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Ellie Stokes and
Bob Smith of the
in Reston are
named the prom
king and queen at News, Page 3
the last Saturday’s
Senior Senior Prom
at St. Joseph’s
Photo by Mike DiCicco/The Connection
News, Page 9
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www.ConnectionNewspapers.com XXIV, Number 18 Herndon Connection ❖ May 5-11, 2010
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McKinney, Napolitano Wed
icole Lee McKinney and
N David Michael Napolitano
were married April 17,
during a beachside ceremony at Pier
House Resort in Key West, Fla.
The bride is the daughter of Philip
McKinney of Centreville and Susan
McKinney of Arlington.
The groom is the son of Salvatore
and Cathy Napolitano of Herndon.
Maid of Honor was Natalie
McKinney (sister of the Bride) and
Chrissy Sutphin was Bridesmaid.
Best Men were Matthew Napolitano
(brother of the Groom) and Robert
Crane. Groomsmen were Tony Hart
and Vic Grover. Jason McKinney,
brother of the Bride, traveled from
California to attend.
The reception was held at the Roof
Top Café in Key West.
The couple reside in their new
home in Pensacola, Fla. Both David
and Nicole are employed by Navy
Federal Credit Union.
Genevieve N. Navin of Herndon was versity in St. Louis, Mo.
named to the fall 2009 dean’s list at Millsaps Jesse Hangen and David Wheeler, both of
College in Jackson, Miss. Herndon, have been named to the fall 2009 dean’s
Kevin Wright of Oak Hill was named to the list at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Mass.
fall 2009 dean’s list at Frostburg State Univer- Travis Benson of Herndon has been named
sity of Frostburg, Md. to the fall 2009 dean’s list at Villanova
Neel David Kotra of Herndon was named University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
to the fall 2009 dean’s list at Washington Uni- at Villanova, Pa.
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Herndon Connection Editor Kemal Kurspahic
News 703-778-9414 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos by Mike DiCicco/The Connection
Photo by Sgt. Cody Harding/U.S. Army
This year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural Foundation scholarship winners, joined by
former Virginia First Lady Anne Holton, center, were, from left, Tracy King and Jasmin
Lawrence of Mount Vernon High School, Alexis Lewis of Herndon High School, Yuri
Lopez of JEB Stuart High School, DeAnna Miller of Westfield High School, Cedric Ndaw
of Lake Braddock Secondary School, Fiyori Negussie of West Springfield High School,
Christian Rivero of Northern Virginia Community College and Tchakalla Romeo of
Robinson Secondary School. Not pictured is Waveney Hudlin.
Brig. Gen. Scott Hanson, the commander of the 321st
Air Expeditionary Wing and an Air Force Advisor to
Foundation Promotes Education the Iraqi Air Force, a Herndon native, shovels dirt
into the first plot for the Iraqi Air Force Long Range
Radar site on COB Adder April 27.
MLK Cultural Foundation luncheon recognizes students
and educators, features former Virginia first lady. Radar Groundbreaking
By Mike DiCicco University, and then graduate from Georgetown Law Herndon native, home of a new Long Range
Radar and Control Center, was
The Connection School and earn a Master’s degree in economics and
a PhD in political science, all in order to join the Brig. Gen. Scott visited by high-ranking officers
of the Iraqi Army, including
yrtle Gallow, president of the Reston- United Nations and eventually become a diplomat
Hanson, sees Staff Lt. Gen. Anwar, the Iraqi
M based Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural overseas.
Foundation, said the group started A few years after the foundation was formed,
awarding scholarships in 1999, Gallow said, members decided they wanted to rec-
shortly after it was formed, as a way of fulfilling its ognize people who dedicated their lives to educa-
mission to engage in community outreach that em- tion, so the Outstanding Educator award was cre-
growth of Iraqi
Air Forces Commander. Brig.
Gen. Rick Gibbs, the USD-S
Deputy Commanding General
for Maneuver, and Brig. Gen.
