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60th District Digest October 23, 2017

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NFIB: Delegate James Edmunds Earns 100% Rating on Small Business Issues

RICHMOND, August 11, 2017- Nicole Riley, State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business, announced today that Delegate James Edmunds earned a score of 100% on the 2016-2017 NFIB/Virginia Voting Record. NFIB/Virginia is the commonwealth's leading small-business association, with 6,700 small-business members statewide.

"What this means is that Delegate Edmunds has stood up for Virginia's job creators time and again on important issues such as addressing the rising costs of healthcare, opposing efforts to place additional mandates on the backs of small business and reforming Virginia's regulatory structure," Riley said.

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60th District Digest October 23, 2017

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Attention all Fire Department Members in Halifax, Charlotte, Prince Edward Counties and Brookneal and Gladys.

I have decided to sponsor a Fireman of the Year Contest award this year!

Each fire department will pick from its membership one person who will be declared their "Member of the Year" based on their overall contributions to the department and that person will receive $100 from my campaign. Then, each Member of the Year will be eligible to win the overall Fireman of the Year for an additional $250 and other prizes! The overall winner will be picked by a committee based on a statement written by each club President as to why their Member should be considered the Fireman of the Year!

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60th District Digest October 3, 2017

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Attention all Hunting Club Members in Halifax, Charlotte and Prince Edward Counties, and Brookneal and Gladys

I am sponsoring the first Sportsman of the Year award this year! Each hunting club will pick from its membership one person who will be declared their "Member of the Year" based on their overall sportsmanship, and that person will receive $100 from my campaign. Then, each "Member of the Year" will be eligible to win the overall "Sportsman of the Year," for an additional $250 and additional prizes! The overall winner will be picked by a committee based on a statement written by each club President as to why their Member should be considered the Sportsman of the Year!

To be eligible, each club must register their club by submitting the following information, in writing, by OCTOBER 15, 2017 to:

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Del. Edmunds receives Environmental Stewardship Award from Woodmen Chapter 106

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Delegate James Edmunds is honored to receive the Environmental Stewardship Award from Woodmen Chapter 106, South Boston, in recognition of being a good steward of the land, and ensuring that our abundant natural resources will remain for generations to come.

Pictured at left: Delegate James Edmunds and Robert Clowdis, Field Repesentative for Woodmen of the World

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Resolution recognizes Farmville as first two-college town

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Del. James E. Edmunds II, R-Halifax, recently presented a framed copy of House Joint Resolution 479, recognizing Farmville as Virginia’s first two-college town and the first two-college town in America.

“It is with pleasure that I present this resolution to the Town of Farmville in recognition of this truly unique situation,” Edmunds said. “It’s a great honor for the people of Farmville to have this nationally recognized designation, and it was my pleasure to recognize them.”

We commend Edmunds for helping put Farmville in the spotlight for its distinctiveness and rich history. Pictured are, from left, state Sen. Mark Peake, Town Manager Gerald Spates, Hampden-Sydney College President Larry Stimpert, Edmunds, Longwood University President W. Taylor Reveley IV and Farmville Mayor David Whitus.

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