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Volume IV, Issue 14
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Republicans
Politics on parade for Middletown’s 4th of July celebration
By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Politics were in the air during
Middletown’s 4th of July parade.
Both Democrats and Republicans
had enthusiastic supporters march-
ing, even though the temperature
never dropped below 99 degrees.
All of the Republican candidates,
presidential contender Mitt Rom-
ney, senatorial candidate George
Allen and Rep. Frank Wolf had con-
ficting engagements and could not
attend. Wolf has walked in Middle-
town’s parade in the past.
Te group of nine Republican
supporters sported “Wolf Pack”
t-shirts. One supporter carried
a “Don’t Tread on Me” fag and
pulled a wagon which was followed
by a golf cart. Big campaign signs
were carried and a pickup truck
was fully decorated with campaign
signs. Former Middletown Mayor
Mark Brown was overheard coun-
seling the Republicans to throw lots
of candy.
Frederick County GOP leader
Mike Lindsay was asked what his
candidates would do to help the
small communities throughout the
Shenandoah Valley. “Jobs, Jobs,
Jobs” was his response. Lindsay said
that putting people to work would
help the economy. No details were
provided on how the jobs would be
created.
Lindsay said he was thrilled with
the “great turnout” for an “awesome
parade.” He was glad to be “bring-
ing people together.” Te Frederick
County Republicans plan on doing
most of their campaigning the old-
fashioned way: by going door to
door. Local Republicans are looking
forward to the “Rally in the Valley”
in September and other campaign
events. Tey will be opening a
headquarters in Winchester soon.
Democrats were also out in force.
Over forty two people—and several
of their four-legged supporters—at-
tended the parade. Although Presi-
dent Obama was a no-show, both
congressional candidate Kristin
Cabral and senate candidate Tim
Kaine and his wife Ann Holton
marched in the event. Kaine has
marched in many of Middletown’s
parades.
Cabral said she would help the
communities in the Shenandoah
Valley by focusing on job creation,
public safety, a strong national
defense and by providing good
schools, good roads and a clean
environment. She was happy with
her launch in Leesburg and said she
is pleased with the response she is
getting from the public.
Kaine had the most detailed re-
sponses as to how to help the com-
munities in the Shenandoah Valley.
To be fair, he has a long track re-
cord, having served as a missionary
in Latin America, as mayor of Rich-
mond, as Lieutenant Governor and
Governor of Virginia followed by a
stint as Chairman of the Democrat-
ic National Committee. Kaine said
that as governor he used economic
development tools to bring busi-
nesses to rural Virginia. He named
a number of companies that relo-
cated to Harrisonburg and Danville.
He said he also focused on tax cred-
its, conservation easements and us-
ing agricultural crops for energy
as tools to help the region. Kaine
also stressed that he “knows how to
deal with fscal issues” and that he
would “do what is right” when deal-
ing with the federal budget. Kaine
said he is adamant that the parties
need to work together for the good
of the nation and insisted he will
work with the next president, no
matter which party is in power.
According to Winchester City
Council member Evan Clark, both
candidates are doing a lot of local
events. He said people are both
“pleased” and “responding to” the
messages of both candidates.
After the parade, the Young Dem-
ocrats hosted a party to plan future
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Rachel Fincham Taylor
Rachel Fincham Taylor, 78, of Winchester, died Friday, June
29, 2012 in Winchester. Memorials may be made to Blue
Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork Street, Winchester, VA 22601.
Mary Bernadine Fletcher
Mary Bernadine Fletcher, age 91, of Winchester, Virginia,
died Saturday, June 30, 2012, in Lynn Care Center, Front
Royal, Virginia. Memorial contributions may be made to
SPCA, 115 Featherbed Lane, Winchester, VA 22601
Bernice “Bunny” Braithwaite
Mrs. Bernice Ann “Bunny” Braithwaite, age 73, of Win-
chester, VA, died Saturday, July 7, 2012, at Winchester
Medical Center. Contributions in Bunny’s memory may be
made to Millwood Station Fire and Rescue Company 21, 250
Costello Drive, Winchester, VA 22603
Donald G. Mickelson
Donald George Mickelson, 69, of Stephens City, Virginia
died Tursday, July 5, 2012 in the Winchester Medical Cen-
ter. Te family will receive friends on Wednesday from 1:00
– 2:00 PM at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the
donor’s choice.
Rose Ann Proietti
Rose Ann Martino Proietti, 86, of Frederick County, Vir-
ginia, died Monday, July 9, 2012, at Te Cottage at Spring
Arbor. Memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge
Hospice, 333 West Cork Street, Suite 405, Winchester, Vir-
ginia 22601
Vera E. Sabo
Vera Eugenia Stephanof Sabo, 73, of Winchester, Virginia
died Sunday, July 8, 2012 in the Blue Ridge Hospice Residen-
tial Center. Memorial contributions may be made to Blue
Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork St., Suite 405, Winchester, VA
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GW forest fre
Earth, wind, fre - and sky? A tumultuous weather week
Did a UFO – unidentifed falling object – start GW Forest fre?
By Roger Bianchini
Frederick County Report
County residents who witnessed a
bright object fall from the June 24th
night sky in the area where a fre in
the George Washington National
Forest broke out the following day
wonder if the two events are related.
– And they are asking still unan-
swered questions about what it was
they saw fall shortly before midnight
the evening of Sunday, June 24.
And whatever it was that Michael
Hayes and friends saw descend into
the area where a fre was reported
the following day around 1:30 p.m.
and from which they saw an orange
glow emanate from upon impact
around 11:50 p.m. the previous
night, it was the beginning of a wild
weather week.
After a week, despite the eforts of
what had grown to a force of 219 re-
sponders from multiple agencies and
several states, as of July 5, the oc-
casionally wind-driven GW-Jefer-
son Forests fre had grown to 1,192
acres.
Te fre, known as the “point-2”
fre grew progressively throughout
its frst week, cited around 50 acres
its second day of existence, over 100
acres Wednesday, June 27; 623 acres
by Friday, June 29; 824 acres June 30;
990 acres July 3; and 1,162 acres July
4. Forest ofcials told us on June 30,
that the Derecho storms despite the
devastation described in a press re-
lease from the governor’s ofce on
July 2, had “laid the fre down a little
– it didn’t put it out.”
