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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Ragged Mountain Resource Center

Founder and Director

Ragged Mountain Resource Center

President and Chairman

Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection

Guide

Blue Ridge Workshops

Guidance Counselor and Athletic Director

Wakefield Country Day School

Litter Control and Recycling Program Ma

County of Rappahannock

Affiliations

Founder
Rappahannock Natural History Day Camp

Board Member
Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection

Education

master's degree program

University of Virginia

Web References (10 Total References)


HUNT HARRIS - OUR GUIDE TO GREAT ADVENTURES — Blue Ridge Workshops

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HUNT HARRIS - OUR GUIDE TO GREAT ADVENTURES

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HUNT HARRIS - OUR GUIDE TO GREAT ADVENTURES
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Blue Ridge Workshops considers itself extremely fortunate to have acquired the services of Hunt Harris. He is going to be our official guide in Rappahannock County. He shall guide us to incredible photographic opportunities.
(((((FARGO OUR GUIDE DOG AND HUNTS COMPANION))) Hunt Harris is the founder and Director of the Ragged Mountain Resource Center, a community oriented organization which focuses on sustainability in the Rappahannock River Watershed and neighboring bio-regions of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Chesapeake Bay. ((((HUNT IS TO THE LEFT IN WHITE SHIRT))))
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Now while the next paragraph does not apply to our workshops, it does speak to the fact that Hunt is an extremely diversified individual with a great many incredible and valuable interests.
Hunt is also an active tennis professional, and teaches lessons on all levels of play. He is a former national champion and has taught tennis for over 30 years.
But for Blue Ridge Workshops, he will not be giving any tennis lessons. However, if you are interested, his contact information is below.
You may contact Hunt by phone at 540-987-3366, email at huntoldragon@earthlink.net and check out his website (currently being updated) at this address. CLICK HERE


Times Community Newspapers - Armed robbery accusation shocks Rappahannock

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Longtime Rappahannock County resident and community activist Hunt H. Harris has been caught up in a Spotsylvania County armed robbery case.

Harris said he has no prior criminal convictions or accusations.If that is true, the incident is either a shocking first offense for the 53-year-old man or a horrific case of mistaken identity.
To contribute:
Those interested in helping Hunt Harris with his legal expenses can send checks payable to the Hunt Harris Legal Defense Fund, 100 Horseshoe Hollow Lane, Washington, VA 22747.
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If convicted, Harris could face up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $2,500, said Spotsylvania County Sheriff Howard Smith.
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As the word is getting out in the county, several community members are receiving the news with incredulity and have rallied to help Harris, setting up a Web site for the case and establishing a legal defense fund in his name.
Harris is accused of a robbery that took place at a Virginia ABC store on Oct. 26 in Fredericksburg.
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After Harris made a purchase at an ABC store in Warrenton, his license plate number was reported to authorities by a store employee who thought he resembled the sketch.
The clerk from the Fredericksburg ABC store then picked Harris out of a photo lineup, according to the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office.
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Harris said the photo on his driver's license is three years old.
Harris said police first contacted him on Nov. 15 and asked him to take a polygraph test.Harris sought legal counsel on the matter, and told police he was advised to take a private polygraph, rather than the state-performed test.Harris said police rejected that suggestion.
Harris said he was in Rappahannock County the entire day on Oct. 26.He taught a tennis lesson in the morning and spent the afternoon and evening with friends in the county, he said.
Harris said he told Spotsylvania police about his alibi, but they have not talked to the people he was with that day.
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Smith said representatives from the Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office informed Harris on Nov. 17 that they had issued a warrant for his arrest.
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Harris cooperated with police and turned himself in at the Rappahannock County Jail the next day, Smith said.
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Harris was transported to the Rappahannock Regional Jail in Stafford County on Nov. 19.He spent one night in the regional jail before being released on $25,000 bond on Nov. 20, according to a jail spokesperson.
When asked about the case, representatives of the Rappahannock County Sheriff's Office declined to comment because the case is under the jurisdiction of the sheriff's office in Spotsylvania.
Harris has a long and involved history in Rappahannock County.He grew up in Virginia Beach and Franklin, Va., and first came to Rappahannock in the late 1970s after finishing a master's degree program at the University of Virginia.Harris moved to the county permanently in 1981 and currently serves as executive director of the Ragged Mountain Resource Center in Sperryville.The center organizes environmental, educational and recreational activities for the community.Harris has also taken the helm on numerous trash cleanups in the county, including one of an illegal dump site near Chester Gap at the headwaters of the Rappahannock River in 1996.
Prior to starting the center, Harris served as president of the Rappahannock League For Environmental Protection, worked as a guidance counselor and athletic director at Wakefield Country Day School in Huntly and was head pro at Chestnut Forks Tennis Club in Warrenton.Harris is also one of the founders of the community e-mailing list Rappnet.He has one son, Jamie, 25, who he raised in Rappahannock with his ex-wife, Tutt Stapp-Harris.
A Web site, www.helphunt.org, has been set up by Harris's supporters to provide information and updates about the case and to raise money for the Hunt Harris Legal Defense Fund.The site says Harris has been falsely accused of the crime.
Chris Bird, who has known Harris for more than 20 years and has taken a lead role in his defense fund, said that if this can happen to Harris, it can happen to anyone.
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Harris has retained Warrenton lawyer Blair Howard as his legal counsel and a preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Jan. 18 in Spotsylvania County.


