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Neighborhood notes: Front Royal
The American Municipal Power Co. of Ohio awarded its $2,000 Richard H. Gorsuch scholarship to Bernadette Sayre, a graduate of Warren County High School.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sayre of Front Royal, she plans to attend Lord Fairfax Community College.
The following third-graders at Hilda J. Barbour Elementary School have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth grading period: Daniel
Almarode, Shawnacee Barber, Jordyn Barton, Michael Carter, Austin Chilcote, Macie Clerkley, Emma Devine, Ethan Johnson, Nathan Johnson, Connor Jost, Tyler Ketron, Parker Meltvedt, Erika Mirkay, Rusha Patel, Cody Petitt, Nick Sacchetti, Carmen Smith, Cheyanne Stoki, Benjamin Vogt, Ronnie Webb, Emily Whisenant and Renee Yatsko.
The following fourth-graders at E. Wilson Morrison Elementary School have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth grading period: Asher
Ammons, Chance Coleman, Abigail Graham, Paul Jerome, Colin King, Daniel Kurzenknabe, Kyra Lane, Timothy Mendenhall, Aaron Patton, Joseph Silek and Dorie Walters.
The following fourth-graders at Hilda J. Barbour Elementary School have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth grading period:
Amalia Abrego-Hernandez, Ale Carino, John Coffron, Hannah Coons, Chase Crews, Nicolina DeAngelis, Michael Farley, Karli Hemminger, Brooke Henry, Seth Jacobs, Kaylin Ketola, Jamie Kitzmiller, Dalton Lohnes, Annalisa Meisel, Michael Moore, Pearl Moore, Olivia Ondo, Mackenzie Perry, Taryn Post, Amber Ross, Matthew Rzeszut, Madison Schuldt, Niklas Stimson, Angela Vasishta and Garrett Wagoner.
The following fifth-graders at E. Wilson Morrison Elementary School have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth grading period:
Tori Bowdey, Michael Duggan, Erin Gilliland, Tori Reinhardt, Maria Ricks, Diana Ruiz and Sarah Smith.
The following fifth-graders at Hilda J. Barbour Elementary school have been named to the all-A honor roll for the fourth grading period:
Nick Albritton, Michayla Bacon, William Barnett, Rachel Bowser, George Brennan, Lindsay Bronston, Hailey Chadwell, Morgan Evans, Josh France, Dalton Jenkins, Courtney L'Amoreaux, Jacob Knoll, Matt Moore, Nina Petitt, Peyton Poe, Nina Richards, Scarlet Riehl, Kristen Snitchler, Sofie Tamas, Johnny Wong, William Wong, Emma Wright, Kayla Yatsko and Shane Yuhasse.
Kristen Pence of Front Royal received a doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
Nicholas Bass earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics from James Madison University. He was also named to the dean's list for the spring semester.
He is the son of Steve and Annette Bass of Front Royal.
The Front Royal Salvation Army needs volunteers for its community center Mondays through Thursdays from noon to 5 p.m. Further information is available by calling 635-4020.
People are also needed to sort donations at its thrift store Mondays through Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Further information is available by calling 636-8872.
Samuels Public Library has acquired the following adult fiction:
"In the Kitchen," Ali; "The Fixer Upper," Andrews; "Below Zero," Box; "Strangers," Brookner; "The Finishing Touches," Browne; "April & Oliver," Callahan; "Naamah's Kiss," Carey; "Sworn to Silence," Castillo; "Knockout," Coulter; "Four Freedoms," Crowley; "Med USA," Cussler; "Roadside Crosses," Deaver; "The Cold Light of Mourning," Duncan; "Finger Lickiin' Fifteen," Evanovich; "Return to Sullivan Island," Frank; "The Neighbor," Gardner; "Faker," Gardner; "Father's Day," Gilman; "Omen," Golden; "Murder on a Midsummer Night," Greenwood; "Skin Trade," Hamilton; "Burn," Howard; "The Assailant," Hunt; "The Devil's Punchbowl," Iles; "Apocalypse 2012," Jennings; "Relentless," Koontz; "The Year That Follows," Lasser; "A Plague of Secrets," Lescroart; "A Rogue of My Own," Lindsey; "Black Water Rising," Locke; "The Bourne Deception," Ludlum; "The Chancellor Manuscript," Ludlum; "Fugitive," Margolin; "The Scoop," Michaels; "Come Sunday," Morley; "The Swimsuit," Patterson; "Killer Summer," Pearson; "Choker," Ramsay; "Matters of the Heart," Steel; "The Strain," Toro; and "The Wedding Girl," Wickham.
Large print: "First Family," Baldacci.
CDs: "Below Zero," Box; "The Scarecrow," Connelly; "Roadside Crosses," Deaver; "Fugitive," Margolin; "Never the Bride," McKay; "Brimstone," Parker; and "The Doomsday Key," Rollins.
DVD: "Enchanted April."
Samuels Public Library has acquired the following adult nonfiction:
"Shop Class as Soulcraft," Cannato; "Epic Journey," Ceaser; "Inside Assisted Living," Eckert; "Resilience," Edwards; "War of Necessity, War of Choice," Haass; "In the Footsteps of Robert E. Lee," Johnson; "The End of Empire," Kelly; "In Search of Zarathustra," Kriwaczek; "The Third Chapter," Lawrence-Lightfoot; "Solve Your Money Troubles," Leonard; "Newton and the Counterfeiter," Levenson; "How to Make Money in Stocks," O'Neil; "Attack Proof," Perkins; "The Whole Death Catalog," Schechter; "Estate Planning for People With a Chronic Condition or Disability," Shenkman; "Wicked Plants," Stewart; "Eco Craft," Wasinger; and "Why Socrates Died," Waterfield.
DVDs: "The Truth About Flu Vaccines," "Depression," "Obesity & Health" and "Teen Anger."
More information about the library's holdings is available at www.samuelslibrary.net.
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