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Glen Burnie house prepares for reopening By Ryan Cornell WINCHESTER -- It's the nicest home in Winchester.
The Glen Burnie house, a 6,000-square-foot historic estate on the grounds of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, is set to open to the public on June 10 after an extensive two-year renovation project. The house sits on land once surveyed and settled by Winchester founder James Wood, and the oldest portions of the house stretch back to 1793 and 1794. Descendant and artist Julian Wood Glass Jr. owned the house with his partner, R. Lee Taylor, from the 1950s until Glass' death in 1992. It opened to the public on a seasonal basis in 1997. Unlike the roped-off guided tours of their home in previous years, the house can now be used for special events such as lectures, performances and dinners in the same way that Glass and Taylor entertained the guests who visited their country retreat.
Three black-tie performances of the two-act play “The Hollow Crown” will be held in the house's drawing room from 6 to 9 p.m. on June 5, 6 and 7. The play, first presented by The Royal Shakespeare Company, features eight musicians and actors performing songs and reading from poetry, speeches and letters written by or about Great Britain's monarchs over a period of 800 years, according to a release sent by the museum.
TOP: Jason Worthington, of Culpeper-based Kearney & Associates, adds LED lights to a miniature model of the Glen Burnie house located in its dining room. ABOVE: The Glen Burnie house at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley will be open to the public next month after an extensive two-year renovation project. Photo courtesy of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. RIGHT: The pink pavilion, located in the gardens surrounding the Glen Burnie house, will be used for programs and a live band will play during the Sixties Summer Soirée. Ryan Cornell/Daily
playing inside the house, an assorter garden, along with a pond filled ment of 1960s-inspired hors d'oeuvres with golden trout. and a cocktail cash bar. Inside the Glen Burnie house, original paintings and artifacts owned by According to Julie Armel, deputy director of community relations at the Glass will be on display. museum, the soirée will coincide with Armel said that the new LED lights Maral Kalbian, an architectural histori- the blooming of hundreds of roses in installed in the house not only save on the Glen Burnie garden electricity, but also doesn't damage an who worked on the Glen Burnie renovation project, will present a lec- The six acres of gardens surrounding the artworks like the previous 1960sthe house are nearly as impressive as era lighting. ture from noon to 2 p.m. June 14 A miniature model of the house sits in the house itself. about the recent discoveries of the the center of its dining room, filled with house and its inhabitants. The roses in the rose garden are plantintricate details and tiny furniture. ed by color, in assortments of yellow, On June 28, the museum is hosting pink, white, orange and red. Another Armel said the renovations and special the Sixties Summer Soirée, a 1960sstyle cocktail party in the Glen Burnie garden is filled with statues and busts events are a way to make the historical house relevant and interesting to of figures from ancient Greece, and house and its surrounding gardens. The soirée will feature dancing to live not far from that is a garden planted people. music by the Jeff Decker Swing Band, in the shape of the British Union Jack “This is an opportunity for people to complimentary champagne, a pianist flag. A pagoda teahouse sits in anoth- experience the house just as Julian
and Lee used it and lived in it,” she said. Reservations for “The Hollow Crown” performances are required by June 2, and can be made online at theMSV.org or by calling 540-6621473, ext. 208. Registration for the “New Discoveries at Glen Burnie” lecture is required by June 6, and can be made online or by calling 540-662-1473, ext. 240. The Sixties Summer Soirée will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. June 28. Reservations can be made online or by calling 540-662-1473, ext. 213. For more information, contact 540-662-1473, ext. 235, or visit theMSV.org. Contact staff writer Ryan Cornell at 540-465-5137 ext. 164, or email@example.com
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Fitness center helps those with chronic illnesses By Katie Demeria hysicians are quick to tell their patients with chronic illnesses about the benefits of exercise, but many may find it difficult to actually join a gym. Valley Health’s Wellness and Fitness Center is making an effort to ease that transition.
The center started its Next Steps program in February. Though it had always offered the services, Next Steps is designed specifically to help those with chronic illnesses have an easier transition into a new fitness routine. Medical Integration Coordinator Patrick Bos said gyms oftentimes intimidate many patients. Medically integrated fitness programs, though, offer a safe environment in which their medical wellbeing is as important as their fitness. Someone who had a heart attack, for example, may have been in cardiac rehabilitation, exercising in an environment they knew was safe. “Then they leave cardiac rehab, and they think, ‘I can’t function outside of this,’” Bos said.
