Frederick County Report 9/28/2011

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September 28 – October 4, 2011



Volume IIl, Issue 38

Serving all of Frederick County and Winchester City







of the year 2011

Gettin’ your dance on!

Frederick teacher earns Gold Star

International Childrens Festival

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Sherando teacher earns Gold Star recognition
The non-profit organization Working in Support of Education (w!se) has awarded Sherando High School business teacher Jason Kamlowsky with the distinguished title of Gold Star Teacher. The designation is the result of Kamlowsky’s students’ outstanding performance on the w!se Financial Literacy Certification Test during the 2010-11 school year. Earning Gold Star status means at least 90 percent of the students in one or more of KamlowskIy’s classes passed the Financial Literacy Certification Test. Just 199 teachers from across the country were recognized as Gold Star Teachers this year. The w!se Financial Literacy Certification Program helps address the need for financial literacy and education. The program provides high school students with access to financial education and the opportunity to become Certified Financially Literate™. Participating schools, such as Sherando High School, teach personal finance and administer w!se’s standardized Financial Literacy Certification Test. The program was developed in 2003 and has expanded nationally. It has been widely recognized for its success and has received the U.S. Treasury Department’s John Sherman Award for Excellence in Financial Education. In an email informing Kamlowsky that he’s been named a Gold Star Teacher, w!se Executive Vice President David J. Anderson says, “Being named a Gold Star Teacher shows an outstanding ability to help students become Certified Financially Literate™. We are truly grateful for your dedication and enthusiasm.” Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Peter Vernimb says, “It is becoming increasingly important for students to understand personal finance and how to make wise financial decisions. Virginia’s Standards of Learning for Economics and Personal Finance require that economic concepts are presented to students and that schools help them develop thinking skills that include economic reasoning, decision making and problem solving. One of the new graduation requirements for this year’s high school freshmen is that they complete a onecredit Economics and Finance course prior to graduation. Mr. Kamlowsky is to be commended for his excellent work in helping students understand the important concepts associated with personal finance and preparing them to become Certified Financially Literate™.” Superintendent David Sovine says, “Frederick County Public Schools has a long history of successfully preparing students for college, careers and life. Last year, the students enrolled in our Career and Technical Education programs earned 947 industry credentials which ranked us sixth among all school divisions in Virginia. I extend my congratulations to Mr. Kamlowsky for the outstanding work he’s done in teaching students important personal finance lessons and skills they will use throughout their lives.” (From a release)

James Wood High FFA members to compete
Tuesday, October 18-Saturday, October 22, 2011– James Wood High School FFA members compete at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Four members of the James Wood High School FFA chapter won the State FFA Agricultural Mechanics Career Development event and earned the opportunity to compete in the national event at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. The event involves the team members being challenged to successfully complete several different tasks related to agricultural mechanics. Each participant will complete a written test of general agricultural mechanics knowledge and will then work to solve agricultural mechanics problems through critical thinking and problemsolving skills. The team will also carry out a number of mechanical skill activities, which may include welding, woodworking, electricity and agriculture equipment operation and maintenance. Some of the current team members who will participate in the competition are the children of parents who competed in the same competition when they were FFA members.

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improved. Even more, exercise was associated with a slowing of dementia caused by small blood vessel disease. What does this mean for us? It means that aerobic exercise, or anything that gets the heart pumping and increases the need for oxygen, results in better blood flow to the brain. Brain pathways stay open and cognitive abilities are preserved or improved. Aerobic exercise, however, doesn’t necessarily mean we need to work out at the gym. Daily walks at a rate that pumps up the heart rate a bit, swimming, seated workouts and senior fitness classes can all help. More studies need to be done, but the review of all that literature indicates that we’re on the right track if we exercise. Ask your doctor before you start anything new.

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Death notices
Jack C. High
Jack Carroll High, 82, of Winchester, Virginia, died Thursday, September 22, 2011, at his residence. Memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork St., Winchester, VA 22601 or to Market Street United Methodist Church, 131 S. Cameron St., Winchester, VA 22601.

