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    Sometimes I wonder if I could have been a more able parent. Perhaps most mothers and fathers are concerned at one time or another. Our own parents seemed so confident, so sure, it never struck me they would have doubted their competence.

      As we begin to wind down our Summer of Second Chances at the Lee County Humane Society, we would like to give one big, final push. Our online auction, Auction for Paws, is that final push.

      In this episode, Kelli Lemon and Michael Paul Williams talk with Wes Bellamy, former vice mayor of Charlottesville and former member of the Charlottesville City Council. Bellamy was a central figure during the Unite the Right rally and the removal of two of that city's Confederate monuments. He recalls the taunts and intimidation rally organizers showed toward him leading up to the rally.

      In this episode, Kelli and Michael Paul are talking with Dr. Wes Bellamy. Dr. Bellamy was a central figure during the Unite the Right Rally and to the removal of the Confederate monuments as having been a city council member and vice mayor of Charlottesville. Dr. Bellamy recalls the taunts a…

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      Way back in the 50s, the Methodists often sent young preachers, who were still college or seminary students, out in the woods to serve small country churches. These “student” appointments were called “circuits;” a circuit might include three to five small churches.

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