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Park Authority Public Meeting on Hogge Master Plan Set

From the Fairfax County Park Authority:

The Fairfax County Park Authority is holding a Public Information Meeting to gather public comment on the draft master plan for the Boyd A. and Charlotte M. Hogge Park located at 3139 Glen Carlyn Road in Falls Church, VA. The meeting will be held on Monday, November 15, 2010 at 7 p.m. in the cafeteria at Glen Forest Elementary School, located at 5829 Glen Forest Drive in Falls Church, VA.

Hogge Park includes approximately six acres of land in the Baileys Crossroads area of the Mason Supervisory District.  The site is characterized by a mixture of open lawn areas and a wooded floodplain.  After acquiring the property, the Park Authority initiated the master plan process to guide future development of the site.  This process seeks to balance local recreation needs and community preferences together with site-related issues such as public access, site assets and physical constraints. 

Falls Church Becomes 'The Little City'

From the City of Falls Church:

“The Little City” slogan and logo are now registered trademarks of the City of Falls Church Economic Development Authority.  The U.S. Patent and Trade Office approved applications filed earlier this year by Erik M. Pelton and Associates on behalf of the EDA.  The law firm donated its services to the project. 

“We are excited to continue our campaign to promote The Little City of Falls Church, VA, with the knowledge that our message is unique in the marketplace and now protected by trademark status,” commented David Tarter, chairman of the Falls Church EDA.   He also expressed the EDA board’s appreciation for Mr. Pelton’s pro bono services in support of the branding effort.

Leesburg Executive Airport Hosts 2010 Open House and Air Show on Saturday, October 23, 2010

Free event promises fun for the whole family

Are You An Anonymous Gifter?

What if you could give just $25 and know that it would make a considerable difference to someone right here in our area?

Unprecendented Need Expected for Fairfax Holiday Sponsor-a-Family Program

This was sent to us by Heather Webb of Our Daily Bread, Inc.:

FAIRFAX, VA. (October 5, 2010) – Fairfax-based non-profit Our Daily Bread, Inc. (ODB) announces the launch of its 2010 Holiday Program to assist needy families in the Fairfax County area. The organization is seeking individuals, families, companies and community groups to “sponsor” eligible families by providing a Thanksgiving meal, December holiday meal and gifts for children.

ODB operates the Holiday Program through a grant from the Fairfax County Department of Neighborhood and Community Services. Coordinating closely with social workers and community-based organizations who serve families throughout the County, ODB works to ensure that as many eligible families as possible who have been identified as having a great need are able to receive holiday assistance.

Greek Festival in Falls Church

Come out for some traditional Greek food, crafts, music, and dancing this weekend! Falls Church is holding a Greek Festival starting tomorrow, October 1 through Sunday, October 3. The festival will run from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. and be held at St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church located at 3149 Glen Carlin Road in Falls Church, VA.

 

Celebrate Fairfax

Get ready to have some fun! Come out to the Celebrate Fall for Fairfax event this Saturday at Fairfax Government Center. Fall for Fairfax will run from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Activities include a train ride, a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, inflatables and several kid's performances. There will also be exhibits on education, sport and fitness, public saftey, personal health and the environment.

It is free to attend. For more info please go to http://www.celebratefairfax.com/ or you can contact (703) 324-3247.