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Te calls and emails started last
Tuesday. Lois Cheron was busy
at the Wayside Inn but when she
realized she had missed a couple
of calls from the Middletown
Town Hall she dropped every-
thing to race to the phone. She
was shocked when she was asked
if she wanted to sponsor a can-
non for the reenactment of the
battle of cedar creek in a couple
of weeks. “No,” she said. “Are you
going to make calls asking if any-
one wants to come to dinner at
the Wayside Inn tonight?”
Over in Stephens City, Marie
Wible was checking her email
at Artistically Framed. She won-
dered aloud why she was getting
an email from the Middletown
government. Te email requested
that Artistically Framed sponsor
a cannon for the reenactment.
Te email was signed “Michele
Fishel, Deputy Clerk, Town of
Ms. Fishel started work last
Monday as a part-time employee.
She makes approximately $10,000
per year. She was hired to help
in the ofce and work on larger
projects like updating the town
code. So why was she spending
her work day trying to sell can-
nons for the Cedar Creek Battle-
feld Foundation, a nonproft or-
ganization south of Middletown?
According to Mayor Charles
H. Harbaugh, IV who sits on the
CCBF board of directors, Ms.
Fishel was making the contacts
at his request. “We need to get
along with our neighbors. Te re-
enactment only has 2,000 people
signed up this year to reenact
when usually 4,000 people sign
up. Tey need cannon sponsors
so I took half of the list and gave
the other half to Michele.” Asked
why a town employee was spend-
ing time raising funds for CCBF,
Mayor Harbaugh responded that
the reenactment brought a lot of
business to town. He cited the
Italian Touch and the Battlefeld
Market (which is not in Middle-
town) as two businesses that will
do a lot of business that week-
end. He also thought the Super 8
might get additional business.
I was curious whether there
was an increase in business dur-
ing the reenactment week-end
and whether business owners
thought it was a good idea to
have the deputy clerk solicit-
ing cannon sponsors for CCBF.
Most of the business owners in
town were contacted for this ar-
ticle. Te reactions varied, with
some stronger than others. Not
one person thought the solicita-
tion by a town employee was a
good idea. Te level of additional
business garnered over the reen-
actment week-end also varied.
Two businesses expect a signif-
cant increase in business during
the reenactment: Irish Isles and
Italian Touch. Brian Laughlin,
owner of the Irish Isles, said the
reenactment week-end is his big-
gest week-end of the year, second
only to St. Patrick’s Day. Brian
expects to be paying the town “a
nice bump up in sales tax.” Trev-
or Strosnider, manager at Italian
Touch also predicts a good week-
end. He is adding staf, including
drivers, because a lot of the reen-
actors order for delivery.
Te remaining business owners
in town report modest, if any, in-
crease in business during the re-
enactment week-end. Anita Hol-
ley at the Wonderful Store, rarely
gets much additional business
since “reenactors spend their
money buying reenactment gear.”
Te Browns at Why Not An-
tiques also do not expect much
additional business.
Deepak Kumar at the Sunoco
station, and Sherry Bohnenkamp
at Middletown Liberty say they
might sell a few extra gallons of
gas, but not much more. Sherry
said she had more business when
the reenactors registered in her
parking lot, but in spite of a con-
tract she signed with CCBF to
hold registrations in her park-
ing lot, the registration site was
moved elsewhere.
Te Wayside Inn has been busy
in the past, but this year the num-
ber of reservations made by re-
enactors is down. Te Super 8 is
busy that week-end, but they did
not know whether it was reenac-
tors or the usual fall crowd.
Te reaction to the solicitions
by the deputy clerk for the CCBF
range from a mild “that is not
right” to much stronger language.
Deepak pointed out that CCBF
does not even use Middletown
police any more. Anita believes
the solicitations were “a misuse of
town assets for a personal project
of the mayor.”
Te strongest words came from
former Middletown Mayor Mark
Brown. He said it was “totally in-
appropriate. You do not use town
government employees to sup-
port private organizations, espe-
cially ones that are not even in
town. CCBF is a worthy organi-
zation worthy of volunteer time
and support. Tasking a town em-
ployee to do CCBF work on town
time is a serious error in judg-
Next year, suggested a couple
of business owners, the mayor
would be better of spending his
time helping the local businesses
hire a bus to transport reenac-
tors into town. Town residents
have asked the CCBF for years to
run the buses through town, to
no avail. Next year, the business
owners plan to hire their own.
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On-the-clock Middletown employee raised funds for county non-proft
From: “Michele Fishel” <xxxxxxxx@middletownva.gov>
To: xxxxxxxxx@comcast.net
Sent: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 2:18:12 PM
Subject: Cedar Creek Battlefelds Foundation Cannon
In years past, your establishment has donated to
sponsor a cannon for the Cedar Creek Battlefeld
Foundation located in Middletown, Virginia. The
Foundation is again holding a fundraiser to sponsor
cannons. The cost of a donation is $200.00 per can-
non and a business card sized ad will be placed in
their new program depicting your business/founda-
tion. If you wish to donate, please let me know and
I will get you the appropriate information for mailing
your donation. They are requesting that all dona-
tions be in on or before October 19, 2012. Thank
you very much for your assistance.
Michele Fishel
Deputy Clerk, Town of Middletown
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for the following items, donations can
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Charles Peter Rogers, 63, of
Winchester, Virginia, died
Tursday, September 20, 2012,
in Winchester Medical Center.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Sacred Heart of Jesus
Catholic Church, 130 Keat-
ing Drive, Winchester, Virginia
Robert C. McDonald
Robert (Rob) Clifton McDonald,
65, of Stephens City, Virginia
died Tuesday, September 25,
2012 in the Blue Ridge Hospice
Residential Center after a six-
year battle with cancer. In lieu
of fowers, the family requests
donations be made in Rob’s
memory to the American Cancer
Betty Hobbs Hartman
Betty Jean Hobbs Hartman, age
70, of Frederick County, Virginia,
died Saturday, September 29,
2012, at her residence. Memo-
rial contributions may be made
to the Shenandoah Valley Baptist
Church, PO Box 1360, Stephens
City, VA 22655.
