Frederick County Report 10/19/2011

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October 19 - 25, 2011



Volume IIl, Issue 41

Serving all of Frederick County and Winchester City





National School Repeating history: 1864 6 Bus Safety Week Middletown Fight to Drive Council Meetings



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Middletown Town Council Meeting and Public Hearings
By Sue Golden Frederick County Report The Middletown Town Council met on Tuesday, October 11th. Prior to the Council meeting, the Council held public hearings on three issues: an increase in the real estate tax rate from .065 per $100, to .10 per $100, a change to pay the mayor’s salary in monthly installments, as opposed to the current payment of twice a year, and a change to make the Code of Middletown gender-neutral. There were no speakers at the hearings. The Council unanimously passed the latter two issues. The real estate tax issue was shelved until information requested by the Council is provided and reviewed. Mayor Mark Brown informed the Council that Councilor Gerald D. (Dave) Sinclair was not eligible to vote as a Councilor, while he was acting Mayor. Therefore, the vote to raise the fees for turning off and on water for late payment passed on its first and second readings by three votes to two, at the last Town Council meeting. Currently, a delinquent bill is charged ten percent until paid. If the bill is not paid within 35 days, the water is shut off by the Town. The Town charges $25 to reconnect the water line, in addition to the ten percent. The new ordinance will maintain the ten percent delinquent fee, but charge $50 to shut off the water, $50 to reconnect the water, and $50 if the Town reconnects the water during other than business hours. Councilor Donna M.D. Gray called the ordinance “outrageous,” and said people could not afford to pay their water bills, never mind pay the fees. The ordinance passed, with Councilor Gray and Councilor Charles H. Harbaugh IV voting no. A public hearing will be held on November 14, at 6:45 pm. The Council also sparred over moving the place and time of Town elections. Currently, the elections are held at Town Hall in May. The Council is looking at moving the elections to coincide with the November elections, which are held at Middletown Elementary School. The Town of Stephens City is looking at the same change. According to the Frederick County Registrar, Rick Miller, the Town will save money by sharing expenses with the County and State in November. Mr. Miller estimates a $3,000 savings, although that is not firm. The Councilors disagreed on whether money would be saved, and also over the fact that everyone on the Council, and the Mayor, will serve six extra months in office if the date is changed. Councilor Gray disputed the savings. The ordinance passed on the first and second readings, with Councilors Gray and Harbaugh voting no. There also was discussion of the fact that, after over a decade of the Middletown Police Department handling security for the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation, at a discounted price, during the reenactment of the Battle of Cedar Creek, the Chief of Police, Phillip Breeden, received a call within a month of the event from the Foundation, saying that the Middletown Police would not be needed this year. The Mayor commented that, even though the Town thought of the reenactment as a “Town” event, the Town is not included. The Mayor has fought for years to have the shuttle bus run through Middletown, to no avail. During September there were 30 calls for service to the Police Department, and the Department wrote 40 citations. The Department has two new felony cases, and received two indictments. The Department recently hired a new officer, Gruff Herman. The Department received 35 applications for the position. While presenting the monthly bills to Council, Councilor Carl H. Bernhards, Jr., noted that the Town usually pays about $25,000 per month to Winchester to purchase water. In September, the bill was $36,486, due to water leaks. On November 1st, the State will be doing a water survey. Councilor Gray voted against paying the bills. A representative from Congressman Frank Wolfe’s reelection campaign attended the meeting, as part of his outreach to the Town. The only other politician to attend recent Town Council meetings is Branson Miller (D), who is running for the Back Creek seat on the Board of Supervisors. Mr. Miller has attended a number of meetings. Councilor Sinclair did not attend the meeting.

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Crime of the Week
Winchester Crime of the Week - October 7, 2011
Location: 7 Eleven, 715 S Braddock St Date of Crime: September 25, 2011 Type of Crime: Robbery A little after 4am a suspect with a knife entered the business and demanded money from the clerks. The clerks complied and the suspect ran south on Braddock Street. The suspect was described as a light skin black male, 5’8”-5’10”, wearing a baseball cap, heavy red sweatshirt with the hood up, blue jeans and a black scarf or bandana which he held over his mouth. If you should have any information in reference to this or any other crimes, please contact the Crime Solvers Hotline at (540) 665 – TIPS (8477). Information leading to the arrest of a suspect may result in a reward of up to $1,000


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Duane Keith Jones Family and Friends mourn the loss of a friendly and caring man on October 12, 2011. Duane Keith Jones reunited in God’s Kingdom with his father, John Wayne Jones, paternal grandparents, John Wesley and Jessie Jones, and maternal grandparents, William and Waneta Carter. Memorial contributions may be made to Berryville Baptist Church, 114 Academy St., Berryville, VA 22611. Catherine Douglas Duvall Swimley Catherine Douglas Duvall Swimley, 94, of Winchester, Virginia, went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 at her home, Memorial contributions may be made to Burnt Factory United Methodist Church, 1943 Jordan Springs Road, Stephenson, VA. John Scully White John Scully White, 63, of Winchester, Virginia, died Wednesday, October 12, 2011 at his residence. Memorial contributions may be made to NW Works 3085 Shawnee Drive, Winchester, VA 22601 or to Blue Ridge Hospice 333 West Cork Street, Winchester, VA 22601. Louise Sylvia Roberts Louise Sylvia Roberts, 82, of Cross Junction, Virginia, died Tuesday, October 11, 2011 in Winchester Medical Center. Memorial contributions may be made to the Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 West Cork Street, Suite 4058, Winchester, Virginia 22601. Laura Marie Shaver Laura Marie Shaver, 92, of Charles City, Virginia died Tuesday in Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Facility. Memorial contributions may be made to American Kidney Foundation, 6110 Executive Blvd., Suite 1010, Rockville, MD 20852 Sandra M. Elledge Sandra Ann Majors Elledge, age 70, of Knoxville, TN, died Friday, October 14, 2011, at Winchester Medical Center. Memorial contributions in her honor may be made to Episcopal Appalachian Ministries, 161 E. Ravine Road, Kingsport, TN 37660, web site www.visit-EAM. org. Margaret E. “Libby” Gill Margaret Elizabeth Wynkoop Gill, age 86, of Winchester, Virginia, died Saturday, October 15, 2011, at Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Center. Memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 West Cork St., Suite 405, Winchester, Virginia 22601. Virginia L. Shirley Virginia Lee Shirley, 81, of Winchester, Virginia died Monday in Apple Manor Assisted Living. Memorial contributions may be made to Old Bethel United Methodist Church, 560 Old Bethel Church Road, Winchester, Virginia 22603.

