Frederick County Report, September 7 - 20, 2012

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 September 7 – 20 , 2012

 Volume IV, IV, Issue 18

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Serving all of Frederick County and Winchester City

Living the American dream

 Winners of a  Winners $10,000 project

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Lynn’s Boutique, Salon and Massage

By Carol Ballard Frederick County Report Te outside is welcoming; with a Victorian-style front porch, filled with comfortable chairs, flowers, an American flag and signs, one of which informs that there will be sandwiches available soon, but it doesn’t prepare you for the lovely fragrances and burst of color from the pretty scarves, bags, jewelry and gifts as you walk in the door. Lynn’s Boutique, Salon and Massage business, located at 5324 Main St. in Stephens City across the street from the Outlet Store, is firmly established as a charming and affordable place to get nails done, but Lynn would like people to know that there’s also a boutique and tanning and hydro

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massage beds inside. And by October, Owner Lynn Grove will be making deli-type sandwiches every morning in her state-inspected kitchen that shoppers can stop in for all day long. Also, if ordered ahead of time she will provide cheese, fruit and vegetable party trays, which are as beautiful as floral bouquets. “I learned to make the pretty food plates in Vietnam,” she said. Lynn came to the U.S. 14 years ago from Can To, Vietnam and has been in business for eight  years in Stephens City where she lives with her husband Kevin and

eighth-grade son Bryan She is happy with her success so far. “People here have been very nice. I wouldn’t have made it without support from the community. community. I’m thankful for that. It has made it happen for me,” she said. Lynn also credits hard work as an ingredient for the success of her business. “I had $100 in my pocket when I first came here,” she said.   Starting out by obtaining her license at a nail school in Alexandria, she then gained experience by doing nails in salons in Front Royal and Winchester for four  years before she opened her own business. Tis is the third home for the salon in its eight years in Stephens

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City, but Lynn says she has finally found the right spot for it-a building with enough room for everything she offers. Shelves along the walls hold a rainbow of more than 500 colors of nail polish. Te variety of nail art includes: application of shellac on real nails; silk wraps, French tips, “pink and white”; acrylic application; and more. Another beauty option is facial, arm and leg waxing, and full-service manicure/pedicures with a hot stone massage and a warm lotion mask.

Especially rejuvenating and healthful is the deep-tissue hydro-massage bed which is like a twin-size water bed with ripples of water traveling up and down underneath the body. Te client can program the session to customize the pressure and control which body zones will be concentrated on and settings may be changed at any time. “It increases circulation, relieves stress, and removes toxins,” said Lynn. (Continued on page 4)

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Winchester Stephens City Kernstown Middletown Frederick County Press releases should be emailed to: [email protected]

Call in a tip on a crime and you may Receive a reward of up to $1,000 *You will remain anonymous* 54 0 - 66 5 -T  IPS  

This week’s Crime of the Week is a burglary and larceny at Throx Country Store, located at 1488 Senseny Road on July 22, 2012. The owner reported that unknown suspect(s) forcibly entered the store and removed several cartons of cigarettes. No other items were reported missing, but several items were reportedly knocked over by the suspect(s) while inside the store. If you have any information regarding a suspect or suspect vehicle in this incident, please contact the Crime Solvers Hotline at (540) 665 TIPS (8477). Information leading to the arrest of a suspect may result in a reward of up to $1,000. Case #12003943, Investigator Keith A. Covert

Sue Golden Jonathan Lucci Jonathan Bennett Advertising Sales Representatives:

Angie Buterakos (540) 683-9197 [email protected]

Ryan Koch If you are interested in contributing articles to our paper, please e-mail: [email protected] This publication is proudly printed on 100% recycled paper with soy-based ink.

Kitten Domestic Short Hair Mix: An adoptable cat in Berryville, VA • 12- 16 weeks old. very playful.

Bookkeeper available

Frederick County    Report

Specializes in small business. Reasonable rates. Call Lisa

 Angie Buterakos  Advertising Sales Cell: (540) 683-9197 [email protected]

Billing Coordinator: [email protected] Cartoonist:

Bichon Frise Mix: An adoptable dog in Winchester, VA • Maxx is about 8 years old. He is good with cats and dogs. Likes to play ball.

  The SPCA is open Monday thru Friday 10-5 Saturday 10-4 Sunday 125. 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

News Reporters:

Graphics Department

Death notices


Frederick County Crime of the Week - August 27, 2012


[email protected] Rob Shultz Jeff Richmond

the Week


Daniel P. McDermott (540) 305-3000

Alison Duvall (540) 551-2072 [email protected]

Pet of

Frederick County    Report  Alison Duvall  Advertising Sales Cell: (540) 551-2072 [email protected]

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22601 to assist the family with funeral expenses. Phyllis Ann Jones Phyllis Ann Jones, age 64, of Winchester, VA, died Wednesday, August 29, 2012. Contributions in memory of Ms. Jones may be made to the American Cancer Society, 2654 Valley Ave. Winchester, VA 22601. Lessie L. Kerns Lessie Leatte Chavis Kerns, 78, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Tursday Tursday,,

August 2012, in Winchester30, Medical Center. Memorial contributions may be made to Zion Baptist Church C/o Sharon Hartley, 676 Canterburg Road, Stephens City, Virginia 22655 Gary D. Snoby Gary Dennis Snoby, 51, of Winchester, Virginia died uesday, August 28, 2012 in the Winchest Winchester er Medical Center.

