SNP looks to lease locally for seasonal workers

photo credit Scott Bradley Hesson with permission

The Shenandoah National Park announced that they are looking for help in housing their seasonal employees this year.

The SNP is seeking to lease a mix of studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and/or three-or-more bedroom units with full kitchens, bathrooms, and a living/dining space to house between 1 to 50 employees.

Fully or partially furnished residences are preferred.

SNP must be able to lease the property from mid-April to mid-November.

They are specifically looking for properties in the area of Front Royal, Luray, Stanley, Elkton, and Harrisonburg.

Offered spaces must meet government requirements and be registered through

To learn more about the NPS Leasing Program, click here.

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SCSB appoints three administrators

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The Shenandoah County Public School Board announced the appointment of two principals and an assistant principal during a recent meeting.

Jennifer Burner was named the principal of Honey Run Elementary School and Scott Schlentner as principal of Signal Knob Middle School.

Christine Simmons was also approved as the new assistant principal of Peter Muhlenberg Middle School.

The group combines for 61 years of experience working in education in a variety of teaching and administrative roles.

All three appointments will begin on July 1st.

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News Maker Tony Carter on Warren Heritage Activities

The Warren Heritage Society has a number of activities planned for spring and Summer.

They also have one last winter event on Mar. 15 with a celebration for their volunteers.

We spoke to archivist Tony Carter about it in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Tony tells us about the Mar. 15 event and that you can get in on it if you volunteer by Mon. Mar. 13.

He also tells us that you can do several different things as a volunteer.

Tony also tells us of the upcoming summer History Camp that you should start thinking about now as it fills up fast.

Click here for Tony’s news maker.

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