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Frederick County Report, September 7 - 20, 2012

Frederick County Report, September 7 - 20, 2012

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September 7 – 20, 2012
Volume IV, Issue 18
Let the games begin
Living the
American dream
Winners of a
$10,000 project
Gov. candidate
Tareq Salahi
to return to
reality TV
New local
artist section
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Community
By Carol Ballard
Frederick County Report
Te outside is welcoming; with
a Victorian-style front porch,
flled with comfortable chairs,
fowers, an American fag and
signs, one of which informs that
there will be sandwiches available
soon, but it doesn’t prepare you
for the lovely fragrances and burst
of color from the pretty scarves,
bags, jewelry and gifts as you walk
in the door.
Lynn’s Boutique, Salon and
Massage business, located at 5324
Main St. in Stephens City across
the street from the Outlet Store,
is frmly established as a charm-
ing and afordable place to get
nails done, but Lynn would like
people to know that there’s also a
boutique and tanning and hydro
massage beds inside.
And by October, Owner Lynn
Grove will be making deli-type
sandwiches every morning in her
state-inspected kitchen that shop-
pers can stop in for all day long.
Also, if ordered ahead of time she
will provide cheese, fruit and veg-
etable party trays, which are as
beautiful as foral bouquets.
“I learned to make the pretty
food plates in Vietnam,” she said.
Lynn came to the U.S. 14 years
ago from Can To, Vietnam and
has been in business for eight
years in Stephens City where she
lives with her husband Kevin and
eighth-grade son Bryan She is
happy with her success so far.
“People here have been very
nice. I wouldn’t have made it with-
out support from the community.
I’m thankful for that. It has made
it happen for me,” she said.
Lynn also credits hard work as
an ingredient for the success of
her business.
“I had $100 in my pocket when
I frst came here,” she said.
Starting out by obtaining her
license at a nail school in Alexan-
dria, she then gained experience
by doing nails in salons in Front
Royal and Winchester for four
years before she opened her own
business.
Tis is the third home for the
salon in its eight years in Stephens
City, but Lynn says she has fnally
found the right spot for it-a build-
ing with enough room for every-
thing she ofers.
Shelves along the walls hold a
rainbow of more than 500 colors
of nail polish. Te variety of nail
art includes: application of shellac
on real nails; silk wraps, French
tips, “pink and white”; acrylic
application; and more. Another
beauty option is facial, arm and
leg waxing, and full-service mani-
cure/pedicures with a hot stone
massage and a warm lotion mask.
Especially rejuvenating and
healthful is the deep-tissue hy-
dro-massage bed which is like a
twin-size water bed with ripples
of water traveling up and down
underneath the body. Te client
can program the session to cus-
tomize the pressure and control
which body zones will be con-
centrated on and settings may be
changed at any time.
“It increases circulation, re-
lieves stress, and removes toxins,”
said Lynn.
(Continued on page 4)
Lynn’s Boutique, Salon and Massage
Beautiful colonial that backs to trees. 3 bedrooms,
2.5 baths. Granite counters & ceramic tile foor-
ing in kitchen and bathrooms. Hardwood foors
in sunroom & dining area. Spacious, open family
room. Upper open, loft area & convenient laundry
room. Media hookup. Master bath with ceramic
tile fooring & raised double sinks. Built in 2008.
www.sheilapack.net
Search like the Realtors do!
Sheila Pack
540-247-1438 Cell
RE/MAX Team Realty, 440 W. Jubal Early Drive, #200
Winchester, VA 22601 • 540-667-2400 Offce
Each Offce Independently Owned And Operated
$250,000 New Price
Stephens City, VA
(540) 869-2735
Kay’s School
of Dance
Fall Dance classes
Ages 3.5 to Adult
Creative Movement,
Kinder Ballet, Ballet-
Tap - Jazz combination
classes.
6 Week Sessions:
Ballet only
- Monday classes
Hip Hop
- Monday classes
Classes begin Sept 4th.
Kays School of Dance
540-869-2735
Come sit around and chat about your dream experiences!
Ever Wonder What Your
Dreams Mean?
7:00 – 8:00 pm
Tues. Sept. 11 • Tues. Oct. 23
Bowman Library Conference Room
871 Tasker Road Stephens City, VA
Questions? eckwinchester@gmail.com
Old Grey Mare’s
Acres, LLC
435 Lofton Rd. Raphine, VA
540-448-2788
EQUINE FACILITY
Indoor Arena Available
for Events, Clubs & Fun Shows!
Conviently located off I-81,
Greenville, VA
Just North of Lexington,Va
off I-81
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*You will remain anonymous*
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540-665-TIPS

CRIME
OF THE
WEEK
Frederick County Crime of the Week - August 27, 2012
This week’s Crime of the Week is a burglary and larceny at
Throx Country Store, located at 1488 Senseny Road on July 22,
2012. The owner reported that unknown suspect(s) forcibly
entered the store and removed several cartons of cigarettes.
No other items were reported missing, but several items were
reportedly knocked over by the suspect(s) while inside the
store.
If you have any information regarding a suspect or suspect
vehicle in this incident, please contact the Crime Solvers Hot-
line at (540) 665 TIPS (8477). Information leading to the arrest
of a suspect may result in a reward of up to $1,000.
Case #12003943, Investigator Keith A. Covert
Frederick
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Advertising Sales
Cell: (540) 683-9197
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The SPCA is open Monday thru
Friday 10-5 Saturday 10-4 Sunday 12-
5. 115 Featherbed Lane, Winchester •
662-8616. The SPCA accepts donations
for the following items, donations can
also be made at Newtown Antiques &
Pawn 375 Fairfax Pike, Stephens City:
Cat Litter • Kitten, puppy food • Cat
and dog food • Toys • Rawhides • Dog
treats • Sheets • Towels • Blankets
• Bleach • Pine-Sol • Liquid dish and
laundry detergent • Large trash bags
Pet of
the Week
Petfinder.com
Kitten
Domestic Short Hair Mix: An
adoptable cat in Berryville, VA •
12- 16 weeks old. very playful.
Max
Bichon Frise Mix: An adoptable
dog in Winchester, VA • Maxx is
about 8 years old. He is good
with cats and dogs. Likes to
play ball.
Death
notices
Garland Dale Clowser
Garland Dale Clowser, age
56, of Frederick County,
Virginia, died Saturday,
September 1, 2012, in her
home.James A. Garber .
Memorial donations may
be made to Omps Fu-
neral Home, 1600 Amherst
Street, Winchester, VA
22601 to assist the family
with funeral expenses.
Phyllis Ann Jones
Phyllis Ann Jones, age 64,
of Winchester, VA, died
Wednesday, August 29,
2012. Contributions in
memory of Ms. Jones may
be made to the American
Cancer Society, 2654 Valley
Ave. Winchester, VA 22601.
Lessie L. Kerns
Lessie Leatte Chavis Kerns,
78, of Frederick County,
Virginia, died Tursday,
August 30, 2012, in Win-
chester Medical Center.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Zion
Baptist Church C/o Sharon
Hartley, 676 Canterburg
Road, Stephens City, Vir-
ginia 22655
Gary D. Snoby
Gary Dennis Snoby, 51, of
Winchester, Virginia died
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
in the Winchester Medical
Center.
Donna S. Rudzinski
Donna Sue Roepken Rudz-
inski, 56, of Stephens City,
Virginia died Wednesday,
August 29, 2012 at her
residence.
The Wonderful Store
7841 Main St. Middletown, VA
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Community
(from page 2)
Another claim made by health
practitioners is that it relieves pain
and she has regular customers
who come in every day. It’s highly
afordable as a one-time experi-
ence, but she ofers a monthly fat
rate for unlimited access.