Frederick County Crime of the Week - Oct. 17, 2011
This week’s Crime Solvers Crime has to do with a burglary and grand larceny. The Frederick County Sheriff ’s Office is investigating a burglary and grand larceny which occurred at the Mimosa Restaurant located at 202 Grocery Avenue on August 12, 2011. Unknown suspect(s) forcibly entered the restaurant and removed a cash register containing an unknown amount of cash. County Report If you have any information regarding a suspect or suspect vehicle in this incident, or any information on any other cases that have been highlighted by TV3 Winchester, please call the Crime Solvers Hotline at (540) 665-TIPS (8477). Information leading to the arrest of a suspect may result in a reward of up to $1,000

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Sherando students “Fight to Drive Right”
Teens learn dangers of texting while driving & driving under the influence of alcohol.
driven for the alcohol impairment course. While a deputy sheriff rode with a student, another deputy would throw objects into the course to see how well the driver would be able to maneuver around the object. Students’ scores were based on how well they could safely avoid the objects without hitting any cones. A John Deere “Gator” was used for the texting course. A member of one of the Sherando DECA teams would text the student who was driving and the student would have to text back. A deputy would score the student on how many cones he or she hit while driving and texting. The purpose of “Fight to Drive Right” was not to show how well the students could drive while texting or under the “effects” of alcohol, but to show the teenagers how these behaviors affect their ability to drive safely. Lauren Evers, a Sherando student, said she received a score of 15 out of a possible 45 for the alcohol impairment course. Hannah Fost, the treasurer of the Sherando chapter of DECA, said the idea for the event came from sympathy for people in the area who had recently lost loved ones due to car accidents. She said, “Little things are important. They can save your life.” Of the eighteen Sherando students who registered for

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The student parking lot at Sherando was set up with different courses to show students how texting and driving while intoxicated can affect their ability to drive safely. Of course, alcoholic beverages were not used, but students wore goggles that simulate what it feels like to drive while under the influence of alcohol. Members of Frederick County Sheriff ’s Office had set up cones for the courses. The Sherando Band’s golf cart was

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A Frederick County Sheriff’s deputy lifts a go-cart in order to dislodge a cone during the “Fight to Drive Right” at Sherando High School this past Sunday afternoon.

Sunday’s event, most were female. A member of Sherando’s administration said she thought the main reason for this was due to conflicting schedules for male

members of DECA. Later in the school year, Sherando’s DECA team will compete with 20-25 other DECA chapters in the state. The “Fight

Ashlynn Smeltzer, a Sherando student, navigates a turn while texting. Meanwhile, Corporal Mike Ellinger keeps score.

James Wood High School “Pathway of Pride” Dedication
James Wood High School and the James Wood Touchdown Club will be dedicating the new “Pathway of Pride” prior to the Colonels’ football game against Millbrook on Friday, October 21, 2011 at 6 p.m.. The dedication ceremony will be held just inside the entrance to Kelican Stadium at James Wood High School. Four contributors to the JWHS Athletics Program will be inducted during the dedication. They include Don Shirley, former JWHS principal; Wendell Dick, former JWHS administrator; Walter Barr, former JWHS coach; and Jim Casey, former JWHS coach and athletic director.

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History repeats itself with guns blazing at Cedar Creek
wounded while others stayed perfectly still throughout the reenactment. The crowds seemed delighted with the scenes of soldiers fighting furiously with each other. Before the infantry clashed, the cavalrymen thundered toward one another simulating a cavalry skirmish that opened the battle about a mile away from the site of the reenactment, which took place down the street from Belle Grove plantation where the battle swirled. After this the Union infantry advanced, and then were pushed back, just as they were in real life. However, their withdrawal was more ordered than the wild melee that actually accompanied the massive surprise attack masterminded by the Confederate high command. The first day’s reenactment ended with the Union soldiers retreating toward the small white Heater house. The second day witnessed the Union resurgence which accompanied the arrival of Union commander Phil Sheridan, who completed his famed ride from his headquarters in distant Winchester down the Valley Pike. The Union ended up winning a smashing lethal victory for their cause at Cedar Creek that helped get Abraham Lincoln reelected in November of that year. This effectively ended the chances of Southern independence, making Cedar Creek easily one of the most important engagements in the Civil War.