Participants in Valley Healthʼs Next Steps program cool down after a Sit and Sweat Yoga class under the direction of instructor Amanda Lindquist. The class is part of the medically integrated fitness program, which encourages individuals living with chronic diseases to exercise regularly. Katie Demeria/Daily It includes a physical fitness assessment at the beginning and end, and 14 workouts between. It costs $99.
“So whereas they might not have continued their exercise routine, now Those workouts can be on the floor they’ll have the confidence to do so,” with the center’s floor staff, Bos said, Bos said. or in one of the center’s pools. Since it started in January, 20 people Participants can also choose from the have completed the program. Of 420 classes offered every month. those, 15 continued their memberSome classes are designed specificalship afterwards, while four had ly for the Next Steps program, includalready been members before starting the Sit & Fit Yoga class. ing the program. Sally Vanscoy, 68, of Stephens City, “So 94 percent have continued workhad a knee replacement in January. ing out here after completing it,” Bos Since starting the program she said said. she’s seen an immense improvement. Physicians sometimes refer patients to “The recovery was super,” she said. the program, but anyone with a “[The class] really loosened me up.” chronic illness such as diabetes, heart Vanscoy is scheduled to have her disease or arthritis, can sign up.
other knee replaced in a few weeks, and she said she believes the exercise will help her get through that surgery, as well. According to Bos, exercise is vital to anyone who is recovering from a chronic illness or trying to keep an illness at bay.
Jeran said the fitness center has been the front door for the health system, introducing them to Valley Health so they feel comfortable using its services if they should have an episode. Now, with the medically integrated fitness programs, the center is also the back door.
“If they have a chronic condition and they’re on the mend, they can come over here and we can continue that improvement and quality of life,” The center has been working to comJeran said. municate the importance of exercise To learn more about the fitness cento its members through evidenceter, or to sign up for program, go to based practice. Director Jeff Jeran said it will soon participate in a pilot www.vhwellfit.com. study with the Medical Fitness Contact staff writer Katie Demeria at Association to illustrate how exercise 540-465-5137 ext. 155, or impacts those with illnesses. email@example.com “Lack of physical activity is a risk factor in and of itself,” Bos said.
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Battle of 1864 Sesquicentennial Programs in the Valley May 31, 2014 The Road to Piedmont Port Republic Museum, Port Republic Historical program and living history on the Union advance through Rockingham County to the June 5, 1864, Battle of Piedmont. Program on battle presented by Col. Hugh Sproul at 3pm at Port Republic United Methodist Church, artifact display by Nellie Flora, gun exhibit. Free. Port Republic Museum, Port Republic. 8691 Water Street. For more information, call Tamara Gibson at 540249-0040.
am and 12 noon, with book signings after each tour. Pre-registration is required. Because of space limitations, registration will be by vehicle, with the number of vehicles limited, so carpooling is encouraged. For information, firstname.lastname@example.org, 540-740-4545, www.ShenandoahAt War.org.
June 14, 2014 Civil War Kids Camp: 1864 in the Valley Cross Keys, Widow Pence Farm
Presented by Kernstown Battlefield Association. Free. More information is available by calling 540-869-2896 or visiting www.kernstownbattle.org. 610 Battle Park Drive, Winchester.
July 20, 2014
“150 Years Ago…On This Day” Battlefield Tour – Battle of Berryville
NPS Ranger Jeff Driscoll leads a car caravan tour of the Battle of Rutherford’s Farm. 4-6pm. Free. Presented by Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park and the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation. For information, 540-869-3051, www.nps.gov/cebe.
NPS Ranger Eric Campbell leads a car caravan tour of the Battle of Berryville. 46pm. Free. Presented by Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park and the Clarke County Sesquicentennial Committee. For information, 540-8693051, www.nps.gov/cebe.