Scott Hanson, the 321st Air Ex-
bodied the dream that King famously shared with ated. This year’s winners were Alvarez LeCesne,
By Sgt. Cody Harding peditionary Wing Commanding
the country. She said the foundation had wanted Alene Smith and the team of Lorraine Obuchon and
TF 12 Public Affairs Office Officer, a Herndon native, were
“some way of recognizing students who needed a Maureen Nilsen Simmons.
also present for the ceremony.
little extra recognition and a little Introducing the winners, Mary
OB Adder, Iraq – The Gibbs said that the radar sys-
extra push.” Jane Hovis, chair of the foundation’s
This year, 35 students applied for
the $2,000 scholarships and 10
were selected, including Reston’s
“I’m a huge fan
and supporter of
Outstanding Educator Committee,
said LeCesne was a retired Depart-
ment of Justice attorney who served
C United States Forces
serving in Iraq provide
a number of essential assets to
tem improves the capabilities of
the Iraqi Air Force not just by
providing radar coverage but
support the Soldiers on the allowing Iraqi pilots to coordi-
own Waveney Hudlin of South or had served as president of the
Lakes High School, an aspiring public education.” Reston Optimists Club, chair of the
ground. From an Air Force and
Army Aviation Corps providing
nate between pilots in the air
and units on the ground.
teacher who will attend Stanford — Anne Holton, former Reston Community Coalition, a security from the air to logis- Hanson described the abilities
University next year.
first lady of Virginia member of the Executive Commit- tics and other support services of the system, including long-
The students were honored at the tee of the Fairfax County NAACP
that keep operations going. range warning capabilities, and
foundation’s 12th annual Scholar- and vice president of the Reston
As American forces draw down air control over a large amount
ship Luncheon and Silent Auction last Saturday, April chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity’s charitable
in Iraq according to the Status of of Southern Iraq, in an interview
24 at the Waterford in Fair Oaks. foundation board, among other affiliations. He was
Forces Agreement, the Iraqi to show how the Iraqi Air Force
Eligible students include Fairfax County high school a past winner of the “Best of Reston” award.
Forces are working diligently to is growing in capability.
seniors and Fairfax or Loudoun residents in Northern LeCesne was being recognized, though, for serv-
replace American-held support “This is just one more step
Virginia Community College’s Pathway Program. This ing since 2002 as executive director of the Emerging
systems with equipment of their forward in all the things the
year’s winners are pursuing a wide variety of dreams, Scholars Program, which is a free program that pre-
own. With the groundbreaking Iraqi Air Force is growing in,”
such as Herndon High School senior Alexis Lewis’s pares selected disadvantaged fourth-graders to en-
for a new Long Range Radar site Hanson said. “And it’s really
two possible goals of becoming either a clinical psy- ter independent preparatory schools and then awards
on Contingency Operating Base exciting to watch and be a part
chologist who works with children or a veterinarian. them scholarships to those schools, Hovis said.
Adder Apr. 27, the government of. We see the size of the Iraqi
She has been accepted to eight schools and plans to LeCesne said he had been the first member of his
begins to build their ability to Air Force nearly doubling in the
stay active by playing basketball at one of them. family to go to college and wanted to help others
control the skies. next year and a half,” said
Northern Virginia Community College student realize the American dream by giving children the
The site, which will be the Hanson.
Christian Rivero plans to pursue a double major in power to earn a scholarship to an independent school
political science and economics at George Mason See Promoting Eductaion, Page 10
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Week in Herndon
Rust Named to Four Committees
Del. Tom Rust (R-86) has been appointed to several commit-
tees and commissions by Speaker of the House William Howell
(R). Rust has been re-appointed to the Northern Virginia Trans-
portation Authority (NVTA), the Northern Virginia Transporta-
tion Commission (NVTC), the Commonwealth Competition Coun-
cil (CCC) and the Joint Commission on Technology and Science
Photos by Mike DiCicco/The Connection
The NVTA is composed of the chief elected officials of the coun-
ties and cities of Northern Virginia and two members of the Vir-
ginia House of Delegates. They choose the transportation projects
to be constructed in Northern Virginia and they are also tasked
with creating and amending a regional transportation plan for
Northern Virginia and for long-range transportation planning for
Northern Virginia. The NVTC was established to manage and con-
trol the functions, affairs, and property of the Northern Virginia
Transportation District. As a member of the Commonwealth Com-
petition Council, Rust is tasked with making recommendations
to the Governor and General Assembly of alternative ways of pro-
viding traditional government services. JCOTS studies all aspects
of technology and science and promotes the development of tech-
nology and science in the Commonwealth.
Rust welcomes constituent inquiries to his Herndon office at
703-437-9400 or via e-mail at delTRust@house.virginia.gov. Members of the group God of Swing, which volunteers at the Senior Senior Prom each
year, give a performance.
Farmers’ Market Opens May 6
Party Like It’s 1949
Herndon Farmers’ Market, a weekly marketplace that show-
cases a variety of seasonal fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, meats,
eggs, jams, jellies, plants and home baked goods, opens Thurs-
day, May 6, 8 a.m.-12 noon and runs every Thursday morning
through October. All items are homegrown or baked by the ven-
dors at the market.
