Friday Morning Rundown

Sunrise Valley ES students sing to veterans on Veterans Day 2014/Credit: SVES PTA via Facebook

Hayfield Honors Tremaine — Hayfield Secondary School in Alexandria has renamed its spirit shop in memory of former principal Dave Tremaine. Tremaine, a Reston resident, died earlier this year after battling colon cancer. There was a ceremony that featured a YouTube slideshow of students’ best memories of Tremaine [YouTube]

Finding Winter Shelter — With cold weather settling in, Fairfax County has begun this year’s hypothermia program and six emergency shelters throughout the county. [Fairfax County]

Show ‘Les Miz’ Some Love — The Reston Community Players’ production of Les Miserables  is up for a 2014 Broadway World Washington “Best Community Theatre Production” Award. The show, which ran last fall, is competing with  — and currently running second to — Kensington Arts Theatre’s production of Les Miz, among others. You can vote online. [Broadway World]

Shop at RCC Saturday — Reston Community Center is holdings its Children’s Flea Market at RCC Hunters Woods Saturday from 9 to noon. Come and shop for gently used books, clothes and toys. [RCC]

Photo: Sunrise Valley ES students sing to veterans and other visitors on Veterans Day/Credit: SVES PTA via Facebook

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