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Public Health
Who – or what – is Valley Health? Rotary gets an answer
By Malcolm Barr, Sr.
Frederick County Report
(Managing editor’s note: By coinci-
dence, we had begun hearing about
signs of unrest from various sources,
high and low, within several Valley
Health enterprises. Included was a
restlessness among certain longtime
members of the medical staf who
see themselves “losing touch” with
patients as Valley Health expands
was brought to our attention. Valley
Health, some say, is getting too big.
At the opposite end of the pipeline,
we are told of work rule changes that
may ultimately result in lower take
home pay for lower paid employees.
Some senior physicians, we are told,
are quitting and new hires are sub-
jected to less onerous professional
requirements than were their prede-
cessors. Ten along came E. Dixon
Whitworth, Jr, Chairman of the Val-
ley Health Board of Trustees, who
addressed Front Royal Rotary Club
on June 1 to talk about Valley Health
on the eve of his retirement from the
board. So it was with great interest we
unexpectedly received a report from
our contributing writer, former Asso-
ciated Press correspondent Malcolm
Barr, Sr., a Rotarian, who listened to
Front Royal-born Whitworth’s pre-
sentation. Here is Barr’s report.)
“Who is Valley Health?” was the
question posed by E. Dixon Whit-
worth, Jr. at a Rotary Club meeting
in Front Royal. Not “what” but “who.”
What it is, is a regional health care
system of singular reputation that
has grown exponentially in the past
decade and is one of the area’s larg-
est corporations, either proft or
non-proft. Valley Health (VH) is
non-proft serving 16 counties in two
states.
But who is it?
At the outset Whitworth said
there is a “great misunderstanding or,
rather, a lack of knowledge of who”
Valley Health is. First, he said, “our
mission is not just serving the sick.”
He explained: “We are serving our
... community by improving health.”
Te regional community he referred
to consists of nearly a half-million
people served by six hospitals.
What is it?
A burgeoning, non-proft corpo-
ration is what it is, growing quickly
from what it was, say, just a decade or
so ago or, most certainly, over the 22-
year period that Whitworth has been
a member of the board.
But, Whitworth asked, “Who is
Valley Health?”
Tough not explicitly said, it is
presumably 5,400 employees, includ-
ing 572 physicians. He referred to
“physician extenders of the future”
who are nurse practitioners and phy-
sicians’ assistants. VH currently has
144 of them, which explains why they
are becoming more prominent in lo-
cal patients’ lives, and will be more so
in the future.
Whitworth, 68, illustrated how VH
has grown exponentially, particularly
in recent years. How this growth has
afected the psyche of VH veterans is
a question that perhaps needs look-
ing into and maybe answering.
It’s not surprising, perhaps, that
the gripe about more and more pa-
perwork reducing patients to a num-
ber rather than a name is explainable
considering these numbers:
• the above half-dozen hospitals han-
dle 930,000 outpatients a year;
• 127,000 emergency room patients;
• and more than 400 specialists per-
form 26,000 surgeries annually, not
including 3,000 births.
When it comes to dollars and
cents, VH is close to the top of net
operating revenues and expenditures
in the entire valley - $735 million in
operating revenues but a steadily de-
creasing net operating margin from
8% to about 4% between 2005 and
2012. Tis is partially due to char-
ity cases and bad debts that doubled
from $50 million to $100 million in
the same time period. Note: 2005 to
2012 also involved the worst reces-
sion since the depression! Nationally,
health expenditures have increased
at an alarming rate to where they are
now 17.3% of Gross Domestic Prod-
uct and the numbers of uninsured
Americans continues at 50 million or
so.
Whitworth hesitated to comment
on health care reform legislation
known to most as “Obamacare” - Te
“Patient Protection and Afordability
Care Act.”
“Health care expenses are up; the
economy is down,” he noted.
Insofar as the impact on the local
economy is concerned, Whitworth
cited these statistical data: last year,
VH spent more than $940 million on
personnel, goods and services, equip-
ment, construction and charitable
endeavors (including medical care
for which it does not charge, or does
not receive payment). VH “reinvest-
ed” $149 million on capital projects
(up by 91% over 2008) not including
$129 million on supplies (up 12%).
“Total economic impact is esti-
mated at $1.2 billion,” Whitworth
told Front Royal Rotarians. Of this
amount, he said, the total economic
impact on Warren County alone is
an estimated $97 million, and there
have been some 337 spin-of jobs
that have benefted Warren.
Building by building, the group
now consists of the fagship Win-
chester Medical Center; Warren
Memorial Hospital; Shenandoah
Memorial Hospital; Page Memorial
Hospital; Hampshire Memorial Hos-
pital and War Memorial Hospital in
West Virginia.
Whitworth is retired from BB&T
and occupied various positions with
the bank, including regional presi-
dent, Blue Ridge Regional Bank, re-
tiring in 2006. He is also on the board
of trustees of Shenandoah University
and a past president (1993-4) of Win-
chester Rotary Club.
He was born in Front Royal in 1944,
worked in banking in Richmond for
20 years, moving with his wife, Kay,
to Winchester in 1986.