The Farmers’ Market is located at Lynn Street in downtown Senior citizens dust off swing dancing moves at
Herndon, in front of the red caboose.
Information: www.herndon-va.gov or call 703-787-7380. Herndon-Reston Senior Senior Prom.
Smart Markets Herndon To By Mike DiCicco
and take pictures.
“It’s really just a truly community event,” Oliver
Open May 13 said.
The City of Herndon welcomes a new farmers’ market May 13 Junior Helen Berrios and sophomore Ayla Bo had
im Klenk, event coordinator for St. Joseph
with the opening of Smart Markets Herndon, a guaranteed pro-
ducer-only farmers’ market with an array of delicious fruits, veg-
etables, baked goods, wines, prepared foods and more. The mar-
ket will operate every Thursday through October, from 3:30-6:30
p.m., at Herndon Centre on Elden Street.
J Parish in Herndon, said he was such a fan
both volunteered at the event last year. “Interact gets
of the annual Senior Senior Prom that he
us really involved in the community,” Berrios said.
had left his son’s Eagle Scout project to drop
She said she enjoyed watching a style of dance that
she wouldn’t see in many other places.
in on the event at his church on Saturday afternoon,
“I think old people are adorable and I love watch-
May 1. “This is one of the neatest things we do here
Founded in 2008, Smart Markets, Inc., operates guaranteed pro- ing them,” Bo said.
every year,” he said of the senior citizens’ dance
ducer-only farmers’ markets in Centreville, Fairfax Corner, Oakton, Ellie Stokes of Reston, who was named prom
jointly sponsored by the Rotary clubs of Reston and
Herndon, Reston and at Maryland’s National Harbor. For more Herndon. queen, called the event “the most incredibly well run
information, visit www.smartmarkets.org. operation I’ve seen.”
With almost 200 people in attendance, the event
had more than doubled in size since it started in“And not only that, but it made me feel young
again,” she said. “That music is the music I grew up
2003, said Pat Williams of the Herndon Rotary’s Se-
Area Chambers Host nior Senior Prom Committee. on.”
“It just keeps growing and grow-
Banking Symposium ing every year,” said Herndon Ro-
The Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce, along with four tary member and local chiroprac-
other area chambers, will host a “Bank Lending & Economic Re- tor Chris Oliver, who coordinated
covery Symposium (Show me the Money).” The event will fea- the dance. “We may have to open
ture 20 area bank industry senior executives and their lending up another room next year.”
customers for a dialogue on bank lending, economic recovery Providing swing music was the
and where we go from here. Loudoun Jazz Ensemble, a 17-
The event takes place Wednesday, May 12, from 11:30 a.m.- piece brass band. “They just come
1:30 p.m., at Waterford of Fair Oaks, Fair Oaks Mall, 12025 Lee every year and donate their time.
Jackson Memorial Highway in Fairfax. Led by a keynote presen- It’s amazing,” Oliver said. And
tation by Virginia Bankers Association (VBA) President & CEO dancing to the band, along with
Bruce T. Whitehurst, the event will address many of the bank the senior citizens in attendance,
lending issues and questions, including the current state of the was the swing dancers’ group God
banking industry and lending; navigating the new economic and of Swing, who also volunteer for
regulatory environment; bank and non-bank lending; political the event every year.
myth versus reality and what it means for one’s business; and About 20 members of the
lessons learned and success case studies. Herndon High School Interact
Registration & Networking is from 11:30 a.m.-12 noon. Club, Rotary’s service club for Henrietta Witt, 86, of Paul Newcombe of Fairfax
teens, as well as the school’s Stu- Reston teaches God of and Jean Steyn of
dents against Global Abuse Swing member Charles Annandale accept the
See Week, Page 5 (SAGA) group were on hand to Williams of Fairfax a few award for most adorable
help with the setup, greet guests moves. couple.
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Week in Herndon
From Page 4 Singers is dedicating these May concerts to and $10 for students (with $2 off if pur- its neighborhoods. Citizens may nominate
helping provide musical instruments needed chased more than 24 hours in advance). their own or their neighbors’ yards for the
Voce Singers by GMU music education students for their
degree requirements. Voce will gladly accept
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Commemorate any new or used musical instruments, re- Mayor and Town Council at public meetings.
gardless of condition, for tax-deductible
donation to this program. Bring any instru-
2010 Yard of Month Nomination forms are available on the
Cultivating Community page of the town’s
Voce Chamber Singers and Dr. Kenneth
ments for donation to the concert.
