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Children’s Class: Drawing a Still Life

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Art in the Valley
When:
February 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
2019-02-02T11:00:00-05:00
2019-02-02T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Art in the Valley
205-A East Main St | Front Royal
VA 22630
Cost:
Fee is $30 and materials are included.
Contact:
Kelli Hart
540-252-2260

This class will provide techniques in drawing and shading while gaining knowledge of composition. We will be using graphite pencils to complete a still life.

Classes are designed for the student who wants to learn drawing techniques beyond their experiences at school, while meeting the Virginia Standards of Art. Recommended ages for these classes are 8-12.

Saturday, February 2nd, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm. Fee is $30 and materials are included.


About the instructor: Laura Corebello is a licensed art teacher who has taught art in the public schools of New Jersey and Virginia for the past 30 years. She has written curriculums for New Jersey and Virginia private and public schools.

Laura can recognize the unlimited potentials of creative expression through the eyes of children and nurtures this in all her students.  Some of Laura’s students have been stimulated to follow careers in art, have earned awards, and have had art shows at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.


Class policies: We understand that scheduling conflicts do happen. You may cancel your class for a full refund up to 48 hours before the first class, by phone or in person. No refunds will be issued after this time.

In case of inclement weather, we will reschedule the class. Please check our Facebook page for class schedule changes due to weather.

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Valley Health offers new services to streamline care

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February 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
2019-02-02T11:00:00-05:00
2019-02-02T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Art in the Valley
205-A East Main St | Front Royal
VA 22630
Cost:
Fee is $30 and materials are included.
Contact:
Kelli Hart
540-252-2260

 

Valley Health has implemented three services this week to streamline access to safe and timely COVID-19-related outpatient care: a COVID-19 Respiratory Care Phone Line, telehealth visits with providers, and a new Respiratory Care Clinic.

“The vast majority of patients who contract COVID-19 won’t require inpatient care in a hospital setting,” says Jeffrey Feit, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Valley Physician Enterprise. “We felt strongly that we needed a way to care for the community that provides a full spectrum of care for patients with respiratory complaints and reduces the chances of well patients and patients with chronic illnesses becoming sick when going to a regular office visit.”

COVID-19 Respiratory Care Phone Line
Valley Health has developed a new service for people who have a fever, cough, or other respiratory symptoms and need evaluation. Community members may call our dedicated phone line at 540-536-0380, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., and be guided to their primary care provider or a Valley Health Family Medicine/Urgent Care office for a telehealth visit.

Telehealth at Valley Health Urgent Care Centers and Medical Practices
Following recent changes by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to allow the broad use of telehealth visits by providers and health systems, several Valley Health Family Medicine, Urgent Care, and Specialty offices successfully piloted a new platform this week that enables patients to be seen by providers from the comfort of their homes.

“We are committed to caring for patients with respiratory illness in the safest way possible, and also want to offer other patients an expedient way to be evaluated,” says Jacob Meza, Senior Director of Valley Regional Enterprises, a division of Valley Health. “By Monday, all Valley Health Urgent Care centers and most Valley Health medical practices will have telehealth in place.”

After making an appointment, the office determines if telehealth is a good option instead of, or in addition to, a face-to-face office visit. If so, the patient receives a link which, when clicked, puts them “in” the exam room, ready to see their provider.

The new platform does not require the user to download any new software and may be accessed with any iPhone, Android phone, tablet or computer with a web camera, using Chrome, Safari or Firefox. Additionally, all telehealth visits have waived copays at the time of the visit to remove as many barriers as possible to help people receive the right care in the safest manner.

Visit www.valleyhealthlink.com/telehealth for a list of participating practices.

Respiratory Care Clinic
Patients who need an in-person provider visit now have a “next step” opportunity for care at a new outpatient Respiratory Care Clinic located adjacent to the COVID-19 test collection site at Rutherford Crossing in Winchester. Opened Thursday, March 26, the clinic is a resource for patients who need chest x-rays and other physical exams following a telehealth visit. A referral is required from a patient’s primary care physician. Watch for additional locations in other Valley Health communities.

