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Winchester
To advertise, please contact:
Angie Buterakos: [email protected] or 540-683-9197
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Nellie Strosnider Golightly
Nellie Elizabeth Strosnider Golightly, 93, of Winchester, Vir-
ginia,diedTuesday,February28,2012intheWinchesterMedical
Center.
Mrs.Golightlywasbornin1919inWardensville,WestVirginia,
thedaughterofthelateRobertN.andCoraW.Strosnider.Shewas
aproductionworkerforRichFoodsuntilherretirement,andshe
wasamemberoftheKingdomHallofJehovah’sWitness.
She married Clayton A. Golightly on December 24, 1936. He
precededhiswifeindeathonJanuary31,1956.
Surviving are two daughters, Barbara Golightly Greene, and
her husband, Paul, of Woodstock, VA and Shirley Athey, and
her husband, Glen, of Capon Bridge, WV; three sons, Paul W.
Golightly of Williamsburg, VA, Daniel Golightly, and his wife,
Lettie,ofWinchester,VAandStevenGolightlyandhiswife,Syl-
via, also of Winchester; a stepson, Teodore Derfinger and his
wife,Virginia,ofAdamstown,MD;ninegrandchildren;22great
grandchildren;twogreat,greatgrandchildren;asister,Hopewell
FishelofWinchester,andfourbrothers,PaulHarrisonStrosnider
andhiswife,Juanita,ofStephensCity,VA,RobertStrosniderand
hiswife,Madge,ofMidland,MI,CliftonStrosniderandhiswife,
Lola,ofStephensCity,andHaroldStrosniderandhiswife,Betty,
ofMiddletown,VA.
Mrs. Golightly was preceded in death by a son, David Allen
Golightly,andthreesisters,PaulinePangle,EuniceMcDonaldand
HelenPayton.
Afuneralservicewillbeconductedat11:00AMonSaturday
atOmpsFuneralHome,SouthChapelwithElderRonaldGood
ofciating.IntermentwillbeinMacedoniaCemetery.
TefamilywillreceivefriendsonFridayeveningfrom6:00–8:00
PMatOmpsFuneralHome,SouthChapel.
ByJonathanBennett
FrederickCountyReport
Every day, when kids get out of
school, many of them fnd they
have a chunk of time to kill before
dinner and homework and Ameri-
can Idol or (cough) Jersey Shore,
and it’s in these carefree hours of
limited supervision and Mountain
Dew-induced energy that they
mightbeinclinedtogetuptosome
shenanigans.Schoolkids,withtheir
springtime squirreliness and their
jonesingforanever-closersummer
break, may fnd their alotted time
formischiefisevenmoreplentiful.
What to do? Even kids involved in
sports or other school-sponsored
extracurricular activities can fnd
themselveswithtoomuchidletime
andthat,Ihear,istheDevil’splay-
thing.IfyoubelieveintheDevil.If
youdon’t,keepreadinganyway.
I bring this up because a gentle-
man by the name of Israel Brooks
hashitonanideathatwillprovide
a safe, constructive environment
for youngsters in downtown Win-
chester. Game Time Center, as it
will be called, is a family-friendly
gaming center geared toward the
middle school and high school age
group.No,notslotsandblackjack;
the purpose here is to steer them
away from vice, at least for now.
Tesearegamesplayedonoperat-
ing systems like PlayStation, Nin-
tendo Wii, and Xbox. “All ages are
welcome,”saysIsrael,“butwe’llask
thatanyoneundertheageoftwelve
be accompanied by a parent or
guardian.”
“What we’re trying to provide,”
hecontinues,“isaplaceforkidsto
go if they don’t want to go to, say,
the mall or the movies, or skating,
or bowling. Tis is another option
for them.” So how will this work?
“We’llchargebythehourforthose
whomightonlywanttostayashort
while or who can’t come in that
often,” says Israel. “We’ll also ofer
memberships and VIP packages
forthosewantingtocomeinregu-
larly.”Andsincegameshaveratings
thesamewaymoviesdo,Israelwill
adhere to all ESRB (Entertainment
SoftwareRatingBoard)ratings,and
gamerswishingtoplayacertainti-
tle, if they are not age appropriate,
musthaveawaiversignedbyapar-
entorguardian.AndIsraelandco.
haven’toverlookedthenecessityfor
keepingtheold-timersentertained
while they keep watch over the
youngsters; he’s designated a part
ofthesetupasthe‘VintageCorner’,
where those of us old enough to
remember watching new episodes
of Family Ties can play Pac-Man,
Frogger, and (hopefully) Space In-
vaders.
GameTimewillhavechairsand/
or couches at each game station; a
stationwillhaveeithera27”or42”
TV, or a size in between. When a
gamer enters, he or she picks up
a controller and the game to be
played, and is assigned a station.
Some stations will be semi-private
forgamesrequiringmorethanone
playerorifagameisratedNE,Not
forEveryone.
Of course, all this button-push-
ing will work up quite an appetite
foralready-hungrykids;Iknowthe
frst thing I did growing up when
I got home was eat something. To
that end, Israel says, “We’ll ofer
prepackaged snacks and bottles
of water or soda and juice.” Upon
opening, Israel says they’ll plan to
operate from either 11am or 2pm
“until about 9 at night. We need
to be sure we’re in line with local
truancylawsasfarasthehourswe
keep.”
Since video games are more
popular than ever, with several
successful operating platforms and
too many game titles to mention,
it seems that the niche has existed
for some time and is just waiting
for someone to come along with
an idea like this. Te Winchester
City Council is expected to move
the permit forward at its monthly
meetingat7pmonTuesday,March
13 at Rouss City Hall on Cameron
Street.Ifyou’veeverthoughtabout
coming to a Council meeting to
support a new local business, this
mightbetheoneyou’vebeenwait-
ingon.
DidImentionSpaceInvaders?
School just let out. Where’s your kid gonna go?
The Center will provide a
safe, supervised setting
for middle school and high
school kids to play the lat-
est video games.
The Game Time Center will be at 720 South Braddock
Street, close to Handley High and Frederick Douglass El-
ementary Schools.
March 24 ~ 8 a.m to 1 p.m.
Intersection of Martinsburg Pike/Stine Lane
665-5643 or 662-0265
• Safe, secure destruction of personal records
• First fve boxes free to residents!
Six boxes and up : 10 cents/lb.
• We unload! Just drop, shred and go!
• Business rate: 10 cents/lb. fat
• Cash, checks, VISA, MasterCard accepted
• No need to remove folders, clips, staples,
rubber bands or string
• Letters of destruction available upon request
• Rain or shine! Refreshments! Give-aways!
• ALL area residents and businesses welcome -
Winchester, Frederick, Clarke, Warren,
Shenandoah counties, Eastern Panhandle
Protect yourself from fraud!
E&M Enterprises
Spring Cleaning
Community
Shred
Southern Scrap Inc.
Williams’ Recycling
SECURE EASY FREE
(Directly across from Frederick Block.)
Bookkeeper
available
Specializes in
small business.
Reasonable rates.
Call Lisa
(540) 465-8302
March 9 – 22, 2012 • Frederick County Report • Page 3 Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
FREDERICK COUNTY CRIME OF THE WEEK – MARCH 5, 2012
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Offce is investigating a burglary and
grandlarcenyfrom2261FrontRoyalPikeonFebruary1,2012.Depu‑
tiesrespondedtoareportoflarceniesfromstoragecontainerslocated
on a construction site at that address. Miscellaneous copper tubing,
copperfttings,andcopperwirewasremovedfromthecontainers,along
withvarioushandtools.Valueofitemstakenisestimatedatmorethan
$11,000.00.
Ifyouhaveanyinformationregardingasuspectorsuspectvehiclein
thisincident,pleasecontacttheCrimeSolversHotlineat(540)665‑TIPS
(8477).Informationleadingtothearrestofasuspectmayresultinareward
ofupto$1,000.Case#12000642InvestigatorNathanB.Spence
WINCHESTER CRIME OF THE WEEK – FEBRUARY 27, 2012
Location:SecondSkin(4SLoudounSt)
DateofCrime:January10‑11,2012
TypeofCrime:GrandLarceny
ThebusinessownerofSecondSkin,locatedat4SLoudounSt,advised
thatherValentine’sDaydecorationsweremissingfromthefrontofher
business.Thedecorationsincludedgarland,hearts,andlargeredlights.
ThebusinessownerpreviouslyreportedthatherChristmasdecorations
hadbeentakeninNovember.Ineachincidentover$200indecorations
weretaken.
If you should have any information in reference to this or any other
crimes, please contact the Crime Solvers Hotline at (540) 665 –TIPS.
Case#11052063,12001587OffcersCave&Jenkins
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Tyler “Bubba” R. Comer
TylerRichardComer,13,ofClearbrook,VirginiadiedSunday,
March 4, 2012 in the Winchester Medical Center. Memorial
contributions for Tyler may be made to Omps Funeral Home,
1260FrontRoyalPike,Winchester,VA22602
Ernest William Rudolph
Ernest William Rudolph, age 73, of Winchester, Virginia, died
Saturday,March3,2012,inWinchesterMedicalCenter.Memo-
rial contributions may be made to the Summit Point Baseball
League,P.O.Box974,CharlesTown,WV25414.