July 24, 2014
September 19, 2014
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September 19, 2014
The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation will look back on the pivotal events of 1864 with its second 1864-2014 Sesquicentennial conference, "Is the World Being Set on Fire?": The 1864 Shenandoah Campaign and the Burning. Covering the period from August-October 1864,the conference will feature eminent Civil War historians Jonathan Berkey, Eric Campbell, Jonathan Noyalas, Scott Patchan, Nancy Sorrells, and Jeffry Wert. The conference will be held at Lord Fairfax Community Join the Kernstown Battlefield Association College in Middletown. 173 Skirmisher as they commemorate the 150th Lane. The cost to attend will be $20 per Anniversary of the Second Battle of Grand Caverns Heritage Day: person. For more information, visit Kernstown with a motor-coach tour of the www.Shenandoah AtWar.org, call 540-740Soldier & Civilian Life in 1864 days leading up to and including the 4545,or email email@example.com. Grand Caverns, Grottoes Second Battle of Kernstown. The tour will visit many sites associated with the battles Civil war encampment, living history of Rutherford's Farm and Second exhibits, period music, arts and crafts, The Battle of Guard Hill and Kernstown. Not only will we visit the quilting, and blacksmithing demonstraKernstown Battlefield property, but many Engagements at Cedarville tions throughout the day (10am-4pm), and a candlelight tour and authentic ballroom other pristine and seldom seen sites that played important roles in the developing Warren Heritage Society, dance in the evening (6-8pm). Daytime Front Royal campaign. activities free. Candle light tour and ball The Battle of Guard Hill & Engagements The tour will be led by author/historian is $25 per person. For more information at Cedarville: Lecture with Joe call 540-249-5705 or visit www.grandcav- Scott C. Patchan. His works include Whitehorne; Battlefield Tour with Patrick Shenandoah Summer: The 1864 Valley erns.com/v.php?pg=167. Campaign; The Last Battle of Winchester: Farris; Battlefield Map by Darryl Merchant; Civil War Trails Marker dedicaSheridan, Early and the 1864 Valley tion; Virginia Department of Historic Campaign; and The Forgotten Fury: The Resources Historic Marker Dedication. Battle of Piedmont, June 5, 1864. He will The Battle of Piedmont – Tour and Free. 101 Chester Street, Front Royal. For be joined by guest host Roderick Gainer, Book Signing with Scott Patchan U.S. Army Historian at Arlington National more information call 540-636-1446 or visit www.warrenheritagesociety. org/proRockingham County, Augusta County Cemetery and long-time Kernstown Battlefield Association volunteer and stu- grams. Join historian Scott C. Patchan (author of dent of Early's campaign. $95.00. 8am to The Forgotten Fury: The Battle of 2:30pm. Tour will start at Pritchard-Grim Piedmont, Virginia, 1996; The Battle of Piedmont and Hunter’s Raid on Staunton, Farm, 610 Battle Park Drive, Winchester. The Berryville Wagon Train Raid For more information, visit www.kern2011; and Time-Life’s Voices of the Civil Cavaliers, Courage and Coffee stownbattle. org or call 540-869-2896. War: Shenandoah 1864) as he tells the Program story of the Battle of Piedmont and its role in Lt. Gen. U.S. Grant’s campaign to end Clarke County Historical Society, Berryville the war. We will walk the battlefield in an 150th Anniversary Commemoration of The program will commemorate the 150th unprecedented, once-in-a-lifetime tour Anniversary of the Berryville Wagon Raid the Second Battle of Kernstown opportunity, exploring the fates of the soland events that followed. Follow the story diers and generals who fought in the lush Kernstown Battlefield, Winchester of Mosby and his Rangers as they green fields of eastern Augusta that fateful Civil War 150 HistoryMobile, living histo- attacked an enormous wagon train of day. After each tour, Patchan will hold Sheridan’s Union Army of the ry, firing demonstration, period fashion book signing. It will be a special day in Shenandoah early on the morning of shows, Civil War-era music, battlefield remembrance of the sacrifices of the solAugust 13, 1864 as told by MHAA’s Gray walking tours, tours of 1864 Pritchard diers who fought there and their place in House. Day-long motorcoach tour with Ghost Interpretive Group. This program is history. There will be two tours, at 9:30 historian Scott Patchan on September 19. co-sponsored by the Clarke County
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June 5, 2014
“150 Years Ago…On This Day” Third Winchester Real-Time Battlefield Motorcoach Tour Follow the course of the sprawling battle with this in-depth, day-long real-time motorcoach tour of battlefield sites. Tour led by historian Scott Patchan, author of The Last Battle of Winchester: Phil Sheridan, Jubal Early, and the Shenandoah Valley Campaign. 8am to 4pm. Cost: $60. Advance purchase required. Seating is limited. For more information or to register visit www.ShenandoahAt War.org or call 540-740-4545.
