Logan Maiatico Foundation donates to cancer outreach

The Logan Maiatico Foundation announced the donation of $1,000 to Helping Hands Cancer Outreach last night at the Skyline vs Central high school football game.

Supporters of the foundation were easily found sporting pink shirts throughout the stadium as they saw their Hawks fall to the Falcons 52-7.

The Foundation is closing in on its first year in operation and has already raised nearly $20,000 which was used in the community for scholarships, jerseys for youth leagues, and supporting other local organizations like the Phoenix Project.

The next big event they are preparing for is Logan’s 21st Birthday Cash Bash.

Tickets are still available through the Foundation and going fast!

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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.

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

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.

Click here for Tammy’s interview.

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News Maker Barbara Way on a Women’s Wellness Workshop

Registration for Front Royal’s Women’s Resource Center’s virtual Women’s Wellness Workshop ends today Feb. 2.

We spoke with the Executive Director of Front Royal Women’s Resource Center Barbara Way about the event in our latest news maker.

The good news is brought to you by The Town of Front Royal.

Barbara tells us who is going to be at the event Sat. Feb. 5.

She also tells us the event is put on by Front Royal Women’s Resource Center with the Phoenix Project annually.

Click here for Barbara’s interview.

Barbara also tells us where to register and the format for the future of the Women’s Wellness Workshop.

Find out more about the event here.