Warrenton Lifestyle Magazine June 2020

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REALTORS AND HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS REACT TO THE NEW NORMAL

THE PATH FOUNDATION AND THE NORTHERN PIEDMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION RESPOND TO COVID-19

HOW LOCAL PARENTS FEEL ABOUT THEIR NEW ROLES AS TEACHERS

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Celebrating Our Graduates!


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EDITORIAL Pam Kamphuis pam@piedmontpub.com

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don’t think I’ve ever been so proud of being part of this community as I am now after putting this issue together. It was pretty emotional for me — maybe I’m just being sentimental — to gather all this information. To put things in perspective, our primary appreciation during this pandemic should be for our local aid foundations, the PATH Foundation and the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation. They have stepped up in the biggest way possible to the absolute maximum of their resources to support local philanthropic organizations that serve those in want of very basic needs in our community. As Christy Connolly, President and CEO of PATH, said, “We’ve never experienced anything like this before, either in severity or scale.” It’s a big job. I’d also like to express appreciation to all our parents who have stepped up, to the best of their ability, to fill the education void in their children’s lives. We got a glimpse of their feelings in our survey, and so many responded so thoughtfully that it became a really strong feature. My own daughter, a Fauquier HIgh School graduate, finished her senior year at College of Charleston this spring without the graduation ceremony. At College of Charleston, the commencement ceremony is very involved and steeped in historic tradition, involving white dresses and roses and surrounded by eighteenth-century buildings and gardens. She was devastated to miss this, as well as the conclusion of her senior year with her friends and her sorority. My heart goes out to her, as well as all the graduates of our county high schools and local college graduates who have missed this closure of this special time in their lives. But our local principals and staff of Fauquier County Public Schools stepped up in a big way, holding days of individual ceremonies for these students so each had their own special ceremony. I witnessed a few of these at Fauquier High, and I have to confess, I cried. It was incredibly emotional for me after watching three of my own kids come through that school, to reflect on the many effects of the pandemic, the necessity of individual ceremonies, and the dedication of those who made it possible. It was very powerful. We’d like to say to all the graduates: you are graduating into a different world today, but your lives are still opening up to amazing things and experiences to come. But please, always remember the incredible community you came from.

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Parents as Teachers

Get Your Strawberry Fix!

How local families feel about homeschooling during COVID-19

Recipe: Strawberry Cheesecake in the crock pot

Congratulations to our Fauquier County graduates!

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BY KARLA JONES SEDITA

Realtors Embrace the New Normal

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Brighten and Lighten

Local realtors tell us about how their industry has changed

Tips for your home for the summer

LEFT: Gabriella Biasillo of Kettle Run with her parents Julie and Enzo. Photo by Rebecca Graney. ABOVE: Matthew Hogestyn of Liberty High School with parents Jim and Dawn. Photo by Dan Chung.

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BY AMY BOYLE

The Pandemic and your Health

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Great- I am stuck at home

What Local Healthcare Providers Have to Say

Battling Isolation with the Internet

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BY KLAUS FUECHSEL

A Moving Target

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Celebrating the Class of 2020

PATH Foundation and Northern Piedmont Community Foundation face the effects of the Corona Virus in our community

Fauquier County Graduates

BY PAM KAMPHUIS

ON THE COVER: Tiana Minor of Fauquier High School, Photo by The Tuckers Photography

The PATH Foundation’s response to the COVID-19 situation was quick and thorough to alleviate the severe basic needs of our community, but they also thought of our kids. Thanks to their financial contribution, every graduate in Fauquier County had their photo taken as they received their diploma. These photos are available to students and families to download at no cost. We, along with PATH, would like to thank all the photographers who worked long days to make this ceremony special for each and every graduate.

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REBECCA GRANEY rebeccagraneyphotography.com

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KELLY KUVAKAS

CORRECTION: A photo in the article

“Family All Over the World” was misidentified. We apologize for the error. Don and Susan Schupp (far right) toured Petra, Jordan, with their exchange student Laura from Spain (center) and their daughter Julie and son-inlaw Mohammad in Spring 2012.

