Fire­fighter for a day at Fire Camp

Rappahannock News - - Schools - Jan Clatterbuc­k [email protected]­news.com; 675-3338

Once again Wash­ing­ton Vol­un­teer Fire and Res­cue will be host­ing Fire Camp on Satur­day, July 13, from 9 a.m to 4 p.m. at the sta­tion. Camp will be open to all Rap­pa­han­nock County stu­dents grades 3-12 and will of­fer campers a chance to see what it’s like to be a fire­fighter for the day.

Fire Camp is a fun and ex­cit­ing day learn­ing about the role of a fire­fighter and teaches fire­fight­ing, res­cue prac­tices, and first aid. Fire Camp is about chal­leng­ing your­self, team­work, and mak­ing friends.

Please have en­try forms sub­mit­ted by July 1. For the ap­pli­ca­tion, you can call the sta­tion at 540-6753615 or go to their web­site www.Washs­ing­tonVol­un­teerFireAn­dRes­cue.org

SO MANY WISHES

Birthday wishes go out to a dear friend of mine, Alice An­der­son, of Wash­ing­ton. She will cel­e­brate her spe­cial day on Fri­day, June 28. Alice is so sweet and gen­er­ous, bub­bling with en­ergy all the time, al­ways with a smile on her face, and will do any­thing for any­one. She is a busy bee when it comes time for the Wash­ing­ton Christ­mas pa­rade. I could keep go­ing on about her in a good way. Bot­tom line, Alice is a Rap­pa­han­nock Jewel for keeps.

Birthday wishes also go out to my brother, John Wayne Burke, who cel­e­brates his spe­cial day Fri­day, (July 5), and to my neigh­bor, Gin­ger Miller, who cel­e­brates July 13. (Roger, make sure you take your wife out for a nice steak din­ner and don’t for­get the flow­ers.)

NETHERS HOT CLUB

The Nethers Hot Club will play at Quièvre­mont Win­ery, 162 Gid Brown Hollow Road on Fri­day, July 12, at 7:30 p.m.

You can en­joy a stroll through mu­si­cal his­tory as the Nethers Hot Club once again of­fers their great se­lec­tion of fab­u­lous Jazz, Blues and Latin fa­vorites from the 30s, 40s and be­yond, plus a few new tunes that they will be per­form­ing out for the very first time. Fea­tur­ing: Linda Heim­stra, with her vel­vety vo­cals and his­tory lessons; Bob Wil­liams, gui­tarist ex­traor­di­naire; Ran­nie Winn, soul­ful clar­inet and that sul­try sax of his; Joe Pipik, bass, and Ralph Getsinger, per­cus­sion with piz­zazz.

The show starts at 8 p.m. but the doors open at 7:30 p.m. so come a lit­tle early and en­joy the de­li­cious taste of Quièvre­mont award win­ning wines. Tick­ets are $20 on­line or $25 at the door. Seat­ing is lim­ited,

BOOK SIGN­ING

Lo­cal Au­thor Richell Lindinger will be at Hazel River Arts & An­tiques, 12625A Lee High­way, Wash­ing­ton, on July 13 from noon to 3 p.m. to au­to­graph her new book, “The Flow­er­less Gar­den.” This 2nd Satur­day event on the Ar­ti­san Trail is a great op­por­tu­nity to bring your chil­dren and start their first edi­tion col­lec­tion. Re­fresh­ments pro­vided by Hazel River Arts & An­tiques.

COUR­TESY WASH­ING­TON VOL­UN­TEER FIRE AND RES­CUE

Kids lined up for turns learn­ing how to put out a fire at last year’s camp.

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