Other updates related to COVID-19:

Request to Employers – Valley Health’s hospital Emergency Departments, Urgent Care Centers, and physician practices have reported a growing number of patients requesting a note to return to work. We are unable to accommodate that request. Consistent with guidelines from the CDC and state agencies, we ask area employers to waive the required healthcare provider’s note for employees who are sick with acute respiratory illness to validate their illness or to return to work. Our emergency departments and doctor’s offices are not in a position to provide this documentation in a timely way.

Supply Donations –Many businesses and individuals have offered to share their time and talents by making home-sewn masks. We are heartened and encouraged by this show of support and concern for the safety of our patients and staff. Donated masks will help us preserve our supply of personal protective equipment (PPE). In order to ensure the highest possible level of protection, we have step-by-step instructions for making masks with elastic and masks without elastic on our website.

Blood Donors Needed – Many are asking what they can do to help. We urge all residents who are able to roll up their sleeves and help maintain our supply of blood products. The Red Cross donor center in Winchester has daily collection times. In West Virginia, bloodmobiles are scheduled in Keyser on March 31, Berkeley Springs on April 2, Ranson on April 3, and Bunker Hill on April 4. For more information, visit redcrossblood.org and enter your zip code or call 1.800.RED.CROSS.

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Local real estate industry reaction to COVID-19 crisis; new video series to help sellers, buyers and homeowners

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When:
February 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
2019-02-02T11:00:00-05:00
2019-02-02T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Art in the Valley
205-A East Main St | Front Royal
VA 22630
Cost:
Fee is $30 and materials are included.
Contact:
Kelli Hart
540-252-2260

Realtors, buyers, sellers, and homeowners, in general, are understandably curious about the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the local real estate market. Local industry expert Beth Medved Waller (a top-producing associate broker in Warren County) interviewed countless agents about the state of their business and hopes to shed a light on the pulse of the local real estate market from multiple agents and perspectives. “It’s my obligation as well as my honor to inform my community about the state of the real estate industry in light of the current state of our world,” says Waller who’s been a top producing Realtor since 2005.

Beth Medved Waller

 

Watch this video for her general commentary about the local real estate climate amid threats of the virus spreading through the Shenandoah Valley.

Stay tuned for Beth’s video series (launching through the Royal Examiner next week) offering tips for people to enhance their “real estate health” while they are stuck indoors to protect their own health. In the seven-part series, she’ll be advising homeowners, buyers (both active home seekers and those thinking of buying soon), sellers (those with active real estate listings and with properties preparing to hit the market this spring) and Realtors (agents already in business as well as people who are considering becoming a licensed practitioner). She’ll share suggestions about what each party can do to make their time at home productive from a real estate perspective. A four-part article is also being published with her timely tips by “Real Estate Agent Magazine.”

A Bright MLS analysis by Waller on 3/25/2020 indicated that Warren County inventory levels are approximately 100 units below 2019 stats with 178 active listings, 6 coming soon, 14 temporarily off the market and 8 withdrawn within the last two weeks. Since Friday the 13th (when COVID precautions tightened), 28 listings went under contract/pending for a total of 110 in the category. Many recent listings posting have been new constructions and vacant homes obviously have extra appeal in today’s market.

”My most active properties are my vacant listings, but I did have a showing this weekend on one of my occupied homes and am expecting an offer. The agent and buyers wore gloves and my seller felt comfortable, although the same seller declined an earlier showing this week when the agent informed me that her buyers had just returned from overseas (and were within the recommended 14-day quarantine).” Beth added, “Showings on my listings have drastically slowed since Friday the 13th, but I’m encouraged by the buyer and agent calls I’ve received since Thursday. I listed a vacant home on Friday and have had 5 showings already, which is less than normal, but much better than I feared. I’ve only ratified one contract in three weeks, but have renewed hope that as we navigate our new ‘normal’ buyer activity will increase. I expect to start seeing virtual showings more and more and anticipate having offers from buyers who haven’t physically toured that will include the ‘sights unseen’ and new ‘COVID-19’ addendums.” Closing delays have already occurred for Waller due to lender slow-downs from appraisal backlogs and government tax transcript delays. How the market will be affected as the virus spreads more heavily through the valley remains to be seen, but “business as usual” is a thing of the past for the foreseeable future.

