Monday Morning Rundown

Drummer at Reston Multicultural Festival 2015

Remembering Former Herndon Band Members  — A fundraiser was held at Woody’s Golf Range in memoriam of the three former Herndon High band members — Holly Novak, Kyle Mathers and Dale Neibauer — who were killed in a car crash in Texas in August. Proceeds benefitted a new HHS scholarship in their names. [Herndon Connection]

Walk To Help Homeless People — Mayflowers Floral Studio at Reston Town Center will host its fourth annual lunchtime walk to benefit Cornerstones this Thursday. [Cornerstones]

FCPD Investigation — Fairfax County Police are investigating an officer’s use of a stun gun during an arrest last week. The incident took place in the Alexandria area of Fairfax County. [Washington Post]

Kudos For Reston Companies — Three Reston-based companies, Dimension Data, Knight Point Systems, and Ventera Corporation, were among 13 area firms selected as 2015 CARE (“Companies As Responsive Employers”) Award winners by the Northern Virginia Family Service. Companies are awarded for family friendly policies, benefits and community involvement.

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