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Times Community Newspapers - Armed robbery accusation shocks Rappahannock

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Longtime Rappahannock County resident and community activist Hunt H. Harris has been caught up in a Spotsylvania County armed robbery case.

Considering that Harris has no prior criminal convictions or accusations, the incident is either a shocking first offense for the 53-year-old man or a horrific case of mistaken identity.
As the word is getting out in the county, several community members are receiving the news with incredulity and have rallied to help Harris, setting up a Web site for the case and establishing a legal defense fund in his name.
Click Here!> >
Harris is accused of a robbery that took place at a Virginia ABC store on Oct. 26 in Fredericksburg.
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After Harris made a purchase at an ABC store in Warrenton, his license plate number was reported to authorities by a store employee who thought he resembled the sketch.
Police showed Harris's driver's license photo to the clerk from the Fredericksburg ABC store, and the clerk said Harris was the robber.Harris said the photo on his driver's license is three years old.
Police first contacted Harris on Nov. 15 and asked him to take a polygraph test.Harris sought legal counsel on the matter, and told police he was advised to take a private polygraph, rather than the state-performed test.Harris said police rejected that suggestion.
Harris said he was in Rappahannock County the entire day on Oct. 26.He taught a tennis lesson in the morning and spent the afternoon and evening with friends in the county, he said.
Harris said he told Spotsylvania police about his alibi, but they refused to talk to the people he was with that day.
On Nov. 17, representatives from the Spotsylvania Criminal Investigation Division informed Harris that they had issued a warrant for his arrest.Harris cooperated with police and turned himself in at the Rappahannock County Jail the next day, the Spotsylvania sheriff's office said.
Harris was transported to the Rappahannock Regional Jail in Stafford County on Nov. 19.He spent one night in the regional jail before being released on $25,000 bond on Nov. 20, according to a jail spokesperson.
When asked about the case, representatives of the Rappahannock County Sheriff's Office declined to comment because the case is under the jurisdiction of the sheriff's office in Spotsylvania.
Harris has a long and involved history in Rappahannock County.He grew up in Virginia Beach and Franklin, Va., and first came to Rappahannock in the late 1970s after finishing a master's degree program at the University of Virginia.Harris moved to the county permanently in 1981 and currently serves as executive director of the Ragged Mountain Resource Center in Sperryville.The center organizes environmental, educational and recreational activities for the community.Harris has also taken the helm on numerous trash cleanups in the county, including one of an illegal dump site near Chester Gap at the headwaters of the Rappahannock River in 1996.
Prior to starting the center, Harris served as president of the Rappahannock League For Environmental Protection, worked as a guidance counselor and athletic director at Wakefield Country Day School in Huntly and was head pro at Chestnut Forks Tennis Club in Warrenton.Harris is also one of the founders of the community e-mailing list Rappnet.He has one son, Jamie, 25, who he raised in Rappahannock with his ex-wife, Tutt Stapp-Harris.
A Web site, www.helphunt.org, has been set up by Harris's supporters to provide information and updates about the case and to raise money for the Hunt Harris Legal Defense Fund.The site says Harris has been falsely accused of the crime.
Chris Bird, who has known Harris for more than 20 years and has taken a lead role in his defense fund, said that if this can happen to Harris, it can happen to anyone.
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Harris has retained Warrenton lawyer Blair Howard as his legal counsel and a preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Jan. 18 in Spotsylvania County.
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Those interested in helping Hunt Harris with his legal expenses can send checks payable to the Hunt Harris Legal Defense Fund, 100 Horseshoe Hollow Lane, Washington, VA 22747.

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