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Garland Dale Clowser Garland Dale Clowser, age 56, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Saturday, September 1, 2012, in her home.James A. Garber . Memorial donations may be made to Omps Funeral Home, 1600 Amherst Street, Winchester, VA

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Donna S. Rudzinski Donna Sue Roepken Rudzinski, 56, of Stephens City, Virginia died Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at her residence.


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FCPS Partners with Lord Fairfax Health District to Administer Youth Risk Behaviors Survey on September 14

(from page 2)

Another claim made by health practitioners is that it relieves pain and she has regular customers who come in ever y day. It’s highly affordable as a one-time experience, but she offers a monthly flat rate for unlimited access. Along with her business, she is a student at Lord Fairfax Community College studying science and working toward a degree in pharmacy. Eventually she will attend Shenandoah University University.. “It’s been my goal in life, but I had to take some time off from school to run the business. Maybe I’ll get my degree by the time I’m 60,” she said with a laugh. She hopes to have someone to

take care of the salon when she goes back to school and has run the salon by herself up to about a month ago when Manicurist/ Pedicurist Michelle Corbin came to work there. Te new Deli sandwich part of the business will be takeout only, but when asked if there would be tables for eating, she said, “No, but my salon customers can eat in here if they want to. People here are like family to me; they come and have a good time,” she said with a smile. Lynn’s Boutique, Salon and Massage 5324 Main St., Stephens City  540-868-9515 Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed on Sundays

  Frederick County Pub Public lic Schools is partnering with the Virginia Departmen Departmentt of Health’s Lor Lord d Fairfax Health District and other school divisions in the Lord Fairfax Planning District (Clarke, Frederick, Warren, Shenandoah, and Page Counties and the City of Winchester) to administer the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey to all eighth and 11th grade students on Friday, September 14. Students will be asked to com complete plete the survey during one of their regu regular lar class periods. Completing the survey should only take about 30 minutes. Tere is no physical test or exam involved. Schools Superintendent David Sovine says, “Our school division decided to participate in the Youth Risk Behavior Survey because there is strong evidence that healthy students learn better. o improve improve academic achievement and help ensure that students do not engage in behaviors that put their health at-risk, it is critical to implement quality health programs, policies and activities based on data regarding the healthrisk behaviors in which students are engaged. Te data gathered through this survey will help local public health officials and our schools identify areas of concern so that they can be addressed in the future.” Te survey is designed to provide baseline data on six types of health risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among young adults, including: behaviors that contribute to unintentionall injuries and violence; sexual behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancy and sexuunintentiona ally transmitted diseases; alcohol and other drug use; tobacco use; unhealthy dietary behaviors; and inadequate physical activity. activity. Te survey also will assess the prevalence of obesity and asthma among youth in the region. Te results will help the Lord Fairfax Health District identify factors that may affect the health of the area’s youth. Te results also will provide the data needed to access certain sources of funding in order to improve health, education, and prevention programs in our community. Te survey will be administered in a manner designed to protect student privacy. Students will complete the self-administered questionnaire by recording their responses directly in a booklet that can be scanned by a computer, on an answer sheet or on a survey booklet which contains no personal identifiers. Student responses will remain remain anonymous and students should be encou encouraged raged to provide truthful responses. Te parents of eighth and 11th grade students who do not want their child to participate in the survey, may opt them out by completing the opt-out form that is being sent home with students on September 4. No action is required by parents who want their child to participate. Copies of the survey are available for review at all middle and high schools in Frederick County. County. Te middle school survey can be accessed online at: th/yrbs/pdf/question-naire/2011_ms_questionnaire.pdf. naire/2011_ms_ques tionnaire.pdf. Te high school survey can be accessed aat: t: healthyyouth/yrbs/pdf/questionnaire healthyyouth/yrb s/pdf/questionnaire/2011_xxh_questionna /2011_xxh_questionnaire.pdf. ire.pdf. Additional informatio information n is also available at: Youth/yrbs/index.h outh/yrbs/index.htm tm and

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Te winning house in the ultimate backyard makeover  Wednesday, September 26,  Wednesday, 2012 @ 9:30 a.m.- Indian Hollow Elementary School Hot Air Balloon Assembly

From left to rig ht Doug Renshaw (sales representative for PA PAVESTONE VESTONE of Hagerstown, Md.),Landscaping Rick Settle and Brian Wismer on Linda the bench representing Prosperity of Stephens City and Fletcher, Representative from Clear Channel Radio in Winchester, Winchester, Va.

