PET WEEK LIBERTY

Liberty

Animal shelter

Liberty will be available soon to adopt at the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter. She is 4 weeks old, has learned to use the litter box and loves to play. The shelter is located at 268 Landfill Road, Edinburg. Information: email animalshelter@shenandoahcountyva.us or call 540-984-8955.

Shower

A card shower is planned for Donna Rhodes, who will celebrate her 50th birthday June 5. Cards may be sent to 1175 Zion Church Road, Maurertown, Virginia 22644.

Bible study

Love and Faithfullness Church is hosting Bible study at 7 p.m. each Thursday at 111 Water St., Front Royal. Information: Pastor David Clanagan at 540-247-1739.

Rubbermaid sale

The United Way Rubbermaid sale will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at Belk at the Apple Blossom Mall in Winchester. This month’s sale benefits United Way Northern Shenandoah Valley. Face masks are required. For those who do not have a mask, one will be provided.

Aileen reunion

The Aileen reunion planned for June 6 at W.O. Riley Park in Woodstock has been cancelled.

Annual shred

The Shenandoah County annual shredding event has been postponed from May 30 to 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 20 at the county Government Center, 600 N. Main St., Woodstock. The shred is free for county residents and businesses.

Materials that cannot be shredded include newspapers, phone books, magazines, books, trash and any other public documents. Metal clips, binders and notebooks or other metal should be removed. Information: 540-984-8573.

College news

Rhodes Charles Smith, of Winchester, and Melissa Roi Carter, of Berryville, were named to the spring honor roll at the University of Mississippi.

Climate change

A Winchester area chapter of a bipartisan national climate change group, Citizens Climate Lobby, held an organizing meeting May 23. Members are from the northern Shenandoah Valley region, including Front Royal, Winchester and surrounding counties.

Citizens Climate Lobby has over 600 chapters nationally. The group supports legislation that uses a market-based approach to the climate crisis. The measure, called the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, puts an increasing fee on the carbon content of fossil fuels, at the source, with the money collected going to residential utility ratepayers in the form of monthly dividend checks. The measure, called the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, has 80 bipartisan cosponsors in the U.S. House of Representatives.

For more information about the chapter, contact Bruce White at 540-635-0415.

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