Monday Morning Notes

Morning Notes - Winter

Reston 20/20 Lobbies for Open Sessions for MediaWorld Contract Negotiations — Reston 20/20, a local advocacy group focused on community planning, urged the Reston Association Board to conduct open sessions for contract negotiations with MediaWorld, the firm chosen to review the Tetra/Lake House budget overrun. The board decided to have a closed meeting to conduct contract discussions with the RA’s legal counsel. [Reston 20/20]

South Lakes Beats Herndon in Boys Basketball — The South Lakes High School boys varsity basketball team took on rival Herndon Hornets Friday evening and won, 79-67, bringing the squad to a 2-2 record this season. The Seahawks next will face Langley High School on Tuesday night. [South Lakes Athletics]

Former SkateQuest Cook Opens Restaurant — Nery Hernandez, who was the cook behind the counter at Reston’s SkateQuest Cafe, has opened Nery’s Pupuseria in Purcellville. She cooks up pupusas, flautas, curtido and her other favorites from her home country of El Salvador. [Fairfax Connection]

Senior Advisory Committee Seeks New Ideas – Reston Association’s 55+ Advisory Committee is looking for new ideas and fresh perspectives on the best programs, activities and services to benefit local senior citizens. Join the committee for its latest meeting this Tuesday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at RA Headquarters (12001 Sunrise Valley Dive). [Reston.org]

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