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Casey Jo Caltrider, age 13, beloved daughter, sister, grand-
daughter and niece, passed away on Wednesday, May 30, 2012,
at her home in Stephens City, VA. In lieu of fowers, the family
asks that donations be made to the Casey Jo Caltrider Burial
Fund, c/o Omps Funeral Home, South Chapel, 1260 Front
Royal Pike, Winchester, VA 22602. or the Casey Jo Caltrider
Memorial Fund c/o Bank of Clarke County.
Marie H. Butler
Marie Hamlin Butler, 94, of Winchester, Virginia, died Monday,
June 4, 2012. Memorial contributions may be made to Con-
gregational Christian Fellowship Church, 2908 Middle Road,
Winchester, VA 22602 or Louisa Baptist Church, 308 East Main
Street, Louisa, Virginia 23093.
Preston Lee “Uncle P” Strickler
Mr. Preston L. “Uncle P” Strickler, 37, of Winchester, Virginia,
died Saturday, June 9, 2012 in Winchester. Memorial contribu-
tions for Preston may be made to Omps Funeral Home, 1600
Amherst Street, Winchester VA 22601.
Maria Delfna Irizarry
Maria Delfna Irizarry, 73, of Winchester, died Friday, June 8,
2012 at her residence.
Bessie M. Linaburg
Bessie M. Ruble Linaburg, 89, of Winchester, Virginia, died
Tursday, June 7, 2012, in a local nursing facility. In Lieu of
fowers memorial contributions may be made to Round Hill
United Methodist Church, 2993 Northwestern Grade, Win-
chester, VA 22603 or Round Hill Fire & Rescue, 769 Round
Hill Road, Winchester, VA 22602.
Don E. Kline
Don Edgar Kline, 81, of Winchester, Virginia, died Friday, June
8, 2012, in his home . Memorial contributions may be made
to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 West Cork Street, Suite 405, Win-
chester, Virginia 22601.
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Location: Avon Store (2225.5 Valley Ave)
Date of Crime: April 18, 2012
Type of Crime: Larceny, Credit Card Fraud
An employee reported that a female came into the store requesting to
use their bathroom to change her baby. They allowed her to use the
back room of the store. Later the employee noticed her wallet was
missing and that several unauthorized charges had been placed on
her credit cards. The suspect was described as a white female in her
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By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Following a riotous–or should I
say rioting–public hearing on the
Middletown 2012/13 budget on June
4th, a budget was fnally passed at
the town council meeting on June
11th. Te budget as then proposed
cut three positions from town in-
cluding the town manager, a part-
time member of the police depart-
ment and a part-time member of the
public works department.
At the public hearing, four citi-
zens spoke out about the budget
and/or the running of the town. For-
mer Councilor Gil Barrington said
that cutting three positions was the
last thing the council should do. He
urged the council not to “threaten
the employees” and “make an honest
efort” to rework the budget. Zon-
ing Administrator Fred Wharton
said that for the frst time he took a
hard look at the budget and did not
understand it as an insider. He didn’t
know how anyone else could under-
stand it. Mr. Wharton also urged the
council to not cut jobs until after the
elections in November. Te town “is
not in that dire straits for the next six
months.”
Stephanie Mitchell was alarmed at
what she was reading in the papers.
She remembered appointed Mayor
Charles Harbaugh IV saying he was
going to “bring civility back” to the
council. She urged him to do that.
Former Mayor Mark Brown thought
the council did a decent job working
the budget, especially because few
on the current council have budget
experience but said that cutting the
three positions the budget recom-
mended cutting would produce
“irreputable long-term harm,” es-
pecially when enacted by a mostly
appointed council. He said he was
“happy to consult” with the council
on the budget, although he “did not
expect to be invited.”
Te agitated crowd had to wait
ffteen minutes before the work ses-
sion could start before the auditors
explained the proposed audit. Dur-
ing the wait a yelling match broke
out amongst members of the audi-
ence with one saying “I’ll see you
outside!”
Te presentation by the auditors
calmed things down but the night
was not over.
Prior to going into executive ses-
sion to discuss personnel issues, the
appointed mayor announced the res-
Middletown freworks fare, then subside
Middletown residents prepare to comment on the town
budget during a controversial Town Council meeting.
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ignations of the new town attorney,
Jason Ransom and Mr. Wharton. Mr.
Ransom did not last a month. No
reason was given for the resignation.
By the time town council met this
week, things had calmed down. Both
part-time positions were put back in
the budget. More cuts were made.
Te town manager position was still
being axed. Te budget for $1,716,156
was passed with only Carole Snyder
voting against. Te budget allows
for $88,885 to be transferred from
reserves. Councilor Mark Davis said
that the council’s decision to make
last-minute personnel changes to the
budget was a fasco and did a lot of
damage.
Te other good news is that with-
out any signifcant problems in the
next month, the 2011/12 budget is
better than the $80,000 shortfall pro-
jected.
Te council approved the draft
audit. Tere were no freworks and
no citizen comments. Mr. Wharton
agreed to withdraw his resignation.
Te meeting lasted half an hour.