Te $10,000.00 Grand Prize winner for Prosperity Landscaping’s recent contest “Te Ultimate Backyard Makeover” has been announced. om and Kristy Steele of West Virginia won the $10,000.00 project and are now the proud recipients of a new paver walkway leading from the driveway to their brand new paver

patio. Te walkway and patio have been accented with new plant beds. Te contest was a combined effort of Prosperity Landscaping of Stephen City, Va., who provided design consultation and all the construction on the project, PAVESONE of Hagerstown, Md. who provided all the construction materials and

Clear Channel Radio of Winchester, Va. who ran the contest over the air on three different radio stations and provided advertizing support. Over 200 people entered the contest by providing pictures of their back yards along with a short paragraph on why they felt deserving of the “Makeover”. Of the 200 contestants, Prosperity had the difficult task of narrowing that number down to the top three. Te pictures and paragraphs of these three contestants were then put on Clear Channels web site where Clear Channel listeners would submit votes for their

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favorite. After more than 1500 votes the Steele’s emerged the winner. Rick Settle and Brian Wismer are the senior officers at Prosperity Landscaping, Inc. Rick and Brian want to thank Linda Fletcher, Sales Representative of Clear Channel and Doug Renshaw, Sales Representative of PAVESONE for their invaluable help in making this event a great success! Tey also wish to thank all of the contestants who took their time to provide their pictures. UPCOMING “PAIO SHOWCASE” on Sat. Sept. 8th. Rain date Sept. 15th Prosperity Landscaping invites the general public to come see this beautiful project. If you’ve ever wanted a beautiful outdoor living space this is a “must see” event. Prosperity Landscaping designers and PAVESONE reps will be present to answer questions on the planning your new patio and all the materials available for your project. Light refreshments will be served. Call Prosperity Landscaping at 540-869-2004 for more details.

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RE/MAX Realty will be bringing their hot air balloon to Indian Hollow Elementary School for an assembly which will connect some of the concepts students are learning in their science classes with the real-life application of flying a hot air balloon. balloon. During the assembly, several IHE staff  members will be given a ride in the balloon. balloon. Te studen students ts are determining which staff  members get to take a ride by donating loose change to the United Way. Way. Te staff  members who haveinto the most change deposited their change jars will get to ride in the balloon during the assembly. It’s a project that will help students learn science concepts as well as some of the FCPS Core Character raits and community ser vice. 

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LFCC Offers Career Coaching and Job Placement Services Middletown, and Luray, VA – Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) is now offering adult learners the opportunity to explore career options and plan for a career. Trough a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, LFCC has employed two adult career coaches and two job placement coordinators to assist with career assessments, career planning/coaching, selecting a program of study, identifying funding options for classes, developing interview skills, and writing resumes. Te grant, administered by idewater Community College and the Virginia Community College System, was awarded for three years under the rade Adjustment Act Community College raining Program. Virginia is one of six programs in the nation to receive funding.   “Tis new program provides support to individuals in our community who are considering new careers,” said LFCC President, Dr. Cheryl Tompson-Stacy. “LFCC is excited about this additional opportunity to help people in our community achieve their employment goals through education and training.”   LFCC’s program focuses on individuals individual s who have lost a job or anticipating layoff, those who are interested in health care careers, and veterans and their spouses . However, anyone who is unemployed or underemployed underemployed is eligible for assessment assessment services. Indi viduals are provided serv ices in cooperation with the Virginia Employment Commission and the local One Stop Job Centers, who may be able to provide funds for tuition tuition and supportive services. Once an individual has identified a potential career field, coaches work with them to identify trainin¬g and education education needs. Te job placement coordinators then work with individuals to prepare them for employment. o contact an adult career coach or job placement coordinator at Lord Fairfax Community College, call (540) 86-7000 or go online to the College’s website, .

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The Warren County Fair presents the

2012 ATV DIRT DRAGS! Sunday Sept. 9 Points Race

Reg. 11am • Race 1pm

Herby’s Barbershop

Points Race

Reg. 3pm • Race 5pm

Saturday Oct. 27

Saturday Sept. 29

Reg. 3pm • Race 5pm

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Reg. 3pm • Race 5pm 100% Wood Heat for your home, water, shop

Warren County Fairgrounds

Rt 522/Fairground Rd. Front Royal Adults - $10.00; Children 7-12 years - $5.00; Under 6 years - Free  For info. call Chris 540-931-4321

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A Harvest Gathering


Sat. Sept. 8th - 10am - 5pm


Stroll through two shops decorated for the Fall season. Handmades, antiques, jewelry, food, artwork, and more. Bluegrass band, “Five of a Kind” 11-3


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Goodbye summer, hello school spirit a season. score of 30-27, thriving off of the Te Handley Judges seek to turnovers forced by their defense. build on the 2011 season, which While their opener was a thrilling saw considerable success de-  victory built on defensive opporspite their eventual playoff loss to Liberty. Liberty. Te JJudges udges opened their season at home on Satur r a n day August 25, defeating the Dominion itans from Sterling in a come-from-behind victory that belied their undeniable youth at many key positions. positions. Te follo followwing week’s contest was less kind to the Judges, as they fell short against Harrisonburg Harrisonburg 32-21. On

tunism, the following week was the exact opposite as the Colonels were pounded by Loudon Valley 52-19 in a disheartening

