THE FALLS CHURCH EDUCATION FOUNDATION’S fifth annual gala and silent auction fundraiser held at the Westin Gateway in Arlington last Friday night.
McLean Rotary Awards Six Scholarships The Rotary Club of McLean earlier this month awarded six academic scholarships to recent graduates of Pimmit Hills High School who will use the funding for college-level courses.
Local Residents Make Dean’s Lists Falls Church’s Brian Goldman, Stephen Hobbs, Paul Norland, Jonathan Oh and Julie Riggs have been named to the College of William and Mary’s dean’s list for the 2008 fall semester.
George Mason High School recognized toil, sweat and dedication of its Fall semester athletes on Monday evening with its annual Sports Boosters Banquet. Mason athletes sat with their respective teams, alongside tables of their families, friends and coaches.
Starr to Speak at McLean Chamber Luncheon Alice Starr, former president of the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce and prominent McLean community activist, will be the featured speaker at the TML Copiers Power Networking Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Oct. 2.
The evidence is mounting that the U.S. might just encounter the first real crisis of the oil depletion age before the year is out.
George Mason High School track and cross country star Susanna Sullivan signed a Letter of Intent on Tuesday to accept a scholarship from the University of Notre Dame.
Several members of the George Mason wrestling team continued their impressive post-season runs with strong performances this past weekend at the Region B wrestling tournament. Mason’s trio of David Ray (140 lbs.), Barratt Kennett (171 lbs.) and Steve Parks (189 lbs.) led the way with regional championships and were joined […]
George Mason’s David Ray and Barratt Kennett captured individual championships at the Bull Run District wrestling tournament this past weekend. Ray, wrestling at 140 lbs., pinned Strasburg’s Darren Neff in the third period for the title and Kennett pulled out a 1-0 squeaker against Strasburg’s Jonathan Wilson at 171 lbs. […]
The springfield Women’s club will team up with Garfield Elementary second graders this Thursday to celebrate author Katherine Childs. Childs helped the students write and illustrate their own books last fall in a weeklong workshop on the writing process. (Photo: Elizabeth Obester)