[Posted on Feb 03, 2016 | 3899 views]
Founder’s Day honoree Rosalind Knight, in front, shares a laugh with her sister Lanell Burton and niece Angela Burton, from left, during Monday’s program at Thomas Hunter Middle School. Her sister and niece, who live in Washington, D.C., and Maryland, surprised her by showing up at the start of Founder’s Day. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Monday night was all about the music, and among the many performers at the Thomas Hunter Middle School Founder’s Day program was fifth grader Ashley Cummings. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Monday night was all about the music, and among the many performers at the Thomas Hunter Middle School Founder’s Day program was Mathews High School grad Laura Bridges, now an instrumental music teacher with Alexandria City Public Schools. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Ginger Shuber, at left, wife of Founder’s Day honoree David Shuber, gives a hug to the night’s other honored guest, Rosalind Knight. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Rosalind Knight and David Shuber were honored for giving more than 60 combined years of service to Mathews, teaching generations of county residents a love of music. Photo by Edith Turner
Monday night was all about the music, and among the many performers at the Thomas Hunter Middle School Founder’s Day program were Lyman Minters and Alexis Foster. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Monday night was all about the music, and among the many performers at the Thomas Hunter Middle School Founder’s Day program were Tyler Heywood (partially obscured), Lanazia Whalen, Nisar Thomas, and Dakota Armentrout. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Monday night was all about the music, and among the many performers at the Thomas Hunter Middle School Founder’s Day program was Emmaus Men's Choir. Photo by Charlie Koenig
 
Read the full story »
Fort Nonsense Park to be dedicated

Ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Nov. 7

Read the full story »
Local, statewide races on Tuesday’s ballot

Photo:
Voters faced with a number of choices locally

Read the full story »
Candidates disclose final finances before election

Gloucester’s John Meyer Jr. has most money of candidates for local office

Read the full story »
Have fun, but be safe while trick-or-treating

Photo:
Gloucester sheriff suggests children trick-or-treat from 6-8:30 p.m.

Read the full story »
Werowocomoco owners receive President’s Award

Photo:
Share the spotlight with Kathleen Kilpatrick of DHR

Read the full story »
Dig Pink!

Photo:
Volleyball teams raise funds to fight breast cancer

Read the full story »