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Humane Society sees rosy future after 2018 “fiasco”, announces new programs for animal shelter

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The Humane Society of Warren County Board of Directors, photographed with their new Julia Wagner Animal Shelter executive director, Meghan Bowers (far right) at the HSBC annual meeting April 9. / Courtesy photo by Ken Thurman

It was all good news and good fun at this year’s recent annual dinner meeting of the Human Society of Warren County compared to what some members termed “the 2018 fiasco.”

The board of directors was and is functioning well, there’s a new and promising animal shelter director on board, adoptions are mostly up, fund-raisers, including a couple of big ones, are back on track, and the accounts are in the black.

A mid-year membership meeting and a board retreat were held shortly after last year’s annual meeting leading to a revival of a then flagging organization.

The dinner at the Bowling Green Golf and Country Club was a small-ish affair for an organization with membership in the hundreds, but sufficient of a quorum to re-elect president Ellen Aders, Amy Thurman and Deb Myers, to the board.

Aders opened the meeting by crediting the vestiges of last year’s board – there were a couple of resignations announced after the 2018 annual meeting – coming together and correcting past mistakes while at the same time introducing new goals to benefit staff and the homeless animals they are charged with caring for.

The appointment of a new executive director, Meghan Bowers, effective last December, was considered a huge step forward. She was lauded by Aders for advancing a “legacy giving plan” allowing animal lovers to give shelter donations through their wills. Aders drew a few gasps in announcing among new objectives the revival of an old plan to build “our own spay and neuter clinic” and to purchase outright the Progress Drive shelter facility. For the shelter staff led by manager Kayla Wines, she promised to look into better pay and benefits for staffers that would include health insurance and a savings plan, similar to the national 401K savings program.

Unlike certain other organizations in the town and county, treasurer Michelle Kosiorek was able to report “a clean audit” for the year, and a net income over expenses of $7,969. It cost $610,768 to run the shelter last year; gross income was $618,737. While Warren County underwrites about half of the expenses, the shelter received some $36,000 in grants; and $109,000 through its “Save the Paws Alliance” program involving 22 major donors.

The animal banks one sees on store and office counters around town raised $3,458 last year. Fundraising events, which suffered last year when the Society dropped the ball on the popular “Waggin’ for Dragons” boat race on the Shenandoah River, nevertheless realized $41,600 from individual fundraisers supported by volunteers and the general membership. Sixteen corporate sponsors also contributed, thus helping HSWC to remain in the black at year’s end. HSWC hopes to emulate past years net receipts ($40,000 plus on average) with the re-emergence of the boat race in August of this year.

Significantly Aders singled out the scores of volunteers (staff volunteer coordinator is Sue Wagoner) who zeroed in on directly helping the homeless animals, principally dogs and cats, and her board members (Julie Covert, vice president; Michelle Kosiorek, treasurer; Amy Thurman, secretary; Katrina Meade, Amy Cavalier, Melania Catron, and appointee Debbie Myers). For additional praise, she singled out Thurman, a former HSWC president, who was invited to bring her experience to the board mid-year and remains this year as board secretary.

She said 22 foster families helped 113 cats and five dogs in 2018 and 123 volunteers provided 3,589 hours of service to the shelter. Caroline Craig topped the volunteer group by contributing 500-plus hours of service, the gold standard. Aders herself contributed 250-499 hours reaching the silver level. Other bronze medal (100-249 hours) recipients were: Ruth Lewis, Terry and Virginia McKinnon; Katrina Meade; Abbe Mulvena; Robin Whittington; and Michelle Kosiorek. “Sheer Elegance Pet Boutique” was honored with the Community Partnership Award.

Executive director Bowers reserved most of her podium time to recognize “our leadership team” whom she identified, and introduced as being responsible for maintaining a high – 95.7% “save” rate (dogs) and $94.4% “save” rate for cats, thus continuing the Julie Wagner shelter its “no kill” status for another year. Michael Kerns, feline team leader, received special recognition for his 15 years service at the shelter.

