Reston 50/100: Still Time To Buy A Brick And Cement Place In History

Commemorative bricks at Lake Anne Plaza/Credit: Fairfax CountyThere is still time to be a part of Reston’s 50th anniversary and also a permanent part of historic Lake Anne Plaza.

The Reston Historic Trust is taking orders for commemorative bricks on the plaza. This year’s bricks will be unveiled on Founder’s Day 2014. Founder’s Day 2014 is on April 5 Reston will celebrate its 50th anniversary as well as founder Robert E Simon’s 100th birthday.

Bricks start at $100.

For more information or to order a commemorative brick, visit the Reston Museum and Historic Trust website.

Residents can also send birthday greetings to Simon in a special commemorative program. For more information on how to send your greetings, download this form and return it to RHT by March 1.

The RHT is also honoring younger Restonians who were raised in Reston have returned to here to work and raise their own families. If you know someone who should be honored, download this form and return it to RHT by March 1.

Photo of bricks courtesy of Fairfax County.

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