$100 Kudos (Rewards) Packages

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Broadway High School

Everything in the $75 Kudos Package:

PLUS:

50% Off Second Night Stay at Speckled Trout Bed & Breakfast

 

The Speckled Trout offers a quintessential bed and breakfast experience — an elegant home in a historic Waynesboro, Virginia neighborhood… luxurious guest rooms with vintage four poster beds… delicious gourmet breakfasts… beautiful gardens for outdoor relaxation. Designated VIP Home for the Virginia Fly Fishing Festival and host home of the local chapter of Trout Unlimited. In one room – the Lefty Kreh Fly Fishing Library – you can prop your feet on the grizzly rug and read about new ways to outwit a trout.

Teacher Ranger Teacher

EVERYTHING IN THE $75 KUDOS PACKAGE:

  • Subscription to Skyline Views newsletter
  • 20% Discount on Food & Lodging in Shenandoah National Park
  • Membership in the Hundred Mile Club
  • A copy of Short Hikes in Shenandoah National Park
  • A copy of Hikes to Peaks & Vistas in Shenandoah National Park
  • $15 Off your next purchase of $75 or more from Plow & Hearth

PLUS:

50% Off Second Entrée at the C&O Restaurant in Charlottesville, Virginia

 

For more than three decades, C&O has stood out from other restaurants in Charlottesville, Virginia, as it enjoyed lavish praise from many of the nation’s most impressive food critics. Delicious food, an enthusiastic staff; the tireless crew work together to create a delicious, multi-faceted restaurant. Come and enjoy. Buy one entrée and get a second for 50% off.

Third Winchester

 

Everything in the $75 Kudos Package:

PLUS:

Copy of SVBF’s “Sheridan’s Campaign” Symposium Essay Book

 

Produced by the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation, this booklet details the 1864 Shenandoah Campaign that ravaged the citizens and resources of the Shenandoah Valley.  In an effort to break the Confederate stronghold in the Valley, Union General Philip Sheridan undertook the  campaign in late 1864 and what followed is still referred to today as “The Burning”.