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Warren County Fairgrounds

Indoor Flea Market

As the heat of summer days has

region’s high schools, but each of them is looking to achieve even greater post-season success in 2012. As always, the path toward

given way to the cool evenings of early September, high school football has made its return to Frederick County. Te 2011 season brought a great deal of success to the proud traditions of the

the kind of success that leads to the chill of football clashes on November evenings in the playoffs starts in the grueling heat of summer practices and the humid evenings of the opening weeks of

By Jonathan Lucci Frederick County Report

Rehearsals for the Barbershop/Bluegrass show scheduled for October 13 will be held every Monday at 7pm at the First United Methodist Church, 308 N. Braddock St in Wincheseter, VA

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Friday, Handley will travel up I81 to face off against powerhouse Martinsburg. While the Bulldogs Bulldogs Nights!  will beMonday favored heavily, the young  Ages 6 - 9 • 6:00 - 6:4 6:45pm 5pm but Ages talented Handley team will 10 & Up • 6:45 - 7:30pm look for the upset victory. Sept. 10  On Starts their opening Friday night of the year, the James Wood Colonels defeated Heritage in an away game in Leesburg by a


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hands frequently, especially after putting raw meat on the grill and before eating. • Bringing two sets of utensils and dishes if grilling raw meat — one for use with raw foods, the other for cooked foods. • Having a plastic bag handy to store dirty utensils or dishes that have touched raw meats to prevent spreading germs in a cooler or in your car after the pregame meal. 4. Prepare for kickoff. Cooking outside makes it challenging to avoid cross-contamination. Prepare for the big day by packing three coolers: one for  your raw meats, another with  your pre-made foods (e.g. potato salad, vegetables) and a third for  your beverages. Pack the food at the bottom of the cooler and the

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Indian Alley Phase II Begins Next Week Te City is very pleased to announce that Phase I of the Indian Alley infrastructure improvement project is to be successfully completed on schedule. Te City’s contractor is completing the final touches on the first phase of the Indian Alley Project this afternoon and the alley between Cork Street and Boscawen will be re-opened by 8:00 am on Friday morning. Wolfe Street and the parking lots on Indian Alley will also be re-opened. Te second phase of the City’s work on Indian Alley between Boscawen and Piccadilly will begin next week and be completed by September 30th. During this time period, this section of the alley will be completely CLOSED to vehicular traffic. Te City would like to thank all the businesses and residents that have been affected by this project for their outstanding cooperation and assistance and in vites all residents to come downtown to see the significant improvements that have been made.


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A Virginia political campaign made for television With cameras in tow, Tareq Tareq Salahi kicks off underdog bid for G Governor’s overnor’s mansion Sept. 16 

By Dan McDermott Frederick County Report   Alleged White House gatecrasher and Real Housewives of DC star areq Salahi will have his entire gubernatorial campaign taped for a reality documentary to air after the November election, according to campaign officials.   It is perhaps the first-ever state state-wide political campaign filmed for an independent reality show. Public taping will begin at a campaign kickoff at Salahi’s Linden, Va. home Sept. 16. Although he and his ex-wife and Real Housewives reality tv co-star Michaele refused to answer questions before a congressional panel probing their attendance at President Obama’s first state dinner, Mr. Salahi appears to have come around to embrace the incident that imme-

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 veteran PBS executive John Campbell who now runs his own production company. In a statement Campbell said he approached Salahi about doing the project not out of any political motivation but rather to focus on the human interest element. “Here we have a guy who’s triumphs and tribulations have been aired globally...and he could have easily hidden for a few years...yet he didn’t,” Campbell said. It is his first political film. Campbell’s previous documentaries have focused on a diverse range of topics from U.S. Air Force Tunderbirds to a Canadian folk/rock band to a trip through the Adirondacks in a 1976 motor home.   Salahi conc concedes edes that one of his motivations to run for governor occurred in April when one of his potential opponents, Va. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli announced a lawsuit alleging that Salahi’s wine tour company had violated the Virginia Consumer Protection Act, a charge Salahi says he denies. Salahi filed paperwork to enter the Repubdiately thrust him into the national lican primary the next day. Salahi’s spotlight and global stage. Te event spokesman Eric Miller “took a shot is being billed as the “Crash the at Cuccinelli” in a statement to Candidate BBQ.” In addition to the CNN, saying the attorney general media and a camera crew of four, had wasted “huge sums of taxpayer the event offers “entertainment, a dollars on witch hunt type investiDJ, and a Hollywood green screen gations,” including the lawsuit. photo op.” Further homage to the   Salahi sa says ys he plans to announce state dinner incident can be found major pillars of his campaign platin his campaign website’s name: form at the BBQ kickoff but sa says ys that a large focus will be on sup-

