Front Royal dentist Craig Zunka has returned from attending the American Society for Dental Aesthetics 41st annual international conference on Oct. 25-28 in Austin, Texas.
Katherine Morrison has been appointed to the board of directors of the Shenandoah Community Foundation in Woodstock.
Morrison, a resident of Woodstock, has worked for almost four decades in the public and nonprofit sectors. For 15 years she was president and chief executive officer of The Campagna Center in Alexandria, a nonprofit with programs for vulnerable youth and families, where she managed more than 240 employees and an annual budget over $8.5 million.
In 2006, she founded a consulting firm, Morrison Nonprofit Transitions, to provide expert support to nonprofits in the areas of executive transition, resource development, strategic planning, program implementation and evaluation, board development and interim executive leadership.
She has served as interim executive director at 13 nonprofits with missions in legal services, homelessness and primary health.
Morrison has served in a volunteer capacity with numerous organizations including Leadership Greater Washington, WETA Community Advisory Council, Virginia Prevention and Promotion Advisory Council, Rotary Club of Alexandria and the Northern Virginia Coalition of Nonprofit Human Services Agencies.
Since moving to Shenandoah County in 2012, she has been involved with Family Promise, Emmanuel Episcopal Church and the Shenandoah Community Foundation.
Shenandoah Community Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps connect people who care with causes that matter in Shenandoah County. Information: 459-7737 or visit www.shenandoahCF.org.
Winchester ReStore, which supports Habitat for Humanity of Winchester, Frederick and Clarke counties, has pledged $25,000 for the construction of Habitat’s latest home in Winchester’s North End. Winchester ReStore joins the Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission as Legacy Sponsors of the build.
The home at 507 Highland Ave. is scheduled to be completed in March. Beulah Gayle will purchase the home from Habitat with a no-interest mortgage. She has completed most of her sweat equity by volunteering at the ReStore. With the community’s help, the remaining funds needed to cover the cost of construction will be raised by those shopping at the ReStore.
Habitat for Humanity ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores that sell building materials, furniture, appliances and much more at discounted prices.
Along with shopping at the ReStore, which is located at 400 Battaile Drive, Winchester, the community can also donate by mailing checks to P.O. Box 1653, Winchester 22604. Information: 540-662-7066 or visit www.habitatwfc.org or www.winchesterrestore.com.
Donations of gently-used items are accepted from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Bargains at ReStore can also be found on Facebook and Instagram.