McLean High’s Caledonia yearbook is one of just 41 high school yearbooks nationwide selected as a Crown Award finalist by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA).
The Neighborhood Barbershop started the Clark W. Griswold Annual Local International Commemorative Holiday Decoration Major Award of the World Award that is now being run by the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce to pick the winners.
The McLean Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held its drive-thru nativity scene on Dec. 11 & 12 and used the event to raise over two month’s worth of food for the nonprofit food bank, SHARE of McLean.
Christoph Hill, who currently serves as assistant principal at Westlawn Elementary, was named the new principal of Westlawn Elementary, and took his position on November 30.
He loves sunbathing and drooling, in case you didn’t notice by the stalactite of saliva hanging from the left side of his mouth.
At least one Falls Church family made use of the snow day (however fleeting) last Wednesday.
Through donations, the group has been providing food and rent money to families directly impacted by Covid-19.
Jane McElvany Coonce, an award winning local artist and teacher, will be the presenter at the Dec. 18 meeting of the McLean Art Society.
Haycock Elementary School teacher Nellie Williams decided to upgrade her backyard treehouse for her to use as a classroom during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Residents throughout the neighborhood, which spans homes to the western side of Graham Road in the stretch between Lee Highway and Arlington Boulevard, are in full decorative mode while the civic association’s board prepares for judging later in December.