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FED-EX dropbox in town

There is now a FED-EX dropbox in town – located at Autodealz – 711 Fourth Street

Pick-ups are Monday thru Friday at Noon (NO weekend pick-ups)

Now it is your turn to help us preserve the Town’s history!

Many people have donated photographs (or copies of photographs) and they are on display for all to see at Town Hall.  

Some of these photographs may be used in a book to be completed soon (and we are looking for more), which will help us to further preserve our Town history.  

Now it is your turn to help us preserve the Town’s history!  

The Town Hall Museum is in search of photographs (originals or we can make a copy) of people, places and events in the Town of Shenandoah (or nearby areas of Grove Hill, Comertown, Fleeburg, etc.)  

Please consider donating your photographs (or let us make copies) today!  We have seen too many photographs be lost (or worse destroyed or thrown away) when the older generations pass on and the younger generation does not appreciate the historic nature of such pictures.  

We need photographs of all past businesses, places, events, etc. in our area!  Since we don’t really have any pictures specifically of these things, we are also looking for interior or exterior photographs of:  

  • The movie theater on First Street

  • The newsstand/post office/bus stop on Pennsylvania Avenue

  • The old lodge building when it was in operation as a lodge or any other business

  • The Bowling Alley on First Street

  • The Dance Halls

  • Any thing else you have and want to share – we also take items on loan.

Stop by Town Hall and take a minute to go through some of the books in the museum to see what is on display and to hear how you can help our community preserve its history!  


P. Buckley Moss to Speak at Luray-Page Chamber Banquet Thursday, November 6


The Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce is honored to announce that iconic artist P. Buckley Moss will be the featured speaker at the Annual Members' Banquet, to be held Thursday, November 6 at the Mimslyn Inn.

            "We are thrilled to have an artist of her stature speak at our Annual Members' Banquet," said Luray-Page Chamber of Commerce President John Robbins. "She spoke at the event 25 years ago, when it was held at the old Panorama restaurant on Skyline Drive, and it's an honor to welcome her back. Her long body of work, combined with Page County's recent entry in Virginia's Artisan Trail Network, reflect both the tradition and the future of the Shenandoah Valley's artistic energy."

            The 400+ members of the Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce represent the wide diversity of the county's business endeavors-small retail shops, lodging, restaurants, nationally known attractions, medical facilities, nonprofits, manufacturers, agriculture, and recreation. At the banquet, the Chamber will announce its annual "Business of the Year" awards in three categories: Retail/Services, Tourism/Hospitality; and Agricultural/Eco-Friendly. A fourth award, named for longtime Chamber representative Mary Lee Bryant, will be given to the Volunteer of the Year. (For nominations, visit: Election of Board members and other Chamber business will occur as well.

            Commenting on her attendance at the banquet, Ms. Moss said, "Since I spoke to the Chamber of Commerce 25 years ago, I have watched them play an increasingly important role in Page County's economic life. I look forward to the opportunity to return and speak to a group of people who love the Shenandoah Valley as much as I do. "

            All details of the Annual Banquet, including registration, sponsorship opportunities, and nomination forms for businesses, may be found at:

            The P. Buckley Moss official website may be found at:

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