Local Church Hosts Session on Car Maintenance

May 12, 2017 1:03 PM0 comments

Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church (1301 Trap rd., Vienna) hosts a free session on “Common Car Maintenance Demystified,” on Monday, May 15 from 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask questions. All are welcome. Free admission.

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GMHS Renames Scholarship to Highlight Character Traits

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The Athletic Department and Athletic Boosters at George Mason High School, in conjunction with the Lubnow family, have decided to rename the Judy Lubnow scholarship to The Judy Lubnow Champion of Character Award. When the Athletic Department aligned itself with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes (NAIA) Champions of Character […]

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FCA ‘MORE or Less’ Gallery Lands Well with Little City

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Jostling to get a glimpse of a display by local photographer and Falls Church Arts (FCA) Outreach Director, Shaun van Steyn, are Falls Church City Mayor David Tarter (left) and President of FCA, Barb Cram (right). FCA hosted an open gallery last weekend titled ‘MORE or Less,’ where artwork like […]

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Seven Local Students Earn Merit Scholarships

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The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced this year’s National Merit $2500 Scholarship winners throughout the United States. Falls Church residents Patrick Brinza from George C. Marshall High School, Lydia Gompper from George Mason High School and Raquel Sequeira from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, and McLean […]

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McLean Art Society Holds Meeting May 19

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Gavin Glakis, a well known portrait artist, will be the featured speaker at the Friday, May 19 meeting of the McLean Art Society at the Dolly Madison Library, (1244 Oak Ridge Ave., McLean). Glakis will focus on the drawing of hands and the best techniques to bring pictures to life. […]

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IB Testing Volunteers Still in Need for GMHS

May 11, 2017 6:00 PM0 comments

Parents and/or guardians are still needed to assist students testing in either International Baccalaureate (IB) or Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Volunteers make IB and AP exams possible. Successful test results allow students to graduate high school with college credits. If your child is in an IB or AP course, you’re […]

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F.C. City Council Honors the Life of Del. Jim Scott

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The Falls Church City Council issued a proclamation honoring the life and career of the late Del. Jim Scott Monday night, and his wife Nancy was present to accept the document signed by Mayor David Tarter. The proclamation “honoring the life of the Honorable James Martin Scott,” who served in […]

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Annual McLean Day Set to Take Place May 20

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The McLean Community Center (MCC) holds its annual festival on Saturday, May 20 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Lewinsville Park (1659 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean). Admission is free. This year’s gathering features many attractions suitable for a range of festival goers. Amusement park rides will be on location […]

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Stuart Students Make Waves At SkillsUSA State Championship

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Standing at the top of their respective SkillsUSA competions are J.E.B Stuart High School students Juan Pineda (left) and Nasseem Adam (right). Seventeen Stuart Education for Employment (EFE) students attended the SkillsUSA Virginia State Championship in Fredericksburg this past weekend. Oris Matamoros and Novelda Aleman earned Silver in their events […]

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Mason Model UN Ends Year On Positive Note

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The George Mason High School Model UN participants concluded their season last weekend. The MUNtangs finished the 2017 season strong at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. Matthew Lyng and Meghan Murphy were awarded for their representation of Australia for UNESCO and Elizabeth Reid for her representation as […]

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