course the troops as well as boosting Virginia’ Virginia’s small businesses including the agriculture industry and the economy in general. Salahi’s family has decades of experience in the wine trade.   Salahi currently has two comanagers for the campaign, one of whom is a former DoD staffer, Mark Vargas and the other a former White House staffer during the Reagan administration, Andrea Ross.   Ross said the filmmakers filmmakers aren aren’t ’t paying for any of the campaign expenses and that royalties to Salahi, if any, will likely come after the election when the movie will air on an unnamed national television network or cable channel.   Ross describes herself herself as a fairly private person and isn’t quite sure what to expect when she ends up on a tv show. “Tis isn’t Real Housewives and I am not a drama queen. Tis is a serious business to us. We’re looking forward to getting out there and meeting people and

about Virginia and her future. People havent seen this side of areq before,” she said. “Most people don’t even know that he has deep political roots in Virginia and has served three different Governors both Republican and Democrat.”   Ross says for now they are focused on the kickoff event. “We are all looking forward to having people in the local community be a part of this. Anyone in the local community. Tere is going to be a national television show and they are a part of what we booted a king out to be able to do,” she said.   “We are excited for them to be a part of that. Let’s face it, it is an exciting thing.”   Te campaign event is Sunday, September 16th at 5 pm at 440 Scenic Overlook Drive, Linden, Va. For more information visit the website


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Kiosk for sale. Sink and refrigerator built in. Best offer. Salon mate nail technician’s table. Black with marble top, used twice, $25. Stainless steel 3 shelf rolling cart. Used in a former Daily grind. Excellent Excelle nt condition. $200 or best offer. Call 540-305-9664 (12/27) 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) 1998 Cadillac Seville Service Manuals, 3volume 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 oor  jack, $125. Craftsman Skillsaw. $20.00. Call 540-635-6947 (12/6) Scooter for Sale: Excellent condittion, ion, less than 300 miles. 100 miles/gallon. $800 includes; cover, lock, and helmet. 540-5331472. (6/28) Outer BanksNC. Beach Club - Beach Road. MP6)9 Nagshead, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath (Sleeps September Week Week 38 $3,600. Call 540-667-2031 540-667-2031 (11/22) Roof Slates for Sale - Original antique 1891 slates removed from the Strasburg Museum Museum building when a new roof was installed. 12 X 6 3/4. Benets the Strasburg Museum. Call 540-450-6361,, 540-465-5570 540-450-6361 540-465-557 0 or 540-4653728. Pick them up: $10 each. Mail: $10 plus shipping and handling. Lots of 100 or more: $7 each Used only for browsing --$777.00 Call 540545-2052.The iMac “Core i3” 3.06 21.5-Inch  Aluminum  Alum inum (M (Mid-2 id-2010) 010) is powere poweredd by a dual core 3.06 GHz Intel “Core i3” I3-540 (Clarkdale) processor with a dedicated 256k level 2 cache for each core and a 4 MB shared level 3 cache. In lieu of a system bus, it has a “Direct Media Interface” (DMI) that “connects between the processor and chipset” at 2.5 GT/s. Bull and commercial heifer sale. e. Angus polled herefords, balancers, gelbviehs, black baldies. Friday, December 2 @ noon. Knoll Crest Farm. Red House, VA 434-376-3567

Print: LN, framed and matted, 31 x 42, Victorian Lunch, have original receipt $111. Call 540-550-6674 Woolrich Hunting Coat and pants. Set size is 44 coat & 36 pants. Very warm $75.00 Good condition Call 540-665-0463 540-665-0463 15 Cubic Foot Upright Freezer. Good Condition $200.00. 540-869-5073 Chest freezer $50. Cross Junction. Call 703-936-6681 (2/10) Three dorm refrigerators for sale: three different sizes, $65-85. Call 540-869-7977 (12/20)\  Crossbow (Similar to Bowex) Good ConCondition. $125 If interested, please call 540622-2424. Whole body vibration exerciser Brand new in box. $250.00 Call 540-869-3388


Treadmill - ProForm $70 Stephens City 423-470-6911 6/14)

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 #540-86 9-7571 . Love Seat for sale. Floral print cushions with wicker ttrim. rim. 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” NATUAL GAS RANGE four years old white $125.00 (540) 869-3506 (8/9)   17 cubic foot refrigerator $125.00. Call (540) 869-3506 (8/9) Daytona Beach Timeshare for sale $1900.00. Availabe the 3rd week of January. Located on the beach. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, sleeps 6. Call 540-338-7581 (8/23)


Baseball Bats: Little League, aluminum. Have 3 bats. Cushioned grip, some wear but in good condition. $25 each. Air Hockey Table7 foot. Brand New! $150. NY Giants hooded winter coat. Boy’s size Medium. In very good, like- new condition $25. Baby/Dog Gate: 3 ft high metal. Has 4 sections and is adjustable to over 5 feet wide. Used for a short time—in good condition. $50.00 rm. Can Can email pic pic-tures. Call 540-723-0285  (6/14)

