Support for the families of lost teens from all communities

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A social post from Warren County Public Schools announced that grief counseling is available to the enter community.

In light of the community’s and school system’s recent loss of two teens at Chincoteague Bay Skyline High School offers the counseling.

Call the guidance office of the school at (540) 631-0366 or Concern Hotline is always available at (540) 635-4537.

A candle light vigil for the two teens lost, was held last night Jan. 26 at the Browntown Baptist Church according to their Facebook page.

Shore Daily News reports that the community of Chincoteague is rallying to support the families as well.

The Chincoteague community held a candlelight vigil and began a collection to benefit the families.

If you would like to help call (757) 336-7237 to offer help, donations and support.

The star above Front Royal that is lit during the holidays, has been turned on again in honor of still missing teen Nathan Jenkins.

The search for Nathan continues in Chincoteague as well.

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SCSO has a successful stuff a bus

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Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) school resource officers collected school supplies over the weekend.

A lot more items were collected this year than last and they are being sorted this week.

They will be distributed Fri. Jul. 16 at Peter Muhlenberg Middle School in Woodstock.

With close to 900 students in need items can still be donated by contacting the SCSO.

Items like writing utensils, notebooks will be accepted but book bags are the most needed items.

All items will remain in Shenandoah County and SCSO appreciates the communities’ support.

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