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Date published: 10/15/2012

Stafford grad part of new logo

Lindsay Schabert, a 2004 graduate of Stafford High School, was part of a team of multimedia students from Cincinnati State who developed a new series of logos for a community fund.

Schabert, 27, a graphics arts major at Cincinnati State, did the work as part of a Capstone project. That's when teams from different majors work for 9 weeks to create multimedia pieces for clients seeking assistance.

For this project, the team of students developed logos and videos for the Marvin Lewis Community Fund. The fund, led by the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, has provided scholarships, sports camps and other financial assistance for 10 years.

Schabert, who majored in graphic arts at Cincinnati, also earned a bachelor's degree in fine arts from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland.

Quilter will speak at local museum

Dominie Nash, a nationally and internationally recognized art quilter, will give a lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center.

The lecture and artist tour is titled "Accidental Patterns," which is based on the museum's temporary exhibit "Quilt National."

The lecture is sponsored by The Crazy Cousin quilt shop and is free and open to the public. After the lecture in the Catherine W. Jones McKann Center, Nash will give a tour of the exhibit in the City Council Chamber in the Historic Town Hall.

Call Tramia Jackson at 540/371-3037, ext. 140 or visit fam cc.org for information.

Marine heritage group sets event

The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation will host David Walker, founder and CEO of the Comeback America Initiative, at its Distinguished Speaker Series program on Friday at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

The program is titled "Avoiding the Fiscal Iceberg Ahead."

Those attending must RSVP by Monday via email at
Email: mchf.rsvp@gmail.com or by phone at 703/640-6334.

5K run will benefit POTS research

The 5K Run to Stand will be held Oct. 28 at 9 a.m. at Colonial Forge High School to benefit Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) research.

Visit 5krun4pots.weebly.com or contact Emily Bartosch at
Email: emilymariebartosch@gmail.com for information or to register.

Golden SIXTY and above sets meeting

Golden Sixty and Above will meet Friday from 2-4 p.m. in the Salem Church Library. Call Bernadette at 703/944-1052 for information.

historical society meets thursday

The Stafford Historical Society's monthly meeting is Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Stafford Administrative Center at Courthouse Road and U.S. 1.

The meeting will feature Stafford's Cemetery Committee.

Anita Dodd and Jerrilynn Eby MacGregot will give a presentation highlighting the committee's work identifying more than 400 cemeteries.

republican women hosting delegate

Del. Rob Bell, R-Charlottesville, will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Founding Fathers Republican Women at 7 p.m. on Monday in the Parish Hall of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 115 N. Main St., Culpeper.

Public parking is in the rear of the church, off Commercial Street near the Depot.

Bell will discuss the eminent domain issue that is on the ballot in November.

In addition, group member Dr. Tom Neviaser will discuss health care reform and its impact on the medical profession and medical care.