Community News & Events for June 15
• A card shower is planned for Arleene Grubbs, who will celebrate her 92nd birthday June 20. Cards can be sent to her c/o Greenfield Senior Living, 935 Ox Road, Woodstock 22664.
• A card shower is being planned for Bill Stover, who will celebrate his 90th birthday June 20. Cards can be sent to 2543 Middle Road, Winchester 22601.
The Brain Injury Recovery Group will meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Winchester Medical Center at Shenandoah University Health Professions building, 1775 N. Sector Court, 1840 Amherst St., Winchester.
Information: Kathleen Mancini at TBI@mindspring.com or Betty Friant at 540-550-1784.
The Shenandoah County Library in Edinburg will begin its summer reading program to win prizes on Monday for ages birth through the fifth grade.
• Brooke M. Adams has graduated with great honors from Berklee College of Music in Boston with a bachelor’s degree in music, and music business and management.
She is the daughter of Mark and Terry Adams, of Front Royal.
• Andrew Rhodes, an agriculture technology student at Virginia Tech, has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester.
He is the son of Jimmy and Donna Rhodes, of Maurertown.
• The following students have been named to the dean’s list at Anderson (South Carolina) University for the spring semester:
Front Royal: Rebekah Grace Lawson
Winchester: Amanda Joan Tetreault
Woodstock: Emma Kate Culler
• Katelyn E. Foltz, a sociology and global securities and justice major at the University of Virginia, has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester.
She is the daughter of Melissa Copp-Foltz, of Woodstock.
Gracie Bailey, a senior at Central High School, has been awarded the first Ethel L. Wisman Memorial Scholarship by the Shenandoah Community Foundation.
The $1,100 scholarship was established by Maxine Pence in honor of her sister, who taught at Central High School for over 30 years.
Information: 459-7737, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.ShenandoahCF.org
Linda Clark has been named Woman of the Year by Xi Epsilon Beta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
Under Clark’s leadership as president, the sorority made monetary donations to the Empty Stocking Fund, Response, the Tree of Love, the VECCA scholarship, Central High School after prom party, ALS Foundation and Heifer International Project and volunteered time to Luke’s Backpack and to the Empty Bowl Project.
At the annual Valentine’s dinner in February, Debbie Froemel was crowned Valentine Sweetheart. Other socials are a beginning day tea, Christmas party and Founder’s Day dinner.
Officers for 2016-17 are: Mary Pence, president; Laurel Vaughan, vice president; JoAnn Racey, recording secretary; Debbie Froemel, treasurer; Nancy Carey, corresponding secretary; and Fay Wymer-Hollar, extension officer.
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