GW Forest Information Ofcer
Ted Cofman said at least four de-
partments, including the National
Forest Service, the Virginia Depart-
ment of Forestry, the National Oce-
anic and Atmospheric Administra-
tion, as well as Warren County Fire
& Rescue led the initial response. In
addition to aerial dumping of water
on the fre, containment lines were
being bulldozed to try and create an
area without forest growth to fuel the
fre and stop its progress. Tree heli-
copters and three bulldozers were
involved in fghting the fre.
Te Derecho event
While the thunderstorms storms
of Friday night – at our house it
sounded like a tornado approach-
ing the middle of Front Royal – only
dampened that fre’s progress, they
left over 27,000 Shenandoah Valley
Electrical Cooperative customers
without power on Friday and Sat-
urday, June 29-30, as temperatures
skyrocketed to around 100 degrees
Fahrenheit.
Over 2000 U.S. high temperature
records were set in the seven-day
period between June 27 and July
3, Democracy Now reported while
questioning how increasing patterns
of weather extremes in not only the
U.S., but worldwide are reported by
the mainstream, corporate-owned
media – none dare suggest it might
involve climate change and global
warming. One climatologist inter-
viewed said extreme weather pat-
terns like the current heat wave,
previously experienced at 20-year
intervals, were likely to begin occur-
ring at two-year intervals in the near
or immediate future
In the mid-Atlantic region as
many as 5 million were reported to
have been out of power, with half
that number still without power the
evening of July 1. Te June 29 storm
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front, known as the Derecho event,
was cited by Governor Bob McDon-
nell’s ofce as of historic and fatal
dimensions. Press releases from the
governor’s ofce through July 5, cited
19 deaths, 13 directly from the storm
and six from heat problems after an
estimated 1.2 million Virginians lost
power due to the storms.
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Tings that fall from the sky
But back to that thing that fell
from the sky on Sunday night, June
24 – Michael Hayes said he saw what
he initially thought was a refection
of a red refector on a tractor on his
father’s property around 11:50 p.m.
Sunday night, June 24 – until he real-
ized the tractor was not on that sec-
tion of the property.
“At frst it looked like a small cres-
cent, like a crescent moon. Ten as
it was falling it became elongated
until it came down on Massanut-
ten Mountain,” Hayes told us. He
described what he initially saw fall-
ing from the sky as about fnger nail
size. “When it came down there was
an orange glow right from the area
the fre was frst reported in the next
day.”
Hayes was looking toward the
George Washington National For-
est from the area of Rocky Lane and
Panhandle Road.
With their curiosity up, around 5
p.m. Monday, Michael, cousin Codey
Hayes and friend Satchel McClellan
drove to the top of Fort Valley to get
another view of the windswept fre
they had watched spread from the
previous evening’s “ground zero” on
Massanutten throughout Monday
afternoon, June 25.
While near the top of Fort Valley
Road they encountered a moderate-
sized fatbed truck with something
about the size of a go-kart covered by
a tarp going the other way. Te fat-
bed, about dump truck length and
width Codey estimated, was fanked
front and back by fre trucks, though
they were not sure what departments
those trucks were from (we’ve gotten
no response from any local depart-
ment on any deployment to the area
on such a call).
What really attracted their atten-
tion was a message picked up on a
scanner application on a cell phone
inquiring about “an estimated ETA
at Mt. Weather” (the FEMA facil-
ity in Clarke County of Route 7),
with a reply estimating an hour and
half. While they were not sure of the
source of the call or its recipient, the
coincidence of timing was enough to
send their, and our, imaginations fy-
ing – a fallen piece of a spy satellite,
a lost training mission unmanned
drone – who knows …
And disappear into the mist
Around 3 p.m. on Wednesday,
June 27, we contacted GW National
Forest Public Information Ofcer
Stephanie Bushong. She told us she
had no information on any object
falling from the sky or such an event
having any connection to the fre frst
reported at 1:30 p.m. on June 25.
We told Bushong we had eyewit-
ness reports of both a light descend-
ing the previous night in the area the
fre was frst reported in the follow-
ing day, as well as of a go-kart-sized
object covered by a tarp being trans-
ported from the area accompanied by
fre trucks late Monday afternoon.
Bushong reacted by hurriedly get-
ting our contact information and tell-
ing us she would get back to us. After
two days without a reply, we called
back on Friday, June 29. Tis time we
talked to another GW Forest Service
Public Information ofcer, Ted Cof-
man.
After updating the fre status info,
we re-broached our “things that fall
from the sky” theory of the fre’s ori-
gin.
Like Bushong two days earlier,
Cofman said he had no such infor-
mation.
When we revisited our eyewitness
reports, Cofman attempted to bring
us back to earth.
“If something fell out of the sky
in there, it’s probably still there. It’s
pretty remote,” Cofman pointed
out.
Undeterred and always suspicious
of ofcial silences on potentially
“spacey” events and theories, we
asked if he could check with Bush-
ong on her promised inquiry into
what Michael Hayes and friends saw
on June 24 and 25.
He said he would … tick, tick, tick
- six days and counting …
PS - the cause of the fre is ofcially
listed as “lightning” – sure, why not
swamp gas too – and it must have
been heat lightning the evening of
June 24.
GW forest fre
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By Roger Bianchini
Frederick County Report
A 15-page complaint in a $5.35-
million lawsuit alleges six causes of
action against Human Life Inter-
national, the international pro-life
advocacy group Father Tomas Eu-
teneuer headed for a decade as presi-
dent, and the Arlington Catholic Di-
ocese. Included in the complaint are
graphic accounts of truly perverse
behavior that went on to a great ex-
tent, plaintif Jane Doe contends, un-
der the roof of what is billed as the
world’s largest pro-life organization,
headquartered in Front Royal, Vir-
ginia.
While neither Euteneuer nor his
home diocese is named, HLI, its en-
dowment and the Arlington Diocese
where plaintif Jane Doe took her sto-
ry of over two years of abuse on July
7, 2010, is, along with the diocese’s
presiding Bishop Paul S. Loverde and
the Arlington Diocese corporate en-
tity.
Euteneuer headed HLI for a decade
(2000-2010) and become the highly
public face of the anti-abortion, pro-
life lobby in the United States and
around the world. During that ten-
ure he was under the auspices of the
Palm Beach, Florida Diocese.
