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FLOODS, RAIN, WIND, LOUD LIBERALS do not impede or stop deliver of Eugene Delgaudio Report.......3 things deadlines for TODAY - Sterling Foundation, Sterling Swim Club and Park View HS Drama.

January 31, 2013

(Heads Up: 3 things have deadlines for today or tonight (see below): Sterling Foudnation, Sterling
Swim (pool) Club and Park View HS Drama.)

NEWS: DELGAUDIO REPORT ARRIVES DURING FLOOD

We got lots of rain yesterday and now its windy and cold. There are flood warnings and actually some flooded
roads west of Route 28 in Loudoun.

And there were several water rescues by deputies and rescue first responders of people stuck in cars in Ashburn, Leesburg and elsewhere.

But through rain and cold of winter, the people of Sterling will pull through and you will also get your Delgaudio Report which has been brought to every home.


Thank you to Consolidated Mail which has been attacked by liberals for printing this newsletter and getting it produced by Sterling employees for bringing it to you. When you read this Delgaudio newsletter keep in mind that liberals do not want you to read the truth.

Liberals believe in free speech for themselves and that the FIRST AMENDMENT does not apply to you as an American or any other non-liberal.

They, SOME LIBERALS, would bulldoze Sterling itself if they had the ability and power.

And so it is that a small group of brave Delgaudio staff and a small mail house in Sterling deliver the truth with an army of Sterling postal workers in the rain and wind.


TONIGHT Sterling Foundation

Sterling Foundation Winter Fun-Raising THURSDAY January 31

These are Sterling's top citizens always out front on the Boulevard, picking up trash and planting hundreds of trees. They sponsor the Sterlingfest and many other charities

Please help us keep these projects going by eating at: Joe's Pizzaria
22360 S Sterling Blvd, Sterling, VA 20164 (703) 444-9500 http://joespizzaria.com/ On Thursday, January 31, 2013
From 5-8 pm

Joe's will donate a percentage of the receipts from that evening (including take-out orders) to the Sterling Foundation


Dimitri Kesari for Water Board
Debt Monster Slayer

Thank you to those who have written bos@loudoun.gov to support
Dimitri Kesari for water board.

A respected senior Republican leader Mary Gail Swenson, who herself
has devoted her life to the GOP and to charitable causes hailed Kesari's nomination to another GOP post and her salute was greeted with laughter and applause. Joined by Eve Barner and Jo Thoburn both members of the
state central committee of the GOP, it seems almost unanimous support in the Republican Committee from all
factions.

Kesari in his public speech took time to embrace the other Republicans running for the two spots Ben Belrose and Charlie McKinney. McKinney could not be present for the rally due to a family illness. Belrose spoke to the committee
following Kesari's embrace and was warmly received. It has been learned this morning that Belrose will not be a candidate as we had hoped and that now there is just two Republicans and two non-Republicans for the water authority positions.

It is my hope that at least one Republican is elected and while I prefer Dimitri, it would not the first time that Dimitri waits to serve. For 25 years he, Dimitri, has volunteered for Republican candidates in Loudoun so that is 25 years of waiting to serve as a volunteer.

Will the Republican Board of Supervisors elect two Republicans to the water authority, one Republican or no Republicans?


RONALD REAGAN WOULD BE 102 THIS WEEK

On February 6 if he were still alive Ronald Reagan would be 102 years old. Liberals bulldoze his childhood home in Chicago now as I write this report.

Conservatives host young Sterling teens at his California Ranch on full scholarship.

MY FRIEND, AMBASSADOR BOLTON, HONORS REAGAN

Bolton Honors Reagan Feb. 6, 2013 102nd Reagan Birthday Celebration:

Ambassador John Bolton will speak here in Loudoun. Feb 6, 2013 7:00 - 8:30 PM
at Ashburn Presbyterian Church 20962 Ashburn Road Ashburn, Virginia 20147

He served as Ambassador to the United Nations under President George W. Bush and many high ranking positions in Federal Government. It is free admission. In the summer of 1969, on a Saturday in July, I made my own first broadcast
remarks on foreign policy so Ambassador Bolton is a youngster.

But he has more than made up for it in hundreds of articles, speeches and votes over his decades of world leadership.

LAST DAY TO SAVE $50-- TODAY!
OUTDOOR PRIVATE POOL IN STERLING

The Sterling Pool on Sterling Boulevard is doing a membership drive according to informed sources. The outdoor swimming will wait for warmer weather but you can save $50 by paying now.

A member of Sterling Seahawks says the family pool passes are $299 until the end of January, and regularly $349. A Junior member is $99 till the end of January, regularly $129.

For more information call 703-430-1400 or visit the Pro Shop at 333 South Sterling Blvd.


Teen Job Fair March 16

Save the Date, Saturday March 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Claude Moore Community Center on Cascades Parkway. That's the date for Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio's Fifth Annual Teen Job Fair. Let me know if you can volunteer and let me know if you want to hire teens. One new company that prepares food wants to hire 1500 teens for the summer just ten minutes from Sterling.

Park View HS "The Elephant Man" TONIGHT

Dominion HS "Little Shop of Horrors"

Opening night will be (TONIGHT) Thursday Janaury 31, Friday Feb. 1 and closing on Saturday Feb 2 at 7 p.m. nightly

Dominion HS is producing Little Shop of Horrors for its Winter production on Thursday Feb. 14m Friday Feb. 15, and Saturday Fe. 16, 7:30 p.m. nightly.

DELGAUDIO WELCOMES FBI
FBI MIGHT COME TO LOUDOUN

With the Federal Bureau of Investigation's search for a new headquarters location representing one of the region's biggest economic development prospects, Loudoun government leaders are gearing to put the county at the top of the list for consideration.


http://www.leesburgtoday.com/news/loudoun-pursues-fbi-headquarters-project/article_8c7d0f80-6bb2-11e2-b14a-001a4bcf887a.html

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