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June 14 - 27 , 2013 Volume V, Issue 12



Serving all of Frederick County and Winchester City

The Pritchard House

The embodiment of love and despair


Rockin’ Independence Eve in Winchester

You better! It’s the Lutherans’ turn at the Wayside Theatre 4

How to have fun? 7 Go enjoy the Winchester Blues 8 House Festival!



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Local history

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The Pritchard House: The embodiment of love and despair

The Pritchard house is being restored by the KBA. By Sue Golden Frederick County Report On any given day, one can sit on the front porch of the Pritchard house and feel the happiness and serenity that was the Pritchard farm prior to the Civil War. Samuel “Reese” Pritchard was born and raised on the family farm in Kernstown. The Pritchard family had been on the land north of Hoge Creek for one hundred years. In 1858, at the ripe old age of 43, Reese married Helen Johnson, 28, the daughter of a wealthy Trenton, New Jersey family. The couple soon had five children, four of whom were alive during the Civil War. One, Margaret L., died before her second birthday in 1864. During both battles of Kernstown, the family remained in their home. To leave was to lose everything to pillagers. The fam-

ily sheltered in the house as cannon fire boomed, rifles cracked, and hand-to-hand combat took place right outside of their beautiful home. After the battle, the family, including the very young children, was subject to the remnants of war – dead and dying men and horses. Some of those still alive were taken into the house and nursed by the Pritchard family. During the Second Battle of Kernstown, Union Colonel James Mulligan of the Irish Brigade was mortally wounded at the stone wall in front of the Pritchard house. Mulligan was nursed and cared for by the Pritchards until he died a few days later. His wife came to collect his body. An interesting aside, Mulligan’s aide was his wife’s brother James Nugent. Unbeknownst to his family, Nugent also was mortally wounded at the Second Battle of Kernstown. Despite desper-


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The property has been a farm since first settled in the 1730s. Farm buildings of many periods remain on the property. ate attempts by Mrs. Mulligan to find her brother’s body, including public ads, his body was never found. Does it remain buried on the Pritchard farm? How does a family go from having a prosperous, happy farm with young children lolling in the grass, and then recover from being the site of not one, but two Civil War battles, and a Union cavalry camp? We will never know how the Pritchard family dealt with these atrocities. They lost everything in the Civil War. There was no recovery for the Pritchards on their beloved farm; the family moved to town. The Kernstown Battlefield Association is the steward of 315 acres in Kernstown which were saved from development. The KBA will commemorate the Second Battle of Kernstown on Saturday July 27th with a special walking tour of the battlefield at

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10 am conducted by widely-acclaimed author and historian Scott C. Patchan who will describe the July 24, 1864 battle. A Civil War church service will be held Sunday, July 28th at 10 am followed by a 1 pm memorial service on Sunday dedicated to Union Colonel James Mulligan of the Irish Brigade. Several local authors will be available to discuss and sign their Civil War books, including: “Searching for General Lee” by Barrett Dowell “Ultimate Sacrifice at the Battle of Kernstown” by Roderick Gainer, Chief Curator of Arlington National Cemetery “Civil War Winchester”; and “Stonewall Jackson and Winchester, Virginia” by Jerry Holsworth, Assistant Archivist, Handley Regional Library “The Last Battle of Winchester, Sheridan, Early and the 1864

Shenandoah Valley Campaign”; “Shenandoah Summer, The 1864 Valley Campaign”; “Second Manassas: Longstreet’s Attack and the Struggle for Chinn Ridge”; and “The Battle of Piedmont and Hunter’s Raid on Staunton” by Scott C. Patchan “From Under Iron Eyelids” by Thomas K. Tate Other activities include live music, infantry drills and demonstrations, civil war camp life demonstrations, blacksmith demonstrations, Pritchard House tours, a fashion show and a bake sale. Food and beverages will be available on site. The Kernstown Battlefield is open on week-ends from the second weekend in May until the end of October. The Pritchard house is open for tours the second and fourth weekends of the month. For more information, including membership information, go to