According to Executive Order 53, all professional service business (including real estate) may remain open as long as an emphasis is placed on honoring the under 10 gathering mandates, teleworking as much as feasible, meeting with clients virtually when possible, avoiding hosting in-person open houses, engaging in social distancing, limiting the numbers of houses buyers tour and embracing enhanced sanitizing practices.

Cindy Greenya, President of the Blue Ridge Association of Realtors, offered a positive outlook for the industry, “All of us are walking into an unknown time. Realtors and the Association are trying to figure out how to adapt and change. We are still very low on inventory, houses are still selling and our affiliates and members are working on adjusting the way they do business as well. People still need to buy and sell houses, people are still moving. Now is just a time for us to adjust and change, and at some point in the future life will go back to normal, we just don’t know when that will be.” She added that she’s still seeing showings, especially on vacant property, but she has heard from colleagues that slowdowns are happening and deals are falling through. She’s been blessed to date with showing activity but is anxious to see what happens when her many upcoming listings hit the market. So far, she’s encouraging her sellers to not delay and to get on the market as planned since buyers are seeking additional homes inventory and interest rates are at an all-time low. She also emphasizes the importance for real estate professionals to keep in close communication with their clients and to invest time to keep abreast of the FAQs and COVID-19 releases being published by Virginia REALTORS at www.virginiarealtors.org/coronavirus.

Sharon Cales of Remax in Front Royal (a top producing Realtor for three decades and partner with Ken and Donna Evans of frontroyalagents.com) has the following commentary to share with the community:
My biggest concerns are for the welfare of our clients and their families. While our job is to sell real estate we are still obligated by our code of ethics to keep “the best interest of the client” at the forefront. Knowing that there may be a silent killer on the doorstep makes it more difficult than ever before. As an industry, we are being told to disinfect the surfaces, stop hand to face contact and keep washing our hands. My concern is that this is not enough. Some still appear to think this is a hoax or overkill, REALTORs included. Those of us who have friends still recovering know better. Showing vacant properties is a much easier process. While I still have concerns, I can indeed disinfect and do what is suggested by the CDC. However, the necessary items they suggest using are in VERY short supply and in most cases impossible to get. Occupied properties are where my largest concerns lie. There is no way for us to know what the homeowners are doing to protect their environment or what the buyers or sellers may have been exposed to. This is an environment that is an accident looking for a place to happen. We have the ability to either take the virus into an otherwise safe environment or bring it out with us into the world. Not a safe situation for anyone.

While the government has named us essential, it is my belief that the guidelines should be refined. We still need to process existing cases and get buyers and sellers to the closing table while taking the necessary precautions set forth by the CDC. However, it is my opinion that showings should be limited to vacant homes. In the event showings on occupied properties is essential, the buyers and sellers both should agree to sign off on an authorization form stating both parties understand the possible ramifications. I’m sure some brokers might be OK with that. However, this does still not address the possible infection for the REALTOR. Some Brokers and companies have already made statements concerning their policies. Most have not and it’s business almost as usual. Since we are an industry based on commission income and the future of the market is uncertain, many REALTORS are going to be willing to take the risks I’m afraid.

Sharon Cales on Current Buyer/Seller Traffic:
My showings are way down also. I’d say it’s a reduction of 85% or so. I have had a few calls but several canceled after scheduling and hearing the daily news updates. I do have a couple touring this weekend. However, I am only showing vacant properties. The phones are VERY quiet and although I am continuing to touch base with buyers and sellers, the return calls are not coming in. People seem to be very concerned. Last week, nobody knew anybody affected, but now everybody seems to know somebody being tested or positive for the virus. Listings are almost down to nothing also. Sellers don’t seem to know which way to go. I have ratified 3 contracts, but all have been on vacant properties.

