BE INSPIRED. Taking a proactive position to boost self-esteem, CCHS students Hailey Jackson and Ashleigh Fairfax put together a program last year – “I like you but I love me more.” They partnered with local law enforcement staff as well as SAFE. Now, they are taking their event on the road visiting other area schools. You can hear their presentation at Eastern View today, Feb. 4, at 1:30 p.m.; Culpeper Middle School on Feb. 9 at 1:15 and Floyd T. Binns Middle on Feb. 18 at 1:45 p.m. Faith Gil, the owner of Lollipop Station in Culpeper, offered the girls the front window to decorate and sell the t-shirts created for the event. All proceeds go to SAFE.
SNOWY STREAM. With piles of snow still around from Winter Storm Jonas, scenes like this stream near Farmington Elementary are now melting. Allen Martin captured its serenity.
BEARY COOL. Winter Storm Jonas created the kind of snow perfect for crafting snow creatures. Corey Montague wasted no time building a perfect winter snow bear.
COURT’S IN SNOW. Snow didn’t keep Bryan K. Wynacht and his camera from venturing out on January 30 to capture this image of one of Culpeper’s historic buildings braving a historic snowstorm.