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December 14 – 27, 2012
Volume IV, Issue 25
Holiday time in
Frederick County
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Featured
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New Middletown
Mayor and Council
Wayside Inn for sale
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Meet Walter
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Roberts Furniture
New Merchandise
Has Arrived!
Truckload
Sofa Sale
Now in Progress!
All available for immediate
take with or Delivery.
Huge selection of mirrors,
vanities, marble plant stands,
coat racks and more!
Robert Furniture, families
serving families in Virginia
since 1960!
Up to one year
0%
financing
available
with approved credit.
Layaway also available.
Guaranteed Lowest Prices!
New Middletown Mayor and Council sworn in
By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
On Monday, December
10th, Middletown’s newly
elected mayor and council
were sworn in. Te members
of the council include Donna
M.G. Gray, who is still serv-
ing her initial term. Newly
elected members who were
previously appointed mem-
bers of the council are Trip
Chewning, John Copeland,
Tom Simon and Carole Sny-
der. Rounding out the coun-
cil is Mary Shall. Charles
Harbaugh, IV is mayor
Mayor Harbaugh is look-
ing forward to working with
the council. He wants the
council to continue look-
ing for long-term solutions
to Middletown’s fnancial
problems. Additionally, he
wants to bring more events
to Middletown, and to see
local businesses succeed.
Te council, which has
been working together for
almost a year, seems eager
to get to the task of repre-
senting the citizens of Mid-
dletown. Councilor Car-
ole Snyder agrees with the
mayor. “Middletown has had
a rough couple of years. We
need to get Middletown and
its fnances back in order. It
will be a tough path, but the
current council works well
together. We all are looking
forward to getting things
right.”
Te newly elected and sworn-in mayor and members of
the Middletown town council.
Give the gift of education at LFCC
Middletown, Warrenton, and Luray, VA – Lord Fairfax
Community College (LFCC) is ofering the opportunity for
holiday gift-givers to give the gift of education through tu-
ition certifcates. Certifcates can be purchased in person
or by phone for any amount. Te student may redeem the
gift certifcate at the LFCC business ofce within a one year
time frame. Te certifcates are for tuition only.
For more information or to purchase a certifcate, contact
the LFCC business ofce for the Fauquier Campus at (540)
351-1508 or the Middletown Campus at (540) 868-7126.
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Community
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Receive a reward of up to $1,000
*You will remain anonymous*
www.crimesolvers.us
540-665-TIPS

CRIME
OF THE
WEEK
Frederick County Crime of the Week -
December 3, 2012
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Offce is investigating two
burglaries and larcenies at Jim’s General Store located at
2674MartinsburgPike.ThefrstburglaryoccurredonOcto-
ber18,2012.Unknownsuspect(s)forcedentryintothebusi-
ness and an unknown amount of U. S. Currency and some
beer was taken. The second incident occurred on October
25, 2012. Again, unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the
businessandremovedajarofloosechangeanda12pack
ofBudLightbeer.

Ifyouhaveanyinformationregardingasuspectorsuspect
vehicle in these incidents, please contact the Crime Solvers
Hotline at (540) 665TIPS (8477). Information leading to the
arrestofasuspectmayresultinarewardofupto$1,000.
InvestigatorKeithA.Covert
Case#’s12006031&12006200
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The SPCA is open Monday thru
Friday 10-5 Saturday 10-4 Sunday 1-
5. 115 Featherbed Lane, Winchester •
66-8616. The SPCA accepts donations
for the following items, donations can
also be made at Newtown Antiques &
Pawn 375 Fairfax Pike, Stephens City:
Cat Litter • Kitten, puppy food • Cat
and dog food • Toys • Rawhides • Dog
treats • Sheets • Towels • Blankets
• Bleach • Pine-Sol • Liquid dish and
laundry detergent • Large trash bags
Pet of
the Week
Petfinder.com
Spice
Calico/Tabby Mix: An adoptable
cat in Winchester • ID: 59073 •
House trained • Primary colors:
Primary colors: Orange or Red,
Brown or Chocolate • Coat
length: Short
Lady
Beagle: An adoptable dog in
Winchester • Medium • Senior •
Female • Pet ID: 59130 • Prima-
ry colors: Tricolor: Brown, Black &
White • Coat length: Short
Ray Jean Brooks
Ray Jean Brooks, 73, of Winchester
died Wednesday, December 12 after
a long illness. Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to Blue Ridge
Hospice, 333 West Cork Street, Suite
405, Winchester, Virginia 22601.
Larry W. Clark
Larry Wayne Clark, age 62, of
Winchester, Virginia, died Saturday,
December 8, 2012, in his home. Me-
morial contributions may be made
in Larry’s honor to Omps Funeral
Home, 1600 Amherst Street, Win-
chester, VA or the Vietnam Veterans
Association (VVA), Chapter #1019,
PO Box 4447, Winchester, VA 22604.
Evelyn “Jo” McDaniel
Mrs. Evelyn Josephine “Jo” McDan-
iel, age 83, of Winchester, VA, died
Friday, December 7, 2012, at Win-
chester Medical Center, the daughter
of the late Lewis Frank and Mamie
Pearl McDonald. Contributions in
memory of Mrs. McDaniel may be
made to American Diabetes Associa-
tion, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA
22312.
Raymond Beach
Raymond Beach, 90, of Frederick
County, Virginia, died Tuesday,
December 4, 2012, in VA Medical
Center, Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Palliative Care Unit, VA
Medical Center, 510 Butler Avenue,
Martinsburg, West Virginia, 25405.
