The event is nearly sold out, says Cornerstones, so if you have not purchased a ticket, act fast. Individual tickets start at $200.
The event begins with cocktail hour and a silent auction at 5:30 p.m. The program starts at 6:45 p.m.
Last year, the Best of Reston raised $675,000 to benefit Cornerstones’ efforts to secure affordable housing for citizens facing homelessness.
This year’s event will honor
- Civic/Community Organization: His Hidden Treasures (Troy and Lois Hughes)
- Small Business Leader: Maid Bright (Maria Fedick, Yusuf and Zeynep Mehmetoglu)
- Corporate Business Leader: Leidos (Mike Coogan, Director, Corporate Responsibility)
- Corporate Business Leader: MAXIMUS (Susan Boren, Mark Andrekovich, Tom Romeo)
- Individual Community Leader: Francis C. Steinbauer
- Vade Bolton-Ann Rodriguez Legacy Award: Casey Veatch
- Individual Community Leader: Larry Butler, Reston Association Senior Director of Parks, Recreation and Community Resources
Read more about the honorees in this previous Reston Now post.
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