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Strasburg Museum announces volunteer schedule

Strasburg Museum has announced this week's schedule for volunteers Sunday morning: Donnie Davison; afternoon: Bill and Pat McClanahan. Monday morning: Margo Hammock; afternoon: Jeanette Dovel. Tuesday morning: Trina Bailey; afternoon: Carolyn McKiernan and J.Racey. Wednesday morning: W. Ireson ...

Oshene Kelly chosen for Bridgewater scholarship

Bridgewater College has announced sophomore Oshene I. Kelly of Front Royal is the first recipient of the Class of 1965 Scholarship, which was recently established by alumni of the Bridgewater College class to recognize deserving first-generation students. Kelly is majoring in health and ...

R-MA German students earn national honors

Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal has announced its students attained national recognition for excellent performances on the 2014 National German Examinations. They earned seven gold medals, three silver medals, three bronze medals and 13 honorable mentions. According to the American ...

Stonewall Jackson High School announces honor roll

The following ninth graders at Stonewall Jackson High School in Mount Jackson have been added to the all A honor roll for the fifth six weeks of school: Emily Ball, Maria Becerra-Flores, Jose Gaytan-Malpica, Simon Hensley, Ana Jermstad, Brett Jones, Karina Juarez, Madison Long, Madison ...

North Fork Middle School announces honor roll

The following eighth graders at North Fork Middle School in Quicksburg have been added to the all A honor roll for the fifth six weeks of the school year: Yash Desai, Andrew Dotson, Susannah Garber, Brendan Hoover and Alondra Ortega The following seventh graders at North Fork Middle School in ...

Cornerstone contents on display in Front Royal

The Town of Front Royal has announced that some of the contents from the 1935 corner stone of the former Town Hall are on display in a glass case located in the lobby of the Front Royal Administration Building at 102 E. Main St. The public is invited to view the display between 8 a.m. to 5 ...

Edinburg elementary student honored in talent competition

Annie Kate Walsh of Edinburg was recently honored as one of the brightest young students in the nation at a regional awards ceremony sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. The center honored Annie Kate, a student at W.W. Robinson Elementary School, for her ...

R-MA senior awarded General Willard Scott Award

Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal has announced that Cadet Vice Corps Commander Caroline Grace Alexander was awarded the General Willard Scott Award for excellence in her 2013-2014 school year. A graduating senior, she is the daughter of Lyle and Melinda Alexander of Front Royal. The ...

Strasburg Museum announces volunteer schedule

Sunday morning: Peter and Peggy Zarrella; afternoon: Leon and Diane Smith. Monday morning: Jackie Richard; afternoon: C.J. Borden. Tuesday morning: Judy Cosby; afternoon: Doris Baker and W. Callihan. Wednesday morning: P. Loving and S. Fravel; afternoon: Tom Parker and J. Williams. Thursday ...

Lauren Campbell receives Moose scholarship

Moose International has announced that Lauren Campbell is a recipient of a 2014 Moose International R. Robert Dale Scholarship in the amount of $1,000. She will graduate from Millbrook High School this spring. r. Robert Dale Scholarship winners must be the child or grandchild of -- or be under ...

Engagement — Click-Fletcher

Ashleigh Rochelle Click and Skyler Matthew Fletcher, along with their families, are happy to announce their engagement. Click is the daughter of Terry G. Click and Shelly Hall-Cofield of Edinburg. She graduated from Central High School in 2005 and currently works for Valley Health. Fletcher ...

R-MA forensics students place in Metro-Finals Tournament

Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal has announced that juniors John Camarella and Jonathan Pederson, senior Micah Peregrino and sophomore Benjamin Schoonover competed in the March 15 annual Metro-Final Tournament at the Washington Arlington Catholic Forensics League. After four rounds split ...

Response announces ribbon design contest finalists

Response in Woodstock has announced the winners of the Child Abuse Prevention Month Ribbon Designing Contest. To bring awareness to Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, Response asked area elementary schools to participate in a ribbon designing contest. Contestants were asked to design a ...

Festival names parade music award recipients

The 87th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has announced that Skyline High School and Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal are among the winners of the Grand Feature Parade Music Awards. Randolph-Macon Academy won awards for outstanding drum major and military school band, and Skyline won ...

Grand Feature float award winners announced

The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has announced winners of its float award contest for the Grand Feature Parade that took place in Winchester Saturday. Winning the Sweepstakes Award was National Fruit Produce Company Inc./White House Foods. Shenandoah University won the Lions Award (second ...

Apple Blossom Festival announces fire, rescue awards

The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has announced the winners of the Firefighter's Parade awards. Jeff Unger of the Frederick County Fire and Rescue Department, won first place in the V.F.I.S. Insurance Fire Truck Rodeo. Winning second was Justin Laidler of Manassas Fire Department and third ...

Community Foundation announces recent donation recipients

The Shenandoah Community Foundation recently announced the recipients of its 2013/14 grants cycle. Each year the foundation supports area charities as part of its unrestricted grants program, foundation President Jeff Dalke said in a recent news release. He said the foundation awarded more ...

Local Beta Sigma Phi chapter announces year’s activities

The Virginia Eta Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi announced that over the last year it held several service projects, fundraisers and social activities. Its Beginning Day Tea took place at the home of Susan Chicchetto, with a private tour of the free clinic in Woodstock before it opened. Last ...