Bowers, on behalf of last year’s staff work before she arrived, advised 930 dogs and cats that were adopted out. “A big thank you to our adopters…we couldn’t do it without you,” she said. In addition, 270 “strays” were reclaimed by owners.

After the meeting, Bowers said a new animal transportation van purchased last year would be recognizable by its “wrap” – a new paint job prominently identifying HSWC – later this week – thanks to the late Pearl Zigler and the Rotary Club of Front Royal.

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FREE Super Hero Summer Camp at Front Royal Presbyterian Church

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Front Royal Presbyterian Church and Calvary Episcopal Church will offer Super Hero Summer at Front Royal Presbyterian Church from July 22-26, 9:00AM-1:00PM, featuring Reading, Math, Science, Outdoor Games, Breakfast, Snack, and Lunch.

Calling all Superheroes! Front Royal Presbyterian Church and Calvary Episcopal Church are proud to bring Super Hero Summer to Front Royal Presbyterian Church again this year. Super Hero Summer will offer local children entering grades 3-5 an opportunity to have fun while learning. The program is free of charge, and will feature activities to boost skills in reading, math and science, as well as health and safety tips from community leaders and outdoor games. Local transportation, breakfast, a snack, and lunch will also be provided.

To register, contact Carrie Evans at (540) 635-3894, or email pastor@frontroyalpres.org. You can also CLICK HERE to register online!

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Samuels Public Library Adult Programming events for July 1-15

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It’s Showtime at Your Library!

Summer reading isn’t just for kids. Check out Samuels Public Library’s 2019 Adult Summer Reading Program from June 7th to August 10th. This summer we’re taking show and tell to a new level. Cool programs, movies, and prizes for grownups. There’s something for everyone this summer at Samuels Library! Register for the summer reading program, for an opportunity to win awesome prizes, online at www.samuelslibrary.net or at the adult reference desk.  Record each book you read online or ask reference staff to record titles for you. You will receive one entry in our weekly drawing for every print, eBook and audiobook you record. You can also download free ebooks, magazines, videos and music on our website so don’t miss out!


English as a Second Language Discussion Group

Samuels Public Library invites you to come out and join us for our English as a Second language discussion group starting. This is a conversational English language class for adults whose primary language is not English. All skill levels are welcome. Practice speaking English in a welcoming, group atmosphere. This group meets every Tuesday & Thursday at 10:00 am


Library Closings

The library will be closed Thursday, July 4th in Observance of Independence Day. The library will resume normal hours Friday, July 5th.


Genealogy Nuts: Shake Your Family Tree

Samuels Public Library invites you to a workshop for beginning to advanced genealogists. Discover your family roots with a team of genealogists who together have researched more than 50,000 names. Classes are held 1st & 3rd Thursday nights at 6:00 P.M. (July 18th) Class will not meet the first Thursday as the library will be closed in observance of the 4th of July.


Vibes in the Libes: PVC Band in a Bucket

Join John Kovak and the PVC Band in a Bucket for this special Vibes in the Libes presentation Friday, July 5th at 12:30 P.M. Discover the wonderful music that can be made with simple instruments made from inexpensive PVC pipe. Bring your lunch, your friends and be prepared to be amazed and entertained.


American Red Cross Blood drive

The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be parked in the library’s parking lot from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Monday, July 8th. Consider giving the gift of life!


Front Royal Sewing Group

Samuels Public Library invites you to the Front Royal Sewing Group that meets every 2nd and 4th Monday at 10:30 A.M. ( July 8th, & 22nd) and every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 6:00 P.M. (June 9th & 23rd). People with all levels of sewing skills from beginner to advanced. Bring your own sewing machine. There is a limited number of extra sewing machines available for people who give advance notice.


Crochet Group

Samuels Public Library invites you to come out and learn how to crochet or share your talents. The group will meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 10:00 A.M (July 11th & 24th). All ability levels welcome.


It’s Showtime: Latte Art

Join us at the library Thursday, July 11th at 6:00 P.M. for an arts and crafts demonstration for adults! For this program learn how to make cool and interesting latte art!