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By Jonathan Lucci Frederick County Report This past weekend, thousands of people gathered to watch Civil War reenactors from around the nation recreate the spectacle of the battle of Cedar Creek, which occurred in Middletown on October 19, 1864. The event lasted both Saturday and Sunday, with reenators in blue and gray, some on thundering horses recreating the gruesome reality of the Civil War. The beautiful cool autumn weather probably had something to do with the swelling crowds of people who lined up to watch the spectacle of artificial violence. The reenactment went off without a hitch, beginning with some cavalry demonstrations and continuing into the battle. Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation President Tim Stowe opened the event, speaking of a member that recently died and dedicating a library in the

visitor’s center to her memory and honor. The battle taught the crowds that the combat of the Civil War was certainly a loud affair, as rows of muskets discharged simultaneously and cannon boomed, belching fire and smoke into the air. Some reenactors fell to the ground, pretending to have been struck, some of them writhing as if

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the item is unavailable through that community, we can repost with a few clicks to GSA, NASA, SEWP (Solutions for Enterprise Procurement), or the open market. “Similar advantages are available for managing what we call ‘set-asides,’” Taylor continued. “Reverse auction enables buyers like VA to solicit only Disadvantaged Veteran-Owned Small Businesses. Then, if necessary, we can repost the requirement to the Veteran-Owned Small Business or other set-aside communities. “Everybody wins,” she said. “VA wins, the American taxpayer wins, small businesses win. Most importantly, our Veterans win.” (From a release)

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The reverse auction is a commercial online service that allows VA buyers to purchase quality products — everything from printers to bath towels — at significant savings. The system has saved VA $2 million since March. A new way of buying medical supplies for its hospitals has saved the Department of Veterans Affairs $2 million since March 2011 Some people use coupons to save money when they go shopping. Sadly, the coupon route is not an option for the Department of Veterans Affairs when it goes shopping for the medical supplies it needs to care for America’s Veterans. But the professional buyers at VA recently figured out a way to buy quality merchandise for a lot less, and it’s already saved VA big bucks in 2011 alone. “Earlier this year we began using a commercial online reverse auction service,” explained Susan Taylor, Deputy Chief Procurement Officer for the Veterans Health Administration’s Office of Procurement and Logistics. “It’s free to the government, it requires no software or system installation to use, and it’s already saved us about two million dollars since March. In this kind of economic environment, two million dollars is not small change.” “It’s online shopping, pure and simple. Better yet, it’s onestop online shopping.” - Norbert Doyle, Acting Chief Procurement and Logistics Officer, VHA Taylor noted that in addition to the cost savings, the reverse auction has also been helpful in supporting VHA’s socio-economic small business goals. “Sixty-four percent of our reverse auction awards this year went to small businesses,” she said, “and half of those went to Veteran-owned small businesses.” So what’s a reverse auction, anyway? “A reverse auction is a competitive process in which a buyer, like VA, solicits bids from sellers during a period of time set by the buyer,” Taylor explained. “During the reverse auction, sellers have the opportunity to submit a single bid or multiple decreasing bids. So the more competitive the requirement, the better the savings. “Let me give you an example,” she continued. “Recently, we posted a ‘buy’ for exam lights to the GSA Contract Community. It closed with five sellers bidding a total of 19 times. The winning bid was $7,233…that’s 14 percent under what we estimated the lights would cost. Fourteen percent isn’t too shoddy. I’ll take 14 percent any day.” Taylor, who brought the reverse auction idea with her when she transferred to VA from another agency, gave another example of just how much money the Department is saving with this new way of buying. “We posted a ‘buy’ to the Open Market for sterilization trays. It closed with 13 sellers bidding a total of 32 times. The winning bid was $27,253, which is 10 percent below the government estimate. Ten percent here, 14 percent there…it adds up pretty quickly.” Norbert Doyle, Acting Chief Procurement and Logistics Officer, said VHA’s purchasing process was less efficient, and less cost effective, before the reverse auction came along. “Previously, VHA contracting personnel had to log in to multiple systems to post their requirements,” he explained. “They were also relying on conventional processes such as the phone, fax, and email to obtain quotes from vendors. “On top of that, any supplemental price negotiation involved manual, time-intensive efforts. The reverse auction eliminates all of that. It’s online shopping, pure and simple. Better yet, it’s one-stop online shopping.” Susan Taylor agreed that the reverse auction saves both money and time. (And time, as we all know, is money.) “Our buyers can now use a single tool to quickly post to a wide range of different competitive scenarios,” she said. “For example, we can try posting to the VA Federal Supply Schedule contract community. Then, if

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FCPS recognizes National School Bus Safety Week
for students to remain in view of the driver, they should always follow the driver’s hand signal to cross.” In the early 1990’s, the National Association for Pupil Transportation, the National School Transportation Association, and the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services joined forces to form the National School Bus Safety Week Committee and coordinate School Bus Safety Week activities throughout the country. The members of the committee, joined by several other sponsors, make this annual event possible. The purpose of National School Bus Safety Week is to emphasize the need for motorists and students to use increased care when near a school bus. National School Bus Safety Week also provides the opportunity to explain and emphasize the School Bus Stop Law, remind school bus drivers of the importance of their duties and keep the public advised on the important role pupil transportation plays in the total education program. Each day, the Frederick County Public Schools’ bus fleet travels in excess of 11,000 miles taking students to and from school, on field trips and to academic and athletic competitions. Over the course of the school year, the school bus fleet will amass more than 2.4 million miles. All Frederick County Public
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School buses include the safety equipment mandated by the Virginia Department of Education as well as additional safety components such as retractable chains for driving in snow and ice, heated outside mirrors, and fog lamps. In addition, all Frederick County school buses are inspected every 2,500 miles as required by law. Puglisi says, “School buses have an excellent safety record and are the only mode of transportation that’s been reducing accidents, injuries and fatalities annually while increasing the

number of passengers and miles traveled. Although buses are designed to be safe, our safety record is the result of the professionals who work each day in the Transportation Department training drivers, inspecting buses, planning routes and driving the buses. It’s a team effort and each member of our team takes great pride in their work and the role they play in helping students be successful.” (From a release)