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Nancy Lee Curry Nancy Lee Curry, 73, of Stephens City, died Monday, June 10, 2013 in Blue Ridge Hospice Inpatient Care Center. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Howard E. Curry, Sr., 5437 Main Street, Apt. 9, Stephens City, VA 22655 or to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork Street, Winchester, VA 22601. Terri W. Chapman Terri W. Chapman, after a long struggle, succumbed to complications from Parkinson’s Disease on Jun 3, 2012. The family requests that donations be made in her memory in lieu of flowers to Westie Rescue, PO Box 342, Dunn Loring, VA 22027 ( or Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W Cork St, Suite 405, Winchester, VA 22601 or the National Parkinson’s Foundation. Hopewell Lee Strosnider Fishel Hopewell Lee Strosnider Fishel, 89, of Winchester VA, died Monday, June 3, 2013 at her residence. Memorial Contributions may be made to Boyce Baptist Church, P. O. Box 89, West Main St., Boyce, VA, 22620. Donald Grubbs Donald Randolph Grubbs, 87, of Winchester, VA passed away on Wednesday June 5, 2013 at Winchester Medical Center. Memorial Contributions may be made to American Heart Association or American Cancer Society. Brian Matthew Bayliss Brian Matthew Bayliss, 35, of Stephens City, Virginia, died Monday, June 10, 2013, in Winchester Medical Center. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made for the Collin and London Bayliss Education Fund, to College America, c/o Tammy Cunningham, Bank of Clarke County, 202 North Loudoun Street, Winchester, Virginia, 22601. Elmer R. “Dodie” Vance Elmer R. “Dodie” Vance of Winchester, Virginia, passed away on June 9, 2013 at the Lynn Care Center in Front Royal, Virginia. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, Robert Joseph “Bob” Smith Mr. Robert Joseph “Bob” Smith, age 75, of Winchester, VA, died Friday, June 7, 2013, at Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Center. Contributions to honor the memory of Mr. Smith may be made to Bethel Lutheran Church 2077 North Frederick Pike, Winchester, VA 22603, directed to debt reduction or to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork Street, Suite 405, Winchester, VA 22601.

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It’s the Lutherans’ turn at the Wayside Theatre ‘Church Basement Ladies’ opens 52nd season in Middletown

By Malcolm Barr Sr.­ Frederick County Report  With 22 Lutheran churches in the Northern Shenandoah Valley, there should be no lack of audiences for “Church Basement Ladies� at the Wayside Theatre’s first show of its 52nd season. The musical comedy is based on a best-selling book, “Growing Up Lutheran,� and runs the entire month of June. This show is a deflection from the Baptist-inspired, extremely popular, “Smoke on the Mountain� series, which have played,

sometimes to SRO crowds and once in a Winchester church, over the past several years. “We have something for everybody (at Wayside),� artistic director Warner Crocker told us, in so many words, after the opening night performance June 2. The play is about the ladies who prepare the meals at almost any church, and for the occasions portrayed (marriages, Easter, and funerals) by a competent quartet of actresses, two making their Wayside debut. They’re a ‘dingy’ lot with plenty

You BETTER – join the Church Basement Ladies through June 30 at Wayside Theatre in Middletown . A hilarious musical comedy, it’s full of great music and laughs. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m., as well as Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m. Call for tickets or info at (540) 869-1776.

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Dr. Glenn Burdick receives LFCC distinguished alumni award

MIDDLETOWN – Dr. Glenn Burdick received the Distinguished Alumni Award at the recent LFCC President’s Appreciation Dinner.

Dr. Burdick has a unique history with the college, as a board member, student and donor. He served on the LFCC College Board for eight years, two of those, as board chair. Burdick was the Superintendent of Winchester Public Schools from 1991 until his retirement in 2001. At the age of 56, after retiring from a 30-year career with the Virginia public school system and taking time to care for elderly parents, Dr. Burdick decided to enroll in the nursing program at LFCC. After earning his degree, he became a registered nurse at Winchester

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Rockin’ Independence Eve in Winchester

