Seven finalists will be honored at a celebration reception for the 2018 Best of Reston Awards.
Mark Ingrao, the chamber’s President and CEO said the event affirms the “chamber’s commitment to building a community that is not just a great place to do business – but one which offers hope and opportunity to all who live, work, play and serve here.”
An awards gala will take place on April 12 to celebrate the honorees:
- Marybeth Haneline
- Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation
- Terry Redican
- Andy Sigle
- Leslie Kane
- South Lakes High School PTSA Food Pantry
Honorees were selected from a pool of a dozen finalists.
Leidos, which hosted a celebration reception last week, presented Cornerstones with a $50,000 check — a move the organization’s CEO applauded.
Photos by Chip McCrea Photography
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