We contacted Palm Beach Diocese
Communications Director Dianne
Laubert to ask if the diocese had
reached an out-of-court settlement
for itself, Father Euteneuer, or both,
that might explain their absence as
defendants in the Jane Doe lawsuit.
Laubert declined comment for the
diocese, suggesting we contact the
plaintif’s attorneys for that informa-
tion. As of July 5, attorneys for Doe
declined comment as well.
Abuse allegations
At the center of the complaint are
not only alleged acts of sexual, psy-
chological and spiritual abuse by a
perpetrator that could only be de-
scribed as sexual predator if true,
but the negligent complicity of those
with direct supervisory control of the
priest.
Doe is alleged to have frst sought
Euteneuer’s spiritual help in late Feb-
ruary 2008 and signed a contract of-
fered by the priest for “spiritual min-
istries” that included travel to HLI
headquarters for that ministry.
His treatment and abuse is alleged
to have begun within a month and by
April 2008 the priest told Jane Doe
he had received church authoriza-
tion to conduct exorcisms on her.
Te complaint states that with one
break in July 2010, that abuse con-
tinued at various locations through
August-September 2010.
“During the following weeks, dur-
ing every meeting, Euteneuer became
progressively persistent in touch-
ing the Plaintif inappropriately. He
kissed the corners of her mouth;
stroked her legs, breasts and things,
caressed her face; laid his body on
top of hers; and frequently explained
full, passionate kisses as ‘blowing the
Holy Spirit into’ her,” the complaint
states. Later abuse included “digital
(fnger) penetration” of the victim,
requests she touch his penis, contin-
ued fondling and overnight sleeping
in an HLI guest bedroom, the com-
plaint also alleges.
Te lawsuit states Human Life In-
ternational ofcials were fully aware
of their president’s so-called “spiri-
tual ministries” and exorcism rituals
conducted within their Front Royal,
Virginia, headquarters; and even al-
lowed Jane Doe to be employed there
by her alleged abuser in the midst
of two-and-a-half years of sexually-
tinged “spiritual therapy.”
Te $5.35-million lawsuit is fled
in the name of Jane Doe in an at-
tempt to keep private the identity of
a victim the complaint describes as a
vulnerable and psychologically trou-
bled, and now emotionally-scarred
woman. Te lawsuit fled by Fairfax
attorneys Demetry Pikrallidas and
Robert T. Hall alleges multiple counts
of Assault, Battery, Intentional Infic-
tion of Emotional Distress, Negligent
Entrustment and Negligent Reten-
tion resulting from the alleged acts
committed by then HLI President Fa-
ther Tomas Euteneuer. A combined
total of $5 million in compensatory
and $350,000 in punitive damages is
being sought from the defendants by
plaintif Jane Doe.
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HLI
Reacting to its being cited as a de-
fendant in Jane Doe’s $5.35 million
lawsuit, on June 28 Human Life In-
ternational issued a press release dis-
tancing itself from the alleged sexual
abuse the lawsuit says often occurred
on its property by the priest then
serving as its president.
“To the extent Father Euteneuer
has already admitted to engaging in
highly inappropriate and gravely sin-
ful conduct with a young adult wom-
an, we can only emphasize that such
behavior was never within the scope
of his employment with HLI. We in-
tend to vigorously defend HLI from
the false accusations made against
it, and we are undeterred in pursu-
ing HLI’s mission to build a culture of
life and protect the unborn,” the HLI
press release of June 28 states.
How a jury requested to hear the
lawsuit might react to HLI’s attempt
to distance itself from admitted
“grave harm” to an adult, post-em-
bryonic person the lawsuit states it
eventually employed and set up at a
desk directly across from the ofce
of her alleged abuser, remains to be
seen.
In fact, Euteneuer is the author of
a book on exorcism, “Exorcism and
the Church Militant,” published by
HLI in June 2010. HLI decided not
to reprint any further editions of the
book after it sold out shortly after
Euteneuer’s recall. At the time, HLI
ofcials indicated there was nothing
substantially wrong with the book’s
content but decided that promotion
of exorcism was not a main focus of
the HLI mission.
“It was decided not to reprint the
book as HLI no longer had Fr. Eu-
teneuer on hand to promote and
explain his book. HLI’s mission has
always been to work for a culture of
life around the world and confront all
who threaten the dignity of the hu-
man person,” HLI public information
ofcial Adam Cassandra told us on
June 5.
Arlington Diocese
Plaintif attorney Pikrallidas told
us the Catholic Diocese of Arlington
is included as a defendant because
his client went to a diocese ofcial
identifed as Father Creegan on July
7, 2010 with the story of her abuse
as part of the “spiritual ministries”
of Father Euteneuer. Euteneuer re-
mained at his HLI post until Aug.
27, 2010, when he was recalled to the
Palm Beach Diocese by his Catholic
superior, Bishop Gerald Barbarito.
“Tey knew,” Pikrallidas told us of
the Arlington Diocese during that
nearly two month lapse when more
abuse is alleged to have occurred af-
ter a short interlude that July.
However, Arlington Diocese Public
Information ofcial Michael Dono-
hue stated diocese records indicate
diocese ofcials contacted the Palm
Beach Diocese within two days of
Jane Doe bringing her story to them.
“Te plaintif did receive psychologi-
cal and spiritual assistance from the
Diocese of Arlington subsequent to
informing us about the abuse,” Dono-
hue added.
“Rev. Euteneuer is not and has nev-
er been a priest of the Diocese of Ar-
lington. Rev. Euteneuer is a priest of
the Diocese of Palm Beach, Florida,
and was an employee of Human Life
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Exorcism lawsuit
International (HLI), Inc., an inde-
pendent corporation. He was work-
ing for his employer, HLI, subject
to his bishop in the Diocese of Palm
Beach, and not in regular ministry in
the Diocese of Arlington,” Donohue
stated.
While the Arlington Diocese does
have a religious ofcial authorized
to perform exorcisms, it was never
Euteneuer, Donahue said. And while
Arlington Diocese authority extends
to Warren County and its Catholic
Church, St. John’s in Front Royal,
Donohue said that despite its reli-
gious ties, as an independent cor-
poration, “HLI was not under the
direction or control of the Arlington
Diocese.”
