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Neighborhood notes: Front Royal
Jennifer Loveless of Front Royal has announced the birth of twin daughters, Dawn Marie and Ashley Rose Loveless, on Feb. 14 at Warren Memorial Hospital.
The grandmother is Rosalie Loveless.
At the Northern District 4-H hippology contest at the Fauquier County Fairgrounds on Feb. 7 Rachel Dominguez, Brooke Duvall, Rachel Paulisch and Michaela Yowaiski, all of the Go-As-You-Please Riders 4-H Club, were named the high overall junior team.
They also won first overall in examinations and stations, third in team problems and fourth in judging.
Dominguez was the second highest scoring junior.
Tara Lynn Fristoe has been named to the dean's list at Lord Fairfax Community College for the fall semester.
She is the daughter of Linda Fristoe and Terry Fristoe and the granddaughter of Joann Fristoe and Doug and Sandra Bell, all of Front Royal.
Samuels Public Library has acquired the following adult nonfiction:
"How to Live," Alford; "Negotiating the Special Education Maze," Anderson; "Digital Photography," Ang; "The Power of Less," Babauta; "Nothing to be Frightened Of," Barnes; "The New Codependency," Beattie; "Baby Sign Language Basics," Briant; "Why Evolution Is True," Coyne; "The End," De Villiers; "The Great Depression Ahead," Dent; "That Went Well," Dougan; "Big Boy Rules," Fainaru; "Ball's Bluff," Farwell; "The Forever War," Filkins; "The Civility Solution," Forni; "Within the Plantation Household," Fox-Genovese; "In Search of Our Roots," Gates; "Shop Smart, Save More," Gault; "Ida," Giddings; "The Back Book," Gokaslan; "Live Through This," Gwartney; "Raising Bookworms," Hamilton; "Belonging," Hooks; "The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook," Jenkins; "Born to be Good," Keltner; "Zero Debt," Khalfani-Cox; "Spent," Lipman; "Is God a Mathematician?," Livio; "500 Insects," Marshall; "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fibromyalgia," Matallana; "Work Hard Be Nice," Mathews; "The Tyranny of Dead Ideas," Miller; "Things I've Been Silent About," Nafisi; "The Lost Art of Walking," Nicholson; "Alex & Me," Pepperberg; "No Limits," Phelps; "Violent Politics," Polk; "What Would You Do If You Ran the World?," Rachanow; "How Race Survived U.S. History," Roediger; "An Apple a Day," Schwartz; "Chancellorsville," Sears; "The Survivors Club," Sherwood; "Your Body's Red Light Warning Signals," Shulman; "The Tattoo Sourcebook," Sloss; "The Homeowner's Guide to Managing a Renovation," Solakian; "The Daily Coyote," Stockton; "Dr. Miriam Stoppard's New Pregnancy and Birth Book," Stoppard; "Mistess of the Monarchy," Weir; "Girls Like Us," Weller; "A. Lincoln," White; "Glory Enough For All," Wittenberg; and "Alphabet Kids," Woliver.
Large print: "Things I've Been Silent About," Nafisi.
CDs: "Brain Power," Howell; "Stress Reduction Therapy," Howell; and "Unfold Your Potential," Howell.
DVDs: "This American Life -- Season 1" and "Complete CPR."
More information about the library's holdings is available at www.samuelslibrary.net.
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