Winchester’s own Father’s Honor created a new genre of music by combining styles and elements of country, rock and roll, punk, indie and alternative. They recently won a Battle of Bands competition, and performed at this year’s Apple Blossom concert. Full Circle Marketing and the Old Town Winchester Development Board are bringing the 1st Annual Rockin’ Independence Eve event to the Old Town Winchester Walking Mall on Wednesday, July 3 at 5pm. Rockin’ Independence Eve, an All-American event, is celebrating our nation’s independence in a family-oriented style that includes fun for all ages and is free to the public. The event will feature live musical performances by Father’s Honor and Bugsy Cline and the Blue Devils. Father’s Honor is a band based in Winchester, VA. They create a

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new genre of music by combining styles and elements of country, rock and roll, punk, indie and alternative. They have recently performed in a Battle of Bands competition, which they won, and this year’s Apple Blossom Concert. Starting off as a solo band, Haden Olmsted (lead vocals/guitar) eventually recruited Alex Salser (guitar/back-up vocals), Brian Komatz (bass/backup vocals) and Nate McDowell (drums/back-up vocals) to add depth to the group. In addition to the live musical performances there will be activities and games for kids at the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum, the Great American Corn-Hole Tournament, a beer garden for those of age and more family fun. Full Circle Marketing and Old Town Winchester Development

For 16 years, Bugsy Cline and the Blue Devils have been playing a foottapping style of funky, bluesy rock music throughout the Shenandoah Valley. Board’s goal for the Rockin’ Independence Eve event is to provide an opportunity for an evening of family-fun entertainment. “We really want this event to be a fun all-American family event to celebrate the 4th of July in an enjoyable way for everyone. We have live music, games for the kids, a beer garden for those of age to enjoy a cool beverage while listening to the bands and a corn-hole tournament for everyone to enjoy. It is another event that we are doing to bring out the new atmosphere of the downtown area. We want the whole family to come out and have a good time together on the new Old Town Walking Mall,” said Dario Savarese, President of Full Circle Marketing. After the festivities on the Downtown Walking Mall, a fireworks show will conclude the night of Rockin’ Independence Eve. The fireworks will take place downtown around 9:15pm re-

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How to have fun? Support Habitat for Humanity Help the local economy? Go enjoy the Winchester Blues House Festival

Dancing the day away at the Winchester Blues House festival.

Fun for the young, and the not so young, at the Winchester Blues House festival. By Sue Golden Frederick County Report Saturday, July 13th is the 14thAnnual Blues House Festival held at the Fraternal Order of Eagles Club Aerie #824’s “Outdoor Pavilion,” 700 Baker Lane, Winchester, Va. just off Berryville Ave (Route 7). This year`s festival, the largest festival of its type in northern Virginia, is truly bringing in the some of the best Blues music from

around the world according to Joe Boyd, Blues House Chairman. Joe sites “the Canadian born festival headliner Pat Travers and from Israel, 2013 International Blues Challenge (IBC) semi-finalist, The Ori Naftaly Band who will be ending their U.S. tour at the festival.” Front Royal native Charlee Allman will start the festivities at 11:15 am, singing the National Anthem. Other award-winning bands playing the festival include

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vet, known as “Carolina’s Most Dangerous Band” at 12:35 pm; Blues Hall of Fame member Skyla Burrell at 2 pm; festival headliner The Pat Travers Band at 3:25 pm; and the Ori Naftaly band will wrap up the program beginning at 5:30 pm. Special Guest Saxophonist Ron Holloway, winner of more than forty Washington Area Musician Awards (Wammies) includ-

ing 2 for Entertainer of the Year will perform all day sitting in with most of the bands. In addition to the star-studded performers, there will be two main food vendors Blue Fox BBQ and Red Fox Creamery selling a wide variety of eats and other refreshments. Other vendors will be selling everything from kettle corn, t-shirts, cigars, salsa, la-

