George Mason High School varsity girls lacrosse’s junior goalie Meghan Powell, left, stops a Potomac Falls shot on goal during Monday’s 11-7 victory for Mason in the AA Dulles District Tournament Quarterfinals. (Photo: Courtesy Jane Johansen)
The George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team experienced a tough week, losing two very close and physical games, first to Loudoun County, 14-13, on April 30, and then 8-6 against Briar Woods last Monday.
Tournament spirit hit Falls Church High School last week as the boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams entered National District tournament play on May 1.
MARY ELLEN HENDERSON Middle School students took the limelight this past weekend with the spring production of “Seussical, Jr.,” a musical medley of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss’s classic characters. George DeMars (center photo) brought life to the Cat in the Hat, alongside energetic and entertaining performances from Ryan Fields […]
MCLEAN H.S. SENIORS and varsity basketball players (L to R) Caity Flint, Taylor Ancell, with Team Manager Amanda Ball, were all smiles after their last game of the season. This season the Lady Highlanders beat their cross-town rival, Langley High School, not once, but twice. (Photo: Jennifer Baker)
Do Unto Others… Copyright Basics for Professional Artists with John D. Mason, of Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, on the second floor of Arlington Central Library (1015 N. Quincy St., Arlington).
“Exchanged Glances/ Regards Croisés; Arlington VA & Reims, France : Sister Cities,” at the Ellipse Arts Center (4350 Fairfax Dr., Suite 125, Arlington).
LONG-TIME FALLS CHURCH residents Steve and Annette Spector are responsible for this photograph of President and Mrs. Obama walking a portion of the Inaugural Parade route Tuesday afternoon. The Spectors also attended the “Busboys and Poets Inaugural Peace Ball,” where Falls Church florist Carol Beales of the Gallaria Florist provided […]
At the seventh annual Gingerbread Workshop held last Fridayat Westlawn Elementary in Falls Church, about 250 children set to work on their miniature gingerbread houses.
ALL MEMBERS OF the Falls Church City Council were present at their meeting last month when Ed Strait (foreground, left) was honored by a proclamation from Mayor Robin Gardner (standing with him).