Glynnell Little Headley
Glynnell Headley passed into
eternity in the early hours of Oc-
tober 1, 2012. In lieu of fowers
the family requests contributions
to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 West
Cork Street, #405, Winchester,
VA 22601 or www.blueridgehos-
Edward “Eddie” Franklin
Edward Franklin Riggleman, age
45, of Winchester, Virginia, died
Sunday, September 29, 2012, in
Winchester Medical Center. In
Lieu of fowers memorial contri-
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Street, Winchester, VA 22601 to
help with funeral expenses.
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James Peyton “J.P.” Darlington,
98, of Frederick County, Vir-
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25, 2012, in Winchester Medical
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A new secret weapon for area Veterans: AMVETS Post 18
By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Area veterans have a relatively
new friend in the area: Ameri-
can Veterans Post 18. Although
nationally, AMVETS has been
around since the American Veter-
ans of WWII was formed in 1944,
the only local post was founded
about a year ago. Charles Nef of
the national organization, Whit-
ey Turner from the Harrison-
burg chapter, and Roy Angus, the
commander of the West Virginia
chapters got together to form a
local AMVETS organizations.
During its frst year, Post 18 held
various recruiting drives, taking
membership from zero to thirty
one members. Tey advertise in
local papers, and hold recruiting
drives at such varied places as the
Golden Corral and events at the
Cedar Creek Battlefeld. It also
maintains a continuous dialog
with other veteran organizations
such as the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, the American Legion, and
the Disabled Veterans of Amer-
ica. However, unlike these other
veteran organizations, there are
no requirements to joining AM-
VETS other than being on active
duty or being a veteran that was
honorably discharged from any
branch of the United States mili-
Te Post meets every fourth
Tursday at VFW Post 2124 in
Stephens City. All qualifed per-
sons are encouraged to attend the
meetings simply show up at the
appointed time and ask for the
AMVETS meeting.
According to Richard Van Nor-
ton, the Post commander, the
Post has some very specifc goals
for the next year. Post 18 hopes
to double its membership from
thirty one to sixty two. Te Post
wants to support local veterans
in fnding jobs, in enrolling in the
Veteran Administration health
care system, and in returning to
the classroom. Te support of
Post 18 includes interfacing with
all of the above areas to under-
standing the various markets.
Members will drive veterans to
any interviews, consultations or
classes as needed.
Te Post also raises funds to
support its activities. It had a
BBQ stand at recent events at the
Cedar Creek Battlefeld. Te Post
will be selling BBQ at the Battle
of Cedar Creek in Middletown
during the third week-end in Oc-
In the near future, the Post
hopes to ofer t-shirt sales and
yard sales. It wants to supple-
ment its good deeds by providing
bicycles to underprivileged chil-
dren during the holidays.
According to Walter Jagiello,
fnance chair, the Post wants to
“make a diference as a social or-
ganization other than being just
social.” However, noted Jagiello,
the “endless camaraderie with
other service members and vet-
erans is priceless.”
Even in its infancy, Post 18 is
showing that it can make a difer-
ence. Te Post set up a revolving
scholarship at Lord Fairfax Com-
munity College. Veterans who are
eligible to attend the college, but
have not received their veteran
benefts, can draw on the schol-
arship to buy their books until
their benefts are granted. Once
benefts are granted, the veteran
will repay the fund for the beneft
of the next veteran who needs
To contact Post 18 contact the
Commander Van Norton at (540)
335- 7425 or at ricvannorton@
yahoo.com. Veterans also can
contact Walter Jagiello at (540)
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families are encouraged to at-
tend Post meetings on the fourth
Tursday of every month at 6:30
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By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Tey came from down the
street, across town, neighboring
counties and neighboring states.
Tey were lined up by the time
of the 10 am opening, and they
came all day. Tey parked in the
parking lot; they parked on the
grass. Tey strolled over from
other parking lots. And they kept
on coming.
Was it the zombie apocalypse?
No, it was the Winchester, Fred-
erick and Clarke Counties SPCA’s
frst ever pet give away. Accord-
ing to Margo Bach, the assistant
director of the SPCA, there were
so many animals at the Feather-
bed Lane facility that something
had to be done. Te day was
well advertised, and the turn out
showed. Ninety fve animals were
adopted last Saturday: eighty cats
and ffteen dogs. Even more peo-
ple came to the SPCA on Sunday
and Monday, still hoping to adopt
and willing to pay the standard
Potential “forever families” still
needed to go through the stan-
dard application process; only
the fees were waived. Te pro-
cess helps insure that individu-
als adopting are truly committed
to their newest member of the
family. By giving the pets away,
the SPCA avoided euthanizing
healthy animals. Te SPCA wants
to become a “no kill” shelter.
According to Margo, the Feath-
erbed Lane facility is the “open
admission” facility for Winchester
City, i.e., it must take any animal
brought to the facility from Win-
chester. She says that the Freder-
ick County facility has even more
animals brought to it than the
Featherbed Lane facility.
Some of the people that went to
the SPCA on Saturday left with
new family members. Nicholas
Els and Amanda Lizama of Ste-
phens City said it was a “spur of
the moment decision” to come
and adopt Bella. Nicholas had
been thinking of adopting a
dog, and the moment, and Bella,
seemed right. Amy Hernandez
and her children Kaelyn and Ca-
leb drove from Front Royal at the
spur of the moment. Tey hoped
to take home Akela, an older
cat. Tyler Tinsman of Frederick
County adopted Lucy, a domestic
short hair cat, for his Mom. (Yes,
he asked her frst!)
Candy Poe of Winchester
showed true determination in
her eforts to adopt a new cat.
She went to the SPCA on Friday
and picked out four cats. She re-
turned Saturday morning with
her children. She then returned
again in the afternoon to bring
Jazzy home.