Gerard M. Fitzpatrick
Gerard Majella Fitzpatrick, 61, of
Frederick County, Virginia, died
Monday, December 3, 2012, in Win-
chester Medical Center. Memorial
contributions may be made to Blind
Veterans Association, 477 H Street,
NW, Washington, DC 20001.
Beryl Lou Evans
Beryl Lou Evans, 93, of Winchester,
died Sunday, December 2, 2012
in Winchester Medical Center. In
lieu of fowers, memorials may be
made to the Living Memorial Fund
of Christ Episcopal Church, 114 W.
Boscawen Street, Winchester, VA
or to Initiatives of Change, 2201 W.
Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23220.
Bryan Paul Bowers
Bryan Paul Bowers, 34, of Win-
chester, Virginia, died Saturday, De-
cember 1, 2012, in Matthews, North
Carolina. Bryan was born in 1978,
in Winchester, Virginia, the son of
Katherine Bowers and the late Paul
Ray Bowers. He attended Handley
High School. Bryan was a salesper-
son and a die-hard Redskins fan.
John L. Cofelt, Jr.
John L. Cofelt, Jr., 78, of Winchester,
Virginia, died peacefully at home
surrounded by his family Monday,
December 3, 2012, in Winchester,
Virginia. Memorial contributions
may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice,
333 West cork Street, Suite #405,
Winchester, Virginia 22601.
Beverly J. Henkel
Beverly Jean Jones Henkel, 82, of
Stephens City, Virginia, died Sunday,
December 2, 2012, in Winchester
Medical Center. Memorial contri-
butions may be made to any local
Hospice group of the donor’s choice.
Robin R. Lindquist
Robin Russ Lindquist, 40, of
Winchester, Virginia, unexpectedly
died Sunday, December 2, 2012.
Memorial contributions may be
made to any Bank of Clarke County
c/o Lindquist Memorial Fund, Main
Branch, 202 North Loudoun Street,
Winchester, Virginia 22601.
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be spayed or neutered? Con-
tact Spay Today, this area’s
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Death notices
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By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Tongues are wagging in Mid-
dletown again. Is it the “for
sale” of the Wayside Inn? An-
other fery town council meet-
ing? Te Robbie Limon beneft
at the Wayside Teatre?
No. Everyone in Middletown
is talking about the 20 foot
blowup snowman on Pleas-
ant View Avenue. According to
Mrs. Alley, she complained to
her husband and son last year
that they did not decorate any
more. Te men took matters
into their own hands. Tere
are lights around the porch.
Lights will be going up around
the house. And there is a snow-
man in the front yard that easily
clears the roof line of the house.
“Te way they hooked the
snowman up was ingenious!”
says Mrs. Alley. Want to see
the ever popular snowman? All
you need to do is ask anyone in
Middletown.
Note to kids – you still need
to be good. Santa has been
all around Frederick County
recently. He recently visited
the Blue Ridge Hospice Trift
store in Stephens City with
Mrs. Claus. He also stopped by
Sneakers Educational Childcare
in Winchester. Santa was very
impressed that the gift tree at
Sneakers was collecting goods
to be delivered to the SPCA in
Winchester. We can’t forget all
the animals waiting for their
forever homes this holiday!
Community
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RECIPE OF
THE WEEK
Turtle Cake
1Germanchocolatecakemix
1/4c.evaporatedmilk
1(14oz.)bagKraftcaramels
1c.semichocolatechips
3/4c.butterormargarine
1-1/2c.choppedpecans
Heatovento350degrees.Melt
caramels, butter and milk and
set aside. Prepare cake mix as
directed on package. Pour 1/2
batterintoagreasedandfoured
oblongpan,9x13orlarger.Bake
15minutes.Removecakefrom
oven and pour caramel mixture
over top. Sprinkle chocolate
chipsandnutsovercaramellay-
er. Pour rest of cake batter on
top. Bake for 20-25 minutes at
325degrees.
Compliments of Round Hill
Community Fire & Rescue.Win-
chester, Virginia Cookbooks
available by calling Charlotte at
540-450-8470
Holiday time in Frederick County
Mr. and Mrs. Claus and friend visit the Blue Ridge Hospice
Trift store in Stephens City during their children’s event.
Santa visits Rodney Torp and the kids at Sneakers Educational
Childcare.
December 14 – 7, 01 • Frederick County Report • Page 5 Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
Te Frederick County Fire
Marshal’s ofce would like to an-
nounce the addition of Walker,
an Acceleratn Detection Ca-
nine. Walker has been exten-
sively trained through the ATF’s
12 week training program in the
detection of a wide range of ig-
nitable liquids. Training takes
place in a variety of settings such
as schools, vehicles, fre scenes,
ofce buildings, and parking lots.
Walker and his handler, Lt. Mark
Showers, will recertify yearly
with the ATF to maintain Walk-
er’s certifcation and skill level.
Te addition of an Acceler-
ant Detection Canine will help
reduce the overall time involved
in investigative activities due to
their ability to isolate various
scents which otherwise require
detailed and time consuming
searches by investigative person-
nel. In addition to assisting with
investigations, Walker will be
available for demonstrations by
request, for schools and commu-
nity events.
From a release
Community
To advertise, please contact:
Angie Buterakos: [email protected] or 540-683-9197
Alison Duvall: [email protected] or 540-551-07
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Shenandoah Valley Baptist
Church programs
Challenging cancer series
4,000 People a day hear the words, “It’s cancer”.