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Steaming in column, probably while departing Hampton Roads, Virginia, at the start of their cruise around the World, December 1907.
In the United States, the Navy League of the United States organized the first Navy Day in 1922, holding it on October 27 because it was the birthday of the navy-obsessed President Theodore Roosevelt. Although meeting with mixed reviews the first year, in 1923 over 50 major cities participated, and the United States Navy sent a number of its ships to various port cities for the occasion. The 1945 Navy Day was an especially large celebration, with President Harry S. Truman reviewing the fleet in New York Harbor. In 1949, Louis A. Johnson, secretary of the newly created Department of Defense, directed that the U.S. Navy’s participation occur on Armed Forces Day in May, although as a civilian organization the Navy League was not affected by this directive, and continued to organize Navy Day celebrations as before. In the 1970s, the “birthday” of the Continental Navy was found to be October 13, 1775, and so CNO Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt worked with the Navy League to define October 13 as the new date of Navy Day. However, Navy Day in the United States is still largely recognized as October 27th. The Navy traces its origins to the Continental Navy, which was established during the American Revolutionary War and was essentially disbanded as a separate entity shortly thereafter. The United States Constitution provided the legal basis for a military force by giving Congress the power “to provide and maintain a navy”. Today, the United States Navy is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. The U.S. Navy is the largest in the world; its battle fleet tonnage is greater than that of the next 13 largest navies combined. The U.S. Navy also has the world’s largest carrier fleet, with 11 in service, one under construction (two planned), and one in reserve. The service had 328,516 personnel on active duty and 101,689 in the Navy Reserve in January 2011. It operates 286 ships in active service and more than 3,700 aircraft. (From wikipedia)



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By Amanda Iacone Virginia Statehouse News RICHMOND — Overworked and under-trained social service employees are largely to blame for Virginia paying millions in Medicaid benefits to ineligible recipients, according to a state report. Virginia is looking to address these errors by 2014, when as many as 400,000 new Medicaid recipients are expected to join about 1 million current enrollees in a system that costs billions annually to operate. The two-year study found that the state could be overspending as much as $263 million a year or as little as $18 million based on 2009 data. “We don’t have the records to know whether or not (the Medicaid recipients) were eligible. Since the records aren’t there, they could have been eligible. There’s no way to know,” Ashley Colvin, chief legislative analyst for the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission, or JLARC, said about the cost disparity. Most improper payments to providers — 20 percent of all Medicaid claims — occurred because caseworkers enrolled people who were ineligible or who did not submit the required paperwork to determine their eligibility, said Colvin, who audited case files for his report. Colvin, author of the study, earlier this week presented the results into fraud, abuse and error rates in the state’s Medicaid system to the commission during its monthly meeting. The study also recommended using a computer-based enrollment process and strengthening internal auditing procedures. Colvin said the state has fewer caseworkers to handle the avalanche of new applications as more Virginians seek help during the Great Recession. These caseworkers also renew applications for existing recipients and handle applications for other assistance programs, like food stamps and energy assistance. Virginia’s city and county governments employ about 2,400 case workers. But as many as 300 more caseworkers are needed statewide, said Chris Spanos, a lobbyist for the Virginia League of Social Services Executives, which represents city and county social services de-

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partments’ directors. “We’re short hundreds of workers, which puts everyone under pressure,” Spanos said. Since 2007, the number of people enrolled in Medicaid has increased 14 percent in Virginia. The state also has lagged behind on training its workers to navigate government databases and regulations, Spanos said. “It appears that current training is inadequate to ensure that caseworkers comply with current Medicaid policy,” Colvin said. “Both (the state Department of Medical Assistance Services) and (the state Department of Social Services) report new types of training are needed. And local department staff also told us they need training in how to understand legal documents involving estates or stock transfers.” Cindi B. Jones, director of the Department of Medical Assistance Service, did not address Colvin’s concerns about the lack of training either in her remarks to JLARC or in a letter she submitted to the commission. Jones could not be reached for comment Thursday. “It’s not a surprise that this is what the report found. It confirms what I’ve been hearing anecdotally for years. They are overworked … . And it’s a difficult job,” said Charles Smith, director of American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3001, which represents a few hundred case workers in Northern Virginia. “The requirements are difficult to keep pace with. They are ever changing,” Smith said.

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Wednesday October 19 10:30am The Winchester Area Newcomers Club, a social club for women, will hold its next meeting at the Opequon Presbeyterian Church in Kernstown, A “volunteer fair” will headline the program. For more information: 540-328-0622; [email protected] 6pm Free movie night and introduction into the work of Louise Hay, Author of “You Can Heal Your Life”. In this film, Louise teaches us how her views on self-esteem, abundance & emotional causes behind physical ailments were developed. This movie also reveals how she applies these concepts to her own emotional, spiritual and professional life. Join us at New Leaf, 2404 Valley Ave Winchester. Space is limited to 20 guests. Call 540-722-0020 Thursday October 20 11:30am - 12:30pm “Dash Diet.” Brush up on coooking techniques that may help lower your blood pressure. Learn about the Dash diet eating plan which has been endorsed by the American Heart Association; The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institutes; and the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Bowman Library, Stephens City Karen Ridings, VA Cooperative ExtensionFrederick County office, 665-5699 7pm Candlelight Vigil on back steps of the Joint Judicial Center on Cameron Street in Winchester. Join us for the 20th Annual Candlelight Vigil to remember those lost to intimate partner violence and honor those who have survived. This FREE community event will be held on the back steps of the Joint Judicial Center on Cameron Street in Winchester. Musical guest is the Sherando High School Choir. The event will feature the Clothesline Project and the Silent Witness Display. For more information call 667-6160. 9am - 3pm Medicare Part D day at Health Professions Building, 1775 North Sector Ct in Winchester. The Shenandoah University Bernard J Dunn School of Pharmacy will be hosting the annual Medicare Part D Day. The event will be held at the Health Professions Building, 1775 North Sector Ct in Winchester, VA. The purpose of this event is to help those who need Medicare Part D prescription coverage choose the best plan according to their medications for the upcoming year. The service is free of charge and no appointment is necessary. Those interested in this service should bring their current Medicare or prescription insurance card and a complete list of their current medications. Please call 540-678-4364 with any questions. Friday October 21 Haunted Woods Camp Rock Enon, 292 Rock Enon Springs Road, Gore, VA. Camp Rock Enon in Gore will once again host the Haunted House and Haunted Trail on two full weekends: Oct. 21 – 23 & 28 - 30. Come out to the camp at 292 Rock Enon Springs Road and walk through the newly renovated Haunted House and the equally frightening Haunted Woods. Hours for the PG version for those wishing to be really scared are Friday: 6 - 10 pm; Saturday: 6

