From the Publisher: Shining a Spotlight

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We have so much to celebrate in Prince William. So, this month, we are calling out some of the most special folks we know: moms, first responders, business owners and some very special volunteers.

Our feature shines a spotlight on the incredible first responders we are blessed with in our area. From  police to fire and rescue — and our amazing dispatchers — these incredible people sacrifice daily to keep us safe. The pandemic has challenged them in unimaginable ways, and — you guessed it — they rose to that challenge. Read all about how they’ve adapted and continued to provide exceptional, personal service to our community amidst COVID-19.

In Family Fun this month, we’ve got some inspiring ideas to help you celebrate Mom that won’t allow her to lift a finger. And on top of those great ideas, you could even throw in a delicious candy apple treat from Tummy-Yum Yum. Read owner Sharita Rouse’s unique story in our Local Flavor section.

Have you heard of Didlake? If not, you’re in for a treat. Giving Back shares the story of this remarkable nonprofit helping those with disabilities make a tremendous difference in their communities. From assisting seniors to stocking food pantries, Didlake volunteers logged more than 25,000 hours of service in
fiscal year 2020. That’s some incredible giving back!

On a High Note brings you insight into the theater business amidst COVID and how “the world has become a virtual stage,” while Lifelong Learning shares opportunities for you take up a new language online or through a local program.

Check out Destinations to learn about the benefits of therapeutic massage to treat your aches and pains. And in Health and Wellness, an expert shares information on Total Ankle Replacement. You’ll also find tips on what to consider before downsizing in our Your Finances section and ways to bring the upcoming summer season inside via décor in Home and Hearth.

We hope you enjoy this issue and as always, we appreciate your patronage.

Rebecca Barnes


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