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Business News & Notes: NoVa Registration Open, Watch Night Sponsorship & 4 P’s Collects Toys

Business News & Notes: December 19 – 25, 2019

NoVa’s Annandale Campus Opens Spring Registration

Registration is open for Northern Virginia Community College’s Annandale campus spring semester classes in business and hospitality management, education and public service, fine arts, digital media, and design, health sciences and nursing, biotechnology and horticulture, computer science and information technology, liberal arts, math, engineering, and applied technologies, physical and life sciences, and social studies.

Spring semester 2020 classes at the Northern Virginia Community College begin on Jan. 13 with the start of the 16-week and first eight-week sessions. The 14-week session starts on Jan. 27, the 12-week session starts on Feb. 10, the 10-week session starts on Feb. 24, and the second eight-week session starts on March 16. NOVA’s Annandale Campus is located at 8333 Little River Turnpike in Annandale.

For more information, visit www.NVCC.edu.


Sponsorships Available for Falls Church’s New Year’s Celebration

Sponsorships are still available for Watch Night 2019 in Falls Church. The free, family friendly New Year’s Eve event takes place on and around the 100 block of W. Broad Street and includes live music, active amusements for all ages, children’s activities, free popcorn, and more.

The event is spearheaded by Barb Cram and funded by the local business community and churches, with significant support from the City of Falls Church.

For information about supporting this event, email greenscap@aol.com.


Ireland’s 4 P’s Collects More than 200 Toys at Annual Christmas Party

Ireland’s Four Provinces held their annual Christmas party and collected more than 200 toy donations from attendees. The toys will be distributed to local children by the Falls Church Public Schools through its Family Assistance fund.

The Falls Church Education Foundation manages the fund and has raised $7,500 toward its $20,000 goal to help families in need. Those interested in learning more about the fund or contributing, can go to www.fcedf.org.

Owned and operated by Colm Dillon, Ireland’s Four Provinces is located at 105 W. Broad Street in Falls Church.

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