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pressure. Learn basics of using other protein sources in your diet. Presenter is Karen Ridings, Frederick County Extension Agent. Barbara Dickinson 540/6629041, ext. 31 Thursday October 27 4pm - 7pm View and Provide Comments on Proposed Improvements for the Old Town Pedestrian Mall. You Are Cordially Invited To Attend an Open House to view and provide comments on proposed improvements for the Old Town Pedestrian Mall. Location: 4th Floor Exhibit Hall, City Hall, 15 N. Cameron Street. The City of Winchester is planning to replace all of the underground utilities on the Pedestrian Mall between Cork Street and Piccadilly Street with construction beginning on January 2, 2013. This project will allow for enhanced streetscape and landscaping opportunities, possible gateway structures to be constructed, and other potential improvements including water features and a public restroom. The City of Winchester is hosting this Open House to allow interested businesses and residents the opportunity to look at the improvements that are being considered and provide comments. This is an informal event, so please feel free to come anytime between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm. City Council is expected to make the final decision on the project components early in 2012. If you are unable to attend this Open House, but would still like to look at the plans for the improvements, please contact Perry Eisenach at (540) 667-1815 or by email at: [email protected] . We look forward to receiving your input on this very important project. Friday October 28 6pm - 8pm Association of Retarded Citizens Activity Night at War Memorial Building Social Hall in Jim Barnett Park, Winchester. “Ruritan is a national organization dedicated to improving communities and building a better America through Fellowship, Goodwill and Community Service” Finger Food and snacks will be served. Goody bags will be available. There will be music for dancing. We are encouraging everyone to come in costume, but what is most important is that you come and have a good time! Prizes for the best costumes! Contact Roger or Lorraine Miller (540) 667-8123 5pm - 9pm Halloween Cruise In McCoy’s Dairy Bar & Grill, 980 Millwood Pike, Winchester. Car hop service available Come dressed in your costume, 50/50 drawing and a DJ! Awards for best male costume and awards for best female costume 540-686-7391 Saturday October 29 11am - 3pm Frederick County Esther Boyd Animal Shelter is sponsoring a Rabies Clinic. The clinic benefits dogs and cats four months of age or older. Rabies vaccinations are $10. Payment may be made by cash only. Bring record of previous vaccination if available.Please bring dogs on leashes and cats in carriers. The shelter is located at 161 Fort Collier Road next to the Regional Jail. Call the shelter for more information at 540/667-9192. 10am - 6pm Experience emotional freedom now in this transformational workshop created by bestselling author Louise L. Hay. (You can heal your life). You will discover the mindset that has limited your success in many areas of your life. Sat and Sun at New Leaf, 2404 Valley Ave, Winchester VA. Advance registration and deposit are required by Monday October 24th. Save $50 if you enroll by October 17th. Contact Kelly Peacock for more information at 540-722-0020. www. 2pm - 4pm Please join us at Gander Mountain located at 251 Commonwealth Court in Winchester as we search for everyday heroes! Frederick County and Winchester Fire and Rescue are actively recruiting volunteers! Are you an everyday hero? Live Remote by Q102 will include food and prizes! Fire Apparatus will be on display! Come out, shop for all your hunting needs, listen to some great music and learn more. Discover the HERO in you! 6:30pm Historic Jordan Springs to host Virginia Premier of Paranormal Documentary: Haunts of Jordan Springs. Jordan Springs will premier the long-awaited paranormal documentary “Haunts of Jordan Springs,” a 37 minute expose on the confirmed activity over the last four years. Produced by Adventure Myths, the DVD will also be available for purchase that night with advance sales available through the box office. The event will begin with the annual candlelit tour, complete with tales of ghosts past, exploring many of the actual areas shown in the documentary. Following the tour will be a four course meal prepared by the estate culinary team, and finally, the premier showing of the documentary in the 1832 Carriage House. Further Information: Colt Nutter Phone: 540-667-7744. Email [email protected], Located at: 1160 Jordan Springs Road, Stephenson , VA 22656 Midnight Alamo Drafthouse Winchester - Rocky Horror Picture Show / Fundraiser Sponsor: ARE & Victoria Kidd-OMP Consulting Group Inc. The Alamo Drafthouse, 181 Kernstown Commons, Winchester, VA 22602. Cost: $30 per person which includes audience participation bags. For tickets call 540-536-5291 or visit website: under “Events” button. Sunday October 30 7am - 12pm 1st annual breakfast at Star Tannery volunteer fire department. $6.50 per meal. Sausage, pancakes, gravy, eggs, hash browns, fruit, coffee, tea. Come out and support us! 12pm Trail ride to benefit therapeutic riding center. The 5th Annual Benefit Trail Ride will be held at Marriott Ranch in Hume, VA. Cost for the 90-minute Trail Ride and Lunch is $75 per person; participants will ride horses provided by Marriott, and minimum age is 10 years old. The event benefits The Blue Ridge Center for Therapeutic Horsemanship

