Middletown’s Farm to Table raised almost $25K for NW Works

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The sixth annual Farm to Table event in Middletown was able to raise almost $25,000 for adults with disabilities and barriers to employment for NW Works.

The event is a community effort in which the Main St. of Middletown is shutdown for a late afternoon dinner on the street.

The event features local produce, food and donated items from local providers.

Farm to Table sold out this year with hope for the funds to be used to start a music therapy program for NW Works clients.

The funds will towards contracting a licensed music therapist as well as buying instruments for the program.

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Middletown will host farm to table in September

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Middletown will host the 6 annual farm to table event Sun. Sept. 12 from 4 to 6:15 p.m..

The annual event benefits NW Works which supports adults with disabilities and other barriers to employment.

The event also supports local farms and restaurants in the area while guest enjoy the best the valley has to offer.

Only a few tickets remain for the farm to table dinner.

Sponsorship information and tickets are available by clicking here.

Find out more about NW Works at nwworks.networkforgood.com.

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Access Independence welcomes new director

Monday Winchester’s  Access Independence (Ai) welcomes it’s new Executive Director.

Charles Harbaugh IV takes over for Donald Price who resigned Dec. 31.

Harbaugh was the former Director of NW Works for 7 years.

Ai is a Winchester nonprofit that offers an number of services for independent living for people with disabilities in the Northern Shenandoah Valley.

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