Reston, VA

Monday Morning Rundown

German Armed Forces resent check to Cornerstones

Christkindlmarket Helps Cornerstones — The German Armed Forces Command, which has a headquarters in Reston, presented Cornerstones with the proceeds from its annual Christkindlmarket. The outdoor holiday shopping and food festival raised more than $12,000 for the nonprofit.

Herndon’s Stone Gets Top Field Hockey Honor — Herndon High senior Taylor Stone was selected as the Washington Post’s All-Met Field Hockey Player of the Year. Stone had 20 goals and 23 assists for the Hornets. [Washington Post]

Don’t Speed Through Toll Gates — Speeding through some area EZPass toll lanes could get you a ticket. Find out where. [WTOP]

Artsy Last-Minute Gift — Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) has published a 40th anniversary book. The book features a history of GRACE, images, testimonials and artist statements from the recent exhibition, 40 for 40: Celebrating Four Decades of GRACE. [GRACE]

Photo: German Armed Forces present Cornerstones rep with donation at Reston Town Center/Courtesy of Cornerstones.


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