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Sons of the American Revolution honor Revolutionary War patriot with Grave Marking Ceremony

On April 10, 2021, the Colonel James Wood II Chapter (CJWII), Virginia Society Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) sponsored a Patriot Grave Marking Ceremony to honor William Ewing, a Revolutionary War Patriot. The ceremony was held at the Ewing Family Cemetery, Stephens City in front of several descendants of William and neighbors from the surrounding area.

The combined color guard, standing left to right: Bill Wright, Larry Jonson, Bill Schwetke, Dale Corey, Dennis Parmerter, Erick Moore, Will Reynolds, Paul Christensen, Chip Daniel, Mike Dennis, Brett Osborn, Dave Cook and Paula Schwoerer; Kneeling left to right: Jacob Schwoerer, Marc Robinson, Eric Robinson, Ken Bonner, Doug Hall, Sean Carrigan, Barry Schwoerer, Mike Weyler and Charles Jameson. Photos courtesy of Deborah Corey.

William Ewing was born in 1711 in Ireland. His family immigrated to the new world in 1729 to avoid religious persecution. They arrived in Chester, Pennsylvania and settled just south of Lancaster. In 1737, William, along with other pioneers, migrated to the Shenandoah Valley. They settled in what was known at the time as Stephensburg. He purchased land from Lord Fairfax and after several legal disputes settled on 625 acres.

During the French and Indian War, William Ewing served in the Frederick County Militia in a company commanded by Colonel George Washington. He was 64-years-old when the Revolutionary War started, but supported the colonial effort by providing goods and services to the militia contributing butter and cheese. He had a brother and two sons who served in the militia during the War, and his wife provided support to the cause after William’s death. He died December 27, 1781, and was buried in the family cemetery on land from the original Ewing homestead.

The wreath presentation from left to right: Anita Bonner, Will Reynolds, Bill Schwetke, Charles Jameson, Mike Weyler, Dave Cook, Barry Schwoerer, Sara Boppe, Paula Schwoerer, Jacob Schwoerer, Bill Ewing and Nancy Watford.

The ceremony was emceed by Dale Corey, with the Virginia Society Color Guard commanded by Ken Bonner with Doug Hall (drummer), Sean Carrigan, Paul Christensen, Dave Cook, Chip Daniel, Mike Dennis, Erick Moore, Brett Osborn, Dennis Parmerter, Will Reynolds, Eric Robinson, Marc Robinson, Bill Schwetke, Barry Schwoerer and Jacob Schwoerer. The Rt Rev Larry Johnson provided chaplain duties with a family presentation by Mike Ewing. Wreaths were presented by Ray Ewing (Ewing Family), Mike Weyler, (Governor Virginia Order of Founders and Patriots), Will Reynolds (CMWII SAR), Virginia Society Past President Bill Schwetke (Virginia Society SAR), Barry Schwoerer (Colonel William Grayson SAR), President Charles Jameson (Culpeper Minutemen SAR), President Dave Cook (Fairfax Resolves SAR), Regent Sara Boppe (Fort Loudoun DAR), 2nd Regent Nancy Watford (Ketoctin DAR), Paula Schwoerer (Elizabeth McIntosh Hammill DAR), Anita Bonner (Lanes Mill DAR) and Jacob Schwoerer (Colonel William Grayson Society C.A.R.). Bill Wright played the bagpipes during a Betsy Ross Flag folding by Chip Daniel and Charles Jameson.

The flag was presented to Ray Ewing, the eldest descendant of William present for the commemoration. A musket salute was performed by Ken Bonner, Sean Carrigan, Dave Cook, Chip Daniel, Mike Dennis, Brett Osborn and Barry Schwoerer. Also participating for the CJWII Chapter were Marshall DeHaven, Gary Fletcher and Peter Himmelberger. Descendants of William who were present included Ray Ewing and his wife Betty, Bill Ewing, Charles Ewing and his daughter Kim and Mike Ewing with his wife Brenda and son Kyle.

