Stag Luncheon’s lure: Tradition, old friends

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Posted: May 3, 2014

The Winchester Star

Rob Shambaugh (left) and Danny Spangler of Winchester brought their pink and green to the Shenandoah Ford Stag Luncheon via their hats. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
Angel Ortiz of Winchester waves a skull-and-crossbones flag as he and his friends — the “Dirty Pirate Crew” — celebrate their 10th year of attending the Shenandoah Ford Stag Luncheon. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
Krista Lanehard competes in a bikini contest Friday afternoon at the Stag Luncheon.

WINCHESTER — Some men attend the Shenandoah Ford Stag Luncheon for the beer, some for the scantily clad women — but for most, it’s about tradition.

“It’s been a family tradition for years,” said...



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