“Te Caregiver Project” 10 week course - AACS
DVD Series. Every Wednesday evening from 6:45-
7:45 in the Science Trailer @ SVCA Presented by
Ron Combs, Board Certifed Pastoral Counselor
Frederick County, Virginia Fire and Rescue Department
Accelerant Detection Canine Team
Lt. Mark Showers and
“Walter”
CARING FOR KIDS
GOD’S WAY
Coach’s Wednesday Night Class
Ron Combs, Board Certifed
Christian Counselor. 14 week
DVD series, presented by Ameri-
can Association of Christian
Counselors.
When: Every Wednesday evening
from 6:45-7:45 in Science Trailer
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Te City of Winchester, Old
Town Winchester Business As-
soc., and Full Circle Marketing have
teamed up to create a “Holly Jolly
Old Town Celebration” on Decem-
ber 15th. Tis celebration, held
on and around the Loudoun Street
Mall, will feature a wide variety of
holiday activities for the entire com-
munity.
Join the celebration!
Get some holiday shopping done
in Old Town Winchester or simply
come take in all that Old Town has
to ofer and enjoy the following hol-
iday activities:
• 2nd Annual Victorian Candle-
light Ball - Free teaching ball for
families. Live music and dance in-
struction all evening. Brought to
you by Winchester Parks & Rec-
reation and sponsored by the Old
Town Development Board.
• Multiple groups of Carolers
singing your favorite Christmas car-
ols on the Loudoun Street Mall and
beyond from 12 noon to 7 pm
• Free horse-drawn carriage rides,
from 6 pm to 8 pm, compliments of
the Old Town Winchester Business
Association
• Holiday specials and treats at
Old Town restaurants and mer-
chants
• Holly Jolly March - large group
wearing holiday clothing visiting lo-
cal restaurants to help support the
Evans Home
• Te Winchester Model Railroad
Club on N. Cameron Street (past
Our Health Campus) will be open
from 1:30-4 pm to showcase their
model trains (free admission)
• Te Civil War Museum (1840
County Courthouse) - open from 10
am to 5 pm
• Old Town Civil War Walking
Tour at 11 am - meet at the Kurtz
Building, 2 N. Cameron Street, tour
led by Sandy Jones, $5 per person
payable to your guide. Questions?
Call the Winchester-Frederick
County Visitors Center at (540) 542-
1326.
Community
To advertise, please contact:
Angie Buterakos: [email protected] or 540-683-9197
Alison Duvall: [email protected] or 540-551-07
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Open Mon. - Sat. from 10am-5pm
Buy, Sell, Loan EVERYDAY! • FREE LAYAWAY!
Jewelry, Silver, Furniture,
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Bookkeeper
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Reasonable rates.
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On the Road Driving School, LLC
Garland T. Williams, Owner
5336 Water Street, Stephens City, VA 22655
Ph: (540) 869-6105 Cell: (540) 247-3197
www.ontheroaddrivingschool.com
Driver Improvement Clinic Driver Education Class
December 17-28
4:00-7:30 pm
Classes at 153 Narrow Ln.
Mt. View Christian Academy Stephens City, VA
WE HAVE ONLINE DRIVER IMPROVEMENT CLASSES
Classes at Holiday Inn Express
142 Foxridge Ln. Winchester, VA 22601
Saturday Dec. 22
8 am - 4:45 pm
Holly Jolly Old Town Christmas
Celebration this Saturday, December 15th
Handyman Service
Call Shawn 540-440-6173
Tree and brush removal •
Plumbing •
Small engine repair •
Lawn service •
Tile work •
Junk removal •
Some car repair •
Painting •
Roof repair •
Fencing and fence repair •
Driveway sealing •
Tin roof sealing •
And painting
Metal fabrication •
Low rates •
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December 14 – 7, 01 • Frederick County Report • Page 7 Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
What would the holidays be
without snowfakes falling outside,
a mug of hot cocoa in hand and a
favorite Christmas movie on tele-
vision?
Television is full of feel-good
movies come the holiday season.
Choose from among classic ficks
you have watched year after year
or new movies vying for spots as
soon-to-be favorites.
Watching Christmas movies is
a holiday tradition for many fami-
lies. So much so that lines from
popular movies are easily remem-
bered and recognized. Tose who
can recite movies verbatim might
enjoy testing their mettle with the
following Christmas quiz loaded
with memorable quotes from some
holiday classics.
Movie Quotes Quiz
1. “It came without ribbons. It
came without tags. It came with-
out packages, boxes or bags.”
2. “Uh, since the United States
Government declares this man to
be Santa Claus, this court will not
dispute it. Case dismissed.”
3. “If TV has taught me any-
thing, it’s that miracles always hap-
pen to poor kids at Christmas. It
happened to Tiny Tim, it happened
to Charlie Brown, it happened to
Te Smurfs, and it’s gonna happen
to us!”
4. “I want an ofcial Red Ryder,
carbine action, 200 shot range
model air rife.”
5. “Bless this highly nutritious
microwavable macaroni and
cheese dinner and the people who
sold it on sale. Amen.”
6. “Iris, in the movies, we have
leading ladies and we have the best
friend. You, I can tell, are a leading
lady, but for some reason, you’re
behaving like the best friend.”
7. “Who gave you permission
to tell Charlie there was no Santa
Claus? I think if we’re going to de-
stroy our son’s delusions, I should
be a part of it.”
8. “I want to wash my hands, my
face, my hair with snow.”
