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In the August issue of Cooperative Living, we feature the community of Scottsville in our Crossroads section. We highlight Baines Books & Coffee, a place the Scottsville community comes to not only read books and drink coffee but where groups come to meet and talk and hang out or bring their laptop to work.

There are places like Baines Books & Coffee in a lot of our communities across Virginia. Let us know if you have a spot like this that you like to go in the comments below.

#community #coffee #books #meeting #work #smalltown #crossroads #cooperativeliving #scottsville

Baines Books and Coffee Central Virginia Electric Cooperative
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The football season is ramping back up with preseason games already going on. We thought it would be the perfect time to revisit the Commonwealth Kitchen and showcase our tailgating treats column from October 2018.

Our Cooperative Living chef Kara created this video to show us how to make Baked Potato Salad.

For more recipes go to co-opliving.com/food/recipes/ or co-opliving.com/food/commonwealth-kitchen/. You can also submit your favorite recipe and maybe we will include it in an upcoming issue!
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On Tuesday, Aug. 19-20, 1969, Hurricane Camille settled over Nelson County, VA. So much rain fell that night that there is no accurate record, just evidence that the deluge exceeded 36 inches at its worst. Read Cooperative Living's contributing writer Phillip Payne's account of the devastation that Camille left in its path over the area.

Go to co-opliving.com to read the full story and other stories from that summer of 1969.

Have a story about Hurricane Camille? Tell us in the comments below.

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