A card shower is being planned for Joanne and Beverly Rosenberger, who will celebrate their 50th anniversary.
Send cards to 1292 Ox Road, Unit F8, Woodstock, VA 22664.
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 459-3999.
St. Luke Lutheran Church: 459-5459.
St. Paul's United Church of Christ: 459-3643.
Valley Pike Church of the Brethren: Bill Shrum, 459-4973.
Woodstock Presbyterian Church: Bill Coffman, 459-2260.
Woodstock United Methodist Church: 11 a.m., 459-4144.
Jessica Goad, daughter of Steve and Susie Goad of Tucson, Ariz., and granddaughter of Janet Mowery and Lonnie Goad of Strasburg, graduated from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Tex., receiving a masters of divinity degree. She will begin her position as associate minister of Trinity Heights United Methodist Church in Flagstaff, Ariz. on July 1.
Seventeen FFA members from the Strasburg FFA chapter traveled to Virginia Tech in Blacksburg to participate in the 86th State FFA Convention from June 18 to 21. Members attended business sessions and competed in six career development events.
Strasburg FFA competed in five state contests.
Agricultural mechanics team members were Tyler Keller, Thayer Norris, Wyatt Peterson, and Tyler Wakeman. Keller was the eighth high individual, and the team placed fifth.
Junior Crops team members were Holly Funkhouser, Bethany Gochenour, Gina Lucas, Kyla Mason. Funkhouser placed 10th and Mason placed ninth individually. The team placed third in the junior contest, and fifth overall.
The Junior Prepared Public Speaking participant was Austin Weaver. He placed third in the state.
Senior Crops team members were Addie Guthrie, Josh Stickles, Chevy Swartz and Trae Walker. The team placed fourth in the state.
Veterinary Science team members were Hallie Harriman, Brittney Middleton, Sydney Neal and Ashleigh Smith. The team received a bronze rating
Senior Addie Guthrie was selected as a Virginia FFA State Officer, and will serve as state secretary for the 2012-2013 school year. She also received the Environmental and Natural Resources Proficiency Award, which is awarded to students with outstanding SAEs.
Sunday: all day, LaVern Pitman. Monday: morning, Polly Wilson; afternoon, Rebecca Craun and Annetta Spengler. Tuesday: all day, Ibby Stratton. Wednesday: morning, Barbara and Stewart Smith; afternoon, Sue Foster. Thursday: morning, Dave and Ruth Waugh; afternoon, Richard Moot and Jack Grubb. Friday: morning, Paul Dixon; afternoon Polly Benson. Saturday: morning, Pat Miller and Gladys Ritenour; afternoon, Bill and Pat McClanahan.
At the New Market Rotary Club meeting on June 6, rotarian Charles Day presented a check for $1,000 to Dr. Cheryl Thompson-Stacy, president of Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown.
The funds will be directed to the scholarship fund for Shenandoah County students. The support of the scholarship fund is an annual goal of the New Market Rotary Club and was made possible by the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater fundraiser held at Shenandoah Caverns on April 28. Proceeds from the fund raiser were also shared with The Schultz Theater Group of New Market.
Laurel Hill Christian Church (Disciples of Christ): 465-3628 evenings.
Lebanon Lutheran Church: Missy Hockman, 465-2585.
St. Paul Lutheran Church: Howard Paige, 465-5682.
Strasburg Presbyterian Church: 465-3920.
Strasburg United Methodist Church: 465-9172.
Round Hill Church of the Brethren: Robert Orndorff, 436-3376 or 465-3890.
St. Peter Lutheran Church: Andrew Orndorff, 436-9221, 436-3767.
Edinburg Christian Church: Bill Wetzel, 325-2961 before 8:30 a.m.
Union Forge United Methodist Church: 459-4442 or 459-3021.
Wakeman's Grove Church of the Brethren: 984-8383 before 8:30 a.m.
Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church: 984-9776.