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Shenandoah Council discusses Forest Knolls auction set for Oct. 25
During its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Shenandoah Town Council moved forward on several issues facing the town. The council discussed the forthcoming auction of the Forest Knolls subdivision, which is scheduled for noon Friday, Oct. 25, at the subdivision site on the north side of town. BB&T Bank is now the owner of the property. The auction flyer states that the sale will be an “absolute auction,” which could mean that a low bid would have to be accepted. Total assessed value of the property is $952,000.
The Valley Banner / 10-16-2013
Massanutten hosts its Fall Festival this Saturday
Music lovers, and just fans of having a good time, often flock to Massanutten Resort for its series of festivals held from the spring through the fall.The resort will end its concert season with its annual Fall Festival, which will be held from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, next to the ski lodge.
The Valley Banner / 10-11-2013
Local children’s author pays a visit to Elkton
Artist and children’s author Glenna Loving, of Strasburg, paid a visit to the Monger Shelter in Stonewall Memorial Park in Elkton on Saturday morning to enthrall two dozen adults and youngsters with her unusual presentation. Loving’s program included the modeling of her own Native American style dress, a display of stone arrowheads and tools from the Shenandoah Valley. The visit also included a reading from her second fictional story book about early Native Americans in the area, “White Wolf and Shenandoah.”
The Valley Banner / 10-09-2013
Century ride aims to focus on Page County agriculture
Hundreds of bicyclists will be riding through Shenandoah, with a stopover at either the Stevens Cottage or town hall, on Saturday, Oct. 12. The riders will be enjoying an extended tour – which organizers call a “ride,” as opposed to a race – through scenic parts of Page County.
Page News and Courier The Valley Banner / 10-04-2013
SAAA Welcomes Back Catherine C. Galvin as Executive Director
The Board and staff of the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA) are excited to welcome their newly hired Executive Director, Catherine C. Galvin. But, this isn’t the first time that Mrs. Galvin has been at the helm. She was the SAAA Executive Director from 1992 to 2002.