The musket squad preparing to fire from left to right: Ken Bonner, Sean Carrigan, Chip Daniel, Dave Cook, Mike Dennis, Barry Schwoerer and Brett Osborn.

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Samuels Public Library Adult Programming Events for December



You can find and register for all library events on our website,

The Library will be closed for Christmas on Monday, December 25th and Tuesday, December 26th.

General Education Development

Every Tuesday & Thursday from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM

In person. Samuels Public Library is proud to host Laurel Ridge Community College’s General Education Development course. This course is completely free. Let this course be the stepping stone to your success. More information on registration dates and deadlines can be found on the LFCC website

Phoenix Project – Hope for New Beginnings

Third Tuesday of every month from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

In person. Serving all members of the Front Royal/Warren County community who have experienced or are currently experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault, Phoenix Project Advocates are available to provide crisis intervention, supportive counseling, safety planning, information and education, and more. Our services are free & confidential & trauma-informed. Hope. Help. Healing.

Bad Romance – Holiday Edition

Saturday, December 9th from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

In person. Do you consider yourself a hopeless romantic?  Are bad romances a guilty pleasure of yours? Then you should join us for a special in-person meeting for our romance genre discussion group! Bring that old romance paperback for a book swap, and look forward to a door prize, and potluck! Indulge us with your favorite romance books, movies, music or other media, and possibly discover a new treat in this awesome informal discussion! December’s discussion theme is Holiday.

Books & Beyond

Tuesday, December 12th from 6:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Hybrid, virtual and in person. Do you love books and sharing them as much as we do? Join us to delve into new worlds of conversation about new books at your community’s public library! To attend virtually, please register in advance to receive a zoom link close to the event date.

Genealogy Club

Wednesday, December 13th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

In person. Interested in your family’s history? Already done extensive research and want to be able to share your findings? Join our genealogy club where both novices and experts alike can come together and talk about different genealogy topics.

Photographing Winter’s Beauty

Saturday, December 9th from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Shenandoah River State Park

In person. Winter’s beauty is often a still, quiet solitude. While at the same time, the anticipation of the holidays warms our hearts. This session will explore how to capture both the mood of winter solitude and the joy of the holidays. We will review all of the skills from past sessions and depending on the weather… go out and capture winter in our beautiful park. All types of cameras from smartphones to professional cameras and levels of photographers are welcomed.  Dress in layers and come ready to share some joy of the season. Note: State Park parking fee rules apply for attending this program. The Library has a limited number of LVA state park bags with passes. Availability is not guaranteed.

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National Shelter Pets Day at Winchester Area SPCA



The Winchester Area SPCA will celebrate shelter pets on National Shelter Pets Day, which is on the first Thursday after Thanksgiving. This year, it takes place on November 30.

The day brings awareness to sheltered pets. Most people who have adopted a shelter pet can testify that shelters are full of great pets that provide companionship and unconditional love.

Stop by the WASPCA Adoption Center at 111 Featherbed Lane in Winchester, VA, on Thursday, November 30th, and adopt a shelter pet for just $30. All adoptable pets are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ready to go home with a new family to love. Click the link to see who needs a new home:

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Illuminating Hearts: The Celebration of Lights, a 40-Year Beacon of Memory and Hope



A Time-Honored Tradition Reimagined for Tomorrow.

From its modest beginnings in 1982, the Warren Memorial Hospital (WMH) Auxiliary’s “Celebration of Lights” has grown into more than just a festive event; it has become a heartfelt symbol of remembrance and a beacon of hope for the community. As the auxiliary marks the 41st anniversary of this cherished tradition, this year invites the community to a special ceremony that honors the past while shining a light on the future.

