Michele has been running Nathan’s Cancer Slayers ever since her youngest son, Nathan, passed away in 2019 from the disease. On Saturday, July 31, she held a fundraiser at Preservation Biscuit at 102 E. Fairfax Street from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
This big boy, Cinnamon, a 7-year-old rescue from Virginia Beach, likes to play catch, wink with one eye, and he has the most wonderful disposition.
A NEW MURAL on the side wall of the Bike Club, owned by Phuoc Pham, was created by student artist Shelby Bavin, with help from her boyfriend Ryan Reyes. (Photo courtesy: Shaun van Steyn)
Falls Church VFW Post 9274 recently received an All American Recognition award from the National VFW for its leadership and membership growth. “All American,” a national award, one of the highest a post can receive, distinguishes it as one of the very best in the country.
The Arlington Circuit Court, which includes the City of Falls Church, will soon begin its annual juror qualification process. Juror questionnaires will be mailed in early August to randomly selected residents of Arlington County and Falls Church. Questionnaires are used to qualify residents for jury duty which will begin January 1, 2022 and will end December 31, 2022.
In a statement released July 20, the Fairfax County Park Authority stated that the “[Fairfax County Public Schools] proposal is simply not acceptable” for its plan to expand public parking access outside Justice High School. The proposal, as it was originally constructed, would have carved out some land in the adjacent park to make room for more parking space.
Columbia Baptist Church is hosting a Grand Re-Opening and open house for the Sharyn Byer Institute of Fine Arts at Columbia Dance Studio on Saturday, July 31 from 5 – 7 p.m. and again on Friday, August 6 from 6 – 8 p.m.
Grow a Row, a community-wide effort in Northern Virginia to grow fresh, donatable produce, has partnered with Fresh Food Connect to engage home gardeners in food insecurity relief through the use of a mobile app that coordinates donations from local gardens to non-profit groups working to address hunger relief on a local scale.
Though cutting hair at the Neighborhood Barbershop for the last four years, it wasn’t until earlier this month that Will became a resident of Falls Church. When not cutting hair Will is creating songs with his band False Church. Their Ep ‘Heretics and Hangmen’ comes out in August. (Photo: J. Michael Whalen/JMichaelWhalen.com)
Crew joined the Pryor Family in January 2021. He is a lovable puppy and enjoys walking throughout The Little City.