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Project Mend-A-House Welcomes New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Project Mend-A-House is pleased to announce the appointment of Executive Director Karen Mills.   Karen previously was with Wheels for Wellness and brings a wealth of knowledge about working with low-income seniors, veterans and those with disabilities. “We are excited to welcome Karen to Project Mend-A-House.  Her enthusiasm and excitement about continuing our basic work of …

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Leadership Prince William to Recognize The Honorable John and Ernestine Jenkins

On June 22, Leadership Prince William (LPW) will recognize the Honorable John D. and Ernestine Jenkins with LPW’s highest honor, the Vision Award. This award will be presented during the organization’s annual Evening of Excellence Gala. According to Executive Director Andrea Short, “The Vision Award honors an individual — in this case a pair of individuals — who live or work in Prince …

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Project Mend-A-House Event Helps Dreams Come True

By Emma Young Project Mend-A-House’s 2018 Art, Wine, and All That Jazz fundraiser brought out celebrities, community leaders, politicians, artists, board members and volunteers to an evening filled with moving jazz performances, art displays, and recognition of Project Mend-A-House’s critical work. Guests began the star-studded evening mingling at Lorton’s Workhouse Arts Center, enjoying an extravaganza of hand-prepared hors d’oeuvres, and …

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Community Investment Grants

Provided by Community Foundation for Northern Virginia The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia has announced the winners of its 2018 Community Investment Grants.  These grants will further the organizations’ abilities to improve the health, education, and general well-being of neighbors, communities, and the entire region. Prince William County grant recipients received $68,500 in total grants: Girls on The Run of Nova, …

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Group Fitness Classes

Provided by Project Mend-A-House POISED Registration is now open for our Woodbridge location for this very important workshop (and it’s FREE!) Project Mend-A-House has partnered with George Mason to offer the POISED:Stay Active and Independent for Life group fitness program. This is a 10 week program for ages 55 and older that meets three days per week at First United Presbyterian Church …

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Prince William County Non-Profit Charity Showcase

Get involved, Prince William County! Join us at Jewelry By Designs on Saturday, April 14 from 5:00-7:00 p. m. to meet with our local non-profits making a difference in our county every day. Have an opportunity to talk with them and find out how you can get involved. Cocktails and light appetizers will be served. We hope to see you …

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Group Fitness Classes

Provided by Project Mend-A-House POISED Registration is now open for our Woodbridge location for this very important workshop (and it’s FREE!) Project Mend-A-House has partnered with George Mason to offer the POISED:Stay Active and Independent for Life group fitness program. This is a 10 week program for ages 55 and older that meets three days per week at First United Presbyterian Church …

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Group Fitness Classes

Provided by Project Mend-A-House POISED Registration is now open for our Woodbridge location for this very important workshop (and it’s FREE!) Project Mend-A-House has partnered with George Mason to offer the POISED:Stay Active and Independent for Life group fitness program. This is a 10 week program for ages 55 and older that meets three days per week at First United Presbyterian Church …

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Group Fitness Classes

Provided by Project Mend-A-House POISED Registration is now open for our Woodbridge location for this very important workshop (and it’s FREE!) Project Mend-A-House has partnered with George Mason to offer the POISED:Stay Active and Independent for Life group fitness program. This is a 10 week program for ages 55 and older that meets three days per week at First United Presbyterian Church …

Read More »

Group Fitness Classes

Provided by Project Mend-A-House POISED Registration is now open for our Woodbridge location for this very important workshop (and it’s FREE!) Project Mend-A-House has partnered with George Mason to offer the POISED:Stay Active and Independent for Life group fitness program. This is a 10 week program for ages 55 and older that meets three days per week at First United Presbyterian Church …

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