❖ Saturday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m. St. John
Award Season Begins website, www.herndon-va.gov; see the link
off of the homepage at “featured this
Nafziger, artistic director, will present Two The Town of Herndon’s Yard of the Month
Neumann Church, 11900 Lawyers Road, month.” Forms are also available at the
American Giants: Barber and Schuman. The award season is officially under way. Yard of
Reston Neighborhood Resource Center and at the
year 2010 is the 100th anniversary year of the Month is an opportunity to recognize the
❖ Sunday, May 16, at 3 p.m. St. Timothy’s Herndon Municipal Center. For more infor-
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income families in Fairfax. Contact
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‘As You Like It.’ 2 p.m. CenterStage at
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Foundation Promotes Education
long learning and helped low-in-
Creative Dance From Page 3
and put themselves on track to come single parents improve their
Center’s be future leaders. circumstances, Hovis said. “Be-
Top Award-Winning Competition Team, ranked #1 in 2008 in As a sixth-grade substitute yond their work with students,
the State of Virginia by Dancer Magazine, is holding its annual teacher at Dogwood Elementary they strive to give a public pres-
audition for new members: Saturday, May 8 School, Hovis said, Smith founded ence to the ACE program,” she
the Rising Stars Transition pro- said. “Not only do they run the
For information, call Ginny Frye
gram, which is designed to inspire Education for Independence pro-
Come see our performance June 12 children to academic and social gram, they raise the funds that
@ 6:30 p.m. • Freedom High School success through workshops and support it.”
in South Riding, Virginia meetings with community leaders. “In light of having the greatest
The program, she said, “is helping job in the world with the greatest
our students develop the pathways clients, it’s not hard to look good,”
to realize their dreams.” Nilsen Simmons said. “All our stu-
After retiring from her position dents need is opportunity.”
OPEN HOUSES as an admissions director at
George Mason University, Smith
said, she needed something to do, Tom Wilkins, one of the
“I believe in this day and age
society has become complicated,”
Obuchon said, adding that, with
Saturday & Sunday, May 8 & 9 so she started substitute teaching. founders of the Martin
Luther King Jr. Cultural
change as a constant, the ability to
As she watched the teachers and adapt was necessary as well as edu-
students, she recalled, “I said, Foundation, displays the cation. For example, she said, she
‘What can I do to help? This is a lifetime achievement award had just found out the day before
massive job.’” She wanted to mo- that was bestowed on him that she had been laid off. She said
tivate the students to do excellent at the organization’s an- she was looking at the development
work, integrate well socially and nual Scholarship Luncheon. as an opportunity to find new ways
transition into middle school, and elementary schools. This year, she to serve the community, and she
she wanted to introduce them to said, the program was about to noted that she had several copies
the idea of college. start with 617 sixth-graders. of her résumé with her.
Smith said she started the Ris- Obuchon and Nilsen Simmons A few years ago, the foundation
ing Stars program last year with were awarded for their work with created its Lifetime Achievement
86 Dogwood sixth-graders and the school system’s Adult and award for its own members,
had since received calls from the Community Education (ACE) pro- Gallow said. “These are people
2369 N. Nelson St. (Arlington) • $1,498,000 • Open Sunday 1-4 pm principals of Reston’s other five gram, where they promoted life- who go beyond the call of duty in
David Lloyd, Weichert, 703-593-3204 both fund-raising and bringing the
community together in our orga-
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St. Joseph School of Herndon Wins First Place at Diocesan Science Fair
t. Joseph Catholic Elementary School in (first place in biochemistry); Brenna DeBellas (first
S Herndon claimed first place at the Arlington
Catholic Diocesan seventh and eighth grade
Science Fair on April 24, at Paul VI High School.
place in chemistry); Jonathan Stine (first place in
microbiology); Matt Lee (first place in zoology);
Carolyn Oare (third place in medicine and health);
Thirty-four Catholic elementary schools represented Kim Rieder (honorable mention in behavioral and
by 346 students took part in the Science Fair. The social science); cumulative scores were taken to de-
students in competition placed the highest in their termine overall school placement and contributors
local school’s science fair. The fields of science rep- to SJS School winning first place were Gabriella
resented were: behavioral & social science, biochem- Bambino (botany), Jeffrey Joppich (microbiology)
istry, botany, chemistry, computer science, earth & and Joseph Mozeyko (microbiology). Second place
space science, engineering, environmental sciences, was awarded to St. Patrick and third place was
mathematics, medicine & health, microbiology, phys- awarded to St. Veronica.
ics and zoology. Honorable Mention ribbons were “We are so very proud of our students’ scientific Pictured, from left, are St. Joseph School Diocesan Sci-
awarded to individuals in each category as well as knowledge and their ability to excel,” said St. Jo- ence Fair Winners: Kathy Hurley, science teacher; Joan
1st, 2nd, and 3rd medals. Students who received seph School Principal Joan Cargill. “Congratulations Cargill, principal; Kim Rieder; Gabriella Bambino; Brenna
medals also won a savings bond. The winners in- to St. Joseph School and science teacher, Mrs. Kathy DeBellas; Jeff Joppich; Joseph Mozeyko; Chris Hoyle;
cluded the following St. Joseph students; Chris Hoyle Hurley.” Matthew Lee; Jonathan Stine; and Carolyn Oare.