July 18, 2014
Presented by Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, Shenandoah University, the Holy Cross "150 Years Ago...On This Day": Abbey, the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Battle of Piedmont Foundation, and the Clarke County Car caravan tour of key sites related to the Sesquicentennial Committee. For inforJune 5, 1864, battle led by National Park mation, 540-869-3051, www.nps.gov/cebe. Service Ranger Jeff Driscoll. Presented by Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park and the Shenandoah The Second Battle of Kernstown: Valley Battlefields Foundation. 4-6 pm. Free. For information, 540-869-3051, Southern High Tide in the Valley www.nps.gov/cebe. Kernstown Battlefield, Winchester
September 3, 2014
“150 Years Ago…On This Day” Battlefield Tour – Battle of Rutherford’s Farm
An opportunity for children to spend the day at a battlefield site, experience the camp life of a Civil War soldier, and tour an original log house that stood during the Battle of Cross Keys. Sponsored by Court and Market Days, the 10th Virginia Reenactors, the 1864 in the Valley Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Court Square, Harrisonburg Foundation, and partners in the Harrisonburg- Rockingham County area. “150 Years Ago…On This day” Monthly Court Days of the 19th century Battlefield Tour – The Second provided plenty of action in and out of the 6991 Port Republic Road, Port Republic. $35. 9am to 5pm. Open to children ages 8 courtroom. Residents came from all over Battle of Kernstown to 12. For more information and a registrathe county to catch up on the news and tion packet, contact Gail Bowman at (540) Kernstown Battlefield, Winchester conduct business. The Court & Market 234-8751. NPS Ranger Kyle Rothemich leads a car Days Festival offers the same opportunicaravan tour of the Second Battle of ties in a fun and historical atmosphere. Kernstown. 4-6pm. Free. Presented by Programs during the day recreate the mid Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National 1860's through children's activities, music, “150 Years Ago…On This Day” Historical Park and the Kernstown dancing, artisan demonstrations, tours, Battlefield Tour – Battle of Battlefield Association. For information, and drama. Festival vendors and the 540-869-3051, www.nps.gov/cebe. Cool Spring Harrisonburg Farmers Market provide plenty of opportunity for shopping and Clarke County socializing. 228 Franklin Street, Historian Jonathan A. Noyalas and NPS Harrisonburg. 9am to 4pm. For more Ranger Shannon Moeck lead a tour of the Sesquicentennial Conference: The 1864 information, call 540-879-2616. Free. Battle of Cool Spring. 4pm to 6pm. Free.
May 31, 2014
Historical Society and the Mosby Heritage Area Association. 7:30pm to 9:30pm. $10 for adults. 32 East Main Street, Berryville. For more information call 540-687-6681 or visit www.mosbyheritagearea.org /events.html.
Third Winchester 150th Anniversary Ranger Station Programs Winchester National Park Service Rangers from Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park will provide interpretation at key points (such as Middle Field, Stephenson's Depot, Star Fort and others) on the battlefield. Follow the path of the battle through this series of timed programs to learn more about the stories at each pivotal point, from the beginning of the battle at the east end of Berryville Canyon to its climax “whirling through Winchester.” Visitors can attend all of the scheduled presentations or attend select programs of their choosing. Noon-4pm. Free. For more information, 540-869-3051, www.nps.gov/ cebe or 540-740-4545, www.Shenandoah AtWar.org.
September 19, 2014 “You Are There” Living History: Third Winchester Winchester Living history at battlefield sites such as Star Fort and Fort Collier, with reenacting groups portraying units who fought in the battle. Noon-4pm. Free. For more information visit www.ShenandoahAtWar.org or call 540-740-4545.
