Former George Mason High School (Class of 2008) cross country and track star Susanna Sullivan recently participated in the Big East Conference Championship Cross Country race in Syracuse, N.Y., running for the University of Notre Dame.
Sunday Soiree dances, sponsored by the McLean Community Center, are the perfect way for couples and others to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Thomas Jefferson Elementary Tigers sail into Jamestown – It’s almost a rite of passage for Virginia public school students – a field trip to the mouth of the James River to learn about the founders of Jamestown Settlement and of the Virginia Indians they encountered.
The Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST) team took first place in the high school division of the recent You Can Do the Cube tournament – to unscramble 25 Rubik’s Cubes in the fastest time – held in conjunction with the USA Science and Engineering Festival on […]
The eighth grade at St. James School in Falls Church held its annual Pumpkin Patch fundraiser for missions on Friday, Oct. 29. Each student created a pumpkin display. Entries ranged from an oyster to a Sponge Bob Square Pants pumpkin and everything in between. The entire school visited the Pumpkin […]
Honored for many years’ service with the Falls Church Senior Citizens Commission at the F.C. City Council meeting Monday night was Kathryn Ripley the recipient of an official Certificate of Appreciation.
A brass quintet, featuring members of the U.S. Army Band, will perform at Haycock Elementary School (6616 Haycock Rd., Falls Church) at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 11, as part of a schoolwide assembly to celebrate the contributions of American veterans.
The George Mason High School International Relations class recently welcomed Audrey Wood from the United Nations Information Center to discuss the UN’s work throughout the world.
Paul and Deborah Miller of Falls Church are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Lili to Tommy Serebrov on Oct. 16 at the Historic Falls Church.
Bowling a perfect game of 300 on Monday, Nov. 1 for the first time in his 50 years of bowling, 81-year-old Ken Farley was recognized with a commemormative banner hung above the lanes at Bowl America in Falls Church.