JUD MCCREHIN Mccrehin.com CHRISTINA SMITH

CAITLIN SCOTT greattscott.com PETIE & SAM TUCKER thetuckersphotography.com

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othing says spring better than fresh, ripe, locally grown strawberries bursting with so much juice that it trickles down your chin with each and every bite. Chock full of healthy vitamin C and antioxidants, plain, unsweetened strawberries come in at only 50 calories per cup. There’s so many wonderful ways to get your strawberry fix: homemade strawberry ice cream churned on the back porch, strawberries serendipitously tossed into salads of early mixed greens, mile-high strawberry pie, homemade strawberry jam, and, of course, strawberry cheesecake. Pick up some fresh strawberries locally from farmers markets or pickyour-own patches. Karla Jones Seidita owns Cheesecake Farms, an agrieducational sanctuary for learning and refreshment in Fauquier County. Visit her at CheesecakeFarms.com.

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Great — I am stuck at home

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You can learn something new every day. YouTube is a great source for all kinds of educational films. Music lover? The Kennedy Center uploads new shows to YouTube every day, and the Metropolitan Opera is streaming nightly. Miss going to the art museum? Check out the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, the Vatican, the British Museum, and the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, just to mention a few, online. And speaking of the Smithsonian, don’t forget the Giant Panda, Lion, Elephant and Cheetah Cams at the National Zoo. Into science? You can take a virtual tour of NASA’s Glenn Research Center and Langley Center facilities, the Oxford History of Science Museum, the Museo Galileo, and the National Museum of Computing. Since you can’t go there, they’ve brought the arts and sciences to you!

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eing stuck at home during the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918 must have been dreadful. No TV, not even radio. The only technology that might have been available was the telephone, but even the operators who manually connected the calls fell sick. A hundred years later during the present Covid-19 outbreak, things are completely different. We have big screen TVs, tablets, cellphones, desktops, laptops, WiFi, and the internet to communicate and stay in touch. From the plethora of online opportunities, I’d like to share some that I appreciate.

Family Game Sessions Try setting up a schedule for calling friends and family online. Every Sunday at 1:30 p.m., I use Skype to bring my family from Germany and the US together. My 88-year-old mom especially cherishes this hour of sharing and the chance to see family faces. Last Sunday, daughter Melanie organized a family game session with skribbl. io. This is like “Pictionary,” where the others have to guess what you are drawing on the screen. Combined with a Skype-session, it felt like we were sitting at the same table playing the game. For this next Sunday, she’s planning a few rounds of virtual hearts. We might even try an epuzzle sometime. Board Game lovers can keep the games going with “Tabletopia” and “Board Game Arena.” Of course, there are many games online that you can play by yourself, but playing with others will keep you socially engaged.

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If you are stuck at home alone, this might be the best time for a good long book. You can download the ebook you want online, and read it on your tablet, computer, or even cell phone. There are many free ebooks available at the moment, including a wide assortment for all ages from Amazon. The local library offers ebooks and audiobooks online.

Don’t Isolate — Get Involved! (Virtually, of course) Being at home doesn’t just mean passive enjoyment, but the chance to get involved actively. Choirs, orchestras, bands, folk singers, comedy and theatre groups, dancers, and many more are sharing their art through virtual collaborations, with each person recording from their own home, anywhere in the world. Freelance artists of all kinds, including many who would have performed at the Maryland and Virginia Renaissance Faires, are sharing live videos on Facebook and accepting donations to replace lost income.

Digital Volunteering While working and playing socially distanced at home, you might want to also consider digital volunteering possibilities. One of my clients just shared information about a project that lets him “use my days in helpful and meaningful ways!” by digitizing old photographs and cemetery records for a database. Check out Virtual Volunteering on Wikipedia to see if there’s anything that interests you.

Preserve your Family History How about scanning in family photos? As they age, their quality decreases, and once they are scanned you can share them digitally with friends and family, maybe for a genealogy project on ancestry.com. Don’t forget to back them up onto an external hard drive, as with all your files.