September 19, 2014 “Stars over Winchester”: A Gala Fundraising Dinner George Washington Hotel, Winchester A special fundraising event to support the restoration and interpretation of the Third Winchester Battlefield, featuring very special guests Academy Award®-winning actor Robert Duvall and legendary historian Ed Bearss. Tickets $250. Advance purchase required. Seating is limited. 6pm to 9pm. 103 East Piccadilly Street, Winchester. For more information or to register visit www.ShenandoahAtWar.org or call 540-740-4545.
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Golf classic takes swing at juvenile diabetes By Josette Keelor
The fourth annual Chick-fil-A Golf Classic aims to raise money toward a cure for juvenile diabetes. The golf tournament at Rock Harbor Golf Course on June 27 started four years ago when Clear Brook resident Lara Rimmel learned her 3-year-old son Will has the disease.
“Type 1, youʼre insulin dependent,” Rimmel said. “Your pancreas does not work at all ... so youʼre insulin dependent.”
“You have to monitor everything,” she said. “It just means taking his blood, testing himself more often. He just runs the risk of low blood sugar.”
Type 1 strikes many sufferers in their childhood, but according to Rimmel, “You can get Type 1 up to the age of 45.”
“He was very, very thirsty and was constantly going to the bathroom and had a sweet odor on his breath,” she said. “At the time my best friend, her son was Type 1 as well, so I knew the signs and I felt like ... we caught it very early.”
When she contacted Chick-fil-A in Winchester, she learned the ownerʼs brother and nephew also had the disease. He agreed to be the main sponsor of Team Will. Malloy Ford is a co-sponsor.
ABOVE: Will Rimmel, 7, of Clear Brook, sits beside a continuous glucose monitor and an insulin kit he and his mother Lara Rimmel use to control his Type 1, or juvenile, diabetes. Lara started the Chick-fil-A Golf Classic at Rock Harbor Golf Course in Winchester four years ago after her son was diagnosed. The golf tournament on June 27 aims to help raise money for a cure for juvenile diabetes and raise awareness. RIGHT TOP: Lara Rimmel, left, tests her son Will's blood sugar levels by pricking his finger. She said his blood sugar should be between 80 and 180, compared to the 80 to 120 range of someone without Type 1 diabetes. The test accuracy is about 80 percent. RIGHT CENTER : Lara Rimmel of Clear Brook holds a continuous glucose monitor that checks her son Will's glucose every five minutes. The white section is where his glucose levels should be. RIGHT BOTTOM: Lara Rimmel holds a glucose monitor that she uses to gauge her son Will's glucose levels before and after meals. His glucose level is 167, within the 80 to 180 range she said is the goal for someone with Type 1 diabetes. Josette Keelor/Daily
an hour before tee-off. The price is $90 before June 17 and $100 after. Teams of four pay $400.
who work so diligently for awareness.
“I think to date weʼve raised about $70,000,” Rimmel said. She said she sends the money to the Greater Chesapeake and Potomac chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
“One he was diagnosed,” she said, “I knew that I needed to do everything I could to possibly find a cure, raise awareness.”
Rimmel also participates in the Chick-fil-A Dash for Diabetes 4-Miler and Kidsʼ Races at Millbrook High This yearʼs event will include a morning flight at 8 a.m., beginning with breakfast and ending with lunch School on Labor Day and the Virginia Walk to Cure Diabetes in Leesburg in May. She said sheʼs grateful and awards. An afternoon flight at 1:30 p.m., will begin with lunch. Registration for both flights begins to members of the foundation and other advocates
“Theyʼre all very wonderful people,” she said.
The Chick-fil-A Golf Classic will take place June 27 at Rock Harbor Golf Club, 365 Rock Harbor Drive, Winchester. Registration forms and information are available at www.teamwill4jdrf.com. Contact Community Engagement Editor Josette Keelor at 540-465-5137, ext. 176, or email@example.com.
Rimmel said a second goal is raising awareness for a disease she said many donʼt understand. Contributing to the confusion is the growing number of Americans affected by Type 2 diabetes.
