Barbecue and Bluegrass
We will be hosting our annual Barbecue and Bluegrass event at 6:00 pm on Thursday, September 26. It is sure to be a great event. We will have Mrs. Rowe's Barbecue and music by FlattBroke. Please see below for more information.
If you have additional questions, or to RSVP to the Barbecue, please contact Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 540-448-4617.
Mark Obenshain, Candidate for Attorney General
Bob Goodlatte, Congressman
And invited guests
E.W. Jackson, Candidate for Lt. Governor
Ken Cuccinelli, Candidate for Governor
Thursday, September 26th, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Shenandoah Harley Davidson
213 Rolling Thunder Lane
Staunton, Virginia 24401
Yes, I will join Delegate Bell for Bluegrass and BBQ Sept. 26th at the following level: $1000 Platinum Level
$500 Gold Level _ $250 Silver Level
$100 Bronze Level
$25 per person to attend (no Press passes)
Yes, I support Delegate Bell. However, I cannot attend the event but please accept my generous donation of $ to show my support!
Please make checks payable to “BELL FOR DELEGATE”
2620 Eston Drive Staunton, VA 24401
Political Contributions are not tax-deductible. Paid for by Bell for Delegate. Corporate Contributions are accepted. State law requires employer and occupation information for contributions over $100 in a calendar year.
Augusta County Fair
The Augusta County Fair kicks off on Tuesday, August 6th and will go through Saturday, August 10th. The fair is always a great event for our community, and I hope you will be able to make it out. For more information about the vendors and entertainment that we’ll see at the fair this year, you can visit the fair’s website at http://www.augustacountyfairva.com.
The Staunton and Augusta County Republican Committees will be hosting a booth at the fair this year to help spread the word about our GOP candidates. If you make it out to the fair please stop by to pick up a bumper sticker and yard sign.
If you’re available to volunteer your time at the booth, please let us know, and we will get you into contact with the appropriate people.
Valley Business Summit
On Monday, August 12 area legislators along with several local business and economic development organizations are joining together to host a Valley Business Summit event at the Robert Plecker Workforce Center at Blue Ridge Community College. This event is FREE to attend and open to anyone interesting in learning more about resources available for starting and growing a business.
In addition to a keynote address from Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, Todd Haymore, there will be several breakout sessions for participants to attend, along with a feedback forum at the conclusion of the event for state legislators (including myself) to hear your suggestions and concerns related to the business climate in the Commonwealth.
The Business Summit will begin with registration from 7:30 am to 8:00 am and is set to conclude around noon. Again, it's free to attend, but an RSVP is requested by Monday, August 5. Please click here to learn more.
Highland County Fair The Highland County Fair will kick off on Saturday, August 24th, and again on Wednesday, August 28th – Saturday, August 31st. We will be over on Wednesday night to participate in the parade, and hope to see you there.
All residents, not just those headed back to school, qualify for the tax exemption. You can find a complete list of exempt items, as well as guidelines for the sales tax holiday and a set of frequently asked questions, online at http://www.tax.virginia.gov/salestaxholiday.