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Frederick County Report 9/21/2011

Frederick County Report 9/21/2011

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Frederick County Report is the local newspaper for all of Frederick County and Winchester City, Virginia.
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Frederick
County Report
Serving all ofFrederick Countyand Winchester City
 Volume IIl, Issue 37
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September 21 – 27, 2011
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‘Gleaning’ for acommon good
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Kernstown welcomesa little touch of Italy
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Paw Fest
Civil War weekend just around thecorner
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Page 2 • Frederick County Report September 21 27, 2011Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
By Jonathan LucciFrederick County ReportAs most residents o FrederickCounty probably know the hor-ror and carnage o the Ameri-can Civil War ooded into theShenandoah Valley 150 years ago.Six large ull scale battles anda number o skirmishes searedwar’s consequences into the soulo Frederick County, while armseverywhere were destroyed dur-ing “Te Burning” in 1864.Much o that history has beenpreserved, while sadly much o it has also been lost to develop-ment. Anyone interested in theCivil War will quickly noticethe myriad collection o histori-cal markers lining the roads allthroughout the county. A CivilWar bu o any level o enthusi-asm can nd parts o most o thebattleelds to tour, and there areeven some guided tours oered.Te battleeld o the Firstbattle o Winchester is sadly cov-ered by the modern structures,shopping plazas and heavily tra-cked roads. Bowers Hill, whereStonewall Jackson crushed the valiant Union deenders is now an upscale housing development.Tankully there is a sel guidedtour o the battle and plenty o markers telling the story o thechaotic ght. Te First battleo Winchester is oten used as aprime example by preservation-ists o how sad it is to see an en-tire eld o honor where bravemen bled and died totally pavedover and replaced with homesand malls.Te Second battle o Win-chester was part o the amousGettysburg campaign, anotherthrilling Conederate victory asthey moved north toward theirate on the rolling elds o Penn-sylvania. Small parts o the bat-tleeld are preserved and mark-ers tell the story o the ght northo town.Te Tird battle o Winchesterwas the largest and most costly o any battle that took place in theValley. It was a signature Union victory that began the end o theConederate success and hopesor victory. Te battleeld is par-tially preserved with a large tracto land owned by the Civil Warrust directly behind Milbrookhigh school. A beautiul walk-ing trail leads to a large open eldwhere Union troops were moweddown in their brave attacks. Tebattle culminated near the loca-tion o Mount Hebron Cemetery.wo battles o Kernstownmarred the beauty o the eldssouth o Winchester. Te Firstbattle o Kernstown occurred inMarch o 1862 and grew out o Stonewall Jackson’s amous Val-ley campaign. Te Second battleo Kernstown was a Conederate victory, as the southern troopsbroke a Union line huddled be-hind a stonewall. Tis area o theeld is still preserved and can betoured. A portion o the rst bat-tle is preserved by the Museum o the Shenandoah Valley.Cedar Creek may have beenthe most crucial battle o the Val-ley campaigns, a comeback vic-tory by Phil Sheridan that helpedensure President Lincoln’s reelec-tion to the White House. Mucho it is preserved by the CedarCreek Battleeld Foundation andNational Park Service and theground’s beauty contrasts might-ily with the horror o what hap-pened here.In addition to these wonderuleducational opportunities, twobeautiul cemeteries give resi-dents and visitors the chance tohonor and revere the men whoought on both sides o the con-ict.Stonewall Cemetery is the -nal resting place or thousandso Conederate soldiers killed inthe Valley campaigns. One o therst ever known memorials tothe unknown dead is located inthe middle o a large area wherethose who could not be identiedwere laid to rest. Monumentsrom individual states are inter-spersed among the Coneder-ate dead. Across the street romtheir earthly oes lie the bodieso America’s heroes who died indeense o the Union and eman-cipation. Many o the dead areburied near where they werestruck down by Conederate can-non located near the Conederatecemetery. Te monuments romindividual states mark the ceme-tery, the Pennsylvania monumentis particularly beautiul.All o this and much more isavailable or Frederick County  visitors and residents to learnrom and honor the memory o the soldiers o both sides and thecivilians who suered throughthe war. And come September24th, Frederick County will behaving a Civil War weekend witha number o great opportunities,which are listed on the websiteo the Frederick County Visitor’sBureau.
History 
To advertise, please contact:
 Angie Buterakos: angie@FredCoReport.com or 540-683-9197 Alison Duvall: alison@FredCoReport.com or 540-551-2072
A history o Frederick County: Te American Civil War
Sheridan at Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864
The 7th Annual HuntCountry Cluster Dog Show 
September 30th, October 1st & 2nd, 2011
Three days o all-breed dog shows, eaturing conrmation judging, obedience and rally trials sponsored by OldDominion Kennel Club o Northern Virginia, Inc. and theWarrenton Kennel Club. More than 150 breeds and varietieswith over 1500 entries will compete each day or thecoveted Best-In-Show awardConrmation judging will begin at 8:00am each day.Obedience and Rally competitions on Saturday & SundayMeet-the-Dog presentations on Sunday oer spectators achance to meet the various breeds and their owners in ahands on manner. Educational materials will be available tohelp you select the ideal breed or your amily
Special presentation will be made to SAR on Sunday aternoon Ample parking • Delicious ood& rereshments • Vendors sellingdog-related merchandise and suppliesThe show will take place atbeautiul Historic Long Branch,830 Long Branch Lane, Millwood, VA 
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September 21 – 27, 2011 Frederick County Report • Page 3Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
Community 
Frederick
County Report
Member Virginia Press Association
Winchester Stephens CityKernstownMiddletownFrederick County
Press releases should beemailed to:News@fredcoreport.com
Publisher 
Daniel P. McDermott(540) 305-3000
News Reporters:
Sue GoldenJonathan LucciDoug WalpRachel Hamman
Advertising Sales Representatives:
 Angie Buterakos -
Sales Manager 
(540) 683-9197angie@fredcoreport.com Alison Duvall(540) 551-2072alison@fredcoreport.com
Graphics Department
layout@fredcoreport.comJeff RichmondRob Shultz
Billing Coordinator:
billing@warrencountyreport.com
Cartoonist:
Ryan Koch
If you are interested in contributingarticles to our paper, please e-mail:angie@FredCoReport.com
This publication is proudlyprinted on 100% recycled paper with soy-based ink.
To advertise, please contact:
 Angie Buterakos: angie@FredCoReport.com or 540-683-9197 Alison Duvall: alison@FredCoReport.com or 540-551-2072
 Franklin “Frank” Roosevelt Madigan
Franklin “Frank” Roosevelt Madigan, 78, o Martinsburg, West Vir-ginia, peaceully went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, September14, 2011, in his home, surrounded by his amily, ater a long coura-geous battle with cancer. Memorial contributions may be made toMount Pleasant United Methodist Church, 3654 Old Dominion Road,Gerrardstown, West Virginia 25420 or Hospice o the Panhandle, 122Waverly Court, Martinsburg, West Virginia, 25403
 Audrey Anna Churchill 
Audrey Anna Churchill, 12, o Frederick County, Virginia, diedSunday, September 11, 2011 in Winchester Medical Center. Memo-rial contributions may be made to the Audrey Anna Churchill BenetMemorial Fund c/o Well Fargo Bank, Winchester, Virginia, or to OmpsFuneral Home, 1600 Amherst Street, Winchester, VA 22601
Stuart “Sonny” Cooper 
Stuart E. “Sonny” Cooper, 81, o Winchester, Virginia, died Monday,September 12, 2011, in Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Center. In Lieuo owers, memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice,333 West Cork Street, Suite 405, Winchester, Virginia, 22601.
 Deanna L. Mauzy 
Deanna Lea Mauzy, 31, o Stephens City, Virginia, died Monday,September 12, 2011, in her home. Memorial contributions may bemade to the American Cancer Society, 2654 Valley Avenue, Suite B.,Winchester, Virginia 22601
Geertrui Anna Catharina Van Aalsburg Nydam See
“Trudy” 
Mrs. See, 93, o Winchester, Virginia, died Sunday, September 11,2011, in a local nursing home with amily members at her side. Memorialcontributions may be made to the Esther Boyd Animal Shelter, 161 FortCollier Road, Winchester, VA 22603, or to the SPCA, 115 FeatherbedLane, Winchester, Virginia, 22601.
Charles W. Coulter 
Charles William “Bill” Coulter, age 66, o Stephens City, Virginia,died Saturday, September 17, 2011, in Blue Ridge Hospice ResidentialCenter. Memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice,333 West Cork Street, Suite 405, Winchester, VA 22601.
Col. Joseph Magdich, Jr.
Colonel Joseph Magdich, Jr. USAF, Retired, 89, o Winchester, VAdied Saturday, September 17, 2011 at Blue Ridge Hospice. In lieu o owers, the amily requests that donations be made to the Church o the Holy Spirit, 103 Reams Station Court, Stephens City, VA 22655,attention Father im Illsley, telephone 540-868-2938.
Death notices
 
