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Founded in 2010, the Winchester Storm strives to give fans a family-friendly activity and to give ambitious basketball players an opportunity to continue playing at a high level. The Storm square off against fellow squads in the American Professional Basketball League, a conglomerate of minor league teams committed to creating careers that support their communities. The Storm advocate for community groups, including the Boys & Girls Club, the NAACP Youth Chapter, and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, by hosting benefit events, raising awareness during games, and arranging readings of The Tempest by their canine mascot.

1309 Opequon Ave
Winchester,
VA
US

Tina Pavone spent two decades of her life in business casual before abandoning corporate life for a career working with her real passion: animals. At Walking WetNoses, Tina and her staff spread their love for furry friends by walking dogs, pet-sitting, cleaning up yards, and other pet-care services for busy owners. They even lead a dog and owner boot camp that, thanks to a fitness trainer and dog trainer, works on owners' fitness and dog's willingness to follow orders.

Old Waterford Road
Leesburg,
VA
US

Kids bounce off the walls of inflatable bouncers, cascade down air-filled slides, and squirm through plush obstacle courses at Pump It Up's indoor playground. Designed with safety in mind, this staff-supervised funhouse excites children's imaginations while they burn off extra energy at open jump.

Also designed as a party venue, the interactive party experiences involve interactive themes such as Pirate Quest and Superhero Training Camp, which challenges kids to decode secret messages as they listen to an adventuresome soundtrack. To fuel parties, parents can purchase pop, pizza, and cake, alongside balloons and goodie bags. Strengthening both imagination and body, Pump It Up also offers Jump-N-Art summer camps, where kids replicate Picasso's creative process of painting, then getting dizzy in an inflatable mansion.

73 Lawson Rd SE
Leesburg,
VA
US

Though spectral forms and shadowy figures still reside in The Haunted Cottage, its greatest legacy is as the occasional vacation home of assassin John Wilkes Booth. Also known as the Booth House, The Haunted Cottage is home to paranormal researcher Vince Wilson, who helms the haunted abode's ghost tours and maintains the paranormal library and history museum, where guests can spy a vampire skeleton among other supernatural exhibits. All this knowledge pours from Vince's mouth during tours and investigations, which pair breakdowns of the house's 200-year history with actual equipment designed to catch ghosts, from cameras and digital recorders to EMF meters.

The Haunted Cottage also strives to school spirit-seekers with paranormal-research training that cycles through parapsychology topics such as extrasensory perception, hypnosis, and psychic healing.

43 Old Taylor Ln
Harpers Ferry,
WV
US

Medi-Weightloss Clinics has helped thousands of patients across the United States lose a total of 2.2 million pounds with its physician-supervised weight-loss program. Designed by experts in medicine, nutrition, fitness, and education, the program transitions its participants into healthier lifestyles with a three-phase approach, which includes an initial weight-loss phase, a short-term maintenance phase, and a final wellness phase. The clinic's signature patient website provides special tools that allow clients to track their progress, seek out individual counseling, and receive step-by-step care and motivation. After completion of the program, Medi-Weightloss Clinics offers continued support to help participants maintain their svelte physiques for the long haul without preserving themselves in amber.

19500 Sandridge Way
Leesburg,
VA
US

Since its founding in 1922, Paxton Campus has served as a nurturing place for people in need. Rachel Paxton had the dream of turning her home into a welcoming environment for underprivileged families, and it has since sheltered people as a convalescent center, daycare, and orphanage. In the past 90 years, the center has grown into a sizable organization with an onsite preschool, one-on-one academic programs, and ALLY, an advocacy program for people with disabilities. To keep the community involved in its operations, Paxton Campus also runs regular events including yoga groups, seasonal dances, and life skills workshops.

601 Catoctin Circle Northeast
Leesburg,
VA
US