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Jonathan Lucci Frederick County Report Drama and the spirit of young athletes striving for victory against a bitter enemy filled Arrowhead stadium on Monday night as the Sherando Warriors pulled off one of their most epic of victories against their rivals the Handley Judges. The game ended in highly dramatic fashion as the Warriors came back from a two touchdown deficit to take down the Judges in the second overtime. The scene was one of jubilation when the Warriors stormed the field in celebration, hugging and tackling each other to the ground in pure happiness. For most of the game, it seemed as if the Warriors would be defeated for the fourth straight time by the Judges, despite the fact the Warriors record seemed to indicate their superiority. The Judges scored twice in the first half and the Warriors squandered several promising drives. Sherando quarterback Jalen Brisco did not look at his best, floating passes that were intercepted and missing open receivers. Brisco was candid about his performance. “I didn’t have my best game, but we never gave up,” said Brisco in the locker room after the game. The mood at halftime was one of frustration and anger, the players and coaches seeming to sense they were in a position to come back and tie the game. Coaches exhorted players not to give up and that there was plenty of time to make up the relatively small deficit if they executed properly. The offensive and defensive linemen seemed particularly ready to up their game. Joe Ojo, as he has done so often this year, simply took over in the second half, flying down the field and shredding the Judges defensive front. Still the Warriors squandered a promising drive at the beginning of the third quarter. Finally the Warriors scored, but missed the extra point. Then Sherando got the ball with several minutes to go and Jalen Brisco stepped up to get a win for his teammates. With the calm mastery of a much older player, Brisco led his team down the field and scored a touchdown with very little time left on the clock. The stadium was filled with tense apprehension as the teams lined up for the two point conversion that would decide the game. Brisco delivered a superb pass and the score was tied, the Sherando stands erupting in cheers. At one point the Handley field goal kicker, who had been knocking long range kicks through in pregame, lined up to kick a short field goal for the win. But the ball fell quite short of the goal posts and the Warriors were given a reprieve. It was obvious on the Warrior’s faces that they were not going to let this new opportunity go. On the first play of their second overtime possession, Joe Ojo practically walked through a massive hole in the Handley defensive front. The crowd erupted and the players formed a giant mob in the middle of the field, joyously celebrating another crucial district win. After the game, Ojo was very humble about his game winning touchdown, giving the credit to his offensive line. “Heart and soul on the offensive line, heart and soul,” said Ojo after the game. Coach Bill Hall praised his players after the game, telling them that the result was an example of what happens when you persevere through trouble. “We fought through it, and I am very proud of my players,” said Coach Hall after the game. The win brings Sherando to a 5-2 record, undefeated in their district. The Warriors have only four days to prepare for their long road trip to Liberty High School scheduled for this Friday night. But for one night, the Warriors were on top of the world, an emotion typified by lineback Darren Dawson’s screams after the game, as he lay on the ground after being tackled by his defensive coordinator.

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final four races. “We’re just going to have to be better,” said Biffle. “We know that. We’re nervous about getting in (the Chase), and anything can happen. ... There are some races we’re concerned about leading up to the cutoff (end of the reg-

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of violins. Her song is nothing if not well arranged. No one ever forgot about Earhart because she disappeared while trying to do something truly remarkable and, quite possibly, foolhardy. Patrick isn’t about to disappear. Had Earhart not aspired to fly around the world -- had she settled into a career of barnstorming at county fairs, or even into a spokeswoman, an Eleanor Roosevelt of the aviation set -- she would have faded away a bit. For now it’s sufficient for Patrick merely to compete, to test the water. Next year, when she competes full-time in the Nationwide Series, she’ll have to get more than her toes wet. ••• Monte Dutton covers motorsports for The Gaston (N.C.) Gazette. E-mail Monte at: [email protected]
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Danica, Danica! Biffle Is Racing as Hard as HeArt Wherefore Can This hasn’t been the season Greg BiffleThou, Danica? expected, though he certainly

has time to pick up the pieces. The 39-year-old Biffle didn’t win Every time I regular season, but during the 2008 come to a NASCARmaking the Chase, proceeded to after track and Danica Patrick win its first two races. He wound up is there, an old Elton John song third in the Sprint Cup standings. comes to mind, only with new For now, Biffle’s first priority is words. making the Chase, but that doesn’t And ... the same words. mean he’s going to back off. “Danica, Danica, Danica ... “We’re certainly not racing conservatively,” he said. “We’re racingDaniDanica, Danica, Danica ... to win, but we’re not...” ca, Danica going to do anything stupid. Danica is not “alright for fight“We know we have to stay in (the top ing.” She’s considered “alright for 12 in order to qualify for the Chase). NASCAR,” though. In all we can It’s tight ... and we’re doingfact, for some reason, she’s considered do.” Roush Fenway Racing put Biffle in what was then still the Winston Cup Series back in 2003. He finished second in the Chase standings two years later. A year ago, three Roush Fenway drivers — Biffle, Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth — made the Chase. They could do it again, but the positions of Biffle and Kenseth are hardly secure as the regular season enters its