Jeanette L. Whitlock
JeanetteLoveWhitlock,90,ofWinchester,diedSunday,March
4,2012,inGoldenLivingCenter,Berryville,Virginia.Memorial
contributionsmaybemadetoSt.John’sLutheranChurch,P.O.
Box2004,Winchester,Virginia22604orCharityofthedonor’s
choice.
Rev. Mr. Edward L. Christianson
Rev.Mr.EdwardL.Christianson,“DeaconEd”,age88,ofWin-
chester, passed away Friday, March 2, 2012, at Winchester
MedicalCenter.Inlieuoffowers,memorialcontributionsmay
bemadetotheTuitionAngelatSacredHeartCatholicChurch,
130KeatingDrive,Winchester,VA22601.
Linda L. Arnold
LindaLouiseSearsArnold,63,ofFrederickCounty,Virginia,died
Tursday,March1,2012,inWinchesterMedicalCenter.Memo-
rialContributionsmaybemadetoOpenDoorBaptistChurch,
2587NorthwesternPike,Winchester,Virginia22602.
Nathaniel “Nat” S. Smith
Nathaniel“Nat”SydnorSmith,89,ofFrederickCounty,Virginia,
diedFriday,March2,2012,inalocalnursingfacility.Memorial
contributions may be made to Gainesboro Volunteer Fire and
Rescue,221GainesboroRoad,Winchester,Virginia,22603.
Milford “Mif” Lewis Marsh
Milford“Mif”LewisMarsh,devotedhusbandandfather,78,of
StephensCity,VA,diedSaturday,February25,2012.Inlieuof
fowers,memorialcontributionsmaybemadetotheArthritis
Foundation, P.O. Box 96280, Washington, DC 20077-7491 or
www.arthritis.org.
Evelyn P. DeHaven
EvelynPaulineDaileyDeHaven,89,ofFrederickCounty,Virginiadied
Monday, March 5, 2012 in a local nursing facility. Memorial contri-
butions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Center, 333
W.CorkStreet,Suite405,Winchester,Virginia,22601orSPCA,115
FeatherbedLane,Winchester,Virginia,22601.
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2011
FREE ADULT EDUCATION /GED CLASS
Winchester/Frederick County
Walk-ins Welcome on Space Available Basis
Call to Register!
9am @ The Lodge at Lord Fairfax Community College
Must be 18 or older to participate/Northern Shenandoah Valley Adult Education
667-9744 or 800-435-5945
www.needmyged.org
Next Practice Test Date:
April 7, 2012
Class for March is Saturday the 17th!
Register today, seats are limited!!!
Cost of the 8 hr class is $65
00
Call 24/7 • (540)665-8617 • Craig Strickler, Owner/Instructor
• DMV/CourtOrdered •Work
• Volunteer(earnpoints) •NewDrivers
• InsuranceRateReduction
DMV Approved Driver Improvemet Clinic
“Better Driving Through Better Training”
From 8am - 5 pm at the Holiday Inn next to Houlihans
356 Fairfax Pike
Stephens City, VA
540-868-0111
Mondays All Day
Chimichangas at $6.95
Not valid with any other offer
Wednesday All Day
$7.95 Chicken Fajitas
Tuesday All Day
3 Tacos for $3.99
karaoke
thursday night
after 1opm.
special events
begining every
saturday starting
March 3rd
Get a jump on Spring!
Call Prosperity Land-
scaping for your mulch-
ing, pruning, fertilizing
needs. Let us give your
home that nice mani-
cured look. We have
top notch, experienced
landscapers who can
make your home the talk of the neighborhood!
Prosperity is also the place to call for your patio, walkway
and walls! No job is too large or too small.
Call today for any landscaping needs.
Prosperity Landscaping offers free estimates.
P.O. Box 789
Stephens City, VA 22655
540-869-2004
www.prosperitylandscaping.com
Call today! 540-869-2004
STEPHENS CITY
BARBER SHOP
Sherando Towne Center
Suite 107 • Stephens City,
VA 22655
$1.00
OFF
ANY
HAIRCUT!
Good thru 1/1/11
869-4633
$1.00
OFF
ANY
HAIRCUT!
Father of 8 looking for work.
Trying to make ends meet and
help them have a good new
year. I am willing to do anything
to make money. I’m not asking
for a hand out, just a helping
hand. Also, hauling scrap metal
for free. Please just call. Any
help is appreciated.
540-481-3311
Now Booking
Events, Parties, Bars and Clubs
Rock, Punk, Thrash, Metal
EMAIL: [email protected]
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Buy One Get One Half Off
Enjoy a Four Course meal created by our own Chef Terrence “Bucko” Lyon.
Each course will be paired with a different Starr Hill Brewery beer.
Tickets may be purchased at Joe’s Front Royal.
Call 540-636-5637 and ask for a Manager to make your reservation.
Seating in limited.
This event is located at Joe’s Front Royal
Does not include Light Fare, Salads, or Burgers & Sandwiches.
This offer may not be combined with any other offers, discounts, or coupons.
Please present coupon to your
Bring in this coupon to enjoy your savings
March 19
th
25
th
server when ordering.
124 S. Main St. Woodstock * 540.459.5637 * www.joessteak.com
Purchase one adult entree and receive one adult entree of equal or lesser value for half o
124 S. Main St.
Woodstock
540-459-5637
708 S. Royal Ave.
Front Royal
540-636-5637
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To advertise, please contact:
Angie Buterakos: [email protected] or 540-683-9197
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Politics
Virginia’s Presidential primary,
while lacking the drama of the
other nine states participating in
Super Tuesday’s, did hold some
signifcance in the contest to de-
cide who will take on President
Obamainthefall.Onlytwonames
appearedontheRepublicanballot,
MittRomney,theweakenedfront-
runner and Ron Paul, the move-
ment candidate who is running
more to spread his message than
toactuallywinthenomination.In
theendRomneywon,asexpected,
butbyasmallermarginthanmany
werepredicting.Romneycaptured
59.5%ofthevote,toPaul’s40.5%.
Romney’s challenges in Virginia
were amplifed throughout the
South,wherehefelltoRickSanto-
rum in Tennessee and Oklahoma
and Newt Gingrich in Georgia.
Wins in Alaska, Idaho, Vermont,
and his home-state Massachusetts
will help Romney in the all-im-
portant delegate count but do not
provide him with much in terms
of momentum. However, his ex-
tremely narrow one point win in
hotly contested battleground state
Ohio was a victory that Romney
absolutely needed. While the one
point win does not give him the
knockout blow many in his cam-
paign had hoped for, a loss could
have been catastrophic to his
chances.
Te race now moves south, with
MississippiandAlabamavotingon
March 13th. Santorum should do
wellhere,givenhisvictoryinTen-
nessee, while Gingrich is basically
stakinghiscampaignonthesenext
two states. Te extent to which
GingrichdoeswellinthetwoDeep
SouthstateswilllikelyharmSanto-
rum and aid Romney. If Gingrich
can win one or both of them, his
campaign could begin talk of yet
anotherpoliticalcomebackforthe
former House Speaker. If Santo-
rumtakesoneorbothofthestates,
itwillonlyhelpbuildthemomen-
tumbehindhiscandidacyandkeep
the race going into the spring. A
win by Romney in either and par-
ticularly in both would absolutely
wrap up the nomination, whether
Santorum or Gingrich decide to
dropoutornot.
In all the drama of Super Tues-
day, Virginia was something of an
after-thought. Te strict ballot
regulations of the state led to the
state becoming almost irrelevant
on a day it should have been cen-
terstage.Inanominationfghtlike
thisone,Virginiawouldhavebeen
groundzeroforallfourcandidates.
Asouthernstatewithconservative
leanings would have brought San-
torumheremanytimes.Gingrich
wouldhavecomeforthesamerea-
sons, not to mention it being his
state of residence. And Romney
would have invested much more
heavily in a southern state that is
muchmoremoderatethanaGeor-
giaorTennessee.Intheend,Super
Tuesday for Virginia voters may
well have been a lost opportunity
tobekingmakers.
Virginia’s not so super Tuesday presidential primary
Veteran’s Memorial Brick
Sponsorship
TeTownofStephensCityParksandRecreationCommitteeiscom-
mittedtoseeingtheconstructionofaVeteran’sMemorialattheNewtown
Commons.ItisourgoaltoconstructaMemorialthathonorsourVeteran’s
whileatthesametimepromotescivicpride.Aspartofthefundraising
efortsfortheconstructionoftheVeteran’sMemorialontheNewtown
Commonswehavedecidedtocreatea“WalkofHonor”.Weareasking
interestedcitizensorresidentsoftheareatohonortheiractivemilitary
ormemorializethosewhoarenolongerwithusbysponsoringabrick
intheirhonor.Tecostofthebrickwillbeusedtowardstheengraving,
installationandtheconstructionofthememorialitself.