At the end of the meeting Town
Manager Joan Roche spoke about
how much she enjoyed working for
Middletown and with the staf and
residents. Many have thanked her for
her service and for keeping the town
running while the council was in tur-
moil. I know she will be missed.
At press time, it appears that all
members of the council and the
mayor are, or intend to, be registered
to run in the November elections.
Mary Shaw also is registered to run.
At next Tuesday’s committee
meeting the council will need to take
up a search for a new town attorney
and look at a proposed water agree-
ment with Winchester.
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Local business
By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
McCoy’s Dairy Bar
After listening to Jef McCoy’s story
of staying home to raise his three very
young children I understand why hav-
ing two restaurants is not a challenge.
Te original McCoy’s Dairy Bar, at
320 Fairfax Pike in Stephens City, has
been open for fve years. Te seasonal
establishment, which is the brain child
of son Corey, is a very busy and popu-
lar place. In season, it is open seven
days a week, from 11 am to 9 pm.
Te hot dogs are Hebrew Nationals
and the burgers are made fresh every
morning by hand. Jef thinks the chili
dog and hamburger are his two most
popular items. Freshly made french
fries round out a meal. Jef has a cus-
tomer that drives from Berkeley, West
Va. on a routine basis to get hot dogs.
Friday night is family night at Mc-
Coy’s. Classic cars drive in to com-
pete for a $50 prize. Families bring
chairs and blankets to hang out and
swap stories about the “good ole days.”
Weather permitting, McCoy’s will
start serving homemade specials, this
week being barbequed chicken with
two sides. Saturdays, McCoy’s hosts
lots of teams that play at Sherando
Park. One of the reasons the McCoy
family chose to locate on the Fairfax
Pike was the close proximity to the
park and Sherando High School.
Ice cream fies out of the small stand.
McCoy’s has the only favor burst ma-
chine in the area. Te machine sprays
favor into the high-end vanilla ice
cream and the cones come out with a
color scheme. One of the favorites is
the cotton candy favor that the kids
call “blue goo.”
Flavors to choose from are extensive.
On a recent day, Wayne Hoover came
in with his friend Courtney Sirovy.
Wayne opted for plain vanilla. Court-
ney had a strawberry cheesecake. All
of the sundaes come with homemade
brownies, fresh fruit and premium hot
fudge. Jef estimates that on a good
week in the summer, the Dairy Bar will
sell 130 gallons of ice cream.
Once the local fruit season kicks in
there will be homemade cobbler. Te
fresh fruit is in a pudding batter, with
cinnamon and brown sugar. During
peach season, Jef estimates that he
uses a bushel of peaches a weekend.
One Romney, West Va. family orders
cobblers and drives over to pick them
up.
On July 13th, McCoy’s and Food
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It’s summer time, and the living is easy
A sampling of Colin Camp-
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of the Children’s Miracle Network.
Te rain date is the 14th.
Eighteen months ago, Jef and his
wife Beverly opened a second restau-
rant in front of Delco Plaza in Win-
chester. McCoy’s Dairy Bar and Grill
will be open all year and has more
of a diner feel. Te food varieties are
broader in Winchester. Tere is home-
made chipped beef, beef sausage gravy
and biscuits, meat loaf and subs. Te
turkey is roasted at the restaurant and
the steak is rib eye. All of the recipes
used are from Jef’s family.
Tere is always a family member at
each location. Now that the McCoys
are having grandchildren, there also
will be the pitter patter of little feet.
Perhaps it will remind Jef of his “Mr.
Mom” days.
As a farmer and a foody, these two
restaurants are worth the trip.
McCoy’s Dairy Bar in Stephens City
can be reached at (540) 508-0032.
McCoy’s Dairy Bar and Grill in Win-
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7391.
Iris Hill Farm
Colin Campbell of Iris Hill Farm is
not your standard thirteen-year-old.
He received a gift of some irises from
his aunt when he was nine. Te irises
were planted on the family farm west
of Middletown. But it was not until he
was twelve that his love for irises re-
ally took hold. He began buying more
irises, joined the American Iris Society
and started a business selling them. A
year later, Colin has multiple iris gar-
dens. He learned to hybridize the iris-
es and is creating his own strains. He
recruited some of his friends to join
the Iris Society and they enjoy their
learning together.
Te farm has over 160 varieties.
Te dwarf irises bloom before the
tall bearded ones. Some of the newer
strains are rebloomers. Colin’s twenty
fve varieties of rebloomers will bloom
in the spring and the fall. Te irises
come in all colors of the rainbow. Dur-
ing July and August, Colin will dig up
the rhizomes, trim back the leaves and
sell some more plants. He takes pre-
orders and is already sold out of over
forty varieties.
Colin’s most expensive iris is $15.
Most are $6. Te minimum iris is $3.
Colin uses the money he earns from
his business to expand his collection.
He also tithes at his church and has
a mutual fund with his father. Te
homeschooler takes piano, cello and
voice lessons.
In addition to his irises, Colin also
has chickens, guinea hens and fruit
trees. His grapevines were sent to him
by his grandfather in Oregon.