describe anything an individual opposes. But they don’t read our mail. They don’t realize that the fascination with Patrick extends far beyond the doors of media centers and press boxes. In her time, many considered Amelia Earhart a third-rate aviator with a natural gift for promotion. Some things change, and some don’t. “Hey, dude, you, like, married a woman, right?” Eventually, she will have to perform. For right now, though, all she has to do is “perform,” if The diminuitive Danica Patrick has became a dominant figure in NASCAR you catch my drift. She’s a fresh racing, even though she still has to prove her mettle on the track. (John Roush Fenway driver Greg Biffle says his first priority is making the Chase,face in the garage area. And that’s Clark/NASCAR This Week photo) but that doesn’t mean he’s going to back off from trying to win races. (Photo: not all. Don’t be crying “sexist” Getty Images) instrumental in making stock-car A very attractive woman. Men now. Patrick has starred in about racing grow. She’swe know we’re on enjoy seeing taking big risks,wom- the dozen commercials designed just there, alvery attractive but, at a We’re not ular season), and waysbubble, on every tongue and, en.same time, we’re racing for the win.”to soak that charge in hypocrisy. there, so it’s important to have Male sportswriters apparently the in some ways,rightno reason. enjoy writing about them. Wom- She plays her looks with both the Monte Dutton has covered motorgood finishes for now.” Biffle, from Vancouver, Wash., Oh, by the way, she’s a woman. is en sports for The Gaston (N.C.) Gazette rally around other women. tumult of drums and the subtlety since 1993. He was named writer of one of only two drivers to have won
championships in both the Nationwide and Camping World Truck series. (Johnny Benson is the other.) Biffle also was rookie of the year in both series. He came up through NASCAR’s developmental system, winning track championships early in his career at Tri-City Raceway in West Richland, Wash., and Portland (Ore.) the year by the National Motorsports Press Association in 2008. His blog NASCAR This Week ( features all of his reporting on racing, roots music and life on the road. E-mail Monte at [email protected]
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Speedway. Thus are the currents that swirl “Really, we’re working as hard as we around and eventually form the can every week to bring the best race perfect storm. cars we can to the track,” said Biffle. “It’s important that we have the best Patrick’s detractors tend to blame all this on “the media,” that possible equipment right now. worldwide whipping post used to “We’re racing as hard as we can.


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ABSOLUTE AUCTION Trustee Foreclosure Auction: Friday, November 11 at 12 noon on site “Ideal Storage” 131 Mini Warehouse Facility 3564 Young Place, Lynchburg, Virginia Real Estate and Equipment Plus additional land (2.5 +/-) for possible further development - Total Acreage is 7.662 acres Subject property is located less than a mile from Liberty University and River Ridge Mall Tax Assessed Value: $846,500.00 Appraised at: $1,100,000.00 Walker Commercial Services, Inc. (540) 344-6160 - www. VAAF #549 Van; Farm, Shop, Security, Cafeteria & Exercise Equipment Liquidating Correctional Facility. Moneta, VA ABSOLUTE AUCTION: Sat, Oct 29, 10am Terms, details online 800-780-2991 VAAF93

219± Acres in 3 Tracts Ag & Development Land Augusta County, VA (Staunton, Fisherville)AUCTION: Fri, Nov 4, 12pm Terms, photos online: 800-780-2991 VAAF93

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October 19 - 25, 2011 • Frederick County Report • Page 15

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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. $50.00 540-723-0285 (10/18) Harmony guitar with hard shell case. Excellent condition. $200.00 Call 540-869-6292 (10/18) Weider Pro 1120 Home Gym. Full body workout. Good condition. $200 value for only $100! Everlast Free Standing Heavy Bag.Great workout. Good condition. $100 value for only $50! Call 540-327-3209 (7/13) 2004 White Yamaha Golf Cart. Battery operated, rear seat, full lights, runs great, excellent condition, garage kept since purchased. Charger and cover included. $2,800 OBO. 540-667-2735 (7/13) 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) Freezer Upright, EC like new, 19.7 cu. ft., $200. Hand-braided Oval Rug, 10’ X 4’ $150. Kodak Carousel 5200 Projector with Kodak projection Ektagraphic FF zoom lens, $50. Garage Door, 16’. $150. Bike Parts, Armstrong 3-speed English ladies bike, $35. 1995 Thunderbird Supercoupe, $500. Call 540-635-6947 (10/5) Trolling motor, brand new with battery, never used. 10 folding chairs and 4 heavy folding tables 5 x 6 ft. long. Carpet steam cleaning unit with attachments, slightly used. Large picnic cooler, operates on 12 volt system. Call after 5pm. 540-869-2899 (7/13) Queen beadspread, white, lavendar and purple, 2 pillow shams and 2 pair curtains 72” long. Like new $100. 540-327-4082 (9/21) Taylor-Made T2 Cart Bag - $30.00. Taylor-Made Irons Burner XD 5 SW - $95.00. (2) Callaway X 460 9 degree drivers - $20.00 each. Callaway X 3W - $15.00. Callaway X460 Ladies Driver - $20.00. Call 540-869-4236 (9/21) CUB SCOUT POPCORN FOR SALE! This is our only fund raiser of the year. Please help us earn enough to send our scouts to Camp Rock Enon in Gore. Many flavors available including chocolate, cheese, kettle corn, microwaveable & more! Call 540-305-6563 to place an order (8/23) Bass guitar and amplifier for sale. Also white mink coat with white socks. Call 304-433-6548 (7/13) Nice, clean Chicago Bulls jacket. About 1988. X-Large. Bargain for only $50. Call 540-327-4397 (7/13)