Exercise May Reduce Risk of Dementia

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There’s a way to possibly reduce the risk of dementia or cognitive impairment, or lessen its impact if it strikes, and it doesn’t involve taking a pill. The medical journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings recently published a review of the literature to see if there was any evidence of its theory that exercise can help fight dementia. After looking at 1,600 papers, it reported that, yes, aerobic exercise “significantly reduced” the risk of dementia and reduced the risk of mild Matilda Charles regrets that cognitive impairment. Additionally, exercise helped to slow the she cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incordiseases after it started. It doesn’t happen overnight, porate them into her column of course. In one study, it took 6 whenever possible. Write to her to 12 months for the test results in care of King Features Weekly Service, 536475, Orto show up, but the literatureCounty P.O. Box Report showed that participants had lando, FL 32853-6475, or send better spatial memory and slow- e-mail to [email protected] er loss of brain matter. In another com. study, brain scans (MRI) showed better “connectivity,” meaning © 2011 King Features that the pathways in the brain

Hester Bell Ramey
Hester Bell Ramey, 79, of Winchester, Virginia, died Friday, September 23, 2011 in the Winchester Medical Center.


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Erma Maxine Lupton Boyd, age 92, of Winchester, Virginia, died Saturday, September 24, 2011, at her residence. Memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 West Cork St., Suite 405, Winchester, VA 22601, or First Christian Church, 75 Merriman’s Lane, Winchester, VA 22601



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Belly dancing with Miramar and friends; An evening of fun at the hafla
ber for exercise and has lost 91 pounds. Her ensemble was all discretion, mostly black, and her moves seemed more sensuous. As a finale, the most accomplished dancers danced for the crowd. Belladonna Amaya did a beautiful skirt fusion and veil dance. (The pros all take stage names.) The colored veils flashed and the music played as Belladonna enchanted the crowd. Then Miramar and her friends, Aila Zulema and Mu’a, performed a Tribal Odyssey dance. This dance was louder, as the women trilled their appreciation for the dance. Body language, subtle or exaggerated, signaled changes to the dancers. Their brightly colored gypsy outfits, extravagant belts, jewelry and headpieces whirled, as the women came together, and then came apart, moving in circles. After the tribal dance, Aila and Mu’a were given candles to dance with as the background support for Miramar’s stunning sword

Belladonna Amaya does a “skirt fusion and veil dance.” By Sue Golden Frederick County Report A funny thing happened at the September “hafla.” I went as a reporter and left wanting to belly dance! A hafla is a belly dancing party. The hafla I attended at Kay’s School of Dance in Stephens City was sponsored by Miramar, a local dancer and instructor. A fairly large group of women of all ages, sizes, color, and dress spent an afternoon learning about the history of belly dancing, its culture and the costumes and makeup that bring it to life. Everyone brought food to share through the course of the afternoon. The diverse group contained beginners, intermediates, and pros like Miramar. Miramar, which means “Shining Star of the Sea,” has been teaching belly dancing, or Raks Sharqi (Eastern dance)

Miramar spins and dances, while balancing a sword on her head, at the end of the dance. for over 15 years. She calls herself a “technique teacher,” and teaches both cabaret, stage or night club dancing, as well as traditional folklore dances from many countries. She also specializes in Tribal Odyssey, an improvised style of group dance, based on the American Tribal Style of belly dancing, where one person leads the dance through a series of hand signals. It looked easy, but I’m sure it is not. Miramar says that belly dancing is one of the great loves of her life and it shows. She led the hafla through a series of moves: hip slides and circles, rib slides and circles, figure eight movements of the hips, and head slides. After a break, the intermediate group performed a dance. To a novice, the individuality of each person came shining through, even though each dancer was doing the same moves. The body movement and the costumes portrayed personalities, as did their faces and accoutrements. The level of individual peace and happiness also showed. The intermediate students, Melissa Sylvan and Patrice Faulkner, were as different as night and day. Melissa always wanted to take belly dancing and began classes two years ago. Her ensemble was brightly colored and her movements were taut. Patrice began taking belly dancing last Octo-

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Aila Zulema, Mu’a, and Miramar do a tribal dance. dance. Miramar danced with the sword, in front of the students, lost in her own world. At the end of the dance, she balanced the sword on her head, and spun wildly, never losing her balance or the sword. It was breathtaking. Miramar believes that belly dancing is a powerful tool for women to awaken their bodies, rekindle their spirits, and change their lives for the better, encouraging Mu’a enjoying the dance. growth and new directions. “Belly dancing is about women supporting women – it is about the beauty, and artistry, of an ancient art form. It is about courage, talent, skill, displaying emotions that are cute, sultry, clever, and yes, even sexy.” But most of all, it is about the women themselves.


