News Makers Jean and Kathy on Boots and Bourbon

The Rotary Club of Warren County is hosting their second annual Boots and Bourbon celebration September 30.

We spoke with Rotary Club of Warren County representatives Jean Plauger and Kathy Napier about it in our latest news maker.

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

The ladies tell us that the event is even bigger than last year in a new larger location as well.

The event will have a lot more activity this year as well.

The ladies tell us that this year’s event will help support some rather impressive scholarships from the Rotary Club of Warren County.

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Rotary and EWMES raise money for hair loss

Annual Community Grant

The Rotary Club of Warren County joined E. Wilson Morrison Elementary School Students to raise money for the Heavenly Hat Foundation.

Students, parents, and teachers donated to be part of a Hat Parade through their courtyard on Friday afternoon.

Approximately $230 was raised and donated to the Foundation.

The program was started to bring new hats to cancer patients and others who lose their hair due to disease or treatment of a disease.

To learn more about the foundation, click here.

To watch E. Wilson Morrison’s Parade, click here.

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Nearly 500 bookbags donated by the community

thanksgiving activity boxes

Local State Farm agents and community organizations are coming together to prepare kids to head back to school with a bookbag and school supply drive.

The total number of bookbags collected reached almost 500 with 270 coming from the Rotary Club of Warren County.

Another 200 backpacks were donated by the Kiwanis Club of Front Royal.

The Salvation Army, MDUB Chauffeur Services and other volunteers also helped to get these bookbags and supplies ready for local children who are getting ready for the school year.

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