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The Virginia House of Delegates commended Flat Iron Crossroads during the April 30 “Funk Fest” for “persevering through the COVID-19 pandemic to create quality cultural experiences that will enchant residents and visitors of Gloucester County for years to come.” House Resolution No. 110, sponsored by Del. Keith Hodges (R-Urbanna), pictured at center, cited the volunteer organization’s efforts to transform an old gas station into a venue for performing arts and using innovative programming to continue its mission throughout the pandemic, as well as for “becoming a cultural hub that will provide immeasurable enjoyment to music lovers … while stimulating the local economy.” Shown with Hodges are Flat Iron Crossroads president Edwin Robbins, at left, and founder Ray Friend.

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