Frederick County Public Schools to Host“Ultimate Money Skills: College Funding”Program or Parents
Frederick County Public Schools will be oering a valuable pro-gram to the parents o all area high school students on Turs-day, September 22, at Sherando High School beginning at 6 p.m.Making It Count’s “Ultimate Money Skills: College Funding” pro-gram is a ree, one-hour seminar designed to help parents gain anunderstanding o how the college nancing process works. op-ics to be discussed include:• Te options available to develop a college unding strategy • How to plan or and manage all college costs• Te dierent types o nancial aid that is availableFrederick County Public Schools Coordinator o Guidance andSae and Drug-ree Schools Silvia Restivo says, “I’ve seen the pre-sentation beore and it is excellent. Parents who attend will learnhow they can send their child to college without risking their -nancial utures. Te program is open to anyone, not just parentswith students attending Frederick County Public Schools.”Making It Count Vice President and General Manager J.R. Cianisays, “A student’s entry into higher education ater high schoolis a key transitional period or both students and parents alike.Our goal with ‘Ultimate Money Skills: College Funding’ is to as-sist parents by providing sound nancial options and solutionsor the major investment that a college education demands.”Te program has been well-received over the years. Accordingto Making It Count, parents who participated in the program last year rated the value o the ideas presented a 9.4 and the eective-ness o the program a 9.6 on a 10-point scale. More inormationabout the presentation can be ound at www.MakingItCount.com.
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