Friday Morning Rundown

Sunrise in Reston Nov. 12, 2015/ Credit: JGS on Twitter

New Reston Co-Working Space Will Be “MakeOffices” — Uber Offices will open its Reston location next week, and when it does it will be under new name. The company is changing to MakeOffices, says CEO Raymond Rahbar. MakeOffices Reston will be located in the new RTC West area (12110 Sunset Hills Rd.) and will have 42,000 square feet of space, including 112 private offices, 52 “bullpen” open seating areas and 13 common-use conference rooms. [Washington Post]

Hunter Mill District Champions of Character — The Fairfax County Athletic Council annually selects a male athlete, female athlete, coach and parent from each county district for their contributions to our local sports programs. This year’s Hunter Mill honorees are Lila Roades (female athlete, Vienna Youth Soccer); Ryan Ferzoco (male athlete, Reston Youth Football); Doug Fuller (coach, Reston Soccer Association); Zeinab Kamal (parent, Reston Soccer Association).

Seeking Library Director — Fairfax County is having some trouble filling the role of library director. Several candidates have pulled out of the running as the system faced budget cuts and other woes. Director Sam Clay is retiring in March. [Washington Post]

Help For the Holidays — Herndon-Reston FISH is putting together Thanksgiving baskets for those in need. Visit the SignUp Genius if you have some time or goods to spare. [FISH SignUp Genius]

 Photo: Sunrise in Reston on Nov. 12, 2015/Credit: JGS on Twitter

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