Pleasetakethisopportunitytobepartofhonoringourveterans.Atthis
timethememorialsponsorshipistohonorVeteransthathaveservedin
anyofthefvebranchesofthemilitary.TisincludestheArmy,Navy,Air
Force,MarinesandUSCoastGuard.Ifyouareinterestedinjustspon-
soringabrick,butdonotpersonallyknowanyveteranstohonor,please
leavetheattachedformblankwherethebrickistobeengraved(inthe
boxes).
Your sponsorship is greatly appreciated for this project and your
donationwillmakethisvisionarealityandawaythatwecanallhonor
theveteranswhohavegiventheirlivesoraportionoftimeoutoftheir
livestoprotectthefreedomsthatwevaluetoday.Ifyoushouldhaveany
questionspleasecontactBrianHenshaw,TownPlanner/AssistantTown
ManagerortheTownOfceingeneral.
Stephens City Moose Lodge presents:
DJ Donnie
Upstairs - 9 til close
$6 per person or $10 per couple
Members & properly invited guests only
540-869-4692
357 Fairfax Pike, Stephens City
WipeOut
Sat. March 17th
(Classic Rock)
7 til close, downstairs
Every Tuesday
Spaghetti Dinner
March 31, 2012 4-7pm
Stephen City United Methodist church
Shawquon Ruritan
6.00 per person
3.00 children 10 and under
Purchase tickets SC Barber Shop
Sweet sale, raffle
for 40” LCD/HDTV
All proceed go to our education scholarship
fund for local high school graduates
1452 Reliance Road
Reliance, Virginia 22649
540-692-0363
[email protected]
Everyday Laundry
Wash, Dry & Fold Laundry Service
You make ‘em dirty, we make ‘em purdy!
Pick up and delivery!
Front Royal, Stephens City,
Strasburg and Kernstown areas!
All clothes washed according to
color and recommendations.
PINOCCIOS
CLOCK REPAIR
www.pinocciosclockrepair.net
(540) 636-7369
■ Authorized Service
Center for Howard Miller
& Sligh
■ Licensed and Insured
■ House Calls Available
■ Antique or Modern
■ Serving the valley for
over 36 years
Newtown Antiques & Pawn
375 Fairfax Pike, Stephens City VA (in CB’s deli corner)
(540) 869-2669
OpenMon.-Sat.from10am-5pm(closedWednesday)•Sunday12pm-5pm
Buy, Sell, Loan EVERYDAY! • FREE LAYAWAY!
We Buy GOLD!
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Jewelry,
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Unique Gifts
922 John Marshall Highway • Front Royal, VA
(540)635-1113
www.blackbeararmory.com
Firearms Safety Training Classes 2012
March 17, April 21 and May 5
Saturday’s 8am to 5pm
Guns, ammunition, accessories and supplies for sport shooting
and hunting
Full service gunsmith and custom shop on premises
Our friendly staff welcomes beginners as well as expert
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March 9 – 22, 2012 • Frederick County Report • Page 7 Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
ByJonathanBennett
FrederickCountyReport
I’ve lived in Winchester long
enough to have seen the conspicu-
ousoversizedapplesthatpopuplike
obeliskWaldosaroundtown,dotting
streetcornersandpatchesofgrassor
pavement, seemingly at random. In
allhonesty,itdidn’toccurtomethat
allthesepiecesoffruit,similarinsize
butwildlyuniqueintheirpaintjobs,
wouldbeapartofsomelargerdesign
or theme. I mean, certainly I knew
thatapplesareasmuchapartofthe
doublehelixoftheShenandoahVal-
ley as, say, Civil War memorabilia
and McMansions. Turns out that
all these fberglass (what I’ve come
to fnd out) pieces of fruit are part
of a joint efort between the Cham-
ber of Commerce and the Tourism
Board, an efort undertaken in 2005
to showcase local artistic talent in a
decidedly unique medium; namely,
heavyfberglassapples.
Renee Bayliss of the Frederick
County Visitors Center says it just
seemed like a project that needed
newlifebreathedintoit.“Alocalresi-
dentnamedLindaWymancameinto
myofceonedaynotlongago,”says
Renee, “and she had taken pictures
of all the remaining apples in Win-
chester.” So Renee compiled a one-
page,brochure-type‘rackcard’ofthe
applesandtheaddresseswherethey
are displayed for anyone wishing to
track them all down, a sort of fruity
scavenger hunt around Winchester.
“We were really pleased that a resi-
dent was generous enough to share
herprojectwithussowecouldmake
it available to the community and
visitorsalike,”saysRenee.
From the Visitor’s Bureau, I was
steered over to Impressions Plus
PrintingandCopyingonFeatherbed
Lane,whereMr.ToddTompsonwas
kind enough to take time from his
busydaytoschoolmeastohowthe
projectcameaboutinthefrstplace.
Todd was a member of the Freder-
ick County Chamber of Commerce
when the idea frst materialized.
“AlongwiththeTourismBoard,weat
theChamberwerealwayslookingfor
newwaystopromotetourisminthe
area,” says Todd. “We heard about
a marketing company in New York
that promoted structures unique to
a given area. Tis being Winchester
andtheShenandoahValley,itseemed
ftting that the apple be the object
we would use.” Indeed, American
Art Parades, who contracted with a
manufacturerinCalifornia,hadcar-
riedoutsimilarventuresinanumber
of cities; Carefree, AZ has a trail of
painted ponies; Athens, GA show-
casesalitterofpaintedbulldogs;and
Cleveland, OH (home of the Rock n
RollHallofFame)hasfberglassgui-
tars sprinkled around town. “But,”
Todd notes, “Winchester was the
frsttowntouseafruit.”
And this being Winchester, it
madesensethattheapplesbecarted
around town during the annual Ap-
ple Blossom Festival parade. “Tat
was a bit of a challenge,” says Todd
with a laugh. “Here we had some-
thing like twenty of these apples we
wantedtoincludeintheparade,and
we had to fgure out how to haul
them individually but together to
maintain some kind of continuity to
the proceedings.” Todd stepped up
and did some networking with local
auto and trailer dealers, who gener-
ously lent the use of their trailers to
aid in bringing the idea to fruition.
“It was something that beneftted
the Festival and the community as a
whole, so those guys really saved us
onthat.”Inordertogettheapplesin
the frst place, Todd and the rest of
the Chamber of Commerce worked
with the Tourism Board to promote
theideatolocalmerchants,whoput
up the money to purchase an apple.
Upon delivery, each merchant could
decide who would paint their apple
and what would go on it. “One in
particular that we were really proud
Art & community
To advertise, please contact:
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HU, A Love Song to God
A free presentation to the community
Singing HU can:
Help you experience divine love
Offer solace during times of grief
Bring peace and calm
Wednesday, March 14 & Wednesday, April 116:30 – 7:30 pm
Throx Market Stn./Shell, Conference Rm.
1061 Millwood Pike, Winchester, VA
Free CD for those interested
Virginia Satsang Society, a Chartered Affiliate of Eckankar
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Professional
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Free Estimates!
Call Tracey @
540-323-1960
How do ya like them apples?
This sign says it all. Every place is known for something.
We have apples.
Castiglia’s Italian Eatery
2100 S. Pleasant Valley Rd
Winchester VA 22601
540-722-6084
Catering for all occasions
Save
$5.00
on any carry out order
of $20.00 or more
Exp 3/22/2012
BENEFIT INDOOR
YARD AND BAKE SALE
For Patti Butler
Saturday March 10th
8am to 2pm
My Church
105 Stoney Point Way
Strasburg, VA
Help pay medical bills for Patti who
suffered spine and head trauma after a fall
See APPLES, pg. 10
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Loving Arms Assisted Living
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Free Seniors On the Go Classes at Loving Arms:
  We have had a 6 week Art Class program
throughout the summer which has been a great
success!! Te last session began Aug. 9th and
the response had been heart warming and great
fun, says Annette Tait (Art Director). I have
enjoyed meeting more residents of Front Royal
as I am a transplant from Northern Virginia.
We began classes July 5th 2011 in the Great
Room at Loving Arms with 4 students. Since then
the classes have grown, 10-12 individuals. We had a
variety of levels including one participant who has
had her work in Juried Art Show!!  
Our main focus is on graphite (pencil sketches),
watercolor, watercolor pencils, pen and ink and
mixed media.
   Tis new venture at Loving Arms has been a
huge success with the original 4 students bringing
a friend and spreading the word. We are having a
great time with lots of good conversation, laughs,
along with producing some impressive art work.
Chef Patrick even brought in some goodies for
munching mmmm....
Dear Ryan,
  Tank you and everyone at Loving
Arms. My dad loves being there. I
appreciate the care and guidance
provided. Tere is no place better, on
earth for my dad.
  Sincerely, Tim Toepke
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Middletown
BySueGolden
FrederickCountyReport
Te next public meeting of the
Middletown Town Council will
take place on Monday evening,
March 12th, at 7 pm. If you are
from Middletown, or care about
Middletown, you will want to be
there.Ifthelastcommitteemeet-
ing is any indication, it should be
interesting,tosaytheleast.