Along with her business, she is
a student at Lord Fairfax Com-
munity College studying science
and working toward a degree in
pharmacy. Eventually she will at-
tend Shenandoah University.
“It’s been my goal in life, but I
had to take some time of from
school to run the business. Maybe
I’ll get my degree by the time I’m
60,” she said with a laugh.
She hopes to have someone to
take care of the salon when she
goes back to school and has run
the salon by herself up to about
a month ago when Manicurist/
Pedicurist Michelle Corbin came
to work there.
Te new Deli sandwich part of
the business will be takeout only,
but when asked if there would be
tables for eating, she said,
“No, but my salon customers
can eat in here if they want to.
People here are like family to me;
they come and have a good time,”
she said with a smile.
Lynn’s Boutique, Salon and Mas-
sage
5324 Main St., Stephens City
540-868-9515
Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Closed on Sundays
540-635-2496
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FCPS Partners with Lord Fairfax Health District to Administer
Youth Risk Behaviors Survey on September 14
Frederick County Public Schools is partnering with the Virginia Department of Health’s Lord Fairfax
Health District and other school divisions in the Lord Fairfax Planning District (Clarke, Frederick, War-
ren, Shenandoah, and Page Counties and the City of Winchester) to administer the Center for Disease
Control and Prevention’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey to all eighth and 11th grade students on Friday,
September 14. Students will be asked to complete the survey during one of their regular class periods.
Completing the survey should only take about 30 minutes. Tere is no physical test or exam involved.
Schools Superintendent David Sovine says, “Our school division decided to participate in the Youth Risk
Behavior Survey because there is strong evidence that healthy students learn better. To improve academic
achievement and help ensure that students do not engage in behaviors that put their health at-risk, it is
critical to implement quality health programs, policies and activities based on data regarding the health-
risk behaviors in which students are engaged. Te data gathered through this survey will help local public
health ofcials and our schools identify areas of concern so that they can be addressed in the future.”
Te survey is designed to provide baseline data on six types of health risk behaviors that contribute to
the leading causes of death and disability among young adults, including: behaviors that contribute to
unintentional injuries and violence; sexual behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancy and sexu-
ally transmitted diseases; alcohol and other drug use; tobacco use; unhealthy dietary behaviors; and inad-
equate physical activity. Te survey also will assess the prevalence of obesity and asthma among youth in
the region.
Te results will help the Lord Fairfax Health District identify factors that may afect the health of the
area’s youth. Te results also will provide the data needed to access certain sources of funding in order to
improve health, education, and prevention programs in our community.
Te survey will be administered in a manner designed to protect student privacy. Students will com-
plete the self-administered questionnaire by recording their responses directly in a booklet that can be
scanned by a computer, on an answer sheet or on a survey booklet which contains no personal identi-
fers. Student responses will remain anonymous and students should be encouraged to provide truthful
responses.
Te parents of eighth and 11th grade students who do not want their child to participate in the survey,
may opt them out by completing the opt-out form that is being sent home with students on September 4.
No action is required by parents who want their child to participate.
Copies of the survey are available for review at all middle and high schools in Frederick County. Te
middle school survey can be accessed online at: http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/yrbs/pdf/question-
naire/2011_ms_questionnaire.pdf. Te high school survey can be accessed at: http://www.cdc.gov/
healthyyouth/yrbs/pdf/questionnaire/2011_xxh_questionnaire.pdf. Additional information is also avail-
able at: http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/yrbs/index.htm and http://www2.frederick.k12.va.us/yrbs.
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Community
To advertise, please contact:
Angie Buterakos: angie@FredCoReport.com or 540-683-9197
Alison Duvall: alison@FredCoReport.com or 540-551-2072
Te winning house in the ultimate backyard makeover
Te $10,000.00 Grand Prize win-
ner for Prosperity Landscaping’s re-
cent contest “Te Ultimate Backyard
Makeover” has been announced.
Tom and Kristy Steele of West Vir-
ginia won the $10,000.00 project and
are now the proud recipients of a
new paver walkway leading from the
driveway to their brand new paver
patio. Te walkway and patio have
been accented with new plant beds.
Te contest was a combined efort
of Prosperity Landscaping of Ste-
phen City, Va., who provided design
consultation and all the construc-
tion on the project, PAVESTONE
of Hagerstown, Md. who provided
all the construction materials and
Clear Channel Radio of Winchester,
Va. who ran the contest over the air
on three diferent radio stations and
provided advertizing support.
Over 200 people entered the con-
test by providing pictures of their
back yards along with a short para-
graph on why they felt deserving of
the “Makeover”. Of the 200 contes-
tants, Prosperity had the difcult
task of narrowing that number down
to the top three. Te pictures and
paragraphs of these three contes-
tants were then put on Clear Chan-
nels web site where Clear Channel
listeners would submit votes for their
favorite. After more than 1500 votes
the Steele’s emerged the winner.
Rick Settle and Brian Wismer
are the senior ofcers at Prosper-
ity Landscaping, Inc. Rick and Brian
want to thank Linda Fletcher, Sales
Representative of Clear Channel and
Doug Renshaw, Sales Representative
of PAVESTONE for their invaluable
help in making this event a great suc-
cess! Tey also wish to thank all of
the contestants who took their time
to provide their pictures.
UPCOMING “PATIO SHOW-
CASE” on Sat. Sept. 8th. Rain date
Sept. 15th
Prosperity Landscaping invites the
general public to come see this beau-
tiful project. If you’ve ever wanted a
beautiful outdoor living space this is
a “must see” event. Prosperity Land-
scaping designers and PAVESTONE
reps will be present to answer ques-
tions on the planning your new patio
and all the materials available for your
project. Light refreshments will be
served. Call Prosperity Landscaping
at 540-869-2004 for more details.
From left to right Doug Renshaw (sales representative for PAVESTONE
of Hagerstown, Md.), Rick Settle and Brian Wismer on the bench rep-
resenting Prosperity Landscaping of Stephens City and Linda Fletcher,
Representative from Clear Channel Radio in Winchester, Va.
Wednesday, September 26,
2012 @ 9:30 a.m.- Indian
Hollow Elementary School
Hot Air Balloon Assembly
RE/MAX Realty will be
bringing their hot air balloon
to Indian Hollow Elementary
School for an assembly which
will connect some of the con-
cepts students are learning in
their science classes with the
real-life application of fying
a hot air balloon. During the
assembly, several IHE staf
members will be given a ride
in the balloon. Te students
are determining which staf
members get to take a ride
by donating loose change to
the United Way. Te staf
members who have the most
change deposited into their
change jars will get to ride
in the balloon during the as-
sembly. It’s a project that will
help students learn science
concepts as well as some of
the FCPS Core Character
Traits and community ser-
vice.
Tradeshow Connecting Business & Community
9am - 10am
Brown Bag Breakfast “Sustainable Success”
Seminars throughout the day presented
by Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
Holiday Inn & Suites • 111 Hospitality Drive Front Royal, VA
For more information call 540-635-3185
or visit www.facebook.com/tradefest
Sponsors: Corporate Sponsors:
• Over 50 participating vendors representing
dozens of different industries
• Giveaways and door prizes throughout
the day
• Free and open to the public!
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WHAT DOES GREEN MEAN TO YOU?
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Wedding parties,
Homecoming, Prom,
You Name It!
