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HAPPY JUNETEENTH! 
While the fight for equality is not over, let today be a reminder that
change is possible.  

Hakima Mohammed is doing her part to change the world. My Reader Rewards member Linda Gurley nominated Hakima for her efforts in helping the people in the Southeast end of Newport News.  Linda noted that Hakima has a small office where families can come to pick up food, learn computer skills and even take Zumba classes.  Linda says that Hakima has been present and available to help those in need during the pandemic.

Both Linda and Hakima will receive a $25 gift card this week.  
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Last Week's Contest Winners


iFly - Alan McMillian
Amazon -
Curtis Troy
Buffalo Wild Wings - Welborn Johnson
Dick's Sporting Goods -
Herman Mark Sizemore
Barnes & Noble- Kristoffer Bersamina



CONTESTS

With locations in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, Reginella's  is a casual, comfortable, Italian restaurant that specializes in traditional Napoletano cuisine, delicious brick oven pizza, and the best gelato from this side to the Atlantic. The owner is from Naples, Italy. All meals are prepared fresh and made to order. They bake their own bread daily and prepare all their sauces, meals and dough from scratch. Reginella's believes in using only the finest and freshest ingredients. Reginella’s is giving away a $35 gift certificate to their Chesapeake location at 109 Volvo Parkway. Open for take-out, delivery and limited capacity dining in.  Enter at MyReaderRewards.com to win!


Looking for the perfect Father's Day gift?  Visit Home Depot!  It's a great time to get outside and tend to your lawn and garden.  Home Depot has free delivery on over a million items online or you can order online and pick up at your closest store.  Home Depot is committed to fighting COVID-19 by closing stores at 6 pm daily to clean and restock shelves.  Social distancing guidelines are being strictly adhered to in all stores.  Register at MyReaderRewards.com for a chance to win a $25 gift card.  

 Free delivery on millions of items with Prime. Low prices across earth's biggest selection of books, music, DVDs, electronics, computers, software, apparel and more.  Stay home and shop safe with Amazon!    Register at MyReaderRewards.com for a chance to win a $25 gift card!



Looking for the perfect Father's Day meal?  Kroger has everything you need. From seafood to steaks or burgers, you can plan the perfect feast.  Shop Fresh, Natural & Organic Food, Coupons & More! Kroger® Is Working Around The Clock, So You Can Get What You Need In Store & Online.  Fuel Centers. Frozen Food Coupons. Seasonal Low Prices. Same day pickup or delivery in as quick as one hour is available.  Click here to register for a $25 gift card! 

 

Would you love to have some portraits of your family? Consider Heather Hughes Photography.  Heather was an accomplished newspaper photographer, working at our very own Daily Press before starting her own business.  Heather has photographed everything from behind the scenes on aircraft carriers to local festivals and even the Redskins.  That documentary style of photography which still shapes her work today has earned Heather many accolades including being voted the Knot’s "Best of Wedding Photographers", the WeddingWire’s "Couples Choice" Award and Virginia Living Magazine's "Top Wedding Vendor.  Heather strives to make every session a unique experience for each of her clients so whether you are looking for family portraits, senior pictures, wedding portraits, or any other type of photography, Heather will capture the memories that you will treasure for years to come.  For more information, click here to visit her website and be sure to sign up at MyReaderRewards.com to win a FREE 1 Hour Family Portrait session and an 8x10 print. Session can take place anywhere in Hampton Roads by Sept. 1, 2020. $400 value

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Meet Casey!  Casey is this week's My Reader Rewards Pet of the Week.   
Check out our other furry friends in our new Pet Gallery.  Want your pet featured?  Email a picture of your pet to 
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THE SUNDAY SCOOP

 

Revolutions make history — but it’s often the art born from them that makes them memorable.  Think of how the peace sign became a symbol of the 1960s and anti-war protests. The "I Am a Man" placards are synonymous with the 1968 sanitation workers’ march in Memphis, Tennessee. Banners of "To Ask Freedom for Women is Not a Crime" equate to women’s suffrage.  Today’s protest posters of "I Can’t Breathe" and "Black Lives Matter" will be the emblems used in history textbooks yet to be written. Not only does protest art lend a voice to a movement, it also sometimes becomes the only voice when people can’t find the vocabulary to express the motley of emotions they feel.  That’s what led Kayce White of Norfolk to start the "Sanctuary for Change — A Healing and Action Wall" at the Weyanoke Bird and Wildlife Sanctuary in Norfolk. White began it soon after local protests began over the death of George Floyd, an African American man who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer.  Read more in this Sunday's Break.



No one knows how many skeletons are under St. Mary’s in Norfolk, or why the 162-year-old Catholic church was built right on top of a cemetery.  But when David Givens, Jamestown’s head archaeologist, recently rolled a ground penetrating radar over the sanctuary’s concrete floor, he detected void after void.  Graves, he said, "are everywhere under here."  Church legend has long whispered of such things.

Confirmation came last fall when contractors removed part of the floor to install sewer lines for new bathrooms and found the faint borders of a brick crypt.

Then a skull — or at least part of one — turned up in a utility line hole cut near the altar.  Renovations screeched to a halt.  Now, the congregation of the Basilica of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception just wants to know who’s under there.

 Read more in this Sunday's Main News.

  • Norfolk has long kept secret how police use force. Now some council members want that to change.
  • Virginia Beach’s proposed hybrid school plan is problematic.


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Reader Spotlight
Congratulations to Sharon Chantland! 

Sharon is the winner of this week's Amazon e-gift card!  Sharon wrote in to say,

"Since the pandemic, gardening has become very popular.  I would love to see gift cards to local garden centers!"

We appreciate the feedback and we will certainly work on that!

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