Lifestyle

Jail sees first staff member retire

Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail Board Chairman Doug Stanley, left and jail Superintendent Bill Wilson, right, present Barbara C. Stickley with a display case that includes her badge from the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office along with her badge from the jail.  Stickley, a correctional officer, is the first staff member to retire from the jail since it opened in 2014. Courtesy photo

December 8th, 2016

Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail Board Chairman Doug Stanley, left, and jail Superintendent Bill Wilson, right, recently presented Barbara C. Stickley with a display case that includes her badge from the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office along with her badge from the jail. Stickley, a correctional officer, is the first staff member to retire from the jail since it opened in 2014. Courtesy photo

Mount Jackson to host Christmas parade

December 8th, 2016

Mount Jackson is hosting its annual Christmas parade at 3:30 p.m. Saturday with the lineup starting a half hour earlier at Valley Fertilizer and Chemical Company.

Weekend Events

December 7th, 2016

The following are some of the area events that will be held this weekend:
Theatre Shenandoah
Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas

STEM Day at LFCC

Sherando High School students Dakota Citro and Meghan Rese take part in a dental hygiene session exercise during Lord Fairfax Community College's STEM Day on Friday. The college  hosted about 200 high school juniors from around the region for STEM Day - science, technology, engineering and math. 
Students were divided into small groups and visited various parts of the college to learn about opportunities in a variety of occupations, including cyber security, surgical technology, dental hygiene and chemistry. Courtesy photo

December 7th, 2016

Sherando High School students Dakota Citro and Meghan Rese take part in a dental hygiene session exercise during Lord Fairfax Community College’s STEM Day on Friday. The college hosted about 200 high school juniors from around the region for STEM Day – science, technology, engineering and math.
Students were divided into small groups and visited various parts of the college to learn about opportunities in a variety of occupations, including cyber security, surgical technology, dental hygiene and chemistry. Courtesy photo

Community News & Events for Dec. 8

December 7th, 2016

Fulbright Scholar
Dr. Bill Combs, of Basye, has been named a Fulbright Scholar as a specialist for the 2016-17 academic

Community News & Events

December 6th, 2016

Speaker
Winchester author Charles Thorne will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the Strasburg Heritage Association from 2

Pet of the Week: Dalmatian mix seeks home

Arnold, a dalmatian mix, enjoys a rawhide chew at the Warren County Humane Society.  Nathan Budryk/Daily

December 6th, 2016

FRONT ROYAL – Arnold, an energetic, 4-to6-year-old neutered male dalmatian mix is looking for a new home after being brought to the Warren County Humane Society as a stray.

Strasburg High School Class of 1966

Members of the Strasburg High School class of 1966 met for a reunion Oct. 15 at the  Hotel Strasburg. In attendance, from left in  first row:  Kay J. Cook, Ginger Aliotti, Peggy Shillingburg Helsley Baseler, Patricia Henry McClanahan, Kay Smith Seibert, Nelson Seibert, Gary M. Neal Sr., Delores Miller Testerman; second row, Connie Shillingburg Fuller, James Grant, Melvin Kibler Jr., John Horan Jr., Bobbie Bromley Poling, Gloria Dellinger Orndorff, Zoe Chappell Insley; third row, Cindy Robinson Parker, Donna Ratlief Himelright, Conly Crabill, Harold Davison, Wanda Sutherly Shoemaker, Maxine Brown Caperton, Steve Hockman, Kathy Walker Hollar; fourth row, Ronald Kline, Alvina Rosenberger Spitzer, Arlene Rosenberger Helton, Donna Henry Renner, Thelma Albright Orndorff, Norma Seal Doman, Terry Bly; fifth row, Patricia Beeler Sheetz, Katy Palmer Tessieri, Sheila Simmons Himelright, Terry Dellinger, Kim Campbell, John Orndorff, Libby Bauserman Wymer, Glenn Jenkins; sixth row, Billy Minton, Steven Hottle, Larry Bly, Carol Borden Morency, Dale Ramsey, Linda Dyke Frye. Courtesy photo

December 5th, 2016

Members of the Strasburg High School class of 1966 met for a reunion Oct. 15 at the Hotel Strasburg. In attendance, from left in first row: Kay J. Cook, Ginger Aliotti, Peggy Shillingburg Helsley Baseler, Patricia Henry McClanahan, Kay Smith Seibert, Nelson Seibert, Gary M. Neal Sr., Delores Miller Testerman; second row, Connie Shillingburg Fuller, James Grant, Melvin Kibler Jr., John Horan Jr., Bobbie Bromley Poling, Gloria Dellinger Orndorff, Zoe Chappell Insley; third row, Cindy Robinson Parker, Donna Ratlief Himelright, Conly Crabill, Harold Davison, Wanda Sutherly Shoemaker, Maxine Brown Caperton, Steve Hockman, Kathy Walker Hollar; fourth row, Ronald Kline, Alvina Rosenberger Spitzer, Arlene Rosenberger Helton, Donna Henry Renner, Thelma Albright Orndorff, Norma Seal Doman, Terry Bly; fifth row, Patricia Beeler Sheetz, Katy Palmer Tessieri, Sheila Simmons Himelright, Terry Dellinger, Kim Campbell, John Orndorff, Libby Bauserman Wymer, Glenn Jenkins; sixth row, Billy Minton, Steven Hottle, Larry Bly, Carol Borden Morency, Dale Ramsey, Linda Dyke Frye. Courtesy photo

Public Meetings

December 5th, 2016

The following public meetings are scheduled:
Shenandoah County
• The Conservation Easement Authority meets at 5 p.m. Wednesday in the

Events

December 3rd, 2016

Service
The Rev. Judi Venturini will give the sermon at the 10 a.m. service on Sunday at Unity of the

School Lunch Menu

December 2nd, 2016

This is the Shenandoah County school lunch menu for Dec. 5-9:
Monday
Breakfast: blueberry waffles, fruit, juice.
Lunch K-5: chicken

Light Up Woodstock set for this evening

December 2nd, 2016

Woodstock will hold its annual Light Up Woodstock event Friday. It will feature singing, a tree lighting, a holiday parade, free cocoa and a chance to see Santa.