Brittany and Brian Davenport
and their daughter Kenzi, drove
ffty miles from Bealetown, Vir-
ginia to fnd the right dog for their
family. Britanny said they already
have two birthdays in September
and were looking for a third. Te
family saw a segment on the pet
give away the evening before on
the television. Tey were delight-
ed to get the opportunity to save
a dog. After much playing and in-
teraction in the doggy play area,
they left with Minks. Te group
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looked like a family even before
leaving the SPCA.
Roxie put on a real good show
for the Holmes family from Berke-
ley Springs. She ran in circles,
played with her leash and showed
a lot of love and friendliness. Te
Holmes’ were looking for a com-
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Zeuss was not enthusiastic; fun-
loving Roxie is still available for
adoption. So fashion is Borrada,
a sweet girl that recently was the
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Not everyone went home hap-
py. A couple from Gaithersburg,
Maryland drove to Winchester
looking for two six to eight week
old kittens. Tey recently lost
their cats to old age and were
ready to try again. Sue and Cathy
Murphy of Winchester also went
home empty handed. Tey were
looking for a companion cat for
their current cat. Alas, all of the
cats were gone!
Margo hopes not to have an-
other give away day, because she
hopes they will never get that
crowded again. But, she says, it is
nice to know that the public will
respond with such enthusiasm to
an emergency. She wanted a big
thank you to go out to everyone.
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being spayed or neutered, so they
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days in case their owner arrives
to bring them home. If not, these
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By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Te Middletown Town Coun-
cil started its work session with
a visit from developer David
Holliday. Mr. Holliday is seeking
“minor changes” to the SIP for
the development proposed by I-
81, to the east of Main Street in
Middletown. Te changes call for
the street lights to be added, one
to each residence, the removal
of one of the two proposed side-
walks and a change to the “berm”
between the development and I-
81. Instead of having a traditional
berm, Mr. Holliday wants to keep
the current vegetation on the
property and add a screen of trees
on the house side of the property.
Te council generally agreed with
the proposed changes.
Mr. Holliday believes that the
prospect for development is bet-
ter now than it was seven years
ago. He has a builder interested
in the project that is “crunching
numbers.” Depending on the out-
come of the number crunching,
Mr. Holliday expects develop-
ment to start in either forty fve
days or a year and a half.
Te price of the one and two
story colonial homes with front
porches will be in the $250,000
to $300,000 range. Te develop-
ment will have a homeowners as-
Michele Fishel was introduced
as the new part time deputy
Councilor Carole Snyder, head
of the facilities committee, noted
that the town hall roof was suc-
cessfully replaced. A discussion
ensued about the cleaning inside
of town hall, the trimming of
brush outside of town hall, the
fact that the gutters are full and
that cats are getting underneath
town hall. Councilor John Cope-
land will look into the matters.
Te council discussed whether
and how to compensate employ-
ees that use their own equipment
on the job. No particular consen-
sus was reached.
Councilor Trip Chewning not-
ed that each department has its
own time sheet. Te council de-
cided to require all departments
to use the time sheets used by the
employees located in town hall.
Councilor Chewning also
pointed out that there is noth-
ing in the new policies regarding
expensing meals during training.
Te former policy will be added
back in to the new policy.
Te council agreed to sponsor a
$200 cannon during the upcom-
ing battle of cedar creek reenact-
Councilor Mark Davis told the
council that he plans on redistrib-
uting the memorandum prepared
by the planning and zoning com-
mission regarding a crosswalk
near the Wayside Teatre. Te
memorandum was distributed
while a prior councilor was the
liaison to the planning and zon-
ing commission. Te memoran-
dum was never distributed. Many
councilors, including Councilors
Copeland and Chewning, argued
that new sidewalks were needed
before a crosswalk was needed.
Councilor Davis advised every-
one that the planning and zoning
commission meetings are start-
ing at 7:30 pm, instead of the
usual 7:00 pm.
Councilor Copeland reported
that the public works depart-
ment believes it can use a piece of
equipment used by car washes to
upgrade its method of water used
when pressing at the water treat-
ment plant. Te equipment can
be installed by town employees.
By using the car wash equipment
instead of the water treatment
plant recommended equipment,
the town can cut its cost from
$40,000 to $20,000.
Te council also discussed three
items concerning Min Street: re-
placing fags, reselling sponsor
fags and putting out trash cans.
Tere will be a red ribbon cer-
emony at the next town council
meeting. Te Shenandoah Young
Marines will be in attendance to
support drug and alcohol abuse
During a talk about the up-
coming budget, it was noted that
Dollar General will pay any of its
taxes due over and above the $30
business license fee in January
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Winchester in October
Mountain tops caress blue power skies
Clouds above watch seasons sail by
Death brings beauty bright colored leaves
Winchester in October-fermenting apples on the Ground
Brings bees to their knees staggering around
Crisp winds wisp through felds of golden brown
Frost on the pumpkin chill winds abound
Cornstalks death wither in time
Whispers good bye with bone-rattling chimes
Winchester in October tastes of apple cider wine
Old forgotten routs silently lie
Winding down the mountain side
Like ole Shenandoah Rivers endless ride
Meanders endlessly throughout time-listen closely
Hear the distant ghost of old phantom 309 whine
Some places die so beautiful in death
Some places die while taking your breath
So lie still old friend feel the chill wind coming again
A blanket of snow soon will tuck you in
Seasons pass in Gods given time natures alarm soon will ring
A wake up call throughout the valley-fowers spring
Hung-over bees surly will sting Bells in the valley
On high will ring-church pews fll angles sing
Winchester in October,
Reborn again… ‘In Spring…
By: Edward J. Connolly II
Middletown Town Council work session, October 1, 2012
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Local business
By Carol Ballard
Frederick County Report
Te frst day of October
brought in a fresh change for the
Amari family and employees of
Stephens City’s Anthony’s Pizza.
Tey made the move from their
long-time location on Main St. to
161 Warrior Drive.
Te new place is across from
Sherando High School and Own-
er Joe Amari says that business
has been great the frst two days.
“We’re all settled in and 100 per
cent happy with the move. It’s
bigger, better and newer. Te old
building was 50-60 years old and
this one is only six,” he said.
Te restaurant has dine-in ta-
bles and pick up and delivery ser-
vice, but now there’s also a drive-
up window.
