While Lindy Hockenberry couldn’t get to be front and center this year for the 39th annual Memorial Day parade for the City of Falls Church, she did get some publicity when City residents stopped by on Monday to recognize her.
THE SHRINERS weren’t zipping around the Park Avenue track this year because Falls Church’s Memorial Day Parade was canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, so young city resident Ruth Wells decided to keep their spirit alive by getting behind the wheel herself.
Owner Yeon Mee Lee starting selling them to offset a downturn in her business during the current lockdown, and she’s also donated 100 of them to the City of Falls Church Police Department.
Local West Point cadet Jack Felgar, along with fellow cadets and his brother, gathered food donations for La ColevtiVA last week.
Mustang Alley, the new road created on the George Mason High School campus as a result of its rebuild, now has its signage installed.
Though few can replace the quality snuggles she had with her human, Alison.
The McLean Community Center has decided to cancel many of the center’s summer programs and events, including the already-canceled McLean Day (scheduled for Saturday, May 16) and the July 4 Fireworks Celebration.
Van Nguyen’s original goal was to make 20 face masks, but after posting about her project on social media, she received requests from local medical professionals to make more.
In gratitude, Volunteer Department President Kay Hartgrove noted that the funds “will be used to provide high-quality fire, rescue, emergency services, and life safety education to the McLean community.”
National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced this year’s National Merit $2500 Scholarship winners. The 2,500 Merit Scholar designees were chosen from a talent pool of more than 15,000 outstanding Finalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. National Merit $2500 Scholarship winners are the Finalists in each state judged to […]