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The town of Front Royal will be installing new tree pits along East Main Street between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. beginning Saturday through Nov. 17m weather permitting. comments

Monday, Nov. 3 Schools Closed Tuesday, Nov. 4 Schools Closed Wednesday, Nov. 5 • Breakfast - Applesauce - Raisins Breakfast Pizza or Cereal & Toast w/Jelly Milk • Lunch 6-8 - Hamburger on Wheat Bun or Chicken Patty on Wheat Bun Lettuce/Tomato Cup Sweet Potato Fries - Baked Beans Diced Pears - Apple Wedges Choice of Milk • Lunch 9-12 - Hamburger on Wheat Bun or Chicken Patty on Wheat Bun Lettuce/Tomato Cup Sweet Potato Fries - Baked Beans Diced Pears - Apple Wedges Chocolate Pudding Choice of Milk • Lunch K-5 - Hamburger on Wheat Bun w/Lettuce/Tomato Sweet Potato Fries - Baked Beans Diced Pears or Apple Wedges Choice of Milk • Salad Bar 6-12 - Tuna Salad Romaine Lettuce - Carrots Cucumbers - Tomatoes Grapes - Banana Roll - Dressing Choice of Milk Thursday, Nov. 6 • Breakfast - Sliced Peaches - Juice Waffle Sticks w/Syrup & Sausage Patty or Graham Crackers & Yogurt Milk • Lunch 6-8 - Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce/Breadstick or Pork Rib Patty on Wheat Bun Green Beans - Carrots Grapes - Apple Juice Choice of Milk • Lunch 9-12 - Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce/Breadstick or Pork Rib Patty on Wheat Bun Green Beans -... comments

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First National Corp. and First Bank employees met a challenge and donated over $30,286 to the United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley this week. The challenge was to raise more than $28,000. The reward was seeing Scott Harvard, the corporation's president and CEO, and Dennis Dysart, the corporation's senior executive vice president and chief operating officer, get their heads shaved on Wednesday. The Strasburg-based organization added a corporate donation, bringing the total donated to the organization to $35,286. Shown here, after their haircuts, are Harvard, from left, Joe Shtulman, president of United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley, and Dysart. Courtesy photo comments


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Jennifer A. Laney and Chad A. Kirkland, both of Edinburg, have announced their engagement. comments


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The following are school menus for the week of Oct. 27-31: comments


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The following are school menus for the week of Oct. 27-31: comments


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The following are Warren County High School's menus for the week of Oct. 27-31: comments


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The following menus are for Oct. 27-31: comments


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The following school menuse are for Oct. 27-31: comments


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The Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Christmas parade at 4 p.m. Dec. 6 in downtown Front Royal. comments


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During a recent program at the New Market Area Library, area residents heard the story about the creation of the Shenandoah Naitonal Park. comments


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Karen Whetzel of New Market, president of the Shenandoah County Retired Teachers Association, and Elizabeth Sollenberger, of Woodstock, represented the assocation at the Virginia Retired Teachers Association meeting held Oct. 6-7 in Blackstone, Virginia. comments


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The Warren County High School class of 1954 held its 60th reunion recently at Blue Ridge Shadows Resort. Show here are, from left, first row: committee members: Nancy LeHew-Krogsund, Garland Liskey, Phyllis Fox Kerns, Chairman John Wertz, Evelyn Peachy Anderson, Dave Wines and Dave Bowers. Second row: Dornetta Bumgardner Baker, Sarah Fitzgerald Turner, Doris Good Braithwaite, Mary Campbell Hunton, Molly Harding Powell, Jean Carroll Cheshire, Nancy Reid Kuehl. Third row: Eudora Catlett, Stanley Jones, John Good, John Driggs, Lucian Clare, David Llewellyn, Bill Cheshire. Courtesy photo comments


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The following are school menus for the week of Oct. 22-24: comments


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The following menus are for Oct. 22-24: comments


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The following menus are for Oct. 22-24: comments


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The following menus are for Oct. 22-24: comments


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David Forrest Thomas of Front Royal graduated from Radford University at the end of the summer session. Thomas, son of Charlene Thomas, earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. comments