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Volunteer and Career Firefighter of 2011
cue for twelve years. Lieutenant Burns is an EMT-I, HAZMAT Technician, Instructor as well as officer. Specialist Pope described Lieutenant Burns as “a superb leader putting the safety and concern of everyone else first”. Jason Pope continued to say that Lieutenant Burns is dependable, committed and worthy of receiving the Career Firefighter of the Year Award. Specialist Wright also echoed Specialist’s Pope’s comments. John Wright stated that Lieutenant Burns is a “true leader” and “his positive attributes are reflected in everyone that has the privilege of working with him”. In addition, John Wright wrote that Jason’s “fire service knowledge is second to none” and his “ability to lead by example is a motivating factory for all of us to succeed in every task that we are presented with”. Congratulations to Lieutenant Jason Burns, Career Firefighter of the Year, 2011!

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Jason Burns Frederick County Fire and Rescue Department held an appreciation picnic for all volunteer and career personnel on September 17, 2011 to express our gratitude for the services they provide to the citizens of Frederick County. On this date, all volunteer firefighters of Gainesboro volunteer Fire and Rescue Company were honored with the Volunteer of the Year Award and Lieutenant Jason Burns was honored with the Career Firefighter of the Year Award. Regarding the nomination of Volunteer Firefighters from Gainesboro for Volunteer of the Year; Deputy Chief William Bowmaster described them as well trained, well respected, dedicated and professional. Further, Deputy Chief Bowmaster stated, “when a piece of apparatus from Company 16 arrives on the scene, you can count on it being fully staffed with a crew that is ready to work.” Congratulations to all Volunteer Firefighters of Gainesboro Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Volunteer of the Year 2011. Regarding the nomination of Lieutenant Jason Burns for Career Firefighter of the Year; Jason was nominated by Specialist Jason Pope and Specialist John Wright. Lieutenant Burns has been with Frederick County Fire and Res-

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Civil War exhibition comes to the Handley Library
The exhibition An American Turning Point: The Civil War in Virginia is coming to the Handley Library October 3 through 17. The show is co-sponsored by Handley Regional Library and the Winchester-Frederick County Convention & Visitor Bureau. A special reception will take place on Wednesday, October 5 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Benham Gallery of the Handley Library. The reception is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open in the lower level until 8 p.m. that evening. Regular hours for the exhibit are the same as the library’s hours, which are Monday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Tuesday, 10 a,m, to 5 p,m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Produced by the Virginia Historical Society (, An American Turning Point is comprised of images, interpretive text, and a companion website designed for use on mobile devices. Access to the website will be given at the exhibition. This exhibition is traveling to various venues through December 2015. It is free and open to the public. Library Director Trish Ridgeway said, “We are fortunate to host an exhibit of this caliber.” The An American Turning Point exhibition appearing at the library is based on a 3,000-square-foot gallery show currently on display at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond. The American Association for State and Local History recently awarded the Virginia Historical Society a 2011 Leadership in History Award for the gallery exhibition. “An American Turning Point differs from past examinations of the Civil War,” said Dr. Paul Levengood, president and CEO of the historical society. “It gives equal time to the conflict as a social upheaval experienced by more than just soldiers; gives voice to previously overlooked participants; and organizes the project through questions that often challenge conventional wisdom.” Andrew Talkov, who coordinated development of the exhibition for the Virginia Historical Society, said, “The Civil War touched every community in Virginia. Both the VHS and the Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Commission wanted to produce an exhibit that could be sent across the Commonwealth to create interest in that divisive period in history. We hope that it inspires visitors to investigate how the war impacted their community.” (From a release)


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Twenty amazing destinations await your arrival next weekend
Calling all travelers! The City of Winchester’s 3rd Annual International Children’s Festival is just around the corner. Grab your free festival passport at the door (courtesy of Piccadilly Printing Co.) and take a trip around the world to 20 amazing countries including: South Korea, Pakistan, India, Puerto Rico, Italy, Mexico, Tanzania, France, Panama, China, Peru, Germany, Egypt, Colombia, Ghana, Scotland, Greece, Ireland, Canada, and Ecuador. Held on October 1st from 10 am to 3 pm in Jim Barnett Park, this free family event provides each child a hands-on learning experience with interactive country exhibits, live cultural entertainment and a demo area offering children a chance to interact with some of the day’s entertainers. Also, enjoy foods from the international food court (available for purchase) all day. It’s an experience the entire family can appreciate as you wander from continent to continent taking in the history, to-

pography, wildlife and unique culture of each country. Don’t miss this opportunity to expose your children to the world around them! The International Children’s Festival was created in 2009 to celebrate the area’s diverse youth population. Offered free to the community, this event is held rain or shine. In the event