FCPS names 2013 bus driver of the year Frederick County Public Schools has named Dorothy Davis its 2013 Bus Driver of the Year. Davis was presented with the award during the FCPS Transportation Department’s annual employee picnic last night. Davis has driven a Frederick County school bus for 37 years and accumulated 32 years of safe driving. She currently drives Bus 182 which serves students at Frederick County Middle School and James Wood High School. She also drives a bus route for kindergarten students attending Stonewall Elementary School. In addition to driving a school bus, Davis has performed a number of other duties within the Transportation Department over the years, including serving as a driver trainer. She currently works part-time in the department’s parts room when not driving her bus. Frederick County Public Schools Director of Transportation John Grubbs says, “Mrs. Davis is a very thoughtful and dedicated employee. She is a true professional whose top priority is always the safety of her students. She has witnessed many changes during her 37 year career, but she has remained committed to serving students and their families and serving them well.” Davis will be recognized as Frederick County’s 2013 Bus Driver of the Year during the school division’s convocation program on August 21. In recognition of being named the Bus Driver of the Year, she will receive $500, a plaque and a special jacket with FCPS Bus Driver of the Year sewn on the back. In addition, Davis’ name will be added to a trophy displayed at the FCPS Transportation Department which recognizes all of the Bus Driver of the Year Award winners.

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dies apparel, jewelry. Consultants from several travel agencies will be on site. Still looking for more to do? Other events include a motorcycle “Poker Run”, a “Cornhole” (corn bag toss) tournament or enter your motorcycle in the Blues House “Bike Show”. For information about all events at the festival go to Proceeds for the event go to the local Habitat for Humanity Winchester-Frederick County chapter. HHWFC builds affordable homes for low-income families. In recent years, the HHWFC has been following “EarthCraft House” practices, a residential green building program which requires that set standards are met for energy efficiency and minimal environmental impact. These homes help homeowners lower their utility and maintenance costs. The HHWFC has completed five EarthCraft renovations and is beginning its second EarthCraft new construction. In addition to its building, a secondary benefit is that HHWFC spends its money buying goods and supplies in the local economy. Tickets for the festival are $10 in advance and can be purchased on-line at for an additional $1.54 service charge, or stop in at any of the ticket outlet

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Sherando seeks new varsity girls’ basketball coach The Sherando High School girls’ basketball team will have a new coach when the Lady Warriors take the court for the 201314 season. Sherando Principal John Nelson announced today that Kevin Reed’s tenure as coach is ending after three seasons. Nelson says, “Coach Reed has devoted many hours to helping elevate our girls’ basketball program over the past three years. We wish him well as he pursues other opportunities.” During his three seasons as coach of the Lady Warriors, Reed accumulated a record of 51-25. During the 2012-13 season, the team shared the Northwestern District title with Millbrook High School. Sherando plans to name its new girls’ basketball coach in the coming weeks.

Fitzpatrick family to host World Heritage exchange student World Heritage Student Exchange Programs has qualified the Fitzpatrick family of Winchester as a host family for Greta, a student from Italy. Greta will be attending John Handley High School for the upcoming school year. Greta has met all of the academic and character qualifications necessary to be accepted as an exchange student by World Heritage and the Fitzpatrick Family is eagerly awaiting her arrival in August. World Heritage, a highly respected, non-profit, public-benefit organization, is dedicated to fostering cultural enrichment and intercultural understanding through youth exchange programs. World Heritage provides students from Europe, Asia and the Americas the opportunity to spend an exchange experience in the U.S.A. If you are interested in hosting a student or wish to obtain more information, contact Michelle Liston at 540-683-0242, who is the local World Heritage Area Representative, or call toll-free 1800-888-9040 or visit World Heritage’s website at www.whhosts. com<

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Friday June 14 7pm Stephens City Mennonite Church will host another Sister Care event . The topic will be “Women’s Spiritual Friendships” More info at (540)869-5037 or Saturday June 15 7am - 10am Family Day Fishing Rodeo at Jim Barnett Park. Wilkins Lane Shelter. Ages 4+, prizes will be awarded in eight divisions for the largest fish. VA state fishing regulations apply. A special stocking is scheduled prior to the rodeo. Register day in advance. Cost $5. Activity #251383/01 11am - 3pm Jake’s Bait and Tackle Grand Opening Event. Jake’s Bait and Tackle - 368 Welltown Rd. Come join us for our Grand Opening Event! If you are a frequent customer or this is your first time hearing about us, but you love to fish – this event is for you! We will have vendors showing their products we offer in our store and experts to answer your questions. At 1:00 pm stop by to hear Bruce Ingram’s seminar on River Smallmouth Fishing. Bring the kids to join in our Kid’s Casting Competition and have a bite to eat. It is an event for the whole family! Go to www.jakesbaitandtackle. com for a full list of participants. Jared or Jerry Mounts at 540-723-4621;