Delayed reactions
On Jan. 27, 2011, exactly fve
months after Euteneuer’s recall to
Palm Beach, Warren County Fire &
Rescue responded to what was of-
cially reported as a “medical seizure”
at HLI’s Shenandoah Shores Road
headquarters. However some wit-
nesses had a diferent perspective,
believing the incident to be a mani-
festation of demonic possession of
a woman at chapel that day. From
information acquired about the inci-
dent, we believe the efected person
is the woman identifed as Jane Doe
in the lawsuit.
“I heard from someone who at-
tended that Mass at Front Royal the
other day that people were trauma-
tized by what happened – a suddenly
screaming, howling, cursing person
– and are demanding to know what’s
going on,” a Catholic blogger known
as Adele told us at the time.
Five days after that incident, on Feb.
1, 2011, amidst an increasingly shrill
and sometimes threatening debate in
the online Catholic blogosphere over
allegations of sexual abuse by Eu-
teneuer against multiple victims of
the priest’s spiritual counseling, both
Diocese of Palm Beach Bishop Ger-
ald Barbarito and Euteneuer issued
statements on the Catholic LifeSite-
News website addressing Euteneuer’s
status.
“Father Euteneuer has been under-
going intensive evaluation and coun-
seling to address admitted inappro-
priate crossing of adult heterosexual
boundaries on the occasion of carry-
ing out his priestly ministry,” Bishop
Barbarito stated.
In a statement seen as incomplete,
insufciently contrite and oddly ag-
gressive by some, Euteneuer said his
sinful lapses of moral judgment were
his own and that the great majority of
his work while at HLI was “all moti-
vated exclusively by my desire to give
priestly assistance to people in great
spiritual distress.”
But Euteneuer added in what is
included as part of Jane Doe’s $5.35-
million lawsuit, “I must acknowl-
edge, however, that one particularly
complex situation clouded my judg-
ment and led me to imprudent de-
cisions with harmful consequences,
the worst of which was violating the
boundaries of chastity with an adult
female who was under my spiritual
care.”
Following Barbarito and Eute-
neuer’s public statements of Feb. 1,
2011, Interim HLI President Mon-
signor Ignacio Barreiro-Carámbula
issued a statement referencing the
work of two HLI employees and the
many hours they had put in “assisting
the young woman gravely harmed in
this case.”
But was it too little, too late?
Ultimately, an Arlington County
Civil Court jury may decide if any-
one beyond the perpetrator himself
is culpable for acts alleged to have
been committed on their watch, and
in HLI’s case on their property, in the
name of their faith and their God.
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Saturday July 14
Mark your calendars for this special
Book Drop-Of morning. On Satur-
day, July 14th, you can drive by and
drop of your books, DVDs and CDs
at Bowman Library at 871 Tasker
Road in Stephens City. Tere will be
volunteers helping to collect books
from 9 a.m. till noon. Tese donations
will be part of the Fall Used Book Sale.
Proceeds from this sale help Handley
Regional Library.
Tuesday July 17
Virginia is home to dozens of dragon-
fy and damselfy species. Join in the
Blandy library for a brief introduc-
tion to these insects, then carpool to
a nearby pond to watch them in ac-
tion as they patrol and defend their
territories. Perfect for the whole fam-
ily! Te cost is $8 for members of the
Foundation of the State Arboretum,
$10 for nonmembers, and $20 for the
whole family. Tis program is part
of Blandy’s public program series.
Reservations are encouraged. For
more information or reservations call
540/837-1758 Ext. 224, or visit online
at http://www.blandy.virginia.edu.
7:30 am Linda Roberts with Lifenet
will present a program about Life af-
ter Death-Te Modern Organ Dona-
tion. Te Rotary Club of Frederick
County will meet Tuesday morning
at the Sherando Park Rotary Shelter.
Invited guests and visiting Rotarians
are welcome. For more information
contact Stephen M. Gyurisin at 540-
336-7357 or smgyurisin@advance-
planningassociates.com
Tursday July 19
11:30am Te National Active and
Retired Federal Employees Associa-
tion (NARFE) Winchester Chapter
180 will hold its monthly luncheon
and chapter meeting on July 19, 2012.
Chapter 180 members, federal retir-
ees and currently employed federal
employees are invited. Tis will be a
Distinguished Members Recognition
day. Lunch begins at 11:30a.m. in the
Lee Jackson banquet room of the Best
Western in Winchester, Va. Te cost
is $11 for members and guests. For
further information and reservations
call Harmon Byrd at 540-877-1952 by
Monday July 16, 2012.
Friday July 20
5pm to 9pm Fundraiser every Fri-
day in July. Homemade Ice Cream
at Gore Volunteer Fire & Rescue Co.
14, 7184 Northwestern Pike, Gore
Virginia. Call 540-858-2811 for more
information
Saturday July 21
4pm to 7pm Yard party will be held
at Congregational Christian Fellow-
ship Church, 2908 Middle Road, Win-
chester, VA Country ham and BBQ
chicken dinners and Country ham
sandwiches will be available. Live
music will be provided. For more
information please contact 540-869-
3394 or 540-662-1636.
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Camp for children 7 - 12. The Monday through Thursday program
will be held July 23-26, 2012 and repeat July 30 to August 2.
Sessions run from 9 am to 12 noon. Except in severe weather, ac-
tivities will be outdoors and will move around the Park. This year
campers will study the history, people and wild life of the area;
learn basic outdoor skills; spend time rafting on the river; and
look at rocks that talk. There is a $10 registration fee.
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Sunday July 22
1pm Winchester Day Preschool is
a non-proft organization making
afordable child care possible to all
local families. Winchester Day Pre-
school is hosting a Bag Bingo featur-
ing prizes from Vera Bradley, 31 and
Coach at Eagles Club Winchester.
Doors open at 1 p.m.; bingo will be-
gin at 2 p.m. All proceeds will help
the children of Winchester Day Pre-
school. Bingo Tickets are $20 in ad-
vance, or $25 at the door. For tickets
call 540/662-2629. Find all the de-
tails about Bag Bingo at www.Win-
chesterDayPreschool.org
Tuesday July 24
7:30 am Te Rotary Club of Freder-
ick County will meet Tuesday morn-
ing at Shenandoah University in the
Clement Board Room - Allen Dining
Hall. Andy O’Brien, M.S., CSP Vice
President, Safety & Health Unimin
Corporation. Program: Overview of
Mine Safety & Health. Invited guests,
club members and visiting Rotarians
are welcome. For more information
about this program or the Rotary
Club contact Stephen M. Gyurisin at
540-336-7357 or smgyurisin@advan-
ceplanningassociates.com
Tursday July 26
6pm to 9pm “Taking Control” -- A
Self Defense Class for Women Val-
ley Health Wellness & Fitness Cen-
ter. Te Laurel Center is ofering this
FREE hands-on, informative class,
where participants will learn: Situ-
ational awareness and safety infor-
mation. Basic hands-on self-defense
techniques and applications
To sign up or for more information,
call 540/667-6160
Tuesday July 31
7:30am Te Rotary Club of Freder-
ick County will meet Tuesday morn-
ing at Shenandoah University in the
Clement Board Room - Allen Dining
Hall. Club members, invited guests
and visiting Rotarians are welcome.