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By Sue Golden Frederick County Report The Middletown Town Council met on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, to go over its committee assignments. Missing from the meeting were Mayor Mark Brown, Councilors John W. Blaisdell, Jr. and Mark H. Davis. Councilor Carl H. Bernhards, Jr. tried to attend the meeting by telephone, to no avail. Councilor Gerald D. (Dave) Sinclair acted as Mayor for the meeting. Treasurer Sharon K. Fadely noted that the heating and air conditioning system in Town Hall makes one-half of the building one temperature, and the other half the opposite. Since no one was present from the Facilities Committee, Councilor Sinclair assigned Councilor Davis to follow through on the problem. Under the Personnel and Finance Committee, the Town did receive a litter grant from the State of Virginia, but it was less than in years past: $833. Treasurer Fadely noted that the Town audit was delayed while the accountants did corporate filings for clients. Councilor Donna M. H. Gray said that the Town needed to get back on schedule with its audits; the 2010 audit should be starting now, and the 2009 audit is not yet complete. Donald Riffey, Maintenance Supervisor, reported that another of his staff is resigning as of the end of the month. He now needs to hire two maintenance workers, and a Waste Water Treatment Plant Operater. Mr. Riffey said he will be sitting to get his Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator license in the near future. Middletown also is looking for police officers to join the force. Interested parties should contact Town Hall. The Ordinance Committee reported that it is still waiting for Town Lawyer Stephen G. Butler to send an ordinance, which must be passed to proceed with the changing of the election date and place to coincide with the November elections. All three Councilors present agreed that the Town people should be able to vote on whether or not they want to change the elections. Councilor Gray questioned why the Town was spending money getting an ordinance from the Town Lawyer, when the Council was divided on the issue. The Public Safety Committee reported that the police force was still using part-time officers, while trying to hire full-time officers. Councilor Gray questioned the line put in by a stop sign going west of Town. Mr. Riffey explained that the line was put in by the Virginia Department of Transportation, based on a citizen request. Councilor Sinclair noted that, in the past, the Town always objected to the lines, when contacted by VDOT. The Public Works Committee is working on a “sledge” truck, to move the sledge from the Waste Water Treatment Plant. Mr. Riffey said it will cost $2,500 to seal the back of the current truck. Mr. Riffey also explained that the Waste Water Treatment Plant will be subject to new testing starting next month, which will cost the Town more money. Mr. Riffey is looking to make the testing as inexpensive as possible. The Ad Hoc Committee reported that it will be having a Halloween softball tournament on October 29th. The softball league just finished its season, and earned $600 for the Town. Councilor Gray requested that paper copies of the Council packets be delivered to each Councilor the Friday before meetings. Councilor Gray suggested the police or maintenance crew could deliver the packets. Councilor Gray also questioned the ordinance changes requested by the Mayor; she believes it’s a waste of time and money. Mr. Riffey reported that the contract for VDOT services was returned to VDOT. Mr. Riffey said he downsized his request for assistance. The Maintenance Department is still doing maintenance on its winter fleet. It was noted that the Mayor asked for new Committee Budget Reports by October 15.

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RICHMOND — Parents with developmentally disabled children are waiting to learn how the state will spend $30 million set aside for services for intellectually and developmentally disabled Virginians. A spending plan for the $30 million, also referred to as a trust fund and allocated by the General Assembly, is expected to be released to the General Assembly this fall. The trust fund, considered a down And that news is unsettling to some parents. “This so far doesn’t show us anything other than continued human resources at the administrative level, which doesn’t have the money (following) the person into the community,” said Teresa Champion, whose son is autistic. “I don’t have any faith that what steps they are taking are going to move people into the community and be faithful to Olmstead.” In the Olmstead court case, the U.S. Supreme Court found that persons with disabilities should be provided with community-based services and not be segregated in institutions. Champion said she is worried the state will continue to focus on grouphome settings and day support centers, which mimic the training centers on a smaller scale. Parents want a menu of services for their child, regardless of the age, while allowing their child to control his own daily activities and interact with people who aren’t disabled, Champion said. Parents, especially aging parents of disabled children who are adults, want assurances that their children will not be left on the street, she said. Lucy Cantrell, executive director of the Hanover County Arc, which advocates for and works with disabled people, added that thousands of families are waiting for the state to pay for community-based services.