It’s Showtime: PVC Instruments with John Kovac

Join artist and musician John Kovak Saturday, July 13th at 10:30 A.M. for a special workshop creating and playing musical instruments made out of PVC. Space in this program is very limited. All participants must register to participate. This program is part of our Adult Summer Reading Program, “Showtime @ Your Library!” Arts and crafts, fishing, cooking photography and more. There’s something for everyone this summer at Samuels Library!

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Children’s activities at Samuels Public Library for the month of July

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These are the events taking place in the Youth Services Department of Samuels Public Library during the month of July.  Thank you for sharing this information.  More information about Samuels Library and the programs and services available can be found at www.samuelslibrary.net or by calling (540) 635-3153.


Monday, July 1

  • 2:00 Teen Improv.  Just like on television or in a comedy club, teens will play a fun game of improvisation.  For ages 12 and up.  Registration begins June 1.

Tuesday, July 2

  • 11:00 Time for Baby.  What do books, scarves, puppets, music and babies have in common?  They are all part of Time for Baby.  Join us as we use all of our senses to explore the world around us.  This month we will celebrate red, white, and blue!  Meet with your baby up to two years of age.  Siblings welcome.
  • 3:30 Science Scouts.  Explore the mysteries of the world through science! In this weekly program, we will discuss and perform hands on investigations of STEM-related topics.  This week, we’ll learn all about atmospheric layers.  For ages 6 – 11.  Registration begins June 2.

Wednesday, July 3

  • 10:15 Toddler Story time.
  • 11:00 Preschool Story time.

Our stories, songs, and craft will be about our great country, America!  Siblings welcome.


Saturday, July, 6

  • 10:00 Books and Barks.  Come to our extremely popular monthly program that gives developing readers the chance to read and relax with a trained therapy dog.  For beginning readers and up.  Choose a time slot at registration, which begins June 6.
  • 2:00 Discuss This.  Are you inspired by good books, articles, movies, and art? Do you write, draw, or enjoy playing music? If so, join us as we discuss books and share our creations. This is a group for those who wish to talk seriously about a variety of topics.  Refreshments will be provided.   For ages 12 and up.  Registration begins June 6.

Tuesday, July 9

  • 2:00 Creepy Crawlies.  Discover some of the most feared and misunderstood animals as we meet them up close and uncover the myths about creatures such as poisonous toads, pythons, spiders, hissing cockroaches, and even a skunk!  For the whole family.  Presented by Wildlife Ambassadors.
  • 3:30 Science Scouts.  Explore the mysteries of the world through science! In this weekly program, we will discuss and perform hands on investigations of STEM-related topics.  This week, it’s Sundial STEM.  We will be building and observing a sundial and talking about the history of time telling devices and how a sundial works.  For ages 6 – 11.  Registration begins June 9.

Wednesday, July 10 and Thursday, July 11

  • 10:15 Toddler Story time.
  • 11:00 Preschool Story time.

Get ready to dive in to our ocean story time, full of wonderful stories, songs, and a craft!  Siblings welcome.


Friday, July 12

  • 11:00 Music and Movement for Families.  Engage in a rich play environment in which children will be singing, dancing, and using musical instruments.  Studies have shown how music and movement promotes cognitive, emotional, and social growth in children.  Parents and children should register together, as space is limited.  Registration begins June 12.  For ages 0-7, and their parents.  Presented by Karen Erickson of the Northern Virginia Academy of Ballet.
  • 2:00 Ballet for All Learners.  It’s Showtime at the Library!  Come in and dance with us!  Discover the joy of moving to music.  Learn ballet basics while delving into the fascinating world of composers and choreographers.  For ages 8 and up.  Registration begins June 12.  Presented by Karen Erickson of the Northern Virginia Academy of Ballet.

Saturday, July 13

  • 11:00 World of Lego.  Children ages 5 and up are invited to explore all the amazing things you can do with Legos.  Registration begins June 13.
  • 2:00 Sami Kart Tournament.  3, 2, 1, Go! Join us for a Mario Kart Wii tournament and demonstrate your racing skills. Family and friends are welcome to watch and cheer on their racers in this friendly competition! Light refreshments provided. For ages 10 – 18.  Registration begins June 13.