Membership Chair, Erika de Azagra
–ERA Oakcrest will show club mem-
bers how to update their own classi-
fcation information on the District
Database. For more information con-
tact Stephen M. Gyurisin at 540-336-
7357 or smgyurisin@advanceplan-
ningassociates.com
Tuesday August 7
6:30 pm Te Northern Shenandoah
Valley TEA Party would like to in-
vite the public to our next meeting.
We will be gathering at the Freder-
ick County Public Safety Bldg, 1080
Coverstone Drive, Winchester, VA
22602. Please plan to enjoy refresh-
ments @ 6:30pm; meeting begins at
7:00pm.
SUBJECT: Te Wisconsin Re-
call Election & Get out the Vote.!!!
SPEAKER: Phillip S. Grifn II, Chair-
man of the Board, Top of Virginia
Regional Chamber For information
on the meeting please contact Jay L.
Marts @ (410) 440-1344.
Tursday August 9
6:30pm Te Apple Valley & North-
ern Shenandoah Valley TEA Parties
would like to invite the public to a
joint meeting. We will meet at the
Frederick County Public Safety Bldg,
1080 Coverstone Drive, Winchester,
VA 22602. Please plan to enjoy re-
freshments @ 6:30pm; meeting be-
gins at 7:00pm. SUBJECT: Legislative
Update. SPEAKER: Congressman
Frank Wolf, 10th District. For infor-
mation on the meeting please contact
Dody Stottlemyer (540) 533-4894 or
Jay L. Marts @ (410) 440-1344.
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Driver Improvement Clinic Driver Education Class
August 1 - 11
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WE HAVE ONLINE DRIVER IMPROVEMENT CLASSES
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Sunday, August 12th
8:00 am - 4:45 pm
Warren County Fairgrounds announces
BOYS AND GIRLS AGES NEWBORN, 1 YR. 2 YR. 3 YR. AND 4 YEAR OLD.
Pageant
Sunday,
July 31
6 p.m.
Pageant
MONDAY,
August 1
7 p.m.
Tiny Miss —Ages 5 yrs.-7 yrs.
Little Miss —Ages 7 yrs.-10 yrs.
Preteen Miss —Ages 11-12 yrs.
Miss Warren County Fair
$1,000 Scholarship Pageant
Junior Miss Warren County Fair — Ages 13 - 15 yrs.
Ms/Mrs Warren County Fair — Ages 23 yrs. and older
Ages 16 - 22 yrs.
All must be resident of Warren County and be able to show proof.
Contest to be held on Sunday, July 31, 2011, 10:00 a.m.
All must be resident of Warren County and be able to show proof
All Registration Fees: $40 Deadline: July 24
th
Applications Online or at the Warren County Fair Office.
(540) 635-5827 www.warrencountyfair.com
Early Registration TWO NIGHTS ONLY
July 7
th
& July 12
th
at the fair ground 6-7 p.m.
Registration Fee $35 THESE NIGHTS ONLY
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August 5
August 6
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Early Registration Dates - July 10, 11th, 12th, 24th, & 26th. At
the fair offce from 6-7:30 pm. Also may register on line and the
fair offce Tuesday - Sat. from 10-4.
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 •
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Escape the heat with ARAMARK’s
Neighbor Appreciation Month in
Shenandoah National Park.
Enjoy cooler mountain temperatures
and a $25 resort voucher
Shenandoah National Park, VA – July 6, 2012 – Soaring temperatures
continue to afect the mid-Atlantic region as residents struggle with lack
of power or slow restoration of electricity. In an efort to give back to
the community and give residents respite from the heat, ARAMARK
– the concessioner of the lodges inside Shenandoah National Park – is
ofering a special promotion during July as part of their newly declared
Neighbor Appreciation Month.
“Shenandoah was also impacted by the recent storm” said Wayne
Soard, resident district manager for Skyland Resort and Big Meadows
Lodge. “While our power has been fully restored, we recognize our
neighbors in the communities around us are still inconvenienced from
power outages and sufering from the heat. We encourage them to visit
us in the cooler temperatures of the Blue Ridge Mountains and enjoy an
escape from these issues.”
As part of July Neighbor Appreciation Month, ARAMARK is ofering
guests from the neighboring counties of the park a $25 resort voucher
at check-in which can be used toward their room fee or in the restau-
rant. A current Virginia driver’s license is required at time of check-in
to receive the voucher. Te ofer is not valid with other promotions or
discounts and is based on availability at time of booking.
July Neighbor Appreciation Month is being ofered by ARAMARK in
conjunction with Shenandoah National Park’s designation of Shenan-
doah Neighbors Day. Park entrance fees will be waived on July 21, 2012
to residents of the following neighboring counties: Albemarle, Augusta,
Greene, Madison, Nelson, Page, Rappahannock, Rockingham and War-
ren. If residents visit the park on July 21, take advantage of the popular
Blackberry Delight event that will be held at Big Meadows Wayside from
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Live music, children’s crafts and face painting, wine
tastings and lots of delicious food will be on site. Te wayside is located
at mile 51.2 on Skyline Drive.
For more information or to book an escape from the summer heat,
call 888-896-3833 or go to www.visitshenandoah.com to see all the
special ofers and events.
Chelsea’s Epilepsy Walk for SUDEP (Sudden
Unexplained Death in Epilepsy)
Awareness Fundraiser
Te Chelsea Hutchison foundation is a non-proft formed to help individuals, particularly
children and young adults, who have epilepsy. Te main focus is to raise funds to provide grants
for trained seizure-response dogs who may be able to detect an oncoming seizure and provide
warnings about the onset. Te foundation also provides Emft motion monitors for those in
need. Te monitors provides family members with an alarm, if a sleeping child experiences a
seizure.