Groups of 4 or more get
2 FREE eyebrow waxings!
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Angie Buterakos: angie@FredCoReport.com or 540-683-9197
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Community
Stephens City
Insurance Agency, Corp
5337 Main Street
Stephens City, VA
(540)868-9696
SCIAcorp@verizon.net
Immediate SR-22
Auto, Home, Renters, etc
HAIR DESIGNS
7716 Main St Middletown
at Middletown Courts
Open Tue-Fri
appointments or walk-
ins. Sat, available
by appointments
Call 868-1263
SNEAKERS
EDUCATIONAL
CHILDCARE, INC
ENROLLING NOW
(Ages 6 weeks - 5 years old)
Mon-Fri. 6AM-6:30PM
915 S. Cameron St.
540-535-2031
sneakerseducationalchildcare.com
Local Business Directory
Advertise your Business in our local Business Directory $20 for 4 WEEKS
Call 540-683-9197 or email angie@fredcoreport.com
Affordable Painting
& Home Improvement
Custom Interior / Exterior Painting
& Staining. Remodeling & Reno-
vation. Power Washing
Commercial and Residential
Free Estimates CALL Dave’s offce
at (540) 869-3506
or cell (540) 974-1563
a div of Dave Walker Homes, Inc.
A Harvest Gathering
Sat. Sept. 8th - 10am - 5pm
Stroll through two shops deco-
rated for the Fall season. Hand-
mades, antiques, jewelry, food,
artwork, and more. Bluegrass
band, “Five of a Kind” 11-3
The Miller House
5960 Valley Pike, Stephens City, VA
540-869-2148
Need A Tutor? Upward
Education In-Home
Tutoring Services. All
subjects, K-Adult. Af-
fordable rates. Quali-
fed Teachers.
540 409-4540.
www.upward-education.com
LFCC Ofers Career Coaching
and Job Placement Services
Middletown, and Luray, VA – Lord Fairfax Community College
(LFCC) is now ofering adult learners the opportunity to explore ca-
reer options and plan for a career. Trough a grant from the U.S.
Department of Labor, LFCC has employed two adult career coaches
and two job placement coordinators to assist with career assess-
ments, career planning/coaching, selecting a program of study, iden-
tifying funding options for classes, developing interview skills, and
writing resumes. Te grant, administered by Tidewater Community
College and the Virginia Community College System, was awarded
for three years under the Trade Adjustment Act Community College
Training Program. Virginia is one of six programs in the nation to
receive funding.
“Tis new program provides support to individuals in our com-
munity who are considering new careers,” said LFCC President, Dr.
Cheryl Tompson-Stacy. “LFCC is excited about this additional op-
portunity to help people in our community achieve their employ-
ment goals through education and training.”
LFCC’s program focuses on individuals who have lost a job or
anticipating layof, those who are interested in health care careers,
and veterans and their spouses. However, anyone who is unem-
ployed or underemployed is eligible for assessment services. Indi-
viduals are provided services in cooperation with the Virginia Em-
ployment Commission and the local One Stop Job Centers, who may
be able to provide funds for tuition and supportive services. Once
an individual has identifed a potential career feld, coaches work
with them to identify trainin¬g and education needs. Te job place-
ment coordinators then work with individuals to prepare them for
employment.
To contact an adult career coach or job placement coordi-
nator at Lord Fairfax Community College, call (540) 86-7000 or go
online to the College’s website, www.lfcc.edu .
Herby’s Barbershop
Wed. Thur. & Fri. • 9 to 4
Sat. • 9 to 1
Retired Captain of Law Enforcement
28 Years Service VA
(540) 869-8015
5335 Main St. Stephens City
Haircuts $10
Flattops $12 56 years experience licensed in VA, WV, & NC
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If you deliver for us, we’ll deliver for you.
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turn for your commitment to quality and safety, you will be
provided with all of the training and equipment required to
perform your job in a safe and courteous manner. You will
need to be prepared for fuctuations in your work schedule.
However, those persons that make the commitment will be
justly rewarded.
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• Clean driving record
• Drug screen, background checks, and physical required
• Customer service skills
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within the previous three (3) years in a vehicle with a GVW of
10,000 lbs or greater
• (6-12 months experience will be required to attend the SAFE
driving class, paid at minimum wage).
To apply, please go to www.volt.com/drivers and follow the
instructions for consideration. Please reference station #226
Volt is committed to equal opportunity/affrmative action (M/F/D/V),
and to diversifying their workforce.
The Warren County Fair presents the
2012 ATV DIRT DRAGS!
Warren County Fairgrounds
Adults - $10.00; Children 7-12 years - $5.00; Under 6 years - Free
For info. call Chris 540-931-4321
or Fair Offce 540-635-5827
Schedule/Dates/Times Subject to Change
www.warrencountyfair.com
wcfair@comcast.net
Rt 522/Fairground Rd. Front Royal
Sunday Sept. 9
Points Race
Reg. 11am • Race 1pm
Saturday Sept. 15
Points Race
Reg. 3pm • Race 5pm
Saturday Sept. 29
Reg. 3pm • Race 5pm
Saturday Oct. 13
Reg. 3pm • Race 5pm
Saturday Oct. 27
Points Race
Reg. 3pm • Race 5pm
RECIPE OF
THE WEEK
PUMPKIN BREAD
1-3/4 c. pumpkin
1/2 tsp. salt
3 c. sugar
1/2 tsp. baking powder
2/3 c. shortening
2 tsp. soda
4 eggs
1/2 tsp. cloves
2/3 c. water
1 tsp cinnamon
3-1/2 c. flour
1/2 c chopped nuts
Cream sugar, shortening
and add eggs, pumpkin
and water. Stir in dry
ingredients. Add nuts or
sprinkle on top for easier
cutting. Bake at 350
degrees for 1 hour. Use
2 greased loaf pans.
Compliments of Round Hill
Community Fire & Rescue.
Winchester, Virginia Cook-
books available by calling
Charlotte at 540-450-8470
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By Jonathan Lucci
Frederick County Report
As the heat of summer days has
given way to the cool evenings
of early September, high school
football has made its return to
Frederick County. Te 2011 sea-
son brought a great deal of suc-
cess to the proud traditions of the
region’s high schools, but each of
them is looking to achieve even
greater post-season success in
2012. As always, the path toward
the kind of success that leads to
the chill of football clashes on
November evenings in the play-
ofs starts in the grueling heat of
summer practices and the humid
evenings of the opening weeks of
a season.
Te Handley Judges seek to
build on the 2011 season, which
saw considerable success de-
spite their eventual playof loss
to Liberty. Te Judges opened
their season at home on Satur-
day August 25, defeating the Do-
minion Titans from Sterling in a
come-from-behind victory that
belied their undeniable youth at
many key positions. Te follow-
ing week’s contest was less kind
to the Judges, as they fell short
against Harrisonburg 32-21. On
Friday, Handley will travel up I-
81 to face of against powerhouse
Martinsburg. While the Bulldogs
will be favored heavily, the young
but talented Handley team will
look for the upset victory.
On their opening Friday night
of the year, the James Wood
Colonels defeated Heritage in
an away game in Leesburg by a
score of 30-27, thriving of of the
turnovers forced by their defense.
While their opener was a thrilling
victory built on defensive oppor-
tunism, the following week was
the exact opposite as the Colo-
nels were pounded by Loudon
Valley 52-19 in a disheartening
Sports
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scheduled for October
13 will be held every
Monday at 7pm at the
First United Methodist
Church, 308 N. Braddock
St in Wincheseter, VA
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defeat. Teir frst two weeks have
been a tale of two diferent defen-
sive eforts. Now the Colonels
inaugurate their home season on
Friday as they face of against the
Applemen of Musselman.