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Sports Sports Roundups
Hornets in the Hunt For
Regular Season Title
Photo by Craig Sterbutzel/The Connection
Despite injury loss of teammates.
“It’s killing him not to be out there play-
pitcher Hvozdovic, ing,” said Miller. “He kind of has that to
motivate him a little bit. We’re just thank-
Herndon is finding ful he’s OK.”
At the time of the injury, Hvozdovic was
ways to win. the Hornets’ No. 1 starting pitcher. Over 22
innings of work prior to the injury, the
southpaw had struck out 30 batters, walked
By Rich Sanders one and won a couple games. He was a big
The Connection reason the Hornets, going into the Oakton
game, had built a 6-1 record in coach
t’s hoped that recently injured Miller’s first year at the helm of the pro-
I Herndon High baseball player
Paul Hvozdovic will return to
the Hornets’ line-up in time for
the upcoming Concorde District play-
offs in a couple of weeks. But there is
“Paul’s our most competitive kid, a bull-
dog out there,” said Miller. “[Not having
that] is what has hurt us the most.”
Since Hvozdovic ‘s injury, Herndon’s
The Herndon High boys’ soccer team lost a tough 3-1 decision at
Langley Friday night, April 30. Even so, the Hornets still carry an
impressive 6-3-2 overall record going into this Friday’s home con-
test versus Annandale at 7 p.m. Here, Herndon senior player
Wynton Rose makes his move with the ball.
no guarantee of that happening. pitchers have rallied in outstanding fash-
For Herndon coach Greg Miller and ion, with seniors Nick Impellizzeri, Daniel South Lakes High baseball celebrated Wes Casson doubled and Austin
his team members, the return of the Shill and Alex Clark all making solid mound Reston Little League night on Friday, Schweppe picked up an RBI with a
senior pitcher would be a pleasant contributions. The Hornets, in what has April 23 when the Seahawks hosted Lan- ground out to shortstop for the fourth
surprise. But that decision regarding been an amazing breakthrough season, gley in a Liberty District game. While Seahawks’ run of the inning.
Hvozdovic’s possible return has not were 10-3 overall going into this week’s play South Lakes lost to the Saxons, 13-5, it Langley chipped away with runs in the
been made yet. and a solid 4-2 in the Concorde District was still a good night of baseball in second and third innings while the
“We’re going to err on the side of standings, good enough for a three-way tie Reston with the Little League teams and Seahawks scored a single run in the sec-
being cautious,” said Miller. “If the for first place along with Westfield and players on hand. ond on a David Odlen single/error.
doctors, Paul’s parents and Paul him- Centreville. South Lakes held a 5-4 lead after five Seahawk starting pitcher Will Sweet
self want to give it a shot, I’ll go with The Hornets were scheduled to play innings of play before Langley scored two went five innings before giving way to
that. Paul thinks he might be able to games against both fellow front runners this runs in the top of the sixth and seven relievers Kevin Ball, Jordan Hataway and
come back in time for the [district] week at Centreville on Tuesday, May 4, and more in the seventh to break the game Forrest. Sweet, in the quality start, scat-
tournament. But our main concern is home with Westfield on Friday, May 7 at open. tered six hits over five innings of work,
his health.” 6:30 p.m. Langley, earlier, had jumped out to a with four strikeouts and two walks.
2-0 first inning lead before South Lakes, The balanced Seahawks’ offense came
IN GAMES LAST WEEK, Herndon won a in its half of the inning, scored four times to life with eight hits, five in the first in-
“If the doctors, Paul’s close 3-2 home encounter over Chantilly on to go ahead 4-2. Ryan Forrest led off with ning. Forrest had two hits while Sweet
April 27 before winning a 10-8 slugfest at a double, Will Sweet singled, and (single), Corps-Ortiz (home run), Ball
parents and Paul himself Oakton last Friday night. Wilfredo Corps-Ortiz cleared the bases (single), McLaughlin (single), Casson
want to give it a shot, I’ll Clark, in his first pitching start of the sea-
son, gave the Hornets six solid innings of
with a three-run home run to left center
field. Then, Billy McLaughlin singled,
(double) and Odlen (single) all got hits
go with that.” work against Chantilly, allowing two runs
(none earned). He had only pitched once
— Herndon coach before this season — in a relief outing ver-
Greg Miller sus South Lakes on April 12. Clark could be
a key compliment to Impellizzeri and Shill
in the starting rotation the remainder of the
Hvozdovic was injured on April 14 way.
