The James C. Macdonald Performing Arts Scholarship Competition encourages artistic achievement and promotes study in the arts by high school students who reside or attend school in the McLean district (Small Tax District 1A, Dranesville).
Sachs is the 28th person to receive the award “with gratitude for outstanding leadership and support of the McLean Community Center.”
This year, there are two ways donors may support this effort.
Ticket prices are as follows — general admission $22; seniors and military $20; students $18; tables for two with wine $60 and tables for four with wine $120.
These artworks were created over the last several weeks on papyrus especially for this exhibition, the first of its kind in the U.S.
The D.C. Metro area was greeted with a monsoon on Monday to kick off the post-holiday work week, and the City of Falls Church was no exception.
Dogs can be fostered for as little as one week. To apply to foster, visit www.lostdogrescue.org.
Falls Church’s Aimee Jorjani was voted to be the first full-time chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) by the U.S. Senate on June 27.
Hockenberry served on City Council for eight years and has been on the Planning Commission for the following decade after that, along with being a lifelong teacher in and out of the classroom.
Dave Bjerke (right), General Registrar and Director of Elections for the City of Falls Church, was sworn in for another four-year term back in June by Paul Ferguson, Court Clerk of Arlington County.