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Arches Gallery Artists: People’s Choice Award Winner for May

The Arches Gallery Artists is pleased to announce the winners of the May 2018 People’s Choice Award. Winners were chosen during the monthly 2nd Saturday Art Walk on May 11. The works and others will be on exhibit through June 3 in Building W9 at The Workhouse Arts Center, at 9601 Ox Road, Lorton. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday 11:00 a. …

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Local Artist to be Featured at McCall Studio Gallery

  Manassas artist John Hartt will display his collection “A Trip to the Zoo” at the McCall Studio Gallery for a solo art exhibition through July. Hartt is known for his quirky and colorful oil paintings which can frequently be seen in Old Town shops, town hall, and even on the light poles lining Main Street. “A Trip to the Zoo” brings to …

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Information on HPV Vaccine to be Provided to Parents

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) During May, Prince William County elementary schools will send home a letter from the Virginia Department of Health providing information on human papillomavirus (HPV) and the human papillomavirus vaccine. State law requires this information be provided to parents of rising sixth-grade students. The letter from Dr. Marissa J. Levine, state health commissioner, is written …

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50 Years of Strings in County Schools

Fifty years ago, Prince William County Public Schools added a strings program to its music class offerings and has never looked back. In 1967, three instructors taught nearly 400 fifth graders and covered all 21 elementary schools in the county. The program now exceeds 9,500 students, with some starting as early as fourth grade, and continuing through twelfth grade. The …

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Miss Ability

For the past seven years, girls with disabilities have been given the unique opportunity to participate in a special pageant – the Miss Ability pageant, thanks to the volunteer efforts of Donna Notarantonio, a reading specialist at Pennington Traditional School. She started coordinating the Miss Ability pageant after she learned about a similar pageant in West Virginia. “Every girl gets a …

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House Doctors of Manassas Earns 2018 Best of HomeAdvisor Award

House Doctors of Manassas has been named a recipient of the 2018 Best of HomeAdvisor Award. This award honors top-notch professionals who provide extraordinary quality, service and value in the home improvement and maintenance industries. “We’ve won a Best of HomeAdvisor Award every year since we opened in 2015. We are proud of these awards because providing each and every …

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Funnel Customers Through to a Sale

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Provided by All Things Writing, LLC Have you heard the term “email marketing funnel?” Without some context, you may be picturing a typical baking funnel, with flour or milk running through freely. This is actually a good visual to start with. Email marketing funnels don’t involve true baking ingredients at all, but rather steps you take a customer through to …

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Volunteer Opportunities in Greater Prince William

Provided by Volunteer Prince William Northern Virginia Family Service has a fun volunteer opportunity for next weekend.  Volunteers are needed on Friday, May 25 from 5:00-7:00 p. m. to load up merchandise at the Clock Tower Thrift shop in Centreville for the their yard sale on Saturday, May 26 at the SERVE Shelter. Volunteers can select any of these shifts on Saturday: …

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Senior Center Dedicates Garden in Honor of Past Member

Provided by Prince William County The newly dedicated Perpetual Memory Garden at the Manassas Senior Center has polished gray granite benches, a small rock garden and pavers forming a circular patio. During a recent ceremony, the garden was dedicated to the memory of Will Bennett, a longtime member of the Manassas Senior Center, who represented the Brentsville District on the …

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Cappie Award Nominations

Making theatre magic takes long hours and hard work and determination, and there are rewards for the hard work and effort that goes into each and every aspect of a theatrical production. The students at Woodbridge High School held performances that earned them a prestigious Cappie Award Nomination in two categories. Woodbridge High School’s production of “Our Town” has earned …

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