during his team’s 4-3 extra innings The win over Chantilly was the first for
home loss to Concorde District oppo- the Hornets over the Chargers since 2006.
nent Oakton when, after laying down In the win over Oakton, Herndon trailed
a bunt and trying to beat it out for a 6-2 after three innings before rallying to
single, he collided with an Oakton win.
player at first base. Two weeks ago, Herndon and host
Hvozdovic, who according to Miller Robinson played in a wild, extra innings
took a knee to his side on the colli- affair won by the Hornets, 11-10, on April
sion, suffered a collapsed lung and 23. The score was tied at 5-5 after seven
was sent to Reston Hospital, where he innings. Herndon scored a run in the eighth,
underwent surgery. He spent 10 days but the Rams tied it with a run in their half
in the hospital before coming home of the inning. The Hornets appeared to be
more than a week ago. He is now on in the driver’s seat after scoring four more
the mend. in the ninth, but Robinson tallied four of its
Miller, who resides right near the own to move the game into the 10th in-
hospital, had opportunities to visit and ning. There, Shill singled home Matt Smith
encourage his player. to put Herndon ahead for good, 11-10. Shill,
The coach, earlier this week, said on the mound in the bottom half of the in- Players within the Reston Little League were on hand to enjoy South
Hvozdovic wants to regain his health ning, held the Rams in check and Herndon Lakes’ home baseball game versus Langley on April 23.
and get back onto the field with his had won.
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PRESSURE WASHER ing: I was now life-expectancy-challenged, to
grees. He taught law at Chicago-Kent Col- Experienced. put it mildly; that is, with a “p.c.” spin on it.
lege of Law and American University’s Commission based. Operations Manager And “correct,” with respect to my con-
Washington School of Law (Professorial Call Dee: 703-481-1460 Landscape Co. seeks Operations Manager in sumption, is what I’ve tried to be. I’m attempt-
Lecturer 1950-1959). Sterling. Small business environment that ing to follow a PH-balance-changing regimen
A WWII Army veteran, Netherton served requires multitasking & a "get the job done" to consume a great deal more alkaline foods
mentality. Management exp required. Email than acidic foods, thereby altering (hopefully)
for years of active duty, part of his time spent
in the China, Burma, and India theater,
PT Church Choir Director resume & cover letter w/salary requirements my blood chemistry; the theory being that can-
to HR@sunriselawnlandscaping.com cer cells, which we all have as part of our
(931st Signal Battalion) followed by 27 Contact Debra Krahling DNA, figuratively speaking (maybe even liter-
years in the Army Reserve, retiring as a colo- www.washingtonplazachurch.com or ally for all I know/understand), cannot exist in
nel in 1973. He was an active member in 703-471-5225 for more information. an alkaline environment. In effect/theory, mak-
Systems Engineer ing one’s internal combustion engine a less
the Burma Star Association, organizing the (Herndon, VA) hospitable environment/host to these life-
First American Branch in 2000. More re- Support project staff w/computer problems; threatening cells, and to extend my progno-
cently, Netherton organized and conducted EARN PAID TIME OFF! perform network & server admin. Perform sis/life in the process, beyond its current 13-
a semi-monthly Military History Forum in CNA’s/Companions/Live - Ins software dvlpmnt tasks to automate client months-to-two-years time frame.
Falls Church. request processes. MS Electrical Eng'g req'd. And so, salad, sometimes days, more so
Needed immediately to help with daily Mail resumes to PB Americas, 1 Penn Plz, nightly and on the weekends, is now a primary
Netherton was retired from a career of meals, errands, chores, laundry, etc. New York, NY 10119, Attn: M. Paradisi or part of my food for thought. These days, I
conducting and administering research and Flexible schedules - work when you spend more time in the produce section of the
apply online at careers.pbworld.com- #10623.
