Many people think of September as the official start to fall, but given the extended summers in Virginia, I’ve always thought about October as officially kicking off this wonderful season. No matter which month indicates fall for you, it’s something to get revved up about with lots of activities and community amenities. In this month’s issue of #PWLiving, we bring you car club members who not only have some great cars, they have great attitudes about serving the community.
Read our feature article to discover why we’re so impressed with this Prince William group of auto enthusiasts. Then there’s another thing to get the motor going—the robotics club at Osbourn High School. Check out this month’s Lifelong Learning section to read how these students are making it big in the world of engineering. In Destinations this month, we bring you to Manassas Park where there are more places to visit than you might imagine. It’s a small city that packs in big fun.
Speaking of fun, don’t forget to check out this month’s Family Fun section where the topic is, of course, pumpkins. Want to play with pumpkins but stay safe? We have some suggestions. And take a tasty trip to El Sabor in this month’s Local Flavor. You won’t be disappointed.
Then, we have something near and dear to my heart in Giving Back. We talk to the good folks at Bosom Buddies Baskets. Considering my breast cancer experience in this last year, I was excited to learn about their mission: helping individuals battling cancer and supporting the families along the way. Following that same theme, this month’s High Note features a book by an author who overcame breast cancer. Read about her journey and what made her write about it.
As always, we hope you enjoy this month’s issue, and if you would like to receive the magazine at your door, remember to subscribe at princewilliamliving.com/subscription. You’ll be supporting the work we do in the community, the same community we all appreciate.
All the best,
Rebecca Barnes, Publisher