9. “We’re not just doing this for
us. We’re doing it for the kids. For
every kid who ever sat on Santa’s
lap. For every little girl who left
cookies and milk for Santa on
Christmas night. For every little
boy who opens a package Christ-
mas morning and fnds clothes in-
stead of toys. It breaks my heart.”
10. “We all know that Christ-
mas is a big commercial racket. It’s
run by a big Eastern syndicate you
know.”
11. “I fear you more than any
spectre I have seen. But as I know
your purpose is to do me good,
and as I hope to live to be another
man from what I was, I am pre-
pared to bear your company, and
do it with a thankful heart. Will
you not speak to me?”
12. “Seeing is believing, but
sometimes the most real things in
the world are the things we can’t
see.”
13. “Light the lamp, not the rat,
light the lamp, not the rat! Put me
out, put me out, put me out!”
14. “Tell me something, Billy.
How come a cute little guy like
this can turn into a thousand ugly
monsters?”
15. “Wanna see some magic?
OK, let’s watch you disappear!”
16. “Tat’s not ‘my’ Christmas!
‘My’ Christmas is flled with laugh-
ter, and joy... and this: my Sandy
Claws outft. I want you to make
it.”
17. “Tat’s neither pig nor pork,
it’s beef.”
18. “I passed through the seven
levels of the Candy Cane forest,
through the sea of swirly twirly
gum drops, and then I walked
through the Lincoln Tunnel.”
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By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
It is sad, but true; the Wayside Inn
in Middletown is for sale again. Te
Charons, Jacob and Lois, bought the
Inn from the Bernstein Family Foun-
dation in April 2009. At the time,
the Charons planned to just live in
the Inn. Once they moved to Mid-
dletown and realized what the Inn
meant to people, the Charons decid-
ed to give innkeeping a try. Accord-
ing to Lois, “we are business people;
we know how to run businesses and
be successful.”
Tat very success helped spur the
sale of the Inn. “We really want to
retire. We have been running the
Inn, serving meals, planning and
scheduling events, and fxing the Inn
since day one. It is too much for two
people.”
Lois says the Inn was very run
down when they purchased it. Tey
have replaced the roof, painted, and
fxed a wide assortment of electri-
cal and plumbing problems. Many
of the kitchen appliances have been
updated. Te grounds, too, have
been redone. Lois says they continue
to improve the property.
At the same time, the Charons be-
lieve their lives have been too “dis-
rupted” running the Inn and the res-
taurant. It is a non-stop job; one that
the Charons were not expecting.
“We have been making good money,
even considering al of the money we
are reinvesting in the property. We
do a lot of the work ourselves, which
helps.”
One way the Charons are attempt-
ing to get their lives back prior to
the sale of the Inn is by discontinu-
ing the restaurant. Te Inn still hosts
special events: weddings, parties,
even recently a wake. Special events
can be arranged by contacting the
Inn. However, as seen over and over
again, people stopping by the Inn for
a meal or a cocktail are turned away.
Lois said they are still making money
with only the Inn and special events,
and that the pace is signifcantly less.
Reaction to the sale is mixed. Peo-
ple love the Wayside Inn and what
it represents in Middletown, both
as a social venue and as a histori-
cal marker in the community. Local
performer and Middletown resident
Robbie Limon has played at the
Wayside Inn for years. “Te Inn de-
serves to be open to the public and
to keep the “oldest continuously op-
erating” distinction. It should not be
a private home. Hopefully the new
owners will reopen the Inn and the
restaurant and share it with the pub-
lic.”
Anita Holley, also a Middletown
resident and a member of the plan-
ning commission, fears more dire
measures. “Tere is nothing to pre-
vent the Inn from demolition. Mid-
dletown did not enact an historic
overlay ordinance, which would have
protected the integrity of the Inn.”
She understands that there is no fed-
eral protection because the age of
various pieces of the Inn are incon-
gruous. Also, the highway marker on
Route 81 will most likely be removed
if the Inn does not serve meals.
Te removal of the market dove-
tails with Irish Isle owner Brian
Coughlan’s views. Te loss of the
Wayside Inn is a loss for everyone in
town, including the businesses. Te
Isle gets busy during weddings at
the Wayside Inn. Inn guests usually
stroll down Main Street to check out
the Isle. “One business bounces of
the others; the more businesses we
have in Middletown, the better it is
for all businesses.”
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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) An
old adversary wants to make amends
over the holidays. The decision is
yours. But wouldn’t it be nice to share
the upcoming new year with another
friend?
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) As
news of your work gets around, expect
to receive a special holiday “gift” from
influential contacts who could help
you launch your new projects in the
new year.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20)
Instead of fussing over what you
didn’t do to prepare for the holidays,
relax and enjoy the kudos for a job tru-
ly well done. A happy surprise awaits
you early next year.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) The
best way to shake off lingering holi-
day blues is to join loved ones in the
fun and festivities of this special time.
A confusing situation starts to make
sense in upcoming weeks.
LEO (July 23 to August 22) Special
emotional rewards mark this holiday
time for Leos and Leonas who are able
to open up to new relationships and the
possibilities they offer in the upcom-
ing year.
VIRGO (August 23 to September
22) Your efforts to make the holidays
especially memorable for some people
will be rewarded in some unexpect-
ed (but very welcome) ways in the
upcoming year.
LIBRA (September 23 to October
22) Be assured that your efforts to
make this holiday special for every-
one won’t go unnoticed by those who
could make some important changes
in your life.