Protect Yourself and your Technology But when browsing for cool things to do on the web, be careful what you click on, even on reputable websites. It’s a common practice to add blocks all over a website which are links to other websites which might give you some news and information, but could lead to “bad stuff.” If you notice the little word “ad” in the corner of one of these, and it sounds too good to be true, don’t click. If you work remotely from home, make sure your antivirus software is up-to-date and be super cautious, so you don’t get scammed by screen message alerts or phone calls. A big company like “Microsoft” isn’t going to call you out of the blue! ❖

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Don’t see your graduate? Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten them! We had so many responses that we had to split them into two groups to get them all in. The graduates that haven’t been listed in this issue will be featured in our July issue.

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ur high school and college graduates missed out on a big graduation ceremony with their classmates this year, as well as other graduation traditions and celebrations. Thanks to the huge efforts of all three High Schools, they were able to have individual ceremonies, which were also special in a different way. At Lifestyle, we know a lot of these young people and wanted to provide a little more fanfare to help make this season special for them. And while the graduates featured here are certainly not all of those in Fauquier County, we wish every single solitary member of the Class of 2020 the best of luck in all their future endeavors.

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“It turns out the best way to respect homeschool families is to be forced to become one.”

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Do you have reliable high speed internet? While everyone who participated said yes, there are some locations in our area without internet access. Our internet is via our cell phone and it is so-so. We use all of our gigabytes to homeschool. T ER R I, CAT L E T T

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How do you feel about taking over your child's education? Confident? Frustrated? We had various responses to this, some positive, some not so much. I know full well that I am not properly educated to be a teacher. But I am doing the best I can. I am exhausted. T E RRI, CAT L E T T

Very confident! With the school’s help they have provided a lot of resources and even a daily learning plan for one child. So while time intensive, it’s been great! GR AC E, WARREN TON A little overwhelmed but I'm managing. H E AT H E R, H AY M A RK E T

Extremely frustrated. The younger two are fairly simple and easy but my older has learning disabilities and it just turns into a meltdown when we try to do school work. LY N E T T E, WA RRE N TO N

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How much time do you spend on education every day? Do you think this is a more or less efficient way for children to learn than traditional schooling? Answers range from an hour or less to 4-6 hours, mostly correlating to the ages of the children. I feel like it's maybe more efficient but for us definitely more haphazard/ not as thorough. HEATHE R, HAYMAR KE T

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It could definitely be more efficient in the long run, however my kids love traditional school and there are other things they get out of it besides reading, writing, and arithmetic. L AURE N, WAR R E NTON

This is a way less efficient way for my child to learn. JENN I E, FAU Q U I E R COUN T Y

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Are you learning anything about your children and/ or their learning styles that you otherwise might not have found out? Not learning so much about my children; I’m usually very involved. But I’m learning a lot about their teachers! Some good, others bad, but I have more insight into how teachers and students interact, and how the teachers teach. G R AC E, WA RRE N TO N He's a bit of a goofball in class, but he's on top of his work. I've also learned that just because he's not making eye contact it doesn't mean he's not learning or listening. J EN N A, WA RRE N TO N Not really. Just reaffirming what I knew...that they are internally motivated to learn and do well. A N N E, FAU QUIER CO U N T Y

I knew about her need for structure and minimal distraction. And home is just full of distractions! L A IN E, WA R R EN TO N

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Realtors embrace the new normal Imagine buying a home based solely on a virtual showing and a FaceTime tour your realtor took you on. And by “took you on,” I mean you’re on your laptop having coffee while your realtor walks the property you’re interested in, sharing its pluses and minuses, via FaceTime. That’s just one of the innovative ways realtors are embracing the new normal and helping people buy and sell homes safely. What else are they doing? How do they feel the real estate market will fare in the months ahead? How are clients responding to certain new safety precautions including not being permitted to tour a house in-person if it’s not vacant and they have an underlying health condition? We asked five local area agents these and other questions. Read on for their answers!

Lifestyle Magazine (LM): How has the real estate business changed during the pandemic?

PATTY TOMAN (PT): Although the market seemed to momentarily hit 'pause' when the pandemic became apparent, it is now a very busy market. Listings are seeing multiple offers, buyers are seeing more competition.

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PATTI BROWN (PB):

Although some consumers have taken a conservative approach and put their real estate matters on hold, the market in Northern Virginia has not been affected. Homes are still selling quickly and for top dollar, and in many cases there are bidding wars with escalation addendums and the waiving of inspections.

