State Senator Adam Ebbin and Delegate Mark Sickles are hosting a town hall meeting as the next session of the Virginia Assembly begins. The town hall is on Saturday, January 20 from Noon-1:30 PM at Mount Eagle Elementary School. Come out to hear from our local representatives and ask questions about the next legislative session.
Join us for a fun day of making park improvements together as a community!
** All volunteers receive a free T-shirt!**
Food and Drinks will be provided
Date: Saturday, June 16 starting at 9:00 a.m.
• Cleaning & painting the Pavilion
• Spreading fresh crushed stone
• Picking up trash
• Various other smaller painting projects
Supplies are provided but recommend bringing gloves and any other tools you think would be useful.
For more information or to sign-up, contact: Sharon Evans, firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of Neighborhood Watch, join your fellow Jefferson Manor residents at the Jefferson Manor Park Pavilion for National Night Out! We will be serving hot dogs (veggie options available), ice cream, root beer, and other cold beverages to all who attend! Owners, renters, and friends welcome. And we are expecting a few special visitors!
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National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.
Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August.
Calling all kids! And kids at heart! Come to the park to show off your Halloween costumes, paint a pumpkin, and enjoy our Fall Potluck.
We’ll meet at Jefferson Manor Park from 11 AM to 1 PM.
Last names A-F can bring a main course (meat, pasta, casserole, soup/stew), G-N can bring a side dish (salad, veggie, bread), and O-Z can bring dessert. But if you have a recipe you love, go ahead and break the rules!
No requirement to bring food or drink to enjoy the fun. Don’t forget to wear your costume!
We hope you’ll join your neighbors in celebrating!
Fairfax County is creating Urban Design Guidelines for the Richmond Highway corridor. The Guidelines provide details on many of the recommendations described in the Embark Comprehensive Plan including the appearance and function of streets, parks and plazas, and other elements of the public realm.
To kick this project off, the County invites everyone in the community to participate in an Urban Design Workshop to share their design ideas for Richmond Highway.
• Saturday, December 8, 2018
• 10:00am – 12:30pm
• Walt Whitman Middle School Cafeteria, 2500 Parkers Ln, Alexandria, VA 22306
For more information visit:
or contact JoAnne Fiebe at the Fairfax County Office of Community Revitalization the Office of Community Revitalization at 703-324-9300
The kids have their fun at the holiday extravaganza, now the grown-ups have theirs too! All are welcome to celebrate the season at the Davis House from 5:00-7:00 PM. We will have adult beverages and appetizers. Feel free to bring something to share. Or just show up!
Before the holiday happy hour is the JMCA holiday extravaganza featuring Cookies & Cocoa with Santa (bring your own camera or smartphone for pictures), Reindeer Race for kids at 3:30, and lighting of the Menorah (all are welcome) at 4:30. This portion runs 3 – 5 PM.
Bring a new and unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots or a non-perishable item for the food bank. A big thank you to the Davis Family!
It’s an election year in Fairfax County! 4 candidates are running for the Democratic nomination for Lee District Supervisor.
The Jefferson Manor Citizens Association invites you to join your neighbors for an evening with the Lee District Supervisor candidates on Saturday, April 27 from 6:00-8:00 PM at Tanger Kabob, located at 5735 Telegraph Rd.
Each candidate will have 2-3 minutes to speak to the attendees about why s/he are running to represent Lee District. Then attendees and candidates can mingle, eat, drink, and enjoy the evening!
The JMCA will provide appetizers and soft drinks. Alcohol will be available at happy hour pricing, $3 beer, $4 wine, and $4 rail mixed drinks.
Done with your spring cleaning and have a few things left over? Set up your front yard or driveway for the JMCA Community Yard Sale!
People with a small number of items to sell are invited to join the community area at 6020 Monticello Road. This location will also feature a “Name Your Own Price” section where 100% of proceeds go to The Red Cross.
For you bargain hunters, get excited to walk around, talk to neighbors, and score some great finds. We will have signs and advertising this year, but feel free to do your own as well.
In the spirit of past fundraisers, participating homes are invited to donate a percentage of sales to charity. We suggest at least 10%. Last year, we donated more than $400. Let’s beat that!
Contact Chair of the JMCA Board Kay Floyd – email@example.com – with any questions, to join the community area, and for information on how to donate.