Monday Morning Rundown

Little runners at the Kids Mighty Mile at Reston Town Center March 28/Credit: Reston Town Center

Play Ball — Hundreds of young baseball players will fill the streets as Reston Little League Opening Day Parade will take place Saturday, April 11, 9:30 a.m. at Reston Town Center.

Kudos For SLHS Musicians —  South Lakes High School’s Music Department received Superior ratings Band, Guitar, Orchestra and Chorus at the recent state evaluations. The Music Department will receive the prestigious Blue Ribbon Award again this year from the Virginia Music Educators Association.

Call For Young Artists — High School student artists living in Virginia’s 11th Congressional District are encouraged to enter the annual Congressional Art Competition, An Artistic Discovery. Winners will be announced in May, and winning entries will hang in the U.S. Capitol for one year. [Rep. Gerry Connolly website]

Know An Outstanding Park Authority Volunteer? — Nominate a group or individual that has given back to the Fairfax County Park Authority for the 2015 Elly Doyle Park Service Awards. [Fairfax County Park Authority]

Photo: Little runners at the Kids Mighty Mile at Reston Town Center March 28/Credit: Reston Town Center via Facebook

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