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There are fewer buyers out looking as well as fewer sellers who are actively listing their homes. And we're all having to use cautionary measures that we never needed to use in the past.

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When the stay-at-home order was issued, it was very quiet and slow for the first two weeks but as soon as word of reopening spread, the phones started ringing and contracts started getting written. I ratified five in one week. With interest rates so low and pent up demand and low inventory in this area, business is brisk.

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More buyers are looking online, more virtual online tours, virtual open houses, sellers are making buyers prove that they’re approved to be looking in that price range prior to touring a house and of course, safety precautions such as face masks and gloves. Buyers are attending fewer home inspections and other inspections and letting the professionals handle them.


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LM: What types of new strategies and tools have you implemented? PT: Presidential Realty is utilizing

recommended 'safe showings' protocol with face masks and gloves for all, as well as virtual tours and virtual showings as appropriate. In addition, our realtors have always provided enhanced up-front information to help buyers determine if a viewing would be called for, and in these times that high level of research is even more critical. For our sellers, we remain committed to providing the safest environment while their homes are on the market. Our open houses are highly regulated, and provide a high level of comfort to sellers and buyers alike.

MC: Virtual tours have become

a bit more common in the marketplace, but providing shoe covers, gloves, masks and hand sanitizer are additional amenities our listing agents offer prospective buyers to provide a level of comfort and peace-of-mind.

PB: I have added a "walking video" to all of my listings so buyers can get an effective "feel" of the house and property. It's a highly effective way of giving the buyer a sense of the floor plan and flow, just as they would walking through the house in person. DA: We do walk-through videos

on all our properties and we’ve always used FaceTime for whoever couldn’t see a property in person. I am finding that the virtual open houses do not work well. Your audience has to be captured via Facebook or Zoom in order to generate the kind of urgency that gets people to schedule a time to see a property.

LM: How are those new tools working for your clients and your business? PT: Extremely well. MC: So far all these implementations have worked out very well.

PB: Very effectively! DA: It’s hugely helpful with potential clients. LS: There is a lot less driving around and more efficient use of time. The clients do not seem to mind.

LM: When you go with clients to see a property, what kind of safety precautions do you take? PT: Face masks and gloves, social distancing, realtor taking the lead and opening doors, turning on lights, etc.

MC: I take clients to view properties and

coordinate with the sellers to ensure everyone is aware as to when and who will be entering the home, and that our agents and clients are implementing all the necessary safety requirements possible. Gloves, shoe covers, masks and hand sanitizer.

PB: When I take buyers to see a property, we

wear masks, gloves and shoe covers. We maintain a safe distance from each other as well and try to be very respectful of the seller's home.

DA: Masks, gloves and booties to protect all parties is essential. Also, we ask that no children come on appointments and, if you have a health condition, you must wear a mask and maybe even skip in person showings if the house is not vacant. LS: We try to touch the least amount of things

possible, and of course we wear masks and gloves.

LS: Virtual tours, showings, open

houses and more advertising online. I also held two real estate livestream panel discussions to discuss the state of the market on my show, Going Gainesville.

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LM: How do you see this impacting the real estate business in the long term? PT: While a 'new normal' is

emerging, many of these safety practices are likely to remain and provide a safer environment for all, ongoing. All said, I'm confident our market will quickly find it's balance, and we'll continue to keep our clients educated as to new practices and standards to ensure the most successful outcomes.

MC: I feel that once this passes we

will experience a surge of sales as there will be pent up demand. Prices will climb and bidding wars will intensify. Although some consumers have experienced job losses or reduction in pay, I believe that the current administration will take the necessary precautions to protect those and not allow the banks to foreclose and create an alternative to protect their families.

PB: It's difficult to know. One day at a time!

