SVWC's 2020 History, Volume 14 - "Surviving COVID-19," is Now Available

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There was so much to report, that this issue is larger, and chock full of excellent content.

February 19, 2021

Surviving COVID-19, of The History of Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury (SVWC), was published recently. Prepared by the Residents Association History Committee, this edition features:
- Surviving COVID-19
- Residents Involved With Nature
- Art at SVWC
- Reports and Appendices

Sections include, How I Survived COVID-19 Confinement, Confinement, and Special Projects. You can enjoy tons of pictures on 174 pages of the perfect-bound booklet.  

Surviving COVID-19 will be available in the SVWC Gift Shop for a nominal fee of $10.00, which benefits the SVWC Fellowship Fund. We are so grateful to the volunteers who worked for months putting together this publication and to the residents and staff members who contributed their photographs.

If you would like to order a copy, send a check made out to the “SVWC Fellowship Fund,” in the amount of $13.00 (which includes handling and mailing costs), to the attention of Sue McKenzie at SVWC, 300 Westminster-Canterbury Dr., Winchester, VA  22603. Or feel free to e-mail Ms. McKenzie at smckenzie@svwc.org.