“Tis is convenient for custom-
ers. Tey don’t have to get out of
their car in bad weather,” he said.
He’s had a few comments that
people like the new place because
it’s closer to their homes and they
think it’s a better location.
“It’s a nice-looking store, every-
thing tastes the same but better,
newer and fresher,” said one of
the restaurant’s loyal fans.
And in honor of football season
and to show support for Sheran-
do High School’s team, after any
game they play whether home or
away, customers can get one free
topping for every touchdown
they make--on Mondays only.
“We support the team and have
photos of the teams in the res-
taurant, and their colors. It’s the
‘Home of the Warriors’,” he said.
Te Amaris consider the busi-
ness to be a family afair. Joe and
his wife Roseanne keep every-
thing running well with the help
of, not only their great employ-
ees, but their three sons, Felice,
Joseph, or JoJo, and Richard as
well. Fourteen-year-old Rich-
ard has been put in charge of the
pick-up window and appears to
like the idea.
“I’m going to own my own place
one day. I’ll take after my Dad,”
said Richard proudly.
Joe is originally from Italy, but
Stephens City Anthony’s Pizza moves to new location
Richard Amari enjoys a huge piece of pizza from his
family’s restaurant - Courtesy Photo
Richard, Felice and Joe Amari of Anthony’s Pizza in their new location on Warrior
Sunday November 4th,
if rain November 11th, 2012
Warren County Fairgrounds,
Front Royal, VA
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Competitions start at 10:00 a.m.
Cost per class, per horse ~ $8
All classes are youth and adult:
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grew up in Trenton, NJ. He’s
been in the restaurant business
for about 25-30 years altogether,
with the last 17 spent here in Ste-
phens City. Over the years, he’s
learned how to keep customers
Customer satisfaction is one of
the frst rules in making and keep-
ing a successful business, and he
and his family are committed to
following that rule.
“Te customer is Number One.
When they walk in, we treat them
like family. We love to talk to
them, and don’t just take their or-
ders and then turn our backs on
them. We know our customers
want to feel at home, so we ask
about their day, cheer them up if
they’re in bad mood and tell them
to have a good day,” he said, com-
menting that this is the diference
between a huge franchise and a
small business.
To illustrate this, Joe told a sto-
ry about a man who came in last
week, who said he needed help
with the food for his 10-year-old
daughter’s birthday party. Te fa-
ther had been told by her doctor
that it might be her last because
of her battle with a life-threat-
ening illness, and a lot of people
were expected to come to it.
“With no hesitation, I gave him
30 pizzas,” said Joe.
“We’re good-hearted and we’re
not here to take money from you.
Te most important thing in our
business is that we’re there to
help out. We do a lot and donate
pizzas for schools, soccer teams
and parks. We try to help out as
much as we can, especially in this
We have everyday coupons and
Crazy Tuesdays with much re-
duced prices and all-day specials.
And just a few of the savory items
on the menu are: fried pickles,
and funnel fries-which are like
funnel cakes, only with the shape
of fries and sprinkled with pow-
dered sugar.
Subs continue to be a big favor-
ite, as well as the huge variety of
toppings for pizzas.
“We’ll make pizzas however
you want,” he said.
Just a few of the choices are:
steak; cheddar cheese; veggie;
meat lovers; chicken; and egg-
Te cheese steak pizza has
chopped steak, mayo, lettuce,
cheese and onions and the Dough
boy consists of steak and cheddar.
Ten there’s the tasty-sounding
cheese lovers pizza, made with
Cheddar, Mozzarrella, Provo-
lone, American, and Parmesan
“I want to say ‘Tanks’ to our
employees. We did it! Good job!
Excellent! Without the employ-
ees’ support, we wouldn’t have
done it,” he said regarding the re-
cent move.
And he added an extra big
“Tank You” to all his regular
customers who come in for lunch
and dinner.
“Without them, there wouldn’t
be an Anthony’s. Hopefully they
will continue to support the busi-
ness-especially with this econo-
my and all that,” he said.
Anthony’s will host their Grand
Opening next year in May and
will have big bounces, balloons,
live music, maybe a Cruise-In car
show and giveaways.
“It’s a new beginning, Makes
me feel 20 years younger,” he said

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Hours are:
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Turs. - 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Fri. to Sat. - 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.
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Handley Regional Library’s One
Book One Community program
will host Pulitzer Prize winning
author and Civil War historian,
Dr. James McPherson at 7 pm at
Daniel Morgan Middle School on
Wednesday, October 24.
McPherson’s For Cause and
Comrades: Why Men Fought in
the Civil War was selected as the
one book our whole community
will be reading in 2012. After
his lecture, McPherson will take
questions and sign books. Read
excerpts from For Cause and
Comrades on Tuesdays in Octo-
ber through the 23rd in Te Win-
chester Star.
Dr. McPherson received the
1989 Pulitzer Prize and was rec-
ognized in 1986 as the George
Henry Davis Professor Emeritus
of United States History at Princ-
eton University. Te author of 20
books and numerous other book
and journal contributions about
the Civil War, Dr. McPherson
has spent his career developing
an exceptional command of the
history of that era. Your ques-
tions about the Civil War can be
submitted via the Web Chat with
McPherson through Te Win-
chester Star on Tuesday, October
9 from 10-11 am.
Leading up to Dr. McPherson’s
lecture, Handley Regional Library
is sponsoring two other events.
“‘To Provoke a Reply:’ Under-
standing the Civil War through
Soldier’s Letters” will feature
Jonathan Noyalas, assistant pro-
fessor of history and director of
the Center for Civil War History
at Lord Fairfax Community Col-
lege. Tis event will take place at
7 pm on Wednesday, October 3
at the Handley Library Audito-
rium at 100 W. Piccadilly Street,
“Readings from Civil War Dia-
ries,” the second event in the se-
ries will highlight the words of
those who lived the war. Tese
readings will take place on Turs-
day, October 18 at 7 pm at the
Old Court House Museum at 20
N. Loudoun Street, Winchester.
All of these events are ofered
at no charge to the community
and questions about this pro-
gram should be directed to Trish
Ridgeway at 540 662-9041 ext 14,
or by email at tridgeway@hand-
(From a release)
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“Thrive & Survive
Through Cancer”
A Community Celebration Honoring All Cancer Survivors
Monday, October 22, 2012
Victory Church, 2870 Middle Road
Winchester, VA
Dinner and Presentation by Cancer Survivor
Susan McGuire
Sponsored by the Winchester Medical Center Foundation, the
American Cancer Society, Shenandoah Oncology and Winchester
Medical Center
Local survivor Susan McGuire will share her cancer journey.