DA: In this business you have to change and adapt often, and you have to understand the current state of the market, be it a health crisis, an economic crisis, or a housing crisis. I think that the agents who conform to the new normal will do very well. LS: I think we will see a lot more people willing to buy homes sight unseen or narrowing things down online and only visiting their top one or two choices. ❖

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What kind of surgeries were delayed due to the pandemic and how are you moving forward with them now? We have moved to expanded care, with abundance of caution. Fauquier Health is limiting patient volume for resuming elective and non-urgent procedures, and continues to assess the situation on a week-by-week basis. The process of restarting these services is gradual and we remain committed to conserving critical supplies and ensuring a safe environment for all patients, providers, and employees. At Fauquier Health, patients should not have to decide between health and safety. Rest assured that we would not have resumed elective and non-urgent procedures if we didn’t have the resources and processes in place to do so safely. You can rely on your medical team to keep you protected while addressing your medical needs. Medical imaging services, including MRI services, are one of the services that have begun resuming. FAUQUIER HEALTH HOSPITAL SPOKESWOMAN SARAH CUBBAGE

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Fauquier Health has taken the following measures in accordance with CDC guidelines: enacted a zero-visitation policy and strict facility access restrictions, requiring mandatory health screenings for all entering the hospital, and providing personal protective equipment and hand hygiene products. We have also cancelled or postponed all community events at the Fauquier Health Conference Center, and closed the Bistro on the Hill to outside patrons. Fauquier Health requests all patients and approved visitors wear a face mask covering when entering any Fauquier Health system building. Additionally, patients should expect to not see other patients while here. We are trying to minimize overlap in an effort to promote social distancing, conserve resources, and protect the safety of all of our patients and employees. FAUQUIER HEALTH HOSPITAL SPOKESWOMAN SARAH CUBBAGE

Are you prioritizing any particular type of elective surgeries and if so, which ones? The decisions about which procedures can safely move forward will be made only after assessing a comprehensive pre-operative checklist and evaluating potential risks. The hospital will initially focus on scheduling patients with more time-sensitive health needs, and those decisions will be made in partnership with the attending physician/surgeon/ proceduralist. Patients who are scheduled and approved for procedures must meet specific requirements, including passing standard COVID-19 screenings. FAUQUIER HEALTH HOSPITAL SPOKESWOMAN SARAH CUBBAGE

How are you handling outpatient/ inpatient visitors? Upon arrival at the facility, patients are required to hand sanitize, complete a temperature check, are asked the same standard screening questions and provided with a cloth mask (if they do not already have one). We continue to operate under a zero-visitor protocol, so family members/ spouse/friends/caregivers are not permitted to enter the hospital. We gather their contact information so we can follow up with them to provide an update after the procedure and share instructions for pick up. FAUQUIER HEALTH HOSPITAL SPOKESWOMAN SARAH CUBBAGE


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Can you comment on the importance of keeping up with regular well visits, physicals, and vaccinations which may have been neglected during the quarantine?

“It’s crucial to keep up with your vaccination schedule; a drop in immunization rates puts us at risk for a reemergence of vaccine preventable illnesses.”

Initially there was great reluctance to come to the office. But we’ve implemented health and sanitization protocols, and we know physician offices are safe now. It’s time to get caught up with routine office visits, routine lab work, and checkups. STEVEN VON ELTEN, M.D., PIEDMONT FAMILY PRACTICE

We certainly saw a drop in people coming in for well visits and physicals initially. There’s a significant concern that we are going to witness a reemergence of vaccine preventable illnesses such as measles and whooping cough. The worst thing possible would be the reemergence of other illnesses because we let our guards down with our focus on something new. We have to maintain those well visits for those vaccination preventable illnesses.

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Are you seeing people neglecting health issues due to COVID-19? Absolutely. There are reports of people with chest pain staying home, which can be very dangerous. There are concerns that there will be cancers that will have a delayed diagnosis because we’re neglecting routine checkups. It’s time to get over the fear of going to the doctor or to the hospital. STEVEN VON ELTEN, M.D., PIEDMONT FAMILY PRACTICE

We certainly saw a drop in people coming in for well visits and physicals initially. That has thankfully changed as our staff has reached out to families to encourage them to come in. JOSHUA JAKUM, M.D., PIEDMONT PEDIATRICS

Can you comment on sports physicals, and why they should be scheduled soon? Absolutely this is the time to do it. You can’t put it off because it’s going to get too crowded. I’m starting to tell patients to come on in. STEVEN VON ELTEN, M.D., PIEDMONT FAMILY PRACTICE

Yes, this is the season we get all the athletes in. It’s best to do it sooner rather than later because appointment slots will be filling

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up. The other important thing about sports physicals is that sometimes it’s the only time we see teenagers in the office; they usually only come in with sports injuries or when they’re sick. So it’s a good time to catch up with them about general health, and also mental health.