Sunday June 16 11am We are having a Special Father’s Day Service at the Alpine Boat Basin’s - Alpine Pavilion. Followed by a fabulous BBQ cooked by the Men of Unity. For more info: 201-836-6333 Unity Church of Christ, 735 Rutland Ave., Teaneck, NJ 07666 Monday June 17 8:30am - 10:30am The SoLoMo Connection: The Future of Small Business Marketing. Lord Fairfax Community CollegeCorron Building - Room 108 $20To Register Please Call Andy 540-8687093 or email to hold your space! Seating is Limited! 10am - 2pm School’s Out Baseball/ Softball Camp will be held from June



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17-20 at All-Star Batting Cages. Fundamental topics covered during this camp will include hitting, fielding, pitching and catching. Cost for the 4 days of instruction is only $100 and All-Star members can attend for $90. Call us at 540-7224RBI (4724) or email info@allstarcages. com to reserve your spot on our camp line-up. Please see attachment for additional details pertaining to the camp. Summer hours will begin on June 24th... Mon & Wed 3:00-8:00 ...Tue & Thur 10:00-3:00 ... Fri Closed ...Sat 10:00-2:00 ... Sun 12:30-4:30 ...






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Room - Allen Dining Hall. A special guest speaker or program is planned for the meeting. Following the regular weekly club meeting the PR Committee will meet to discuss July and August meeting programs and events. Invited guests and visiting Rotarians are welcome to attend the weekly regular Club

meeting. For more information contact Stephen M. Gyurisin at 540-336-7357 or Wednesday June 19 7:30am - 4:30pm The Lord Fairfax Small Business Development Center

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Events listing (LFSBDC) will host a Veteran Conference for those who have served in the United States Military in Middletown, VA. The event includes numerous sessions that answer questions for veterans wanting to know about starting businesses, seeking employment in area businesses, running franchises, or taking part in available training opportunities. There will also be sessions for businesses wanting to know about the advantages and incentives for hiring veterans. The conference will take place in the Corron Community Development Center on the Middletown Campus of Lord Fairfax Community College. While there is no cost for attendance or lunch for veterans, registration is required. Non-veterans may attend at a cost of $25.00 per person. To register, go to, LFSBDC Facebook or LFSBDC LinkedIn. For more information regarding the event you may email or call the LFSBDC at (540) 868-7093. Thursday June 20 6pm - 8pm Family Fun night at Sherando Park. Entertainment, face painting, DJ, magic, food. Welcome to Summer. Free. Sherando Park, Stephens City, VA

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Friday June 21 The Valley Stars and Clarke Crush travel baseball teams will host a golf tournament Friday, June 21st at Bowling Green Country Club (South Course). Entry fee is $75 on per player. Hole sponsorships are available for businesses / individuals for only $50. Entry deadline is June 14th.-Questions/info: Jim Singhas-(540)722-4rbi/Brian Orndorff-540535-5854 The Magic Lantern begins its summer

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season of outdoor films on Friday, June 21 at dusk (around 8:45 p.m.) with the comedy, “Sleepwalk with Me,” about a stand-up comedian struggling with career and relationship issues. The screening will be at the Veramar Vineyard, 901 Quarry Road, Berryville, VA; for directions, link to www.veramar. com or call 540/955-5510. Bring your own chair; picnicking encouraged but no outside alcohol. Admission: $8.00 (MLT Members: $5.00). In case of rain, showing moves under cover. For further info, link to www.magiclanterntheater. org, e-mail info@magiclanterntheater. org or call 540/678-0963. 9am - 3pm The Shenandoah Region of the Antique Automobile Car Association

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(SRAACA) and the Town of Middletown are teaming up for a special Antique Car Show to benefit Wayside Theatre. The Car Show will be held at the Middletown Town Park with open registration between 9am and 11am. Tuesday June 25 7:30am The Rotary Club of Frederick

