Community News & Events for June 3
A card shower is being planned for Leo George, who will celebrate his 85th birthday June 7. Cards can be sent to him at 22678 Senedo Road, Woodstock 22664.
Stonewall Jackson High School will hold a youth football camp from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday for ages 6 to 12.
The fee is $12, and admission includes a T-shirt. Lunch will be provided after camp. Activities include drills, exercises, team building and teaching techniques for throwing, blocking and tackling as well as offensive and defensive skills.
Information, registration: Shenandoah Parks and Recreation, 459-6777
The annual Jeep Jam will be held Saturday at the Rockingham County fairgrounds in Harrisonburg.
Featured will be a huge obstacle course for novice and intermediates, music, food and children’s activities.
The following volunteers are scheduled at the Strasburg Museum Sunday through June 11:
Sunday: morning, John Adamson; afternoon, Leon and Diane Smith.
Monday: morning, Evan Dewire and Wendy Pieper; afternoon, C.J. Borden.
Tuesday: morning and afternoon, Ibby Stratton.
Wednesday: morning, Phil Loving and Sally Fravel; afternoon, Tom Parker.
Thursday: morning, Jocelyn Vena; afternoon, Leon and Diane Smith.
Friday: morning, Trina Bailey; afternoon, Marie Spence and Suzanne Arthur.
Saturday: morning, Ginger Aliotti; afternoon, Mike Korrigan.
The Shenandoah County Library in Edinburg will hold Messy Monday from 2 to 3 p.m. for children ages 2 to 5. Children should wear play clothes.
The Cedar Creek Valley Ruritan Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Gravel Springs Lutheran Church, 870 S. Pifer Road, Star Tannery. Information: 465-4159.
Warren County Parks and Recreation will offer the following classes at the county community center:
- Mah Jongg Players Club: 10 a.m.-noon, Tuesdays through June 28. $6 per person, must bring own players card. Information: 540-252-4252.
- Take award-winning photos: 10:30 a.m.-noon, June 11 and 18. Class size limited. Cost: $35 per person. Pre-registration required.
- Firearm safety: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., June 18, for ages 10 and older. Class size limited. Cost: 75 per person. Pre-registration required. Information: Rex King at DFV357@yahoo.com.
Information: 540-635-1021 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annie Kate Walsh, a sixth-grade student at Peter Muhlenburg Middle School, was honored as one of the brightest young students in the world at an awards ceremony on May 14 sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth at the University of Richmond. She was recognized for scoring exceptionally high on a rigorous ninth-grade test, scoring in the 99th percentile in both verbal and math. More than 30,000 students from more than 60 countries participated. Only about 30 percent of the participants earned an awards ceremony invitation.
She is the daughter of Cyndy and Dan Walsh, of Edinburg.
Allison Bright, a senior interdisciplinary liberal studies student at James Madison University, has been named to the president’s list for the spring term.
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