Among the issues to be dis-
cussed are the treasurer’s report,
bills, and the police department
report.Althoughthissoundsdull,
itusuallyisnot.Lastweek’smeet-
ingincludeddiscussionsofbuying
the old school in Middletown as
an investment for the town and a
debate about how far below bud-
getthetownactuallyis;itseemsto
be between $60,000 and $70,000.
A written procurement policy is
in the works which, according to
town manager Joan Roche, is ex-
empt from Virginia law because
the town has fewer than 3,500
people.
Teplanningcommissionmeet-
ing on the 19th of March should
be interesting. As readers prob-
ably know, the planning com-
mission continues to work on an
updated comprehensive plan for
Middletown. Mayor Mark Brown
recently accused the planning
commission of not having an up-
datedcomprehensiveplanandin-
stalled a new committee to write
one. Te mayor’s comprehensive
plan is scheduled for a public
hearingonthe20thofMarch.Te
latterplanisavailableonthetown
websiteorattownhall.
Teacrimonybetweentheplan-
ning commission and certain
members of council continues.
Council asked the commission to
review a proposed crosswalk at
2ndStreetandMainStreet.Plan-
ning commission member Anita
Holley researched the issue and
reachedouttotheChiefofPolice,
the head of the fre department
andtheWaysideTeatre.Tede-
sign sent to the commission was
notreviewedfavorablybyanyone.
At the last planning commission
meeting,Ms.Holleyaskedthenew
council liaison, John Blaisdell, to
present the packet she prepared,
includingsuggestionsforthepro-
posedcrosswalkthatwouldwork,
to council. It appears Councilor
Blaisdellgaveittozoningadmin-
istrator Fred Wharton instead.
My question is, who approved of
the design in the frst place, and
what did it cost, especially since
themainconstituenciesdidn’tap-
prove?
Staytuned.
Middletown Town Council continues Monday night
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March 11
8:00am - 4:45pm
ofwastheapplepaintedbyDaniel
MorganMiddleSchool.It’soutat
Hedgebrook Farm now. Teir art
teacheratthetimerecruitedsome
of her students to do the paint-
ing. It’s that kind of interaction
between the Chamber, Tourism
Board, community and the youth
thatwewerereallyhappytosee.”
After Apple Blossom had come
and gone, the apples were then
auctionedoflaterintheyear;ei-
ther a merchant could buy their
apple back (at a lower cost than
theyoriginallypaid),ortheapples
wouldgotothehighestbidder.Of
thetwentyapplesoriginallycom-
missioned, about ffteen remain
in Winchester today. Tere’s one
on the roof of the Virginia Farm
Market on Route 522 right out-
side of town; I’m guessing that
getting it up there was no easy
feat.OnMartinsburgPikecoming
into town, there’s the ‘Welcome
Pineapple’, so dubbed because it’s
painted like…a pineapple. Te
StarsandStripesapple,doneupin
anAmericanfagmotif,isperched
in front of Clear Choice Printing
on North Loudon Street. Te ap-
pleinfrontoftheMuseumofthe
Shenandoah Valley was overseen
by Michael Graves, the architect
who designed the Museum itself.
Te apple that welcomes guests
toHedgebrookFarmhasadesign
beftting a working farm; owner
Kitty Hockman is proud to have
herpieceofApplesonParade.“It’s
painted with apple trees, a truck,
somecowsandturkeys,”shesays.
Kitty was also on the Chamber
with Todd and says the apples
brought a substantial amount of
moneywhentheywereauctioned
of. “Te auction was held at the
Wingate Hotel, and something
like forty thousand dollars was
raisedforlocalcharities.”
FormoreinformationonApples
on Parade, go to www.visitwin-
chesterva.com or call 540-542-
1326.
APPLES, from pg. 7
Seldom-heard Saint Patrick’s Day facts
TerearemanythingsthepublicknowsaboutSaintPatrick’sDay,but
there’s much they may not know about the holiday or Irish-American
heritageforthatmatter.Herearesomefactsandtriviathatmightsur-
priseeventhemostdevotedofPatty’sDayrevelers.
* Despite St. Patrick being alive centuries earlier, St. Patrick’s Day cel-
ebrationsdidn’tbeginuntil1737.
*MorepeopleofIrishheritageliveintheUnitedStatesthancurrently
liveinallofIreland.Irish-Americanslivingstatesidepredominantlyre-
sideintheNorthAtlanticstates.
*SaintPatrickangeredtheCelticDruidsmanytimesbyconvertingpa-
ganstoChristianity.TeDruidsputhiminjailonnumerousoccasions.
* Green is not the ofcial color afliated with Saint Patrick. It is really
blue.However,greenbecameafamiliarhueduringthenineteenthcen-
turymoreforbeingassociatedwiththemagicofIrishlegendsthanSaint
Patrickhimself.
*Tethree-leafshamrockhasmorehistoricalsignifcancewithregards
to Saint Patrick’s day than a four-leaf clover. Tat’s because the three
leaves were believed to be used by St. Patrick to explain the Christian
doctrineoftheHolyTrinity,whereGodexistsasthreepersons.
*For67years,SaintPatrick’sDaywasa“dry”holidayinIreland.James
O’Mara, a member of Irish parliament, introduced a bill in 1903 that
made Saint Patrick’s Day a religious holiday in the country. Terefore,
localpubswereobligatedtoclose.Telawwasoverturnedin1970.
* According to their Web site, Hallmark has been selling green Saint
Patrick’sDaycardssincetheearly1920s,nowsellingasmanyas15mil-
lionannually.
*Contrarytopopularbelief,Irelanddoesnottopthelistwithrespectto
showingIrishpride.NewYorkCityboaststhelargestparadehonoring
theholidayandIrishheritage.
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Event listings
To advertise, please contact:
Angie Buterakos: [email protected] or 540-683-9197
Alison Duvall: [email protected] or 540-551-2072
Saturday March 10
4m - 8pmJamesWoodHighSchoolFC‑
CLASpaghettiDinneratClearBrookFire
Hall to Beneft Breast Cancer Research.
TheJamesWoodHighSchoolFCCLAand
the Clear Brook Fire Hall will be hosting
a Spaghetti Dinner and SilentAuction on
this date with a silent auction to raise
moneyforbreastcancerresearch.
4pm - 7pm Spaghetti Dinner Relay For
Life ‑ Louise’s Angels. Congregational
ChristianFellowshipChurch,2908Middle
RoadWinchester,VA.Adults$10.00Chil‑
dren$5.00
Monday March 12
7pmMiddletownTowncouncilmeeting
Tuesday, March 13
3pm - 8pm“LockofLove”EventatJames
Wood High School Cafeteria. The James
WoodHighSchoolFCCLAissponsoringa
“LocksofLove”eventonthisdate.Stu‑
dentsandmembersofthecommunitywill
gettheirhaircutduringtheeventsoitcan
bedonatedtoLocksofLove.
7:30am Dr.ByronBrill,PastDistrictGov‑
ernor of Rotary District 7570, and Past
PresidentoftheRotaryClubofWinchester,
will present a program about the Rotary
Caribbean Project. The Rotary Club of
Frederick County will meet at Shenan‑
doah University in the Clement Board
Room‑AllenDiningHall.Clubmembers,
invited guests and visiting Rotarians are
welcome. For more information contact
StephenM.Gyurisinat540‑336‑7357or
[email protected]
com
Wednesday, March 14
7pm A Cappella Choir & Brass En‑
semble at Grace Lutheran Church, 26
W. Boscawen Street.The touringA Cap‑
pella Choir, Chamber Chorus, and Brass
Ensemble of Lenoir‑Rhyne University,
Hickory,NC,willperformunderthedirec‑
tionofDr.PaulWeber.Opentothepublic
(donationssuggested).
Friday March 16
District Conference for Rotary District
7570 – March 16 – 18. The 97th Dis‑
trict 7570 Conference will be held at
The Homestead, Hot Springs,Virginia for
membersandinvitedguests.
Sunday March 18
6pmStephensCityMennoniteChurchwill
hostahymnsingonSundayevening.
Tuesday March 20
7:30am The Rotary Club of Frederick
County will meet at Shenandoah Univer‑
sity in the Clement Board Room ‑ Allen
Dining Hall. Holly Stoneburner, Director,
will present a program recognizing the
NorthernShenandoahValleyAdultEduca‑
tionprogram.Invitedguests,clubmem‑
bersandvisitingRotariansarewelcome.
Formoreinformationaboutthisprogram
ortheRotaryClubcontactStephenM.Gy‑
urisin at 540‑336‑7357 or [email protected]
advanceplanningassociates.com
Thursday March 22
4:30pm - 5:30pm Middletown Children
First Lions Club“Little Lions” meeting at
Middletown Elementary School. All 3‑5
year olds and parents are invited. More
infocallJeanTurner868‑8516
5pm Natural Resources Advisory Board
to Hold Shawnee Springs Park Site Visit
theCityofWinchester’sNaturalResourc‑
es Advisory Board will hold a Shawnee
Springs Park site visit. The site visit will
begin in the parking lot area nearest the
ParkatthegymwheretheTrailbeginsoff
of OpequonAvenue. This site visit be in
lieu of their regular monthly meeting for
March.Opentothepublic.
