Help replenish blood supply after holiday weekend – Royal Examiner

The Northern Virginia 4-H Education Center is pleased to once again host the 2022 Independence Day Celebration. This year’s event will be held Friday, July 1 at the 4-H Center; 600 4H Center Drive, Front Royal.

The parking lot will open at 5:00 p.m. and the festivities will begin at 7:30 p.m. and continue throughout the evening, including live patriotic music performed by the American Legion Community Band. Additionally, food trucks will be set up so guests can enjoy dinner while listening to the band until the headline event of a professional fireworks display – which is sure to produce many ” oohs and ahhs!”. Food trucks include: Fearless Eats (burgers and hot dogs), Rutz BBQ, Mike’s Concessions (pizza, funnel cakes and cotton candy), Sugar Creek Snowy & Sweet and Lemon Squeezers.

Parking will be available and the Warren County Sheriff’s Department will be present for security and exit traffic support. A voluntary donation (recommended $5 per vehicle) will be requested at the door to help offset the cost of the event.

New 4-H Center Manager, Katie Tennant, says, “We heard such great feedback about last year’s show that we’ve brought in the same supplier to deliver another spectacular event! I am thrilled to help organize this annual celebration for the community and to meet more residents and businesses who support us throughout the year. This event would not be possible without the generous sponsorships we receive.

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

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