writing programs in academic, governmen- want. Paid training, double time for hol- supermarket than I do in any other aisle. Not
tal, private sector, and consultative organi- idays. PT/FT. Call now 703-766-4019. that I’ve become the least bit knowledgeable
zations. His main fields of expertise had (actually I have become the least bit knowl-
been in transportation and land-use plan- Educational Internships edgeable), but I have become more inclined
and quite frankly, likely, to wander through this
ning law, environmental law, historic pres-
ervation, and local history. He has pub-
COLLEGE STUDENTS Unusual opportunity to learn many aspects of section first (and foremost) to take in the sights
– and smells – and to see if there are any items
the newspaper business. Internships available in
lished, lectured, and consulted in a profes-
sional career of more than 40 years. He has
& 2010 H.S. GRADS reporting, photography, research, graphics.
that meet my still extremely narrow window of
eating opportunity. (Organic is even better, I’ve
Opportunities for students, and for adults consid- been advised.)
designed and managed scholarly and ap-
plied research and writing programs for
SUMMER WORK! ering change of career. Unpaid. E-mail
No more can I cookie-cake-candy-ice
cream-soft drink my way through the super-
national organizations, the U.S. Depart- $17.00 Base-Appt, FT/PT, internship@connec market. In fact, I haven’t had an Oreo Cookie
ments of the Interior and Transportation, Sales/Svc, No Exp Nec, (Double Stuf) in so long, that I’m no longer
tionnewspapers.com sure how to spell “Stuf.” Still, I wander through
the National Research Council, The Ameri-
can Bar Association, and Congressional
All Ages 17+, Conditions Apply those aisles, too (I’d be lying if I said, occasion-
703-359-7600 ally), taking inventory, so to speak (sort of as a
study commissions; and he has served as
peculiar way to motivate/discipline myself) and
an advisor for the National Conference of to semi dip my toe back in the sugar-consum-
Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. ing water. But I have enough intestinal forti-
In Northern Virginia, he and his wife, Nan tude now, to not indulge in my former eating
Netherton, had co-edited the first Fairfax fantasies. (To be honest, I’m not a saint, but
neither am I the sinner I once was.) It’s
County Directory: A Civic-Government Tuition is only $2500 extremely difficult, though. Almost all the foods
Handbook in 1957. Later, they co-authored Dental Terminology & Charting (or the category of foods) that I misspent my
histories of Arlington County and Fairfax X-ray & CPR Certification Available youth – and life – eating, and love still: sugar,
Clinical Skills, Sterilization & OSHA Training
County. Individually, he had written mono- Job Interviewing Techniques
dairy, pasta, potatoes, rice, bread, beef/veal/
graphs published by the Fairfax County pork/turkey are acidic and thus, out, at least to
DENTAL ASSISTANT TRAINING OF VIRGINIA the extent/percentage theorized (30 percent of
Planning Department on the Fairfax Court- Lorton and Centreville
Call 703-409-1992 for details or visit your calories) in this alkaline/acidic, cancer-
house, the Colvin Run Mill, and Green affecting discussion/debate.
www.datcpofva.com to Enroll!!
Spring Farm. Most recently he has co- CPR and Radiation Certification As my new consuming passion then, no
Administrative and Office Management available.
authored a regional history of Virginia be- SCHEV APPROVED longer am I eating/drinking all the friendly-to-
tween the Rappahannock and Potomac Riv- cancer “ingestibles” that I have been for the
ers titled In The Path of History. He was an past 50 years (certainly nowhere near the fre-
honorary life member of the Falls Church FULL CHARGE quency or ferocity, that’s for sure). Is it helping?
I don’t think it’s hurting. Is it proactive? Yes, in
Historical Commission, a member of the BOOKKEEPER/ACCOUNTING a reactive-to-my-diagnosis kind of way. Am I
Northern Virginia Association of Historians, TECH - Fairfax, VA doing better than my oncologist expected? Yes!
and he had received awards and profes- Fairfax CPA firm seeks part-time professio- (See column titled “Between a Rock and a
sional recognition for his research and writ- nal individual. Minimum 4 yrs bookkeeping Hard Place,” 4/21/2010 for comparison.) Is my
prognosis different now in year two? No. Can I
ings and lifetime contributions to the pres- experience, proficient in Excel and Quick-
live with the consequences of these most
ervation of history. books and detail and team oriented. Respon- recent actions? Happily so, and hopefully for
He is survived by his sons, David sibilities may include monthly journal en- years beyond the original diagnosis. Are there
Netherton (Concord, Mass.), and Richard tries/closings, quarterly/year end payroll fil- any guarantees? Just one: “No one gets out of
Netherton (Falls Church), and daughter, ings, and bank and GL reconciliations. this life alive.” So said, Ceil Lourie, my mother,
Nancy Netherton Stelling (Richmond), five Fluency in English required. We offer many times. (For her sake, thank God she died
competitive salaries. E-mail resume along before my diagnosis.)
grandchildren and four great-grandchil- Kenny Lourie is an Advertising Representative for
w/salary reqments to:email@example.com.
dren. A memorial service will be planned The Almanac & The Connection Newspapers.
for early June 2010.
