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Amadeus Orchestra Comes To McLean April 23

April 21, 2017 10:01 AM0 comments

The Amadeus Orchestra comes to Saint Luke Catholic Church in McLean on Sunday, April 23 at 4 p.m. Gluck’s “Dance of the Furies” sets the stage for this concert, followed by Grieg’s “Holberg Suite.” A double concerti by Albinoni, Telemann and Vivaldi spotlights Amadeus’ “orchestra of soloists.” Tickets are $30 […]

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Local Families Celebrate Easter Holiday

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In Falls Church to celebrate Easter last weekend was the daughter of Falls Church developer Bob Young, Courtney (right) with her spouse, Vernetta Alston and their baby Reese, while their niece Jillian Young (foreground) gets in on the photo op. (Photo: News-Press)

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FCCPS Announces Support Staff Of The Year Nominees

April 20, 2017 6:45 PM0 comments

Falls Church City Public Schools recognized the efforts of six individuals whose outstanding service supports students, staff, and parents throughout FCCPS schools. The nominees are also cooperative with colleagues, readily assist constituents and reflect an expert grasp of their responsibilities. This year’s nominees are Diane Harrington, paraprofessional at George Mason […]

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2017 Northern Virginia Community Health Fair

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The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Incorporated, Northern Virginia Chapter (NCBW NOVA) along with the Northern Virginia Section of the National Council for Negro Women, Inc (NCNW NOVA) and the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. are hosting a free Community Health Fair on Saturday, […]

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May Day Music Festival In Arlington

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The 32nd Annual May Day Music Festival takes place on Saturday, May 6 from 12 – 5 p.m. at the Potomac Overlook Park (2845 Marcey Rd., Arlington). Attendees can enjoy several live music performances, community exhibits and games. Festival guests are encouraged to meet with the VCE Master Gardeners who […]

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Fairlington Community Center Hosts Classes

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On Tuesday, May 2, the Fairlington Community Center (3308 S. Stafford St., Arlington) hosts a class called “Container and Balcony Gardening” from 7 – 8:30 p.m. At the class, participants can learn easy steps to add color with flowers and foliage, create a desirable amount of privacy and grow edibles. […]

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Robotics Team Heads To World Championships

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George Mason High School’s robotics team, 1418, placed third at the District Championships the first weekend of Spring Break. For their efforts the students received the Innovation in Control Award, which recognizes the most innovative control system or application of control components to provide unique machine functions. The award and […]

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Kelly AuCoin of “The Americans” Reflects on Local History

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By Lois Elfman One of the hottest shows on television today, The Americans, has a distinct connection to the city of Falls Church. Set in the 1980s during the Reagan era, the drama follows the lives and intrigues of KGB spies Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, who “the center” placed in […]

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Mason High’s Grad Party Fundraiser Set for Sunday

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George Mason High School’s All-Night Graduation Celebration committee will be holding its annual fundraiser and auction for the senior class festivities at Clare and Don’s Beach Shack on Sunday, Apr. 23. Auction items include tickets to Washington Nationals baseball games, weekend getaways to nearby destinations local classes and more. Raffle […]

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Marsden & Kory Attend NARFE Meeting

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The Falls Church chapter of National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) recently announced it was dissolving and all of the chapter’s 100-plus members have been transferred to the Annandale chapter. State Sen. David Marsden and Del. Kaye Kory will report on the recent General Assembly proceedings at the […]

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