Broker/Owner of Main Street Front Royal’s Exit Premier Realty, Jim Clark (theclarkteamrealty.com), who has been thriving as one of the top producers in Warren County in recent years offers encouragement:

The real estate industry is the most resilient industry in the world. We work in an ever-changing landscape in an ever-changing world, and it changes very quickly sometimes. From economic impacts, legislative requirements, dealing with influxes of foreclosures and short sales, etc, etc. We real estate professional weather the storm, time after time after time. Coronavirus is another storm. It’s a big scary storm. But we are adapting. From virtual showings, video conferencing with clients, and we’re even working on e-closing so clients don’t have to sign their settlement docs in person. We will get through this, just like we have every other time… every other storm. We’ll be stronger and better for it. Because we are all in this together. May God bless and protect us all, and God bless America.

Jim Clark on Current Buyer/Seller Traffic:
I’d say we are down 80% from 2 weeks ago in showings for buyers and of listings, showings on my listings have totally died as well. A few here and there. But it’s really come to a total stop. It’s sad. So many people want to buy and want to sell but they can’t.

A March 23rd Virginia REALTORS Press Release States: Going into March 2020, consumer confidence remained high; however, it is likely these consumer confidence measures will fall this spring. Says Virginia REALTORS® Chief Economist Lisa Sturtevant, Ph.D., “Heading into the spring, local housing markets across Virginia were strong, and February was a good month for the market. While the full impact of COVID-19 is not yet certain, strong economic fundamentals in the Commonwealth can help support a quick recovery. We’ll know much more when March housing market data are available in mid-April.”

Contact a Realtor for updates concerning the local market or reach out to Beth Medved Waller at beth@whatmattersw2.com or 540-671-6145. Check out her column at the Royal Examiner for future updates and videos pertaining to the market.

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Tire maintenance: 3 steps to take in spring

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February 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
2019-02-02T11:00:00-05:00
2019-02-02T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Art in the Valley
205-A East Main St | Front Royal
VA 22630
Cost:
Fee is $30 and materials are included.
Contact:
Kelli Hart
540-252-2260

 

In many parts of the country, winter can take a toll on your car’s tires. Here are three tire maintenance tasks you should perform every spring

1. Change your tires
Winter tires perform poorly on hot, dry roads. If you used them over the last few months, now’s the time to switch back to all-season or summer tires.

2. Check the pressure
Cold air causes the pressure in your tires to decrease, deflating them and making them unsafe to drive on when the weather is warmer. Check the owner’s manual to verify the exact pressure range that’s best for your tires and inflate them accordingly.

3. Inspect the tread
No matter what type of tires you use, it’s their tread that provides the necessary traction to stop your car from slipping and sliding in wet and icy conditions. Many tires have tread wear indicators inside the grooves. If your indicators are flush with the grooves, the tires are no longer safe to drive on.

Finally, visually inspect your tires. If you notice uneven wear, cuts, bulges or other irregularities, it may be time to replace them.

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April celebrity birthdays!

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February 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
2019-02-02T11:00:00-05:00
2019-02-02T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Art in the Valley
205-A East Main St | Front Royal
VA 22630
Cost:
Fee is $30 and materials are included.
Contact:
Kelli Hart
540-252-2260

Georges Biard / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)

 

Do you share an April birthday with a celebrity?

1 – Ali MacGraw, “Love Story” actress, Pound Ridge, N.Y., 1939.

2 – Christopher Meloni, TV, movies, Washington, D.C., 1961.

3 – Eddie Murphy, “Beverly Hills Cop,” Brooklyn, N.Y., 1961.

4 – David Blaine, magician, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1973.

5 – Max Gail, “Barney Miller” actor, Grosse Point, Mich., 1943.

6 – Merle Haggard, singer, songwriter, Bakersfield, Calif., 1937.

7 – Russell Crowe, “Gladiator” actor, New Zealand, 1964.