Jonathan Lucci Frederick County Report The Sherando Warriors left no doubt as to their superiority on Friday as they took down Jefferson High School in their final performance in front of a West Virginia crowd. Their 36-9 victory was so commanding that the Warriors will certainly have plenty to celebrate over their bye week before they play their bitter rival, James Wood. Joe Ojo was a standout star as he tallied 248 yards rushing, making Swiss cheese out of Jefferson’s defensive front and linebackers. Ojo had several big runs for a large amount of yards, and the Warriors kept sending him up the middle and down Jefferson’s throat, a gameplan by Coach Bill Hall that defeated Jefferson psychologically as well. Two of the Warrior’s points came of a safety, part of a masterful defensive performance put forth by the Warriors and their defensive coordinator, T.J Rohrbaugh. No matter what they tried, Jefferson was unable all night to get anything going, either on the ground or in the air. The Warriors flew to the football, swarming the ball carrier often before he even reached the line of scrimmage. Jalen Brisco played solidly at quarterback, maneuvering the team down the field and relying heavily on his star running back Joe Ojo. Success had been a serious concern for Sherando heading into the game, as so many of their star players are hurt. Reid Enstminger toughed it out and played with a cast on that prevented him from throwing and playing any quarterback. Taylor Loudon has a serious knee injury and Lucas Tunison played through the pain of a high ankle sprain. The Warriors needn’t have worried: they dominated Jefferson to improve their record to 3-2, heading into their district competition after their bye week. Jefferson did score a touchdown late in the game, on a long bomb down the field that caught Sherando’s safety’s and corners by surprise. At that point the Jefferson crowd began performing the warrior chant beloved by Sherando fans and giving Sherando fans the tomahawk gesture. This resulted in many cries from Sherando fans to look at the scoreboard, but the fans and players kept their cool and there was no trouble. The Warriors get some much deserved rest this week, as they will have no game on Friday. They are back this week busy at work preparing for what they know will be a demanding five stretch, which sees them playing James Wood and Handley, their bitter hometown rivals.





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“So many people are on the waiting list, and a lot of these people are in a crisis-type situation,” Cantrell said. But the bulk of funding that would provide for that relief is in limbo, until the state settles with the Justice Department. “We have been very careful to keep the powder dry ‘til we know what we absolutely need to do. I think we are now to the point where with or without a settlement we know, or we’re learning, how we can begin to use that funding,” said Secretary of Health and Human Resources Bill Hazel. State and federal officials are working through a list of issues, including the pace of the transition, capacity concerns, waiver and non-waiver services, and the form of the settlement, Hazel said. The Legislature provided $400,000 for additional staff in anticipation of a settlement with the Justice Department. The Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, which runs the state’s five training centers, plans to use $310,000 from the $30 million. The more than $700,000 in funding will help pay for salaries, benefits and travel costs for 13 employees. Hazel said the positions the department plans to fill include: •Community resource consultants to work with families once patients are moved out of the training center; •Community integration managers at the five training centers will work with patients and their families before the transition; •Trust fund coordinator to oversee expenditures from the $30 million; •Facility operations managers to ensure quality control at the training centers. Lawmakers required that the $30 million in taxpayer dollars pay for community-based services and onetime transition costs and fund 600 Medicaid-supported waivers that provide community- and home-based services. Medicaid waivers are the mechanism the state uses to pay for non-institutional care and services like in-home therapy and housing assistance. Delegates questioned Dix and Hazel on Monday during a House Appropriations Committee meeting here over the cost and the number of employees. Delegate Steve Landes, R-Weyers Cave, and a member of the House Appropriations Committee, said lawmakers are concerned about how many of those positions will be long term and need to be included in the state budget. “The bigger question is, are those positions, one, going to help from the standpoint of the settlement made with DOJ? And two, are they going to be helping to make the transition of people from institutions out to the community?” Landes said.

