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HCA's 2008 Christmas in Hillsboro Homes Tour Sponsors

Thank you to the sponsors of the HCA's 2008 Christmas in Hillsboro Homes Tour Sponsors:

AWare Marketing
Blue Ridge Veterinary Associates
Breaux Vineyards
Bridge’s Towing
Browning Equipment
Carlyle & Anderson, Inc.
Gardens of Delight
The Ginzberg Family
Grandale Farm Restaurant
Graydon Manor
Hillsboro Ruritan Club
Hill Tom Market
Hunt Country Jewelers
Middleburg Bank
New Life Antiques
Michael Oxman, Architect
Silverbrook Farm Bed & Breakfast
State Farm Insurance
Stonehedge Restoration & Antiques
Stribling Counseling Services, Inc.
Terry’s Body Shop

Notes from the HCA...

Support our continued efforts to renovate, improve, and maintain Hillsboro's Old Stone School by joining and donating to the HCA and become a Friend of the Old Stone School!

Hillsboro’s Old Stone School
The original name of the school was Locust Grove Academy. The oldest part of the building, the east wing, where the fire occurred, was built in 1874. Read more...

About the HCA
The HCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and maintaining Hillsboro’s Old Stone School. Funds to help fulfill this charter come from membership fees, rental fees, and donations. In addition to funds, volunteer contributions of time and talent over the years have also helped the HCA work toward these goals. Read more...

Thank you for all of your support!


The Hillsboro Community Association is dedicated to preserving and maintaining Hillsboro's Old Stone School, formerly the Locust Grove Academy circa 1874.