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Dahlgren Heritage Museum: A Tribute to Naval Innovation and Community Transformation
Nestled within the picturesque King George County, Virginia, the Dahlgren Heritage Museum emerges as a venerated custodian of the U.S. Navy’s storied past and its profound influence on the local community. Opening its doors in October 2013, the museum, under the aegis of the Dahlgren Heritage Foundation, has become synonymous with the preservation of over a century’s worth of naval history and innovation, particularly highlighting the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD). The exhibits within the museum offer a deep dive into the base's groundbreaking contributions to naval technology, such as the Norden bombsight, the Standard missile, and the Aegis Combat System, punctuating Dahlgren’s role in pioneering maritime defense mechanisms.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in king george, VA
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of king george..
Public Hearing Scheduled for The Rivah's Alcohol License Transfer in Cobb Island
Ren Zhou Cai and Jonathan Alexander Martinez of Cai Brother Inc. have requested a transfer of a Class B/RB alcohol beverage license for their establishment, The Rivah. The Rivah is located at 12364 Neale Sound Drive, Cobb Island, Maryland 20625. This request follows the guidelines of the Alcoholic Beverages Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland.
The Serene Waters of Abell: Embracing the Waterfront Lifestyle
Nestled on the banks of St. Clement's Bay, the community of Abell, Maryland, offers a refreshing embrace of waterfront living. Residents find sanctuary in the serene environment where the 'Blue Mind' effect enriches mental and physical well-being. Kayaking, fishing, and boating are not just pastimes but threads woven into the fabric of daily life, offering a blend of relaxation and adventure. The area's biodiversity and historical significance, including proximity to St. Clement's Island, further enhance the appeal of this idyllic setting.
Volume 102, Issue 3, Backpage
Seán is in 11th grade, and this is his first year on The Messenger. When he isn’t referring to himself in the 3rd person, he is busy practicing Viola and digging through a pile of homework. He hopes he can improve his photoshop skills this year.
Driftwood Decoupage at Caledon State Park in King George on Saturday
Driftwood Decoupage at Caledon State Park in King George on Saturday. Driftwood is nature’s canvas! Join us on Nov. 19 at 11 a.m. for Driftwood Decoupage. Decoupage a forest friend and take home a unique piece of Caledon State Park to treasure forever. Chat with a Ranger about conserving our natural resources while you craft. Art supplies & driftwood will be provided. Cost is $5 a person.