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ANDREW KOTYK, a senior at McLean High School, received his Eagle Scout award at a court of honor on Saturday, April 12 at the Scout House. He is shown with his parents, Myron and Debbie Kotyk. Andrew earned 39 merit badges during his Boy Scout career and took part in a canoeing expedition in the Adirondacks. He will attend Virginia Commonwealth University in the fall. (Photo: Courtesy Richard Lobb)
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Community News and Notes

THE OFFICIAL GRAND OPENING of Vantage Fitness in the brand new Read Building at 404 W. Broad St. in Falls Church occurred with many friends from the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce on hand. Shown were cutting the ribbon are Garrett Rambler (left at the ribbon) flanked by Vice Mayor […]

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BENTON COMMUNICATIONS, INC., the corporate entity of the Falls Church News-Press, celebrated the 20th anniversary of its incorporation in October 1987 last week. Festivities included a luncheon at The Palm restaurant in Washington, D.C. with (left to right): Front Row — Frank Kameny, Simon Van Steyn, Nicholas Benton, Jody Fellows;  […]

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Editoral: We Endorse

It is now less than two weeks before the Nov. 6 Virginia general election and there is a strong indication that the direction of the entire legislature will shift toward Democratic Party control. Battling uphill against voter apathy and expected low turnouts, partisans for both parties have plenty of reason […]

ANDREW KOTYK, a senior at McLean High School, received his Eagle Scout award at a court of honor on Saturday, April 12 at the Scout House. He is shown with his parents, Myron and Debbie Kotyk. Andrew earned 39 merit badges during his Boy Scout career and took part in a canoeing expedition in the Adirondacks. He will attend Virginia Commonwealth University in the fall. (Photo: Courtesy Richard Lobb)
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Community News and Notes

THE ANNUAL MEETING and fundraising reception of Falls Church’s Creative Cauldron youth arts program was also the occasion for a wrap-up gala of the group’s fall drama and art project at the McGonegal showroom last Saturday night. (Photo: News-Press)