Saturday, September 22. 8 AM – 2 PM. SCSM and friends are cleaning house! We have gently used household and kitchen goods, toys, books, computers, printers, ofce supplies, and more. 76 W. Shirley  Avenue Warrenton, VA 20186. RAIN OR SHINE. All proceeds go to Spiritual Care Support Ministries (Entrance donation of $10 requested from those who come before 8 am) Contact Chaplain Liz Danielsen, 540/349-5814 for questions or to donate

 White Crosley heavy duty washer with 20


lb. capacity. Good Condition. $100. Please call 540-336-9531 after 6PM. (8/9)



 Admirral al Hea Heavy vy Duty D Dryer ryer - like ke new, new, with with 5 cycles and 3 temperature settings. Ve Very ry nice. $200.00. Please call 540-336-9531 after 6PM. (8/9)



Queensize Antique Sledbed frame, $225 1 br corporate rental in Front Royal VA. obo, leave a message, Bath, kitchen, large master br. br. Liv. rm. 540-869-3521 (7/13)  All furniture provided for you. Plus, cable, internet, electric, and water. Call 540Carmate Trailer, 5x10’ Green Exc. cond., 622-6940, 11 - 5pm. No pets or smok(1/24) toolbox, ramps, sidedoor, tire & tire rack, ing can been seen @ 1045 Tasker Rd., 540869-6188 Roommate needed for corporate housing (7/13) short term lease only $760.00 includes Baldwin Piano, cherry nish with Queen rent, utilities, and furniture. Call 540-622 Anne legs. One owner, owner, purchased in 1991. 6940 (1/17) Keys in excellent condition/needs tuned. $1500.00 OBO (7/26) Outer Banks / Kitty Hawk, N.C. SeaScape Beach & Golf Villa Resort. www.SeaScapeBlack Tappan Electric Stove with 4 burners and April Week or October Week 2 2 shelves in oven. Purchased new and used only Bedrooms, 2 Bath, Sleeps 6. Fully Stocked 1 year. $150.00 or Best Offer. Please call 540- Condo. $2,200.00 Call 540-667-2031 for 336-9531 after 6PM. (8/9) info (8/9) Black Maytag Side by Side Refridgerator with Clean Townhouse for rent in Winchester, freezer on the bottom and an ice maker. Pur-  VA.3 bedroom , 1 1/2 bath, kitchen apchased new for $2200.00 and only used for 2 pliances, gas heat, central air. NO PETS years. Will sell for $800.00. Please call CREDIT CHECK $770.00 MONTHLY PLUS  540-336-9531 after 6PM. (8/9) $770 SECURITY DEPOSIT Call (540) 8693506 (8/9) Refrigerator: Black Maytag Side by Side Refridgerator w/ Icemaker & water on front door. Freezer on bottom. EC - MSTA. $600 rm. Please call 540-336-9531 540-336-9531 af- Bach FrenchMUSIC Horn with hard case. Standard ter 6:30PM single yellow brass with xed bell. A good (8/23) horn for beginners and intermediate stuWasher & Dryer: Matching beige colored dents. $750.00 OBO Call 540-323-0017 set of Whirpool lg. capacity washer & for more information (8/23) dryer. VGC . $350/BO. Baldwin Piano, cherry nish with Queen  Anne legs. One owner, owner, purchased in 1991. FOR RENT Keys in excellent condition/needs tuned. $1500.00 OBO 540-323-0017 Commercial Space for Lease. Prime Location in Historic Downtown Strasburg. PreWANTED Civil War Building with Period Restoration. Log and Brick with Wide Plank Floors. MOD AND THE ROCKERS…NOW. Vinyl record New 3 Zone Heat/Air. 4 Exterior Doors. album released locally in 1967. Will pay $200 110 N. Massanutten Street. Monthly Rent cash for a copy in good condition.Call 540-877$1,500.Off-street parking available. Call 2293 Wendy Connor (540)975-0390 (11/16) Help Wanted- the Front Royal Diner is NOW hiring, please call 845-391-4766 for ap1,100 sq.ft. ofce space for rent in the point. (6/28) Winchester area. Call 540-539-7095 (6/28) Small scooter & van lift Looking for a donation. Please call Mary or Willis at Modern two bedroom single family home/  540-868-8800 built 2007. Secluded--- located in center of 6 acre heavily wooded lot. Close to FURNITURE James Woods H.S. and Valley Health.  Attached garage - He at pump /central ai r Entertainment Center: Light Oak with - Corian counter tops - Energy efcient glass doors-lots of storage. (64” wide X front load washer and matching dryer - 58” high X 23” deep) Very go od condition. Kenmore stove/oven - Raised deck in back Can e-mail picture picture $300.00 Call 540-723- Kenmore side by side refrig w/dispens- 0285 (3/22) ers - Ceiling fans (3). Last three electric bills averaged $35. No water or sewage  VINTAGE TEA ROSE - PURE ELEGA NCE costs. Internet ready. Available September comes with settee, 4chairs, coffee table, or possibly August. Please email --princ- and end tables. Mohagany dining room [email protected] for more information table, two black leather chairs, kitchen or call 210 744-1986 (6/28) table, 3 printers, print stand, ofce desk, large and small paintings, 2 oor size rugs,  Autumn Glen/Stephens City, VA - Two sewing machine. Call 540-686-5769 bedroom duplex; double door garages; (2/23) 8-ft back yard fence;carpet; stove/refrigerator/dishwasher included. - $1,300 per Have Items to month/$1,400 deposit and credit check. Sell? Call: 540-247-9456 (7/26) 3 bdrm, 1 bath, nice lot, storage building. 229 Shenandoah Ave, Winchester 540-839-2827  