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Wednesday September 28 7pm “A Reporter’s Perspective” Handley Library Auditorium. Paul Dellinger, retired reporter with The Roanoke Times, will address journalism at the time of the novel and beyond in Southwestern Virginia. Trish Ridgeway, 540-662-9041, ext. 14 Friday September 30 9am - 4pm FSIA Employment Fair, Hilton Garden Inn, 120 Wingate Drive, Winchester, VA. The FSIA will be sponsoring the 2nd annual fall community employment fair at the Hilton Garden Inn in Winchester, VA. The following businesses will be in attendance: American Woodmark, Rubbermaid, Stowe-Woodward, Kelly Services, Via Satellite, HP Hood LLC, Hilton Garden Inn, Home Depot Distribution, Costco Manpower and Mercury Paper. The following resources will be there to speak to people about current issues: Department of Rehabilitative Services, Goodwill Industries, Literacy VolunteersWinchester Area, Lord Fairfax Community College Workforce Solutions, the Virginia Employment Commission and of course First Step Employment Ministry (One on one mentoring for those seeking employment) and First Step Interfaith Alliance (alliance of church leaders that combat unemployment). 8pm Jazz Ensemble. Armstrong Concert Hall on the campus of Shenandoah University Jazz Series 540-665-4569 Saturday October 1 7am Valley Rally Bicycle Ride, Clearbrook Park, Clear Park, VA. Self-paced routes of 10 (Family Route), 25, 50, 65 (metric century) and 100 miles. Enjoy picturesque countryside riding through the beautiful Northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Shenandoah Area Council of Boy Scouts 2pm 2011 Rally in the valley. The largest gop event in the Shenandoah valley. Winchester Elks lodge, Route 522 South. Featuring Rep. Frank Wolf as the guest speaker as well as Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli and fox news analyst Kate Obenshain plus numerous other state and local political leaders. Tickets are $25 (or 2 for $40) and include all you can eat and drink, pit beef bbq, chicken, beer and soda. Republicans, Independents, and all who want change are welcome! 11:30am - 2:30pm Autumn Auction For Kids: Face Painting, Crafts-Edible and otherwise. For Kids of All Ages: Cakewalk, Cornhole, Bean Bag Toss, Lunch For Sale starting at 11:30. Homemade Vegetable Beef Soup, Beef BBQ, Hot Dogs, Chili Dogs, Water & Soda. Autumn Auction: Bidding starts at 12 Noon. Hand crafted items, and Homemade Desserts. At Relief United Methodist Church, 5275 Middle Road Winchester, Virginia, 22602. For more information: Call 540-869-5775 and leave a message 8pm Wayside Theatre Psychic Gallery. Reading by Michael Brooker, Psychic Consultant for the British Broadcasting System (BBC), Michael Brooker is a gifted professional Psychic/Medium from the UK who has spent 30 years utilizing

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Friday October 14 St. Thomas Chapel is pleased to announce that it will be hosting Mr. William A Young, noted portrayer of historic figures. The event will be held two evenings... October 14 - 15 at St. Thomas (since St. Thomas seats only 100, we have the Grace Methodist Church as a backup... seats over 200). One of the figures he will portray is CSA Lieutentant Finley. The second portrayal is uncertain as of today. Admission prices are under discussion.... likely between $10-15. All proceeds benefit historic St. Thomas Chapel. We hope to gain regional attention for the event in order that more people and organizations become aware of St. Thomas and its history. Saturday October 15 8am - 1pm Frederick County Recycling, Southern Scrap/Williams Recycling and Dominion Document Shredding will partner to offer a free community shredding event. The event will be held at 370 Stine Lane, just off Martinsburg Pike. (See our website for directions.) Residents may shred up to five boxes of paper documents free of charge. The business rate is 10 cents per pound. Shredding done on site, no waiting. We unload and you go! Protect your personal info. Recycle paper. Refreshments and giveaways. See you there! Tuesday October 18 7:30am The Rotary Club of Frederick County will meet at Shenandoah University in the Clement Board Room - Allen Dining Hall. Three club members will discuss their vocations. October is Vocational Service Month for Rotary International. Vocational Chair Ric Van Norton is coordinating this monthly club activity for 2011. Invited guests, club members and visiting Rotarians are welcome. Friday October 21 The Shenandoah Area Boy Scout Council is holding its annual Haunted Woods, on October 21 - 23, and 28 - 30, at Camp Rock Enon, 292 Rock Enon Springs Road, Gore, VA 22637.Times: Fridays 6 - 10 pm, Saturdays 1 - 4pm and then 6 - 11 pm, Sundays 1 - 5 pm. Costs: Ages 10 - 55 Haunted House $10, Haunted Trail $10, Combo $15. Seniors 56 and older are half price. Ages 5 - 9 Haunted House $7.5, Haunted Trail $7.50, Combo $10. Children under 5 are free. Saturday October 22 2pm Kernstown United Methodist Church’s Famous Ham & Oyster Dinner, 3239 Valley Pike, Winchester, VA 22602. 540-667-7298. Takeout orders from 2:00 – 3:15 Eat in from 3:30 until ? Country Ham or Baked Ham - $10 Oyster - $14. All meals come with homemade macaroni and cheese, coleslaw, green beans, applesauce, roll & butter, and a dessert. Please contact our church or visit our website at if you have questions or are interested in coming out for a yummy dinner! 11am - 4pm The 6th Annual Creekside Fall Festival. Come out and tempt your palate with our wine tasting, and have fun in our balloon bounce and jousting area plus live music, face painting, food and a Live Hawk and Owl presentation. Creekside offers shoppers an eclectic blend of outstanding national chain and independent retailers and dining venues. 6:30pm Join NW Works for their 6th Annual Haunted Casino Night featuring Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory! Casino Games, Live & Silent Auctions, Delicious Food, Great Drinks, Prizes, Fun, and more await you! Event closes at 11 p.m. Tickets are $50 in advance or $55 at the door. Be sure to mark your calendar for this fun event and help fulfill the NW Works mission of enabling adults with disabilities to select, secure, and sustain valued employment and training! Tuesday October 25 7:30am The Rotary Club of Frederick County will meet at Shenandoah University in the Clement Board Room - Allen Dining Hall. Club members, invited guests and visiting Rotarians are welcome. Mr. Adam Glogau will present a program about the Habitat Re-Store. 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.

