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Kim Lewis is a 37 year old Richmond County native.  She attended James Madison University and currently works as the Vice President of Operations for BCI in Dahlgren.  Kim enjoys spending time with her kids, Makayla (16) and Blaikley (12).  She is serving her second term on the YMCA board.  In her spare time, Kim likes to watch her girls play ball, read and volunteer in the community.

Pete Trible has a passion for dance that can be traced back to when the Trible family was driven from England to Old Rappahannock County over 300 years ago for introducing The Pavene to his family’s Elizabethan lower class country dances.  An attorney, Pete is a graduate of the “Harvard of Third World Appalachia”, The Appalachian School of law.  This Gemini loves kimchi, grilling lamb chops and anchovies on his pizza.  Pete’s dancing styles have evolved from the head-banging mosh pit of Corrosion of Conformity and Slayer to the more modest “wiggle-dance” of widespread Panic and the Grateful Dead.  Today he loves to tap his toe in time to the beat.  Pete can often be seen driving his children around Warsaw in a grimaced silence to their music.  Pete is saddened that he couldn’t dance with his wife Libby tonight and hopes she is not too disappointed when she gets fewer votes he.





Vote for your us! The couple that receives the most votes will be awarded the inaugural Community Choice Award.

Each vote is $5:

  • 1 vote = $5
  • 10 votes = $50
  • 100 votes – $500


Funds from voting support the RICHMOND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA annual campaign. 100% of campaign funds are used to help local folk live healthier, happier lives through participation at the YMCA.

Questions: 804 333 4117 Liz Hansbury

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