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Three times a week, Crozet native Shelton Sprouse teaches a popular yoga class in Waynesboro. Sprouse, 67, is a stonemason and very much aware of the physical demands of his profession over time. He’s practiced yoga in some form for many years. He weaves quotes from men he admires—Jesus, Buddha, Rumi, Paul McCartney—into each class. “The best thing, the...
Until now, the biggest thing Kevin Matheny’s shop class had ever constructed was a dog house for the SPCA, and the future resident wasn’t going to be too particular about the digs. Matheny’s class curriculum broadened dramatically this year as thirteen of his Western Albemarle High School students tackled an enormous project in the form of a tiny house. The...
The Western Australia Bentley Drivers Club passed through Crozet May 16 as part of its tour of the South. They stopped at Judd and Carrie Culver’s Kelly Bronze organic turkey farm in Greenwood, where they were treated to a turkey feast and about a dozen of the antique cars were on display for locals to see. The club occasionally makes...
Sawyer Cullen Williams, the son of Derek and Alicia Williams of Crozet, was the first child to be baptized in the Crozet Catholic Mission, whose mother church is Holy Comforter Catholic Church of Charlottesville. In the Catholic Church, a person’s sacramental records are held throughout his or her lifetime by the parish in which he is baptized. A new...
How do you like to learn? What are your interests? What do people with interests like yours sometimes do for a living? Questions like these provide a low-stress launch into a new program called Naviance, an online system designed to help students choose and achieve their post-high-school goals. The set of integrated college and career readiness tools has been...
It turns out the first little pig was on to something, despite the moral of the children’s fable. Dave and Mary Cunningham built their Afton home out of straw bales and have lived in it for nearly two decades. Wolves have not been a problem and neither have windstorms, snowstorms, hurricanes, crazy cold winters, blistering summers, and countless torrential rains....
WAHS Visual Art and CTE students will hold an art show and sale at the Crozet Artisan Depot throughout May, with a reception on May 13 from 3 to 5 pm featuring pottery demonstrations, music, and refreshments. To prepare for the show, Jennifer Mowad of Cocoa & Spice (center holding sign), a Depot partner, visited the class to share...

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Shelton Sprouse: Building a Legacy in Stone

Three times a week, Crozet native Shelton Sprouse teaches a popular yoga class in Waynesboro. Sprouse, 67, is a stonemason and very much aware...

Small Wonder: Western’s Shop Class Builds a Tiny House

Until now, the biggest thing Kevin Matheny’s shop class had ever constructed was a dog house for the SPCA, and the future resident wasn’t...

Antique Bentleys Visit Crozet

The Western Australia Bentley Drivers Club passed through Crozet May 16 as part of its tour of the South. They stopped at Judd and...

First Sacrament for Crozet Catholic Mission

Sawyer Cullen Williams, the son of Derek and Alicia Williams of Crozet, was the first child to be baptized in the Crozet Catholic Mission,...

Naviance: A New Tool for an Old-School Journey

How do you like to learn? What are your interests? What do people with interests like yours sometimes do for a living? Questions like...

House of Straw Proves to Be Sturdy, Economical and Earth-friendly

It turns out the first little pig was on to something, despite the moral of the children’s fable. Dave and Mary Cunningham built their...

WAHS Student Art Show at Artisans Depot in May

WAHS Visual Art and CTE students will hold an art show and sale at the Crozet Artisan Depot throughout May, with a reception on...