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•   Robert Wayne Cramer (1972)  3/29
•   Phillip Edward Brown Jr (1977)  3/26
•   Walker Powell (1961)  3/20
•   Barbara Ann Johnson (Sites) (1966)  3/17
•   Carley Marie Fisher (2011)  3/12
•   Ronald Clayton Gordon Jr (1977)  3/1
•   Alesia Michele Amburn (Ross) (1980)  3/1
•   Michael Wayne Hill (1980)  2/28
•   Robert Wesly Jones (1980)  2/28
•   Millicent Wright (1980)  2/27
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•   Donald Blair Corley (1962)  3/31
•   Patricia Diane Gibson (Gaertner) (1972)  3/31
•   William T Hankins (2004)  3/31
•   Erin Jablonski (2008)  3/31
•   Brielle Monet McClenny (2016)  3/31
•   Walter Edward (Wally) Quast (1966)  3/31
•   Joshua Adam Spencer (2011)  3/31
•   Shannon Webb (Taylor) (1994)  3/31
•   Bruce Charles Baldwin (1963)  4/1
•   Lydia Grace Eisenberg (2016)  4/1
•   Nick A. Lading (1988)  4/1
•   Ann Carol Morris (Wilkins)  4/1
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Another Successful Night!!

Enjoy this video from the 2019 "A Night To Remember"

A Night to Remember 2019 from CPA-TV on Vimeo.

Special Thanks to  David Dillehunt (2002)  



Photographic History of Charlottesville

In December of 1959, local photographer Ed Roseberry captured this nighttime view of Main Street, today’s Downtown Mall.  Many changes have occurred in this section of town in the last 5 decades. The Paramount went dark for 30 years. The buildings to the west of the theater were destroyed by fire (1973) and have become “Central Place.”  Most of the shops seen here have moved or gone out of business.  But, in 1959 this was the place for Christmas shopping and the city would decorate Main Street to attract shoppers and visitors to the festive atmosphere downtown. “Vintage DTM” is produced by Steve Trumbull.  You can see more vintage Charlottesville photos at



Your Copy of the Peer Has Arrived!


We've just added Some new Peers to the Website. They are fully searchable and can be downloaded or printed. We have nearly 20 years so far - more will be coming  soon.


See the 1994 Peer below. 


Click here to see other issues .