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Church makes donation to CLEAN

2014-10-08-church.jpg Joan Jason, right, a trustee of Our Savior Lutheran Church, 2800 Millwood Pike, Winchester, recently presented a donation from the church to Leslie Steward, at left, executive director of Community and Law Enforcement against Narcotic, in recognition for the nonprofit group's contributions to the region. The group, also known as CLEAN and located at 129 Youth Development Court in Winchester, focuses on creating a drug-free community. Courtesy photo comments
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Empty Stocking campaign now taking donations

Shenandoah County Ruritan clubs are now collecting donations for the 2014 Ruritan Empty Stocking Campaign. comments
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Foundation receives donation

2014-10-08wmc.jpg Virginia Blood Foundation recently donated $105,000 to the Winchester Medical Center Foundation. The funds will be used to purchase laboratory equipment needed to improve patient care. Shown here, from left, are Kathy Nerangis, secretary/treasurer of the Winchester Medical Center Foundation Board; Connie Briggs, Virginia Blood Foundation program adminstrator; Robert E. Carden, Virginia Blood Foundation president and CEO; Tammy Courtney, Laboratory & Respiratory Services corporate director; and Laboratory & Respiratory Services Medical Director Dr. Robert Dillingham. Courtesy photo comments
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A donation to CCAP

2014-10-01ccap.jpg Members of the Front Royal Independent Business Alliance and Taste of the Town 2014 event sponsors recently presented a check for $2,000 to the Front Royal/Warren County CCAP to George Rutter, President and Larry Elliott of Front Royal/Warren County Congregational-Community Action Project. Shown here are, from left, George McIntyre, of the Apple House and Apple House Deli; George Rutter, CCAP president; Larry Elliott; Mike McCool, of National Media Services; Craig Laird, of Royal Oak Computers; Mike Gochenour of the Northern Virginia Daily; Katrina Mead, of City National Bank. Courtesy photo comments
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Club donates funds to Phoenix

2014-10-01lindenrotary.jpg Rotary Club of Linden President George Karnes presents a check for $500 to Phoenix Project Director Tammy Sharpe. The Phoenix Project is a United Way effort to reestablish services to victims of sexual assault or domestic violence. The club, which has 38 active members, meets at 7 a.m. each Wednesday at Mom's Country Kitchen in Front Royal. Courtesy photo comments
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Students make sandwiches, collect funds for CCAP

2014-09-30sandwiches1.jpg Students at Sacred Heart Academy in Winchester worked on an assembly line recently, making bologna and cheese sandwiches for the Congregational Community Action Project. comments

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