News Maker Niki Foster on WHS search for an Executive Director

The Warren Heritage Society (WHS) is seeking an Executive Director and looking to expand its profile.

We spoke to Front Royal Warren County Chamber of Commerce President and now WHS board member Niki Foster about it in our latest news maker.

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Niki tells us how she got involved with the WHS and the want to expand their profile.

She also tells us what a new Executive Director will be expected to do in the position.

Niki also tells us how to get involved with WHS on several different levels.

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Warren Heritage Society seeking executive director

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The Warren Heritage Society is searching for a new executive director.

The agency is seeking a dynamic and experienced individual to play a pivotal role in driving the Society’s mission forward and fostering partnerships to further its impact. The ideal candidate has a strong background in history, business, nonprofit management, or a related field, along with leadership capabilities and a passion for community engagement.

The Executive Director search is being conducted by the Executive Committee of the Society’s Board of Directors. The full job description can be found on the Warren Heritage Society website at warrenheritagesociety.org. Resumes for the position will be accepted through March 15, 2024.

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90th Historic Garden Week kicks off in Front Royal

The Garden Club of Virginia is kicking off their 90th Historic Garden Week in Front Royal with a walking tour of Chester Street.

The tour travels through the historic district and will visit three properties of the Warren Heritage Society Village including an 1800s log house, a Victorian home that was a residence of diarist Lucy Buck in 1904, and her previous home, the Bel Air mansion built in 1795.

Proceeds from the tour benefit the preservation of Virginia’s historic public gardens and a research fellowship program.

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News Maker Tony Carter on Warren Heritage Activities

The Warren Heritage Society has a number of activities planned for spring and Summer.

They also have one last winter event on Mar. 15 with a celebration for their volunteers.

We spoke to archivist Tony Carter about it in our latest news maker.

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Tony tells us about the Mar. 15 event and that you can get in on it if you volunteer by Mon. Mar. 13.

He also tells us that you can do several different things as a volunteer.

Tony also tells us of the upcoming summer History Camp that you should start thinking about now as it fills up fast.

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News Maker Tony Carter on WHS’s Christmas open house

The Warren Heritage Society (WHS) on Chester Street Front Royal is hosting a Christmas Open house December 14.

We spoke with WHS archivist Tony Carter about the event in our latest news maker.

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First Tony offers some of the interesting facts about the town of Front Royal that can be found at the WHS.

He goes on to tell us specifically about the Christmas open house.

Tony also has some tips on how to keep track of your own family and their history.

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News Maker Tony Carter on WHS’s Christmas open house

The Warren Heritage Society (WHS) on Chester Street Front Royal is hosting a Christmas Open house December 14.

We spoke with WHS archivist Tony Carter about the event in our latest news maker.

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

First Tony offers some of the interesting facts about the town of Front Royal that can be found at the WHS.

He goes on to tell us specifically about the Christmas open house.

Tony also has some tips on how to keep track of your own family and their history.

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News Maker Tony Carter on Warren Heritage Society Tours

The Warren Heritage Society is offering tours starting this Sat. Aug. 27.

There will also be a tour of Historic Bel Air in Sept.

We spoke with Warren Heritage Society Representative and Archivist  Tony Carter about the tours and more in our latest news maker.

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Tony tells us what the Warren Heritage Society has to offer.

He also tells us about several tours and activities the Society is offering.

Tony also tells us how you can become a member of the Society.

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News Makers Tony Carter and Dale Corey on living history

Warren Heritage Society and Colonel James Wood II Chapter Sons of the American Revolution are teaming up for a week of activities.

We spoke with Warren Heritage Society’s Tony Carter and Sons of the American Revolution member Dale Corey.

They tell us about the activities planned in our latest news maker.

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Dale tells us about what are basically hands on living history events for kids.

Tony tells us about the Warren Heritage Society and how to get in touch.

The Warren Heritage Society camps start June 20 on Chester Street in Front Royal.

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News Maker Jim Heflin on Warren Heritage Society open house

The Warren Heritage Society will hold an open house on Thursday Dec. 9 from 2 to 6 p.m..

The Warren Heritage Society is located at 101 Chester Street Front Royal.

The Society offers and keeps a wealth of archival information about Front Royal and Warren County.

We spoke with archivist Jim Heflin about the event in our latest news maker segment.

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Jim tells us about the event the refreshments being offered and members being on hand.

Jim also talks about some the things Warren Heritage Society has to offer the community.

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