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2 Wednesday, Sept. 21,2016 THE JOURNAL www.journalpress.com School: Price flusters officials From page I ., f i i !: Washington, D.C., area and has done architectural work on a num- ber of new high schools in Virginia and Maryland. The report called for the construction of a "beauti- ful, welcoming, inspiring multi-use campus for the entire community to enjoy." The new school would be built to handle 800 students, about 200 more than are currently attend- ing W&L High School, which was initially constructed in 1931. The entrance to the new school, which would be built on Kings Highway about a mile east of the current high school, would have cathedral ceilings. The architect's report said the school would include "forward looking" design features including learning clusters, outdoor learn- ing labs, the latest technology, ad- vanced security, expanded parking, seven new athletic fields, a central library and a state-of-the-art audi- torium. The new facilities would be built on 103 acres that is currently farmland. Westmoreland County School Superintendent Michael Perry, through a spokeswoman, de- clined to comment on the report. Spokeswoman Parry Long said Perry would be doing a state of the schools report on Oct. 20 and will publicly discuss the report at that time. County Administrator Norm Risavi said he was optimistic that the board of supervisors and the school board will reach an agree- ment on the cost of the new facili- ties that will be acceptable to the taxpayers. "The architects love to draw stuff that looks fantastic," said Risavi, "but the problem is you have to bal- ance that with what the taxpayers i . ~ ~Fr iii",', "~ ~ k .i | Image coUrtesy of westmoreland County Public Schools The proposed floor plan for the $49 million new high school. can afford and what will get you a Risavi said the board of supervi- "The school superintendent un- fantastic new high school." sors will begin to work On the new derstands that when we have our "There is a lot in this report that school proposal in depth over the meeting, we will be looking to low- will have to be reviewed," Risavi next month and will begin joint er costs," Risavi said. said. meetings with the school board "Preliminary architectural esti- "I am confident that we will be on the proposal in late November. mates are always high. But some of able to get it more in line with some County officials hope to begin con- the supervisors are obviously con- of the others school construction struction of the new school facili- cerned about some of these early expenditures in the area." ties in 2018. cost estimates." The 10th annual Sgt. Nicholas in honoring those who have served Mason Memorial Scholarship Golf our country and investing in those Tournament is scheduled for Sat- w ho eour mre ii Mason said. "As urday, Oct. 1 at Lee's Hill Country a result of this support we have been CRib in FrederiCkSburg. For the past able to provide $130,000.00 in schol- nine years, the tournament, which arship assistance to graduating King raises funds for college scholar- George HighSchoolseniors." ships for King George High School Lee's Hill is located at 10200 Old students has been held at Cameron Dominion Parkway in Fredericks- Hills, but the King George course burg. Phone 540-891-7425. Spun- closed this year. sorships are available for the tourna- "It was an easy decision to con- ment which annually attracts a large tinue the tournament because of the number of area golfers. A shotgun enormous support from the com- start is scheduled for noon on Oct. 1. munity that we have enjoyed over The deadline for registration and the past nine years," said Vic Mason sponsorships is Sept. 24. Those in- who with his wife Christine hosts terested should contact Christine the tournament to honor their son Mason at cymason@verizon.net or who was killed in Iraq in 2004. by phone at 540-775-9877. The tour- "The golfers, sponsors and every- nament will provide a buffet lunch one involved has have played a part and prizes for top players and teams. cross country race at The Montross Fall Festival for the event. "All ages are encouraged to mile event for runners 12 and under eighth year will feature the Annual run and awards will be presented to and a free 100-yard tot trot. Chandler Three Mile Race to raise the top placing boys and girls run- Advance registration is $10 and money for Washington & Lee High hers," Vanover said. registration at the event will be $20. School's competitive boys and girls The race will start at the Montross The one-mile run for kids is $5, ac- cross country teams. Volunteer Rescue Squad building cording to Vanover. Prospective W&L boys cross country coachon Oct. 1 and the runners will run runners can go to www.wlathletics. Cole Vanover saidregistrations are through the town. In addition to the wmlcps.org to register or contact being accepted for the nonprofit three-mile event, there will be one- Vanover at 804-493-8015. Wine: Fundraiser is success From page I Tidewater Oyster Gardeners As- sociation partnership, the Stratford Hall Hunt Group volunteers and the dedicated and coordinated team- work of the Stratford Hall family of employees." "One can have a vision of success but to realize that success always de- mands focus and dedication," Bach- man said. "We could not have done it without the coordination of two large volunteer organizations; the Tidewater Oyster Gardeners Asso- ciation and the Stratford Hunt Club. "This festival is more than a hap- pening for wine and good food, it is a statement that Stratford seeks to of- fer a yearly focal point that highlights the best of the Northern Neck tour- ism, trade and economic growth," said Bachman. "It is all about refin- ing a quality event that we can all be proud of." A couple poses on a replica of Capt. John the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries in had a host of choices at the event. Smith's boat that he used to sail 1608. Below, wine enthusiasts 'Cold Shot' operation From page I Dylan M. Rector, 21, of Warsaw who was charged with two, counts of dis- tributing a controlled substance and one count of child neglect. Samantha E. 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