SCORPIO (October 23 to Novem-
ber 21) Lots of folks want you to light
up their holiday parties. But try to take
some quiet time ‘twixt those glittering
galas to spend with some very special
people.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22
to December 21) While the current
round of holiday revels has your social
life on the fast track, someone special
might want to keep pace with you next
year, as well.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to
January 19) Enjoy all the fun you
deserve at this holiday time. However,
don’t lose sight of the need to check
out some of the changes the new year
is expected to bring.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru-
ary 18) What happens during this holi-
day time can help clear up some of the
confusion jeopardizing a once-stable
relationship. Follow your instincts on
what to do next.
PISCES (February 19 to March 20)
Your holidays are brightened by new
friends eager to become part of your
life. But don’t forget to spend time
with that one special person. (You
know who!)
BORN THIS WEEK: You have the
ability to encourage people to reach
their potential by setting an example
with your own efforts.
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• On Dec. 30, 1853, the United States
acquires 30,000 square miles of land
in what is now southern New Mexico
and Arizona for $15 million. The pur-
chase settled the dispute over the loca-
tion of the Mexican border west of El
Paso, Texas, and established the final
boundaries of the southern United
States.
• On Dec. 28, 1869, the Knights of
Labor, a labor union of tailors in Phila-
delphia, holds the first Labor Day cer-
emonies in American history. In 1894,
Congress designated the first Monday
in September a legal holiday for all
federal employees and the residents of
the District of Columbia.
• On Dec. 29, 1878, the first game is
played between two teams of the first
professional baseball league in Cuba.
Baseball was introduced in Cuba
around 1864, when some students
returned home from studying in the
United States and introduced their fel-
low islanders to the bat and ball.
• On Dec. 25, 1880, Layne Hall is
born in Mississippi. When he died
in 1990, Hall was the oldest licensed
driver in the United States. In his
nearly 75 years on the road, Hall nev-
er got a speeding ticket or citation of
any kind.
• On Dec. 26, 1917, during World
War I, President Woodrow Wilson
announces the nationalization of many
of the country’s railroads. The Rail-
road Control Act stated that within 21
months of a peace treaty, the railroads
would be returned to their owners. In
March 1920, the railroads became pri-
vate property once again.
• On Dec. 27, 1932, at the height of the
Great Depression, thousands of people
turn out for the opening of Radio City
Music Hall in New York City. Radio
City Music Hall was designed as a pal-
ace for the people — a place of beauty
where ordinary folks could see high-
quality entertainment. It remains the
largest indoor theater in the world.
• On Dec. 24, 1979, the Soviet
Union invades Afghanistan under
the pretext of upholding the Soviet-
Afghan Friendship Treaty of 1978.
Within days, the Soviets had secured
the capital of Kabul after overcoming
fierce but brief resistance from the
Afghan army.
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Event listing
To advertise, please contact:
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Saturday December 15
5:30pm - 10pm Victorian Candlelight
Ball, First Presbyterian Church, 116 S.
Loudoun St., Winchester. Caroling on
Loudoun St mall, 5:30 to 6pm. Addt’l
dance instruction from 6pm to 7pm.
VictorianBallfrom7pmto10pm.Mem-
bersofthevictoriandanceensemblewill
demonstrate and teach many traditional
victorian dances.Wear period, casual or
formal attire. Free refreshments avail-
able.
9am - 6pm Annual Greek bake sale at
the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church
located at 1700Amherst St,Winchester,
VA. Baked delights such as baklava,
Kourambiedes, Loukoumades, Kouloura-
kia and Greek bread. Gyro sandwiches
madetoorderstartingat11am.
Sunday December 16
3pm Handley Band Holiday Concert in
thePatsyClineAuditorium.Freeadmis-
sion.
Monday December 17
Blanket Drive at Frenchies December
17-22.Donatelightlyusedornewblan-
kets and receive a FREE frozen yogurt.
On Dec. 22 (11 am-4 pm), enjoy a kids
holidaypartywithcrafts,prizesandface
painting. Frenchies Yogurt Bar, 555 Ad-
amsDr.,(540)6672014
Tuesday December 18
7:30am Past Presidents Kitty Zucker-
man and John Zimet will lead the club
membershipwithamixofsongsforthe
HolidaySeason.RotaryClubofFrederick
County meeting scheduled for Tuesday
morning at Shenandoah University in
the Clement Board Room - Allen Din-
ing Hall. . The Public Relations Com-
mittee will meet after the club meeting.
Invited guests and visiting Rotarians are
welcome. For more information contact
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Wednesday December 19
5:30pm - 7pm Exclusively Faces & Me-
diSpa (EF) will host a Kiss the Canvas
event at the Half Note Lounge in the
George Washington Hotel. Local radio
personality Barry Lee from WINC FM
willbejudgingladiesastheyapplytheir
best kiss to a canvas which will remain
ondisplayattheHalfNote.EFwillshare
MediSpa product information about pre-
mier brands such as Botox, Juvaderm,
Obagi & Latisse. Edible arrangements
will be there with product information
and the Half Note will have appetizer
and beverage specials. Toys and cloth-
ing will be collected and donated to the
LaurelCenter.
Friday December 21
11:30am The National Active and Re-
tired Federal Employees Association
(NARFE) Winchester Chapter 180 will
hold its monthly luncheon and chapter
meeting on. Chapter 180 members,
federal retirees and currently employed
federalemployeesareinvited.Entertain-
ment will be Dixie Rhythm Band, Please
bring canned food items etc. for C-CAP.