Her presentation will be followed by dinner and an
opportunity to share experiences and stories of hope.
To make your reservation, call 540-667-2315 or
888-474-3044, or e-mail Marie.Cheshire@cancer.org
We would like to acknowledge & thank artist Charla Hayen
for the use of her “Survivor” name portrait.
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Sat. • 8am - 11:30am
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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You
might feel compelled to get involved
on the “right side” of a seemingly
unfair fight. But appearances can be
deceptive. Get the facts before going
forth into the fray.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Bul-
lying others into agreeing with your
position could cause resentment.
Instead, persuade them to join you by
making your case on a logical point-
by-point basis.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Resist
pushing for a workplace decision you
might feel is long overdue. Your impa-
tience could backfire. Meanwhile,
focus on that still-unsettled personal
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Your
aspects favor doing something differ-
ent. You might decide to redecorate
your home, or take a trip somewhere
you’ve never been, or even change
your hairstyle.
LEO (July 23 to August 22) You
might want to take a break from your
busy schedule to restore your energy
levels. Use this less-hectic time to also
reassess your plans and make needed
VIRGO (August 23 to September
22) What you like to think of as deter-
mination might be seen by others as
nothing more than stubbornness. Try
to be more flexible if you hope to get
things resolved.
LIBRA (September 23 to October
22) Watch that you don’t unwittingly
reveal work-related information to the
wrong person. Best to say nothing until
you get official clearance to open up.
SCORPIO (October 23 to Novem-
ber 21) With things settling down at
work or at home, you can now take
on a new challenge without fear of
distraction. Be open to helpful sugges-
tions from colleagues.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to
December 21) Your creativity can help
resolve an emotional situation that
might otherwise get out of hand. Con-
tinue to be your usual caring, sensitive
CAPRICORN (December 22 to
January 19) You could impress a lot
of influential people with the way
you untangle a few knotty problems.
Meanwhile, a colleague is set to share
some welcome news.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru-
ary 18) Aspects favor recharging your
social life and meeting new people. It’s
also a good time to renew friendships
that might be stagnating due to neglect
on both sides.
PISCES (February 19 to March 20)
Congratulations. Your talent for work-
ing out a highly technical problem
earns you well-deserved praise. The
weekend could bring news about a
friend or relative.
BORN THIS WEEK: Your sense
of justice makes you a strong advo-
cate for the rights of people and ani-
mals alike.
© 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.
• On Oct. 18, 1767, Charles Mason
and Jeremiah Dixon complete their
survey of the boundary between the
colonies of Pennsylvania and Mary-
land, as well as areas that would
become Delaware and West Virginia.
The Mason-Dixon line created the
boundary at a northern latitude of 39
degrees and 43 minutes.
• On Oct. 21, 1797, the USS Consti-
tution, a 44-gun U.S. Navy frigate built
to fight Barbary pirates off the coast of
Tripoli, is launched in Boston Harbor.
During the War of 1812, the Constitu-
tion won its enduring nickname “Old
Ironsides” after witnesses claimed that
the British shots merely bounced off
the Constitution’s sides.
• On Oct. 19, 1931, David Cornwell,
later known as spy novelist John le
Carre, is born in Poole, England. He
published his first spy novel, “Call for
the Dead,” in 1961. The novel, like his
second, “A Murder of Quality” (1962),
featured spy George Smiley.
• On Oct. 15, 1946, Herman Goer-
ing, commander in chief of the Luft-
waffe and head of the Gestapo, dies
by his own hand. He was found guilty
at Nuremberg and committed suicide
by swallowing a cyanide tablet he had
hidden from his guards.
• On Oct. 20, 1968, 21-year-old Ore-
gonian Dick Fosbury wins gold medal
and sets an Olympic record when he
high-jumps 7 feet, 4 1/4 inches at the
Mexico City Games. It was the inter-
national debut of Fosbury’s unique
jumping style, known as the “Fosbury
Flop,” which, according to one jour-
nalist, “looked like a guy falling off
the back of a truck.”
• On Oct. 17, 1973, the Arab-
dominated Organization of Petro-
leum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
announces a decision to cut oil exports
to the United States. In December, a
full oil embargo was imposed, prompt-
ing a serious energy crisis and gasoline
rationing in the United States.
• On Oct. 16, 1987, 18-month-old
Jessica McClure is rescued after
being trapped for 58 hours in an aban-
doned water well in Midland, Texas.
McClure had fallen through the 8-
inch-wide opening of an abandoned
well in the backyard of her aunt’s
home day-care center. After dropping
about 22 feet into the well, the little
girl became stuck.
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8:30am-3pm LFCC Offers Custom-
er Service Professionals Day. Middle-
town, VA – The Offce of Workforce
Solutions at Lord Fairfax Community
College (LFCC) is offering a Customer
Service Professionals Day on Friday,
October 5, 2012 at the Middletown
Campus in the Corron Community
Development Center. Whatever the
business, customer service is key.
