Anyone interested in helping AAUW meet this need is encourage to contact Becky Gaul at email@example.com or 703-608-9121.
The deadline for application submissions is Monday, April 22. Interviews will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn (706 W Broad St., Falls Church) on April 26 – 30.
The meeting’s speaker is Ellen Shannon, Area Director, National Capital Area Chapter, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, who will discuss the signs of people contemplating suicide and the steps to take for prevention.
Through Sunday, April 21, tickets are $30; on April 22, tickets will go up to $40. Financial scholarships are available; parents should contact their child’s counselor for more info.
Both are a beagle-golden retriever mix, with Ripley finding safe harbor with the Falls Church-based Duncan family, while Buster was taken in by Duncan’s aunt and uncle.
All shows are at Marshall High School’s main auditorium. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors and $5 for children under 12.
The main theme will be sustainable landscaping practices and how they can have a positive impact on the health of a home garden and the value of a property.
During her time with VIBS SANE in New York, Christine Banfield provided sexual assault survivors with trauma-informed emergency medical care, forensic evidence collection and, when needed, court testimony.
On a national scale, Bass is seventh in the nation in strikeouts per nine innings, while his ERA is the 23rd-lowest in NCAA Division III. Bass’s WHIP is the seventh-best total in the nation.
Honored as the City of Falls Church Employee of the Year at Monday’s F.C. City Council meeting was Carley Aubrey