How do you handle social distancing in the waiting room and in treatment rooms? Here, anybody who’s potentially sick with COVID-19 we send downstairs where we’re screening them outside in their cars. All our offices have put in good workflows to help protect their patients, so we want people to come back in again. STEVEN VON ELTEN, M.D., PIEDMONT FAMILY PRACTICE

We actually have closed down our waiting rooms, all visits are text to room. When families arrive, they call and we check them in remotely. Then we recommend only one family member accompany each child, and we see children one at a time. We call them when the room is ready, the nurse meets them at the door and brings them back to a cleaned and sanitized room. We have been very cognizant of cleaning the rooms according to the CDC recommendations. We social distance at scales, and all our staff is masked at all times. There’s a greater level of vigilance now. JOSHUA JAKUM, M.D., PIEDMONT PEDIATRICS

Have you had an increased need for mental health appointments? Yes, we’ve seen an increase. The stress of the COVID-19 is getting to many, the isolation is getting to many, so we’re seeing an increase in anxiety and depression. STEVEN VON ELTEN, MD., PIEDMONT FAMILY PRACTICE

Going back to my earlier point of not allowing a drop in immunization rates in our community, that’s our priority. I’m not downplaying the effects of COVID-19, but you can’t keep your eye off the other things that are out there that we can control or prevent.

We have really recognized the importance of support during the stay at home period. For all children and teens, those bridges they depend on for social health have been abruptly closed: school friends, teachers, community members, church members. This year, teens and graduates have missed out on these incredible experiences for closure to their high school career; things like prom and graduation. They really can have this sense of loss, so giving them encouragement and telling them how proud I am of them for the successes they’ve had is really important to our practice. We encourage them and tell them that their lives are about to open up to amazing things. Tele-medicine has been skyrocketing in our practice, and has been particularly useful in mental health visits. So we are able to ensure that we are reaching out to all patients who need help.

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What types of appointments are you prioritizing? We are not prioritizing any particular patients, we are seeing everyone who wants to come in. We have been doing some telehealth, but it’s not nearly as good as being able to examine a patient in person. STEVEN VON ELTEN, M.D., PIEDMONT FAMILY PRACTICE

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As an orthodontist all my services are considered elective and hence were suspended during the pandemic. However, I came into the office to see a few patients who needed an emergency orthodontic check. I resumed full service on May 4. DR. MADUEKE EKOH, TEEM ORTHODONTICS

Are you prioritizing any particular type of visits and if so, which ones?

What kinds of precautions are you taking to keep patients and staff safe?

Appointment priority in our office is initially addressing those patients with active periodontal disease and other active diseases such as large cavities, teeth that require extraction or teeth that require root canals for infection. Next, patients who missed their periodontal maintenance hygiene appointments to help control disease, and those with treatment started but unable to complete due to COVID-19 guidance and recommendations. Those patients with underlying medical conditions are being prioritized as well since the pathogens in the mouth can impact overall health and vulnerability. DR. TONTRA LOWE, AWESOME SMILES DENTAL CENTER

Yes, we are limiting services that take longer and which require us to run handpieces due to the aerosols that can be generated. DR. MADUEKE EKOH, TEEM ORTHODONTICS

We have instituted many protocols as outlined by the CDC, OSHA, and ADA in order to provide care in a warm, friendly, and safe environment. We have also taken extra measures including: installation of air purifiers which kill up 99.6% of viruses throughout the office and treatment suites; integration of aerosol reducing isolation systems; instituting new first time patient screening measures; and instituting a streamlined check-in and check-out process. In addition to our current personal protective equipment (PPE), our clinical team is equipped with knee-length or full body gowns, surgical hair caps, full face shields, and ASTM level 3 masks or higher (N95 or KN95). DR. TONTRA LOWE, AWESOME SMILES DENTAL CENTER