The inaugural event, featuring a grand fir tree on Shenandoah Avenue adorned with a thousand bulbs, was a vivid tribute to loved ones. The radiance of the “Starburst” light at the tree’s peak symbolized hope and unity, extending beyond mere festive illumination to ignite a spirit of communal support. The funds raised were crucial in nurturing future healthcare professionals through the WMH Auxiliary Scholarship Fund.

Yet, with the tides of change, the auxiliary adapted. The towering fir at the old hospital’s location gave way to a smaller yet equally symbolic tree at the new hospital. The traditional red and white bulbs transitioned into a more lasting form of tribute: a memory book. This book, filled with names and stories, serves as a poignant reminder of the lives touched by the community and continues to bolster the auxiliary’s mission.

The 2023 Celebration of Lights, scheduled for December 7th at 351 Valley Health Way, promises to be a blend of nostalgia and contemporary charm. Starting at 5:00 pm, the event will feature refreshments and the harmonious melodies of the Valley Chorale. It’s an evening dedicated to celebrating community bonds, honoring memories, and fostering the growth of future healthcare leaders.

The evolution of this event mirrors the story of Front Royal’s own transformative journey. The Celebration of Lights began as an offshoot of the Red Stocking Follies, a major fundraising production that concluded in 1981. The auxiliary’s creative pivot to the light celebration in 1982 breathed new life into their fundraising efforts, laying the foundation for a tradition that has stood the test of time. As the community gathers under the glow of the tree, they’re not just reliving a tradition; they’re rekindling a collective spirit and nurturing the seeds of future growth in healthcare.

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Trinity Lutheran Church Kris Kringle Market and Free Holiday Meal Dec 2/Dec 6 in Stephens City



“Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing, some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it.”  Hebrews 13:2 NIV

Rev. Janice Marie E. (“JMe”) Lowden invites the Shenandoah Valley community to join Trinity Lutheran Church in both festive events.

Kris Kringle Market

The Trinity Lutheran Church Kringle Market will take place on Saturday, December 2, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.  The Kringle Market is centrally located in the Newtown–Stephensburg Historic District in the Trinity Lutheran Church Parish Hall and parking lot on the corner of Main Street and State Route 277 (810 Fairfax Street).

“Modeled after the famous markets in Germany, the Kris Kringle Market will offer light displays, music, holiday food, handmade crafts, children’s activities, and a memorable shopping experience for all ages,” Chair of Social Outreach Ministry, Kim Begnaud, said.  “There will be handmade Christmas crafts for children and adults to make. Also, festive lights and ample Christmas decorations and trees.”

Trinity Lutheran Sanctuary beautifully decorated during the 2022 Christmas season. Tours of the Christmas-decorated church will be available throughout the event. Courtesy Trinity Lutheran Church.

Vendors will be selling soft pretzels, German brats, spiced cider, and hot chocolate.  The Lutheran Women’s group will be selling homemade cakes, cookies, and brownies.  Sewing for the Savior group will have handmade quilts for sale. A Kris Kringle actor will provide stories to get everyone in the holiday spirit.  “Tours of the Christmas-decorated church, built in 1906, will be available and there will be a “selfie” photo option in our lovely parlor by the fireplace,” The Reverend JMe Lowden said.

According to Begnaud, there is planning for 20 vendors to set up in the Trinity Lutheran Church parking lot.  The Kris Kringle Market is a fun and festive way to shop, and you can delight in viewing local hand-made and home-grown selections from baked goods, crochet, jewelry, custom shirts, tumbles, dog treats, wood crafts, alpaca scarves, hats and gloves and fleece items, placemats, holiday décor and more.  “Bring your holiday shopping list and find unique Christmas items for everyone, including something enjoyable for yourself,” said Begnaud.

Free Holiday Meal with all the fixings

If one has read the Surgeon General’s 2023 report on America’s epidemic of loneliness and crisis of disconnection, one can then understand the significance that a Holiday Meal can have on the community at large.  Meal sharing is a way to spend time with others, but more than that, it invites intimate conversations, laughter, and a spirit of togetherness.  It is easy to come together in fellowship when food is involved.

