Karen Estep will hold an open house today for her one-stop interior design shop, Shenandoah Valley Design Studio, at 5557 Main St., Mount Jackson. A ribbon cutting was held Friday with the Mount Jackson Chamber of Commerce.
Her shop features a display of kitchen cabinets, granite and quartz countertops, wallpaper and fabrics and she is able to provide computerized drawings. She also does custom stenciling and floral arrangements.
Miller, Earle & Shanks
Nathan H. Miller, J. Burns Earle III and Michael W. Helm of Miller, Earle & Shanks PLLC, have announced Stephen W. Payne has become an associate of the firm.
Payne, a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, has a concentration in domestic relations, civil litigation and insurance litigation. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar, District of Columbia Bar and United States District Court.
Sunrise Medical Lab
Sunrise Medical Laboratory has a new location at 100 Founders Way, Suite 1, Strasburg. The lab is open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Information: 540-465-1910.
The Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Luray and Page County held a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 18 to celebrate the opening of Camino Real at 1599 U.S. Highway 340 Business in Luray.
The Mexican restaurant, which features the owner’s grandmother’s recipes, will have daily lunch specials and a full bar. Information: 540-743-5300.
Fox Trail Senior Living has announced two of its Virginia communities will convert to residential care for seniors with memory needs.
Fox Trail Senior Living, now called Fox Trail Memory Care Living, will transition properties in Front Royal and Orange in May. Both communities will feature a new secure courtyard and a new signature memory care program, encouraging physical activity, socialization and memory-strengthening programming. Staff will be trained for both Department of Social Services and Alzheimer’s Association approved dementia trainings.
Information: 540-469-5130 or visit www.foxtrailseniorliving.com.