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Two speakers to join May festival


WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival office has announced the headliners of the 2012 Ladies' Horticultural Luncheon the Festival Prayer Brunch in a recent press release.

Local author and speaker, Jay W. Foreman will headline the Ladies' Horticultural Luncheon, and Fox News religion correspondent, Lauren Green will headline the Prayer Brunch, the release said.

The author of "Raccoons' Christmas" and "How Christmas Saved the World from Aliens," Foreman, of Winchester, has plans to release three more books, according to a festival press release.

Foreman has written original live productions for the Winchester area, and also has written numerous inspirational comedic skits that have been used across North America. In addition to writing, he offers creative writing workshops for schools.

Foreman is active in the community as a Big Brothers/Big Sisters board member and as a Sunday school teacher at Grace Community Church. He is a past president of the Exchange Club of Winchester.

He and his wife Angie have two children, Kayla and Tyler.

Green currently serves as a religion correspondent for FOX News Channel. She previously served as a news anchor for "FOX & Friends," where she provided daily news updates for the morning program. Before joining Fox News in 1996, Green served as a weekend news anchor and correspondent at WBBM-TV (CBS) in Chicago. Outside of her career at FNC, Green is well known as a concert pianist with a degree in piano performance from The University of Minnesota.

Her appearance is sponsored through the relationship between this Festival event and Chick-fil-A.






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