News Makers Todd Jones and Gerry Maiatico on their friendly Camping for Hunger competition

Scott Bradley speaks with Todd Jones and Gerry Maiatico about their friend competition between Warren County Government and Warren County Fire and Rescue for Camping for Hunger.

There is still time to make a donation for Camping for Hunger by going to one of the many drop off locations throughout town, including at the Warren County Government Offices and the fire station, as well as our main location at the Royal Plaza.

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News Maker Annie Guttierrez on Merchants on Main celebration

The Merchants on Main Street Front Royal are ready for Saint Patrick’s Day starting Fri. Mar. 10.

We spoke with  Annie Guttierrez of Jig and Jive Dance Studio Main Street Front Royal about the Pot of Gold event in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Annie tells us how this third annual Pot of Gold event works.

She also tells us of the stores that are involved and what to look for.

Annie also tells us of the end result of the event and that there will be several winners this year.

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News Maker Tammy Sharpe on Women’s Wellness Workshop

The Phoenix Project with the Front Royal Women’s Resource Center are teaming up to host a Women’s Wellness Workshop on Jan. 28.

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

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Tammy tells us all about the activities planned starting at 9 a.m. by zoom.

She also includes the incentives for registering early to receive the zoom link information.

Tammy also tells us that the event is open to all woman no matter what county they may live in.

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News Maker Megan Gordon of PACA on their Polar Plunge

Page Alliance for Community Action (PACA) will hold a Polar Plunge on Feb. 18 at Lake Arrowhead.

We spoke with PACP Program Director Megan Gordon about the event in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Megan tells us of the event and why it is important to sign up before Jan. 31.

She also tells us of the major incentives to participate in the Polar Plunge and the reasons to attend even if you don’t want to take the plunge.

Megan also tells us of the services that PACA provides for the community.

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News Maker Dr. Riley on supporting the BRWC

The Blue Ridge Wildlife Center (BRWC) in Boyce had an exceptionally busy 2022.

We spoke with one of  the two Veterinarians for the Center Dr. Jen Riley in our latest news maker.

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

Dr. Riley tells us of the record breaking number of patients they helped this year.

She also tells us of the staff expansion to help with the number of patients.

Dr. Riley tells us of all the different ways you can help the BRWC including a surprisingly affordable membership opportunity.

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News Maker Todd Jones on Warren County Taxes

As we do every Thursday, we are checking in with Warren County in our latest news maker.

We spoke with The Warren County Director of Technology Todd Jones in this news maker.

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Todd has some important tax information for the coming tax assessments of homes in the county.

He explains that the assessment will be coming soon and some changes are to be expected.

Todd also tells us that we should look for additional information forthcoming on the county’s website and social media platforms.

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News Maker Adam Packham on banners honoring Veterans

Local Leaders and Veteran Service Organizations like VFWs are organizing an effort to honor local Veterans with banners to hang in towns across the valley.

We spoke with Adam Packham about the effort in our latest news maker.

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Adam tells us that the website to find an application for a Veteran has just launch.

He also describes what a typical banner looks like and where they will be located.

Adam also tells us that space for this first year is limited so it is important to get the application in as soon as possible.

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News Maker David Ferguson on a Night to Shine

night to shine is a Tim Tebow sanctioned event that is coming to Shenandoah County in February.

The event is a prom like affair for those with special needs.

We spoke with the Co-Chairperson of the event David Ferguson in our latest news maker.

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David tells us how the event came to be held in Shenandoah County and what a group has to go through to have it happen.

He also tells us what to expect at the event and how to get involved.

The night to shine event will be held Feb. 10 at Shenandoah County’s America Celebration on Parade location.

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News Maker Con Burch on Windsong Community Chorus

The Windsong Community Chorus will host 2 open houses and recruitments for additional singers Jan. 9 and 16.

We spoke with Windsong Artistic Director Con Burch about the opportunity in our latest news maker.

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

Con tells us about the open houses to be held at the Opequon Presbyterian Church at 217 Opequon Church Lane.

She also tells us a potential singer will need to bring their COVID-19 Vaccination Card.

Con also gives us a little history behind the singers and organizations that benefit from their performances.

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News Maker Preston Knight on SVEC life saving information

As we do the first Friday of every month we check in with Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC).

This month we spoke with Event and Communications Manager Preston Knight in our latest news maker.

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Preston tells us how SVEC prepares for storms and potential outages with helicopters.

He also tells us that SVEC will be using these helicopters over the upcoming weeks starting in Frederick County.

Preston also has life saving information for those who depend on electrified life saving equipment when an outage occurs.

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