Our standard has been above par even before the pandemic. All the things we have been doing are what the governing boards are recommending to practitioners. We run an open system and sterilize our instruments after each use. All instruments are packed in pouches and we clean and wipe down after each patient. All patients and staff wear safety glasses, and all staff wear gowns, coats, facemasks, and gloves for each procedure. We also run our air purifiers/air cleaners. DR. MADUEKE EKOH, TEEM ORTHODONTICS ❖

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“It’s coming in waves, we have to respond to each stage as it comes. It’s a moving target. We’ve never experienced anything like this before. The ripple effects are going to be with us for some time.”

providing access to health, childhood wellness and nutrition, mental health, and senior services. In March, the sheer number of people in need of those services — and more — skyrocketed due to the massive unemployment following the COVID response. PATH had never faced critical needs on this scale with such an urgent timeline. “It’s been a balancing act,” said Connolly, as PATH tried to address early emergent needs and to anticipate and prepare for whatever is coming next. “It’s coming in waves, we have to respond to each stage as it comes. It’s a moving target. We’ve never experienced anything like this before. The ripple effects are going to be with us for some time.” The situation initially required quick adjustments to existing plans to direct funds where they were most needed. “We were able to respond quickly in part because we already are partnering with these nonprofits on a regular basis. We know them,” said Connolly. Early preparations in mid March in anticipation of what was to come focused on what were sure to be needed immediately: food and health care. That first round of donations went out on March 13 to the Fauquier Free Clinic, Fauquier FISH, and the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation’s Emergency Response Fund. Connolly said, “I’d say probably because of the immediacy of the issue we’ve spent considerable time on the food system right up front, supporting efforts to help Fauquier County Public Schools “grab and go” food distribution for children, as well as supplying food for seniors.”

Another round of grants went out on March 30, continuing to support food availability and addressing needs that were still emerging. These went to Community Touch, Fauquier Community Food Bank, FISH, Boys and Girls Club, Fauquier County Child Care for health care workers and first responders, the Fauquier Free Clinic, more to the NPCF Emergency Response Fund, and to provide wifi hotspots throughout the county. Also on the list: “We find ourselves looking at housing, and supporting SAFE and addressing the domestic abuse issue which has certainly been on the rise,” Connolly added. Then they could turn to the nonemergency but no less crucial needs. “We really had an increased need for translation services on the help lines,” Connolly said. “We also donated to nonprofit journalism; we want to make sure people are telling the story right now." Our local businesses are hurting, and our community depends on them for our economy. “So supporting the Fauquier Chamber of Commerce we think is important. We want to make sure that they are still there in the future to provide infrastructure for the recovering business community,” said Connolly. Next round of funding planned really

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addresses the food supply problems at the root. According to Connolly, “We’re looking at the Fauquier Livestock Exchange. Farmers and 4-H kids had animals ready for sale, and there are no sales. So we are trying to make sure we can get that food purchased and processed and delivered to the food banks, or delivered to programs that are creating ready to go meals. It really is taking a look at the whole food system from start to finish.” As they continue to navigate this new paradigm, PATH’s role has continued to be much more than allocating funds. This situation has created new, unprecedented needs and support tasks that need to be addressed which PATH has taken on. Connolly said, “I think one of the things with us having such a geographic territory is that we touch a little bit of everything. Our role as a philanthropist investor in the community is still there and is very important, but I think it’s also just the way we’re engaged and trying to be involved in many other facets of the community response as well. There’s been financial investment, but there’s also been a lot of other things.” Channeling funds to address emergency needs does have repercussions for the future, of course, as valuable nonprofits providing non-emergency services temporarily receive less funding. “This does affect other donations, of course. We are thinking of other organizations that have felt the effects of revenue loss. I’m hoping that we’re going to be able to open some grant opportunities as soon as this summer that will be further reaching than the emergency response that we’re in right now. We are trying to be cognizant of what the ripple effect of this is down the road,” concluded Connolly. THE PATH FOUNDATION AREAS SERVED: FAUQUIER, RAPPAHANNOCK, AND NORTHERN CULPEPER COUNTIES MISSION: TO STRENGTHEN THE HEALTH AND VITALITY OF OUR COMMUNITY FOCUS: HEALTH, CHILDHOOD WELLNESS, MENTAL HEALTH, SENIOR SERVICES FUNDING: ENDOWMENT


