Another successful sales event is in the books for Falls Church’s Elissa Ruffino (front row, left) and her book “Dream Big Dream Small.”
“Welcoming Week” this fall is September 12 – 20, with opportunities for kids (and adults) to learn, listen and serve together in the process of overcoming divisions, taking action locally and building a community of neighbors.
The first meeting, the Finance Committee Meeting of the Whole, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Lonnie Marquetti at the City of Falls Church Department of Public Works asked Girl Scout Troop 676 to spruce up the barrels at the Recycling Center.
A hike-loving, stick-eating Gabby is this week’s Critter Corner star
Instead of calculating winners by time, the Team Walk will award prizes to the teams that walk the combined greatest distances. (“Walking” includes distances covered by those who use mobility assistance devices).
FIRSTfriday of Falls Church is set for Sept. 4 from 6 – 8 p.m. at Art and Frame Falls Church (205 W. Jefferson St., Falls Church). The featured artist will be “Act5: A Collection of Works” by Cynthia K. Miller with Musical Performance by Akihira Maher.
The Falls Church School Board Tuesday night voted unanimously for chair Greg Anderson to execute a contract with the Herndon-based K-12 Insight to conduct surveys on the subject of changing the names of George Mason High and Thomas Jefferson Elementary on grounds that Founding Fathers Mason and Jefferson were slave owners.
LeadingAge Virginia has selected the Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads Silver Panther Huddle as the winners of the 2020 Advocacy Award.
Excitement abounds (well, at least for some) as Falls Church City Public Schools kicks off its virtual start to the school year.