Local, virtual, theater and live music events in and around the City of Falls Church for the week of April 29 – May 5, 2021.
The City will use some of its anticipated $650,000 surplus in the current fiscal year to set up the ongoing operation of the program.
Last Week, Senior Colson Board finished 11th in the 5000 meter race with a time of 16:43 and earned an All-State Medal for his efforts.
David Meredith, a former Falls Church resident, has been added to the Board of Directors for SADA, a global business and technology consultancy.
The George Mason High School Athletic Boosters Association will be awarding $11,500 in scholarships this year to eight graduating seniors from the Class of 2021 and three alumni.
Scouts BSA Troop 1996 hosted a CPR training and certification program, with Jonathan Bjorson, Eagle Scout, EMT, RN, and Director of Health and Safety at Goshen Scout Reservation National Capital Area Council, leading the training.
Kyle Friedlander distributed fliers to one street in his neighborhood and received nearly 180 lbs of food donations from nearly two-thirds of the homes he canvassed.
Justice High School’s production of “Medea” was a compelling look into the internal conflict of the titular character Medea.
Former Falls Church citizen and civil rights pioneer, the late Edwin Bancroft Henderson, is one of five Black Virginians being honored with a new series of highway plaques aimed at highlighting Black history throughout the state.
While passing by the CVS on West Broad St., I came across the masked blur that is Amanda giving out Covid-19 tests in the parking lot.