Coming of a heartbreaking
overtime playof defeat in 2011,
the Sherando Warriors are hoping
for another shot in the post-sea-
son this year. Last year the War-
riors fought the vaunted Bulldogs
of Martinsburg in a close defeat,
but this year was quite diferent.
In their opening game of the year,
Sherando was blown out 38-0 at
Martinsburg by the immensely
talented home team. Te fol-
lowing week saw a much closer
contest, but the same bitter result
as the Warriors lost to the Mus-
selman Applemen 21-19. Tis
Friday, the Warriors open their
home schedule in Stephen’s City
and attempt to get back on track
against Washington.
Te Millbrook Pioneers are
coming of a disappointing sea-
son in 2011 and their 2012 sea-
son opened with a disappointing
41-21 loss to Tuscarora at home.
However, the Pioneers showed
the strength of character that
growing programs need as they
defeated Broadway the following
week 27-14. Now at 1-1, Mill-
brook will attempt to build on
last week’s success as they face
Jeferson in their frst away game
of the year.
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THE BEST IN BUSINESS &
COMMUNITY NETWORKING”
Te 19th Annual Tradefest will be held on September 19th
at the award winning Holiday Inn & Suites, 111 Hospital-
ity Drive, Front Royal, Virginia. Te event will kick-of on
Wednesday, September 19th with a ribbon cutting
ceremony 11 a.m. Tradefest will be open to the public on
Wednesday, September 19th from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Tradefest is a trade expo with a goal connecting business to
community and organized to promote products and services
of the Front Royal-Warren County and Shenandoah Valley.
Tradefest 2012 will feature a number of informative
sessions for business owners and the general public. Te
Chamber of Commerce Small Business Committee will pres-
ent a Brown Bag Breakfast on Wednesday from 9 a.m. until
10:30 a.m. in the Jackson Board Room at the Holiday Inn &
Suites - “Sustainable Success” will feature a panel of success-
ful business owners discussing how they’ve been able to fnd
and/ormaintain success in a changing economy. Tere is
no charge for attendanceand light breakfast will be served.
Business owners and anyonecontemplating opening a busi-
ness is encouraged to attend. Rappahannock Electric Coop-
erative will also present informational sessions on their Co-
op Connections Card at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and Residential
Energy Efciency at3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Tese informational
sessions are free and open to the public.
Tradefest ofers a unique opportunity for businesses and
the general public to network and gain knowledge of prod-
ucts/services available in the region. Tere will be various
door prize drawings throughout the day and the
opportunities to network and make new connections are
endless.
Tradefest is organized by the Front Royal-Warren County
Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Rappahannock
Electric Cooperative, Sprint and Java Media. Corporate
sponsors of the event include: Northern Virginia Daily, Cul-
ligan
of Front Royal, Main Street Daily Grind, Te River 95.3 FM,
Jeans Jeweler’s, Linking You, Warren Memorial Hospital, and
Z104.9 Fresh Country. Tradefest is open to the public and
admission is free. For more information on how your busi-
ness can participate, please contact Pam Rife at 540-635-
3185 or <mailto:prife@frontroyalchamber.com>prife@
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Tis Football Season, Tailgate Without Worries
NSF International Ofers Tips on How to Avoid Food Poisoning Tis Fall
“Tailgating is as American a
tradition as football itself, but
foodborne illness can be a game
changer if proper food han-
dling practices aren’t followed,”
said Cheryl Luptowski, Public
Information Ofcer for NSF
International. “Taking simple
precautions can keep you, your
friends and family safe and let
you concentrate on enjoying the
game.”
Here are some tips to keep in
mind when tailgating:
1. Avoid false starts; Bringing a
meat thermometer to the game
will help you avoid taking food
of the grill too soon and serving
it undercooked to your fellow
fans. You can’t rely on your eyes
alone, so use an NSF-certifed
food thermometer to make sure
foods are cooked to the proper
minimum internal tempera-
ture: Whole or ground poultry
— 165º F. Ground meats (other
than poultry) — 160º F
Fresh fn fsh — 145º F. Fresh
whole (not ground) pork, beef,
veal — 145º F with a three-min-
ute rest time
2. Put your marinade on the
sidelines. When preparing for
the big day, keep your marinade
in bounds. If you need some for
basting, do not use marinade
that has come into contact with
raw meat. Instead, set aside a
small amount of prepared mari-
nade in a separate dish and bring
it to the game.
3. Play defense: Take defensive
measures to protect you and
your family against germs by:
Bringing wet wipes and
hand sanitizer to the game.
Make sure you sanitize your

hands frequently, especially
after putting raw meat on
the grill and before eating.
Bringing two sets of utensils
and dishes if grilling raw
meat — one for use with
raw foods, the other for
cooked foods.
Having a plastic bag handy
to store dirty utensils or
dishes that have touched
raw meats to prevent
spreading germs in a cooler
or in your car after the pre-
game meal.
4. Prepare for kickof.
Cooking outside makes it chal-
lenging to avoid cross-contami-
nation. Prepare for the big day
by packing three coolers: one for
your raw meats, another with
your pre-made foods (e.g. potato
salad, vegetables) and a third for
your beverages. Pack the food at
the bottom of the cooler and the


ice on top to better insulate the
food and keep it at a safe tem-
perature of 40° F. As partygoers
often open coolers to get drinks,
pack beverages in a separate
cooler to avoid frequent opening
of the coolers containing perish-
able foods.
5. Don’t let your food go into
overtime. While it’s tempting
to display your game day food
spread, it should not be left out
for more than two hours (or one
hour on days over 90° F) to avoid
bacterial growth. Keep perish-
able foods in coolers to help
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HORSES, PUMPKINS AND CHILI
SKYLINE RIDERS HORSE & PET 4H CLUB
Old Fashion Fall Festival
Horse and Pony Fun Show
Admission is Free
September 30, 2012
Rain date: November 7, 2012
Warren County Fairgrounds
Start time: 9:00 A.M. $4 per class or $20.00 all day
SKYLINE RIDERS MOUNTED DRILL TEAM TO OPEN SHOW
***Representatives for Medieval games***
CHILI COOK OFF
(Bring your favorite home cooked chili, set up a
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Friday September 7
9am Front royal United Methodist
women’s used book sale at 1 west
main. Sept 7, 9am-8pm, Sat Sept 8.
9am-2pm and Sun Sept. 9, noon-
2pm. Nice clean books in good con-
dition.
Saturday September 8
1pm to 4pm Open House at Tera-
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discounts, good food and free chair
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4pm Yard Party- Reliance United
Methodist Church Country Ham or
BB-Q Chicken Dinner. Adults: $10
- Children: (6-12) $5 Homemade
Ice Cream Available Beneft: Church
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Tursday September 13
10am to 12pm Te C-SPAN “Cam-
paign 2012” Bus will visit main cam-
pus from 10 a.m. to noon. Te bus is
free and open to the entire campus
community, but its primary mission
is to educate Shenandoah students
interested in government and the
political process. Te “Campaign
2012” bus is designed to provide an
interactive, self-guided multimedia
experience demonstrating C-SPAN’s
oferings and unique campaign cov-
erage. For more information on the
bus visit to Shenandoah University,
contact Dr. Bill Shendow, chair of
the Political Science Department, at
540/665-4697 or wshendow@su.edu.