Monday, July 15

  • 2:00 Monday Movie: Sing.  Join us for a musical movie adventure, complete with popcorn!  For ages 5 and up.  Registration begins June 15.

Tuesday, July 16

  • 3:30 Science Scouts.  Explore the mysteries of the world through science! In this weekly program, we will discuss and perform hands on investigations of STEM-related topics.  This week, we will investigate plant cells, learning what the different parts of the cells do.  For ages 6 – 11.  Registration begins June 16.

Wednesday, July 17

  • 10:15 Toddler Story time.
  • 11:00 Preschool Story time.

Settle in for a slow-moving story time, featuring our friends, the turtles!  We’ll have fun with our songs and craft, too!  Siblings welcome.


Thursday, July 18

  • 11:00 Take a Giant Leap.  “Take a Giant Leap” as Rainbow Puppets presents its most active musical production ever.  We start out looking at the stars and end up trying to leap into history, while recalling the contributions of the Wright Brothers, the Tuskegee Airmen, and NASA.   The whole family will enjoy this musical puppet show!

Saturday, July 20

  • 11:00 Ole! Mexican Fiesta: A Children’s Garden Program.  Join us as we plant tomatoes around the garden. Afterwards come inside and make homemade guacamole and salsa served with chips. Celebrate with Mexican music and a piñata!  For ages 6 and up.  Registration begins June 20.
  • 2:00 Dungeons & Dragons (Group A.)  Hail and well met, Adventurers! A new program is taking place for teens 13+.  Dungeons and Dragons is an interactive, imaginative game that stimulates the mind with critical thinking, problem solving, and quick wits. New to the game?  No problem.  Our Game Master is prepared to help all learn the game and provide an enjoyable experience for all.  Space is limited, so join up while there’s still room on the list!

Tuesday, July 23

  • 3:30 Science Scouts.  Explore the mysteries of the world through science! In this weekly program, we will discuss and perform hands on investigations of STEM-related topics.  Our solar system is so big, it is hard to imagine!  This week, come in and experience our Solar System Scale, which will demonstrate the scale of planets in relation to others, along with the distance between them.  For ages 6 – 11.  Registration begins June 23.

Wednesday, July 24 and Thursday, July 25

  • 10:15 Toddler Story time.
  • 11:00 Preschool Story time.

What’s special about summertime?  Find out during our stories, songs, and craft this week!  Siblings welcome.


Thursday, July 25

  • 2:00 You’re a Star!  Come get the star treatment at this fun program full of crafts, snacks, music, and movies!  For ages 7 and up.  Registration begins June 25.

Friday, July 26

  • 2:00 Escape Room.  Escape the library! Can you solve intricate puzzles, decode riddles, and unlock secrets, to escape the library within an hour?  For ages 12-18.  Registration begins June 26.

Saturday, July 27

  • 11:00 A.M. Kooky Chefs Cook It Up:  Summer Picnic. Join us as we prepare classic picnic fare and enjoy our refreshments in the garden.  For ages 9 and up.  Registration begins June 27.
  • 2:00 Dungeons & Dragons (Group B.)  Hail and well met, Adventurers! A new program is taking place for teens 13+.  Dungeons and Dragons is an interactive, imaginative game that stimulates the mind with critical thinking, problem solving, and quick wits. New to the game?  No problem.  Our Game Master is prepared to help all learn the game and provide an enjoyable experience for all.  Space is limited, so join up while there’s still room on the list!

Tuesday, July 30

  • 3:30 Science Scouts.  Explore the mysteries of the world through science! In this weekly program, we will discuss and perform hands on investigations of STEM-related topics.  Summer is a great time to go boating!  This week, we’ll learn how boats stay afloat and the history of watercraft during our Float Your Boat club.  For ages 6 – 11.  Registration begins June 30.

Wednesday, July 31

  • 10:15 Toddler Story time.
  • 11:00 Preschool Story time.

There’s fun in store at the County Fair!  Come in for exciting stories, songs, and a craft!  Siblings welcome.

