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Discover Fauquier December 2019
46
JH
Open
to the
public
Custom holiday apparel, personalized stockings,
personalized suffed animals (names, dates,
"Baby's First Christmas", "Our First
Christmas Together")
...and MORE!!!
Customized
Cubbies
M-F 9-3pm or by Appointment
6593 Merchants Place Warrenton VA 20187
Hometown Holiday Shop
540-878-5848
540-347-7978
www.warrentonauto.com
281 East Shirley Ave.
Warrenton
Brian
Bower
Bonnie
Bower
Carla
Lacy
Norman
Bower
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Spread the Joy
Every child deserves to experience the
magic of Christmas morning!
e Salvation Army's Angel Tree program provides new
clothing or toys for children of needy families.
Come to Warrenton Auto and choose
an Angel from our tree and make a di erence
in a child's Christmas.
From Our Family
to Yours
Every fall, The Foundation of Blue Ridge
Orthopaedics, the nonprofit arm of
Blue Ridge Orthopaedic &
Spine Center and Blue
Ridge Physical Therapy,
hosts a race for the
Piedmont region. Bodies
in Motion, which includes a 5k, 10k, and
one-mile fun run, raises funds for nonprofit
organizations located in Fauquier,
Culpeper, Prince William, Rappahannock,
and other surrounding counties.
On November 10, 295 runners and
walkers logged 1,074 miles, helping the
Foundation to raise $55,000, matching
what it raised through last year's race.
Exactly 109 local businesses sponsored
the 2019 Bodies in Motion event, and
30 additional organizations contributed
goods and services to make the fun day
happen.
Race directors Jill Smith and Leslie Ferstl
work year-round to identify sponsors for
the event. "We are especially grateful to
our many event sponsors who generously
commit the bulk of these funds for us to
give back the way we do," Jill says. "It's
2019 Bodies in Motion
Raises $55,000 for Local Nonprofits
By Danica Low
nice to work toward the common goal
of helping others." The proceeds from
each race are awarded to area
nonprofits in an Appreciation
Celebration event through
The Foundation of Blue
Ridge Orthopaedics every
November. Since 2012, The Foundation
of Blue Ridge Orthopaedics has raised
$270,000 for local nonprofits through this
community-centered event.
"We need to do good deeds, and by
doing so, we propel others forward to do
the same," says Jeff Hollis, CEO of Blue
Ridge Orthopaedic & Spine Center. "We
are always pleased with good turnout and
race participation from the communities
we serve. This participation helps us to
give back in abundance."
On December 4, The Foundation of Blue
Ridge Orthopedics will present all funds
raised to nonprofit organizations at their
annual give-back event. A date for the 2020
Bodies in Motion race will be announced
soon on Blue Ridge Orthopaedic & Spine
Center's website,
BlueRidgeOrtho.com.
To learn more about the Foundation, visit
BROfoundation.org.