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Winchester eager to welcome back Cal Ripken World Series The excitement has been building in Winchester since last year’s announcement that the city will once again host the Cal Ripken 10-Year-Old World Series. LEFT: Host Winchester is hoping for another strong performance in the Cal Ripken 10Year-Old World Series after finishing as the runner-up as hosts in 2011. The Cal Ripken World Series runs from Aug. 9-16 in Winchester. Courtesy photo. BELOW: Host Winchester is hoping for another strong performance in the Cal Ripken 10-Year-Old World Series after finishing as the runner-up as hosts in 2011. The Cal Ripken World Series runs from Aug. 9-16 in Winchester. Courtesy photo
By Jeff Nations The wait is almost over for the return of the World Series, first hosted by Winchester in 2011. From Aug. 9-16, teams from across the country will converge on Yost Field at Winchesterʼs Jim Barnett Park to play for the national championship.
The tournament promises to be a major draw for the city, according to host President Thomas Jones. “We estimate in all having 15,000 to 20,000 fans here throughout the tournament, with most of them being local,” Jones said. “The Winchester team did so well in 2011, we had almost 2,000 per game every time they played.” That successful effort in the cityʼs first chance to host a Cal Ripken World Series is what prompted Babe Ruth League Inc., to ask Winchester to host the event again. “We thought the tournament went very well in 2011, as did Babe Ruth baseball,” Jones said. “They actually approached us about hosting the 2014 tournament.
“What weʼre hoping is that every three years, it comes back to Winchester.”
The Winchester Parks and Recreation Department will run the
tournament, and Jones said the experience of having already pulled off a World Series has helped preparations go even smoother this time around. “This time itʼs a
said. “Weʼre expecting and hoping for the same in 2014.”
ABOVE: Winchester is gearing up to host the 2014 Cal Ripken 10-year-old World Series in August at Jim Barnett Parkʼs Yost Field. Jeff Nations/Daily LEFT: Winchester manager Bob Brown gives some advice to one of his players during the 2011 Cal Ripken 10Year-Old World Series. Winchester is set to host the World Series once again from Aug. 9-16 and Brown will again lead the host team. Courtesy photo
Longtime youth baseball coach Bob Brown will reprise his role of managing the Winchester team, and ment banquet and opening ceremonies Yost Field will once opening ceremonies slated for Saturday, more serve as the will be held on different Aug. 9 at 11 a.m. on tour- playing field. days. The banquet is Yost Field. Pool play litnament One change from the set to run from 6-8 will begin that same tle bit is signifi2011 edition will come p.m. on Friday, Aug. 8 day at 1:30 p.m. The easier than cant, and on right at the start. This in the Jim Barnett Park championship is slated the first time,” Jones average theyʼre stayyear, the pre-tournaGymnasium, with for 1 p.m. on Aug. 16. said. “Weʼd never done ing 10 days here,” it before when we Jones said. “They hosted in 2011.” seem to enjoy the city, and weʼve had many Joining Winchester people who came to and the Virginia state Winchester for the champion will be eight tournament come back regional winners from to visit again.” a nationwide pool of eligible teams. Each Local businesses have team consists of 12 to stepped to the plate to 13 players, plus coach- provide strong spones. Ensuring adequate sorship support, but accommodations and Jones said the transportation for such Winchester Parks and an influx of visitors -Recreation Department which includes numeris still actively seeking ous family members as sponsors as well as well -- remains the you need with the e is rt pe ex e th volunteers for the tourg in id Prov biggest challenge facct. nament. The mid-sumy atmosphere you expe ing tournament organil m fa mer event provides a izers, Jones said. solid boost to The tournament is also Winchesterʼs economy. • Sports Injuries a prime opportunity for “In 2011, we estimated • Joint Replacement the town to showcase the tournament its attractions to a new brought in $775,000 to • Hand, Knee, Hip, Shoulder Surgeries group of visitors. the local community “The amount of out-of- through hotels, restau• Rotator Cuff Repair town people coming to rants and spending at • Osteoporosis Screening Winchester for the local stores,” Jones
