VH is recognized by the House of Delegates

Valley Health (VH) announced that they have been recognized by the House of Delegates.

The recognition is for their service to the community through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Virginia Delegate Wendy Gooditis was at Winchester Medical Center July 18 to present House Resolution 653 to VH personnel.

Gooditis told the officials that the resolution passed unanimously on bipartisan basis through the House of Delegates.

Gooditis added that she and her colleagues across the Commonwealth acknowledge and appreciated what VH does for the community often at great personal risk.

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UWNSV is recognized by the VA. House of Delegates

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A press release from the United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley (UWNSV) announced Virginia House of Delegates recognition.

Elise Stine-Dolinar the Senior Director of Advancement at UWNSV states that the Virginia House of Delegates honored the organization for their COVID-19 assistance efforts.

The UWNSV was commended for aiding citizens of Winchester, Frederick County avoid eviction or utility disconnection during the pandemic.

The organization was also commended for its myriad of services for those seeking addiction counseling, mental health treatment, financial assistance.

The UWNSV was recognized for their efforts during the unprecedented conditions of the pandemic.

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VA. House advance a bill to help bring pro football to the state

According to Insidenova.com the Virginia House of Delegates voted 14 to 7 to help bring pro football to Virginia.

The bill advanced by the Virginia House of Delegates will allow the creation of a Virginia Football Stadium Authority.

The bill has to now pass the Senate and then be signed by the governor before becoming law.

The stadium authority group could be appointed by the governor to fast track and issue bonds for the construction of a professional football stadium in Virginia.

Sites being considered for a possible stadium are in Loudoun and or Prince William Counties.

A new stadium in Virginia could lure the Washington football team to the Commonwealth.

Washington’s current contract with the Landover Maryland site expires in 2027.

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