Trinity Church Parish Hall hosting the monthly community meal. Courtesy Trinity Lutheran Church.

As part of their monthly Community Meal offerings, Trinity Lutheran Church’s Annual Free Holiday Meal is scheduled for Wednesday December 6, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall.  According to Holiday Meal Coordinator, Vickie Hollis, the community meal has been served each Christmas season by the Social Outreach Team for over 20 years with breaks in their service during the build-out of the new parish hall and throughout the Covid breakout.

The idea for the community meal began from a series of committee discussions about the time and talents of the congregation members.  “We knew from many church suppers that our members had an incredible talent for cooking.  These discussions led to the premise that Trinity could successfully host a large free Annual Holiday Meal inviting the public,” Hollis said.  “Our first press releases listed a variety of reasons to attend.  Kids are driving you crazy?  More mouths to feed than money?  Hate doing dishes?  Come to downtown Stephens City and enjoy the Holiday Meal!”

Trinity Lutheran is passionate about reaching out to the local population.  “We have found that many of our guests live alone and enjoy sharing a meal and fellowship with other visitors.  We believe the fellowship is just as important as the food.  Trinity received our finest compliment from a guest who informed us that we served love on a plate,” Hollis said.

The full menu includes roast turkey and dressing, gravy, sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, rolls, apple, cherry, pumpkin and pecan pies, coffee, iced tea, and water.  The Social Outreach Team usually serves around 100 holiday meals.  Meals are also delivered to homebound church members.  “If there are going to be leftovers, the cooks pack up “to go” meals for anyone who wants to take food home,” Hollis added.

German-style scissor cut Chrismon ornaments tree. “Chrismon” stands for “Christ monogram,” and these represent various Christian symbols that recall the life of Christ. Chrismon’s were originally developed during the 1960’s by the women of Ascension Lutheran Church in Danville, VA. These ornaments were first made from intricate patterns using Styrofoam, gold beads, pearls, and other materials in white and gold. A second tree in the worship area of the church has these ornaments made from the original Chrismon patterns. Courtesy Trinity Lutheran Church.

Congregation members prepare parts of the meal during the days before the dinner and transport the food to the church.  The kitchen will be bustling on the day of the meal with 5 or 6 people prepping, chopping, dicing, peeling, slicing, cooking, or washing dishes prior to the big evening.  It takes more than 20 volunteers to purchase the food, prep, cook, serve, clean dishes, and bus the tables in Parish Hall.

Plenty of big appetites will be coming through the doors on Wednesday night to sample the well-received Lutheran traditional dinner. Some will attend as families, some come alone seeking good fellowship, others to see what this traditional community meal is all about.

“Whatever the reasons, Trinity Lutheran Church will be ready,” The Reverend JMe Lowden said.  “It is always a blessing to support our community.  The meal is all about serving our neighbors near and far, as Christ has taught us to do.”

There is never a charge for any of the Community Meals. For those who choose to donate a love offering, those funds are sent to the Lutheran World Hunger Appeal to help feed hungry people in this country and around the world.

Trinity Lutheran Church will have a nursing student from Germana Community College provide blood pressure checks as a community service project for his degree.  This student has 30 years of medical experience as a paramedic.

For more information on both events, contact Brenda Boldin at or visit

Trinity Lutheran Church gathers for in-person worship with Holy Communion each Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

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Veterans Day Native Tree Give-Away Sees 360 Young Trees Find New Homes Within 2 Hours



On Veterans Day, November 11, the Front Royal/Warren County Tree Stewards and the Town’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability (ACES) teamed up for a native tree give-away in the Gazebo area of the Front Royal Village Commons park area in the town’s Historic Downtown Business District. Co-organizer Justin Proctor, ACES member, and Front Royal-Warren County Anti-Litter Council president, reported a rousing success with 360 young trees; we believe all that were available, comprised of six different native species leaving for new homes on citizen properties throughout the town and county. In fact, Proctor said that with a crowd gathering for the 10 a.m. opening, all the trees were gone within about two hours of the scheduled 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. event.

