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Posted August 21, 2013 | comments Leave a comment

Mt. Jackson-Edinburg Rotary Club to sell throws as fundraiser

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The Mt. Jackson-Edinburg Rotary Club will sell Made in America -- Explore Shenandoah County throws, pictured above. Courtesy photo

The Mt. Jackson-Edinburg Rotary Club has announced it will sell Made in America -- Explore Shenandoah County Throws. The throw blankets feature graphics of the Historic Edinburg Mill, Meems Bottom Covered Bridge, The Orkney Springs Hotel, The Strasburg Museum -- Old Train Depot and Old Shenandoah County Court House, and they include the famous Seven Bends. The scenes are surrounded by grapevines and include graphics of the Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail, the Trotters of the Shenandoah County Fair and the Civil War Battlefields.

The 50-inch-by-60-inch throws are navy and cream and are being sold as $40 for one and $35 for each additional blanket purchased at the same time. They can be purchased from any Mt. Jackson-Edinburg Rotarian or by calling Bonnie at 703-220-9256 or Tracy at 540-335-6262.

The Mt. Jackson-Edinburg Rotary Club is a breakfast club and meets on Tuesdays at 8 a.m. at Denny's in Mt Jackson. Those interested in becoming a Rotarian should attend.


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