2024-05-25 2:11 AM

Memorial Day 2024 Issue!

School News & Notes


Trinity’s Junior Class Wins Metaphysical Pursuit The junior class at the Trinity School at Meadow View has won Metaphysical Pursuit for a third-straight year. A team, representing grades 7 – 12 compete against each other in a game combining Jeopardy and Trivial Pursuit.

Falls Church Business News & Notes

News Employees of Falls Church City businesses, as well as residents, are now potentially eligible for free tax preparation by the Falls Church City Housing and Human and Human Services Division.

Community News & Notes


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.

School News & Notes


Falls Church Robotics Team Set to Compete The George Mason High School Robotics Team is gearing up for the D.C. Regional FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotic competition from Feb. 26 – 28 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (801 Mount Vernon Place NW, Washington, D.C.).

Wrestling Mustangs Off to Salem State Tourney

George Mason High School’s famed wrestler, David Ray, easily captured his 152-pound weight class, Jake Schwind (171) came in second and Manuel Veiga-Diaz (189) placed third at the Group A Region B wrestling tournament last Saturday, Feb. 14 at Cumberland High School.

Falls Church Business News and Notes

News Diener & Associates, CPAs (www.diener.org), John Rodock, Esq. of Ober | Kaler (www.ober.com) and Apple Federal Credit Union (www.applefcu.org) and have committed to Gold, Silver and Bronze Sponsorships respectively of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce.

School News & Notes


Marshall H.S. Hosts Curriculum ShowcaseGeorge C. Marshall High School will host its first Curriculum Showcase Night on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. Students enrolled in grades 8-11 at Marshall are welcome to attend with their parents, along with citizens who reside in the Tysons Corner area.

Community News & Notes


Puppets Come to McLean Community Center At 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 14, Jim West Puppets will come to the McLean Community Center (1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean). Children ages 4 and up can enjoy familiar Aesop Fables, such as “The Goose That Lay the Golden Egg” and “The Boy who Cried Wolf,” at the Center.