News Maker Reese and Dubrueler on an Evans Home fundraiser

The Henry and William Evans Home for Children in Winchester will benefit from a fundraiser being held at Winchester Mitsubishi.

We spoke with Henry and William Evans Home for Children representative James Dubrueler and Heather Reese of Mitsubishi in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

James gives us a lot of information about the Henry and William Evans Home for Children.

Heather tells us about the August 20 fundraiser.

Both explain the need for the fundraiser and how it helps children in the area.

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FRLL fundraising for All Star tournament

Front Royal Little League’s Senior All Stars are having fundraisers around town today to raise money for their All Star tournament in Castlewood, Virginia on July 8th.

Starting at 8 am, they will have a bake sale set up at the Front Royal Flea Market.

Then at 10 am, they will have a car wash at Advanced Auto Parts and begin collecting donations at Wal-Mart.

All proceeds go towards the team’s expenses so any bit helps to keep these boys playing.

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News Maker Meghan Bowers on a HSWC Fundraiser

Saturday May 14 the Humane Society of Warren County (HSWC) will host the Rough, Tough and Scruffy fundraiser.

We spoke with HSWC Executive Director Meghan Bowers about the event in our latest news maker.

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

Meghan tells us about the variety of fun activities scheduled at Hazard Mill Farms.

She tells us it is a full day of boating, animal demonstrations, tubing and live music between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m..

Meghan also tells us how you can help by fostering an animal to make room at the shelter.

Click here for Meghan’s interview.

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News Maker Meghan Bowers on Humane Soc. fundraisers

The Humane Society of Warren County’s Barks and Bags fundraiser has sold out.

Many thanks to everyone for participating and the Executive Director of the Humane Society of Warren County Meghan Bowers is looking forward to seeing you at the event.

We spoke to Meghan about another fundraiser that everyone is welcome to attend May 14 in our latest news maker.

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

Meghan tells us of the Rough, Tough and Scruffy Event at Hazard Mill Farm in Bentonville.

Meghan tells us it is a day of Bluegrass Music and water activity for you and your pet all benefiting the Humane Society.

No tickets required for this one just $10 at the gate to have a good time at the river.

Click here for Meghan’s interview.

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SU hosts Out of the Darkness Walk

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Shenandoah University is partnering with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to host the Out of the Darkness Walk.

The Walks take place at schools around the country and are designed to engage students in the fight to prevent suicide and raise money for the cause.

Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for people ages 15-24.

SU has risen to the occasion so far by nearly doubling their original goal.

Help them keep the momentum by donating or joining a team before the start of the opening ceremonies at 10 am.

For more information, head to afsp.org/su.

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News Makers Linda Tyler and Shelly Lee from 2 For 2 Foundation

The 2 for 2 Foundation is attempting to build an indoor ice skating rink and pool facility in the region.

We spoke with 2 For 2 Foundation board member Linda Tyler and fundraising chairperson Shelly Lee in our latest news maker.

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

Linda tells us that the ice skating rink will have it’s own Zamboni and is of regulation size.

The pool will be of Olympic size.

Both will be available for all to use if it can become a reality.

Shelly tells about the first fundraiser Pot of Gold event set for Mar. 17 starting at 4 p.m..

The Pot of Gold event is the first of several fundraisers planned.

Other fundraiser will include attempts to break world records.

Click here for Linda and Shelly’s interview.

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News Maker Tom Eshelman on Friends of the NRA fundraiser

Friends of the National Rifle Association (FNRA) will hold a fundraiser this Saturday Mar. 5 at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club Front Royal.

The fundraiser is for gun safety courses for youth as well as self defense courses for women.

We spoke to Tom Eshelman a representative for the FNRA in our latest news maker segment.

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

Tom tells us what to expect at this Saturday’s event.

He also tells us the percentage of funds that are returned to the community in these fundraisers.

Tom also tells us who has benefited from the FNRA in Front Royal in the past as well.

Click here for Tom’s interview.

For tickets and information on this Sat. Mar. 5 event click here.

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BRWC’s Paint Party fundraiser

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Blue Ridge Wildlife Center is hosting a Paint Party at their headquarters in Boyce today at 1 pm.

The model for the afternoon is Mocha, the Wildlife Center’s resident Striped Skunk.

The session will be led by Cheryl Suitor, a local artist and teacher.

All are welcome ages 7 and up with tickets still available on their website and comes with any needed supplies.

Proceeds for the event go to supporting operations of Blue Ridge Wildlife Center.

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News Maker Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross on a Fundraiser

Wayside Inn and Larrick’s Tavern along with Paladin Bar and Grill are conducting a fundraiser for a family that lost everything in a fire.

We spoke with Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross of Wayside Inn about the effort in our latest news maker.

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

Tammy and Travis tell us about the actions of an employee that helped save the family.

They also tell us what the 5 member family needs after the fire.

The pair also tell us where and when to make donations.

Click here for Tammy and Travis’s interview.

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News Maker Tony Elar on a French and Indian War Foundation fundraiser

The French and Indian war foundation will attempt to refurbish Fort Loudoun in Winchester.

The foundation will need to raise funds to accomplish this major project.

We spoke to the foundation’s Marketing and Managing Director Tony Elar in our latest news maker.

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

Tony told us of a birthday celebration for George Washington on Feb. 22.

We tell you about it now because there is a limited number of tickets available for the event.

Tony tells us what to expect at the event.

Click here for Tony’s interview.

If you would like to find out more about the foundation their events and tickets for the 22 click here.

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