2018 Kim South Girl Grant supporting middle school girls attending Selah Theatre Project Summer Camp July 27th – 7 PM at Selah Theatre Project, 400-B Kendrick Ln, Front Royal Zombie Prom Musical – Opening Night Front Royal Women’s Resource Center
SAVE THE DATE – July 27th Kim South Girl Grant Presentation At Selah Theatre – 400-B Kendrick Ln, Front Royal “ZOMBIE PROM” – Opening Night
Ms. La Tasha Do’Zia-Earley is married with two children. She graduated from the Governor’s School for Performing Arts then went on to study Musical Theatre at Shenandoah University. She started and runs the Selah Theatre located here in Front Royal.
Valerie Knight worked as a validation consultant in the pharmaceutical industry until her health issues (rheumatoid arthritis) caused her to stop working. She has been an artist since she was young and throughout her science career she participated in art
Huge THANK YOU to FRWRC-Front Royal Women’s Resource Center! I applied this year for the Dare to Dream Grant. I opened my letter yesterday….and….I have funding to upgrade my camera! Yahoo! I love to zoom up and move around when I
Congratulations on winning a Dare to Dream Grant! What Happens Now? We invite you to be our special guest at our Dare to Dream Breakfast on Thursday, March 22, 8:00 – 9:30 a.m. at Shenandoah Valley Country Club, 134 Golf
Online Application Click links below to print – Dare to Dream Application – 2018 Dare to Dream Description – 2018 Dare to Dream Flyer – 2018 Past Funded Projects – 1999 through 2017 Public Service Announcement Dare to Dream Application
2017 Dare to Dream Recipients Kristy Eggleston Ms. Eggleston raised three children primarily as a single mother. She is remarried and now has a blended family of five children (ranging in ages 16 -23). She has homeschooled all her children.
Inspiring future leadership, curiosity, confidence and success! Click link to read – 2017 Girl Grants Press Release “The mission of FRWRC is to support and empower women in Warren County through programs, information and education,” said Joyce Wimmer, president of the FRWRC
Julie Carter Ms. Carter is a mother of two daughters. She has worked full-time while completing her General Studies Criminal Justice Associates, Paralegal Associates of Applied Science and a Certification in Office Systems Assistance at Lord Fairfax Community College.