Sponsors of our News Letter
Castleman Carpentry A family run business with an individualized, hands-on approach to home remodeling. Over 20 years of experience in the building industry. Call Rich and Jodie Bonett at 540 955 9695 to discuss your remodeling dreams. Learn more at their website.
Camino Real of Berryville A family friendly Mexican restuarant located at 16 Crow Street, Berryville. (540) 955-4730
Carl Hales Carl is an active member of the Saint Bridget community. He is also a real-estate agent with Market Place Reality, a full service real estate company. Carl serves clients in the Northern Shenandoah Valley particularly Berryville and Clarke County Virginia. Cell (540) 664 1796, Office (540) 450 2747. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Hobert Attorney Hobert offers personal counseling on a variety of legal matters. His office is at 24 East Main Street, Berryville. Telephone: (540)955-4141. Email: email@example.com.
"How may we help you?" is something we'll ask a lot during 2014, our 133nd year of serving customers. We know that you like to deal with local people who treat you as more than just an account number, so we'll remain focused on providing the level of service that you expect from your bank.
We'll work hard to remain one of the safest banks in the nation, as indicated by our 5-STAR Bauer Financial rating, by adhering to the conservative principles that make us strong. The doors are open and you're always welcome to switch your banking relationship to us - a decision you won't regret!
Joseph F. Myer, CFP
Wealth Management Advisor Nerantzis Myer Group Website
Tel: 866 922 7359 email joseph_myer@ML.com
Mackintosh Fruit Farm
Open Wednesday - Sunday 8am - 6pm
Holiday Hours (Memorial, Labor and Columbus days) 8am to 6pm
Enjoy sweet, juicy, tree ripened fruit at the peak of its flavor picked by a most careful and selective picker --- YOU!. At the farm, you will find popular fruit varieties on dwarfing rootstock which results in smaller trees that produce larger, tastier fruit that is also easier to pick.
Mackintosh's varietal selections include early, mid, and late season varieties. For example early peaches are ready for picking in early July with other varieties ripening through early September. In mid August, berries, peaches, apples, pluots, along with this year's expanded vegetable acreage are available for picking. Of course, you can also buy fresh fruits and vegetables at the Mackintosh farm or at the Clarke County Farmers' Market in Berryville.
To find what is "ripe for the picking" or special events at the fruit farm check the website for current information.