8 – Patricia Arquette, “Medium” actress, Chicago, Ill., 1968.

9 – Cynthia Nixon, “Sex and the City,” actress, New York, 1966.

10 – Steven Seagal, “On Deadly Ground,” Lansing, Mich., 1951.

11 – Ellen Goodman, Pulitzer Prize, Newton, Mass., 1948.

14 – Loretta Lynn, singer, Butcher’s Hollow, Ky., 1935.

16 – Pope Benedict XVI, church leader, Germany, 1927.

17 – Jennifer Garner, “Alias” actress, Houston, Texas, 1972.

18 – Conan O’Brien, TV host, Brookline, Mass., 1963.

19 – Kate Hudson, “Almost Famous” actress, Los Angeles, 1979.

20 – Jessica Lange, two Academy Awards, Cloquet, Minn., 1949.

22 – Jack Nicholson, Academy Awards, Neptune, N.J., 1936.

23 – Lee Majors, “Fall Guy” actor, Wyandotte, Mich., 1940.

25 – Renee Zellweger, “Cold Mountain”, Katy, Texas, 1969.

26 – Joan Chen, “Twin Peaks” actress, China, 1961.

27 – Jack Klugman, “Quincy, ME” actor, Philadelphia, 1922.

28 – John Daly, golfer, Carmichael, Calif., 1966.

30 – Kirsten Dunst, “Spider-Man,” Point Pleasant, N.J, 1982.

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2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty FX4

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February 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
2019-02-02T11:00:00-05:00
2019-02-02T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Art in the Valley
205-A East Main St | Front Royal
VA 22630
Cost:
Fee is $30 and materials are included.
Contact:
Kelli Hart
540-252-2260

Edmunds Expert Review says that for most of us, a half-ton pickup truck, such as Ford’s own F-150, is more than adequate, easily handling the occasional hauling and towing chores. Transporting goods from Home Depot, moving the kid to college and towing a pair of jet skis or snowmobiles aren’t a problem for a half-tonner. But for equestrians, owners of large boats and those who tow trailers that resemble rolling condos, a 3/4-ton pickup is a must. Ford’s entry in this class was the 2008 F-250 Super Duty. See more photos here.

Contact Jamie at Elite Auto Sales 540-631-7230, or stop by the lot at 1372 John Marshall Hwy, Front Royal, VA.

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Troop 53 Annual Mulch Sale – Apr 4, 2020

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When:
February 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
2019-02-02T11:00:00-05:00
2019-02-02T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
Art in the Valley
205-A East Main St | Front Royal
VA 22630
Cost:
Fee is $30 and materials are included.
Contact:
Kelli Hart
540-252-2260

Spring is approaching and Troop 53 is preparing for their annual mulch fundraiser. The funds raised will help support troop activities and send our Boy Scouts to summer camp where they learn valuable skills in leadership, outdoors, and many more through the scouting program.

They will be accepting pre-orders through April 2, 2020, so please place your order to reserve the quantities needed before we sell out. All pick up orders will be available for pick up on Saturday, April 4, 2020, at the Front Royal Volunteer Fire and Rescue and deliveries will be made the same day.

The mulch bags are the same 3 cubic feet (larger than standard 2CF bags at the retail stores) shredded hardwood in a dark brown color.

Pricing for this year:

• $4.05 per bag for pick up

• $4.55 per bag for delivery

Orders may be placed via:

• Email the completed order form to mulch@bsa-troop53.org

• Text 540-692-9110 with name, address, number, email, and quantity.

• Mail the completed order form to Troop 53 Mulch c/o Britton Bowman, 162 Ascalon Dr, Middletown, VA 22645

• Call 540-692-9110; If we are unable to answer right away, please leave a detailed message with name, number, address, and quantity and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

The Troop can accept payments via credit/debit cards with a 4% fee to cover the processing fees. Please let us know if you wish to pay via credit/debit card and a payable invoice will be emailed to you.

Please forward this message to family, friends, and neighbors to help us spread the word.

Thank you for your continued support of  Troop 53.

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