Handyman/repair/remodeling business assets for sale. 2002 14 foot freightliner/sprinter van fully loaded with tools. Ready to run now. Too much information to list. If interested please call. $22,000 for all or willing to split tools and van. $18,000 for van and $4,000 for tools. Call 703-930-3438 (7/13) Piano- Wurlitzer, VGC Ivory/cream with gold trim. Has gold cushion seat with storage. $550.00. Slipcovers for high back dining room chairs. Country look, blue and white. Only 5, $75.00 for all. Lots of kitchen items, dishes, bowls, corning ware, silverware, take all $75.00. Kitchen table, round glass w four cushion high back chairs. very nice $75.00. Leave message 868-9030 (7/13) Longhorn bull weighing approximately 1,000 lbs. 3-yrs old and a proven breeder. You transport. Loading pen available. Cash price $600. Call 540-869-4095 (7/13) Craftsman power tools table saw10” blade and table extender, asking $300. Shaper - never used asking $300. Band saw 12” (extra blades), asking $200. All three for $700. Tools have been used very little (or not at all) and we need the space. Call 888-6034 (7/13) Pet Hair Sheep lambs, they do not have wool so there is no need to ever shear! This breed has hair like a dog ,they shed out to a smooth coat in summer, just like dogs do. Females $200.00 Wethers $150.00 & Rams $300.00. Raised naturally with their mother’s, around human contact daily, in Shenandoah County VA. We have even sold to children’s petting zoo. Please email for more information, photos or to be put on our wait list. [email protected] Mens plus size clothing for sale. Sizes 4, 5 and 6X. Good Condition. Urban wear. Many jackets also. Call 540-631-4552 (7/13) Oil (kerosene) room heater (1,500 sq. ft.) Schwank, Inc., Perfection Model W-1466-J. Very good condition - seldom used. Stove pipe and floor pad included. Call 540-465-9387 (10/18) Baseball Bats (Little League/aluminum): Have 2 - call for dimensions. Cushioned grip, some wear but in good condition. Can e-mail pic $25.00 each. 540-723-0285 (7/27) Oriental Rug, nice clean almost new, blk/mauve/brwn, 6’x9’ w/pad. Patterned w/fringed ends. Asking $125 540-869-0599 (10/4) Air Hockey Table (7 FT)- Brand New! Can e-mail pic $200.00 Call 540-723-0285 (7/27)

Wood loft bed. Includes bunk bed, desk, and dresser. All wood, very sturdy. Can be used as a unit or separately. EC. Pictures available upon request. $500. Call 540-869-8487 (7/13) Entertainment Center: Light Oak with glass doors. (64” wide X 58” high X 23” deep/ TV opening 35” X 32”) Very good condition. Can e-mail pic $300.00 Call 540-723-0285 (7/27) Coffee table, slate top, hexagonshaped, with wooden base. Slate top can be lifted off to access storage area. 40” wide and 17 1/2” high. Ideal for use with sectional sofas. Excellent condition. $30. Call 540-364-9773 (8/16) 3 Childcare Cots with Mattresses $10 ea. - 2 Adult Aluminum/Canvas Army Cots $15 ea. - Blazing Rails Power Train Set (NEW, 45x36 Track) w/Tunnel & Accessories $20 - 1990 Fleer (Packaged) Premiere Edition Football Cards $15 box - 1990 Fleer (Opened) Football Error Set $10 box - Gallon Size Bag of Collector Postage Stamps (with Postmark) from 1950-1960’s Best Offer. Call Sherry 540-869-2249

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1969 Mercedes Benz 280S staight-6 Recent Tune- Up. New radiator, brakes and 2 new carburator. AC works great. Under 100,000 original miles. Runs Good. Only $4000.00 OBO. 540869-3521 or 540-303-8275 (7/13) 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) Fifth Wheel Camper Trailer -2006 Cruiser Model,28RL.2 Slides,10 Gal gas electric hot water heater, upgrade insolation,15 K BTU, AC, 8 cu ft alloy wheels. Like New. $19,995.Call 540-869-6686 (7/13) 2007 Ford Focus SES Black, 50K, PW/PL/PM, Sunroof, Leather interior, 30 MPG. $12,000 OBO. Call 540-877-1217 (7/13) 2010 Toyota Corolla Sport. White, 16.8K, AUTO, sunroof, spoiler, trac. ctrl., CD, 32 mpg!! Small scrape on back bumper. $16,000 OBO. Call 540-869-1076 (7/13) 2007 Pontiac Vibe, white, 62,300 miles, automatic, sunroof, 29/34 mpg. $12,500 OBO. Call 540-869-3880. (7/27) 2003 Bounder Motorhome - Model # 32W - 33ft long, excellent condition, winter cover, 2 slide outs, gas, ducted A/C & heat, sleeps 6, queen bed and queen sleeper sofa, convection microwave, 2 flat screen TV’s with DVD’s, satelite TV, luggage rack/ladder, new inspection, 28K miles, generator, automatic leveling system, power cab seats, outside shower, backup cameras, solar battery charger, $40K. Call 540-539-7206 (7/13) 1st & second generation Camaro parts Engines, Poweglide Transmissions. Also, 1990 Nissan 240 Sx, 5 speed hatchback restored. $3850.00 Call 540-850-0864 (8/03)

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Roommate wanted to share large house in Fredericktowne (Stephens City.) Split level, 3 bedrooms, living rm, family rm, dining rm, kitchen, laundry rm, 2 full baths, screen porch, outbuildings, and garden. Will share one bedroom which is the large master bedroom to an individual for $580 and a smaller bedroom for $480, both with utilities included. Cable TV, WIFI Internet, Trash Service included in the utilities. Pictures available via email. AFTER 6PM 540-303-2808 (10/18) A master bedroom with two spacious closets and private powder room off Valley Avenue. Inside a 2 bedroom townhouse to share with 2 other tenants and a playful kitten. $540 a month covers all rent, utilites, cable, and wireless internet. Must sign 10 month lease and have a steady source of income. Please contact Alicia 302-559-0282 or [email protected] (7/13)

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