Friday Morning Rundown

Tomatoes at Reston community garden near Hunters Woods

Geer Case Change — The daughter of John Geer, the man shot and killed by Fairfax County Police in 2013, will not have to speak before a Grand Jury next week. [Washington Post]

Swim Skills — Reston Community Center will hold free swim evaluations for young swimmers Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. This is a good opportunity to know where you are before fall swim class signup begins on Aug. 1. [RCC]

Grant For GRACE — The Greater Reston Arts Center is one of 17 Fairfax County non-profit arts organizations that have been awarded the 2016 Project Support Grant from the Arts Council of Fairfax County. GRACE received the grant in support of its 2016 gallery installation by artist Shih Chieh Huang. That exhibit will begin in April 2016.

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