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Northern Virginia 4-H Educational Center announces fireworks show

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The Northern Virginia 4-H Educational Center is pleased to again host the 2019 Independence Day Celebration. This year’s event will be on Friday, July 5th at the 4-H Center.

Festivities will begin at 4:00 p.m. and will continue throughout the evening including live patriotic music performed by the American Legion Community Band. Also, vendor tables, children’s games, and food trucks will be set up by community partners to keep guests entertained until the capstone event of a professional fireworks display – set to include fully 1,000 individual “oohs and ahhs!” Parking will be available and Warren County Sheriff Department will be present for security and egress traffic support. A voluntary donation (recommended $5 per vehicle) will be requested at the gate to help offset the cost of the event.

New 4H Center Director Jeremy Stanford says “In my thus short tenure as a resident of the Front Royal/Warren County area, I have gained a clear understanding of how important this event is to our community, specifically this year, but generally as an annual celebration. I am very pleased to be able to revive this event and particularly impressed with how many citizens, companies, and agencies have demonstrated an eager willingness to support the event through sponsorship. Please join us for this outstanding event and consider supporting our sponsors.”

4H Center Board of Directors President Tobin Smith says “We are excited to host the fireworks at the 4-H Center again this year. This is an important community celebration for Front Royal and Warren County and we are pleased to be a part of it.”


The Northern Virginia 4-H Educational Center is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization with a mission to facilitate experiential learning programs for youth, families, and adults. Since 1981, the 4-H Center has offered year-round, research-based programming to the youth and families of Northern Virginia. In addition to nine weeks of summer 4-H camp, the Center offers a full range of day and overnight camps, environmental education and team-building programs, and conference and meeting facilities and services. The 4-H Center provides meals and lodging for campers and adult guests, as well as access to the Appalachian trail, a challenge course, outdoor pool, pond fishing, sports fields, and horse stables.

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This week’s showtimes at Royal Cinemas as of June 20th

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Are you looking for the full movie-going experience without having to wait in the long lines that often accompany that experience? Then look no further because Royal Cinemas movie theatre is the answer. Get the whole gang together and enjoy a movie! Here is a list of this week’s showtimes at Royal Cinemas as of Thursday, June 20:

•  Thurs – 12:45, 3:20, 6:00 & 8:40
•  Daily – 12:45, 3:25, 6:00 & 8:35
Rated PG13 |  Run Time: 1 hour 55 min

•  Thurs – 12:55, 3:30, 6:20 & 8:35
•  Daily – 1:10, 3:30, 6:10 & 8:25
Rated PG |  Run Time: 1 hour 30 min

•  Thurs – 6:05 & 8:30
•  Sat & Sun – 12:55, 3:20, 6:05 & 8:30
Rated G |  Run Time: 1 hour 40 min


Ticket prices are as follows:

  • Adult: $9
  • Child (under 12): $6
  • Military: $7
  • Student (college): $7
  • Senior: $7
  • Matinees, All Seating: $6

Other movies coming soon to Royal Cinemas:

  • “Spider-Man: Far from Home”
  • “Stuber”
  • “The Lion King”
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The American Legion Community Band Concert at the Gazebo. Enjoy!

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The American Legion Community Band performed its first concert in June 2019, on Friday, June 14th. The second will be on Friday, June 28 at the gazebo on Main Street in Front Royal, Va. The concert will begin at 7:00 pm and is free of charge.

The Royal Examiner’s camera was there. Enjoy the concert.

The Gazebo Gathering Summer Concert Series 2019 is sponsored by the Blue Ridge Arts Council & Gallery of Front Royal, VA.

The American Legion Community Band, located in Front Royal, Va, was formed in 1986 and has been playing concerts in the area ever since. The conductors and band members are all volunteer musicians from the local area and new members are always welcome.

The American Legion Community Band performs at a variety of concerts and community festivals throughout the year. All performances are free and open to the public. Their repertoire is both versatile and traditional with works ranging from classical to popular, marches and operatic overtures to modern works for band.

The band is sponsored by the Giles B. Cook Post #53 of the American Legion.

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