Community News & Events: May 17
Nicole Hutzell, a 2013 graduate of Warren County High School, graduated with great honors, earning a bachelor’s degree in biology on May 6 from Concord University in Athens, West Virginia.
She will attend Marshall University in the fall to pursue a master’s degree in biomedical science. She has also been recruited as a walk-on goalkeeper for Marshall’s soccer team. While at Concord, she played Division II volleyball as a defensive specialist and was captain for two of her seasons.
The Town of Strasburg will conduct street cleaning Thursday on King, Holliday and Massanutten streets, weather permitting. Residents are asked to move their vehicles this evening from those streets.
Laurel Hill Christian Church in Strasburg will hold bingo from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday. Admission is $3. Free snacks.
The Warren Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will host The Donut Kitchen from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the hospital’s North Entrance.
Sharing the Light Women’s Ministry of Crossroads Baptist Bible Church will hold a yard sale to support community ministries from 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at 11265 Senedo Road, Mount Jackson.
The Children’s Church Ministry will also offer handmade gifts, plants, a bake sale and refreshments.
The annual Concert in the Valley to benefit Alex’s Warriors Relay for Life Team will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Bob and Flo Coverstone’s farm, 13172 Fort Valley Road, Fort Valley.
Local bands performing include Spirit Blend, Browntown Boys, Traveling Pilgrims and Judy and Becky Lee. There will also be a pie, cake and bread auction. Those attending are asked to bring chairs. Information, directions: 933-6271.
The Northern Virginia 4-H Educational and Conference Center in Front Royal will hold a Community Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Featured will be a magician, face painting, performances from local artists, making s’mores in the campfire circle, pay-to-play activities, petting zoo, bounce house, knocker ball, hay rides, pony rides, zip line, swimming and food. Information: www.nova4hcommunityday.com.
The North Mountain Lutheran Parish Relay for Life Team will hold a potpie lunch starting at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Toms Brook. A free will offering will be received to benefit Relay for Life.
Taylor E. Hockman, of Strasburg, earned a bachelor’s degree on May 6 from Shepherd University.
Lebanon Lutheran Church will hold a series of classes on the fundamentals of the Christian faith on Wednesdays. The Rev. J.D. Cutlip will begin the series at 7 p.m. today with the topic “Who is God?” Reservations/information: 540-465-5456.
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