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Sobriety Checkpoint Friday 10 Year Old Boy Lifts One Ton in Sterling

November 9, 2012

Ten Year Old Boy Lifts One Ton-- of food.
70 Year Old Lady Lifts 2 tons-- of garbage

Dear Sterling American

Thank you to all of you who voted. On election day we were one community turning out in large numbers to make a very big decision for President. A majority voted to re-elect Barack Obama as President and for Tim Kaine as Senator. Its back to work on our community. Here's more remarks at the link below.

Mitt Romney and George Allen presented their case and liberals in the news media attacked them every day for it.

If you include the news media in the financial calculation of campaign expenditures, the Republicans are only outspent one hundred to one.

That's what passes for "even odds" by today's liberal double standard.

More at the Link
"I will work harder, as we all will have to..."

This Just In Department:

LCSO Plans Sobriety Checkpoint Friday, November 9, 2012

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office will conduct a sobriety checkpoint beginning on Friday, November 9, 2012. The sobriety checkpoint will begin at 10PM.

Members of the Sheriff's Office Auxiliary Unit and volunteers from the Loudoun Chapter of MADD will assist with the checkpoint.

10 Year Old Boy Lifts One Ton

A small army of Cub and Boy scouts of America have visited thousands
of doors in Sterling this past Saturday to note the collection of food
at 9 a.m.

NEXT Saturday November 10. One ten year old lifts about 2,000
pounds a bag at a time and the local packs and troops together collect
17 to 25 tons and they all take turns carrying it to the shelters and
distributing it to 4,000 local families in a few days.

If you got the note on your door this past Saturday please leave out
non-perishable food for the scout pick up


There is a 70 year old lady who has carried 2 tons of collected refuse off of
Sterling Boulevard in large orange bags over a five year period. Together with
Kevin and a dozen others they routinely collect 160 to 200 bags a year


Kevin invites you to volunteer in the Sterling Boulevard Cleanup from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday, November 10th.

All participants should come to BRIAR PATCH PARK (located along Sterling Blvd. between Charlotte St. and Frederick Dr.) at 8:45 a.m. to receive orange bags, safety vests, and instructions. Please bring work gloves! MAYBE we will have new bathrooms up and running?

Mega Mom Barbara Curtis Goes To Heaven And Her New Assignment

God Bless the mother of 12, Barbara Curtis, a friend to Sterling and America, who passed away recently who published many books on motherhood. Hundreds of tributes are now posted on her mommy life website. We pray for her and the family. Her many books are eternal and make fantastic gifts for Christmas.

7 day forcast from the Sterling based National Weather

AFTER THE ELECTION : Cinderella : Once Upon a Time

Joe Campanella and Sterling Playmakers presents. November 9, 10, 16 & 17 at 8:00 PM November 11, 17** & 18 at 3:00 PM
(**bonus matinee on Nov 17!) The Theatre at Sterling Middle School, purchase tickets at


In a message to the Board of Supervisors: The company digging on Route 7 with giant cranes right now announces the following:

General Excavation, Inc. plans on closing the cross over at Sterling Blvd and Route 7 and will be installing the 18" storm sewer pipe as (planned)beginning Thursday Nov. 8 at 10 pm to Friday Nov. 9 at 5 am.

General Excavation Inc. has received approval for the Maintenance of Traffic Plan and detour permits and is in coordination with VDOT and Loudoun County Sheriff's office. Giant message signs will be put up today to notify the public.

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