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Spice it up: Winchester's first Salsafest to benefit area nonprofits

Stacey Iden dances with her instructor, Jorge Figueroa WINCHESTER -- The parking garage will get a lot more personality this weekend. The normally dull rooftop of Court Square Autopark in Winchester will be transformed Saturday night for Salsafest, a celebration of food, music and dance to benefit local nonprofits. comments
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Cave Ridge Vineyard to host Barrels, Barbecue & Bands

cave1.jpg MT. JACKSON -- Four bands will battle it out Saturday for a chance to open for bluegrass band Cherryholmes at the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival this summer. Barrels, Barbecue & Bands will be held from noon to 5 p.m. at Cave Ridge Vineyard in Mt. Jackson, and will feature an afternoon of food, wine and music. comments
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A fair to remember: Apple Blossom is a family tradition for local volunteers

Jack and Brookie Phillips WINCHESTER -- For Jack and Brookie Phillips, every Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival brings back memories. comments
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Rockin on the river: Festival to raise money for cleanup of Shenandoah

Music promoter Joe Herbert strums his guitar STRASBURG -- Like many big ideas, the concept for the Shenandoah Riverside Festival came about fairly easily. comments
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Green festival raises awareness about Earth, community

BERRYVILLE -- For a couple of "recycled hippies," it seemed only natural to start a festival that would reflect that mind-set and help spread the green word. So, three years ago, Valley Earthfest was born. comments
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Princesses named to queen's court

Winchester Festival princesses Five students have been named princesses in the court of the queen of the 83rd Apple Blossom Festival April 23-May 1. Representing Lord Fairfax Community College is Brittany N. Green, daughter of Sheila and Rickey Green of Mt. Jackson and granddaughter of Bonnie Proctor of Mt. Jackson, Betty and Bill Green of Quicksburg and Janet Lonas of Woodstock. A sophomore science major, she is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, vice president of fundraising and was homecoming queen. Representing Shenandoah University is Alexis M. Hargbol, daughter of Michele and Dana Hargbol of Manassas and granddaughter of Constance and Thomas Mitro of Richmond. A senior majoring in pharmacy, she is the 2009 homecoming queen and a member of the basketball team. Representing Massanutten Military Academy is Jonnie L. Herndon, daughter of Billie and Tom Herndon of Jacksonville, Fla., and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Herndon of Live Oak, Fla., and Emma Womack of Ohio. Representing Shepherd University is Monet N. Johnson, daughter of Sheronda Gordon-Jackson and Edward Jackson of Catonsville, Md., and Dominic Johnson of Atlanta and granddaughter of Sherlene and Washington Frazier of Baltimore. A senior majoring in political science and women's studies, she is the... comments
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Neighborhood notes: Winchester

Winchester Festival princesses Three students have been named princesses in the court of the queen of the 83rd Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, April 23 through May 1. Representing the West Virginia Horticultural Society is Rachel K. Burkhart, daughter of Karen and Mark Burkhart of Martinsburg, W.Va., and granddaughter of Marcella Dodd of Amherst, Ohio, and Geneva Burkhart of Martinsburg. A freshman at West Virginia University, majoring in speech pathology, she is a graduate of Martinsburg High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club. She played varsity basketball and volleyball and was captain of both teams her senior year. Representing the Virginia Horticultural Society is Whitney P. Drumheller, daughter of Michelle Leyva of Richmond and Joanne and Kevin Drumheller of Lovingston and granddaughter of Diane Dilley, Larry Weesner and Doris Drumheller, all of Lovingston. She is a senior at Nelson County High School where she is in the FBLA and on the Relay for Life Team. Representing Randolph-Macon Academy is Mary K. Sadler, daughter of Maureen and Gary Sadler of Front Royal and granddaughter of Maureen and Donald Callaghan of Whiting, N.J. A senior, she is a member of the National... comments
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Neighborhood notes: Winchester

Winchester Festival princesses Five women have been named princesses in the court of the queen of the 83rd Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, April 23-May 1. Kayla J. Hylton, daughter of Robin and Paul Hylton of Leesburg and granddaughter of W. Eugene Larrick and Hamp and Judy Hylton, all of Winchester, is a junior at Bridgewater College. A biology major, she is a member of the Beta Beta Beta biological society and the Chemistry Club. She is a graduate of Loudoun County High School and a Red Cross volunteer. Anna L. Kuykendall, daughter of Denise and J. Sloan Kuykendall III of Winchester and granddaughter of Anna and Wilfred Trenary of Stephens City, is a freshman at Lord Fairfax Community College. She is a graduate of Handley High School where she was a member of the tennis team. Sydney W. Mitchell, daughter of Carroll and Robert Mitchell of Richmond and granddaughter of Ursula and Bruce Behrman of Richmond and Nancy and Bob Mitchell of Winchester, is a sophomore civil engineering major at Virginia Tech. She is a graduate of St. Gertrude High School where she was a member of the varsity volleyball and swim teams and the Pro Nino Club and received... comments
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Neighborhood notes: Winchester

Winchester Festival princesses Five women have been named princesses in the court of the queen of the 83rd Shenandoah Apple Blossom April 23 through May 1. Caitlyn E. Denham, daughter of Alice and Doug Denham of San Antonio, and granddaughter of William C. Trenary III of Front Royal and David Denham of Winchester, is a junior at Texas State University-San Marcos. A public relations major, she is an honor student and is on the dean's list. She is a graduate of Winston Churchill High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society and the dance team. Lynn E. Evans, daughter of Patsy and Michael Evans of Timberville and granddaughter of Thelma Mathias of Woodstock and Nancy and Bob Evans of Timberville, is a sophomore at Delaware Valley College. A conservation and wildlife management major, she is a member of Delta Epsilon Beta, the student activities council and A-Day, a college festival/fair. She is a graduate of Broadway High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, National Society for High School Scholars and Future Business Leaders of America. She earned a yellow candidate belt in Shotokan karate. Molly C. Hopkins, daughter of Donna and... comments
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Fall festival set at Winchester airport

WINCHESTER -- Winchester Regional Airport is gearing up for the annual Experimental Aircraft Association Fall Flyin' & Cruisin' Festival scheduled for this weekend. comments

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