Welcome to FRWRC Center Stage with Cara Cutro, owner of Abracadabra Massage & Wellness in beautiful Sperryville, VA. She has some big news to share about the expansion of her business. Watch this episode to learn about the Who, What, Why, and Where of Abracadabra, The Tattooed Herbalist, Wisdomkeepers School and Cara. Learn a bit about Cara and the “why” behind most of her work.
You are going to be VERY excited about some of the new offerings Cara and her “healing collective” bring to your wellness experience. They focus on emotional, physical, spiritual, and mental healings. Ashiatsu Massage and Ozone Sauna Therapy, in addition to new Apothecary & class space are top of the list of new reasons you must go out to Abracadabra Massage & Wellness.
Abracadabra Massage & Wellness
- Cara Cutro, LMT, RMT, BMSc, Owner
- Website: www.CaraCadabra.com
- Location: 32 Main Street | Sperryville, VA 22740
- Phone: (540) 878-7085
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“Socktober” – A sock drive for the Thermal Shelter
It’s not too late to still participate in “Socktober!” The Thermal Shelter of Front Royal is getting started back up again. For those of you who do not know, the Thermal Shelter provides a safe warm place for our local homeless to sleep, receive a warm meal, and get a few supplies… like SOCKS! We are currently collecting NEW SOCKS for the Thermal Shelter 2020/21 winter.
This video was created for LFK Elementary School. If you have a student at LFK, they are currently hosting “Socktober”. Please send new socks in with your Lil’cats. If not, please feel free to drop your donation off at the Warren County Department of Social Services: 465 W 15th St, Front Royal, VA 22630.
FRWRC Center Stage: Toni Sauder and Bad Ass Pickles
FRWRC Center Stage with Toni Sauder & Bad Ass Pickles: You are in for a treat! Watch this episode to learn the Who, What, Why, and Where behind Bad Ass Pickles. So many flavors to choose, from Bread & Butter to lots of HEATS of Dill, oh my!
Find Bad Ass Pickles in person:
- 21 Main Street – Saturday Mornings from 8am-12noon
- Warrenton’s Farmers Market
- The Plains – Sunday Mornings from 10am – 2pm
- Archwood Green Barns’ Farmers Market
- Watch their website for info on what Brewery Bad Ass Pickles might be visiting.
Front Royal Women’s Resource Center is featuring a new series called Center Stage. This is a chance for women in our community to share information about business, causes, events that are special to them. Host Jen Avery makes it fun, easy, and “empowering.” Contact the FRWRC for more information. Are you a member of the FRWRC? Consider membership too!
Front Royal Women’s Resource Center
“Empowering Women to Change Their World”
President of Reaching Out Now shares her story, Part 3 of 4, in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Samantha Barber committed to sharing her story in four tributes. Here is tribute three; I am so honored to be helping her share her story:
“Am I enough? I AM ENOUGH!” Can you relate to these statements? In life, we sometimes compare ourselves to those around us who appear to have it all together…
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Rotary Club of Warren County Shred Day
This weekend, the Rotary Club of Warren County hosted Community Shred Day. Thank you to all of our community members who took advantage of this service and donated! A few successful stats:
- Over 100 cars
- $729.35 donated to the Front Royal Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department from people dropping off their shred
- 4,840 lbs. of paper shredded
Thank you to all of our Rotarians who came out to support the event:
- Kahle Magalis
- Ellen Aders
- Gayle Hartman
- Melanie Hamel
- Melanie Barber
- Michelle Smeltzer
- Michael Williams
- Dave Hardy
- Carol Hardy
- MariJo Cochran
- Krista Beahm and husband
- Debbie Grove
- Hank Ecton
President of Reaching Out Now shares her story, Part 2 of 4, in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Last week, in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Samantha Barber committed to sharing her story in four tributes. Here is tribute two:
“For the past 7 plus years, I’ve intentionally suppressed this reality that was my life, only sharing with friends and in environments where I felt safe and comfortable. I can’t be silent anymore. I have an amazing support system- my family and the very few who are in my inner circle. I am so very grateful for that but I’m most grateful for my husband. He’s never left my side, he remained close when I was broken, he remained close when I needed space to heal.
He remained close when I trusted no one, He remained close and showed me and our children what true unselfish love looked like. He created a safe space for me to say My Life’s My Life.”
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President of Reaching Out Now shares her story, Part 1 of 4, in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
As a contribution for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, I would like to help Samantha Barber share her story:
I’m a wife, mother, daughter, sister, niece, friend, and President of Reaching Out Now, I wear many hats with healed scars. Today I have chosen to share a deeply personal story in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
As my husband and children have given me their blessing to share, we hope that my story will help others find the courage to change their circumstances and live freely.
“I often wondered if someday I would have the courage to step out into the unfamiliar and raise my voice for HOPE. To not cowardly keep silent, to not allow shame to grip my soul. To speak out loudly – to be a voice for the voiceless. I wonder no more, so I share with you the mess that has become my message. Yes, I’m living proof; proof that you can rise from the dark place of Domestic Violence.
In honor of those who have been deeply wounded by Domestic Violence today, and during this month, I share a piece of my story over the next four Mondays, I speak out to bring awareness to the silent killer – known as Domestic Violence.”
A piece of me, I share with you: reachingoutnow.org/mirror-mirror