Tuesday September 18
4pm to 8pm Original Tird Tuesday
Business Networking Event.It’s time
to reconnect, reunite, and revitalize
your business, Te Original Tird
Tuesdays Business Networking Eve-
ning will be held at Piccadilly’s Public
House, 2nd Floor, 125 E Piccadilly
St. Winchester, VA 22601. After tak-
ing a summer hiatus Dario Savarese
of Full Circle Marketing and René
Hollebrandse of Action Coach are
ready to help businesses reconnect
and jump start themselves for the
fnal two business quarters. Tis is a
great opportunity to meet and social-
ize with other businesses leaders and
owners. Everyone in the region is in-
vited to attend, bring a business card;
there is no cost and free appetizers.
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Friday September 19
10:30am Te Winchester Area
Newcomers Club, a social club for
women, will hold its next meeting on
Wednesday, Sept. 19 at the Opequon
Presbyterian Church in Kernstown.
For more information: 540-328-
0622; winchesterareanewcomers-
club@gmail.com or see our Web site:
http://www.winchesternewcomers-
club.org/. Te MOMS Club of Ste-
phens City invites all stay-at-home
moms and their children who reside
in Stephens City, White Post or Mid-
dletown to attend an Open House on
September 19 at 10 a.m. After a brief
informational meeting, the Frederick
County Sherif’s Dept. will be avail-
able for child safety seat checks. In
addition, there will be activities and
snacks for the children and a bake
sale. Contact Alanna Jenkins, Mem-
bership Vice President, by email at
scmommvp@yahoo.com for addi-
tional
information.
Saturday September 22
9:45 am to 5pm 13th Annual Apple
Butter Celebration at Skyland Resort,
Mile 41.7 on Skyline Drive Shenan-
doah National Park, VA. Te celebra-
tion starts at dawn with the lighting
of the fres and the flling of the cop-
per kettles. Te day long event will
include entertainment starting at
9:45 a.m. with singer Resi Linton fol-
lowed by the by Shenandoah Valley
Cloggers, High Horse Cloggers and
music from High Ground Blue Grass
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Skyland Resort chefs will prepare
grilled chicken with apple salsa, pork
ribs with apple barbeque sauce, cob-
bler, caramel apples, cider and other
fall-fruit themed delights. Wine tast-
ing, pony rides and children’s crafts
will also be ofered as will kettle-fresh
apple butter to take home.
7am to 12pm Te Middletown Vol-
unteer Fire and Rescue Auxiliary will
have a Pancake and Sausage Break-
fast at Middletown Fire Hall, 7855
Main Street. Te cost is $6 for adults
and $3 for children under 12. Take-
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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Your
ideas earn you the respect of your
colleagues. But you’ll have to pres-
ent some hard facts and figures if you
hope to persuade those who make the
big decisions to support you.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Keep
those bright Bull’s eyes focused on the
project at hand. Avoid distractions.
There’ll be lots of time for fun and
games later. Expect to get welcome
news this weekend.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You
soon might have to decide about mov-
ing a relationship from its current sta-
tus to another level. Don’t let anyone
influence your decision. It must be
yours and yours alone.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) You
finally can get off that emotional
roller coaster and get back to focusing
on your goals without interruptions
through the rest of the week. A nice
change is due by the weekend.
LEO (July 23 to August 22) Trying
to make an impression on some people
runs into a bit of a snag at first, but it all
works out. An old and almost forgot-
ten personal matter once again needs
attention.
VIRGO (August 23 to September
22) A rise in your energy level helps
you finish an especially demanding
task. Take some time now to spend
with family and friends before starting
a new project.
LIBRA (September 23 to October
22) This is a good time to re-establish
contact with trusted former associates
who might be able to offer good advice
regarding that career change you’ve
been contemplating.
SCORPIO (October 23 to Novem-
ber 21) Your resourcefulness com-
bined with a calm, cool approach help
you work your way out of a knotty
situation and avoid a potentially seri-
ous misunderstanding.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to
December 21) A calm, quiet period
allows you to recharge your energies.
But you’ll soon be ready to saddle up
and gallop off in pursuit of your goals.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to
January 19) Family matters need your
attention. Check things out carefully.
There still might be unresolved ten-
sions that could hinder your efforts to
repair damaged relationships.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru-
ary 18) It’s a good time to take a stand
and show as much passion on your
own behalf as you do when arguing for
the rights of others. You might be hap-
pily surprised by the reaction.
PISCES (February 19 to March
20) You bring sense and sensitivity
to a confusing situation. Things soon
settle down, leaving you free to enjoy
a weekend of fun and relaxation with
friends and family.
BORN THIS WEEK: You have a tal-
ent for being able to perceive possibili-
ties where others see only problems.
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• On Sept. 22, 1776, in New York
City, 21-year-old Nathan Hale, a cap-
tain in the Continental Army, is exe-
cuted by the British for spying. Before
being hanged, legend holds that Hale
said, “I only regret that I have but one
life to lose for my country.” There is
no historical record to prove that Hale
actually made this statement.
• On Sept. 18, 1793, George Wash-
ington lays the cornerstone to the
United States Capitol building. The
building would take nearly a century
to complete, as architects came and
went, the British set fire to it, and it was
called into use during the Civil War.
• On Sept. 23, 1846, German astron-
omer Johann Gottfried Galle discovers
the planet Neptune. The blue gas giant,
which has a diameter four times that
of Earth, has eight known moons and
a ring system containing three bright
and two dim rings.
• On Sept. 21, 1938, a powerful Cat-
egory 3 hurricane slams into Long
Island and southern New England.
Charlie Pierce, a junior forecaster in
the U.S. Weather Bureau, was sure
that the hurricane was heading for
the Northeast, but the chief forecaster
overruled him. All told, 700 people
were killed by the hurricane.
• On Sept. 19, 1959, in one of the
more surreal moments in the history
of the Cold War, Soviet leader Nikita
Khrushchev explodes with anger when
he learns he cannot visit Disneyland.
Government authorities feared that the
crowds would pose a safety hazard.
• On Sept. 17, 1965, four adven-
turous Englishmen arrive at a motor
show in Germany after crossing the
English Channel by Amphicar, the
world’s only mass-produced amphibi-
ous passenger car. On land, the cars
used a four-speed-plus-reverse manual
transmission. In the water, they used a
transfer case that had two speeds: for-
ward and backward.
• On Sept. 20, 1973, in a highly pub-
licized “Battle of the Sexes” tennis
match, top women’s player Billie Jean
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mer No. 1-ranked men’s player. Riggs,
a self-proclaimed male chauvinist,
had boasted that women were inferior.
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To advertise, please contact:
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Sports
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keep them at safe temperatures
as long as you can, and don’ttake
them out until right before it’s
time to eat.
6. Create a neutral zone. Come
prepared with trash bags and
create a neutral area to dis-
pose of garbage, empty cans or
bottles, and unwanted leftovers.
Keep your tailgating area neat
and avoid placing glass bottles
on the ground where they could
be tripped on or broken. When
game time is over, throw out
your garbage on your way out
of the stadium if possible rather
than leaving it in your car where
bacteria can grow and spread to
other surfaces in your car.
“Tailgating is a fun way to
celebrate before watching your
favorite team play, but can
be ruined if you don’t follow
the rules of food safety,” said
Luptowski. “Tese tips will keep
food poisoning at bay, and help
make the pre-game experience a
safe and happy one.”
Additional food safety infor-
mation can be found by visiting
http://www.nsf.org/consumer/
newsroom/kit_food_safety.asp
or contacting the NSF Con-
sumer Afairs Ofce at info@nsf.
org. About NSF International:
NSF International (www.nsf.org)
has been testing and certifying
products for safety, health and
the environment for nearly 70
years. As an independent, public
health and safety organization,
NSF is committed to protecting
and improving human health
on a global scale. NSF protects
families by testing and certifying
thousands of consumer goods
each year, including kitchen
products and appliances,
personal care products, dietary
and sport supplements, bottled
water, toys, pool and spa equip-
ment, water treatment systems,
plumbing fxtures and many
other products used in homes
every day. Look for the NSF
mark on products you purchase.
