FRWC accepts applications to support local women’s endeavors

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The Front Royal Women’s Resource Center is now accepting applications for the 2024 Dare to Dream grants.

Each year, FRWRC awards grants to Warren County women to help make their dreams a reality.

Recipients can use the funds to start or build their small business, purchase equipment for their business, support a certification or continue their educational efforts.

Applicants can request up to $1,000 in their grant which would be paid directly to the school or vendor by the Resource Center.

This flagship program has expanded over the years and provided nearly 200 grants totaling $150,000 to empower women of Warren County.

The Dare to Dream grants are available to any woman 18 and up in Front Royal or Warren County.

Applications will be reviewed and then finalists will be contacted for an interview.

Applications are considered based on merit of the project, research and efforts made toward the dream, and financial need.

The application deadline is January 12, 2024 and recipients will be announced the following March.

Applications are available now by clicking here.

They are also available at Samuels Public Library, or by calling or emailing the FRWRC office at 540-636-7007 and

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FRWC Humane Society benefit happening today 5/22

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Today May 22 the Rough, tough and Scruffy River weekend is going on at 1481 Hazard Mill Rd. Bentonville kicking off the canoe season.

Activities include a canoe and Kayak race and an anything goes race.

Live Music, beer sales, ax throwing and silent auctions all benefit the Front Royal Warren County Humane Society.

Tickets are $5 and still available at Rough, Tough and Scruffy Weekend Facebook page.

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FRWC EDA hold a closed door meeting tomorrow 5/11

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The next Front Royal Warren County Economic Development Authority (EDA) meeting will include a closed door session.

The closed door session will be with EDA’s Board of Directors and Warren County Board of Supervisors for consultation with legal counsel.

The topic will pertain to actual or probable litigation and the provision of legal advice regarding the EDA vs. Jennifer McDonald.

Along with other potential claims and litigation relating to other possible liabilities of the EDA and the recovery of funds and assets.

The regular meeting of the EDA begins tomorrow Tue. May 11 at 6 p.m. at the Warren County Government Center.

The closed door session begins at 7 p.m..

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