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Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce
Phone 540-459-2542 •Email:
JUNE 13, 2017

Want to learn everything you can about Shenandoah County? The Leadership program explores all sectors (agriculture, government, education, public safety and more) in depth to help leaders make informed decisions both in business and the community. Applications due July 14

June 20
5:30 - 7 PM
4176 Swover Creek Rd, Edinburg


June 27
Noon - 1 PM
 Woodstock Town Park Large Shelter

Open Networking -Come share your business news!

Would you like more customers inside your store?

Get People Inside Your Business Seminar
June 19
8-9am or Noon - 1 PM

Upcoming News & Events
  • NONPROFIT COUNCIL: Transportation and Transit Subcommittee meeting on June 22, noon, in the Chamber office. Register here.

  • You're invited to the Open House and Ribbon Cutting for Assisting Angels Home Care in Woodstock on June 23 at 10 am. Located at 712-C North Main St. Stop by and welcome Melissa Ross and her team.

  • Summer Movie Nights Under The Stars...More info here

  • Leadercast - Powered by Purpose, June 15, LFCC Workforce Solutions, Purpose is what defines us, drives us, and empowers us. What does it mean to be             powered by purpose? To be part of a purpose-driven organization? Where defined    values drive a strong culture and intentional leadership inspires amazing results.       Featured Speakers - Andy Stanley, Dr. Henry Cloud, Molly Fletcher and more.          Buy One Get One Seat, Available while funds last. Call 540-868-4079

  • BLOOD DRIVE- Your help is needed and we look forward to you joining us on June 22 at the Woodstock Presbyterian Church, 142 E Court St. Register here to donate blood any time between the hours of 2pm until 6pm. Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are welcome. Prepare for your donation by eating well, staying hydrated and bring your ID.

  • Shenandoah Valley Music Festival's 2017 summer season concerts at

  • Calling all runners, the third annual zombie run will be Saturday, June 17. Outbreak 5K will give participants the chance to run as if they’re being chased by brain-eating zombies scattered around LFCC’s Middletown Campus. Actually, zombies will be staggering after both runners and walkers in the third-annual 5K benefitting the W. Michael Larrick Memorial Scholarship Fund. Register today.

  • All Things Virginia at The Farmhouse in Woodstock has a Vinho Verde Wine Tasting on June 17th. 

  • BlueScreen Computer Services has been helping Valley businesses and homeowners for 15 years now!  A key to BlueScreen's longevity is that Jesse ALWAYS goes on site to provide computer help. Jesse  removes viruses and malware, rescues data from dead computers, troubleshoots unreliable internet connections, and setup of new PCs & printers and much more. Visit  and click Like to follow to receive computer tips and important tech alerts and the opportunity to win a refurbished computer monthly.

  • Celebrate North Mountain Vineyards 35th Anniversary and the event of Summer Solstice on Saturday, June 17th! Gather in the Event Tent, around the Summer Solstice Bon Fire, bring some blankets or chairs and listen to fine music by The Rogue Farmers from 2 – 5 pm and Clay and Gloria from 5:30  -  8:30  pm. Local craft vendors and Shaffer’s BBQ Truck will be there. 
  • Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River present:
    TEACHER TRAINING, Professional Development Experience, July 10th-14th,          Hey Teachers!!  How about a relaxing week in the cool West Virginia mountains        and on the wonderful North Fork river? Visit
    or contact us at 540-459-8550 or

  • Job Opportunity- Valley Health: Manager, Physician Practice-Located in Woodstock. Job SummaryPractice Manager will direct daily operations, develop, plan & implement programs and systems to maximize patient access and provider efficiency for their assigned practice locations and much more. To learn more contact Catherine Kelley(540) 536-5464 

  • Be sure to join the fun coming to the Rouss Center for the Arts in June!  We’re opening our first dinner theatre which promises to be a scream!  Four women meet at the local community theater to rehearse an obscure English mystery-drama. And that's when they start getting murdered. Cathy Rec is directing the June play, “The Butleress, by Nick Stoller”.  For more information contact call Carmen Conard at 540 984-3134.

2017 Annual Sponsors

Premium Level

First Bank |  Holtzman Oil & Propane  |  Shentel  |   Sprint 

Gold Level
Northern Virginia Daily

Silver Level
92.5 WINC FM    B105     Sager Real Estate       Valley Health

Bronze Level
DuPont Community Credit Union   Hampton Inn & Suites   Regulus Group,LLC

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