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Mother’s Day Photo Gallery County Briefs
Fairfax Housing Market Update
❖ There were 715 foreclosures in Fairfax County in February,
A memorable mother-daughter down from 725 the month before. The county reports that 115
tubing trip meandering down properties came out of foreclosure in February but 105 additional
the rifles of the Shennandoah properties went into foreclosure during that moth.
River: from left, Samantha A foreclosure in Fairfax stays on the market for approximately
Chamberlin (then 15), daughter four and half months before selling.
of Caroline Hemenway, Lara ❖ The number of active home sales listing in Fairfax dropped
Duffy (then 15), daughter of approximately 25 percent from February 2009 to February 2010,
Margie Duffy, Caroline when there were 4,456 homes on the market.
Hemenway, who has two older ❖ During the first two months of 2010, a newly built townhouse
boys, Austin and Matthew sold, on average, for more than a newly built single-family home.
Chamberlin, and Margie Duffy, The median price of a new townhouse during this time was
who has an older son, Andy, and $738,073 and the median price of a single family home was
younger daughter, Leah. $723,567.
❖ New townhouses have seen a 30 percent increase in price
during the first two months of 2010 when compared to 2009
figures. New single-family homes have continued to sell for less,
dropping 8.6 percent at the beginning of 2010 when compared
❖ The number of previously owned single-family homes and
townhomes that have sold has increased more than 10 percent
since 2009 while the number of newly constructed homes and
townhomes has decreased.
Fairfax homes that sold in February spent, on average, half as
many days on the market as those that sold during the same month
a year earlier.
Fairfax County’s unemployment figures held at a record-high
Alexandra, Madison, Mackenzie
level of 5.5 percent in February. The locality’s current unemploy-
and Carter ‘with the best mom
ment has jumped 1.2 percent, when compared to the same month
in the World,’ Erin Laughlin, in
a year ago.
New York City.
Fairfax County’s unemployment rate is lower than booth Vir-
ginia and the United States. Unemployment in the commonwealth
is at 7.7 percent and unemployment in the country held at 9.7
percent in February.
Fairfax Holds Meeting on
Fairfax County chairman Sharon Bulova (D-At-large), Supervi-
sor Linda Smyth (D-Providence) and U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly
(D-11) will host a town hall meeting on Lyme Disease at the Fairfax
Government Center May 15. The event will take place from 10
a.m. to noon.
Erin and Loren sent this photo Two officials from the federal Center for Disease Control and
of ‘Mom visiting from Rockford, staff from the Fairfax County Health Department will make pre-
Ill.,’ celebrating her birthday in sentations. Local officials who study wildlife and insects will
their Herndon home. also be in attendance.
The Fairfax County Government Center is located at 12000 Gov-
ernment Center Parkway in Fairfax.
Faith Notes are for announcements and Vacation Bible Camp Registration
events in the faith community, including for pre-K through rising fifth graders
special holiday services. Send to begins 8:45 a.m.-12 p.m. on May 10 at
firstname.lastname@example.org. the church, 651 Dranesville Road in
Deadline is Thursday. Herndon. This year’s camp theme is
Galactic Blast: A Cosmic Adventure
The Buddhist Tzu Chi Founda- Praising God. 703-437-5500 or
tion USA invites the public to a series www.trinityherndon.org.
of events on Sunday, May 9, at their
Ashley Trissell (16) and her mom Regional Office, 1516 Moorings Drive, Knitters needed the first and third
Tessy Trissell at the Kennedy Reston. Vegetarian light refreshments Wednesdays of the month, at 7 p.m., at
Center, Christmas 2009. will be served. Contact 703-707-8606 or St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church,
www.us.tzuchi.org. 432 Van Buren St., Herndon. The
*Sakyamuni Buddha’s Birthday church’s Shawl Ministry is offering free
Celebration, 9:30-10:30 a.m. knitting instruction while providing
Ashley Trissell, Abuelita Rossy Zavala *Sharing On Haiti Relief Efforts, shawls, blankets and other knitted
(Houston, Texas), and Tessy Trissell. In 10:50 a.m.-12 p.m. items for people in need. No cost and
June 2008, grandparents came to visit for *Tzu Chi Missions Exhibition, 9 yarn can be provided. E-mail
a.m.-4 p.m. email@example.com or visit the
brother Brian Trissell’s Herndon High Pastoral Care page at www.saint-
graduation. Trinity Presbyterian Church timothys.org.
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