This seminar is designed for anyone
who serves internal and/or external
customers. The keynote address,
“Be the Best You Can Be,” will be
delivered by Bobbie Walker from the
Virginia Department of Tourism. At-
tendees can choose to participate
in breakout sessions on topics that
include building loyalty through cus-
tomer service, making customer
service a time management priority,
and providing customer service that
comes from the heart. Do you know
an exceptional customer service or-
ganization or professional? Prior to
the event, nominations are accepted
online for Customer Service Profes-
sional of the Year and Outstanding
Customer Service Business of the
Year. Nominations are submitted at
LFCCworkforce.com and votes must
be cast by October 3rd. The award
will be presented during the lunch
portion of the event. Registration of
$95 for the event includes continen-
tal breakfast and lunch (sponsored by
Chick-Fil-A), or individuals can attend
the lunch only (for the awards pre-
sentation) for $25. More information
is available on the web at www.LF-
CCworkforce.com or by calling (540)
7pm - 8:30pm Meals On Wheels
Beneft Concert will be held at the
Macedonia United Methodist Church
(Route 522 and Macedonia Church
Road, 4 miles South of Winchester).
Featured will be Macedonia’s Blue-
grass Band along with the combined
Praise and Revival! Bands. A free-will
offering will be collected with all pro-
ceeds going toward the Shenandoah
Area Agency on Aging MEALS ON
WHEELS benefting area seniors in
local and surrounding counties. For
further information contact Darlene
Miller at 540-868-1707.
7am Kernstown United Methodist
Church Pancake Breakfast Adults
$6.00, Children (10 and under) $3.00
Pancakes, Sausage, Sausage Gravy,
Juice, and Coffee Please come out
to support KUMC. Kernstown United
Methodist Church 3239 Valley Pike
Winchester, VA 22602 540-667-7298
2 - 4pm Gifted Independent Study
Students Zumba Beneft for the
American Cancer Society at Sherando
High School Gym . The Gifted Inde-
pendent Study students from James
Wood, Millbrook and Sherando High
Schools are hosting a Zumba beneft
for the American Cancer Society. Ad-
mission is $10 and doors will open at
1:30 p.m. This event is one of many
outreach efforts being planned by the
Gifted Independent Study students
this year.
The Valley Stars 16U Baseball Team
will be having the “Par 3 Challenge”
Golf Tournament on Saturday, October
6th at Appleland Sports Center. The
format is Best Ball with two players
per team with cost only $50 per golf-
er. Entry fee includes golf, range balls
for warm-up, lunch, and beverages.
The low cost of only $50 if you wish
to participate as a player or if you or
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Event listing
Pumpkin Cheesecake
w/ Ginger Cream Topping
3/4 c. granulated sugar, divided
1/2 tsp ground nutmeg
3/4 c. frmly packed brown sugar, divided
1 tsp vanilla
3/4 c. graham cracker crumbs
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 c. fnely chopped pecans
1 (16oz.) can pumpkin
1/4 c. butter or margarine, melted
3 (8 oz.) pkgs. cream cheese, softened
1 T. all-purpose four
3 lg. eggs
1-1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground ginger
16 pecan halves for garnish
Combine 1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup brown sugar, graham cracker
crumbs, 1/2 cup pecans and butter; press into bottom and 1 inch up
sides of a lightly greased 9” springform pan. Cover and chill 1 hour.
Combine remaining 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 cup brown sugar four and
next 6 ingredients; set aside. Beat cream cheese at medium speed
with an electric mixer until creamy. Add pumpkin mixture beating
well. Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating after each addition. Pour mix-
ture into prepared crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 55 minutes. Cool
completely in pan on a wire rack. Spoon ginger cream topping over
cheesecake. Cover and chill at least 8 hours. To serve, carefully
remove sides of pan; garnish cheesecake if desired.
Ginger Cream Topping
1 c. whipping cream
1/4 c. minced crystallized ginger
1 (8 oz.) ctn. sour cream
3 T. dark rum
2 T. sugar
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
Combine frst 3 ingredients in a bowl. beat at high speed with a
mixer until soft peaks form. Fold in Ginger, rum and vanilla.
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your business would like to be a hole
7pm Drawing Fundamentals 101. An
art school level drawing class. Six 2
hours classes starting Oct. 9 through
Nov. 13 on Tuesdays at Shenadoah
Arts Council located at 811 S. Lou-
doun St. Winchester, VA. Cost $125.
Open to adults and teens. To enroll,
get materials list or for more informa-
tion please contact Peter Stetler at
540-665-02569 or email pstet43@
3pm Walmart Teacher Recognition
Program at Robert E. Aylor Middle
School. Walmart is providing $4.5
million dollars to teachers across the
country in recognition of the good
work they do with students each day.
The new Walmart on Route 522 South
has chosen Aylor Middle School to be
part of the program (Frederick County
Middle School was selected to par-
ticipate by another local Walmart).
During this event, representatives
from Walmart will be presenting 20
teachers at Aylor with $50 gift cards
($1,000 worth of gift cards total).
Walmart is also providing some re-
freshments for the staff at Aylor as
part of this event.
James Wood High School FBLA Red
Out Day. The James Wood High School
FBLA has decided to do a service
project this year for U.S troops who
are deployed overseas. Everyone at
the school is being asked to wear red
on October 12 as part of the school’s
RED (Remember Everyone Deployed)
OUT day. The FBLA is selling RED t-
shirts and the proceeds will be used
to purchase gifts that will be sent to
troops for Christmas. The shirts will
be sold during lunch and at JWHS
football games in October. Boxes are
also being placed in each classroom
to allow students and teachers to do-
nate gifts. Around November 1, the
gifts will be mailed to the troops.
3pm Bluegrass and Barbershop Har-
mony at JWMS, 1313 W. Amherst St,
Winchester VA. Celebrate the 50th
anniversary of Apple Capitol Chorus.
The show will include bluegrass and
barbershop songs. Snack and soft
drinks available during intermission.
Tickets are $15 for adult and $10
for students and senior citizens. For
more information or tickets call Derek
at 540-465-2832 or 540-624-9274
or Kim at 540-667-5262.
BAZAAR. Round Hill Ruritan, Rt.50W,
2 miles Past Walmart. No Yard Sale
Items. Breakfast & Lunch, 50/50
Raffe, Chinese Auction. Crafters and
Direct Sales. $15 Table Fee, Call 877-
10:15am Stephens City United Meth-
odist Church Spiritual Celebration
Prelude songs and music. Worship
Service at 10:30 a.m. Stephens City
Commons located 3 blocks north of
the church on RT 11/ Main Street.
