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McLean American Legion Holds Memorial Day Service

May 18, 2018 10:35 AM0 comments

McLean Post 270 of the American Legion will conduct their annual Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 28, at 11 a.m. at the Memorial Garden at McLean High School (1633 Davidson Rd., McLean) adjacent to the school’s flag poles and the Davidson Rd. main entrance. All are welcome. Special guests […]

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Haycock Students Take 1st at History Competition

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Students from four Fairfax County public schools won awards at the 2018 Virginia History Day competition, based on the theme Conflict and Compromise in History. Two student teams and an individual student captured first place awards in their categories. A group of students from Haycock Elementary School were one of […]

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Benton Clan Gathers to Celebrate New College Graduate

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ASSEMBLING TO CELEBRATE the graduation of Travis Benton from the University of California at Berkeley last weekend was this crowd of family and friends. Left to right: (front row) News-Press owner Nicholas Benton, Travis Benton, Alex Goodman and (second row) Jeannie Benton, Mark Pandiscio, Greg Mehlhaff, Fernando Souper, Allison Berry, […]

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FCA’s ‘Members Only’ Show Concludes 1st Half Next Weekend

May 17, 2018 7:15 PM0 comments

FALLS CHURCH ARTS debuted its members-only show, its largest of the year, earlier this month. The event featured 57 artists with their last name ending with A-K and will run until May 27.

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St. James Hockey Academy Open for Classes in June

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Earlier this month The St. James announced the launch of its youth Hockey Academy for boys and girls at the Squirt (U10), Pee Wee (U12) and Bantam (U14) levels. The St. James Hockey Academy will provide opportunities for emerging youth to accelerate their development as hockey players by combining high […]

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All Night Grad Celebration Needs Volunteers

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The All Night Graduation Celebration for George Mason’s 2018 graduates still has 20 volunteer spots to fill. Parents of underclassmen are encouraged to consider signing up in an effort to “pay it forward” so that when their seniors attend the graduation celebration, they can stay behind and host company from […]

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Longtime Falls Church Resident Mary Jo Posey Bullock Dies at 93

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Mary Jo Posey Bullock, born on April 10, 1925, passed away on Friday, May 11, 2018 as her brother, five sisters and parents welcomed her Home. She was the youngest of six beautiful Posey sisters. Many people loved her and her kindness. She was born in Wewoka, Oklahoma to Ed […]

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F.C. Community Service Honors Frye, Looks for Heir

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Since 1969 Falls Church Community Service Council, Inc. (FCS) has involved a ministry of assisting Falls Church area residents facing emergency needs. In March of 1971, FCS became involved with the Northern Virginia “Meals on Wheels” (MOW) program. Over the years, meals were prepared at area hospitals and then, more […]

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Guest Commentary: F.C. Education Foundation Working for City Schools

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By Cecily Shea The Falls Church Education Foundation will hold its 14th Annual Gala & Auction, “Lights, Camera, Auction!,” this Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Washington Golf and Country Club. Through the incredible generosity of the Falls Church community, this event raises funds for the Falls Church Education Foundation’s […]

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Crew of Students Win Award at Robotics Championship

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A team of students from four Fairfax County schools won the middle school technology division’s Create Award at the 2018 VEX IQ Challenge of the VEX Robotics World Championship. The Create Award is presented to the team whose robot design incorporates a creative engineering solution to the challenges of this […]

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