Tuesday Morning Notes

Weathervane at Terraset ES

New Slate at Cornerstones — Reston nonprofit Cornerstones has announced a new Board of Directors for 2017-18: Sara Leonard, Board Chair; Susan Jones, Vice Chair; John Thomas, Secretary; Lawrence Schwartz, Treasurer. Leonard has served on the Board since 2011 as a representative from Christ the Servant Lutheran Church. She has chaired the Board Governance Committee since 2013 and served as Vice Chair since 2014.

Shop And Help — Whole Foods Market Reston is donating 5 percent of every sale on Sept. 21 to the Terraset Elementary PTA in support of the school’s Outdoor Learning Center (OLC). As a two-year renovation of the school concludes, Terraset ES aims to expand the OLC to its vast green rooftop and launch a student gardening program.

Artist’s Talk — Award-winning sculptor Barbara Grygutis, who has created more than 75 large-scale public art works across the United States and Canada, including the Silver Line’s Spring Hill Metro station, will kick off the Initiative for Public Art-Reston’s (IPAR) Artist Talk Series on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. at Reston Association (12001 Sunrise Valley Dr.) 

New SafeTrack Schedule Starts Sept. 15 — The ninth out of 15 Metro “Safety Surges” for expedited repairs begins this week and will affect Orange Line riders. [Fairfax County]

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