Citizens were ready to add some young trees to their outdoor environment from the 10 a.m. kickoff time. Most, if not all were gone within two hours of the scheduled four-hour event. Courtesy Photos ACES/Tree Stewards

“We’ll have to double our inventory, at least, next year,” Proctor said of the overwhelming show of public interest in the project. He also gave a shout-out to the Virginia Department of Forestry, specifically their Va. Trees for Clean Water program, which provided funding assistance for the event.

As noted in preliminary releases on the event, the goal of the native species tree giveaway is “to continue building out a diverse, native tree canopy across our community.” Organizers noted that tree species offered included Eastern Redbuds, Bald Cypress, Loblolly Pine, Flowering Dogwood, Swamp White Oak, and Red Maple. Tree Stewards present consulted with people on the best trees for their planned planting locations and provided instructions for planting and maintenance as necessary for the new tree “parents”.

If the young tree supply was getting low, a few more with a little age on them were introduced into the mix. Below, participant volunteers, including cadets from R-MA, celebrate a job well done.

Among the long-term benefits of encouraging such new plantings across the community that organizers listed were:

Creating shade and cooler temperatures in the summer while creating a more insulated buffer against cold temperatures in the winter;

Adding beautiful year-round color and structure to your landscape;

Maybe we’ll grow up to be big and pretty like these surrounding trees in and near the Village Commons park area, young saplings may have been thinking as they headed to their new homes.

Providing food and shelter for wildlife, including nesting birds and pollinators;

Improving storm-water control and fighting erosion;

Sequestering carbon and organic matter into the soil;

And stewarding the next generation of trees for the next generations of children and grandchildren to enjoy.

Congratulations to the Tree Stewards and the Town Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability on the successful launch of what is planned to be an annual event.

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A Festive Evening of Music: American Legion Community Band’s Christmas Concert



Celebrating the Holiday Season with a Free Concert at Randolph-Macon Academy.

Get ready to immerse yourself in the spirit of the holiday season! The American Legion Community Band is set to host a delightful Christmas Concert on Tuesday, December 12, 2023, at 7:30 p.m. This free event, held at the Boggs Chapel at Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal, VA, promises an evening of enchanting music and community celebration.

The concert is a testament to community collaboration and support. The Giles B. Cook Post #53 of the American Legion proudly sponsors the Community Band. The band also extends heartfelt thanks to Randolph-Macon Academy for providing rehearsal space, equipment, and the chapel venue. Additional appreciation goes to Shen Valley Web Hosting for their generosity in hosting the band’s website and to National Media Services for their contributions in designing and printing promotional materials.

Formed in 1986, the American Legion Community Band has been a musical mainstay in Front Royal, offering free concerts and enriching the local cultural landscape. Comprised of volunteer musicians from the area, the band welcomes new members with open arms, fostering a vibrant community of music enthusiasts.

Under the skilled direction of conductors Ed Richards, Ronald Dye, and Mark Malechek, the band’s repertoire spans various genres. From classical pieces to modern works, the audience can expect a blend of traditional and contemporary music, including popular tunes, marches, and operatic overtures.

The band rehearses every Tuesday from 7:30 – 9:00 pm at the Fulton Fine Arts Complex bandroom at Randolph-Macon Academy. Interested musicians are invited to join. The band’s performance season runs from September through July, featuring indoor and outdoor public performances.

The American Legion Community Band’s Christmas Concert is more than just a musical event; it’s a celebration of community, collaboration, and the joy of the holiday season. Mark your calendars for December 12th and join in this festive gathering that is sure to warm hearts and lift spirits.

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