News Maker Todd Jones on Warren Co. summer fun

Summer hasn’t arrived yet officially but Warren County is ready now!

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

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Todd tells all about what is going on at the pool and all the different packages available for admission.

He also tells us that Nachos and Nerfs wars are back this year.

Todd also tells these things are only the beginning with a lot more to come as summer really sets in.

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News Maker Rachael Walker on summer in Warren County

Summer is coming and that means activities galore!

Warren County is ready, as we check in with Warren County’s Recreation and Aquatics Specialist Rachael Walker in our latest news maker.

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Rachael being the Aquatics Specialist tells us that the pool is nearly ready for the Memorial Day opening.

She also tells us that Warren County Parks and Recreation has a lot of other activities to enjoy.

Rachael also tells us that an activities event guide will be available at the 7th annual Family Fun Day this Saturday May 11 in downtown Front Royal.

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News Maker Taryn Logan on Warren Co. Summer Programs

Warren County has several summertime programs available this year.

We spoke to Warren County’s Deputy County Administrator Taryn Logan about some of  those programs in our latest news maker.

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Taryn tells us the great news of the pool opening for the season this Sat. June 18.

She also tells us of a special outing for Dad at Bing Crosby Stadium this Sat..

Taryn also tells us of some of the various programs some of which are already in progress throughout the county.

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