Lunch Bunch

The Lunch Bunch will meet at noon Monday at the Strasburg United Methodist Church. Reservations can be made by calling 540-465-8817.

Diabetes

The Type 1 Diabetes Support Group will meet at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday at the old hospital's Chronic Disease Resource Center, 333 W. Cork St., Suite 100, Winchester.

Museum

The following volunteers are scheduled at the Strasburg Museum:

Sunday: morning, Conly and Tina Crabill; afternoon, Doris Baker and Katie Sugary.

Monday: morning, Joan Farrell and Ginny Conrad; afternoon, Gloria Stickley and Susan Bennett.

Tuesday: morning and afternoon, Polly Wilson.

Wednesday: morning, Sally Fravel; afternoon, Sherry Anderson.

Thursday: morning, Trina Bailey; afternoon, Gloria Stickley.

Friday: morning, Howard and Mary Paige; afternoon, Jeanette Dovel.

Saturday: morning, Amanda Laws; afternoon, Tim Taylor.

Networking

Congressman Ben Cline will be a guest at the annual business networking luncheon from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday at the large shelter at W.O. Riley Park in Woodstock. Registration: www.shenandoahcountychamber.com/event-3469000.

Library

Samuels Library in Front Royal will host the following programs:

• Tuesday: 3:30 p.m., Science Scouts for ages 6 to 11. The program will be a demonstration of the scale of planets in relation to others.

• Thursday: 2 p.m., You're a Star for ages 7 and older. Crafts, snacks, music and movies.

Information: 540-635-3153 or www.samuelslibrary.net.

Quilts

The Virginia Quilt Museum will open four new exhibits beginning Tuesday at 301 S. Main St., Harrisonburg:

• Inspired by Elvis: includes 96 works from artists around the globe that celebrates Elvis Presley's life.

• From the Hills and Hollers of West Virginia: an exhibit by members of West Virginia Quilters Inc.

• Shenandoah Stars: showcases the talents and award-winning work from artists in the valley.

The museum will also be showcasing quilts from its own collection in Treasures from the Vault. The museum is open Tuesday through  Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Information: 540-433-3818, www.vaquiltmuseum.org.

College news

• Gillian Borton, of Winchester, was named to the dean's list at Loyola University Maryland for the spring semester.

• Sean Patrick Parente, of Woodstock, was named to the dean's list at Caldwell University for the spring semester.

R-MA news

Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal recognized its athletes at a spring sports awards ceremony. They are:

• Quinlin Bruhn, a sophomore, received the Coaches Award for the girls varsity track and field team. She is the daughter of Dr. Erich and Kristin Bruhn, of Winchester.

• Caroline Starling, a senior, was named Most Valuable Player for the girls varsity track and field team. She is the daughter of Mike and Jenny Starling, of Stephens City.

• Jonathan Bunker, a junior, was named Most Valuable Player for the varsity baseball team. He was also named to the Second Team, All-Conference in the Delaney Athletic Conference. He is the son of the Rev. Jonathan Bunker and Dr. Susan Gawalt, of Berryville.

• Sophia Wagner, an eighth-grade student, received the Coaches Award for the girls varsity soccer team. She was also named to the First Team, All-Conference in the Delaney Athletic Conference. She is the daughter of Eddie and Stephanie Wagner, of Front Royal.

• Abigail R. Stewart, a sophomore, was named to the First Team, All-Conference in the Delaney Athletic Conference for the girls varsity soccer team. She is the daughter of Christopher W. and L. Janelle Stewart, of Edinburg.

• Benjamin Murphy, a seventh-grade student, received the Co-Most Improved Player Award for the middle school tennis team. He is the son of Gary Murphy and Barbara Bernard, of Front Royal.

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