Winter 2014 Newsletter (January, February and March) If I could choose one great gift that the world neglects I would choose feminine energy. It is what we need to save the world….Feminine energy is powerful because it is pure presence
Welcome to our first all digital newsletter! This is a learning experience for all of us so we want to outline the basic steps to navigating through the new newsletter format. If you are already familiar with online newsletters, simply
The FRWRC Fall Breakfast FRWRC’s Annual Fall Breakfast took place last Thursday, Sept. 19th at the Shenandoah Valley Country Club. We were more than rewarded for our early rising as we walked into the beautifully appointed room to see the
BOOK REVIEWS BOOK REVIEW FOR SEPTEMBER, 2013 LISTENING for MADELEINEA Portrait of Madeleine L’Engle in Many VoicesAUTHOR: LEONARD S. MARCUS
Voices of Valley Women Writing by and about Women living in the Shenandoah Valley The Voices of Valley Women is a forum for women to share their writing with each other; a place where each unique voice can be heard.
Bulletin Board Valley Women Today Radio shows are aired on the first Thursday of every month 12:30 PM – 1:00 PM. WFTR 1450 AM, WZRN 95.3 FM. Our host is Eka Kapiotis. If you’d like to be on our radio
FRWRC Annual Planning Meeting NOVEMBER 2, 9 AM – 1:00 PM. , Warren County Public Safety Building, Skyline Vista Drive, Front Royal, VA. (Near Skyline High School). If you’ve thought about getting more involved with the FRWRC, this meeting is
Half the Sky – Community Event OCTOBER 3, 5:45 – 8:00 PM. Samuels Library, 330 E. Criser Road, Front Royal, VA 22630 Join the Front Royal Women’s Resource Center for an abridged screening of a powerful series about empowering girls
The Girl Grant goes to 4H Camp This summer three middle school girls: Jasmine, Brooke and Danyi, were able to attend the Warren County Extension Service 4-H Camp through our annual Girl Grant.
Editorial by Beth Iden Literacy is a Women’s Issue The second Sunday of this month was International Literacy Day. Back in 1965, some years before “women’s issues” were at the political and social forefront, literacy was considered a global priority