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lee ware, va delegate Assisting Brandermill residents in matters of importance before the General Assembly is one of the priorities as well as one of the great pleasures for Delegate Ware in representing the community. Brandermill's board of directors is in regular communication with the delegate and also, of course, with Senator Glen Sturtevant, third from right in the second row, and Clover Hill Supervisor Chris Winslow, far right next to the senator. Board members are, from left, Anthony Nardella, Bill Friedel, Bob Gregory, treasurer; Charlie Davis, president; Frances Hillman, second vice president; Ann Hunt; and Greg Pearson, first vice president.
lee ware, va delegate Reuniting at a recent meeting of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce were
Delegate Lee Ware and his former House of Delegates member Chris Saxman,
right, now executive director of Virginia FREE, "the independent non-partisan
voice of Virginia business."


lee ware, va delegate Visiting with Delegate Ware during General Assembly 2017 were Virginia Horse Council
equestrians, led by Sue Alvis, right, president
lee ware, va delegate Making sure the lights stay on is a priority for Delegate Ware, center, so he welcomes the annual visit to General Assembly of Southside Electric Cooperative (SEC) staff and officials. Discussing electricity services with him this year were, from left, Mike Lobue, Dr. Frank Bacon, Brenda Johnson, Paul Bennett, Regina White, Will White, Dan Hammond, Chuck Friedl, and Ron White.


lee ware, va delegate Relishing the announcement that Cosby High School’s Anne Canipe, right, was selected as oneof only eight teachers throughout the Commonwealth selected for the "Virginia Lottery Super Teacher Award" for 2017, Delegate Ware, left, himself a retired teacher, was joined at the surprise presentation in June by Robert W. Thompson, member of the Chesterfield School Board for Matoaca District. Miss Canipe teaches World History-Honors for sophomores, and Advanced Placement Geography and Medical Law & Ethics for juniors and seniors. She was selected by a distinguished panel of educators from throughout Virginia. She was nominated by one of her former pupils, Colonel Beth Prekker, whose own daughters have also studied under the outstanding teacher.
lee ware, va delegate Reviewing education-related legislation with Delegate Ware were
Chuck Winkler, left, Interim Superintendent of Fluvanna County
Schools, and Carol Tracy Carr, chair of the Fluvanna County School Board.


lee ware, va delegate Serving as Pages during Assembly 2017 were Jacob Boykin, left, of
Powhatan, and Michael Kenney, right, of Fluvanna.
lee ware, va delegate Homeschoolers from Powhatan and Goochland counties spent a full day observing General Assembly—and Delegate Ware was their speaker.


lee ware, va delegate As a copatron of House Bill 1547 to preserve historic African American cemeteries sponsored by Delegate Dolores McQuinn (in blue) Delegate Lee Ware, second from left in the rear row, participated in a ceremonial signing of the bill by Governor Terry McAuliffe, seated, at the Capitol Grounds in May.
lee ware, va delegate Enjoying a visit during Delegate Ware's 2017 Legislative Breakfast were guest speakers Delegate Kirk Cox, left, who is Speaker-designee for the House of Delegates, and, center, Ed Gillespie, Republican candidate for Governor.


lee ware, va delegate Greeting Commonwealth's Attorney Dickie Cox, left, of Powhatan, and his counterpart, Mike Caudill, seated right, of Goochland, Delegate Ware touched upon issues of importance to both local officials during his annual Legislative Breakfast in April.
lee ware, va delegate Working together for residents of Matoaca District in Chesterfield County are Supervisor Steve Elswick, right, and Delegate Lee Ware.


lee ware, va delegate Taking a break for the camera after a discussion of issues of importance to Chesterfield citizens were Delegates Roxann Robinson and Lee Ware. They work closely with Delegates Kirk Cox, Riley Ingram, and Manoli Loupassi on the entire range of issues affecting Chesterfield and the surrounding region.
lee ware, va delegate Talking politics is always a singular pleasure with the elder statesman of Powhatan and environs, the inimitable Elwood Yates, right, whose late father preceded Delegate Ware, left, as a member of the House by several decades and was instrumental in advancing land conservation throughout the Commonwealth. Delegate Ware continues the late Delegate Yates's dedication by patroning legislation for farm and battlefield preservation.


lee ware, va delegate Reminiscing about his time as a Page in the House of Delegates were one-time page Nicholas Snead, left, now director of the band for Powhatan High School, and Delegate Lee Ware, who recommended the then-much younger Mr. Snead for the honor. The two reunited at a recent "Village Vibe" in Powhatan Court House.
lee ware, va delegate Discussing public education issues with Delegate Ware during Assembly
were Dr. Jeremy Raley, left, Superintendent of Goochland Schools, and
Beth Hardy, chair of Goochland County School Board.


lee ware, va delegate Welcoming Miss Virginia 2015 to the Floor of the House of Delegates during the 2016 Session, Delegate Ware, left, read a Resolution commending Savannah Morgan Lane of Midlothian, right, who as an undergraduate student in the University of Virginia, was crowned Miss Virginia 2015 at the annual pageant in Roanoke.


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