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Summer Music Fest And More

July 31, 2004

For Ken Who Infuriates the Washington Post. >>>SENATOR CUCCINELLI GOES TO WATERFORD

You are invited to join Senator Ken Cuccinelli at his Summer Surplus Extravaganza for an Evening of Pork (the kind you eat) and anti-tax fun Saturday, August 7, 2004 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the home of David and Lia Rensin 39849 The Narrows Road Waterford, Va. at $65 for a ticket and $100 per family.Call: (703) 766-0635. Will Waterford ever be the same? Thanks.

Delgaudio Asks Senators to Support Traditional Marriage


Recently, I met with members of the U.S. Senate just prior to an important vote to defend traditional marriage in America. Since some local liberals over-react or portray me in a false fashion, I think you can handle seeing it for yourself-- this is just political discourse or just plain grass roots hard work on my part and the part of a conservative grass roots lobby that I have headed for 23 years, allow me to give you an actual link of the "evidence" from the Public Advocate website. You can see for yourself that I am meeting with United States Senators and asking them to vote to preserve the traditional American family. I am honored to have met with these U.S. Senators and appreciate their seeing me. Many know me for years and most others are able to handle meeting me.

This has nothing to do with my campaign committee. (Repeat)This has nothing to do with my campaign committee. But unless you actually see this for yourself, you would be victimized by the lies based on the falsehoods pushed by Loudoun Liberals. That is why I am giving you the same evidence that Loudoun Liberals have and which they willfully omit from their misrepresentations, public protests and letter-writing.

Here's a text story on Delgaudio Meeting with U.S. Senators

>>>Now for Charity

I promote the Good Shepherd Alliance all the time. There are many good charities in Sterling that I am promoting (Sterling Foundation, Sterling Fire and Rescue, The Community Police Station, the honor students at Park View High School and Sterling Middle School, Briar Patch Park and Claude Moore Park improvements and renovations at Rolling Ridge Elementary School to name a few)

But Good Shepherd Alliance feeds, clothes and houses people in need. All year round and through the night. So here's a chance to help them and have fun too.

Some big companies have come together at my request and in answer to filling a need.

If you are so inclined, please go. If you planned on going out on Sunday night, August 1st, please consider it. I think we all get a break sometime.

This Summer Music Fest at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn is designed to benefit Loudoun's homeless population.

Good Shepherd Alliance has been serving the homeless and those living in poverty in Northern Virginia since 1983. Good Shepherd Alliance is developing new programs and services to assist homeless people in Northern Virginia to become self-sufficient. Good Shepherd is comprised of a thrift store in Sterling, a men's shelter in Ashburn, and a family shelter in Lucketts. Good Shepherd website is

Please note that anyone can purchase tickets for only $10.00 per adult and for children under twelve admission is absolutely free.

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The Loudoun Foundation (LF) has partnered with AOL, with special support from Toll Brothers Belmont Country Club to present the Loudoun Summer Music Fest concert series. The goal is to bring the businesses and families within the Loudoun and entire Northern, Virginia area together for an event that will benefit the community in which they live and work.

For the children, there will be activities and entertainment such as balloons, moon bounce, face painting and magicians. There will also be activities provided by some of the Festival's sponsors, and a visible security booth set up in case children and parents get separated.

Loudoun Foundation has worked hard to bring Northern Virginia big name bands and the kind of event that has been missing for far too long.

The Venue: The Inaugural season of the Loudoun Summer Music Fest will be held weekly each Sunday from July 18th to September 19th 2004 on the lawn at beautiful Belmont Country Club in Ashburn, VA at 19661 Belmont Manor Lane. Community residents will have easy access to the events from Route 7; one of the most frequently traveled roads in Northern Virginia.

Providing a Sense of Community is one of the primary functions of the Loudoun Summer Music Fest. Bringing together Loudoun businesses and residents serves to introduce people to their neighbors within the community in a fun and relaxing environment.

Supporting Charities in Loudoun is the secondary goal of the Loudoun Summer Music Fest. As a non-profit organization, LF intends to give any additional funds from the music festival to charitable organizations that benefit the Loudoun community, thus giving everyone who participates a greater sense of accomplishment and commitment to the area in which they live.


All concerts start with an opening act at 6:15 p.m. and the headliner band performing at 7:15 p.m., and will be held rain or shine at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn, VA (weather updates will be posted on the site as they occur). Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, kids 12 and under free, and tickets are currently on sale at Kirkpatricks and Manhattan Pizza, both in Ashburn, VA or by going online at: Tickets are also available at the gate, but are limited so buying as early as possible is suggested. For more information go to or AOL Keyword: Music Fest, call (703) 726-4343 or e-mail : [email protected].

