News Maker Coleman Bradfield on a toy show for charity

Masonic Hunter Lodge 135 of Edinburg will present a toy show tomorrow Oct. 9 at Shenandoah County Fairgrounds.

The show and sale will benefit several charities of Shenandoah County.

We spoke to coordinator Coleman Bradfield about the vintage toy show in our latest News Maker Segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Coleman told us when and where the event will be held rain or shine as it will be inside at the fairgrounds.

Coleman also talked about the origin of the show and the classic toys that will be on hand.

Click here for Coleman’s interview.

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Musical event benefits Winchester SPCA

A major musical event will benefit the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Winchester, Frederick and Clarke Counties tomorrow night Jul. 31.

The event begins at 7 p.m. at Backseat Bar and Grill 104 Full House Drive Winchester.

Musical entertainers include Anthony Rosano and the Conqueroos of VA. Beach.

Saxophonist Ron Holloway and keyboardist Donnie Walton will perform.

With local artist Mojo Mothership opening the event at 7 p.m..

Tickets are are $10 and all proceeds will benefit the SPCA.

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News Maker Pam Coyle for the Mason Ryder benefit

8 year old Mason Ryder and his family are facing tremendous health bills as Mason faces a liver transplant.

Mason has a one in a million disease that has kept him in the hospital most of his life.

Pam Coyle is inviting you to help the family this Sat. Jun. 19.

The event at 1481 Hazard Mill Road in Bentonville starts at 3 p.m..

Here is a link to the Benefit for Mason Facebook page.

Follow the signs for live music, good food, corn hole tournament and more.

Pam tells us what Mason is going through and how much the family could use our support.

Here is Pam’s interview.

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Benefit for young man hurt in accident May 8

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A spaghetti dinner will be held tomorrow May 22 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Market Street United Methodist Church Winchester.

The dinner is hosted by Boy Scout Troop 9 with proceeds benefiting 19 year old Zachary Harner who was injured in a May 8 accident.

Harner is in rehabilitation after several operations following a head on collision with a Cadillac.

The driver of the Cadillac who was fleeing police was killed in the accident.

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