Saturday March 24
8am - 1pm Spring Cleaning Community
Shred . Dominion Document Shredding
willofferfreeon‑sitedocumentdestruc‑
tiontoresidentsviaitsmobileshredding
unit.Dominion’struckwillbestationedat
the intersection of Martinsburg Pike and
Stine Lane, just outside the city limits.
Residents may bring up to fve boxes of
anysizefordestructionatnocost.Addi‑
tionalboxeswillbeshreddedfor10cents
per pound. The business rate will be a
fat fee of 10 cents per pound. Only pa‑
perdocumentswillbedestroyed.Thereis
noneedtoremovestaples,paperclipsor
rubber bands. Forms of payment include
cash, check,VISA and MasterCard. More
information may be obtained by calling
665‑5643 or 662‑0265 or visiting the
webatwww.fcrecycles.net.
9am - 12pm Two Annual Community
Tree Planting Events Planned 6thAnnual
Community Tree Planting. Give back to
the community and learn about the role
that trees play in our environment. Vol‑
unteers and community partners will
worksidebysidetohelpre‑establishand
enhancethenaturalizedno‑mowzoneat
FriendshipParkbyplanting650treesand
shrubs.Refreshmentsprovided.Whatto
bring:shovel,gloves,workclothes/boots.
Partners: John Handley High School In‑
teract Club, Opequon Watershed, Inc.,
WinchesterRotary,WinchesterParksand
Recreation,WinchesterPublicWorks,Vir‑
giniaSeniorLawyersConference,Virginia
DepartmentofForestry,VirginiaCoopera‑
tiveExtension.Fundingandtreesprovid‑
edby:RotaryInteractYouthFund,Virginia
Department of Forestry, Virginia Senior
Lawyers Conference, Virginia Coopera‑
tiveExtension.Foradditionalinformation
contactJimLawrenceat540‑667‑0761
Tuesday March 27
7:30am The Rotary Club of Frederick
County will at Shenandoah University in
the Clement Board Room ‑ Allen Dining
Hall. Club members, invited guests and
visiting Rotarians are welcome. A pro‑
gramfromtheLiteracyVolunteerswillbe
featuredaspartoftheRotaryInternation‑
alLiteracyMonththemebeingrecognized
by all Rotary Clubs worldwide. For more
information contact Stephen M. Gyurisin
at 540‑336‑7357 or [email protected]
ceplanningassociates.com
10am - 12pm Eggcessible (Ages 2‑14)
Thearea’sonlyEasterEggHuntforchil‑
dren with special needs.Tuesday, March
27 (Register by: March 23) Jim Barnett
Park Each year, Winchester Parks &
Recreation proudly offers two FREE Eas‑
ter Egg Hunt programs CallWinchester
Parks and Recreation at (540) 662‑4946
formoredetails.
Saturday March 31
9amEasterEggHunt(Ages8andunder)
Bring an empty basket and search for
eggs in Jim Barnett Park. Children will
beseparatedintothreeagegroups(under
3,3‑5and6‑8).ChristiansonFamilyland.
Call Winchester Parks and Recreation at
(540)662‑4946formoredetails.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
VolunteersNeededforTherapeuticRiding
The Blue Ridge Center for Therapeutic
Horsemanship (BRCTH) is seeking inter‑
ested persons to assist with the 8‑week
SpringRidingSessiontobegintheweek
of April 16th at Horse Patch Farm in
Boyce,VA.Lessonsarescheduledweek‑
day afternoons and Saturdays. We are
inviting enthusiastic and caring individu‑
als to join our team. Lesson volunteers
mustbeatleast14yearsofage.Equine
experienceisrequiredforthepositionof
leader, and is preferred, but not required
fortheside‑walkerposition.Twotraining
sessionsarerequiredofalllessonvolun‑
teers:theoff‑sitetrainingisscheduledfor
Wednesday,March28that6:00pmatthe
MeadeMemorialEpiscopalChurchSocial
HallinWhitePost.Informationalmateri‑
als will be distributed and refreshments
willbeserved.TraineesmustattendONE
oftheon‑sitetrainingswhicharesched‑
uled at 5:00 pm on Monday,April 9 and
Wednesday,April11andat10:00onSat,
April14atthefarm.Theon‑sitetraining
will be very hands‑on and cannot be at‑
tendedwithoutfrstattendingtheoff‑site
training.PleasecontactTaraWhitmanat
703‑598‑6715 or e‑mail at volunteer‑
[email protected] to register or for more
information.
Spay Today, the local reduced‑cost spay
andneuterprogramoffersNEWlocations
in Culpeper, VA; Moorefeld and Peters‑
burg,WV;andCumberland,MD!Formore
info and MORE participating vets: www.
baacs.orgor304‑728‑8330.
The City ofWinchester will be repairing
a small section of Pleasant Valley Road
beginning on Monday, March 12.The far
right, southbound lane of PleasantValley
just south of Cork Street will be closed
while this work is occurring.Work is ex‑
pectedtobecompletedbyFriday,March
16, unless unexpected diffculties arise.
The work may cause some minor traffc
delays on Pleasant Valley. We apologize
for any inconvenience and thank you for
yourpatienceandcooperation.
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$349,500
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Oriental &
Area Rug
Cleaning,Free
Pick Up
& Delivery.
Complete Carpet Care, Inc.
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Call 540-636-8718
www.carpetcareva.com
Guaranteed Clean Carpet
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ANY 3
ADJOINING
ROOMS
$65
95
(UP TO 300 SQ. FT.)
(NO UPCHARGES FOR SPOTS)
Stairs & White
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WHOLE
HOUSE
$119
95
(UP TO 590 SQ. FT. MAXIMUM)
(NO UPCHARGES FOR SPOTS)
Stairs & White
Carpet Extra.
Emergency
Flood Work
Call
540-671-6099
Mention
this ad for a
FREE bottle
of spotter!
LICENSED • INSURED • BONDABLE • FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED
Specials not valid in all areas
• FREE Estimates
• Same Day Service Available
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Free Estimates!
(540) 636-6032
Family Owned
& Operated
Since 1995
“Quality Work,
at a price you
can afford!”
• Custom Colors
• Staining
• Wallpaper
Removal
• Drywall
Installation and
Repair
• Pressure
Washing
Licensed/Insured • References • Interior/Exterior
Commercial • Industrial • Residential
A sole is a terrible thing to waste . . .
Through Save-a-Sole, area residents, scouts, church groups and school children
have recycled over 72,000 pounds of shoes, sneakers, boots, hats, belts,
backpacks, totes and handbags!
Shoes make their way by sea to the coastal Republic of Cameroon, Africa,
where they are cleaned and refurbished, creating jobs and affordable footwear for
men, women and children who cannot pay for new shoes. (Most of Cameroon’s
supplies come from Europe, making basic necessities even more expensive.)
Some shoes and bags will make their way into the country’s charitable network.
Even with the many U.S. charities which collect footwear, millions of pairs of
reusable shoes still end up in landflls each year. The award-winning Save-a-Sole
program collects shoes, boots, sandals, clogs, etc. in ANY
condition. Just make sure there are two of each!
Cleaning out a closet? Remember Save-a-Sole. It’s a great time to drop off old
shoes, bags and luggage at any county citizens’ site (except
Gainesboro Road); the regional landfll; Frederick County Animal Shelter, Frederick
County Treasurer’s Offce or Total Image & Workingman’s Store on Amherst Street.
Start a group collection. It’s easy. We’ll even pick them up if you like!
Shoes can last for 1,000 years once they’re buried in a landfll!
Save-a-Sole. Because a sole is a terrible thing to waste!
540-665-5643 www.fcrecycles.net
“Serving The Valley with High-tech
Dentistry and Old-fashioned Service”
www.thomasfamilydentistry.com
540-465-3980
33820 Old Valley Pike (Rt. 11) • Strasburg, VA 22657
All Phases of Dentistry Including:
• Cleanings And Exams • Invisalign
• Orthodontics • Extractions
• Partials And Dentures • Implants
Patient Friendly Payment
Plans Available
Thomas Family Dentistry, PC
Dr. Stephen J. Thomas DDS
Dr. Kenneth J. Thomas DDS
NEW
LOCATION!
Less than 1 mile
from I-81
General Dentistry & Orthodontics
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME!
