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Neighborhood notes: Shenandoah


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Strasburg
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  • Laurel Hill Christian Church (Disciples of Christ): 465-3202 days, 465-3628 evenings.

  • St. Paul Lutheran Church: Anna Belle Winkfield, 465-5619.

  • Strasburg Presbyterian Church: 465-3920 or Amos Orndorff, 465-8154.

  • Strasburg United Methodist Church: Bob Rippey, 465-3718 .

Museum schedule
Sunday: morning, Margo Hammock; afternoon, Ellsworth and Rubye Stickley. Monday: morning, Judy Troxell and Mariane Fowler; afternoon, Jocelyn Vena. Tuesday: morning, Bill and Arna Zulauf; afternoon, Margaret Ireson. Wednesday: morning, Bobbie Hatcher; afternoon, Martha Brill and Judy Grubb. Thursday: morning, Bob Callihan and Wayne Ireson; afternoon, June Hockman. Friday: morning, Hope Brim; afternoon, Tina Crabill. Saturday: morning, Pat Miller and Liz Miller; afternoon, Ginger Aliotti.

School news
The following 11th-graders at Strasburg High School have been named to the A honor roll for the sixth grading period:

Jarod Coffman, Curtis Falkenstein, Gabrielle Giersch, Derek Grandstaff, Kaleb McKelvey, Whitney Michael, Allegra Moreno, Tanner Orndorff, Luis Parada, Mollie Polhemus, Paige Shaw, Katie Sparacio, Valerie Sunder-Rao and Alexandrea Swanger.

The following 11th-graders at Strasburg High School have been named to the A-B honor roll for the sixth grading period:

Nasir Abbas, Richard Aton, Jaclyn Ayers, Brittany Bowers, Derek Buckley, Elizabeth Cagle, Morgan Capone, Matthew Clem, Emily Cook, Elizabeth Corman, Aaron Dadisman, Bethany Fauber, Christopher Frye, Brittany Howard, Heather Hund, Brian Huttner, Katie Jenkins, Allyson Kauffman, Ethan Kibler, Hailey King, Patrick Kohlhaas, Abigail Leathers, Larry Martin, James Montgomery, Michael Morikawa, Megan Pearson, Kayla Racey, Brandon Rudolph, Rachel Sager, Larry Shuck, Sarah Smallwood, Jenna Smoot, Kristina Spencer, Taylor Stickles, Ashley Umstead, Aaron Way and Tricia Wolfe.

College news
Courtney Brewer of Strasburg received a bachelor's degree from the College of William and Mary.

Toms Brook
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  • St. Peter Lutheran Church: Andrew Orndorff, 436-9221, 436-3767.

  • Round Hill Church of the Brethren: Robert Orndorff, 436-3376 or 465-3890.

Woodstock
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  • Antioch Church of the Brethren: Carolyn Sherman, 459-3452.

  • Emanuel Lutheran Church: 459-3837.

  • Mt. Calvary United Church of Christ: Bill Ryman, 436-9247 or 459-3643.

  • St. Luke Lutheran Church: 459-5459.

  • St. Paul's United Church of Christ: 459-3643.

  • Woodstock United Methodist Church: 11 a.m., Bill Decker, 459-1928.

College news
Rebecca French of Woodstock received a bachelor's degree from the College of William and Mary.

Red Cross news
The Shenandoah County chapter of the American Red Cross is seeking volunteer instructors and disaster response volunteers.

Further information is available by calling 459-2913.

Extension news
The Shenandoah County Extension Office is accepting applications for its Edinburg 4-H day camp for ages 9-12 on July 13-17.

Registration may be made by calling 459-6140.

Edinburg
Brian and Dana Shank of Edinburg have announced the birth of a daughter, Kathryn Elizabeth, on May 28 at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital.

Grandparents are Greg and Linda Owens and Debbie and Dennis Shank, all of Edinburg, and Sally and Bob Carter of Lakeview.

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  • St. John's United Methodist Church: 984-4464.

  • Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church: Brian Gesford, 459-9608.

  • Union Forge United Methodist Church: 459-4442 or 459-3021.

College news
The following Edinburg residents graduated from James Madison University:
Cassondra Beahm, Catherine Bloomfield, Heather Dellinger, Samuel Funkhouser, Aimee George, Jonathan Harrold and Joelle Teasley.

Catherine Bloomfield of Edinburg has been named to the president's list at James Madison University for the spring semester.

The following Edinburg residents have been named to the dean's list at James Madison University for the spring semester:

Cassondra Beahm, Brittany Davis, Ashley McConkey, Emmett Randel and Jessie Shipe.

Mt. Jackson
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  • Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church: 984-9776.

College news
Jennifer Goldman of Mt. Jackson graduated from James Madison University.

Emily Combs and David Comer, both of Mt. Jackson, have been named to the dean's list at James Madison University for the spring semester.

New Market
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Rebecca Borne and Stephen Genus, fifth-graders at Shenandoah Valley Adventist Elementary School, have been named to the A-B honor roll for the fourth quarter grading period.

Fort Valley
College news

Lindsey Adams of Fort Valley graduated from James Madison University.

Quicksburg
College news

Paul Loman of Quicksburg has been named to the president's list at James Madison University for the spring semester.

Timothy Loman of Quicksburg has been named to the dean's list at James Madison University for the spring semester.

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