Articles by: Sally Cole

Watch Night Organizers Seeking Business Donations

December 28, 2016 7:42 PM0 comments

Local resident and Watch Night organizer Barb Cram is seeking donations from the business community to help fund Falls Church City’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration. The event, which will take place in downtown Falls Church, includes kids’ entertainment, inflatables, live music, free popcorn, and more. Cram, who is also […]

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F.C. Pancake House Collecting Outerwear, Toys for Homeless

December 21, 2016 6:46 PM0 comments

The Original Pancake House is collecting outerwear and toys for their annual Christmas breakfast for homeless people in the greater Falls Church area. Approximately 1,200 people are expected to attend, 250 of them children. Outerwear and toys can be dropped off between 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. through Dec. 23 […]

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F.C. Chamber Announces New Members & Officers

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The Young Group’s Joe Wetzel, chair of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce, announced its 2017 officers, new members, and re-elected members of its board of directors at its Dec. 20 annual report to the members luncheon. Taking over as chair of the 300 member business organization is Access National […]

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F.C. Chamber Annual Report, Ugly Sweater Contest Set for Dec. 20

December 14, 2016 7:07 PM0 comments

The Falls Church Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual report to the membership luncheon and ugly sweater and tie contest on Tuesday, December 20 from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Italian Café, 7161 Lee Highway. A review of the organization’s 2016 accomplishments will be provided and the […]

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Arc of NoVa Offers New On-Site Services

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The Arc of Northern Virginia has launched a new initiative to bring its educational offerings on a broad range of disability topics to companies throughout Northern Virginia to assist their employees as they plan for their loved one with intellectual or developmental disabilities – at no cost to the company […]

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Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation Seeks Volunteers

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The Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation is seeking volunteers from the business community to join its Public Relations Committee, co-coordinated by local resident Debra Z. Roth. Individuals with technical expertise in or a strong interest and willingness to learn about public relations, promotions, writing, newsletter production, Constant Contact, press relations, event […]

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New Barbershop Opens in Former Quick Copy Space

December 7, 2016 10:40 PM0 comments

The Neighborhood Barbershop has opened at 417 W. Broad Street in the space formerly occupied by Quick Copy (which moved to the side of the building.) The new Falls Church business is a retro decorated full-service traditional barbershop offering haircuts, beard trims, neck trims, shaves, and more. It is independently […]

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Local Market Now Offering Delivery

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The Local Market is now offering a free delivery service to the local business community. Produce, baked goods, and everything available in the locally owned and operated business can be delivered on a daily, weekly, monthly basis to help businesses provide employees with healthy snacks and drinks. The service is […]

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Monthly Winter Concert Series Set for Art & Frame of Falls Church

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Monroe Bay Vineyard has partnered with Stone Room Concerts to provide a monthly concert series this winter at Art and Frame of Falls Church. Performances include Luke Brindley on December 10, Naked Blue on January 21, Ted Garber on February 4, and Michael Clem on March 4. Beverages will be […]

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‘Dine-Out Day’ at F.C. Pancake House to Benefit Cancer Survivors

November 30, 2016 8:40 PM0 comments

The Original Pancake House is hosting a dine-out day on Thursday, Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. to benefit the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship. The restaurant will donate 15 percent of sales to help empower cancer survivors and improve cancer-related public policy in honor of former NCCS […]

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