Shenandoah Valley Safety Spotlight

Every day, individuals and organizations contribute in a variety of ways to make communities throughout the Shenandoah Valley safe places to live. What is being done? How can you join the effort? Read on to find out.

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Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

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Crafty Kids

LEGO CLUB FOR STUDENTS

2017 Cruz In Fridays to Shenandoah

5th Annual Poker Run

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Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

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Crafty Kids

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Page County Movie Night-Moana

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Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

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LEGO CLUB FOR STUDENTS

Crafty Kids

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Parks and Recreation Commission

Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

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LEGO CLUB FOR STUDENTS

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Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

Turn The Page Substance Abuse Recovery Group

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Crafty Kids

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Emmylou Harris Concert

Bluegrass Minifest

Dog Days Dog Swim

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Community Safety Starts With You

Everyone can do their part to increase safety in our communities. When we join together, we can form a safety network. If you are an individual or organization that is involved in a safety or wellness initiative in the Shenandoah Valley, please feel free to add our “Committed to Safety” online badge to your website.

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