Colin loves talking about his iris-
es and sharing his ever-expanding
knowledge of them. He’s happy to
explain the diferent varieties and the
hybridization process.
Iris Hill Farm is located at 465 Cha-
pel Road west of Middletown. Tey
can be reached at (540) 868-2123 to
schedule a tour or to buy some irises.
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By Jonathan Bennett
Frederick County Report
Old Town Winchester will be get-
ting a facelift soon, one that many
area residents and businesspeople
would agree is long overdue.
Te Old Town Development
Board’s monthly meeting was held
last week at the ERA Oak Crest
building on Kent Street. About thirty
people—business owners, board
members, and curious residents—
were in attendance to hear the latest
about projects to take place aimed at
enhancing the appearance, improv-
ing accessibility and drawing more
tourism to the area known as Old
Town Winchester.
Te frst of the items discussed
was Indian Alley and the work on it
scheduled to begin in July. Te alley,
which runs parallel a block west to
the outdoor mall from Cork Street
to Piccadilly, has long been relied
upon by business owners as a back
entrance to their stores on the mall
and provides some parking for the
businesses. But in recent years, it has
shown the wear and tear that come
from decades without improvement
save for patching up the occasional
pothole. Certainly $1 million in Util-
ity Revenue Bonds from the city will
get the job done.
Shenandoah Gas will start install-
ing new gas mains on July 16, but
this will not completely close the al-
ley. Construction will be carried out
in two phases and will add sidewalk
and streetscape improvements, re-
place all underground utilities, and
repave the entire alley. Phase One,
the southern half between Cork and
Boscawen streets, will begin on Au-
gust 1 and last thru the month. Phase
2, from Boscawen to Piccadilly, will
begin on September and it too will
take about a month to complete.
For business owners and residents
with parking spots on Indian Alley
that will be inaccessible for the dura-
tion of the work, the City is ofering
vouchers for the parking garages on
Braddock and Cameron streets.
Beginning on January 2, 2013, the
entire outdoor mall (‘walking mall’,
we call it here in town) will be some-
what of a quagmire of contractors
and tradesmen working double-time
to fnish their projects by the end of
April, projects like installing gate-
ways at the north and south entranc-
es to the mall on Piccadilly and Cork.
Tere will be a new water fountain
display installed close to where the
one is now between Union Jack and
Giovanni’s, but the new one will make
the original seem like a kiddy pool in
comparison. Public restrooms will
be installed somewhere on the south
side near Boscawen, and a 50 foot
wide walkway will clear a path from
the Cameron street parking garage
to the mall, a walkway which will
touch down near a location that has
become the object of much attention
for many townspeople and the ire for
Tere’s even a rock-climbing wall
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some who don’t see why it’s neces-
sary to carry out the work planned
for it.
Tat location would be 119-129
North Loudoun Street, known as the
Old Taylor Hotel. Right now it’s what
those in economic circles would refer
to as blighted property, but the City
has plans for it as big and ambitious
as the guys who frst built it in 1846
did. In 2010, the Taylor was placed
on the Virginia’s Most Endangered
Properties, and it’s prominence on
the pedestrian mall has given City
ofcials the motivation to not simply
fx it up, but integrate into the Old
Town Mall via residential proper-
ties, retail and restaurant space, and
recreational site, what Jim Deskins
refers to as a ‘pocket park’.
Deskins is the Director of Eco-
nomic Development for Winchester,
and he’s one of the many champi-
ons for the Taylor’s transformation
from eyesore to intrepid hot spot.
“We’re about to enter phase one for
the Taylor Hotel, the demolition and
stabilization of the existing structure.
While that’s going on, we’ll be look-
ing to go through the bids and select
a contractor. Te frst part will take
about ninety days, phase two would
take about nine months. Te whole
thing will be done by late summer of
next year.”
Deskins said that the City received
a HUD loan for $1 million and has
another $650,000 to add to that,
bringing the total available to $1.65
million. Phase two will involve con-
veying the project back to the EDA
and will be funded by a private de-
veloper at a cost of around $2 mil-
lion, bringing the grand total to $4
million. “Te frst phase monies are
federal and city funds that are being
used for a public purpose, and com-
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By Jonathan Bennett
Frederick County Report
You’re watching the 6 o’clock news
when the reporter on the screen
starts a segment about an as-yet un-
identifed strain of fu that may or
not be oozing its way through your
neck of the woods. Symptoms in-
clude headache, nausea, and chew-
ing on the arm of whoever’s unlucky
enough to be next to you. Your head
hurts and you feel queezy. You take
a breather from gnawing on the bi-
cep of your annoyed but patient sig-
nifcant other. Don’t panic, says the
reporter. But just in case, you might
want to get down to this location and
get vaccinated…
Te above scenario is hyperbolic at
best, of course. Being told about arm-
chew fu and realizing you already
have it might render vaccination as
something of a non-issue. However,
the Virginia Department of Health is
always working to vaccinate people
against new strains of diseases in
the event they need to immunize
large numbers of people. On Turs-
day, June 14, the VDH’s Lord Fairfax
District held a ‘point of dispensing’,
(POD), exercise at Johnson-Williams
Middle School in Berryville. Te
drill, which included Lord Fairfax
Health Department staf, community
partners, frst responders, and Medi-
cal Reserve Corps volunteers, was
intended to test the Health District’s
ability to deliver medications quickly
in emergencies, such as a pandemic.