Operating in more than 150
countries, NSF is committed to
protecting families worldwide
and is a World Health Organiza-
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Food and Water Safety and In-
door Environment. In addition,
NSF also and certifes organic
food and personal care prod-
ucts through Quality Assurance
International (QAI).
(from a release)
Call today! 540-869-2004
P.O. Box 789
Stephens City, VA 22655
540-869-2004
www.prosperitylandscaping.com
Winners of
our Backyard
Makeover!
Showcase will be
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85 Remey Way, Inwood, West Virginia
Right before Martinsburg off I-81
The showcase will feature the project that went to the winner
of the The “2012 ULTIMATE Back Yard Makeover”. The project
consists of a beautiful serpentine walkway leading through iron
gates to the main patio. The new walkway is lined with a beau-
tiful planting. Steps completed with overlaid bull nosed pavers
lead from the patio up to the back door. Light refreshments will
be served. Open to the public, so come on out!
Congratulations!
DRILL TEAM COMPETITIONS
Sunday November 4th,
if rain November 11th, 2012
Warren County Fairgrounds,
Front Royal, VA
Sponsored by:
Skyline Riders Horse & Pet 4H Club
Competitions start at 10:00 a.m.
Cost per class, per horse ~ $8
All classes are youth and adult:
Youth 9 - 19, Adult over 19 years of age.
No riders under the age of 9 will be eligible for
riding or participating
All youth riders 9 - 19 must wear a helmet
Dogs must be on leash
A current (within 12 months) coggins required per horse.
Pre-registration required, must have
team/teams registered by, Oct. 25th, 2012
No practice area
Same horse and rider team may participate in up to 3 classes
To register your team/teams,
please call Debbi Garrett 540-422-1625
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Handyman Service
Call Shawn 540-440-6173
Tree and brush removal •
Plumbing •
Small engine repair •
Lawn service •
Tile work •
Junk removal •
Some car repair •
Painting •
Roof repair •
Fencing and fence repair •
Driveway sealing •
Tin roof sealing •
And painting
Metal fabrication •
Low rates •
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Alleged White House gatecrasher
and Real Housewives of DC star
Tareq Salahi will have his entire
gubernatorial campaign taped for a
reality documentary to air after the
November election, according to
campaign ofcials.
It is perhaps the frst-ever state-
wide political campaign flmed for
an independent reality show. Pub-
lic taping will begin at a campaign
kickof at Salahi’s Linden, Va. home
Sept. 16.
Although he and his ex-wife and
Real Housewives reality tv co-star
Michaele refused to answer ques-
tions before a congressional panel
probing their attendance at Presi-
dent Obama’s frst state dinner, Mr.
Salahi appears to have come around
to embrace the incident that imme-
diately thrust him into the national
spotlight and global stage. Te event
is being billed as the “Crash the
Candidate BBQ.” In addition to the
media and a camera crew of four,
the event ofers “entertainment, a
DJ, and a Hollywood green screen
photo op.” Further homage to the
state dinner incident can be found
in his campaign website’s name:
crashthevote.com
Te flm is tentatively called “In It
To Win It” and is being produced by
veteran PBS executive John Camp-
bell who now runs his own pro-
duction company. In a statement
Campbell said he approached Sala-
hi about doing the project not out of
any political motivation but rather
to focus on the human interest ele-
ment. “Here we have a guy who’s tri-
umphs and tribulations have been
aired globally...and he could have
easily hidden for a few years...yet he
didn’t,” Campbell said.
It is his frst political flm. Camp-
bell’s previous documentaries have
focused on a diverse range of topics
from U.S. Air Force Tunderbirds
to a Canadian folk/rock band to a
trip through the Adirondacks in a
1976 motor home.
Salahi concedes that one of his
motivations to run for governor
occurred in April when one of his
potential opponents, Va. Attorney
General Ken Cuccinelli announced
a lawsuit alleging that Salahi’s wine
tour company had violated the Vir-
ginia Consumer Protection Act, a
charge Salahi says he denies. Salahi
fled paperwork to enter the Repub-
lican primary the next day. Salahi’s
spokesman Eric Miller “took a shot
at Cuccinelli” in a statement to
CNN, saying the attorney general
had wasted “huge sums of taxpayer
dollars on witch hunt type investi-
gations,” including the lawsuit.
Salahi says he plans to announce
major pillars of his campaign plat-
form at the BBQ kickof but says
that a large focus will be on sup-
porting the military, both as an
economic force in the state and of
course the troops as well as boost-
ing Virginia’s small businesses in-
cluding the agriculture industry
and the economy in general. Salahi’s
family has decades of experience in
the wine trade.
Salahi currently has two co-
managers for the campaign, one of
whom is a former DoD stafer, Mark
Vargas and the other a former White
House stafer during the Reagan ad-
ministration, Andrea Ross.
Ross said the flmmakers aren’t
paying for any of the campaign ex-
penses and that royalties to Salahi,
if any, will likely come after the elec-
tion when the movie will air on an
unnamed national television net-
work or cable channel.
Ross describes herself as a fairly
private person and isn’t quite sure
what to expect when she ends up
on a tv show. “Tis isn’t Real House-
wives and I am not a drama queen.
Tis is a serious business to us.
We’re looking forward to getting
out there and meeting people and
getting people enthusiastic about
not just the democratic process but
about Virginia and her future. Peo-
ple havent seen this side of Tareq
before,” she said. “Most people don’t
even know that he has deep politi-
cal roots in Virginia and has served
three diferent Governors both Re-
publican and Democrat.”
Ross says for now they are fo-
cused on the kickof event. “We are
all looking forward to having people
in the local community be a part of
this. Anyone in the local commu-
nity. Tere is going to be a national
television show and they are a part
of what we booted a king out to be
able to do,” she said.
“We are excited for them to be a
part of that. Let’s face it, it is an ex-
citing thing.”
Te campaign event is Sunday,
September 16th at 5 pm at 440 Sce-
nic Overlook Drive, Linden, Va. For
more information visit the website
crashthevote.com
editor@warrencountyreport.com
A Virginia political campaign made for television
With cameras in tow, Tareq Salahi kicks of underdog bid for Governor’s mansion Sept. 16
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87’ Dodge Ram, W100, 4x4, Auto, titled,
$2, 500 OBO. Cal l 304-754-9829
(3/22)

Antique 1922 Ford T Touring. Runs good.
Has good tires, paint and upholstery. Near
Martinsburg, WV. $9500. Call 304-582-
1936 (3/22)
2003 Bounder motor home model 32W, 2
slide-outs, gas, excellent condition, sleeps
6, ducted A/C and heat, convection micro-
wave, 2 fat screen TV’s with DVD, satelite
TV, rear ladder, back-up camera, solar
battery charger, outside shower, automatic
leveling system, generator, 28K miles.