HOURS:
Mon. Wed. Thurs. 7am - 5pm
Tues. 7 - 7 • Fri. 7 - 1
See Our Website for
Monthly Promotions
540-868-0025
Visit us at our new location in Kernstown! 3343 Valley Ave. (Beside the Gas Mart)
Hours: Mon & Thurs 12pm to 6pm • Tues & Weds 2pm to 6pm
Fri 10am to 8pm • Sat 10am to 6pm
20% OFF
retail list on
“all in stock”
Lionel -
engines, cars,
accessories
214 East Jackson Street • Front Royal, VA
540-622-6900
Offering: •StudentClassroom
•Behind-the-Wheel
•Re-Examinations
Expires 4/30/12
$25 OFF
Behind the Wheel Driving Lessons
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Tunnel
Wash
Mon-Sat
8am-7pm
Sun
9am-7pm
Detailing &
Touch-Up
Mon-Sat
9am-6pm
Sun
10am-6pm
HOURS:
*Weather Permitting
Exterior Wash
Exterior
Wash Plus
“Ask about
detailing while
you wait”
UNLIMITED
WASH CLUBS
EXPRESS DETAILING* A LA CARTE*
Prices Starting at:
Orbital Wax
Interior Detail
Combo (both above)
Spray Wax
$79
$69
$25
$5/ea
$6
$79
$149
$39
Carpet Shampoo
Leather Condition
Floor Mats Cleaned
Tire Shine (hand applied)
EXPRESS DETAILING INCLUDES ULTIMATE WASH!
* We reserve the right to adjust pricing based
on the condition & size of the vehicle.
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Ultimate Wash Club $29
• SUPREME WASH PLUS • “Double” Wheel & Tire
Cleaner • Big Buster Cleaner • “Double” High Pressure Blasters
• High Velocity Blow Dryer • Wheel & Tire “Scrubber”
COMBO! +
TIRE SHINE
TIRE SHINE
• Wipe Dry • Windows Cleaned • Dust Dash
Ultimate Touch Up
Service $24
Includes the ULTIMATE WASH PLUS:
• Vacuum Passenger Areas • Vans & SUVs Extra
EXTERIOR WASH PLUS:
110HP
$5
$3 $3
540-636-WASH
(9274)
A LA CARTE
MONTHLY UNLIMITED
WASH CLUB
$
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DETAIL!
Offer expires 3/31/12
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ORBITAL WAX
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Offer expires 3/31/12
• GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE! •
• FLEET ACCOUNTS •
(Next to Lowe’s)
Walmart
Shopping Center
Front Royal, VA
TOKEN FOR:
Free Self-Serve Vacuum, Mat
Beater or Discount on Next Wash!
Best Value!
Member: Chamber of Commerce
* Mulching
* Light Bush Hogging
* Spring & Fall Clean-Ups
* Annual Contracts Available
* Mowing
* Over Seeding
* Leaf Removal
* Bobcat Service
* Walkways
* Patios
[email protected]
LICENSED & INSURED
Commercial & Residential
LAWNCARE SERVICES
FRONT ROYAL,VA
540-636-9002
Spring is just around the corner... Call EARLY to schedule your appointment!

132 Hillidge St, P.O. Box 452, Front Royal, VA 22630
From the driveway to the roof and everything in between.
“Whatever you need, Whenever you need it!”
 Electrical Services
 Heating/ Heat Pumps/Burner Service
 HVAC
 Plumbing
 Roofing
 Drywall
 Carpentry
 Excavating and Hauling
 Painting
 Energy Conservation Specialist
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Ask about our Senior Citizen discounts!
Receive $25 OFF your first service call when you mention this ad.
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We want to do our part to help the local
economy. If you live in the town of Front
Royal please inquire about job opportunities!
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(540) 636-1463
Dirt First
Call us for ALL your excavation needs
540-622-3699
Including Driveway, Road Repair, Subdivision Maintenance,
Motocross tracks, Clearing, Gravel, etc.
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AUCTIONS
REAL ESTATE
AUTOS
FRIDAY MARCH 9
DR SEUSS THE LORAX 2D
11:00a3:20p6:00p8:40p
A THOUSAND WORDS
11:40a4:40p7:20p10:00p
JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND 2D
11:50a
JOHN CARTER 2D
Noon4:10p10:40p
ACT OF VALOR
12:10p3:50p6:20p9:20p
DR. SEUSS THE LORAX 3D
12:20p6:10p8:50p
TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY
12:30p
SILENT HOUSE
1:00p3:40p6:50p9:25p11:00p
THE VOW
1:20p2:30p11:35p
PROJECT X
2:10p5:20p8:00p11:55p
SAFE HOUSE
3:00p7:30p10:30p
JOHN CARTER 3D
3:10p6:35p9:55p
BATTLE ROYALE
11:30p
SATURDAY MARCH 10
DR SEUSS THE LORAX 2D
10:00a11:00a3:20p6:00p8:40p
JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND 2D
10:30a12:40p
A THOUSAND WORDS
11:20a4:40p6:50p9:30p
THE VOW
11:30a1:30p11:20p
ACT OF VALOR
11:55a2:20p6:20p9:20p
JOHN CARTER 2D
Noon4:20p9:55p
DR. SEUSS’ THE LORAX 3D
12:35p6:10p8:50p
SILENT HOUSE
1:05p3:40p7:40p10:10p11:00p
PROJECT X
2:00p5:20p8:00p11:55p
SAFE HOUSE
2:55p7:30p10:35p
JOHN CARTER 3D
3:10p6:35p10:30p
TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY
3:30p
ALAMO Winchester181 Kernstown Commons Blvd.
General Info: (540) 313-4060 Showtime Info: (540) 313-4060
www.drafthouse.com/winchester
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE
$1000 GROCERY COUPONS! UNITED
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Non-Runners Accepted, 888-444-8251
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Autographed Baseball
Q:
I have an All-Star baseball
signed by Joe Torre and oth-
ers. I am enclosing a picture and
hope you can provide me with addi-
tional information. — Linda, Richi-
bucto, Canada
A:
I examined the picture, and I
believe the signatures on your
baseball are stamped and not genuine.
Several of the signatures go into the
sewn part of the ball, and they appear
too uniform. I recommend you show
the ball to several dealers in your
region for their professional opinion.
***
Q:
During my husband’s tour
of duty in Europe during
World War II, he purchased some
small wood carvings, two of which
are marked. Would they be of inter-
est to a collector? — Lila, Billings,
Mont.
A:
I was unable to find the marks
you sent me in any of my refer-
ences. This doesn’t mean they have no
value. To determine exactly what they
might be worth, the time has come
to consult a professional appraiser,
and you should expect to pay for this
service. Donald Hull of the Hull and
Allen Auction Group is a local certi-
fied appraiser and might be able to
help you. His contact information is
P.O. Box 31122, Billings, MT 31122,
and www.hullandallen.com.
***
Q:
I have a 1953 Prairie Farmer
WLS Family Album in excel-
lent condition. What is its value?
— Herb, Lombard, Ill.
A:
WLS Radio signed on the air
in Chicago in 1924. It broad-
cast with 50,000 watts and was a
clear channel. Because of this mas-
sive footprint, the broadcasts could
be heard throughout the East and
Midwest. One of the station’s most
popular programs was the “WLS
Barn Dance,” which originated at
the 8th Street Theater in Chicago. As
WLS approached its 30th anniversa-
ry in 1954, the station published the
souvenir booklet you own. It is worth
about $25.
***
Q:
I have old Archie comic
books from the 1970s, most
with cover prices of 15 cents. They
are all in fair to good condition.
— Joyce, Clewiston, Fla.
A:
Robert Overstreet, author
of “The Official Overstreet
Comic Book Price Guide” published
by House of Collectibles, lists most
Archie comics from the 1970s in the
$1 to $5 range. Condition is extreme-
ly important in determining the value
of comics.
Write to Larry Cox in care of King
Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box
536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or
send e-mail to [email protected]
com. Due to the large volume of mail
he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to per-
sonally answer all reader questions.
Do not send any materials requiring
return mail.
© 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.
Sick Cat Can’t Stop
Pooping
DEAR PAW’S CORNER: My
8-year-old longhaired cat, “Bust-
er,” has gas and diarrhea. He was
given Flagyl for two months with
no improvement. Then he took
three months of probiotics, and no
improvement. Now he gets 5 mg of
prednisone and 5 drops of Rescue
Remedy daily. His butt has been
shaved to help keep him clean, and
I wash it once a day. Buster eats
special cat food, but that doesn’t
help his digestion either. We have
quarter-sized circles of poop all
over the house, and I am breaking
my back cleaning the carpet and
floor. My husband says to eutha-
nize him. What more can I do?
—Pat R., via email
DEAR PAT: Such long-term diar-
rhea is certainly cause for concern,
and I know it can be intensely frus-
trating to care for and clean up after
a sick cat. Please convince your hus-
band to shelve the euthanasia sugges-
tion, however.
Buster sounds like he has inflam-
matory bowel disease (IBD)— a term
that describes a collection of symp-
toms, such as frequent (or constant)
diarrhea, but not a specific cause.
Flagyl is a common treatment for
IBD, as is prednisone. Rescue Rem-
edy is a natural remedy to calm pets.
Buster’s vet should run a number of
tests, if he or she hasn’t already, to rule
out bacterial infection, parasites or a
metabolic condition. If a conclusive
cause isn’t found, you must try and
find ways to mitigate his symptoms.
The change in diet also is recom-
mended in case a food allergy is the
problem. You’re feeding Buster a
specialty cat food, but if it isn’t work-
ing, try other brands or even try mak-
ing home-cooked cat food.
Additional information can be
found online.
Send your questions or tips to [email protected]
pawscorner.com, 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
www.pawscorner.com.