Lunch begins at 11:30a.m. in the Lee
JacksonbanquetroomoftheBestWest-
ern in Winchester, Va. The cost is $11
formembersandguests.Forfurtherin-
formation and reservations call Harmon
Byrd at 540-877-1952 by Tuesday De-
cember18,2012.
12pm - 4pm WIS INTERNATIONAL will
beA Job Fair in search of potential new
employeesfortheirbusywinterinvento-
ry season. WHEN: Friday, December 21,
2012. WHERE: Winchester Unemploy-
ment Offce (Career Center), 100 Pre-
mierPlace,Winchester,VA22602
Monday December 24
7pm Stephens City Mennonite Church
will host a Christmas Eve candle light
service. The Christmas story will be
presented by children and adults with a
Christmas carol sing. The service will
conclude with a candle lighting. A fel-
lowship time will follow in the church
fellowshiphall.
Wednesday December 26
10am - 4pmWatercolorWinterWonder-
land.Inthisfree,drop-inactivitychildren
andadultsareinvitedtostopbytheMSV
to learn how to create a watercolor of
theirfondestmemoryfrom2012.Rhonda
Smith, MSV adult and gallery programs
coordinator and former art teacher, will
be on hand to instruct participants in
watercolorbasics.Remember,admission
to the galleries is free on Wednesday
morningsfrom10amuntilnoon.Water-
coloractivityisfreetoall.Regulargallery
admissionratesapplyafternoon.
Friday December 28
9am - 12pmAll-StarBattingCageswill
hold a Christmas camp. Cost for this
camp is only $45 andAll-Star members
payjust$40.Calloremailustogeton
this outstanding camp line-up for base-
ball and softball. Call us at 722-4RBI or
email [email protected] to reserve
aspot
Monday December 31
9am - 12am First NightWinchester on
Old Town. On December 31 this com-
munity event brings the night to life as
businesses, churches, and other ven-
ues open their doors to multiple stages
featuring performances throughout the
evening. Entertainment includes, but is
not limited to, folk, jazz, bluegrass, old-
ies,SwingBands,acousticalguitar,pup-
pet shows, kids events and all kinds of
entertainment up and down the Old
TownMallarea.Andthen,justbeforethe
year ends, the entire community comes
together at the intersection of Cameron
and Boscawen Streets to sing, share
memoriesandwelcomeintheNewYear
with our own Barry Lee (courtesy of
WINC) as we count down time with our
offcial “Apple Drop” and midnight fre-
worksdisplay.Themajorityofourevents
takeplaceinOldTownWinchesterwithin
easy walking distance to all venues. Old
Town Winchester provides us with an
ideal setting with its historic charm and
convenientparking.
10am - 4pm Start your New Year’s
celebration at the MSV. On this special
day, everyone who wears a 2013 First
Night Winchester button—which may
bepurchasedintheMuseumStorefrom
December 8 to 31— will receive FREE
admission to the MSV! As a buildup to
the evening’s First Night festivities in
OldTownWinchester, the MSV and First
Nightarepresentingdaytime,family-ori-
ented entertainment at the MSV. Magi-
cian Johnny-O will perform in the MSV
ReceptionHallat11a.m.and2:30p.m.
From noon to 2 p.m. and from 3 to 4
p.m.,hewillalsomakefabulousballoon
creations. Glitterbugz Face Painting will
beattheMSVfromnoonuntil4p.m.
Thursday January 3
7pm - 9pm Shenandoah University is
hosting their annual Regional Finan-
cial Aid event for parents and students
in the Stimpson Auditorium located in
the Halpin-Harrison Hall, Harry F.Byrd,
Jr. School of Business building on the
corner of PleasantValley Road and Mill-
wood Avenue in Winchester. This is a
great opportunity for all to learn the ba-
sicsoffnancialaid.Thisissponsoredby
Shenandoah University and Lord Fairfax
Community College, but of course, they
encourage everyone to come, regard-
less of where the student plans to at-
tend.PleasecalltheFinancialAidoffce,
540-665-4538atShenandoahUniversity
if you have questions concerning this
event.
Tuesday January 8
1pm - 3pmThelibraryishostingcareer
counselor Estelle Sanzenbacher of LF-
CC’sWorkforce Solutions to conduct the
resumewritingworkshop.Thisworkshop
isdesignedforjobseekerswhoneedto
writeanewresumeorwanttopolishan
existingresume.Ms.Sanzenbacherwill
review the best practices for developing
effective resumes from 1 pm to 2 pm,
and from 2 pm to 3 pm attendees can
start writing resumes using the tech-
niquesdiscussed.Personalizedguidance
will be provided as needed and follow
up resume reviews can be scheduled.
To register, contact the Bowman Library
Reference Desk at 540 869-9000 ext.
203. This program is free and open to
thepublic.
Saturday January 12
5pm Fellowship Bible Church in Win-
chester,VA is hosting a men-only event.
This event gives you a chance to enter
your wild game entrée, game mount, or
trophyinacontestaswellasfellowship
withothermeninthecommunity.Guest
speaker,LarryMoyer,fromEvanTell,will
besharinghisloveofhuntingandsome
storiesfromhishuntingexperiences.For
moreinformationortopurchasetickets,
visitwww.fbcva.org/wildgamefeast.
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White Crosley heavy duty washer with
20 lb. capacity. Good Condition. $100.
Please call 540-336-9531 after 6PM.
(8/9)
Print: LN, framed and matted, 31 x 42, Vic-
torian Lunch, have original receipt $111.
Call 540-550-6674
Crossbow (Similar to Bowfex) Good
Condition $125. Call 540-622-2424.
