Author Archives: Emily Marsh

About Emily Marsh

Emily takes impressive photos, interviews interesting locals, and keeps things organized for Harrisonblog. She also works on special marketing projects, transaction management, and event management for The Harrisonburg Homes Team. Emily loves dogs, her friends and family, dancing, and getting outdoors.

Community Spotlight: The Free Clinic

As someone who works downtown, I have walked by the Free Clinic hundreds (if not thousands) of times. And yet, I was not fully aware of what a remarkable and necessary community resource it is - a (quite literally) life-saving service for many of my neighbors. The clinic is full of exceptional people on a mission "to provide affordable, sustainable healthcare services for low-income and uninsured adults, primarily through volunteer resources and community support." An incredible resource for so many in the community, one Free Clinic doctor calls his volunteer work at the clinic "the purest form of medicine." Read on to learn a little bit about what the clinic is all about.

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The Wilson Downtown Gallery: Kate Scheel

We are thrilled to have Kate Scheel as our next artist in the Wilson Downtown Gallery. Stop by our office to see Kate's eye-catching and evocative paintings and drawings or join us for a joint artist reception and Holiday Parade open house on Friday, December 2nd!

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The Design Corner: Dress Your Table to Impress

As we usher in the holidays we also usher people into our homes to gather around our tables for delicious meals. To help you prepare for this season, we've compiled a list of ideas that will elevate your table from everyday into something that will impress your family and friends.

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Community Spotlight: Jenny Burden of the Arts Council of the Valley

We as a Team love and support the Arts Council of the Valley and the work they do to make life more enriched for all of us in Harrisonburg. We recently had the chance to talk with Jenny Burden who was a member of our Team before taking on the role of Executive Director at the Arts Council. Needless to say, she has a special place in our hearts and we're thrilled with the work she's doing for arts in our community.

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