Friday Morning Rundown

April on Lake Thoreau

RA’s New Officer Slate — Reston Association’s Board of Directors elected new officers on Wednesday. The slate remains the same as it did in 2015: Ellen Graves, president; Michael Sanio, VP; Eve Thompson, Secretary; and Dannielle LaRosa, Treasurer.

“Our Town” Coming to Our Town — Reston Community Players will close out their 49th season with Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town,” which opens next week. [Reston Connection]

“Living Well’ This Weekend — The Living Well, Aging Well Summit is Saturday, April 16, at the Fairfax County Government Center. The event is free and is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The summit will feature a Technology Expo demonstrating exciting new technologies to make your life easier;
a Transportation and Mobility Expo showcasing options for getting where you want to go; a “Venture into Volunteering” Fair; health and wellness screenings, and more.

483 Offered Admission to ‘TJ’ — Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology has offered admission to 483 students for the Class of 2020. About 71 percent of the students will come from Fairfax County. TJ received 2868 applications. [FCPS]

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Morning Notes

Commercial Buildings Win Awards — Projects in Fairfax County received 10 honors at the NAIOP Northern Virginia awards earlier this month. College Board in Reston received the award of excellence…

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