Pipe Rack for full size pickup. $195.00
Call 540-665-0463 (6/28)
High-def projection TV for sale. 50-
inch Toshiba. 5 years old, New lamp,
Excellent condition. $250. Call #540-
869-7571. Love Seat for sale. Floral
print cushions with wicker trim. Good
condition. $50. Call 540-869-7571
6/28)
White Crosley heavy duty washer with
20 lb. capacity. Good Condition. $100.
Please call 540-336-9531 after 6PM.
30” NATURAL GAS RANGE four years
old - white $125. Call 540-869-3506
(8/9)
17 cubic foot refrigerator $125.00.
Call 540-869-3506 (8/9)
Daytona Beach Timeshare for sale $900!
Availabe the 3rd week of January. Locat-
ed on the beach. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, sleeps
6. Call 540-338-7581 (8/23)
100 yr old wooden headboard $100.
Wicker baby stroller, antique $100. Cook-
ie jars call for prices. Blue canning jars
with galvanized lids $3 each. Old 50’s
Schwinn Bike, girls $50. 540-662-9023
Consew Blind Hemmer Sewing Machine,
complete with manual and needles.
Sew a hem in less than a minute. Won-
derful machine for alterations or deco-
rator business. $300. 540-675-3508
(9/20)
Thomas Kinkade Telafora Teapot
“Home is Where the Heart Is II” $10.00
(9/20)
Christmas “Holly Holiday Pattern” Never
Used/In Box. $25/ea. Salt & Pepper
Shakers, Soup Bowls, Dinner Plates,
Cookie Jar, Sleigh (Votive Candle used
- cleaned out), Disney Winnie the Pooh
“Simply Pooh” Figurines $20/ea. Call
540-869-4236 (10/4)
Love Seat for sale. Floral print cush-
ions/pillows. White wicker trim. Good
condition. $40. Call 540-869-7571
(10/4)
Console tv with wood cabinet $50 or bo
Hitachi 56” HD Projection tv $200.
24” tv $45 or bo 540-868-9226
(10/18)
Eli Terry Pillar & Scroll Clock, circa 1805,
Mahogany, serious inquiries only. Call
540-869-3333. (11/02)
Caleb Davis Tall-Case Well-Documented
Valley Clock, 8-day bell strike, serious
inquiries only. Call 540-869-3333.
Mink Coat, full length, Size 12, gor-
geous brown mahogany, ec, perfect
Christmas gift! Serious inquiries
only. 540.869.3333
Wheel Chair, Guardian Easy Care
2000, Heavy-Duty, like new, 250-lb.
weight capacity, $300 OBO, 540.869
.3333 (11/15)
PIANO, electric, digital. Technics PCM
Digital Ensemble PR50V Price: $1,000
(25% of original price), Model SX-PR50V,
Owners Manual, Full size keyboard,
Never needs tuning, with bench, music,
and manualsOriginal owner, like new -
540/869-8649 or [email protected]
Commercial Space for Lease. Prime Lo-
cation in Historic Downtown Strasburg.
Pre-Civil War Building with Period Res-
toration. Log and Brick with Wide Plank
Floors. New 3 Zone Heat/Air. 4 Exte-
rior Doors. 110 N. Massanutten Street.
Monthly Rent $1,500.Off-street parking
available. Call Wendy 540-975-0390
11/16)
Entertainment Center: Light Oak with
glass doors. (64” wide X 58” high X 23”
deep) Very good condition $300.00
540-723-0285 (12/13)
7 Foot Air Hockey Table by Harvard.
Brand New! $200.00 540-723-0285
(12/13)
Bassinet: Travel bassinet by Delta with
canopy and locking wheels. Very clean
like new condition. Does not have stor-
age tray on bottom. $30.00 540-723-
0285 (12/13)
Rotisserie oven: Baby George, Model
GR59A Used only once-very clean, like
new condition. No box. $50.00 540-
723-0285 (12/13)
Chestnut Wood Doll Bed: 33-1/2” Long
by 20” Wide (scaled down version of
regular bed) Large over size quilt custom
made; Dust ruffe; Two pillows; Mattress
(I will e-mail picture to you if you would
like to view it on line) $250.00 - Phone:
(540) 635-9748. (12/13)
MISC
Jennifer Dennis, Direct Marketing Ex-
ecutive, Home Agent & Independent
Rep. for TVC Marketing, Inc./Motor Club
of America (240) 452-0156. Business
Email: [email protected] Prod-
uct & Opportunity Website: http://www.
tvcmatrix.com/jsunfower35. MCA Pre-
sentation Website: http://www.join-
mca-now.com/mca2day.html
Hammond Organ, 25 pedals, 2 manual
full-draw bars, mahogany, ec, serious in-
quiries only, 540.869.3333 (11/15)
1,100 sq.ft. offce space for rent in the
Winchester area. Call 540-974-6359
(6/28)
Townhome for rent at 140 Parkside Dr.