The Festival also includes a KidsFest where children can enjoy a moon bounce, face painting and other activities. There will also be a Festival shuttle provided by Good Year Ashburn Automotive, running on-going from 4:30 to 6:15 to the concerts, then leaving Belmont County Club to drop back off starting at 9:30 up until 10:15 pm. The shuttles will pick-up from, and drop of at these communities: Ashburn Farm, Ashburn Village and Lansdowne on the Potomac. Residents in these communities should call their HOA management to find out where in their community, these pick ups will take place. Food and beverages will be sold at each concert. Food for sale will be wrap sandwiches from Subway, grilled foods from Kirkpatricks, pizza from Manhattan Pizza and Texacan Barbeque. Beverages for sale will be root beer floats by Old Dominion Brewery, beers from Deering Beverages, wines by Tarara Winery (THIS IS NOT AN ENDORSEMENT BY FRIENDS OF DELGAUDIO, JUST INFORMATION FOR SUBSCRIBERS)and Pepsi product soft drinks and Aloha Tropical will have iced cones available.

No food and beverages will be allowed onto the concert grounds, all food and beverages will be available to purchase on site. Proper ID required for those who wish to purchase beer or wine. No pets. Shoes and shirts required.

These are remaining dates for concerts

August 1st - Gin Blossoms August 8th - Dr Hook August 15th - Marshall Tucker Band August 22nd - The Original Drifters & Coasters August 29th - The Little River Band September 5th- The Wailers September 12th - Steve Bassett September 19th - Eddie Money

Another Plug for GSA? Yes. >>>Good Shepherd Alliance, Inc. >>>3rd Annual Golf Tournament

The Good Shepherd Alliance Incorporated (a faith-based non-profit organization in Loudoun County that operates the only mens, womens and family emergency homeless shelters, as well as a warming/drop-in center) will be hosting a golf tournament to raise operating funds.

Date:Monday August 30, 2004 Location:Brambleton Golf Course, 42180 Ryan Road, Ashburn VA (703) 327-3403 Time:Shot-gun start promptly at 9:00am, players may check in from 7:30am 8:30am Format: Captains Choice Scramble

Cost:$100.00 per player (includes green fees, cart, range balls, lunch and prizes) Payment Method: Checks made payable to Good Shepherd Alliance Inc.

Mail entry forms and fees to:Good Shepherd Alliance 37 Sycolin Road Leesburg, VA 20175 Attn: Golf Tournament

For additional information about the tournament, contact Bob Beech at (703) 887-5773 or [email protected] Sponsorships are available at levels of $250, $500, $1000, $2500 and $5000 contact Bob Beech for details


There was a great deal of discussion regarding the purchase of a BOAT for the Shelter Staff at the last Citizens Advisory Meeting. A citizen member says " I get the impression there are probably some bass fisherman who are behind this(sic). The rationale is that it could be used for water rescue of animals who fall through pond ice, and similar situations. The various reasons for this purchase (seem to be) very contrived and vague. No one apparently has any water rescue training. No one seems to know how the boat is to get off its trailer and into a farm pond which has no ramp."

The Citizen member writes "The project is a boondoggle, and I look for the boat to be declared was explained that the boat was in the approved budget, and was to be purchased ASAP anyway. I think they were looking for some support for an insupportable project." (Citizens provide oversight and their observations are critically important.)

I brought this topic up last Monday at the joint committee meeting of the Finance and Public Safety Committees and was told by Jim Burton "Delgaudio (sic), You are just one vote out of nine." The other Sups seemed supportive of the new Animal Shelter Navy. So if you do not want the Animal Shelter Navy to float off with your money or unnecessarily risk county staff human lives and taxpayer dollars for the sake of animals, consider writing [email protected] (all nine sups will get your note).


This link will give you a directory of road construction progress:

Quick Mention: 9/16 - Del. Dick Black Fundraiser w/Former Redskin Charles Mann - 7-9 PM, 20547 Quarterpath Trace Circle, Sterling. Call: (703) 406-2951.

Here are some campaign photos just posted (thank you Jim Huber):

Degaudio is Commencement Speaker Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio addresses commencement ceremonies as the keynote speaker at Leesburg Christian School. Previous commencement speakers have been Senator Bill Mims, Delegate Richard Black and then-Board of Supervisors Chairman Dale Polen Myers. Delgaudio was presented with a book written by graduating seniors on how America was founded as a Christian nation.

Helen Casey ceremony Helen Casey receiving her resolution of commendation at the Board of supervisors meeting .

Career Day at Sterling Middle School

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