“For this exercise, we’re presup-
posing that a new strain of fu has
emerged and that large numbers of
people need shots for it,” said Dr.
Charles Devine, Director of the Lord
Fairfax Health District. “Tis is a
necessary and valuable process be-
cause with each exercise we conduct,
usually once a year in this district,
we analyze unforeseen problems and
fgure out how to best work through
them if we can’t avoid them altogeth-
er.”
After triple-checking with the
good doctor that no actual needles
were involved and that the fu strain
he spoke of was entirely fctional, I
volunteered to run the gamut of the
medication dispensing process. First,
I was given a form to fll out—nothing
too involved; name, address, age, and
any allergies to medications (I used
an alias lest the fake fu fnd out who
I really am). Ten I was led to an area
designated for flling out the form;
today, we were using the school au-
ditorium. A translator is made avail-
able, as is a nurse practitioner to an-
swer questions. Next is the screening
table, where the information is veri-
fed and any additional information
is collected. Te fnal stop is the ad-
ministering tables, where the medi-
cines and immunizations are actually
dispensed. “For our purposes today,”
said Dr. Devine, “we’re using what
are essentially costly cofee stirrers
instead of syringes. Tey’re about the
same size and would hold as much
medication as the real thing.”
Department of Health Nurse Liz
Andrews then ‘administered’ the
meds to me; in a fash of foresight
I’d changed into a short-sleeved shirt
should this occasion arise. I gotta say,
it didn’t hurt as much as the tetanus
shot I got not long ago…
I asked Dr. Devine what the goal
was as far as setting up a facility like
this should they need to. “Ideally,” he
said, “we would be up and running
in under 24 hours. Tat’s going on
the assumption that the medications
and/or vaccinations we need are al-
ready available. If not, of course, it
could take longer. But once we’re
operational, we’d want to treat about
300 people an hour.”
Te Lord Fairfax District, or Dis-
trict 6, includes the city of Winchester
and Clarke, Shenandoah, Page, War-
ren, and Frederick counties. District
6, like others of its kind, is funded
by grants from the Emergency Pre-
paredness Response, an arm of the
Department of Homeland Security.
When asked how likely today’s sce-
nario is of unfolding in the real world,
Dr. Devine answered. “not very.”
“But we’ve gotta be well-prepared,”
said Matt LiPani, Public Information
Ofcer for the Northern Region of
VDH. “It’s important to have well-
trained staf to handle mass vaccina-
tions,” he said. “Troughout the day,
we have VDH evaluators keeping tabs
on things, always looking at where
we might improve on something.
Having a plan on paper is one thing.
Just as crucial, maybe more so, is the
ability to carry it out efectively.”
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The Warren County Fair presents
Warren County Fairground
Adults - $10.00; Children 7-12 years - $5.00; Under 6 years - Free
For info. call Chris at 540-931-4321 - Mike 540-683-4776
Fair Offce 540-635-5827
Schedule/Dates/Times Subject to Change
www.warrencountyfair.com
wcfair@comcast.net
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Rt 340/Fairground Rd. Front Royal
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ITTPA POINTS CLASSES
HU, A Love Song to God
A free presentation to the community
Singing HU can:
Help you experience divine love
Offer solace during times of grief
Bring peace and calm
Wednesday July 11 and Wednesday August 15
Throx Market Stn./Shell, Conference Rm.
1061 Millwood Pike, Winchester, VA
Free CD for those interested
Virginia Satsang Society, a Chartered Affiliate of Eckankar
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Dixie Plate Glass &
Mirror Company, LLC
6773 Valley Pike
Middletown, VA
(540) 869-4400
Glass tabletops, Custom wall
mirrors, Shower encloures,
Commericial Storefronts
Insulated glass replacements
Stephens City
Insurance Agency, Corp
5337 Main Street
Stephens City, VA
(540)868-9696
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Immediate SR-22
Auto, Home, Renters, etc
Artistically Framed, LLC
Custom Framing and Art
255 Fairfax Pike, Ste 2
Stephens City, VA
(540)868-2567
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HAIR DESIGNS
7716 Main St Middletown
at Middletown Courts
Open Tue-Fri
appointments or walk-ins.
Sat, available
by appointments
Call 868-1263
Winchester
Computer Repair
540-667-4777
2241 Papermill Road
Winchester, VA
info@winchestercomputer.net
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2012 Drum Circle
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July 13th & 14th
540-514-7327
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GREENWAY PRESCHOOL
& DAYCARE
Summer Camp,
Preschool, Daycare
Before/After School Care
Ages: 2-6
1275 Tasker Road Stephens City
Call 540-868-8728
Allstate
of Stephens City
540-736-5012
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Next to Martins
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Licensed in VA and WV
DCJS# 11-4805
Located in Winchester VA
1-540-888-3288
email: eotinv@visuallink.com
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Workers Comp, Process Service,
We provide services in a thorough and
confdential manner.
