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Posted April 14, 2009 | Copyright © The Northern Virginia Daily
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Neighborhood notes: Front Royal
Samuels Public Library has acquired the following fiction for juveniles:
"Benny Bensky and the Parrot Thief," Borsky; "The Spy Game," Warner; "Best Friends and Drama Queens," Cabot; "The Composer Is Dead," Snickett; "Night of the Living Lawn Ornaments," Ecton; "The Valentine Cat," Nagda; "Rodeo Rocky," Oldfield; "Wild Horses," Oldfield; "The Isle of Masks," Piemme; "The Case of the Blazing Sky," Erickson; "Tia the Tulip Fairy," Meadows; "Pippa the Poppy Fairy," Meadows; "Danielle the Daisy Fairy," Meadows; "Olivia the Orchid Fairy," Meadows; "Louise the Lily Fairy," Meadows; "Ella the Rose Fairy," Meadows; and "Cemetery Street," Seabrooke.
More information about the library's holdings is available at www.samuelslibrary.net.
Locks of Love
The Looking Glass Hair and Nail Salon in Luray will offer free haircuts on Saturday to people who donate 10 inches or more of their hair to Locks of Love.
Further information is available by calling 843-0550.
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