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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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something ... we need to understand why it is, and lately it has been getting harder and harder. I think our cars need to get better. We looked at some numbers and stuff, and there is some work to be done. It is going to be interesting.” If Montoya is growing weary of struggling, he hasn’t admitted it. He insists he is happy with the principal owner, Chip Ganassi. “He’s a good guy to work for,” Montoya said. “Like everybody else, he’s got his good days, and really bad days. “You’ve got to make sure, when you talk to him, you’ve got him on a good day.”

Biffle expected, though he certainly has time to pick up the pieces. Juan Pablo Montoya began comThe 39-year-old Biffle didn’t win during regularly in NASCAR’s Sprint peting the 2008 regular season, but after Series inthe Chase, proceeded to Cup making 2007. He was named win its first two races. He wound up Rookie of Sprint Cup standings. third in thethe Year, which came as For now, Biffle’s first priority no surprise since Montoya is one of is making the Chase, but that doesn’t the racing world’s back off. mean he’s going tomore recognizable “We’re certainly not one of its names, not to mentionracing conservatively,” he said. “We’re racing to win, prodigious talents. but we’re not going to do anything stuYet pid. Montoya -- who won the “We championship in 1999 (the CARTknow we have to stay inas a top 12 in order to qualify for the Chase). rookie, won the Indianapolis 500 in It’s tight ... and we’re doing all we can do.” and the Grand Prix of Monaco 2000 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

Biffle Is Montoya StrugglingRacing as Hard as He Can This Stays been the season Greg hasn’t Optimistic

but now lives in Miami, ranked 18th in the point standings. It’s been a dreary season not just for Montoya, but for his team, Earnhardt Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates. Montoya’s teammate, Jamie McMurray, had slumped to 25th entering the Chicagoland race. “I think the No. 1 car (McMurray) has been having a really rough season, and they have been trying to change things around, and it hasn’t really come to them,” Montoya said. “They have had a couple of decent Roush a tough season in 2011, former top NASCAR rookie Juan Despite Fenway driver Greg Biffle says his first priority is making the Chase,results, but overall it has been a rebut that doesn’t mean he’s going to back off from trying to win races. (Photo:ally hard season for them. Pablo Montoya says he loves working at Earnhardt Ganassi RacGetty Images) ing. (John Clark/NASCAR This Week photo) “For us, we have been up and ular season), and blossom we’re on theWe’re not taking big risks, win at the down. We can get a top-five (finin 2003 -- has yet to we knowinto first foreign-born driver to but, same time, we’re racing for the win.” the bubble, so it’s important to have ish) full-fledge stock-car stardom. more than once in Cup competition. Monte Dutton has covered motor- here and there, and fight for a good finishes right now.” sports for The Gaston (N.C.) Gazette there, and then run 30th. It is Biffle, from just turned Wash., is Both his victories have occurred on win Montoya, who Vancouver, 36, is
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.) since 1993. He was named writer of 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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road courses. He made the Chase for Speedway. “Really, we’re working as hard as we Sprint Cup in 2009. the can every week to bring the best race cars we can to the track,” said Biffle. Entering the rain-delayed Geico “It’s important that we have the best at Chicagoland Speedway, Mon400 possible equipment right now. toya, who is from Bogota, Colombia, “We’re racing as hard as we can.


