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Neighborhood notes: Front Royal
Chris Gallagher of Stanley has a role in Bridgewater College's production of the musical "The Baker's Wife."
The show will be presented Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Tickets are $6 or $5 for students and seniors. The box office phone number is 828-5631.
Samuels Public Library has acquired the following adult fiction:
"The Birthday Cake Book," Wilson; "The Ultimate Cheapskate's Road Map to True Riches," Yeager; "Payback," Atwood; "Why We Make Mistakes," Hallinan; "Making Your Case," Scalia; "1969," Kirkpatrick; "Crossing the Continent, 1527-1540," Goodwin; "An Insider's Guide to Better Nursing Home Care," Reed; "Living Agelessly," Altoonian; "Early Spring," Seidl; "New Baby Care," Stoppard; "Baby NamesMmade Easy," Barden; "Guide for Tough Times," Weltman; "Investing in Gold," Spall; "The Retirement Challenge," Armstrong; "Fight For Your Money," Bach; "So Damn Much Money," Kaiser; "Roads to Quoz," Heat-Moon; "The Last Days of the Romanovs," Rappaport; "Speak Up," Maxey; "American Buffalo," Rinella; "Angler," Gellman; "A Short History of the United States," Remini; "Lords of Finance," Ahamed; "The Book of Dead Philosophers," Critchley; "Stop Identity Theft," Mitic; "The Complete IEP Guide," Siegel; "The Truth About Cheating," Neuman; "Enough," Bogle; "Life Without Lawyers," Howard; "The Unforgiving Minute," Mullaney; "Stay Rich For Life," Slott; "Suze Orman's 2009 Action Plan," Orman; "The Skinny," Aronne; "A Long Time Coming," Thomas; "Made For Each Other," Olmert; "Decoding the Heavens," Marchant; "Halliburton's Army," Chatterjee; "Child Care Today," Leach; "Autism and its Medical Management," Chez; "Bicycles," Giovanni; "The Quick Résumé and Cover Letter Book," Farr; "Team Building That Gets Results," Diamond; "How We Decide," Lehrer; "Football's Greatest Stars," Maki; "The Face on Your Plate," Masson; "Flannery," Gooch; "Yogi Berra," Barra; "Wedlock," Moore; and "Judas," Gubar.
Samuels Public Library has acquired the following fiction for young adults:
"max," Patterson; "Tales From Outer Suburbia," Tan; "Fade," McMann; "Possession," Humphreys; "Skeleton Creek," Carman; "Dead is a State of Mind," Perez; "The Lab," Heath; "The Swan Kingdom," Marriott; "The Last Wild Place," Jordan; "After the Train," Whelan; "Lament," Stiefvater; "The Fetch," Whitcomb; "The Second Siege," Neff; "Fern Verdant & the Silver Rose," Leszcynski; "The Teashop Girls," Schaefer; "Birth of a Warrior," Ford; "Return to Sender," Alvarez; "Out of the Shadows,"Singleton; "Marcelo in the Real World," Stork; "Persistence of Memory," Atwater-Rhodes; and "The Lab," Heath.
More information about the library's holdings is available at www.samuelslibrary.net.
Warren County has received $27,191 from the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program, a public-private effort that relies on local providers to help hungry and homeless people.
The Front Royal Salvation Army is accepting applications from potential participants. The deadline is April 16. Further information is available by calling 635-4020.
Xing Zhang of Front Royal placed first in the 10th-grade speech contest at Randolph-Macon Academy.
John Holsinger of Middletown was second and Ashley Birk of Front Royal third.
The Warren County High School Mixed Chorus and the Warren County Eighth Grade Chorus placed first at the district chorus festival at Warren County High School on March 14.
The Front Royal Rotary Club received banner awards for community, international and club service, youth activities and conference attendance at the district conference on March 20-22.
The club was honored for international service for providing school equipment, including 765 desks and 36 laptop computers, to its sister club, the San Pedro/Curridabat Rotary Club in Costa Rica.
Its youth activities effort included an exchange student hosting program and a community scholarship award totaling $8,800 for two students.
The club also had more than 90 percent attendance.
The following Front Royal residents have been named to the president's list for the fall semester at Lord Fairfax Community College:
Liesle Biggs, Christopher Brookman, Wayland Bryan, Amy Cardenas, Dominique DeClue, Chelsea Flickinger, Tara Fristoe, Elias Hotek, Jesse Laycock, Megan Reedy and Joyce Seal.
The following Front Royal residents have been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Lord Fairfax Community College:
Christopher Anderson, Meredith Cockerille, Kathryn Davison, Lauren Eshelman, Francesca Gruszie, Nathan Hill, Desiree Kelly, Megan Kincer, Kimberly Liles, Victoria LoPreto, Jonathan Lucas, David Madison, Josh Makely, Cullen McCaffrey, Ashley McNelly, Lauren McWhorter, Cassandra Morgan, John Moxie, Megan Perrero, Linda Pomeroy, Michael Presley, Leala Ritchie, Arash Rohani, Heather Smith, Jennifer Strother, Ronda Tittle, Grant Willhite, Jessica Wines and Kristen Wood.
Kasey Ewing and Sarah Hudson, both of Bentonville, have been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Lord Fairfax Community College.
Jaclyn Steigerwald and Kelly Steigerwald, both of Browntown, have been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Lord Fairfax Community College.
James Barnes and Jason Brooks, both of Linden, have been named to the president's list at Lord Fairfax Community College for the fall semester.
Dean Jaques, Amir Kha and Kayla Powell, all of Linden, have been named to the dean's list at Lord Fairfax Community College for the fall semester.
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