Distinguished Guest Speaker: Ret.
Major General Charles E. Williams,
author of “My Road” will speak on
the topic, “An Appeal to the Hero in
Us”. This event is open to the com-
munity, so join us for joyous music,
praise and thanksgiving! Bring your
lawn chairs, handicapped parking
available at Stephens City Commons.
In case of inclement weather, join us
at the church in the Orrick Fellow-
ship Hall Questions? 540-869-2348,
check out our website at www.ste-
6-8pm Greenwood Mill Elementary
School SCA Locks of Love Fundraiser
at Greenwood Mill Elementary School
Gym. The Student Council of Green-
wood Mill will be hosting a Locks of
Love event where a local hair styl-
ist will be cutting hair that’s at least
10 inches in length so that it can be
donated to Locks of Love. All hair
collected will be made into wigs that
will beneft children in our community
and surrounding areas that have lost
their hair due to chemotheraphy and
radiation treatments. Financial contri-
butions for Locks of Love will also be
accepted that evening.
6pm James Wood High School Volley-
ball Dig Pink Game. The James Wood
High School volleyball team will be
hosting its annual Dig Pink event to
beneft the fght against breast can-
cer. The JV team plays at 6 p.m. and
the varsity plays at 7 p.m. Raffes will
be held and T-shirts and pink hair ex-
tensions will be available for sale. All
of the proceeds beneft breast cancer
2pm Kernstown United Methodist
Men’s Famous Ham & Oyster Dinner
Carryout dinner served ONLY 2:00-
3:15 p.m. Eat-in dinners served
3:30-5:30 p.m. Oyster (deep fried)
$15 Ham (Virginia Baked or Country)
$10 Both Meats $17. Meal includes:
Green Beans, Macaroni & Cheese,
Coleslaw, Applesauce, Dessert and
Drinks. Proceeds to beneft the UM
Men’s current Mission & Outreach
Projects. Kernstown United Methodist
Church, 3239 Valley Pike, Winchester,
VA 22602 540-667-7298, www.
7-11am Pancake Breakfast at North
Warren Volunteer Fire & Rescue Com-
pany #10. 89 Rockland Road Front
Royal Va. 22630. Pancake, Biscuits,
Sausage, Sausage Gravy, Scrambled
Eggs, Baked Apples, Coffee, Juice,
and Hot Tea. Adults $7.00; 4 to 12
years old $3.00, Under 3 Free.
8am - 1pm Fall Shred Fest, an op-
portunity to safely destroy old person-
al documents free of charge. Records
Management Solutions, Inc. will offer
free on-site document destruction to
residents via its mobile shredding unit.
The RMS truck will be stationed at the
corner of Martinsburg Pike and Stine
Lane, next to the Shockey Compa-
nies. Residents may bring fve boxes
of any size for destruction at no cost.
Additional boxes will be shredded for
10 cents per pound. Businesses are
also encouraged to participate. The
business rate will be a fat fee of 10
cents per pound. There is no need to
remove staples, paper clips or rub-
ber bands. Forms of payment include
cash, check, VISA and MasterCard.
RMS; TV3 Winchester; Shockey Com-
panies; E&M Enterprises; Southern
Scrap/Williams Recycling and Fred-
erick County Recycling are sponsor-
ing Fall Shred Fest. More information
may be obtained by calling 665-5643
or 662-0265 or visiting the web at
9am - 12:30pm The Offce of Work-
force Solutions at Lord Fairfax Com-
munity College is offering a seminar
on Environmental Awareness for Real
Estate Professionals. This class is in-
formational for brokers, lenders, and
property managers. The class will
be held in the Thompson Conference
Center of the Corron Community De-
velopment Center on the LFCC Mid-
dletown Campus. This class focuses
on addressing the needs of real es-
tate professionals who encounter an
environmental issue with a property
to provide them the knowledge to
proceed with buying, selling, or list-
ing processes. The course counts for
recertifcation points in VA and WV
and is approved by the Department of
Professional and Occupational Regu-
lation (DPOR). Registration is $95.
grant funding is provided for qualifed
participants. To see if you qualify for
grant funding, contact Sherry Pinto
540-705-5392 or spinto@lfcc.edu.
More info and online registration is
available on the web at www.LFCC-
workforce.com or 540-868-7021.
The National Active and Retired Fed-
eral Employees Association (NARFE)
Winchester Chapter 180 will hold its
monthly luncheon and chapter meet-
ing. Chapter 180 members, federal
retirees and currently employed fed-
eral employees are invited. Enter-
tainment will be Dixie Rythm Band,
Congressman Wolf as well as NARFE
offcers will be in attendance. Lunch
begins at 11:30a.m. in the Lee Jack-
son banquet room of the Best West-
ern in Winchester, Va. The cost is $8
for members and guests. For further
information and reservations call Har-
mon Byrd at 540-877-1952 by Tues-
day October 23, 2012.
4:30pm The Middletown Volunteer
Fire and Rescue Auxiliary will have a
Turkey or Oyster Supper at the fre hall.
Dinners are $13 for adults and $7 for
children under 12. Takeouts will be
available. Proceeds beneft Middle-
town Volunteer Fire and Rescue. For
more information 869-1829.
3-5pm Stephens City United Meth-
odist Church Fall Fun Fest. Join us for
“trunk or treating” and games outside.
Donut-on-a string! Candy corn relay!
and much more! Apple cider and fall
treats will be served in the Fellowship
Hall. We’ll have a slideshow for view-
ing and Lay leaders on hand to present
information on church activities. This
is a free activity, and all are welcome.