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 AUTOS 87’ Dodge Ram, W100, 4x4, Auto, titled, $2, 500 O BO . Call 304- 754- 9829 (3/22)

   Antique Touring. Runs good. Has good1922 tires,Ford paintT and upholstery. Near Martinsburg, WV. $9500. Call 304-5821936 (3/22) 2003 Bounder motor home model 32W, 2 slide-outs, gas, excellent condition, sleeps 6, ducted A/C and heat, convection microwave, 2 at screen TV’s with DVD, satelite TV, rear ladder, back-up camera, solar battery charger, outside shower, automatic leveling system, generator, 28K miles. $37,000. Call 540-539-7206 (3/22) Parts for a 1989 Ford Ran ger, bought new, never used: E-coil $80.00 and Evaporator $60.00 or B.O. Call 540-683-9197 540-683-9197 (7/20)

1991 Cadillac Deville light blue.Runs wellmileage 100,400 $900. 869-3112 (7/26)

55 Ford Fairlane, new inside, new tires. Call 540-839-2827 for price (7/26) 1986 Ford truck with slide on camper, extra Set wheels, $2900. Call 540-839-2827  


1999 Honda Motorcycle, good condition, low mileage. $1950 Call 540-839-282  


88’ VW Vangon parts for sale. Located in Middletown. Call 703-987-9678 (8/9) Honda Ridgeline - All weather oor mats - tan Used one winter - driver side mostly... all others like new. $75.00 OBO 540-3230017 (8/23)



DIVORCE with or without children $125. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. Cal l 1-888-789-0198 24/7 or www. Stephens City Market Place every Saturday in the parking lot in front of Bearly Believable (7/13) TV FREE 32 inch Zenith Console Console - Wood Wood cabinet - with remote ccontrol. ontrol. Excellent working condition. Cable ready.Stephens City, VA all for directions. Home: 540869-4153 Cell: 549-535-9282 (8/9)

50 GALLON WATER HEATER USED  $100.00 540-683-9197


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DC BIG FLEA SEPT 15-16. An Amazing Treasure Hunt! Metro DC’s Largest Antique Event! Dulles Expo-Chantilly, VA. 4320 Chantilly Shop Ctr, 20151. Adm $8 Sat 9-6 Sun 11-5

DRIVERS-CDL TRAINING now offered in Roanoke 540-857-6188 or Spotsyl vania 540-582-8200! Attend 4 Weeks or 10 Weekends. Guaranteed Guaranteed Financing and Job Placement Assistance Available. 1-800-646-2374.

Carwile Auctions - DI-MAC Manu facturing, Saturday, September 22, 10AM. 750 Craighead St. Danville, Va. 24541. Real Estate, Lift Trucks, Computerized Lettering Equipment, etc. (434)5479100 (VAAR392)

AVERITT IS LOOKING FOR CDL-A DRIVERS! Weekly Hometime and Full Benets Package. 4 months T/T Ex perience Required – Apply Now! 888362-8608 Visit Equal Opportunity Employer

Auction – October 12, 9AM, Richmond, Virginia. Turn Your Assets into Ca$h! Sell with Commonwealth of Virginia, Sunbelt Rentals & Others. Brochure & Discount Deadline September 21st. Motley’s Auction & Realty Group, 804232-3300, VAAL #16

AUCTION – BUSINESS REALIGNMENT – Highway Maintenance Company Fleet & Equipment, Online Bidding Sept. 6 thru Sept. 27, Late Model Fleet – Dumps, Swap Bodies, Service & Pickup Trucks, Snow Plows, Spreaders & Much More. 804-232-3300,, VAAL #16. ATTENTION AUCTIONEERS: Advertise Your FALL auctions in Virginia News papers for one low cost of $275. Your 25-word classied ad reaches over ONE MILLION Virginians! Call this paper or Adriane Long at 804-5217585 (Virginia Press Services). Medical Billing Trainees Needed! Train to become a Medical Ofce As sistant. No Experience Needed! Training & Job Placement available at CTI! HS Diploma/GED & computer needed. 1-888-424-9419. MEDICAL