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Monday, Oct. 20 • Breakfast - Orange Juice - Applesauce Pancakes & Sausage or Cereal & Toast w/Jelly Milk • Lunch 6-8 - Chicken Nuggets or Hot Dog in Wheat Bun Baked Beans - Veg Cup Applesauce - Juice Choice of Milk • Lunch 9-12 - Chicken Nuggets w/Breadstick or Hot Dog in Wheat Bun Baked Beans - Veg Cup Applesauce - Juice Royal Brownie Choice of Milk • Lunch K-5 - Chicken Nuggets Baked Beans Veg Cup Applesauce or Juice Choice of Milk • Salad Bar 6-8 - Cheese, Shredded Romaine Lettuce - Carrots Cucumbers - Tomatoes Applesauce - Juice Roll - Dressing Choice of Milk • Salad Bar 9-12 - Cheese, Shredded Romaine Lettuce - Carrots Cucumbers - Tomatoes Applesauce - Juice Roll - Dressing Choice of Milk Tuesday, Oct. 21 • Breakfast - Applesauce - Dried Fruit Mix Chicken Patty on English Muffin or Graham Crackers & Yogurt Milk • Lunch 6-8 - Baked Macaroni & Cheese w/Breadstick or Steak-Um on Wheat Bun Green Beans - Veg Cup Pineapple - Pears Choice of Milk • Lunch 9-12 - Baked Macaroni & Cheese w/Breadstick or Steak-Um on Bun Green Beans - Veg Cup Pineapple - Pears Gelatin Choice... comments


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Aneita Bryant was named Rotarian of the Month for the month of September at the Oct. 14 meeting of the Rotary Club of Front Royal. comments


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Tony Fox and April Bray, of Front Royal, announce the birth of their daughter Autumn Rose Fox. She was born at 3:01 p.m. on Sept. 5 at Warren Memorial Hospital. Autumn Rose weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 20 inches long at birth. Her grandparents are Jessie and Erma Granier, of Edinburg, and John and Debbie Bray, of Front Royal. She has one brother, David. Courtesy photo comments


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Students from Chelsea Academy in Front Royal joined the annual Walk for Life fundraiser last month to support the Front Royal Pregnancy Center. The school's team, which included faculty, board members and friends of the school, finished second, raising over $5,700 to help the center pass its $60,000 goal. The pregnancy center is a Christ-centered ministry that provides free services to women in crisis pregnancies. Courtesy photo comments


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The Governor's Summer Residential Program for 10th and 11th graders will include seven summer residential schools and five foreign language academies next summer. comments


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On Oct. 3, 42 students were inducted into the Ressie Jeffries Chapter of the National Elementary Honors Society. comments


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Joan Jason, right, a trustee of Our Savior Lutheran Church, 2800 Millwood Pike, Winchester, recently presented a donation from the church to Leslie Steward, at left, executive director of Community and Law Enforcement against Narcotic, in recognition for the nonprofit group's contributions to the region. The group, also known as CLEAN and located at 129 Youth Development Court in Winchester, focuses on creating a drug-free community. Courtesy photo comments


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Shenandoah County Ruritan clubs are now collecting donations for the 2014 Ruritan Empty Stocking Campaign. comments


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The Woodstock High School Class of 1954 recently met for its 60th reunion. Show here are: Front row from left: Iva Marcellus Wharton, Jean Flagle, Janice Flagle, Barbara Miller Lambert, James Lambert, Beverly Beable Jett, Melvin Racey. Second row, from left: Kirby Ortts, Calvin Swartz, Harold Stultz, Wayne Cook, Fred Mantz, Donald Boyer. Photo courtesy of TC Impressions Photography comments


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Virginia Blood Foundation recently donated $105,000 to the Winchester Medical Center Foundation. The funds will be used to purchase laboratory equipment needed to improve patient care. Shown here, from left, are Kathy Nerangis, secretary/treasurer of the Winchester Medical Center Foundation Board; Connie Briggs, Virginia Blood Foundation program adminstrator; Robert E. Carden, Virginia Blood Foundation president and CEO; Tammy Courtney, Laboratory & Respiratory Services corporate director; and Laboratory & Respiratory Services Medical Director Dr. Robert Dillingham. Courtesy photo comments


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Warren County Sheriff Daniel McEathron announced this week that deputies will have extra patrols out this weekend and next to enforce under age drinking, impaired driving and driving while under the influence laws. comments


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Members of the Front Royal Independent Business Alliance and Taste of the Town 2014 event sponsors recently presented a check for $2,000 to the Front Royal/Warren County CCAP to George Rutter, President and Larry Elliott of Front Royal/Warren County Congregational-Community Action Project. Shown here are, from left, George McIntyre, of the Apple House and Apple House Deli; George Rutter, CCAP president; Larry Elliott; Mike McCool, of National Media Services; Craig Laird, of Royal Oak Computers; Mike Gochenour of the Northern Virginia Daily; Katrina Mead, of City National Bank. Courtesy photo comments


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Rotary Club of Linden President George Karnes presents a check for $500 to Phoenix Project Director Tammy Sharpe. The Phoenix Project is a United Way effort to reestablish services to victims of sexual assault or domestic violence. The club, which has 38 active members, meets at 7 a.m. each Wednesday at Mom's Country Kitchen in Front Royal. Courtesy photo comments