$37,000. Call 540-539-7206 (3/22)
Parts for a 1989 Ford Ranger, bought new,
never used: E-coil $80.00 and Evaporator
$60.00 or B.O. Call 540-683-9197
(7/20)
1991 Cadillac Deville light blue.Runs
wellmileage 100,400 $900. 869-3112
(7/26)
55 Ford Fairlane, new inside, new tires. Call
540-839-2827 for price (7/26)
1986 Ford truck with slide on camper, extra
Set wheels, $2900. Call 540-839-2827
(7/26)
1999 Honda Motorcycle, good condition,
low mileage. $1950 Call 540-839-282
(5/26)
88’ VW Vangon parts for sale. Located in
Middletown. Call 703-987-9678 (8/9)
Honda Ridgeline - All weather foor mats
- tan Used one winter - driver side mostly...
all others like new. $75.00 OBO 540-323-
0017 (8/23)
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DIVORCE with or without children $125.
Includes name change and property settle-
ment agreement. SAVE hundreds. Fast and
easy. Call 1-888-789-0198 24/7 or www.
Pay4Divorce.com
Stephens City Market Place every Saturday
in the parking lot in front of Bearly Believ-
able (7/13)
TV FREE 32 inch Zenith Console - Wood
cabinet - with remote control. Excellent
working condition. Cable ready.Stephens
City, VA all for directions. Home: 540-
869-4153 Cell: 549-535-9282 (8/9)
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FOR SALE MISC. FOR SALE FOR SALE
Kiosk for sale. Sink and refrigerator built
in. Best offer. Salon mate nail technician’s
table. Black with marble top, used twice,
$25. Stainless steel 3 shelf rolling cart. Used
in a former Daily grind. Excellent condition.
$200 or best offer.
Call 540-305-9664 (12/27)
2 Refurbished Dell Latitude and Inspiron
Laptops. Windows XP, 512MB. In very good
condition other than some minor scratches
on top cover. $100 and up.
Call 540-514-1412 for details. (10/13)
1998 Cadillac Seville Service Manuals, 3-
volume set, $35. Ford Thunderbird/Cou-
gar Shop Manual, $25. Biscuit Jointer, EC,
complete with instruction manual, $40.
Makita Recipro Saw, EC with blades and
instruction manual, $75. Heavy Duty foor
jack, $125. Craftsman Skillsaw. $20.00.
Call 540-635-6947 (12/6)
Scooter for Sale: Excellent condition, less
than 300 miles. 100 miles/gallon. $800
includes; cover, lock, and helmet. 540-533-
1472. (6/28)
Outer Banks Beach Club - Beach Road. MP 9
Nagshead, NC. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath (Sleeps 6)
September Week 38 $3,600.
Call 540-667-2031 (11/22)
Roof Slates for Sale - Original antique 1891
slates removed from the Strasburg Museum
building when a new roof was installed. 12 X
6 3/4. Benefts the Strasburg Museum. Call
540-450-6361, 540-465-5570 or 540-465-
3728. Pick them up: $10 each. Mail: $10 plus
shipping and handling. Lots of 100 or more:
$7 each
Used only for browsing --$777.00 Call 540-
545-2052.The iMac “Core i3” 3.06 21.5-Inch
Aluminum (Mid-2010) is powered by a dual
core 3.06 GHz Intel “Core i3” I3-540 (Clark-
dale) processor with a dedicated 256k level
2 cache for each core and a 4 MB shared
level 3 cache. In lieu of a system bus, it has a
“Direct Media Interface” (DMI) that “connects
between the processor and chipset” at 2.5
GT/s.
Bull and commercial heifer sale. Angus
polled herefords, balancers, gelbviehs, black
baldies. Friday, December 2 @ noon. Knoll
Crest Farm. Red House, VA 434-376-3567
(11/22)
Baseball Bats: Little League, aluminum. Have
3 bats. Cushioned grip, some wear but in
good condition. $25 each. Air Hockey Table-
7 foot. Brand New! $150. NY Giants hooded
winter coat. Boy’s size Medium. In very good,
like- new condition $25. Baby/Dog Gate: 3 ft
high metal. Has 4 sections and is adjustable
to over 5 feet wide. Used for a short time—in
good condition. $50.00 frm. Can email pic-
tures. Call 540-723-0285 (6/14)
White Crosley heavy duty washer with 20
lb. capacity. Good Condition. $100. Please
call 540-336-9531 after 6PM. (8/9)
Admiral Heavy Duty Dryer - like new, with 5
cycles and 3 temperature settings. Very nice.
$200.00. Please call 540-336-9531 after
6PM. (8/9)
Print: LN, framed and matted, 31 x 42, Vic-
torian Lunch, have original receipt $111. Call
540-550-6674
Woolrich Hunting Coat and pants. Set size is
44 coat & 36 pants. Very warm $75.00 Good
condition Call 540-665-0463
15 Cubic Foot Upright Freezer. Good Condi-
tion $200.00. 540-869-5073
Chest freezer $50. Cross Junction. Call
703-936-6681 (2/10)
Three dorm refrigerators for sale: three
different sizes, $65-85.
Call 540-869-7977 (12/20)\
Crossbow (Similar to Bowfex) Good Con-
dition. $125 If interested, please call 540-
622-2424.
Whole body vibration exerciser
Brand new in box. $250.00
Call 540-869-3388 6/14)
Treadmill - ProForm $70 Stephens City
423-470-6911 6/14)
Pipe Rack for full size pickup. $195.00
Call 540-665-0463 (6/28)
High-def projection TV for sale. 50-inch
Toshiba. 5 years old, New lamp, Excellent
condition. $250. Call #540-869-7571.
Love Seat for sale. Floral print cushions
with wicker trim. Good condition. $50.
Call #540-869-7571 (6/28)
White Crosley heavy duty washer with 20
lb. capacity. Good Condition. $100. Please
call 540-336-9531 after 6PM.
30” NATUAL GAS RANGE four years old -
white $125.00 (540) 869-3506 (8/9)
17 cubic foot refrigerator $125.00. Call
(540) 869-3506 (8/9)
Daytona Beach Timeshare for sale
$1900.00. Availabe the 3rd week of Janu-
ary. Located on the beach. 2 bdrm, 2 bath,
sleeps 6. Call 540-338-7581 (8/23)
Saturday, September 22. 8 AM – 2 PM.
SCSM and friends are cleaning house! We
have gently used household and kitchen
goods, toys, books, computers, printers,
offce supplies, and more. 76 W. Shirley
Avenue Warrenton, VA 20186. RAIN OR
SHINE. All proceeds go to Spiritual Care
Support Ministries (Entrance donation
of $10 requested from those who come
before 8 am) Contact Chaplain Liz Dan-
ielsen, 540/349-5814 for questions or to
donate
TO PAY HOSPITAL BILLS. SEPTEMBER 8,
2012, 8 AM - 2 P.M. NORTHSIDE AUTO
REPAIR, 740 N. LOUDOUN STREET, WIN-
CHESTER, VA. 22604. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
TABLES, SEWING MACHINE, BABY ITEMS,
BABY CLOTHES, COOLERS, DISHES, BAKE
SALE ITEMS. INFO 540-667-8123
Queensize Antique Sledbed frame, $225
obo, leave a message,
540-869-3521 (7/13)
Carmate Trailer, 5x10’ Green Exc. cond.,
toolbox, ramps, sidedoor, tire & tire rack,
can been seen @ 1045 Tasker Rd., 540-
869-6188 (7/13)
Baldwin Piano, cherry fnish with Queen
Anne legs. One owner, purchased in 1991.
Keys in excellent condition/needs tuned.
$1500.00 OBO (7/26)
Refrigerator: Black Maytag Side by Side
Refridgerator w/ Icemaker & water on
front door. Freezer on bottom. EC - MSTA.
$600 frm. Please call 540-336-9531 af-
ter 6:30PM (8/23)
Washer & Dryer: Matching beige colored
set of Whirpool lg. capacity washer &
dryer. VGC . $350/BO.