Te Foundation is hosting its frst Winchester Chapter 5k event to raise awareness and funds
for SUDEP prevention. Te walk is scheduled for Sunday, September 23, 2012. It will be held at
the Valley Health Wellness and Fitness Center, 401 Campus Blvd., Winchester, VA. Te walk up
registration/check in is at 8 am and the walk begins at 9 am.
At this time, we are looking for sponsors, volunteers to help plan the walk and walkers to par-
ticipate in the walk. Walkers may go to www.chelseaswalk.org to register online.
For additional information about the walk, registration forms and general questions about
volunteering, please contact Steven at 540 542 0066 or email at spshafran@gmail.com.
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Plants a Helping Hand
by gardening expert, TV/radio host,
author & columnist Melinda Myers
Don’t let summer stressors ruin your landscape’s
good looks. Instead give your plants’ natural defenses
a boost and keep both vegetable gardens producing
and fowers blooming.
Busy summer schedules can lead to plant neglect
and less-than-picture-perfect gardens. When you
team this with summer heat and drought that can lead
to wilting, brown leaves, and poor growth, and add
insects and diseases that can further weaken and dam-
age plants, gardens can really sufer.
An exciting new organic tool for gardeners is now
available to help. Plant strengtheners, like JAZ sprays,
help boost plants’ natural defenses so they are better
able to deal with environmental stress, neglect, as well
as insects and disease attacks.
Scientists found that when plants experienced stress
from drought, temperature extremes, insects or dis-
eases they produced certain molecules that activated
their natural defenses. Tey isolated these molecules,
applied them to other plants, and found that the
treated plants were better able to tolerate stress.
Plant strengtheners contain such molecules that
increase natural defenses in plants. One such family
of molecules is the jasmonates, originally identi-
fed in the jasmine plant, that increases hundreds of
natural defense molecules in treated plants. Some of
the natural defenses make the plants more resistant
to pathogens and others help reduce damage from
drought, heat and salt.
While proper care can help increase a plant’s natu-
ral defenses, plant strengtheners give them an extra
boost to help plants thrive even during periods of
environmental stress. Tese organic products act like
vitamins or immunizations, helping plants deal with
extreme and often unpredictable weather, pest, and
disease challenges.
You can even keep healthy plants performing their
best by proactively using a plant strengthener. By
doing so, you’ll boost a plant’s immune system before
environmental stresses hit and ultimately help it thrive
as it faces serious challenges throughout the remain-
der of the season. It’s a great way to protect plants
before they become threatened.
Make sure to give your plants proper care through-
out their lifetime. Water thoroughly and as needed.
Ten mulch the soil surrounding your plants with
shredded leaves, evergreen needles, or other organic
materials. Tese conserve moisture, keep roots cool
and moist, suppress weeds, and improve the soil as
they break down.
And, if your plants experience the same problems
each year, it is time to make a change. Move stressed
plants to more suitable growing conditions. Match the
plant to the light, soil, and moisture it prefers. Replace
diseased plants with resistant varieties and provide
proper care.
By taking these steps and investing a bit of time and
energy you’ll be sure to create a beautiful, healthy and
productive landscape.
Nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host,
author & columnist Melinda Myers has more than
30 years of horticulture experience and has written
over 20 gardening books, including Can’t Miss Small
Space Gardening. She hosts the nationally syndicated
Melinda’s Garden Moment segments which air on
over 115 TV and radio stations throughout the U.S.
and Canada. She is a columnist and contributing edi-
tor for Birds & Blooms magazine and writes the twice
monthly “Gardeners’ Questions” newspaper column.
Melinda also has a column in Gardening How-to
magazine. Melinda hosted “Te Plant Doctor” radio
program for over 20 years as well as seven seasons of
Great Lakes Gardener on PBS. She has written articles
for Better Homes and Gardens and Fine Garden-
ing and was a columnist and contributing editor for
Backyard Living magazine. Melinda has a master’s
degree in horticulture, is a certifed arborist and was
a horticulture instructor with tenure. Her web site is
www.melindamyers.com
Housekeeping
General & Detail Cleaning
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Free Estimates
Call 540-325-3688
Gas line replacement work to
begin on Indian Alley
Te beginning phase of the Indian Alley Improvements Project is
scheduled to begin on Monday, July 16. Te initial work will consist of
Washington Gas replacing their existing gas main in the alley. Te gas
main must be replaced prior to the City replacing the underground wa-
ter and sewer lines. During the period of July 16 thru July 31, from 7:00
am to 5:00 pm, Indian Alley will be closed to thru trafc between Cork
and Wolfe Street. Wolfe Street and Indian Alley north of Wolfe Street
will remain open during this period.
Beginning on August 1, the City will begin the water and sewer main
replacement work on Indian Alley between Cork and Boscawen and
Wolfe Street between Braddock and Indian Alley. Tis section of the
alley and Wolfe Street will be closed continuously throughout the period
of August 1 thru August 31.
Te water and sewer main replacement work on Indian Alley between
Boscawen and Piccadilly will be completed during the period of Sep-
tember 1 thru September 30, during which time this section of the alley
will be closed.
Te City apologizes for any inconvenience this work may create and
thanks everyone for their patience and cooperation.
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RECIPE OF THE WEEK
Skillet Fudge
3 cup sugar
2 cup (12oz) chocolate chips
1 (13oz) can evaporated milk
1 cup 3 minute oats
1/4 cup butter
1/2 cup chopped nuts
1 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup faked coconut
1 cup miniature marshmallows
Combine sugar, milk, butter, cinnamon and salt in electric skillet.
Bring to a boil over medium heat to 340 degrees. Boil for 7 minutes,
stirring constantly. Turn heat of. Blend in remaining ingredients,
stirring well. Pour into buttered 13x9 inch pan. Chill and cut into
squares. Yield: 3-1/2 pounds.
Compliments of Round Hill Community Fire & Rescue. Winchester,
Virginia Cookbooks available by calling Charlotte at
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Route 11 Yard Crawl Spaces for Rent at
LFCC Middletown Campus
Middletown, VA – Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) will rent spaces at the
Middletown Campus for the Rt. 11 Yard Crawl on Saturday, August 11 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Spaces are located in the south parking lot of LFCC and will be visible from Rt. 11 with
plenty of parking. Funds raised from space rental will be used to support student scholar-
ships through the LFCC Educational Foundation.
