Mason Senior Huntley Campbell Awarded F.C. Lions Scholarship

June 16, 2014 3:43 PM0 comments

The Falls Church Lions Club presented its 2014 Donald S. Frady Community Service Scholarship to George Mason High School Senior Huntley Campbell. Pictured above, Lions Club President Barry Buschow (far right) presents Huntley (second from right) with a check for $1,000 as his parents, Paul and Heather (far left), witness the […]

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F.C. Community Meeting to Kick Off Broad Street Planning

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The public is invited to a community meeting to discuss the Broad Street Planning Opportunity Area Small Area Plan Kickoff this Saturday, June 21, from 9 – 11:30 a.m. at Columbia Baptist Church, 103 W. Columbia St., Falls Church. The meeting will consist of an open house, presentation by City of […]

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Relay For Life Returns to Mason High Saturday

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George Mason High School will again be the site of this year’s Relay For Life of Falls Church-Vienna event, which raises funds annually for the American Cancer Society. So far this year, more than 300 participants have raised nearly $50,000 in the fight against cancer. The Relay For Life of Falls Church-Vienna […]

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Legion Post 130 to Host Pig Roast & Activities Saturday

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American Legion Post 130 will open its doors to the public for a pig roast and other activities this Saturday, June 21. Post 130 will open for activities at 1 p.m., and the pig roast will begin at 4 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $18 per person and are […]

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Critter Corner: Lily

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Lily Freshman is a 9-year-old pug who lives with Adrianne, Ben, Quinton, and Annabelle Freshman on Ravenwood Drive in Falls Church. She enjoys snoring, snorting, napping, laying in the sun, and cleaning up the crumbs that fall from a 3 1/2 year old and a 14 month old (which is pretty […]

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TJ Student Named ‘Most Philosophical 3rd Grader’

June 10, 2014 1:17 PM1 comment

Aarti Sabharwal, a student at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, was recently named the Most Philosophical Third Grader in America as a result of her entry in the national 2014 Kids Philosophy Slam contest. The Kids Philosophy Slam is an annual K-12 contest which asks kids to answer a philosophical question. […]

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Starry Night Shines for F.C. Education Foundation Gala

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The Falls Church Education Foundation’s 10th annual gala, themed “Starry, Starry Night,” saw 350 guests enjoy an evening last month at Washington Golf and Country Club in Arlington in support of the foundation and the programs it funds throughout the City’s public schools. The evening generated a record fundraising effort, netting […]

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Local PAC Team Places 2nd in Showcase Soccer Tourney

June 9, 2014 2:19 PM0 comments

Over Memorial Day weekend, the Premier Athletic Club U9 Gold Team headed to Occoquan to participate in the Virginian Elite Showcase Soccer Tournament. The tournament hosts more than 600 teams and 72 clubs. The team went undefeated into the final championship game. The team came in second place, losing to […]

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McLean High SRO Named 2014 FCPS Distinguished Officer

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Police Officer First Class Scott Davis, who serves as the School Resource Officer at McLean High School, has been named the 2014 Fairfax County Public Schools Distinguished School Resource Officer. Davis was praised for his involvement in the school community and regular attendance at afterschool events, including sports, plays, dances, […]

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McLean’s Alex Stone Earns Lead Musical Actor Cappies Award

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McLean High School’s Alex Stone was named the best lead actor in a musical at the 15th annual Cappies Gala at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday. Stone earned the honor for his performance as young con artist Frank Abagnale Jr. in the McLean Theatre […]

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