The Narrow Passage chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 122 E. Court St., Woodstock. Kelly Murphy will present a program on Angel Flights and women in Aviation International. Information: 352-317-7516.
The Harlem Globetrotters will return to Shenandoah University at 7 p.m. March 19 at the James R. Wilkins Jr. Athletics & Events Center in Winchester.
Canned and boxed food will be collected at the door to benefit the nonprofit organization Bright Futures-Frederick/Winchester, which helps provide weekend food packs to over 900 kids every week who attend Winchester City and Frederick County Public Schools.
Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased at www.eventbrite.com.
Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation has scheduled the following trips for this year:
Graceland: April 26-May 1.
Pacific Northwestern National Park: Aug. 12-17.
Vermont: Oct. 18-22.
Christmas in Historic Winston Salem, North Carolina: Dec. 9-11.
Information: 540-459-6777 or visit www.shenandoahcountyva.us/parks.
The Virginia Cooperative Extension office is partnering with libraries in Shenandoah County to make soil fertility analysis better and more accessible to farmers and homeowners.
Each library will have a soil probe for collecting soil samples and soil boxes and forms for submitting samples. The soil probe can be checked out just like a book or video. Extra boxes for farm soil samples will be available. Testing will be done by the Virginia Tech Soil Testing Laboratory. Homeowner samples cost $10 per sample.
Libraries having soil probes/boxes include Fort Valley, Strasburg, Woodstock, Edinburg, Mount Jackson, New Market and Basye/Orkney Springs.
Information on how to collect a soil sample can be found at www.soiltest.vt.edu. Additionally, Extension Master Gardener volunteers can help answer questions by calling 540-459-6140 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Farmers can reach Extension Agents by calling the Extension office or by e-mailing Bobby Clark at email@example.com.
Peyton Elaine Binebrink earned a bachelor's degree in biology on Dec. 14 from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She plans to continue studies for a physicians assistant degree. She is the daughter of Mark and Michelle Binebrink, of Strasburg, and the granddaughter of Bill and Lisa Asher and Wayne Broy, of Strasburg, and Eddie Binebrink, of Star Tannery.
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