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Visit the Macy’s of Mount Jackson on the CO Show

On this week’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Pat Rosenbaum, the Volunteer Coordinator of the SEARCH thrift shop on Main Street in Mount Jackson. To find out more about the great finds at the thrift shop, and the home for developmentally challenged adults that it supports, click the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Pat Rosenbaum SEARCH

Stop by the thrift shop today and take advantage of the great deals available. It is located at 5982 Main Street in Mount Jackson and hours are Tuesday through Saturday 9a-4p; Thursdays until 5:30p. Tell them Marcy McCann sent you!

Hang out at the Fort on the next CO Show

Fort Valley Museum at the intersection of Fort Valley Road and Dry Run Road

On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to President Meg Trott and VP John Gaunt from the Fort Valley Museum.  Find out more about the history of Fort Valley by clicking the play button below.  You will hear about the legend of William Powell’s Fort Valley Natural Fortress in the 1700s and why treasure hunters are sometimes seen at the Fort.

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Marcy McCann w Meg Trott and John Gaunt Ft Valley Museum

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE! To hear more information on the church built in 1831 that is the site of the Fort Valley Museum, click the play button below.

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Ft. Valley Museum Church – Marcy McCann with Meg Trott (2)

For more info on the Fort Valley Museum, click the website link here.

Hidden treasures at the Strasburg Museum

On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to President of the Strasburg Museum, Gloria Ann Stickley. To learn more about the interesting things on display and an upcoming toy train exhibit, click the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Gloria Ann Stickley Strasburg Museum

For more information, visit the Strasburg Museum website link here.

Strasburg Museum in its previous life as Southern Railway depot

Up up and away on the CO Show

We have all seen the hot air balloons floating up and down the valley, but have you ever taken a ride in one? On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Don Warner, owner of Valley Ballooning about everything from the process of inflating a balloon to what it’s like being in a wind current. And, have you ever wondered how they know where to pick you up? Find out by clicking the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Don Warner Valley Ballooning

For more information on Valley Ballooning, click on their website here. If you are a local resident, mention you heard about it locally here on WSVG and Don will give you a $25 discount on your ride!

Take a peaceful ride in a hot air balloon for Fathers Day

Farm toys on the CO Show

On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Jordan Rinker, Chairperson of the Farm Toy Show at the Massanutten Antique Tractor and Gasoline Engine Show. The event is free and happens this weekend at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. To hear about the hobby of collecting farm toys and get a preview of the toy show, click the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Jordan Rinker MATGE Farm Toy Show

The toy show portion of the MATGE Show is Saturday 9a-3p and Sunday 9a-2p. For more information on the Massanutten Antique Tractor and Gasoline Engine Club, click the website link here.

Example of farm toy on display at Shenandoah County Fairgrounds this weekend

Visit the Shenandoah Valley on the CO Show


On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Brian Ososky, Executive Director of the Shenandoah Valley Travel Association. Since 1924, the SVTA works with travel writers, motor coach groups and travel shows to promote travel to the Valley, from Harpers Ferry to the Roanoke Valley. To hear the interview before or after it airs, click the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Brian Ososky Visit Shenandoah dot org

To learn more about tourist destinations in the Shenandoah Valley, visit the SVTA website here. You can contact Brian Ososky by clicking his
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