Brookland Heights, Winchester, VA. 3br,
1 1/2bath, liv room, kit appliances, gas
heat and central air. CREDIT CHECK
- SECURITY DEPOSIT $770.00 and
$770.00 MONTHLY.LEAVE MESSAGE at
(540) 869-3506
LUXURY APARTMENT available now for
the working professional. Completely
furnished, tastefully appointed, immacu-
late 1 BR, utilities included. Located in
historic district/Front Royal. Close to
shopping and I-66. Call Ms.Young 540-
635-3059,lease required. (11/29)
House with two fenced acres, double ga-
rage and three storage buildings. Three
bedrooms, two full baths, large 20’ x
20’ kitchen and closed in porch. Elec-
tric baseboard heat, stove & refrigerator
- Middletown, VA. Credit check required
- $1,400.00 Deposit/Month. 540-247-
9456 (12/13)
Wanted
1950’s National Geographics magazines
540-869-3112 (10/18)
Small scooter & van lift Looking for a
donation. Please call Mary or Willis at
540-868-8800
Autos
1986 Ford truck with slide on camper,
extra set wheels, $2900. Call 540-839-
2827 (7/26)
Full size truck rack. 8ft Bed $100.540-
665-0463 (10/18)
89’ GMC - PU shortbed located in Fred
Co (12/13)
1998 Ford Windstar GL Minivan, captains
seats, 7 passenger, all extra features,
well maintained. $2200.00 Call 540-
868-0058 (12/13)
2002 Ford Focus SE 5 speed, one
owner, mostly highway miles well
maintained, runs great. 222,000
miles, $1500. 540-869-1815. (11/15)
1997 Mazda B2300 pickup truck 5
speed, manual steering, runs great,
170,000 miles, $1100. 540-869-1815.
(11/15)
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT
WANTED
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December 14 – 7, 01 • Frederick County Report • Page 15 Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
Sol Circus is a fresh new band hailing from Northern Virgin-
ia. Combining the sounds of classic soul music like Bill Withers
alongsidewithhipreggaetonesthataresuretomakeyouwant
to dance. Tim Walls the bands lead singer has been performing
in the area for the past three years with his solo acoustic per-
formances, that have won the hearts of many. With soulful tone
andapowerfulprojectionthatissuretomakeeventhedrunkest
of bar minions, stand and salute. Dan Devine who is the bands
lead guitar player has played with Tim Walls for the past three
yearsinhislocaladventuresandwhowasthemastermindbehind
the band Solid Ground. Dan delivers a Jazzy, melodic, and even
attimesaface-meltingexperience.Hisstagepresenceisalways
felt and is one of the best guitarist in the area. Eric Ralls a.k.a.
RockStar Jr. has captured Tim Walls’ and Dan Devines’ heart in
themakingofthismachinewecallSolCircus.Thethickbeatshe
deliverswithastagepresencethatrivalsKeithMoon.Heisakey
component in the rhythm that drives this heavy bass and drum
band.Hehasstudiedthedrumsforalongtimeandissuretohit
theNOVAareabysurprise.Lastbutsurelynotleast.AndrewChil-
dressakaSuperFresh,istheBandsdemonicbassentity.Thiskid
who by the way is only 19 years old is actually a metal god. He
originally started shredding metal riffs and has the ability to play
his guitar better than anyone I have ever seen at his age.When
askedtoplaybassforSolCircushejumpedattheofferjustbe-
causeofthepuremusicianship.AlongsideRockstarJr.theydrive
the Machine that is Sol Circus carrying the beat and making the
room dance all night long. If you haven’t seen this band, I would
defnitelysuggestit.Thebandwillbeknockingoutshowstherest
of2012andisplanningtotakeoverthelocalandregionalmusic
scenes in 2013. Come one and come all and we hope you enjoy
SOLCIRCUS!
You can email [email protected] if you
would like to be our featured artist
ADOPTION
A childless, young, successful wom-
an seeks to adopt. Will be HANDS-
ON Mom! Financial security. Expens-
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
A SODA/SNACK VENDING ROUTE
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EDUCATION / HELP WANTED
VACANCIES: History/Social Sci-
ences (9-12), Special Education
General Curriculum (5-8), Physical
Science (8), Biology/Physics (9-12),
Occupational Therapy (PreK-12) -
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EDUCATION
Medical Billing Trainees Needed!
Train to become a Medical Offce
Assistant. No Experience Needed!
Training & Job Placement available
at CTI! HS Diploma/GED & computer
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HELP WANTED / TRUCK DRIVERS
DRIVERS-CDL TRAINING now of-
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Owner Operators Dedicated Custom-
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DRIVERS REGIONAL FLATBED.
HOME Every Weekend, 40-45 CPM
Class A CDL Required. Flatbed Load
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LOTS AND ACREAGE
CAMPBELL COUNTY – gorgeous
setting for your dream home, 3-acre
homesite in the trees. A few minutes
south of Lynchburg airport. Owner
will fnance. $65,900. 434-444-5088
NEARLY AN ACRE on Timber Ridge
Road in Franklin County – unrestrict-
ed - $29,900 crazy-good fnancing.
434-534-5161
40,000 SF Warehouse near Natural
Bridge. Two dock doors, two drive-
in doors, 24’ ceilings, dust collection
system, 5000SF offce space. Finan-
cial incentives for customization.
540-487-0480.
WOODED HOMESITE – 3.5 acres on
bold stream in Amherst County on
cul-de-sac. Plenty of wildlife. Owner
fnancing. $69,900. 434-444-5088.
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dian salary tops $100,000 (US BLS)
with experience and full certifcation.
Call toll free (877) 560-1001 for in-
formation. Hampton University/Avia-
tion Institute of Maintenance
MEDICAL CAREERS begin here
– Train ONLINE for Allied Health and
Medical Management. Job place-
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Financial Aid if qualifed. SCHEV cer-
tifed. Call 888-354-9917 www.Cen-
turaOnline.com
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SERVICES
DIVORCE WITH OR WITHOUT chil-
dren $125.00. Includes name change
and property settlement agreement.
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We provide a creative approach,
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