News Maker Brian Foley on the Skywarn weather course

A valley wide Skywarn course is being offered by the Warren County Fire and Rescue and National Weather Service.

This is an attempt to prevent property damage when bad storms arrive.

We spoke with Warren County Fire and Rescue’s Deputy Emergency Coordinator Brian Foley in our latest news maker.

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Brian tells us about the course and how it teaches basic weather technology.

He also tells us that the course is free and being held Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Public Safety Building on 200 Skyline Vista Dr. Front Royal.

Brian explains where the course is held in Warren County anyone from neighboring counties is invited to the informative course.

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News Maker Todd Jones on Warren County coming together

Warren County congratulates C-CAP on the conclusion of a successful Camping For Hunger (CFH) campaign.

We spoke to Warren County’s Director of Technology Todd Jones about it in our latest news maker.

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Todd tells us how proud the Warren County Government is at the Community’s effort to support the CFH. 

He also tells us of the upcoming Christmas activities on the way.

Todd also teases of all the new things to expect in 2023.

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News Maker Preston Knight on SVEC nonprofit donations

Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) have awarded their funds from their Operation Round Up (ORU).

The ORU program benefits nonprofits in their service area and is funded by Cooperative Members.

As we do every first Friday of the month we spoke with an SVEC representative in a news maker.

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Today we spoke with SVEC Event and Communications Manager Preston Knight.

Preston tells us how the ORU program works and how you can request funds.

He also tells us how the selection process is done in the SVEC service area.

Preston also adds that scholarships are available from SVEC.

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News Maker Roxanne Bauserman on the Zombie Walk

The annual Zombie Walk to benefit the Humane Society of Warren County is about to hit the streets of Front Royal.

We spoke to the organizer of the event Roxanne Bauserman about it in our latest news maker.

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Roxanne tells us about the event and what is needed by the Humane Society.

She also tells us what to expect with the entertainment and food this year.

Roxanne also tells us that we need to be on the watch for big haired Zombies and where they will be walking this year in Front Royal starting around 6 o’clock Sat. night Oct. 29.

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News Maker Tammy Sharpe on the Phoenix Project

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and the Phoenix Project is turning Front Royal Purple in recognition.

We spoke with the Executive Director of the Phoenix Project Tammy Sharpe in our latest news maker.

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Tammy tells us what the purple ribbons adorning town are about and how Phoenix Project would like to see more.

She also tells us of the many services offered by the Phoenix Project for those in need.

Tammy also tells us about one of the Phoenix Project’s biggest fundraisers planned for Thur. Oct. 20.

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News Maker Linda Tyler on breaking world records for 242

The 2 for 2 Foundation wants to get you into the Guinness Book of World Records.

There are 2 world records being challenged on Oct. 29 at Frederick County Fairgrounds for the 2 for 2 Foundation.

The Foundation is attempting to get an indoor Olympic size pool and Ice Rink facility into the area.

We spoke to 2 for 2 Foundation Chairperson Linda Tyler in our latest news maker.

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Linda tells us about the 2 world records the Foundation is trying for and how you can help with the effort.

She also tells us how the effort is going to get the facility built for the entire region to enjoy.

Linda also tells us that a location for the facility will be announced soon.

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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 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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News Maker Todd Jones on the latest on Broadband

First it’s a busy weekend full of Labor day festivities in Warren County.

We spoke with Warren County Director of Technology Todd Jones about it in our weekly visit in our latest news maker.

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Todd first tells us about some of the activities this weekend.

He also tells us that at the next Warren County Board of Supervisors meeting Sept. 6 they  will focus on the latest on the Broadband initiative for the county.

Todd also teases a little bit about the 50th anniversary of the Festival of Leaves in Oct..

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News Makers Williams and Kines on Habitat for Humanity

Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity of Winchester Frederick County provides services for those in need in communities around the valley.

We spoke with Program Manager Jolie Williams and Restore store Manger Adin Kines in our latest news maker.

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Adin tells us about what the Restore store has to offer and how it benefits Habitat for Humanity.

Jolie tells us how people can qualify for services from Habitat for Humanity.

Both tell us how Habitat for Humanity can benefit people in the Shenandoah Valley.

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