Costumes are optional. Stephens City
United Methodist Church is located at
5291 Main Street, Stephens City, VA.
Our offce can be reached at 540-
869-2348. Check out our website at
Handley Blvd. to close for storm drain
replacement Saturday, October 6 -
Monday, October 8. The City of Win-
chester will be replacing a storm drain
pipe that recently collapsed at the in-
tersection of Handley Boulevard and
Stewart Street. Handley Boulevard,
west of Stewart Street will be closed
while this work is occurring. Stewart
Street and Handley Boulevard east of
Stewart will remain open. Thanks to
everyone for your patience.
wear your
Wednesday October 24, 2012
6:30 - 8:30 PM
For Children
2 yrs. through
6th Grade
Shenandoah Valley
Baptist Church
4699 Valley Pike • Stephens City
Scavenger Hunt
Special Skit
For more info visit: http://awana.svbcfamily.com
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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)
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)
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)
Consew Blind Hemmer Sewing Machine,
complete with manual and needles. Sew
a hem in less than a minute. Wonderful
machine for alterations or decorator busi-
ness. $300. 540-675-3508 (9/20)
Thomas Kinkade Telafora Teapot “Home
is Where the Heart Is II” $10.00 (9/20)
Christmas “Holly Holiday Pattern” Never
Used/In Box. $25/ea. Salt & Pepper Shak-
ers, Soup Bowls, Dinner Plates, Cookie Jar,
Sleigh (Votive Candle used - cleaned out),
Disney Winnie the Pooh “Simply Pooh”
Figurines $20/ea. Call 540-869-4236 (10/4)
Love Seat for sale. Floral print cushions/
pillows. White wicker trim. Good condi-
tion. $40. Call 540-869-7571 (10/4)
Downsizing Yard Sale! Sunday October 7
9am - 5pm. 269 Milroy Drive, Winchester.
Directions: Cedar Creek Grade to Perry Rd
to Shields Rd to Milroy. OR Rt 50W to War-
densville Grade to Perry Rd to Milroy.
Holiday Bazaar- Reliance United Method-
ist Church. Saturday Nov. 3, 8am - 2pm.
Many Crafters including: Wooden-turned
Ornaments, Valley Post Card Book, Jew-
elry and much more!! Lunch Available:
Homemade soup/chicken salad. 1571
Reliance Rd, Reliance, VA
Stephens City United Methodist Church
Fall Fun Fest. Sunday, October 28 3 - 5pm.
Join us for games outside. Apple cider
and fall treats will be served in the Fel-
lowship Hall. This is a free activity, all are
welcome! Costumes optional. 5291 Main
Street, Stephens City. 540-869-2348.
urday, October 13 8am - 2pm. Round Hill
Ruritan, Rt.50W, 2 miles Past Walmart. No
Yard Sale Items. Breakfast & Lunch, 50/50
Raffe, Chinese Auction. Crafters and Di-
rect Sales. $15 Table Fee, Call 877-3260
Quote of the week:
“I must be a hungry time traveler, because
I’m going back 4 seconds” - Kris Straub
(For Sale, Automobiles, Wanted, etc.)
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Scooter for Sale: Excellent condition, less
than 300 miles. 100 miles/gallon. $800
includes; cover, lock, and helmet. 540-533-
1472. (6/28)
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
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, Victo-
rian 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
Crossbow (Similar to Bowfex) Good Con-
dition $125.
Call 540-622-2424.
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” NATURAL GAS RANGE four years old -
white $125. Call 540-869-3506 (8/9)
17 cubic foot refrigerator $125.00.
Call 540-869-3506 (8/9)
Daytona Beach Timeshare for sale $900!
Availabe the 3rd week of January. Located
on the beach. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, sleeps 6.
Call 540-338-7581 (8/23)
FREE TV! 32 inch Zenith Console - Wood
cabinet - with remote control. Excellent
working condition. Cable ready. Stephens
City. Home: 540-869-4153 Cell: 549-535-
9282 (8/9)
2 Bedroom Duplex on Duck St. in Front
Royal, no smoking, no pets, $900 month.
Call 540-660-5538 (10/4)
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 540-975-0390 (11/16)
1,100 sq.ft. offce space for rent in the
Winchester area.
Call 540-974-6359 (6/28)
Clean Townhouse for rent in Winchester,
VA.3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, kitchen ap-
pliances, gas heat, central air. NO PETS
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
cord 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
Parts for a 1989 Ford Ranger, bought new,
never used: E-coil $80.00 and Evaporator
$60 OBO.
Call 540-683-9197 (7/20)
1991 Cadillac Deville light blue. Runs well.
100,400 miles. $900. Call 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
1999 Honda Motorcycle, good condition,
low mileage. $1950 Call 540-839-282
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)
Must be able to pass background check, have
a willingness to work. Experience or training is
available. Full/part
time positions.
This is a drug free
work environment.
Call Aaron at 571-220-0903
for small package delivery
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• 21 years of age
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• 12 months of commercial driving experience (non-CDL)
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10,000 lbs or greater
• (6-12 months experience will be required to attend the SAFE
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$174,900. I’ll fnance; easy terms.
LAKE ACCESS – 2.9-acre parcel near
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to 22-acre lake via common area,
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George Wesley has written
and performed his own infectious
music for over four decades creat-
ing many memorable songs infu-
enced by the blend of rock’n roll
and Caribbean sounds. Through
his countless stops up and down
the east coast of the U.S. and
in the islands of the Caribbean,
people have enjoyed listening and
dancing to the original music of
George Wesley.
Through the years George has been a headliner at many
festivals as well as playing the same stage with a long list
of well known artists including The Wailers, Santana, Black
Uhuru, Matisyahu, Culture, Mykal Rose, Judy Mowatt, Merl
Saunders, Jerry Garcia Band, Tim Reynolds (Dave Mat-
thews) and Jimmy Cliff and many, many more.
Listen to music, fnd upcoming shows and more by go-
ing to GeorgeWesley.com!
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+
Brother Bill @ Union Jacks Pub
Old Town Winchester. 9 pm
Threesound @ Del Rio
(Autism Awareness Beneft Show)
November 9
George Wesley @ Island Delights Restaurant/Bar
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
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• Partials And Dentures • Implants
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Thomas Family Dentistry, PC
Dr. Stephen J. Thomas DDS
Dr. Kenneth J. Thomas DDS
Less than 1 mile
from I-81
General Dentistry & Orthodontics
Mon. Wed. Thurs. 7am - 5pm
Tues. 7 - 7 • Fri. 7 - 1
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