Join Us for an Evening of Barbecue and Bluegrass

 Join Delegate Bell for his Annual BBQ and Bluegrass

with John Adams, Republican candidate for Attorney General

Music by FLATTBROKE

BBQ by Mrs. Rowe’s

 Thursday, October 5, 2017

6:00 -8:00 pm

at

 Shenandoah Harley Davidson

213 Rolling Thunder Lane

Staunton, Virginia 24401

 Please RSVP to 540-255-8778 or by email at mrsrbellcoach@comcast.net.


Yes, I will attend the annual Bell’s BBQ and Bluegrass at the following level:


         _____$1000 Platinum Level       
_____$500 Gold Level        _____$250 Silver Level


 
_____$100 Friend                     _____$25 Individual 

 

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

 

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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.

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Pig Pickin' and Politickin'

The brainchild of new chamber president and CEO Annette Medlin, the event gathered dozens of movers and shakers from across Waynesboro, Augusta County and Staunton and brought them together for an after-hours barbecue to meet with one another and members of the broader community.
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Connecting Businesses

WEYERS CAVE — Business people gathered at the Valley Business Summit to network and discuss future business goals in the state. The 5th annual Valley Business Summit was held at Blue Ridge Community College.

The day started with a business resource fair. Local organizations such as the Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce, Valley Career & Technical Center, Valley Workforce and more set up booths.

John Downey, president of BRCC, opened the ceremony by describing the event as an opportunity to make connections. A moment of silence was held for the weekend’s events in Charlottesville and those who lost their lives.

Read More - Connecting Businesses - The News Virginian

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Vector Industries seeks legislative help in boosting employment

WAYNESBORO — Vector Industries employs 85 people with intellectual and other disabilities, but the workload at the Waynesboro nonprofit has increased recently, and the need for more workers has risen along with it.

Vector, which has been in operation since 1969, provides packaging and assembling services for companies such as Nelson County’s Devils Backbone. Vector CEO Chrissy Johnston candidly says “we need people. Our phone rings with work.”

Read More - Vector Industries Seeks Legislative Help in Boosting Employment - The News Virginian

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From War to Education and Rehabilitation

FISHERSVILLE — A highway marker was dedicated July 21 to honor the memory of a generation who answered the call of duty in time of war and then transformed into a community focused on education and rehabilitation when the war was won.

“We’re just obviously thrilled that we were able to get the marker and get it in place,” said Del. Dickie Bell, R-Staunton, who sponsored the highway marker. He added that “it’s amazing when you know the history of this place.”

Read More - From War to Education and Rehabilitation - News Virginian

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Dickie Bell, Community Dedicate Marker Recognizing Woodrow Wilson General Hospital

Delegate Dickie Bell and members of the community gathered Friday to dedicate a historical marker memorializing the Woodrow Wilson General Hospital.

Delegate Bell worked with Robert Ham and Augusta County Historical Society Board Member Nancy Sorrells to apply for this marker through the Department of Historical Resources. The marker was approved by the Virginia Board of Historic Resources at its meeting on Thursday, March 16 and installed earlier this week.  The marker sits on the campus of the Wilson Rehab and Workforce Rehabilitation center, directly across from the Valley Career and Technical Center.

Read More - Dickie Bell, Community Dedicate Marker Recognizing Woodrow Wilson General Hospital - Augusta Free Press

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Gillespie vows to tackle small business-woes.

WAYNESBORO  — Taxation and regulations — and their impact on small businesses — dominated a meeting at Stablecraft Brewing Thursday night that featured Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie and two local General Assembly members.

Joining Gillespie were Dels. Dickie Bell, R-Staunton, and Steve Landes, R-Weyers Cave.

Read More - Gillespie vows to tackle small business-woes - The News Virginian

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Governor McAuliffe Signs Sex Offender Bill

STAUNTON (WSLS 10) – Governor Terry McAuliffe has signed a bill that will help keep sex offenders away from schools and parks.

The bill expands restrictions, that keep violators from being within a certain proximity of children to offenders from outside Virginia.

Read More - Governor McAuliffe Signs Sex Offender Bill - WSLS

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Governor McAuliffe Signs Sex Offender Bill Patroned by Dickie Bell

Democratic Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has signed 20th District Republican Delegate Dickie Bell’s bill that will help keep sex offenders out of communities.

Bell's bill expands restrictions that keep violators from being within a certain proximity of children to offenders from outside Virginia.

Read More - Governor McAuliffe Signs Sex Offender Bill Patroned by Dickie Bell - NBC 29

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Bell aims for fifth term in House of Delegates

STAUNTON - Del. Dickie Bell, R-Staunton, will once again vie for election to the House of Delegates as the Republican nominee for District 20, which spans both Staunton and Waynesboro cities, as well as portions of Augusta, Highland and Nelson Counties.

“I’m honored, of course, to be nominated again," he said. "I always act first of all with my district constituents at heart, I try to serve them first."

Read More - Bell aims for fifth term in the House of Delegates - The News Leader

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