Moving to Amissville with her family in 2008, Donna Comer is no stranger to Rappahannock public schools. An RCES parent since her son, Mason, started kindergarten there six years ago, she has been active with the PTO, taking on lead roles in several fundraising activities. She and her husband, Allen, have also helped coach and support various Rappahannock youth activities, to include recreational athletics and Cub Scouts. Comer holds a jointly funded position as the Workforce Coordinator for Lord Fairfax Community College and Fauquier County Economic Development Department. She spends much of her time as a liaison between area education, training and business entities. Her work requires interaction with key players in the county school districts served by LFCC, as well as with area businesses to ensure LFCC programs reflect regional needs. A group fitness instructor for twenty years, Comer currently teaches a variety of classes at the WARF (Warrenton Aquatics Recreation Facility). She also dabbles in antiquing in her spare time, salvaging and repurposing old and tired pieces. Nothing thrills her more than finding something someone has given up on and turning it into something great.