Teamss Split . 513 per mile. Solos Earn Team .437 per mile. Teams sign on $7,500. Solo sign on $2,000. 1 yr OTR Exp CDL-A and HazMat 877-628-3748 Drivers – CDL-A EXPERIENCED DRIV ERS: Up to $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! 6 months OTR experience starts at 32c/ mile. New student pay and lease program 877-521-5775. www.USATruck.  jobs Owner Operators Dedicated Runs, No Touch Freight. All miles paid same, loaded/empty! Lease Purchase Pro gram w/Payment Assist. Class A CDL & 1 yr. experience. 866-242-4976 ADVERTISE YOUR TRUCK DRIVER JOBS in Virginia Newspapers for one low cost of $275. Your 25 word classied ad reaches over ONE MILLION Virginians! Call this paper or Adriane Long at 804-521-7585 (Virginia Press Services). UNRESTRICTED LAND – Okay for mo bile home. 2 wooded acres in Nelson County. 10 minutes to James James River River boat launch. $35,900. I nance – nothing down – 434-444-5088 11 ACRES in Rockbridge Co, beautiful meadow gently sloping to small stream. Some woods. Nice view. Lots -

#2 FOR from AT-HOME Enroll today – learn homeJOBS. or onsite. Classes starting at only $95 a month. 1-800466-1535. [email protected] (2) Farm Tracts. Sale by Owner. Excellent investment, nice rural neighborhood. Henry County between Danville and Martinsville. Tract 1: 69.8 acres; Tract Tract 2: 78.2 acres. 276-340-5344.

of wildlife. Covenants. $89,900. Own er-nancing. 540-294-2007. LAND FOR APARTMENTS – 14 acres zoned for hundreds of apartments. All utilities. On major highway near regional hospital. Near I-81/64. We’ll We’ll install signal. $995,000 540-2942007 VIRGINIA ACREAGE! BUY DIRECT FROM BANK 4 + Acres, stream, next to DC in Virginia. Rare chance to own

bank-owned park-like parcel with large hardwoods. Quiet country setting. Close to shopping. All underground utilities, ready to use. Origi nally $134,900. NOW ONLY $89,900. Special Bank Financing. Call now 1-877-777-4837. SAWMILLS from only $3997.00‐ MAKE/ SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill‐ Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info/DVD: 1-800578-1363 Ext.300N MEDICAL CAREERS begin here – Train ONLINE for Allied Health and Medical Management. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualied. SCHEV certied. Call 888-354-9917 www.CenturaOnline. com

AIRLINE CAREERS begin here-Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA approved training. Financial aid if qualied- Housing available. available. Job placement assistance. assistance. SCHEV certied. CALL AIM 888-245-9553. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER – Train to become an Air Trafc Controller in a secure government career at FAA approved AT-CTI school. Attend class to earn your associate degree by training at Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Chesapeake, VA. Median salary tops $100,000 (US BLS) with experience and full certication. Call toll free (877) 560-1001 for informa tion. Hampton University/Aviation Institute of Maintenance DIVORCE with or without children $99.00. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 1-888733-7165, 24/7.

Could you imagine if John Mayer, Santana, Victor Wooten, and John Bonham were put in a room together to create music? Frankly, we couldn’t either, but Winchester has the next best thing. Bobby Crim, Rex Renner, John Hayes and Alex Swafford is Threesound. Formed in Winchester in 2010, Threesound was born in Millbrook High’s band room, at the time under the direction of the prestigous Michael Ward. Threesound meticulously incorporates a wide variety of popular music to create a sound that is both catchy and original. Their presence on stage is that of a refined rock band whose music transcends their age. Covering everything from Electric Avenue to Electric Feel, Threesound respectfully pays due to their influences all set long. They play the local bars frequently and amaze the adult crowd, when they themselves aren’t even old enough to drink. Threesound has even played at renowned NOVA venue Jammin Java, which has featured such nationally known acts as Sixpence None the Richer, Nick Jonas and Paramore. Their self titled EP was recorded at Cue Recording Studios last fall and they are cutting their first full-length album this winter. For more information and free downloads check them out on (  (from a release)

September 7 Gallows Bound @ First Friday in downtown Winchester.. 7:30pm Winchester

September 13 Challenger @ Sweet Carolines, Winchester Winchester.. 7pm

September 28 Challenger @ The Attic, Luray


STEEL BUILDINGS forMake HOMES & Ga rages. Lowest Prices, Offer and LOW Monthly Payment on remaining cancelled orders 20x24, 25x30, 30x44, 35x60 CALL 1-800-991-9251 Nicole NOW HIRING: Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info. 1-985646-1700 DEPT. VA-4062. Fee.

October 27 Sin City Gamblers Reunion & All Hallows Throwdown 2012 featuring The DeadNeks, Gallows Bound & Dead Television @ Island Delights Resturant/bar. Resturant/bar. Starts @ 8pm. $12 at the door d oor.. 18+

November 3 Threesound @ Del Rio (Autism Awareness Benefit Show)

November 10 Daycare Swindlers, Two Man Advantage, Kill The Car, Walk The Plank, Supreme Commander @ Island Delights Resturant/bar. Starts @ 9pm. $8 at the door d oor.. 18+

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