Reston, VA

Friday Morning Rundown

Bald Eagle on Lake Thoreau/Credit: Dave Prochnow

Petition to Fully Fund Schools — The Fairfax Education Association has an online petition for county supervisors to fully fund the Fairfax County Schools Budget. []

Love In the Afternoon — The Reston Community Center is one of 50 locations nationwide that will be screening the movie “Age of Love,” which explores love in your later years. The movie follows a group of 70- to 90-somethings as they try speed dating. The free screening is today at 1:30 p.m. and will be followed by a discussion moderated by Steve Gurney from Reston for a Lifetime.

It Will Be Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious — Reston Community Players’ “Mary Poppins” opens next weekend at Reston Community Center Hunters Woods. [Reston Connection]

Trout Season Soon — Trout fishing season in Fairfax County begins Feb. 20. Lake Fairfax will be stocked and ready for fishing, but make sure you get passes and permits. [Fairfax County]

New Park Authority Officers — Reston’s Bill Bouie (Hunter Mill) has been elected by the Fairfax County Park Authority Board to serve his eighth term as chair. Other Park Authority officers elected to a one-year term: Providence District Representative Ken Quincy (Vice Chairman); Springfield District Representative Michael W. Thompson, Jr. (Secretary); and At-large Member Mary D. Cortina (Treasurer). [Fairfax County]

Photo: Bald Eagle on Lake Thoreau/Credit: Dave Prochnow


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