervisors, will declare
April 5th, 2005
"David Dingman Grover Day" in Loudoun County with ceremonies and a
donation to his Cancer Fund.

Supervisor Delgaudio has requested that staff prepare a Resolution of
Recognition for action at the April 5 Board of Supervisors Meeting at
9:30 a.m. right after the opening prayer and pledge of allegiance.

David Dingman Grover, of Sterling, is a 10-year-old Sterling boy who
overcame cancer in a case that drew international attention.

You are invited to witness this event, on television (cable access) or
in Leesburg in the Board of Supervisors room. Help celebrate April 5th,
2005 as "David Dingman Grover Day."

David, his father Bryn, and his mother Tiffini will be accepting the
commendation at the April 5, 2005 business meeting at 9:30 a.m. sharp.

Consider writing a check for the David Dingman Cancer Fund also. The
entire USA came forward to support this brave young man who is an
inspiration to all children in Sterling.

>>> Congressman Frank Wolf Special Meetings on Gangs and Drugs

Congressman Frank Wolf, responding to my requests and many of your
requests, is holding two special Town Meetings to hear from experts on
what is being done to address two pressing issues: gang violence and
teen substance abuse.

SPECIAL TOWN MEETINGS FOR PARENTS & STUDENTS
Teen Substance Abuse

Monday, April 4 7:30 p.m. McLean High School Auditorium
McLean High School 1633 Davidson Road McLean, VA 22101

>>>STERLING MEETING WITH CONGRESSMAN FRANK WOLF
>>>FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS

Gang Awareness and Intervention (NEXT WEDNESDAY)
Wednesday, March 30 7:30 p.m. Seneca Ridge Middle School Auditorium
Seneca Ridge Middle School 98 Seneca Ridge Drive, Sterling, VA 20164

>>>Directions to the Sterling Meeting from Sterling

Go to Route 7 East to the traffic signal at Augusta Drive (approximately
one traffic light from Sterling Blvd.) Turn Left onto Augusta Drive;
Proceed to the second intersection Turn Right onto Seneca Ridge Drive;
Follow Driveway and SRMS will be on your right.

Join me to learn how federal, state and local law enforcement officials
and others are
working to combat the growing gang problem through tougher law
enforcement measures, education and intervention.

SPEAKERS: Senior FBI Agents; Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force
Members and the Loudoun County Gang Response Intervention Team

>>>BlueGrass Band at the Swim Club

A new Bluegrass Country Music Jam comes to the Sterling Park Golf Swim
and Tennis Club from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, April 17. Call
703-406-4698 or email djohnson@roiwebsites.com.

>>>Sterling Foundation On The Move

Weather permitting, the Sterling Foundation will host a Sterling Blvd.
Clean up on Saturday, April 16 at the Park View Recycling Center (400
west Laurel Avenue) Meet at 8 a.m.. Thank you.

>>> Delgaudio Endorses Tom Rust For Re-election

Eugene Delgaudio of Sterling has endorsed former Herndon Mayor Tom Rust
for re-election as Delegate for the Herndon-Sterling District.
Congratulations to Delegate Rust.

>>>Chris Craddock, Delegate Candidate hosts Coffee April 11.

On April 11th, there will be a “Coffee with Chris†dessert in the
Centreville (Fairfax) area at the home of Carol Brotherton. Mr. Craddock
is running for delegate in Fairfax and has one precinct in Loudoun
County. If you or a neighbor would like to join Chris, he would love to
have you. Please RSVP to Carol, the hostess, directly at carolbro@cox.net.

>>>Farris Backs Another Chris for Delegate

Chris Oprison, Republican Candidate for the House of Delegates (33rd)
(www.chrisoprison.com )has received the endorsement of Michael Farris,
the founding President of Patrick Henry College, former Republican
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor, longtime conservative activist.
Farris has been named one of the most significant 100 "Faces of the
Century" in education by Education Week newsmagazine. Mr. Farris
received a Resolution of Commendation signed by 8 of the 9 Supervisors.
Congratulations to Mr. Oprison.

>>>Paul Goze Writes Again In Response to Attacks On School Board
Members For Considering >>>End to Anti-Christian Atmosphere in Public
Schools.

In published remarks, South Riding's Paul Goze answers attacks on
Christian morality in local newspaper: ("Loudoun Gay Lobby's" )...
appeal reveals that (their) understanding of our democracy is
inaccurate. It was not designed for those who do not respect morality,
it was established with an understanding that there is an authority that
is greater than the democracy itself which even Kings are subject to
(this is how we convicted Nazis after WWII, they claimed that they were
following orders, but we declared that the God given moral authority
that all nations are subject to condemns murder). The behaviors that
(the "Loudoun Gay Lobby") promotes will fair much better where there is
no law, or where morality is only defined by those in power, as in an
anarchy or tyranny.

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