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SNEAKERS EDUCATION
CHILDCARE, INC
ENROLLING NOW
(Ages 3-5 years old)
mon-Fri. 6AM-6:30PM
915 S. Cameron St.
540-535-2031
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“Made in America”
Anniversary Sale
July 5-11
Biggest Sale of the
Year on Everything!
The Miller House
www.themillerhouse.net
540-869-2148
Dixie Plate Glass &
Mirror Company, LLC
6773 Valley Pike
Middletown, VA
(540) 869-4400
Glass tabletops, Custom wall
mirrors, Shower encloures,
Commericial Storefronts
Insulated glass replacements
Stephens City
Insurance Agency, Corp
5337 Main Street
Stephens City, VA
(540)868-9696
SCIAcorp@verizon.net
Immediate SR-22
Auto, Home, Renters, etc
Artistically Framed, LLC
Custom Framing and Art
255 Fairfax Pike, Ste 2
Stephens City, VA
(540)868-2567
SAVE 10% OFF
any custom framing
HAIR DESIGNS
7716 Main St Middletown
at Middletown Courts
Open Tue-Fri
appointments or walk-ins.
Sat, available
by appointments
Call 868-1263
Winchester
Computer Repair
540-667-4777
2241 Papermill Road
Winchester, VA
info@winchestercomputer.net
Winchestercomputer.net
2012 Drum Circle
Facilitators Workshop
July 13th & 14th
540-514-7327
Meet, Drum, Socialize
Drums & Mbira provided
Register at
www.mawuyadrummers.com
GREENWAY PRESCHOOL
& DAYCARE
Summer Camp,
Preschool, Daycare
Before/After School Care
Ages: 2-6
1275 Tasker Road Stephens City
Call 540-868-8728
Allstate
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540-736-5012
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Next to Martins
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Licensed in VA and WV
DCJS# 11-4805
Located in Winchester VA
1-540-888-3288
email: eotinv@visuallink.com
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Workers Comp, Process Service,
We provide services in a thorough and
confdential manner.
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SNEAKERS EDUCATION
CHILDCARE, INC
ENROLLING NOW
(Ages 3-5 years old)
mon-Fri. 6AM-6:30PM
915 S. Cameron St.
540-535-2031
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“Made in America”
Anniversary Sale
July 5-11
Biggest Sale of the
Year on Everything!
The Miller House
www.themillerhouse.net
540-869-2148
To advertise
Call 540-683-9197
or email
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Friday June 15
7pm Family Camp, a comedy, will be
presented at the Winchester Nazarene
Church off Middle Road in Winchester.
Audience participation is encouraged.
Admission is $10 and includes a buffet
dinner. Tickets may be purchased by
contacting Keith Crone @ 703-509-5619
or cronek@vmcmail.com, or contacting
The Core Church @ 540-662-5165.
12 noon lunch, 1 p.m. shotgun start for
The Laurel Center’s 9th Annual Golf Tour-
nament
$80 for a single spot or $320 for a four-
some
Fee Includes Green Fees, Cart and:
--Prizes for low scoring teams,
Long Drives, Closest to the Pins
--Goody Bags for all golfers
--Lunch & putting contest
--Awards Ceremony with Hors
d’oeuvres & Beverages. For more in-
formation contact Wendy Bancroft at
540/869-9944 email: wmbancroft@
gmail.com.
Saturday June 16
3pm to 7pm Beneft Event for Bill With-
ers, Sr. Reynolds Store Fire Dept. This is a
beneft for Bill Withers, Sr. who is fghting
cancer. There will be a spaghetti dinner,
music, a raffe, an auction, baked goods,
and a must see event! Meal tickets must
be reserved in advance. The cost of meal
tickets is $6. per person. (Few will be
available at the door) To donate cash,
items for raffe or auction, reserve meal
tickets, or for more information, please
call 540/450-7413 or 540/336-9077 or
540/247-5089
10am to 3pm Cruise-In-Fundraiser for
North River Valley Volunteer Fire Com-
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CARS/TRUCKS/MOTORCYCLES, DASH
PLAQUES FOR FIRST 50 ENTRIES. FUN
TIME FOR THE KIDS- GAMES, FOOD
& SOCK HOP MUSIC! HOME BAKED
GOODS/BAKE SALE FROM THE LADIES
OF THE COMMUNITY!
5:00 p.m. Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
for NRVVFC
7:00-10:00 pm “Jeans & Tonics” Party
Shenandoah Arts Council, 811 S. Lou-
doun Street. Live music, original art on
display, and the creation of art by attend-
ees all take place at this fun party.
Wednesday June 20
10am to 2pm Kids & Cops Bake Sale,
Car Wash and Silent Auction Former
National Guard Armory: Proceeds will
beneft the development of the Robert
Shickle Scholar
Thursday June 21
10am to 11:30am GMail for Business
FREE. Lord Fairfax Community CollegeC
orron Community Development Center.
