Logan Series Community Day

The Safe At Home- Logan Series Community Day will be held from 4 pm to 8 pm today at Bing Crosby Stadium.

Reaching Out Now, the Front Royal Cardinals, and the Logan Maiatico Foundation are coming together for the event.

There will be three baseball games played by members of the community ranging from Alumni to current students.

The event is intended to become an annual gathering.

Proceeds will go to the Logan Maiatico Foundation to provide two scholarships for athletes from Warren County and Skyline High School.

Tickets are on sale now at reachingoutnow.org and admission is free for children under 13.

For more information on the Logan Maiatico Foundation, please visit their Facebook page.

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SABF recognizes local athletes

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The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival will recognize some of the area’s top athletes at the upcoming Sports Breakfast.

Athletes representing Warren County include Skyline’s Ethan Caperton and Warren County’s Will Waller.

Frederick County Public School’s nominated athletes include  Avery O’Roke of Millbrook, Ella Carlson of Sherando, and Jaden Ashby from James Wood.

Private school honorees include Mountain View Christian Academy’s Alle Jerles, and Legacy Christian Academy’s Mikayla Combs.

Handley’s Stephen Daley and Clarke County’s Dain Booker round out the high school honorees.

Olivia Weinel will represent Shenandoah University at the event.

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A candlelight vigil will be held for Logan Maiatico tomorrow 10/6

A tragic accident on Route 17 in Stafford County took the life of Logan C. Maiatico.

Logan is the son of Warren County Fire and Rescue Captain Anthony Maiatico.

Logan was a 2021 Skyline High School graduate as well as a volunteer at Linden Fire Station 4.

A candlelight vigil is scheduled for Logan tomorrow Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Skyline High School Football Field.

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9/11 Commemorative events around the region

9/11 commemorative events to be held in the area include a 911 challenge at Skyline High School stadium Front Royal starting at 7:30 a.m..

The Strasburg American Legion will host a ceremony at 8 a.m..

The Woodstock Fire Department has a remembrance at 8:30 a.m..

 A ceremony at Lake Frederick starts at 9 a.m..

Middletown will release a video on the town Facebook page at noon.

Shenandoah University will hold a remembrance at 2:30 p.m..

Clarke County high school has a ceremony starting at 6 p.m..

All events will be held tomorrow the 20 year since the 911 tragedy.

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Lord Fairfax Health District open vaccination clinics at public schools

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Skyline, Warren County High Schools and Clarke County High School have been selected as COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

The Lord Fairfax Health District opened these clinics to help with herd immunity.

The Pfizer vaccine could be approved for children 12 and over as early as next week.

With the Pfizer approval more schools are expected to open clinics for younger students.

These clinics are for students and their families only with no appointment necessary.

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Warren Coalition’s talent show

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Today Fri. Jan. 15 is the last day to get involved and show off your talent for a chance at cash prizes.

The nonprofit agency Warren Coalition is inviting Warren County and Skyline High School Students to show off their talents.

Whether you sing or dance do comedy or whatever show it off for a chance at cash prizes.

Potential contestants must preregister by  sending a message to Ryan Cubbage at Warren Coalition today Jan. 15.

Virtual auditions are due by Jan. 19 with in-person auditions by Jan. 26.

Warren Coalition was established to help fill gaps in health care and substance abuse awareness for the community.

Their mission is to make Warren County a safe healthy and drug free community.

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