Commercial Space for Lease. Prime Loca-
tion in Historic Downtown Strasburg. Pre-
Civil War Building with Period Restoration.
Log and Brick with Wide Plank Floors.
New 3 Zone Heat/Air. 4 Exterior Doors.
110 N. Massanutten Street. Monthly Rent
$1,500.Off-street parking available. Call
Wendy Connor (540)975-0390
(11/16)
1,100 sq.ft. offce space for rent in the
Winchester area. Call 540-539-7095
(6/28)
Modern two bedroom single family home/
built 2007. Secluded--- located in center
of 6 acre heavily wooded lot. Close to
James Woods H.S. and Valley Health.
Attached garage - Heat pump /central air
- Corian counter tops - Energy effcient
front load washer and matching dryer -
Kenmore stove/oven - Raised deck in back
- Kenmore side by side refrig w/dispens-
ers - Ceiling fans (3). Last three electric
bills averaged $35. No water or sewage
costs. Internet ready. Available September
or possibly August. Please email --princ-
eton61@yahoo.com for more information
or call 210 744-1986 (6/28)
Autumn Glen/Stephens City, VA - Two
bedroom duplex; double door garages;
8-ft back yard fence;carpet; stove/refrig-
erator/dishwasher included. - $1,300 per
month/$1,400 deposit and credit check.
Call: 540-247-9456 (7/26)
3 bdrm, 1 bath, nice lot, storage building. 229
Shenandoah Ave, Winchester 540-839-2827
(5/26)
1 br corporate rental in Front Royal VA.
Bath, kitchen, large master br. Liv. rm.
All furniture provided for you. Plus, cable,
internet, electric, and water. Call 540-
622-6940, 11 - 5pm. No pets or smok-
ing (1/24)
Roommate needed for corporate housing
short term lease only $760.00 includes
rent, utilities, and furniture. Call 540-622-
6940 (1/17)
Outer Banks / Kitty Hawk, N.C. SeaScape
Beach & Golf Villa Resort. www.SeaScape-
villas.com. April Week or October Week 2
Bedrooms, 2 Bath, Sleeps 6. Fully Stocked
Condo. $2,200.00 Call 540-667-2031 for
info (8/9)
Clean Townhouse for rent in Winchester,
VA.3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, kitchen ap-
pliances, gas heat, central air. NO PETS
CREDIT CHECK $770.00 MONTHLY PLUS
$770 SECURITY DEPOSIT Call (540) 869-
3506 (8/9)
Bach French Horn with hard case. Standard
single yellow brass with fxed bell. A good
horn for beginners and intermediate stu-
dents. $750.00 OBO Call 540-323-0017
for more information (8/23)
Baldwin Piano, cherry fnish with Queen
Anne legs. One owner, purchased in 1991.
Keys in excellent condition/needs tuned.
$1500.00 OBO 540-323-0017
MOD AND THE ROCKERS…NOW. Vinyl record
album released locally in 1967. Will pay $200
cash for a copy in good condition.Call 540-877-
2293
Help Wanted- the Front Royal Diner is NOW
hiring, please call 845-391-4766 for ap-
point. (6/28)
Small scooter & van lift Looking for a
donation. Please call Mary or Willis at
540-868-8800
Entertainment Center: Light Oak with
glass doors-lots of storage. (64” wide X
58” high X 23” deep) Very good condition.
Can e-mail picture $300.00 Call 540-723-
0285 (3/22)
VINTAGE TEA ROSE - PURE ELEGANCE
comes with settee, 4chairs, coffee table,
and end tables. Mohagany dining room
table, two black leather chairs, kitchen
table, 3 printers, print stand, offce desk,
large and small paintings, 2 foor size rugs,
sewing machine. Call 540-686-5769
(2/23)
FOR RENT
AUTOS
MISC.
FOR RENT
WANTED
FURNITURE
Black Tappan Electric Stove with 4 burners and
2 shelves in oven. Purchased new and used only
1 year. $150.00 or Best Offer. Please call 540-
336-9531 after 6PM. (8/9)
Black Maytag Side by Side Refridgerator with
freezer on the bottom and an ice maker. Pur-
chased new for $2200.00 and only used for 2
years. Will sell for $800.00. Please call
540-336-9531 after 6PM. (8/9)
MUSIC
YARD SALE
50 GALLON
WATER
HEATER
USED
$100.00
540-683-9197
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lent investment, nice rural neighbor-
hood. Henry County between Danville
and Martinsville. Tract 1: 69.8 acres;
Tract 2: 78.2 acres. 276-340-5344.
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UNRESTRICTED LAND – Okay for mo-
bile home. 2 wooded acres in Nelson
County. 10 minutes to James River
boat launch. $35,900. I fnance –
nothing down – 434-444-5088
11 ACRES in Rockbridge Co, beauti-
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stream. Some woods. Nice view. Lots
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LAND FOR APARTMENTS – 14 acres
zoned for hundreds of apartments.
All utilities. On major highway near
regional hospital. Near I-81/64. We’ll
install signal. $995,000 540-294-
2007
VIRGINIA ACREAGE! BUY DIRECT
FROM BANK 4 + Acres, stream, next
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MEDICAL CAREERS begin here – Train
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AIRLINE CAREERS begin here-Be-
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AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER – Train to
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DIVORCE with or without children
$99.00. Includes name change and
property settlement agreement. SAVE
hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 1-888-
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NOW HIRING: Companies desperately
need employees to assemble prod-
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$500 weekly potential. Info. 1-985-
646-1700 DEPT. VA-4062. Fee.
Could you imagine if John Mayer,
Santana, Victor Wooten, and John
Bonham were put in a room together
to create music? Frankly, we couldn’t
either, but Winchester has the next best
thing. Bobby Crim, Rex Renner, John
Hayes and Alex Swafford is Three-
sound. Formed in Winchester in 2010,
Threesound was born in Millbrook
High’s band room, at the time under
the direction of the prestigous Michael
Ward.
Threesound meticulously incorporates a wide variety of popular mu-
sic to create a sound that is both catchy and original. Their presence on
stage is that of a refned rock band whose music transcends their age.
Covering everything from Electric Avenue to Electric Feel, Threesound
respectfully pays due to their infuences all set long. They play the lo-
cal bars frequently and amaze the adult crowd, when they themselves
aren’t even old enough to drink. Threesound has even played at re-
nowned NOVA venue Jammin Java, which has featured such nationally
known acts as Sixpence None the Richer, Nick Jonas and Paramore.
Their self titled EP was recorded at Cue Recording Studios last fall and
they are cutting their frst full-length album this winter. For more infor-
mation and free downloads check them out on facebook.com (face-
book.com/threesoundband)
(from a release)
September 7
Gallows Bound @ First Friday in downtown
Winchester. 7:30pm
September 13
Challenger @ Sweet Carolines, Winchester. 7pm
September 28
Challenger @ The Attic, Luray
October 27
Sin City Gamblers Reunion & All Hallows
Throwdown 2012 featuring The DeadNeks,
Gallows Bound & Dead Television @ Island De-
lights Resturant/bar. Starts @ 8pm.
$12 at the door. 18+
November 3
Threesound @ Del Rio
(Autism Awareness Beneft Show)
November 10
Daycare Swindlers, Two Man Advantage, Kill
The Car, Walk The Plank, Supreme Commander @
Island Delights Resturant/bar. Starts @ 9pm.
$8 at the door. 18+
You can email rob@wcrtv.com if you would like to be our
featured artist or have an local artist event listing
Professional
House Cleaning
Free Estimates!
Call Tracey @
540-323-1960
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