Reston, VA

Tuesday Morning Rundown

Reston Station

Reston Hospital’s Scholarships For Students — Reston Hospital Center recently awarded 17 local high school students with more than $16,000 in college scholarships. Two South Lakes and two Herndon High students were among the honored seniors. [Reston Connection]

Are You A Big Winner? — A $1 million Virginia Lottery ticket was sold in nearby Sterling. The ticket was sold Friday at the 7-Eleven on Woodshire Drive. [WTOP]

Up Back On — The family movie Up will be shown Sunday, June 29 at Lake Anne Plaza’s Outdoor Summer Film Series. The movie was supposed to air June 8, but was cancelled due to bad weather. The movie starts at 8 p.m. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and snacks. Admission is free.

Catch The Passage — The Reston Community Players will stage The Passage, this year’s selection in the New Play Project. The production will be Friday and Saturday, June 20-21, at the Industrial Strength Theatre in Herndon. The Passage, by Donald C. Drake, is about the ways family and friends come together to say goodbye in a world where assisted suicide is the norm. [Reston Community Players]

SLHS Girls Score at Track and Field Nationals — Several Seahawks placed at the Track and Fields National Championship meet in Greensboro, NC:  Girls 4 x 400 meter relay team (Grace Gillen, Golden Kumi-Darfour, Claire Nieusma, and Delaney Wickman) placed 10th in the Championship Division with a season best 3:52.65; Kumi-Darfour was sixth in the emerging elite 800 meter run (2:13.65);  Wickman placed eighth  in the emerging elite 400 meter dash (56.57) and 10th in the emerging elite 200 meter dash with a personal best 24.92; and Devyn Jones placed 9th in the freshman triple jump with a personal best jump of 33’1″.


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