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Tuesday of each month. This is an industry/company exclusive event and May 21, 5:30 p.m. - Daily registration is required to May 27, 12:15 p.m. - The June 13 and 14, 9 a.m. Pain, a support group for May 24, 4 p.m. - Mt. attend. Go to www. Winchester Host Lionʼs to 3 p.m. - Relief-Hites people with Fibromyalgia, View United Methodist 22601.theheartlinknetChurch will hold a BBQ Club will meet at the United Methodist Chronic Fatigue chicken dinner at Back Best Western Lee Churches will hold a yard work.com to register Syndrome and War Pain online or contact Jen Creek Ruritan building, Jackson Banquet Room. sale at 5275 Middle Syndrome, will meet at Roszelle, 540-974-3417 the Valley Health Medical Mt. Falls. Homemade ice Visitors are welcome to Road, Winchester. cream will also be Office Building conferattend. Information: Proceeds will benefit the for more information. available. ence room 330. A pres540-667-1553 churches activities. Winchester Chapter entation will be given on Tables are available for First Battle of Rubbermaid the connection between $15. Rain or Shine. of Embroiderers pain and emotions. For more information, Winchester Commercial Guild meeting Meetings are free and call the church office program/tour Product sale open to the public. 540-869-5775 Aug. 7, 12:30 p.m. - The Information: May 25, noon to 4 p.m. - May 31, 8 a.m. to noon Winchester Chapter of 540-247-9535 Relief UMC vacation Embroiderers Guild of Warren Heritage Society The United Way will hold a 152nd America will meet in the Rubbermaid Commercial Bible school Handley Regional Anniversary Program of Activities Room at Product Sale will be held June 23 through June Jacksonʼs 1862 Valley Library closings on the Belk parking lot, Westminster Canterbury Campaign First Battle of Apple Blossom Mall. This 27, 6 to 8:30 p.m. complex. All levels of All three branches of Winchester. The program monthʼs sale benefits the Vacation Bible School stitching are welcome. Handley Regional Library will start at the Free Medical Clinic NSV. will be held at Relief For more information or will be closed May 26 in Winchester-Frederick United Methodist Church, directions, please call observance of Memorial County Convention & 5275 Middle Road, Winchester Chapter 540-955-2720 or Day. All branches will Winchester. Each Visitors Bureau, 1400 S. 540-450-0262. of Embroiderers resume normal operating Pleasant Valley Road, evening a light meal will schedules at 10 a.m. be served for all particiGuild meeting Winchester with a Women’s May 27. pants and families from Historical Overview and June 5, 12:30 p.m. - The Networking 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. There follow with a battlefield Friends of Handley tour. Tickets are $10 per Winchester Chapter of will be classes, recreGroup meeting Embroiderers Guild of ation, crafts, and music. Library program tour and can be purAmerica will meet in the The theme is “Workshop Aug. 14 - Join us for a chased at the Activities Room at May 21, 7 p.m. - Friends relaxed way to network of Wonders—Imagine Winchester-Frederick of Handley Library will Westminster Canterbury with like-minded busiand Build with God”. County Convention & hold their annual meeting complex. All levels of ness women and build Information: Visitors Bureau 11 a.m. in the Handley Library stitching are welcome. and nurture your busi540-869-5775. to noon the day of the Auditorium. Guest speakFor more information or ness relationships. event. Tour is by car carer will be Dr. Bruce R. directions, please call Winchester Chapter Evening meetings are on avan and carpooling is Coston, D.V.M. who will 540-955-2720 or the second Thursday of recommended. Driving of Embroiderers present a program on 540-450-0262. each month. Daytime maps will be available for “The Gift of Pets: Stories Guild meeting Only a Vet Could Tell”. A participants. Belle Grove July 3, 12:30 p.m. - The reception and book signgarden fest Mt. Olive Winchester Chapter of ing will follow. Event is Baptist Church free and open to the June 7, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. - Embroiderers Guild of America will meet in the public. Belle Grove Plantation youth-n-ministry Activities Room at will hold Garden Fest Westminster Canterbury Winchester May 25, 11 a.m. - Mount featuring Master Gardener Plant Sale and complex. All levels of Connection dinner Olive Baptist Church, stitching are welcome. 5321 Mulberry St., Garden Vendors— and conversation For more information or Stephens City will hold a Garden Crafts for kids. directions, please call Youth-n-Ministry Service! May 23, 6 p.m. - The 540-955-2720 or Our Youth Ministry leads Women’s Winchester Connection, 540-450-0262. a social group for single the service with Worship Networking and Praise, & shares a professionals over 45, Women’s Youthful “Biblical Focus” Group meeting will meet at Perkins in story, drama and/or Restaurant, 711 Millwood Networking June 12 - Join us for a Ave., Winchester, for din- song! 540-667-7081 relaxed way to network
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