Cost for space rental is $10 for LFCC Students, Faculty or Staf and $15 for community
members. Renters must provide their own tables and chairs. Te deadline to reserve space
is August 6th. To reserve space, a reservation form must be completed and payment at-
tached. Reservation forms can be obtained at the Middletown Campus Information desk,
or by emailing bboies@lfcc.edu . For more information, call 540-868-7161 or go to the
College’s website www.lfcc.edu .
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Advertise your classifed for 4 weeks
4 FREE!
(For Sale, Automobiles, Wanted, etc.)
cl assi f i eds@f redcoreport . com
FOR SALE FOR RENT
Bull and commercial heifer sale. An-
gus polled herefords, balancers, gel-
bviehs, black baldies. Friday, Decem-
ber 2 @ noon. Knoll Crest Farm. Red
House, VA 434-376-3567 (11/22)
FOR SALE
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)
AUTOS
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)
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 wa-
ter. Call 540-622-6940, 11 - 5pm.
No pets or smoking (1/24)
1998 Cadillac Seville Service
Manuals, 3-volume set, $35.
Ford Thunderbird/Cougar 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)
Hooked On Phonics Learning Kit. $22.
Call 540-667-2031 (12/27)
Room mate wanted to share large
house in Fredericktowne (Stephens
City.) Split level, 3 bedrooms, living
rm, family rm, dining rm, kitchen, laun-
dry rm, 2 full baths, screen porch, out-
buildings, and garden. Will share one
bedroom which is the large master
bedroom to an individual for 580.00
with utilities and linen closet space
included. Cable TV, WIFI Internet,
Trash Service included in the utilities.
Pictures available via email. AFTER 6
PM 540-303-2808 (11/8)
Roommate needed for corporate
housing short term lease only
$760.00 includes rent, utilities, and
furniture. Call 540-622-6940 (1/17)
Ladies Harley Davidson Black Leath-
er Boots. Size: 9 1/2M. Like New
In Original Box. Worn Only A Few
Times. Logger Style With Zipper.
Paid $100.00 When New. Sell Now
For $70.00/OBO.
Call 540-877-2293 (11/1)
3 artifcial Christmas Trees - all in ex-
cellent condition, only slightly used.
12’ tall, snow-focked Pine, prelit with
clear lights - $250
9’ tall, Douglas Fir, very full, prelit with
clear lights - $150
7.5’ tall - Slimline Frasier Fir, prelit with
clear lights - $75
Call 540-858-3331 (11/8)
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 ad-
justable to over 5 feet wide. Used for a
short time—in good condition. $50.00
frm. Can email pictures.
Call 540-723-0285 (6/14)
Scooter for Sale: Excellent condi-
tion, 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 Bed-
rooms, 2 Bath (Sleeps 6) Septem-
ber Week 38 $3,600.
Call 540-667-2031 (11/22)
FOR SALE
Three dorm refrigerators for sale:
three different sizes, $65-85.
Call 540-869-7977 (12/20)
1950’s Schwinn bicycle. Need work
75.00. Old blue canning jars w/lids
3.00 each. 100 year old wicker baby
stroller 100.00. Radar detector 40.00.
Call 540-662-9023 (12/28)
Kiosk for sale. Sink and refrigerator
built in. Best offer. Salon mate nail
technician’s table. Black with mar-
ble top, used twice, $25. Stainless
steel 3 shelf rolling cart. Used in a
former Daily grind. Excellent condi-
tion. $200 or best offer.
Call 540-305-9664 (12/27)
1994 F150 Pickup truck for parts -
will sell whole or part out –new tires
and rest in good condition.
Call 540-333-1011 after 5pm (1/3)
Chest freezer $50. Cross Junction.
Call 703-936-6681 (2/10)
Commercial Space for Lease.
Prime Location in Historic Down-
town Strasburg. Pre-Civil War
Building with Period Restoration.
Log and Brick with Wide Plank
Floors. New 3 Zone Heat/Air. 4 Ex-
terior Doors. 110 N. Massanutten
Street. Monthly Rent $1,500
Off-street parking available. Call
Wendy Connor (540)975-0390(11/16)
Vintage 1945 Mahogany Full bed-
room set w/headboard and bed rails.
Includes 5 drawer dress, vanity table
w/drawers and mahogany decor
mirror, vanity bench, and nightstand
$400, negotiable. Antique secretary
desk--also a steamer chest $200. Va-
riety of antique milk glass--must see!
Antique school desk from Pennsylva-
nia schoolhouse. All items located in
storage. Call or text 540-535-6948 for
appt. (12/20)
Boys Summer clothes excellent
condition. Shorts sizes 4,5,6,7.
Shirts, sizes 5 & 6 $1.00 each.
Call 540-667-2031 (3/8)
1992 Chrysler Town & Country
minivan, green with woodgrain
trim. 137,000 miles, automatic,
power steering/brakes.
$1,200 OBO.
Call 540-533-7216 (3/22)
87’ Dodge Ram, W100, 4x4, Auto,
titled, $2,500 OBO.
Call 304-754-9829 (3/22)
Trailer 4-sale, 96’ Great Dane, 53’
drive-van, Swing doors, road wor-
thy or storage, current insp.
Call 540-869-0599 (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 microwave,
2 fat screen TV’s with DVD,
satelite TV, rear ladder, back-up
camera, solar battery charger,
outside shower, automatic level-
ing system, generator, 28K miles.
$37,000
Call 540-539-7206 (3/22)
Roof Slates for Sale - Original an-
tique 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
Have Items
to Sell?
Call 540-683-9197
or email
classifeds@fredcoreport.com
Used only for browsing --
$777.00 Call 540-545-2052
The iMac “Core i3” 3.06 21.5-Inch Alu-
minum (Mid-2010) is powered by a dual
core 3.06 GHz Intel “Core i3” I3-540
(Clarkdale) 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 Inter-
face” (DMI) that “connects between the
processor and chipset” at 2.5 GT/s.
By default, it is confgured with 4 GB
of RAM (1333 MHz PC3-10600 DDR3
SDRAM), a 500 GB (7200 RPM) hard
drive, a vertically-mounted slot-loading
DVD±R DL “SuperDrive”, and ATI Rad-
eon HD 4670 graphics with 256 MB of
dedicated GDDR3 memory.