Virginia Cooperative Extension offers drinking water testing clinics Virginia Cooperative Extension is offering Northern Shenandoah Valley residents the opportunity to have their water tested in June for 14 common contaminants. The Drinking Water Clinics give people with private water systems access to affordable water testing, help interpreting their water test results, and information about possible treatment options. At a brief informational meeting, participants pick up a sample kit and get instructions on collecting a household water sample. Participants collect a sample from their tap at home, complete a short questionnaire, and drop off their sample at the designated location and time. About four weeks later, participants attend a follow-up meeting to get their confidential test results, an explanation of what the numbers mean, and information on how to handle any problems that are present. The water testing covers 14 common contaminants, including Iron, Manganese, Sulfate, Hardness, Sodium, Copper, Nitrate, Arsenic, Fluoride, pH, Total Dissolved Solids, Coliform bacteria, E. coli bacteria, and Lead. The cost for the sample analysis is $5 for samples from Frederick, Page, Shenandoah, and Warren Counties, with the cost for Clarke County to be determined. Space is limited to the first 90 participants per locality. Drinking Water Clinic meetings will be held on the following dates at the listed locations: Clarke: Boyce Fire Hall, 7 South Greenway Avenue, Boyce, VA 22620 $5.00 Kick-Off Meeting Tuesday, June 18th, 7-8:30 p.m. Boyce Fire Hall Sample Collection Wednesday, June 19th, 7-10 a.m. Boyce Fire Hall Follow-Up Meeting Monday, August 5th, 7-8:30 p.m. Boyce Fire Hall


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Frederick: Alson H. Smith Jr. Agricultural Research and Extension Center, 595 Laurel Grove Road, Winchester, VA 22602 $5.00 Kick-Off Meeting Monday, June 17th, 7-8:30 p.m. Room 101 Sample Collection Wednesday, June 19th, 7-10 a.m. Room 101 Follow-Up Meeting Tuesday, August 6th, 7-8:30 p.m. Room 101 Page: VCE-Page County, 215 West Main Street, Stanley, VA 22851 Kick-Off Meeting Tuesday, June 11th, 7-8:30 p.m. Sample Collection Wednesday, June 12th, 7-10 a.m. Follow-Up Meeting Monday, August 12th, 7-8:30 p.m.

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For more information about the program, please call Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Frederick County Office at 540-665-5699, call your local VCE office, or visit Shenandoah County’s website at If you are a person with a disability and desire any assistive devices, services or other accommodations to participate in this activity, please contact Mark Sutphin or Karen Poff by calling your local office to discuss accommodations at least 5 days prior to the event. *TDD number is (800) 828-1120. Virginia Cooperative Extension programs and employment are open to all, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital, family, or veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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County meeting scheduled at Shenandoah University in the Clement Board Room - Allen Dining Hall. Retiring Club President Bryon Grigsby and incoming Club President Charles Daniels will each present past and future Club highlights. Invited guests, club members and visiting Rotarians are welcome. For more information contact Stephen M. Gyurisin at 540-336-7357 or Thursday June 27 AMVETS Post 18 meets the fourth Thursday of every month at 6:30 pm at Artistically Framed, 255-2 Valley Pike, Stephens City. All honorably discharged veterans are welcome. Friday June 28 4pm - 11pm Hogging Up BBQ & Music Festival3 Day BBQ & Music Festival with vendors, crafts, bands, tasty barbecue food beer, wine, and a kids zone. Attractions include the Virginia Giant, Family Fun Cars and a Cornhole Tournament, during which time, a Kansas City Barbeque State Championship is taking place (with celebrity stars from TLC’s Season 2 Pitmasters) show. Festival is to raise proceeds for Cancer Care. Adults $5 Fri and Sunday , Saturday is $8 KIDS UNDER 10 ARE FREE. Friday