173 Skirmisher Lane Middletown, VA
22645 Room 107
7am to 9pm MOMS Club of Front Royal is
teaming up with Tropical Smoothie Cafe
for a fundraiser! Come in to the Tropi-
cal Smoothie Cafe’s Front Royal loca-
tion between 7am and 9pm on Thursday
June 21st. Mention this fundraiser and
15% of your sales will go to MOMS Club
of Front Royal and our Clean Birth Kits
Service Project. For more information
visit http://asummerofgiving.blogspot.
com] or email the MOMS Club of Front
Royal at FrontRoyalMOMS@gmail.com
Friday June 22
The National Active and Retired Federal
Employees Association (NARFE) Win-
chester Chapter 180 will hold its monthly
luncheon and chapter meeting. Chapter
180 members, federal retirees and cur-
rently employed federal employees are
invited. Entertainment will be presented
by The Dixie Rthym Band. Lunch begins
at 11:30a.m. in the Lee Jackson banquet
room of the Best Western in Winchester,
Va. The cost is $11 for members and
guests. For further information and res-
ervations call Harmon Byrd at 540-877-
1952 by Monday June 18, 2012.
Saturday June 23
12pm to 5pm Car Wash. This is a fund-
raiser for BSA troop 159 out of Stephens
City. The car washes will be at the Bank
of Clarke County locations on Route 50,
on Route 522 and in Stephens City. This
will be for donations only, going to sum-
mer camp for the boys.
6:30 pm The Camp of Faith Church in
Stephens City is holding a block party at
the Newtown Commons. There will be
food, games, face painting, balloon ani-
mals, and free fun for the whole family!
Come on out and enjoy and evening of
fun and fellowship
Sunday June 24
11:30am to 4pm The Old Town Win-
chester Strolling Bridal Show, Free to the
public. Brides will register at Kimberly’s
from 11:30 a.m. till 4 p.m., then stroll the
walking mall visiting wonderful wedding
professionals and local businesses. The
event closes with a fashion show and
fabulous prize drawings at the George
Washington Hotel. Prizes include a $800
gift certifcate toward a gown at Bella’s
Bridal!
Monday June 25
6pm to 7pm Checking out eBooks for
your eReaders (not Kindle Fire) Bowman
Library. This workshop will cover how to
access the wide variety of e-books avail-
able through the Blue Ridge Download
Consortium. Workshop attendees will
learn how to browse, select, check out
and transfer eBooks as well as how to
use other features such as holds and the
Wish List. This workshop is for those who
have any e-reader other than the Kindle
Fire.
6pm to 8:pm all week. Stephens City
Community Vacation Bible School (VBS)
2012. Hosted by Stephens City Menno-
nite Church 5542 Valley Pike, Stephens
City, VA 22655. Phone 540.868.0136 to
register. June 25-29, 2012 6:00 P.M.
– 8:30 P.M. A dinner will be served each
evening. Other participating churches
are: Deliverance Ministries Pentecostal
Community Church, Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, Salem Church of the Brethren,
Sherando Presbyterian Church, Stephens
City Korean Community Church, and The
Exchange.
Tuesday June 26
6:30 to 7:30pm To eRead or Not to eRead
? Bowman Library. Thinking about pur-
chasing an eReader but not sure which
one to get or what to look for when pur-
chasing? This work shop will walk you
through the features of eReaders and the
pros and cons of ereading. The process
of selecting the right e-reader for you will
be discussed, including comparisons of
popular devices and consumer reports
information. The workshop will also
briefy cover how to get eBooks from the
library.
Friday June 29
3pm to 4pm Checking out eBooks for
your Kindle Fire. Bowman Library. Kindle
Fire is a whole new take on the e-reader.
Amazon released this upgraded version
of their popular Kindle line in November
2011 and it quickly became one of the
most popular e-readers available. This
workshop will cover how to access the
wide variety of e-books available through
the Blue Ridge Download Consortium.
Workshop attendees will learn how to
browse, select, check out and transfer
eBooks as well as how to use other fea-
tures such as holds and the Wish List.
This workshop will only cover use of the
Kindle Fire.
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will result in a structure with three
main features,”Deskin said. First,
the one-story addition that’s there
now will be taken down to accom-
modate the planned 10,000 square
feet for fve high-end apartments
and space for retail and restau-
rants. Next, there will be an out-
door amphitheatre with seating
for four hundred people to enjoy
concerts and plays on the pedes-
trian mall. Also, a large chunk of
the ground level will be parti-
tioned of for a farmer’s market,
the entrance to which will be part
of the aforementioned walkway
from Cameron Street. Te third
and perhaps most think-outside-
the-box addition to the Taylor Ho-
tel will be an indoor rock-climb-
ing wall inside the 60-foot tall fy
tower building. “We think that all
this—the apartments, the retail
space, the rock wall—will attract a
younger, more creative sect of the
population to Old Town,” said De-
skins. “It’s true that it is a large un-
dertaking in a relatively short time
period, but it’s more than worth it
to the City.”