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DEAR PAW’S CORNER: We adopted a beautiful, fluffy pup at a nearby shelter. A worker there described it as a Russian sheepdog. She said “Curty” should grow up into a large dog with a lot of energy. So far, I haven’t found this to be true. Curty hasn’t grown much beyond his height when we adopted him, and he doesn’t seem to have the energy I have seen in shepherd breeds, although he is pretty playful and was easy to housebreak. Are there any health problems he might have, or do we just have a mixed breed dog that isn’t going to take on purebred characteristics? — Jerry C., Burlington, Vt. DEAR JERRY: There are several types of sheepdogs hailing from Russia and surrounding regions, so it’s hard to say exactly which breed you have. Indeed, you may have a mixedbreed dog, if the shelter wasn’t able to provide any information on Curty’s former home. The best thing to do is take Curty to the veterinarian for a checkup. Explain that he isn’t growing as fast as you thought he would and that he doesn’t have a lot of energy. The vet can check for any signs of underlying health issues. Curty could be a perfectly healthy pup, but just a mixed-breed dog who is developing normally and won’t be very big. An even-tempered, playful, well-socialized, easy-to-train dog isn’t a bad thing. But do make sure that he’s healthy and that there are no hidden health problems. Send your question or comment to [email protected], or write to Paw’s Corner, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. For more pet care-related advice and information, visit
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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 Inspiron 600m, Windows XP, 1.6-2.0GHz, 80GB HDD, 512MB memory, 14” LCD and more. $160 each. 1 Gateway MD7309u, Windows 7, 2.1GHz, 250GB HDD, 3GB memory, 15.6” LCD and more. $320 OBO. Can email picture. Call 540-514-1412. (7/27)

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) Guitar, black, 6-string acoustic, $600. Guitar, Jackson, 6-string electric, loaded, $800. Keyboard, Yamaha Motif 77, full midi, $3,000 OBO. Keyboard, Roland RD 700 (88), $2,800 OBO. Roland Fantom Synthesizer, loaded, $2,600 OBO. Call 540-869-5454 (7/13) 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)

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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P.R.O.P.S Classy Trash Sale will be Saturday, October 1 from 7:00 AM to 12:30 PM in the Curtain Call Café at the Wayside Theatre, Middletown, VA. Donations will be accepted from Tuesday, Sept 27Friday, Sept 30 from 12-6 PM. No clothing, please. All proceeds will go toward the Wayside Theatre Emergency Campaign Fund.

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 $6500.00 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) Need rear end for a 1991 Mazda pickup. Will buy whole truck wrecked. Call 540-465-8066 (8/10)

Camouflage Hunting Apparel. Coverall, Quilted Jacket, new backpack, gloves, two long sleeve shirts and 2 neon net vests. Size L. $50. Call 540-622-4628 (7/13) Nice, clean Chicago Bulls jacket. About 1988. X-Large. Bargain for only $50. Call 540-327-4397 (7/13) 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) Rocker Balance board - great for strengthening core muscles. Solid wood covered with durable nonslip coating. Is Professional Grade Board-150 lb max weight capacity. Brand new/excellent shape. $75.00. Can e-mail pic. 540-723-0285 (7/27) Air Hockey Table (7 FT)- Brand New! Can e-mail pic $200.00 Call 540-723-0285 (7/27) 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) FREE Swimming Pool, Blue, Standalone inflatable Ring. 16 ft x 4 ft deep. Purchased last summer. Used only 2 seasons. Includes ladder, filter pump and filter. Owner will drain and help load. Call 540 539 0442 (9/27)

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A bedroom (8X10) with a closet and hallway bathroom to share in a ranch 3 bedroom home in Middletown next to Interstate 81 with two others and two loveable dogs. Seeking professional, non smoking/drugs professional. $500.00 a month, all utilities included plus $500.00 security deposit and 6 month term lease required. A credit and background check will be done on applicant. Please contact before noon. Scott 540-877-7083 or Melissa 540-931-1615. (8/17) 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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Yard Sale: 10/7 and 10/8 7:30AM4PM. Household goods, clothing, books, toys, air hockey table, entertainment center, balance board, and more! 628 Kernstown Ct, Winchester (in Battlepark Estates-besides Creekside Shops off Valley Ave) Bazaar Fundraiser. Reserve your table for $15 at the Stephens City Fire & Rescue bazaar on October 22, 2011. Call 869-2275. Proceeds benefit rescue operations.

Light color wood with 1 large storage cabinet with wood doors on the bottom. 73” X 72” X 15” . TV opening: 31.5” X 27” (back is open so it can accomodate a deep TV. Sturdy and in good condition. $200.00 Can e-mail picture 540-723-0285 (8/10)

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