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Owners retiring. Busy fabric store, ex-
cellent location, average income $3500
per week. Good lease. Price $350k
(negotiable). No owner financing.
Serious only. [email protected]
540-255-8836.
EDUCATION
ALLIED HEALTH career training – Attend
college 100% online. Job placement as-
sistance. Computer available. Financial
Aid if qualifed. SCHEV certifed. Call
800-481-9409 www.CenturaOnline.com
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home.
Medical • Business • Paralegal • Criminal
Justice. Job placement assistance. Com-
puter available. Financial Aid if qualifed.
SCHEV certifed. Call 888-354-9917 www.
CenturaOnline.com
MISC.
AIRLINES ARE HIRING – Train for high
paying Aviation Career. FAA approved. Fi-
nancial aid if qualifed – Job placement as-
sistance. SCHEV certifed. CALL Aviation
Institute of Maintenance 888-245-9553
HOME FIRE DAMAGE? Our 30 years in-
surance/building experience can get you
back home FAST! FREE REVIEW. Even
Earn Referral $$. Call 1-800-211-5660 or
email [email protected]
HELP WANTED
23 ACRES of tall hardwood forest on
Bank Mtn. in Amherst Co. Magnifcent
view, total privacy, bold stream, lots of
critters. $129,900. I’ll fnance. 434-
444-5088.
Wood/ Metal Working Shop Liquidation
Sale…Lathes, Mills, Planers, Joiners,
Saws…Loads of Misc. Friday October
28th.12-5 PM… 3809 Seminary Ave-
nue, Richmond 23227 For Details www.
dempseyandco.com 804-355-1619
Herbalife Independant Distributor. Se
vende producto de Herbalife. Free
wellness evaluation & product sample.
Zumba 3 days/week. Call: Elena 540-
327-3359 - Nicole 540-247-4818
www.shopherbalife.com/nicolefondrk
www.sutiendaherbalife.com/nicolefondrk
Earn $500-$2500 per month, training
provided and paid vacations. Call
Nicole : 540-247-4818
Juan : 540-550-8268
www.earnincomenow.com/nicolefondrk
www.puraganancia.com/nicolefondrk
Medical Offce Trainees Needed! Train to
become a Medical Offce Professional.
No Experience Needed! Career Technical
Institute gets you trained & job ready! HS
Diploma or GED & Computer needed. 1-
888-424-9419
Pet of the Week
The SPCA is open Monday thru Friday 10-5 Saturday 10-4
Sunday 12-5. 115 Featherbed Lane, Winchester • 662-8616.
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
Constantine
Constantine is a very lovable young
male. He will mozey up to you like he
has all the time in the world just to get
a good ear scratch. He loves to be in
the middle of what is happening in his
cage. He would love to be in the know
in a forever home also. ID 57786
Apollo
Apollo is a beautiful mix, inside and
out. On the younger side, he is vibrant
and strong. Apollo would benefit from
formal training, but he is an extremely
fast learner. He has a friendly nature
and is not afraid to communicate his
wishes! Apollo is looking for his forever
home!
48.184± Acres 2 Tracts with Pond Adjoins
Amelia Golf Club Amelia Court House,
VA ABSOLUTE AUCTION: Wed, Mar 14,
12pm Preview Online! www.countsauc-
tion.com 800-780-2991 VAAF93
Petfinder.com
MULTI-FAMILY land zoned for 75 apts.
All utilities, 200 yards to major artery,
3 miles to nationally-ranked hospital,
I-81 & I-64. $795,000. 540-294-2007.
MAGNIFICENT ANTEBELLUM MAN-
SION on 292 unspoiled acres. South-
ern Albemarle Co. Historic landmark,
impeccably restored. Great spot for
vineyard. $4,595,000. Natt Hall,
Valley Real Estate Brokers, 434-242-
9893
Now hiring for a Daycare position.
Must be 18 or older, pass a background
check and have experience in the day-
care feld Please call 540-635-6668
DIVORCE with or without children $125.
Includes name change and property set-
tlement agreement. FREE information.
SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy.
Call 1-888-789-0198 24/7
138± Acres with Streams & Pond. Halifax
County Recreational Tract! Thornton’s
Road, Brookneal, VA ABSOLUTE AUC-
TION: Sat, March 17, 10am Preview Online!
www.countsauction.com 800-780-2991
VAAF93
VIRGINIA HORSE PROPERTY. Up-
dated Log cabin, 3 stall barn with bath,
large equipment building. $148,900.
Call Cindi @ Agnes Dowdy & As-
sociates 434-851-8522 www.Agnes-
DowdyRE.com
FOR SALE Horse Farm 71 acres
in Millboro, Virginia 7,000 sf cus-
tom home With all amenities (Six
stalls, etc) Was $1,500,000.00 Now
$999,000.00 Walker Commercial
Services, Inc.(540) 344-6160 www.
walker-inc.com
WANTED - Male singers for the Apple
Capitol Chorus. Must enjoy singing bar-
bershop harmony. Meet Mon. evenings
6:30 - 9:30 @ First United Method-
ist Church 309 N. Braddock St. Winc.
Please call Casey or Bill 540-247-2946
Wayside Inn Farmers’ Market now ac-
cepting applications from vendors.
Market is on Saturdays, 9 am to 12 pm,
May to October.
Contact Sue at (540) 868-2389.
9 Bank Owned Properties Income/Develop-
ment Potential 3 Homes & 6 Lots
ABSOLUTE AUCTION: Thur, March 15,
6pm Preview Online! www.countsauction.
com 800-780-2991 VAAF93
TROOP 22
MULCH SALE!
3 cu. ft. bags
Delivery to your
home starting
March 17th
$
4
a bag
[email protected]
540-247-2140
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Advertise your classifed for 4 weeks
4 FREE!
(For Sale, Automobiles, Wanted, etc.)
cl assi f i [email protected] redcoreport . com
FOR SALE
FREE FIREWOOD - You cut and
haul away at your convenience.
(Winchester/Frederick County Line
- Middle Road). [email protected]
comcast.net
Call 540-336-8925 for details. (1/17)
FOR RENT
1969 Mercedes Benz 280S
staight-6 Recent Tune- Up. New
radiator, brakes and 2 new car-
burator. AC works great. Under
100,000 original miles. Runs
Good. Only $4000.00 OBO. 540-
869-3521 or 540-303-8275 (7/13)
Bull and commercial heifer sale. An-
gus polled herefords, balancers, gel-
bviehs, black baldies. Friday, Decem-
ber 2 @ noon. Knoll Crest Farm. Red
House, VA 434-376-3567 (11/22)
William and Barbara Elsea’s Cleaning
Service. Reasonable Rates/Reliable
service. Yards, decks, basements, offc-
es, garages, small gutters, driveways,
lawn care & haul unnecessary junk.
Call 540-671-8354
FOR SALE
FURNITURE
2 Refurbished Dell Latitude and
Inspiron Laptops. Windows XP,
512MB. In very good condition other
than some minor scratches on top
cover. $100 and up.
Call 540-514-1412 for details. (10/13)
MISC.
3 Childcare Cots with Mattresses $10
ea. - 2 Adult Aluminum/Canvas Army
Cots $15 ea. - Blazing Rails Power
Train Set (NEW, 45x36 Track) w/Tun-
nel & 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
AUTOS
Parts for a 1989 Ford Ranger,
bought new, never used: E-coil
$80.00 and Evaporator $60.00 or
B.O. Call 540-683-9197 (7/20)
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 in-
terior, 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)
1 br corporate rental in Front Royal
VA. Bath, kitchen, large master br.
Liv. rm. All furniture provided for you.
Plus, cable, internet, electric, and wa-
ter. Call 540-622-6940, 11 - 5pm.
No pets or smoking (1/24)
Only $275 buys a 25-word classi-
fed ad in 88 newspapers across
Virginia. Call Virginia Press Services
at 804-521-7571 to place your ad
in the STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED
AD NETWORK Multi-Week Special
–Place the same ad four consecu-
tive weeks and receive the ffth week
FREE!
Got a yard sale or garage sale coming up?
Post it here for FREE!
[email protected]
YARD SALES
1998 Cadillac Seville Service
Manuals, 3-volume set, $35.
Ford Thunderbird/Cougar Shop
Manual, $25. Biscuit Jointer, EC,
complete with instruction manual,
$40. Makita Recipro Saw, EC with
blades and instruction manual,
$75. Heavy Duty foor jack, $125.
Craftsman Skillsaw. $20.00.
Call 540-635-6947 (12/6)
Hooked On Phonics Learning Kit. $22.
Call 540-667-2031 (12/27)
Room mate wanted to share large
house in Fredericktowne (Stephens
City.) Split level, 3 bedrooms, living
rm, family rm, dining rm, kitchen, laun-
dry rm, 2 full baths, screen porch, out-
buildings, and garden. Will share one
bedroom which is the large master
bedroom to an individual for 580.00
with utilities and linen closet space
included. Cable TV, WIFI Internet,
Trash Service included in the utilities.
