Thursday Morning Rundown

Forest Edge ES students take part in Walk to School Day 2015/Courtesy Karen Raffel

Reston Association’s Open House — New to Reston or want to know more about Reston? Attend Reston Association’s Open House (formerly called Newcomers Night), where reps will be on hand to offer info on recreation, services, covenants, Reston history, and navigating the new RA website. The event is tonight, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m at RA offices, 12001 Sunrise Valley Drive. [Reston Association]

Mom Peeved at Dulles Staff — A woman flying from Boston to a layover Washington Dulles International Airport said she was directed by United Airlines staff to use a pet relief area for a private space to pump breast milk. [Washington Post]

FCPS Graduation Rate on Rise — Fairfax County Public Schools 92.7 percent of the class of 2015 graduated on time. That’s above the state average of 90.5 percent and an increase of 0.1 percent from the class of 2014. [FCPS]

Ritchey Receives Honor — Reston’s Joe Ritchey , and his company, Prospective, Inc., were honored at the BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America gala in New York City on Tuesday. Ritchey was honored for his commitment to public art in Reston and donations of more than $1 million over the years to arts-related non-profits. [Reston Now]

Photo: Forest Edge ES students take part in Walk to School Day 2015 on Wednesday/Courtesy Karen Raffel 

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