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Dorothy LaFollette, 71, is a caretaker for Lillian Ostrander, 94, of Winchester. Dorothy was nominated by her employer Home Instead Senior Care as caregiver of the year for the national franchise.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Lillian Ostrander, 94, left, of Winchester holds the hand of her caregiver, Dorothy LaFollette, 71, as they walk outside Lillian's home in Winchester.  Dorothy was nominated by her employer Home Instead Senior Care as caregiver of the year for the national franchise.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Lillian Ostrander, 94, left, of Winchester holds the hand of her caregiver, Dorothy LaFollette, 71, as they walk outside Lillian's home in Winchester.  Dorothy was nominated by her employer Home Instead Senior Care as caregiver of the year for the national franchise.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Dorothy LaFollette holds hands with her client  Lillian Ostrander, 94, of Winchester. The pair spend much of their day socializing during Dorothy's four day work week with her.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Jacob Sexton of Strasburg walks past 1st Bank on West King Street in Strasburg on Thursday. The bradford pear trees that once shaded the building have been removed as the town prepares for their Main Street Redevelopment project.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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 Phillip Gibbons, Remount Depot Historian, holds a photo of Chips, a decorated WWII battlefield dog, inside the quarter master building at the Northern Virginia 4-H Educational Center in Front Royal. The property is being renovated as a museum and educational center.   Rich Cooley/Daily
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Joan T. Moore, project manager for the Remount Depot Restoration Project, stands outside the stables at the Northern Virginia 4-H Center in Front Royal. The quarter master building in the center  will be the home of the museum.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Amy Sarch, left, director of women studies at Shenandoah University,  and Mariagracia Rivas Berger, right, 21, a senior at the school,  lead the flash mob Friday  afternoon at  Brandt Student Center. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Amy Sarch, left, director of women studies at Shenandoah University,  and Mariagracia Rivas Berger, right, 21, a senior at the school,  lead the flash mob Friday  afternoon at  Brandt Student Center. Rich Cooley/Daily
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A sulky wheel rest long burned out debris at  Shenandoah County Fairgrounds Friday morning in Woodstock.  A Thursday morning fire demolished the structure.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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A sulky wheel rest long burned out debris at  Shenandoah County Fairgrounds Friday morning in Woodstock.  A Thursday morning fire demolished the structure.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Carolyn Raynor, left, and Dennis Foltz, right, both of Edinburg, survey the fire damage at the horse stables at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds Friday morning in Woodstock.  A Thursday morning fire demolished the structure.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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