News Maker Tonja Phillips with Toys for Tots

News Maker Tonja Phillips is speaking with Scott Bradley about Toys for Tots.

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In today’s interview Tonja and Scott go over how you can get involved with this amazing program, how you can

donate, and volunteer your time.

There are donation boxes throughout our region, and you can also make monetary donations at Marine Toys for Tots.

If you would like to apply for assistance you must do so before December 1st.

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News Maker Tonja Phillips for Toys for Tots

News Maker Tonja Phillips is speaking with Scott Bradley about Toys for Tots.

News Makers are brought to you by Warren County, Together WE are Community.

In today’s interview Tonja and Scott go over how you can get involved with this amazing program, how you can

donate, and volunteer your time.

There are donation boxes throughout our region, and you can also make monetary donations at Marine Toys for Tots.

If you would like to apply for assistance you must do so before December 1st.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

 

 

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News Maker Jeff Alban on Holiday Concert Series

Jeff Alban Artistic Director and Conductor of The Blue Ridge Singers talks with Scott Bradley about their

upcoming concert series on our latest News Makers segment.

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The first concert is December 4th at the First Baptist Church in Winchester at 4 p.m.

Located at 205 W. Piccadilly Street, with other dates and locations to follow.

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News Maker Todd Jones on Warren County coming together

Warren County congratulates C-CAP on the conclusion of a successful Camping For Hunger (CFH) campaign.

We spoke to Warren County’s Director of Technology Todd Jones about it in our latest news maker.

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Todd tells us how proud the Warren County Government is at the Community’s effort to support the CFH.

He also tells us of the upcoming Christmas activities on the way.

Todd also teases of all the new things to expect in 2023.

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News Maker Johnathan Tracy on a NPS survey and zoom

survey opens this week regarding Cedar Creek and Belle Grove Plantation in Middletown.

We spoke with National Park Service (NPS) Historian for Cedar Creek Belle Grove Plantation Johnathan Tracy in our latest news maker.

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Johnathan tells what the survey includes and what input they would like from the public.

He also tells us the survey will help to update plans that haven’t been update since 1969.

Johnathan also tells us that a zoom meeting on the subject will be held Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.

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You can access that meeting here.

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News Maker Matt Wendling on Warren County offerings

School is back in session next week Aug. 9-12 in Warren County and that means some changes for the town pool and other things.

We spoke to Warren County Planning Director Matt Wendling about the changes in our latest news maker.

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Matt tells us about the pool schedule change and activities being offered later this month.

He also tells us about a clean up effort being conducted.

Matt tells us that we can connect to all this through parks and recreation in Warren County.

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News Maker Cynthia Schneider on TVRC new location

The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber (TVRC) has moved their offices to a new location.

We spoke with TVRC’s CEO Cynthia Schneider in our latest news maker.

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Cynthia tells us about the new offices and the new opportunities available.

She also tells us the advantages of being at the Winchester Regional Airport.

Cynthia also tells us to look forward to a ribbon cutting coming soon in typical TVRC style.

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News Maker Preston Knight on beating high electric bills

Summer heat often means higher electric bills.

As we do the first Fri. of every month we check in with Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative.

This month Event and Communications Manger Preston Knight filled us in on how to beat the high electric bills for the summer in our latest news maker.

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Preston gives us some tips on saving electricity.

He also tells us what effects electricity cost.

Preston also tells about beating the high cost by being aware of peak hours of use.

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News Maker Elise Stine-Dolinar on Project Connect

The United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley (UWNSV) will present Project Connect tomorrow June 3 at the Woodstock Moose Lodge 8 a.m. to 2 p.m..

Project Connect will have 50 different groups and organizations all under one roof.

Next Fri. June 10 another opportunity will be offered from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Winchester’s  Charlotte DeHart Elementary School.

We spoke with the UWNSV Senior Director of Advancement Elise Stine-Dolinar about the event in our latest news maker.

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Elise tells us about all the different services and organizations that will be available at the events.

She also tells us of the scope of opportunities available.

Elise also tells us that volunteers are needed for a number of things.

For information and to volunteer or preregister for quicker access click here.

Click here for Elise’s interview.

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