It also has a built-in iSight video cam-
era and built-in stereo speakers under-
neath the 21.5” glossy 16:9 LED-backlit
TFT Active Matrix LCD (1920x1080 na-
tive) display “with IPS technology”.
Connectivity includes four USB 2.0
ports, a Firewire “800” port, built-in
AirPort Extreme, and Gigabit Ethernet,
as well as an audio capable Mini Dis-
playPort, which supports an external
display up to 30” (2560x1600).
Print: LN, framed and matted, 31 x 42,
Victorian 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 Condition $200.00
540-869-5073
Crossbow (Similar to Bowfex)
Good Condition. $125 If interest-
ed, please call 540-622-2424.
1,100 sq.ft. offce space for rent
in the Winchester area. Call
540-539-7095 (6/28)
Whole body vibration exerciser
Brand new in box. $250.00
Call 540-869-3388 (6/14)
MISC.
DIVORCE with or without children
$125. Includes name change and
property settlement agreement.
SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy.
Call 1-888-789-0198 24/7 or www.
Pay4Divorce.com
WANTED: MOD AND THE ROCK-
ERS…NOW. Vinyl record album re-
leased locally in 1967. Will pay $200
cash for a copy in good condition.
Call 540-877-2293
Small scooter & van lift
Looking for a donation
Please call Mary or Willis at 540-
868-8800
Treadmill - ProForm $70 Stephens
City 423-470-6911 (6/14)
For Sale: 1994 F150 regular Pickup
Truck, runs good, current inspec-
tion, needs steering column. $950
or BO. Call after 4:30 pm 540-333-
1011 (6/14)
Modern two bedroom single family
home/built 2007. Secluded--- lo-
cated in center of 6 acre heavily
wooded lot. Close to James Woods
H.S. and Valley Health.
Attached garage - Heat pump /cen-
tral air - Corian counter tops - En-
ergy effcient front load washer and
matching dryer - Kenmore stove/
oven - Raised deck in back - Ken-
more side by side refrig w/dispens-
ers - Ceiling fans (3).
Last three electric bills averaged
$35. No water or sewage costs
Internet ready. Available Septem-
ber or possibly August. Please
email --princeton61@yahoo.com
for more information or call
210 744-1986 (6/28)
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)
Help Wanted- the Front Royal Diner
is NOW hiring, please call 845-391-
4766 for appoint. (6/28)
Help Wanted
Newspaper Delivery every other
Friday to deliver Frederick County
Report. Delivery in Winchester,
Stephens City & Middletown.
Must have cell phone and computer
Condo in Stephens City. 2
bdrm, 2 bath, laundry, all ap-
pliances, extra storage, bottom
level, water & sewer included.
$835 per month. Call 540-533-
0958 (7/13)
FURNITURE
Twin bed. Cherry wood, good con-
dition. $75. High quality sofa, good
shape. $100. Stephens City area.
Call 703-434-1130
(12/13)
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 ELE-
GANCE comes with settee, 4chairs,
coffee table, and end tables. Moha-
gany dining room table, two black
leather chairs, kitchen table, 3 print-
ers, print stand, offce desk, large
and small paintings, 2 foor size
rugs, sewing machine. Call 540-
686-5769 (2/23)
Stephens City Market Place every
Saturday in the parking lot in front of
Bearly Believable (7/13)
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)
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AUCTIONS
ABSOLUTE AUCTION - 348+/-
Acres ofered in 7 tracts located on
Blue Grass Valley Road in Highland
County, VA. Excellent mountain
farm; grazing; timber; hunting; rec-
reation; elevated building sites. 5%
Buyer’s Premium. Auction held at
the Blue Grass Ruritan Club - Blue
Grass, VA on August 4 at NOON.
For more information, go to woltz.
com or call Woltz & Associates, Inc,
Brokers & Auctioneers, (VA# 321)
Roanoke, VA, 800-551-3588.
LIQUIDATION AUCTION America
Hurrah Antiques Closing. Antiques,
Collectibles, Jewelry, Watches, Coins,
Silver, China, Crystal, Porcelains,
Furniture, Appliances, Electronics.
Bidding Online Now. Preview Info &
Catalog at: www.EBIDLOCAL.com
(Statewide Liquidation Services)
50-Seat Restaurant, 1.45± Acres.
Fully Equipped & Furnished. Own-
ers Retiring. Ridge Rd, Colonial
Beach, VA. AUCTION: Monday,
July 23, 12pm. Preview Online! www.
countsauction.com 800-780-2991
VAAF93
17,000±sf Retail Bldg., 2.815± Ac.
12281 Moneta Rd (Hwy 122) Mo-
neta, VA.
Near Smith Mountain Lake. TRUST-
EE AUCTION: July 31, 2pm www.
countsauction.com 800-780-2991
VAAF93
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LAND FOR SALE
CAMPBELL COUNTY – gorgeous
setting for your dream home, 3-acre
homesite in the trees. A few minutes
south of Lynchburg airport. Owner
will fnance. $59,900. 434-444-5088.
MULTIFAMILY LAND – 14 acres
– zoned for hundreds of units – ex-
cellent location on thoroughfare
near I-81/64. All utilities. $995,000.
540-294-2007.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
DOUGLAS LAKE EAST TENNES-
SEE. Lake Property with private boat
slip! Bank Selling for !14,900. 4 Acre
Subdividable Lakefront $49,900
Bank Releasing August 4th. 877-717-
5263 ext. 91.
SERVICES
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STEEL BUILDINGS
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WORK FROM HOME
OPPORTUNITIES
NOW HIRING: Companies desper-
ately need employees to assemble
products at home. No selling, any
hours. $500 weekly potential. Info. 1-
985-646-1700 DEPT. VA-4062. Fee
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
TRUCK/TRACTOR PULLS!
Friday July 20
Reg. 4pm • Race 6pm
Sunday July 29
Reg. 11am • Race 1pm
(Double Points Race)
Friday Aug. 3
Reg. 4pm • Race 6pm
Monday Aug. 6
Reg. 4pm • Race 6pm
Friday Aug. 10
Reg. 4pm • Race 6pm
Fair Week - Wednesday, August 8
Reg. 4pm • Starts 6pm
For info. call Mike: 540-683-4776
Monster Truck Show
Sat. Aug. 11 • 3pm
Motor Cross Event
during intermission
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