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  • Camp Jaycee celebrates Founder’s Day

        Camp Virginia Jaycee would not exist if it hadn’t been for the creative determination of Dr. William Robertson.

        Back in the ‘60s Dr. Robertson had the vision for a camp for high needs children and adults. He also came up with a way to raise the money for the project and the determination to see it through. Camp Virginia Jaycee has been serving this population since 1969, and Dr. Robertson is still personally involved in the fundraising. He was at the camp, late last month, for the camp’s Founders Day Dinner.

  • Community garden begins to grow next to Bedford Lofts

        With two plots of land next to his recently opened Bedford Lofts near Centertown Bedford, owner Dave McCormack wasn’t really looking for grass to mow.

        So he offered that land to be used as a community garden.
        A group of area residents took up the challenge and have created Bedford Urban Gardens—BUG, for short.
        And work has already begun to get ready.

  • 2015 Readers Choice: Make your picks!

        What business makes your favorite lunch? Cup of coffee? Steak?
        Have a favorite dentist? Art gallery? Car dealer?
        This is your chance to make your picks.
        Make them count! Help us recognize the businesses that serve your community!
        The Bedford Bulletin is offering you the chance to say what you like best in our sixth annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Winners will be announced in the June 24 edition.

  • Farmers Market to have Saturday Community Market

    arket has to announced the creation of a Saturday Community Market.      The Community Market will be held the first Saturday of each month, May through October, at the Centertown Pavilion on the corner of Washington and Center Street from 8 a.m. to noon.

  • Bulletin staff wins 15 VPA awards

        The staff of the Bedford Bulletin won 15 awards in the 2014 Virginia Press Association competition in adverting and news categories. 

  • Pig Roast kicks off cross-country bike ride to benefit BRP

        His bike has already been shipped; a fundraiser will be held this weekend to kick off his ride.

  • It was a Special Day

        Though postponed for two days, the 54 athletes from five county secondary schools couldn’t have asked for better weather or better community support as they participated in the 2nd annual Bedford County Public Schools Special Olympics.

  • Gathering one last time at Thaxton

        Thaxton’s PTA members thought it would be a good idea to open up Thaxton Elementary School to former students so they could come and see it one last time while it was still a school.

         Thaxton, along with Body Camp Elementary, will close at the end of the current school year.
        “We thought people would enjoy going back through the building as a school,” said Theresa Pollard, a PTA member.

  • County crews free woman trapped between rocks at Sharp Top

        An 18-year-old Lynchburg woman spent four hours trapped on top of Sharp Top Mountain Tuesday evening as rescue crews from five county agencies sought to rescue her.
        The unidentified woman, who had been hiking as part of a group, was finally rescued just after midnight Wednesday morning and transported to Bedford Memorial Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. She was later released from the hospital.

  • CASAs ready to serve

        A group of new CASAs took their oath in Bedford County’s Juvenile and Domestic Court last week.

        CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. These volunteers are appointed by the Juvenile and Domestic Relations court to provide the judge with a report that will help him make a decision about what is best for the children involved in a case that comes before him. Five of these new CASAs will come to the Bedford Office, according to Susan Shutt, Bedford’s advocate manager.