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4-11, Sat 10-11, Sun 10-6 . Frederick County Fairgrounds, Clearbrook, VA. Saturday June 29 8am - 12pm The United Way Rubbermaid Commercial Product Sale will be held at the Belk parking lot- Apple Blossom Mall. This month’s sale benefits Heritage Child Development Center. Wednesday July 3 5pm Rockin’ Independence Eve Come bring the family and enjoy live music,family activities, great food, a beer/wine garden and fireworks!!! Old Town Mall, Winchester, VA. Activites: 5-9p.m Fireworks: 9:20p.m. Bring your own seats. for further information call (540)662-4946 or visit

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540-683-9197 540-551-2072 Thursday July 4th Independance Day 8am - 10pm Middletown’s annual 4th of July Celebration is a hometown, community event that promotes our small town and family atmosphere. All events will be held in the Middletown Community Park, located at the intersection of Senseney Avenue and Second Street. In the event of inclement weather, the fireworks will be rescheduled. www. Email: Megan Bowers, 5pm Sherando Park 4th of July. Pool open noon to 8pm. Amusements and food available from 5pm on. DJ playing starting at 6:30 pm. Fireworks at

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Wedding Gown size 10, never worn, white form fitting bodice with lace and pearls at waist and thru out the entire dress, sleeveless, chiffon full skirt, long chiffon train, satin 6â&#x20AC;? trim at bottom, scoop neckline, matching short chiffon veil w/pearl headband. 540-539-4872

PIANO, electric, digital. Technics PCM Digital Ensemble PR50V Price: $1,000 (25% of original price), Model SX-PR50V, Owners Manual, Full size keyboard, Never needs tuning, with bench, music, and manualsOriginal owner, like new 540/869-8649 or DUNLOCH@GMAIL.COM Two 5 gallon Olympic Maximum Deck, Fence, and Siding Stain. Semi-transparent natural base. Color added is #716 Cedar Naturaltone. Little over 1 yr old, never been opened. $100 for both. Call 540-793-0646 (5/13)

2 crypts, side by side in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Includes opening and closing.$15,000 value, asking $7115.00 Call 540-247-6328


Flower girl dress, white, size 14, Sweet Beginnings Brand, with 4â&#x20AC;? Turquoise Satin Ribbon Trim with Bow, with matching turquoise shoes (size 3.5B) with matching pocketbook. 540-539-4872 (5/13) Baldwin electric player piano. Solid Oak. Exc. condition, w/music rolls. $1750.00 Call 540-450-8741 (4/13) Kimball Entertainer III Organ for sale. $100 OBO. Needs some work/transistors. This is a fun organ! Call 540-535-9728 (4/13) 30â&#x20AC;? NATURAL GAS RANGE four years old - white $125. 540-869-3506 (8/12) Aunt Jemima McCoy cookie jar $100, roll-away bed $25, Iron bed, single $25, Cast Iron old toy form & wagon, old wicker baby stroller $75, Wooden headboard from 100 year old bed $75. Call 540-662-9023 (5/13) Masonic Ring with two .4 caret diamonds, ruby with mason emblem, 14k Gold, appraises at over $7000. Will sacrifice and take $4000. Call 540-662-9023 (5/13) Consew Blind Hemmer Sewing Machine, complete with manual and needles. Sew a hem in less than a minute. Wonderful machine for alterations or decorator business. $300. 540-675-3508 Christmas â&#x20AC;&#x153;Holly Holiday Patternâ&#x20AC;? Never Used/In Box. $25/ea. Salt & Pepper Shakers, Soup Bowls, Dinner Plates, Cookie Jar, Sleigh (Votive Candle used - cleaned out), Disney Winnie the Pooh â&#x20AC;&#x153;Simply Poohâ&#x20AC;? Figurines $20/ea. Call 540-869-4236 (10/4) Love Seat for sale. Floral print cushions/pillows. White wicker trim. Good condition. $40. Call 540-869-7571 (10/4)

Console tv with wood cabinet $50 obo Hitachi 56â&#x20AC;? HD Projection tv $200. 24â&#x20AC;? tv $45 obo 540-868-9226 (10/18) Eli Terry Pillar & Scroll Clock, circa 1805, Mahogany, serious inquiries only. Call 540-869-3333. (11/02) Caleb Davis Tall-Case Well-Documented Valley Clock, 8-day bell strike, serious inquiries only. Call 540-869-3333. Mink Coat, full length, Size 12, gorgeous brown mahogany. Serious inquiries only. 540-869-3333

