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​Pfc. Michael Hawkins spent about $100 on dinner Thursday evening, splurging for a steak feast. Hawkins knows he won’t have chow like that in Afghanistan, where he and the rest of the Winchester unit of the Virginia Army National Guard are headed. But he was home for one last break before deployment. And this meal was for family — all of his family at the recently opened Lloyd House, which was dedicated last week on the campus of the Henry and William Evans Home for Children Inc. in Winchester. “It’s like being home again,” Hawkins said of the Lloyd House after nearly four months of training in Fort Bragg, N.C., and Fort Polk, La. “I think everybody should have that feeling. It feels gre

New Lloyd House Is Special Present for Future Adults

No one’s ever too old to live on the campus of Winchester’s Henry and William Evans Home for Children, thanks to The Lloyd House. The red brick house, named in honor of former Evans Home Executive Director Kirby Lloyd, was dedicated Wednesday. Lloyd, who ran the Evans Home at 330 E. Leicester St. from 1977 to 1999, dedicated the new, adjacent house to the hopes and dreams of children who previously didn’t have any place to go and the adults who will live there. As the plaque next to its front door states, The Lloyd House is “a present for the future from the past.” “We love these children,” said current Evans Home Executive Director Marc Jaccard before a crowd that included Lt. Gov. Tim

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Henry & William Evans Home for Children, Inc.

330 E. Leicester St.

Winchester, VA 22601

evans@evanshome.org

Tel:   540.662.8520
Fax:  540.662.4224

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