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Hail to the holidays: Youth group returns to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. for third time

Virginia Youth Chorale For many people, singing at the White House is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Singing there for the third time, then, must mean a charmed existence for a choir of local teens. comments
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Paying it forward: Youth program teaches respect for land, helps state parks

Susanna Byrd fishes DELAPLANE -- This summer at a 3-square mile state park along Va. 17 in Fauquier County, teens and young adults from around Virginia have spent their summer vacation doing what few others can claim to have done. comments
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Fresh Outlook: Youths give time to fix up woman's home as part of weeklong program

Lauren Wilson rolls paint FRONT ROYAL - Mildred Giles says the youths who are sprucing up her home as part of the Impact the Valley program are a gift from God. comments
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You can help your college-bound kid

college1.jpg Next month, 20 million students will go to college -- more than 3 million of them for the first time. Parents can help. Lynn F. Jacobs and Jeremy S. Hyman, authors of the new book The Secrets of College Success, offer their top 10 tips for parents of college-bound students: comments
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WCHS students will travel to one of the world's art meccas this month for an up-close study of the masters

Rebecca Wheeler holds a clay penguin candle holder FRONT ROYAL -- A small group of Warren County High School students will cap their four-year artistic voyage by traveling to Italy after graduation. comments
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Camp goes high-tech

Donna Eagle holds a Lego robotic creation MIDDLETOWN -- Children and teens who wish to be more involved with the video games and movies they love will have the opportunity to get behind the scenes at the premiere Digital Arts Camp at Lord Fairfax Community College. comments
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Saturday grand opening set for new skatepark

Joe Andrews takes his skateboard up the quarter-pipe FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County officials have tightened up penalties for people who use the county's new skatepark without first putting on a helmet and placing pegs on their bikes. comments
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Eagle Scout project will honor WWII soldiers

Boy Scout Sammy Hutchins and Ed Elvira select pink and red knockout roses WINCHESTER-- Always being prepared is a quality prized by Boy Scouts around the country, but it takes something else to run with a plan when it leaves you completely unprepared for what will come next. comments
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Going to extremes

Taylor Hayek takes his BMX bike sideways Extreme sports enthusiasts enjoy the new Warren County Skatepark in Front Royal on a recent spring day. The park attracted about 170 people on its opening day, which was April 17. comments
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Store will host game tournament

FRONT ROYAL -- Play N Trade at Riverton Commons will host a local round of the international "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" video game tournament on May 8. Gamers in the area are invited to compete in the six-player, free-for-all tournament, with the winners advancing to the regional round. Regional champions will move on to the tournament finals. The grand-prize winner will receive a $500 Play N Trade store credit, an XBox 360 Elite bundle, G8 shirt, Steel Series Siberia V2 headset and a pair of Gunnar gaming glasses valued at $1,300. The tournament is sponsored locally by the National Guard, Monster, Domino's Pizza, Rock 104.9 The Bone and Activision. Because "Modern Warfare 2" is rated M for "mature," tournament participants must be 18 years of age or have a signed parental consent form. For more information, visit Play N Trade's Front Royal store or go online to www.playntrade.com/tournament. -- Daily Staff Report... comments

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