Not just worth it aesthetically
and environmentally, but eco-
nomically, and it’s this last that
business owners like Sharon Boggs
are the most concerned with. Sha-
ron owns Potomac Bead Company
at 115 North Loudoun Street and
echoes Jim Deskins with optimism
for the future of Old Town: “Sure,
it’s gonna be tough for awhile dur-
ing all the construction. But I and
other businesspeople here in Old
Town really think that all these
projects will be good for us in the
long run.” Sharon says that though
both points of entry for her store
and others will be tough to get to
at one time or another in the com-
ing months, it’s for a greater good.
If you are a business owner or a
citizen with questions or concerns
about the Indian Alley project,
there are will be weekly meetings
held each Wednesday, beginning
July 18, in the Exhibit Hall on the
4th foor of City Hall on Cameron
Street.
More information on all these
projects can be found by contact-
ing the City of Winchester at www.
winchesterva.gov or call 540-667-
1815.
Continued from pg. 9
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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
FURNITURE
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)
2001 Ford Taurus Station Wagon,
V6, 3.0 Low mileage, non-smok-
ing interior. Garage kept, 1 own-
er. EC.
Call 540-869-2899 (3/22)
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)
YARD SALES
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)
5/0 sliding glass door. Not pack-
aged. $100/BO
Call 540-683-9197 (2/23)
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
Twin bed. Cherry wood, good con-
dition. $75. High quality sofa, good
shape. $100. Stephens City area.
Call 703-434-1130 (12/13)
Three dorm refrigerators for sale:
three different sizes, $65-85.
Call 540-869-7977 (12/20)
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)
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)
VINTAGE TEA ROSE - PURE EL-
EGANCE comes with settee, 4chairs,
coffee table, and end tables. Mohaga-
ny dining room table, two black leather
chairs, kitchen table, 3 printers, print
stand, offce desk, large and small
paintings, 2 foor size rugs, sewing
machine. Call 540-686-5769 (2/23)
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
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Used only for browsing --
$777.00 Call 540-545-2052
The iMac “Core i3” 3.06 21.5-Inch
Aluminum (Mid-2010) is powered by
a dual core 3.06 GHz Intel “Core i3”
I3-540 (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 Interface” (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-load-
ing DVD±R DL “SuperDrive”, and ATI
Radeon 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-back-
lit TFT Active Matrix LCD (1920x1080
native) display “with IPS technology”.
Connectivity includes four USB 2.0
ports, a Firewire “800” port, built-in Air-
Port 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 re-
ceipt $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
HOUSE – Large Farmhouse (Eight
Rooms – Two Bathrooms), Two
Acres (Barn for Animals/Several
Sheds) – Propane Heat – Applianc-
es – Stephens City, VA - Deposit/
Credit Check Required - $1,400.00/
month. 540-247-9456
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.
HOUSE – Large Farmhouse (Eight
Rooms – Two Bathrooms), Two
Acres (Barn for Animals/Several
Sheds) – Propane Heat – Applianc-
es – Stephens City, VA - Deposit/
Credit Check Required - $1,400.00/
month. 540-247-9456
Congregational Christian Fel-
lowship Church will be holding a
Yard Sale on Friday and Satur-
day, June 22 and 23, from 8:00
am Until ? at the church. The
church is located at 2908 Middle
Road in Winchester, VA. All
proceeds will be used for needy
families. For further information
you may call 540-896-3394 or
540-662-1636.
540-551-2072
Magic Chef Gas Range
VG condition, standard 30”
eggshell w/black glass front
We switched to electric.
EVERYTHING
WORKS GREAT!
$50
obo
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)
SOLD
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26th Annual “Old Dominion” Foxfeld
Equipment Auction June 30, 2012 at
9:00 AM. Foxfeld Race Course Char-
lottesville, VA. Early Consignments
Include (10) Tractors including: JD,
Ford, NH, Kubota & Jubilee; (23) Ve-
hicles, Trucks & Trailers; (20) Items
Hay & Livestock Equipment; (17)
Items Tillage & Forage Equipment;
(164) Items of Miscellaneous, Lawn &
Garden & Shop Equipment. Detailed
Brochure, Coleman Sales Inc. 434-
286-2743 or www.colemansalesinc.
com (VAAF 197)
CREDITOR’S AUCTION – J. Bruce
Barnes Lumber Co., 5755 Te Square,
Crozet, VA. 10 AM, Wednesday, June
27. Equipment including Fork Lift,
Snap-On Tools, Kiln, Lumber Carts,
Mechanic Tools, Golf Cart, Approxi-
mately 100K Board Feet Lumber. Real
Estate Will Also Be Ofered for Sale.
Go to our web site for complete infor-
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REAL ESTATE AUCTION: SCOTTS-
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Monticello. Saturday, June 30 at 11am.
14.84 Acres with 2 Homes. Luper Auc-
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• Check and top-off all vital fuid levels
• Check and adjust tire pressure to specs
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Plus 10% OFF Any
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Our Normal LOW Price
Oil & Filter Change
$
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00
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VINTAGE CLUB SPECIAL
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OFF
Up to 5 YEARS OLD
TAKE
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$
39
95
Some vehicles
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ONLY
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2010 CHEVY AVEO 5EDAN LI
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