Friday Morning Rundown

Sign is up at Barcelona/Credit: The Avant

Fairfax County Library Survey — The Fairfax County Public Library is looking for a new director. They are asking patrons to take an online survey to help them in the process. [Fairfax County Public Library]

Scholarship In Memory Of Dave Tremaine — Reston resident Dave Tremaine, the popular principal of Hayfield Secondary School who died of cancer last year, will be honored with four college scholarships in his memory for Hayfield students. [College Access Fairfax]

Signage Up, No Opening Date Yet — Crews are a little farther along in getting Barcelona Wine Bar ready to open, but not opening date has been announced. They are hiring, though. [Craigslist]

Fairfax County Police To Train Faith Communities On Staying Safe — Fairfax County Police are implementing a new program that aims to help keep houses of worship safe and crime-free. At a workshop Feb. 28 they will show congregants how to become more involved in reducing the opportunity for crimes to occur on facility premises. [Fairfax County Police]

Photo: Signage up at Barcelona at Reston Town Center/Credit: The Avant via Twitter

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