Monday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff May 18, 2015 at 8:00 am 3 Comments

Hanging baskets at Reston Town Center

Save The Golf Course Webinar — Rescue Reston will hold a webinar Tuesday night to explain its next steps in appealing the Fairfax County Board of Zoning Appeals’ decision on Reston National Golf Course. [Rescue Reston]

Is A Gap Year Right For Your Student? — One South Lakes High School senior explains what she has planned after graduation. [Fairfax Times]

Coming (Back) Soon — The Home Speciality Store, which moved from Reston’s Spectrum to Leesburg several years ago, will move back to Reston. [Leesburg Today]

Herndon’s Brave Pitcher — Herndon High School baseball team manager Noah Starinieri has never missed a game or practice. Last week, Starinieri, who has cerebral palsy, was rewarded for his loyalty as the coach made him the starting pitcher against Oakton. [NBC4 Washington]

  • Constance (Connie) Hartke

    For the Rescue Reston live webcast Tuesday 8-9 pm:

    The Smartcloud link to see the slides is https://apps.na.collabserv.com/meetings/join?id=2891-5403. Join as a guest and use password reston (all lower case).

    For audio portion dial 888-426-6840. Access code is 61065076, and then press # key. To mute or unmute your phone, press *6.

  • LaureenMT

    Article does not say where in Reston the Home Specialty Store will move.

    • Karen Goff

      Correct. I will be following up with them this week to find out.


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