Commercial Space for Lease. Prime Location in Historic Downtown Strasburg. Pre-Civil War Building with Period Restoration. Log and Brick with Wide Plank Floors. New 3 Zone Heat/Air. 4 Exterior Doors. 110 N. Massanutten Street. Monthly Rent $1,500.Off-street parking available. Call Lisa 540-465-6626 (1/16) Entertainment Center: Light Oak with glass doors. (64â&#x20AC;? wide X 58â&#x20AC;? high X 23â&#x20AC;? deep) Very good condition $275.00 540-723-0285 (12/13) Vivitar 5000 AF Slide Projector w/remote control. All components included in original box. Used very little. Asking $50. Sharper Image Super Wave Digital Oven w/accessories. Roasts, bakes, broils, grills, steams; 1300 Watt/16 Qt. capacity. New. Paid $160/asking $90. Call (540) 622-2172 (4/18) Doghouse for sale, Lg. 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x3â&#x20AC;&#x2122;w, $200, 540-869-5073 (5/13) Rotisserie oven: Baby George, Model GR59A Used only once-very clean, like new condition. No box. $50.00 540-723-0285 (12/13) Chestnut Wood Doll Bed: 33-1/2â&#x20AC;? Long by 20â&#x20AC;? Wide (scaled down version of regular bed) Large over size quilt custom made; Dust ruffle; Two pillows; Mattress (I will e-mail picture to you if you would like to view it on line) $250.00 - Phone: (540) 635-9748. (12/13) Fourpost dark wood bedroom suite for sale price is 250.00. Includes head and foot board, chester dresser, dresser and mirror. Also have for sale bookcase headboard with rails for 75.00. Please call 540-868-2428 (1/13) (2) Gray 30â&#x20AC;?x30â&#x20AC;? concrete column caps $50.00 for Pair. Please call 540-869-2004 (2/13)

Pronto scooter sure stop model M51. Asking $800. Runs Call 540-868-8800 Hammond Organ, 25 pedals, 2 manual full-draw bars, mahogany, ec, serious inquiries only. 540-869-3333 (11/15) Bach French Horn with hard case. Standard single yellow brass with fixed bell. A good horn for beginners and intermediate students. $750.00 OBO. Call 540-323-0017 (6/13) Ibanez Acoustic A/E Guitar with canvas case $225 OBO. Call 540-323-0017 (6/13)

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AUTOS Small scooter & van lift. Looking for a donation. Please call Mary or Willis at 540-868-8800 1986 Ford truck with slide on camper, extra set wheels, $2900. Call 540-8392827 (7/12) Truck pipe rack for 8ft bed $125. Call 540-665-0463


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Beautiful Amish crafted 8 piece solid light oak dining set with 2 piece hutch with glass/wood cabinet, pedistal table with leaf, 4 high back chairs. Picture can be sent 423-470-6911 Stephens City (2/7)

Condo for rent or sale. 2 bdrm, 2 full bath, laundry room. All appliances included. Excellent condition. Rent $835 month or Buy for $595 month and 5% down. Lakeland Terrace, Stephens City, VA. 540-533-0958 (5/13)

Sofa taupe/wing back chair with coffee table, 2 end tables - $300 423-4706911 Stephens City (2/7)

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Randolph-Macon Academy congratulates the Class of 2013 71 graduates, 2 postgraduates 288 college acceptances to 166 different colleges Over $8.2 million in college scholarship offers Ashley McManus

Tanner Blankenship

Hometown: Middletown, VA




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William Dennis

Peter Jin

Magdalena McNeill

Ryan Seabright

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Christopher Bell

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McKenzie Marshall



Allyson McManus


Randolph-Macon Academy

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Caleb Phillips

Yechi Zhang


Ryan Pile

Manuel Prado

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George Beals

Boyu Qian



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Frederick County Report 6/14/2013  

Local news for Middletown, Stephens City, Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia.

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