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The following is the Strasburg Museum docent schedule for Sept. 28-Oct. 4: comments


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A contest sponsored by Safford Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge of Winchester that is now underway will benefit one area high school. comments


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The following is the volunteer schedule for the week of Sept. 14-20 for the Strasburg Museum: Sept. 14: a.m. - The Zarrella's, p.m. - Leon & Diane Smith Sept. 15: a.m. - Jackie Richard, p.m. - Jeanette Dovel Sept. 16: a.m. - Trina Bailey, p.m. - Marie Spence Sept. 17: a.m. - Betty Sue Howard & Gloria Church, p.m. - Sue Foster Sept. 18: a.m. - Bob & Ida Smith, p.m. - Dick Smoot & Jack Grubb Sept. 19: a.m. - Sherry Anderson, p.m. - Pat Kelley Sept. 20: a.m. - Jo Bickle, p.m. - Ellsworth & Rubye Stickley... comments


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Tony and Jessica Ryan, of Strasburg, recently announced the birth of their daughter, Maggie Mae Ryan. Maggie was born on Aug. 23 at Winchester Medical Center in Winchester. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Vicky Ritenour and John Miller, and great-grandfather Raymond Ritenour, Jr. all of Strasburg.... comments


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Meaghan Crisman, daughter of Peter P. Crisman and Maureen M. Crisman of Edinburg, graduated on May 25 from Amherst College in Amherst, Mass. Crisman, a Central High School graduate, majored in geology at Amherst.... comments


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Brittany Jett and Aaron Sigler, both of Woodstock, were married April 26 at Emanuel Lutheran Church in Woodstock. comments


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The following is the volunteer schedule for the Strasburg Museum: Aug. 24: Holly Delauder Aug. 25: Jackie Richard; Jeanette Doval Aug. 26: Judy Cosby; Marie Spence and Lucy Artz Aug. 27: Phil Loving and Sally Fravel; Judy Grubbs and Barbara Stickley Aug. 28: Joan Farrell and Mike Karrigan; Gloria Stickley Aug. 29: Bill and Arna Zulauf; Margaret Ireson Aug. 30: Margo Hammock; Lynn Clouser Sept. 1: Jackie Richard Sept. 2: Ibby Stratton Sept. 3: Carol Haycock; Sue Foster Sept. 4: Betty Sue Howard and Gloria Church Sept. 5: Linda Williams; Marie Spence Sept. 8: Jackie Richard; Amanda Leonard Sept. 9: Judy Cosby; Doris Baker and Winnie Callihan Sept. 10: Phil Lovings and Sally Fravel... comments


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The following incidents were reported by the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office on its website, shencosheriff.com comments


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The Edinburg High School Class of 1957 recently took the Northern Virginia Daily to their class reunion, which was held at St. Mary's Lutheran Church on July 19. The church served a meal during the reunion. Front row, from left, are Earle Didawick, Betty Estep, Janice Miller Heishman, Ann Hite Fleming, Katrena Funkhouser Swartz, Donnie Spiggle and Helen Lam Ward. Second row, from left, are Caroline Mantz Juliano, Maisel Cecil Lamma, Nancy Steed Estep, Annabel Walter, Barbara Atchison Forsyth. Third row, from left, are Betty Ward Cooper, Mike Holalr, Evelyn Miller Poland and Peggy Bowers Cook. Not pictured is Sallie Massie Raynor. comments


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"A Taste of Poetry" returns to the Shenandoah Arts Council gallery at 7 p.m. on Aug. 16. The event will feature readings by poets Stephen Malin of Westminster, Md., and Steve Scafidi of Summit Point, W.Va. The event is co-sponsored by the Arts Council and The Sow's Ear Poetry Review, a locally published and nationally recognized literary magazine edited by Kristin Zimet of Winchester and Arts Council board member Robert Lesman of Millwood. The annual series was first held in 2010. The event will treat attendees to snacks in a pre-reading reception starting at 7 p.m. Beer, wine and soft drinks also will be served. The reading will begin at 7:30 p.m. Malin is a contributor of poems to Sow's Ear Poetry Review as well as journals around the country, such as Antioch Review and Sewanee Review. He is professor emeritus at the University of Memphis, where he founded and directed the school's playwriting program. Scafidi is the author of four collections of poetry and his poems have appeared in journals such as Southern Review, American Poetry Review and Prairie Schooner. He has a Bachelors of Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Fine Arts from Arizona State... comments


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The Cedarville Ruritan Club recently presented scholarships to Valerie Hutzell of Warren County High School and Rachel Costello of Skyline High School. comments










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