Pictures available via email. AFTER 6
PM 540-303-2808 (11/8)
Roommate needed for corporate
housing short term lease only
$760.00 includes rent, utilities, and
furniture. Call 540-622-6940 (1/17)
Ladies Harley Davidson Black Leath-
er Boots. Size: 9 1/2M. Like New
In Original Box. Worn Only A Few
Times. Logger Style With Zipper.
Paid $100.00 When New. Sell Now
For $80.00/OBO.
Call 540-877-2293 (11/1)
3 artifcial Christmas Trees - all in ex-
cellent condition, only slightly used.
12’ tall, snow-focked Pine, prelit with
clear lights - $250
9’ tall, Douglas Fir, very full, prelit with
clear lights - $150
7.5’ tall - Slimline Frasier Fir, prelit with
clear lights - $75
Call 540-858-3331 (11/8)
Sony Digital Still Camera with MPE
Movie EX. Cyber Shot 5.0 MP.
Software Disk. Memory Stick 128
MB. AC Power Adaptor. Carl Zeiss
Vario-Sonnar Lens with 10X digital
zoom. Americo Classic Camera
Bag with storage pockets and car-
rying handle/strap. All equipment
and accessories are in excellent
condition/like new. $1000 value for
only $250 cash OBO. Call 540-287-
2997 afternoons/evenings. (11/16)
Sony 27” TV (not fat screen) w/orig-
inal remote. Excellent condition $30.
Call 540-622-2172 (11/1)
5/0 sliding glass door. Not pack-
aged. $100/BO
Call 540-683-9197 (2/23)
SeaScape Beach & Golf Villas. Kitty
Hawk, NC MP 2 1/2. 2 Bedrooms
(Sleeps 6), 2 Baths. April Week 16
$2,800. October Week 41, $2,800
Call 540-667-2031 (11/22)
Outer Banks Beach Club - Beach
Road. MP 9 Nagshead, NC. 2 Bed-
rooms, 2 Bath (Sleeps 6) Septem-
ber Week 38 $3,600.
Call 540-667-2031 (11/22)
Filbert Street, Stephens City,VA. 3
bedrooms, one bath, fenced back
yard, large kitchen/dining area,
stove, refrigerator. Electric heat.
NO PETS, Deposit/credit check re-
quired. $675/mo
Call 540-869-3571 (11/30)
FOR SALE
Tractor, Compact; Allis/Chalmers
(AC) 5015 Diesel 4WD. Turf & Liq-
uid-flled AG tires, bucket, recent
tire & hydraulics service. Used for
snow removal & bush hogging.
With manuals, some tune-up parts;
well maintained, runs good. $5500.
Gainesboro, VA.
Call John 540-88-4859 (12/6)
Compressa Infnity Burr coffee
grinder model #560. Like new. Used
only 1 month. $60 obo.
Call 540-662-2245 (12/6)
Twin bed. Cherry wood, good con-
dition. $75. High quality sofa, good
shape. $100. Stephens City area.
Call 703-434-1130 (12/13)
Sofa, glider, lamination board, rail for
stairwell, wedding gown. Used items
for sale: lamps, wing back chair ma-
roon, hutch, mohagony dining room
table, desk, copiers, printer stand,
blue print stand, bedroom with head-
board, footboard, rails, dresser w/mir-
ror, chest, and night stand. Antiques
for sale: farm desk w/chair.
Call 540-686-5769 (1/24)
Advertise your
classifed for 4 weeks
4 FREE!
(For Sale, Automobiles, Wanted, etc.)
[email protected]
Three dorm refrigerators for sale:
three different sizes, $65-85.
Call 540-869-7977 (12/20)
Pit Bull puppies. 4 male and 4 fe-
male $75.00 each. Mother and fa-
ther are red nose.
Call 540-336-4435 (12/20)
Chestnut doll bed, 30” X 20” – a cut
down version of a real bed with quilt,
dust ruffe, mattress, small pillow and
would be a wonderful gift for that spe-
cial child: $500.00
Call 540-622-4448 (11/8)
1950’s Schwinn bicycle. Need work
75.00. Old blue canning jars w/lids
3.00 each. 100 year old wicker baby
stroller 100.00. Radar detector 40.00.
Call 540-662-9023 (12/28)
Kiosk for sale. Sink and refrigerator
built in. Best offer. Salon mate nail
technician’s table. Black with mar-
ble top, used twice, $25. Stainless
steel 3 shelf rolling cart. Used in a
former Daily grind. Excellent condi-
tion. $200 or best offer.
Call 540-305-9664 (12/27)
1994 F150 Pickup truck for parts -
will sell whole or part out –new tires
and rest in good condition.
Call 540-333-1011 after 5pm (1/3)
ROOM MATE NEEDED: Private
Large BR., Bath, Kitchen, Living
Rm.
CALL 540-686-5832 (1/3)
Send us your classifeds!
[email protected]
Chest freezer $50. Cross Junction.
Call 703-936-6681 (2/10)
Commercial Space for Lease.
Prime Location in Historic Down-
town Strasburg. Pre-Civil War
Building with Period Restoration.
Log and Brick with Wide Plank
Floors. New 3 Zone Heat/Air. 4 Ex-
terior Doors. 110 N. Massanutten
Street. Monthly Rent $1,500
Off-street parking available. Call
Wendy Connor (540)975-0390(11/16)
One week vacation July 7-14. 2
bedroom ocean front condo with
pool. Located at Outer Banks, NC
at Rodanthe, NC. $1095
Call 540-662-9023 (2/23)
WANTED: MOD AND THE ROCK-
ERS…NOW. Vinyl record album re-
leased locally in 1967. Will pay $100
cash for a copy in good condition.
Call 540-877-2293
Vintage 1945 Mahogany Full bed-
room set w/headboard and bed rails.
Includes 5 drawer dress, vanity table
w/drawers and mahogany decor
mirror, vanity bench, and nightstand
$400, negotiable. Antique secretary
desk--also a steamer chest $200. Va-
riety of antique milk glass--must see!
Antique school desk from Pennsylva-
nia schoolhouse. All items located in
storage. Call or text 540-535-6948 for
appt. (12/20)
New Jeffco Salon Hair Dryer on
wheels, originally $135, asking $50.
Call 540-622-2652 (11/1)
VINTAGE TEA ROSE - PURE EL-
EGANCE comes with settee, 4chairs,
coffee table, and end tables. Mohaga-
ny dining room table, two black leather
chairs, kitchen table, 3 printers, print
stand, offce desk, large and small
paintings, 2 foor size rugs, sewing
machine. Call 540-686-5769 (2/23)
Boys Summer clothes excellent
condition. Shorts sizes 4,5,6,7.
Shirts, sizes 5 & 6 $1.00 each.
Call 540-667-2031 (3/8)
Now Booking
Events, Parties, Bars and Clubs
Rock, Punk, Thrash, Metal
EMAIL: [email protected]
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2011 GMC Sierra 1500
Ext cab, 4WD, SLE, 5.3LV8, 20” Chrome Wheels,
Loaded! Stk #V11064
MSRP $38,899 Our Price $29,899
Payments $439 w/$0 down!
2012 GMC Acadia
AWD, SLE, V6, 3rd Row Seating
Stk #V12124
MSRP $38,285 Our Price $34,959
Payments $513 w/$0 down!
2012 GMC Terrain
FWD, SLE, All Power, 32 MPG!!
Stk #V12075
MSRP $26,290 Our Price $25,456
Payments $374 w/$0 down!
2012 Buick Verano
Auto, 4 Cyl, All New for 2012
Stk# V12125
MSRP $24,670 Our Price $23,999
Payments $352 w/$0 down!
2012 Buick Enclave
FWD, Leather, 3rd Row Seating, Loaded
Stk #V12120
MSRP $42,115 Our Price $38,400
Payments $565 w/$0 down!
2012 Buick Lacrosse
Premium I Group, E Assist, 4cyl, over 36MPG!!
Stk #V12077
MSRP $34,820 Our Price $32,907
Payments $484 w/$0 down!
PRE-OWNED
2010 Kia Soul – Auto, Black, 27k miles $15,000
2008 Chrysler 300 – Signature Edition, Loaded, White, 29k miles $18,000
2008 GMC Envoy – Denali, Red, Loaded, 51k miles, $21,500
2008 Chevrolet Malibu – LTZ, Red, Loaded, 57k miles, $15,000
2009 Dodge Charger – RT, Black, AWD, Nav, 69k miles, $21,500
2007 Ford Freestar – Auto, Grey, V6, Clean, 48k miles, $11,500
2009 Dodge Ram 1500 – Crewcab Laramie, Blue, 43k miles, $25,500
1999 Dodge Ram 2500 – 5.9LV8, Red, 4WD, Extd cab, 74K miles $9500
2006 Buick Lucerne – Auto, V6, Bronze, 37k miles $13,500
2008 GMC Canyon – Auto, 4cly, Orange, 19k miles, $13,000
2009 Chevrolet Cobalt – 5 speed, Silver, 53k miles, $9500
2009 GMC Sierra – 5.3LV8, 4WD, Blue, Extd cab, 42k miles $23,900
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at any time. See dealer for details. Cannot be combined with any other offers.
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