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NORTHERN PIEDMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION AREAS SERVED: FAUQUIER, RAPPAHANNOCK, CULPEPER, MADISON COUNTIES MISSION: TO STRENGTHEN OUR COMMUNITIES THROUGH PHILANTHROPY, BY MANAGING AND INVESTING FUNDS AND ACTIVELY ADVOCATING FOR CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS TO MANAGE AND DISTRIBUTE DONATED FUNDS FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES. FOCUS: CULTURE, EDUCATION, HUMAN SERVICES, ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION, NATURE AND ANIMALS, AND YOUTH AND COMMUNITY. FUNDING: FUNDS ARE RAISED BY BEQUESTS, INDIVIDUAL DONORS, AND GRANTS FROM OTHER COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS. DONORS CAN SPECIFY FUNDS TO BE DONATED TO A SPECIFIC NONPROFIT, A SPECIFIC CATEGORY, OR TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY THE NPCF AS NEEDED.

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP, LEFT: Kynsly Gingles at the Essential Personnel Program at Child Care and Learning Center. She and her sister Kylie, whose mother is a nurse, attend the program; Fauquier FISH partnered with Piedmont Family Practice to host a weekly pop-up pantry to address food insecurity with their NPCF ERF grant; Thanks to a grant from the NPCF Emergency Response Fund, the Essential Personnel Program at Child Care and Learning Center is currently able to care for 15 children of first responders; In addition to providing care packages, volunteers for Hero’s Bridge used their NPCF ERF grant to start a pen-pal program and video socials to help veteran senior citizens cope with isolation.

NORTHERN PIEDMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION RESPONSE The Emergency Response Fund: NCPF adjusts to more effectively manage both donor giving and community need through the COVID-19 crisis. Residents of Fauquier County will recognize the name of Northern Piedmont Community Foundation’s main fundraiser, Give Local Piedmont, held every year in May. “The whole point of Give Local Piedmont is to highlight what the nonprofit businesses do in our communities and to try to get new donors to those organizations,” said Executive Director Jane Bowling-Wilson. Give Local Piedmont hit a new high this year by raising over $1.2 million for 176 local nonprofits. There is much more to NCPF than Give Local in May. Year-round they actively advocate for nonprofit organizations, and manage and distribute donated funds for charitable purposes. By the beginning of March, NCPF knew that a local philanthropic response would be critical in the weeks to come during the pandemic. They shifted into high gear to allocate the funds that they could to organizations that were positioned to address critical needs. PREPARATION On March 13, Bowling-Wilson presented a preliminary plan to the Board of Directors specifically addressing the waves of needs that were sure to come with the chaos of COVID-19. The result was the NPCF Emergency Response Fund, a new pooled fund with more flexibility to facilitate community giving and designated for the specific situations resulting from the pandemic. The fund was initially created with money from the Mary Virginia O’Bannon Fund, a general bequest fund managed by NPCF. Then the PATH Foundation generously contributed quite a lot, and that was supplemented by private donors and grants from other community organizations. Give Local this year included an option to donate to the general COVID response fund, and many organizations that are on the front line received donations directly.

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WHERE DID THE FUNDING GO? Initially, priority was given to critical service organizations addressing food, children’s needs, and shelter. BowlingWilson explained, “For instance, we addressed the need for child care for parents who had to go to work: first responders, medical staff, anyone who couldn’t stay home with their kids.” Supporting local business also came to be a priority. “We have not ventured into small business loans or the Payment Protection Plans, but what we have done is worked with organizations who can distribute those funds. Experience Old Town Warrenton received a grant, which they are awarding to the unemployed and small businesses.” Getting funds out quickly was also important as the community’s needs were so crucial and so immediate. “We streamlined our grant application process because we knew we needed to get funds out fast; now there is an average a short two-week turnaround for organizations to receive those funds,” said Bowling-Wilson. PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE No one knows what the future will bring, or how long the effects of COVID-19 will continue. So how to plan? “We have to stay focused on where the needs are, and we also have to look ahead. The situation is certainly still evolving; we’re not through with this. I think the needs are going to come in waves. We’re fairly stable right now with the basics, but we also have to plan. Due to the massive unemployment, I think both food and shelter are going to continue to be a huge issue.” ❖


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