News Maker Ann Cushmane on Clarke County’s Fish expansion

Food insecurity has become an increasing problem for many in the region with the demand greater then ever.

The Fish organization in Clarke County is taking on the problem with expansion of their services.

We spoke with the Vice President and Director of the Fish Pantry Ann Cushmane about their expansion in our latest news maker.

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Ann tells us about Fish and how it operates.

She also tells us about the expansion for Fish services known as the Community Table.

Ann tells us about the new mobile food distribution operation to reach the over 1,300 people that are food insecure in Clarke County.

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News Maker Adam Packham on a Bass Tournament for Vets

Our Combat Veterans are invited out for a bass tournament on the Shenandoah River Oct. 1.

We spoke with Heroes on the River founder Adam Packham about the event in our latest news maker.

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Adam tells us that the tournament is just the latest in a number of activities that are designed for our combat Veterans to relax and enjoy each other’s company.

He also tells us who has donated their time and services for this Saturday’s event.

Adam also tells us how you can help in Heroes on the River’s cause with sponsorship.

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News Maker Adam Packham on a Bass Tournament for Vets
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News Maker Bill Long on the Brakes for Breasts campaign

As we all know October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Every October Bill Long’s Auto Care Clinic holds a campaign to advance Breast Cancer research.

We spoke to the owner of the Auto Care Clinic Bill Long in our latest news maker.

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Bill explains how the Brakes for Breasts campaign works.

He also explains how successful the main recipient of the funds Dr. Vincent Tuohy has been in his vaccine against breast cancer and other cancers.

Bill also tells us that the campaign will be at both his Front Royal Auto Care Clinic as well as the Kibler’s Auto Care Clinic in Woodstock.

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News Maker Angela Blair For the Cats Sake Fall Market

For the Cats Sake Animal Refuge in Flint Hill will have a Fall Market this Sat. Sept. 23.

We spoke with Angela Blair about the event in our latest news maker.

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Angela tells us about For the Cats Sake and what they do and how they help our animals.

She also tells us what to expect at the Fall Market at the Front Royal Fire Hall.

Angela also tells us there is a great need for volunteers for anyone with any skill for a number opportunities.

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News Maker Angela Blair For the Cats Sake Fall Market
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News Maker Anthony Crosen on Blue Ridge Hospice Pop Up

Tomorrow Sept. 17 Blue Ridge Hospice will open a pop up store in Winchester.

We spoke with the Vice President of Blue Ridge Thrift Anthony Crosen in our latest news maker.

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Anthony explains what the Pop Up Store will offer and how long it will be available.

He also tells us about the upcoming annual Butterfly Run which is Oct. 15.

Anthony also explains that if you wish to be a part of the Butterfly Run now would be a good time to sign up right here.

Of course all of this benefits Blue Ridge Hospice of Winchester.

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News Maker Shane Cusick on a bike ride in Woodstock

Woodstock will see an influx of bicyclist from Bike Virginia this Sat. Sept. 17.

We spoke to the Program and Outreach Manager of Bike Virginia Shane Cusick about the Woodstock Wander event in our latest news maker.

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Shane tells us about Bike Virginia and how different this event is compared to previous rides.

He also tells us that this is Bike Virginia’s first event since the pandemic.

Shane also tells us how easy it is and how much fun it is to get involved with Bike Virginia.

Residents of Woodstock will need to be aware of the bicyclist that will be in Shenandoah County this Sat. Sept. 17.

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News Maker Shane Cusick on a bike ride in Woodstock
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News Maker Lenny Millholland on consequences of threats

Last week the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) wrapped up their investigation involving threats to a school.

Now two 13 year old students face some serious charges.

We spoke with Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland about the consequences for those making threats in our latest news maker.

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Sheriff Millholland explains what a person who makes such a threat faces.

He Explains that such a threat will meet with serious and costly consequences.

Sheriff Millholland also explains these kind of threats can cause a number of problems for all involved from parents to students, school staff as well as his own staff.

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News Maker Todd Jones with FR/WC EDA news and more

As we do every Thursday we check in with Warren County for the latest news in the county.

Today we talk with Warren County’s Director of Technology Todd Jones in our latest news maker.

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Todd tells us of good news regarding Warren County and the annual Festival of Leaves event.

He also has some news regarding Front Royal Warren County’s Economic Development Authority and recovery.

Todd also tells us the latest on some developments regarding Warren County Parks and Recreation.

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News Maker Shannon Urum on a Suicide Prevention Run

A motorcycle run to raise awareness of suicide prevention is planned for September 18 with several stops in the valley.

We spoke to Prevention and Wellness Services Coordinator at the Northwestern Community Services Board Shannon Urum about it in our latest news maker.

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Shannon tells us this ride will start in Warren County and end in Luray with stops along the way.

She also tells what is expected at each stop and who benefits from the event.

Shannon also tells us how to get involved as either a rider or volunteer at one of the stops.

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News Maker Shannon Urum on a Suicide Prevention Run
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News Maker Brian Patrick on Skyline Indie Film Festival

The 10th annual Skyline Indie Film Festival features over 55 independently  made films and starts Sept. 8.

We spoke with Co-Director and Festival Founder Brian Patrick about the festival in our latest news maker.

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Brian gives us a little history behind the festival.

He also tells us where you can catch some of the showings this year.

Brian also tells us how you can submit a film and get involved either by watching films or submitting your own film.

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