News Maker Preston Knight on SVEC awarding funds

Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) awarded the funds from Operation Round Up recently.

As we do every first Fri. of the month we check in with SVEC to see what’s the latest for the month.

In our latest news maker we spoke with Event and Communication Manager Preston Knight about SVEC.

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Preston tells us that voting in the SVEC Board of Directors will soon end with the results announced on Aug. 11.

He also tells us who received funding form the Cooperative’s Operation Round Up.

Preston also explains how any nonprofit can apply for funding for the October release of funds.

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News Maker Robert Hupman on helping Kentucky

Necessary and requested  items are being collected to be taken to Kentucky.

The items can be taken to 23 Church Street Front Royal through Fri. Aug. 5.

We spoke with Robert Hupman about the relief effort in our latest news maker.

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Robert tells us about this effort to help Kentucky residents affected by the flooding.

He also tells us about his Hazard Mill Farms location and how the property is open for nonprofits who can apply for use of the land.

Robert also tells us about the possibility of another truck making it’s way to the Kentucky in the future.

Click here for Robert’s interview.

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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 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.

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

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 Makers Magalis and Cline on Warren County Drug Court

Warren County Drug Court is closer to becoming a reality.

We spoke to Front Royal Police Captain Crystal Cline and Chief Kahle Magalis about it in our latest news maker.

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Crystal tells us the Drug Court will be represented at the annual National Night Out Aug. 2 at the Gazebo in Front Royal from 6 to 9 p.m..

Kahle tells us what it takes and what it is going to take to get the Drug Court in Warren County.

Both are confident that the Drug Court will be a reality in a year or possibly less.

Click here for Crystal and Kahle’s interview.

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News Maker Tim Bristol on Clarke Co. National Night Out

All week we have been telling you about National Night Out set for Tues. Aug.2.

Frederick County National Night Out is reviewed by news maker Lenny Millholland here.

News Makers Chief Magalis and Captain Cline tell us about Front Royal Warren County set up here.

In today’s news maker we spoke with Sergeant Tim Bristol about Clarke County’s National Night Out.

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Tim tells us where National Night Out will be held in Clarke County.

He also tells us that the band Jumptown will be entertaining the crowd this year.

National Night Out is a great chance to become familiar with the men and women of law enforcement and first responders in our area.

We at the River 953 and Sports Radio 1450 encourage you and the family to take advantage of this opportunity to get to know and thank those that serve.

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News Makers Magalis and Cline on National Night Out

National Night Out is Tue. Aug. 2 and is a chance to meet and greet first responders and explore equipment.

We spoke with Front Royal Police Chief Kahle Magalis and Captain Crystal Cline about the event in our latest news maker.

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Kahle tells us about some of the history of National Night Out in Front Royal.

Crystal tells us what to expect this Tue. Aug. 2.

They both have some great news about this year’s event as they try every year make it bigger and better.

Click here for their interview.

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News Maker Taryn Logan on boat landing upgrades

Warren County made some upgrades to various boat landings around the county.

Did you know that there are nine boat landings in the county?

We spoke with Warren County’s Deputy County Administrator Taryn Logan about it in our latest news maker.

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Taryn tells us what boat landings have been improved and how.

She also tells us of future plans for upgrades with possibility of more landings being added.

Taryn also tells us where the funding comes from to conduct these improvements.

Click here for Taryn’s interview.

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News Maker Tony Brooks on a golf tournament fundraiser

The third annual Fore the Kitties Golf Tournament to benefit Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue in Winchester is set for August 20.

We spoke to the coordinator of the event Tony Brooks about it in our latest news maker.

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Tony tells us about Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue.

He tells us how you can get involved either by playing or becoming a sponsor but time is a factor.

Tony also tells us that this tournament is a little different from traditional tournaments.

Click here for Tony’s news maker.

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News Maker Meghan Bowers on Waggin’ for Dragons

Several organizations will benefit from the August 6 Waggin for Dragons event.

Along with the Front Royal Warren County Chamber of Commerce, the United Way and the Humane Society of Warren County will all benefit.

We spoke with the Humane Society’s Executive Director Meghan Bowers about the event in our latest news maker.

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Meghan tells us how much fun the event is along with being a great team building experience for your group or organization.

She also tells us how the competition is heating up between the teams.

Meghan also tells us there is time to enter the competition or become a sponsor.

Click here for Meghan’s interview.

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