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Discover Western Prince William May 2018
16
Your Business
&
Community
in Action
~ Sarah Smarrelli
Have a Roaring Good Time at the
Prince William Chamber Party
Get ready for an evening of dancing, food, and fun at
the Prince William Chamber of Commerce's Annual
Chairman's Dinner Dance on
June 1 from 6:3010:00
p.m. at Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club (6901
Arthur Hills Drive, Gainesville). Sporting a "Roaring
20s" theme, the event features a four-course dinner
followed by dancing. The Chamber will also
announce their annual award recipients at the
black tie-optional party. Tickets are $95 for
both Chamber members and non-members
and may be purchased online at
www.pwchamber.
org. For more information, contact Debbie Jones at
(571) 765-1877 or djones@pwchamber.org.
Volunteers Work to Beautify Georgetown South
As part of the
17th Annual Comcast
Cares Day on April
21, a group of more
than 200 volunteers
representing Comcast
and the Leadership
Prince William Class of
2018 spent five hours
working to improve
the Georgetown
South neighborhood.
Armed with shovels,
paintbrushes, drills,
and rakes, the volunteers completed a long
list of beautification and safety-improvement
projects such as spreading mulch, prepping
the community vegetable garden, and installing
house numbers in visible locations for every
resident. This last project will enable emergency
responders to locate houses more quickly.
The massive revitalization effort also included
a special gift to the community in recognition
of their overwhelmingly Spanish-speaking
residents--a large AMOR sign, similar to the
LOVE signs seen at various tourist locations
across Virginia.
City of Manassas Recognizes its Volunteers
In late April, the City of
Manassas recognized
11 outstanding local
volunteers during a special
reception at the Hylton
Performing Arts Center.
In front of about 300
attendees, these people
were recognized for the
countless time and effort
they contribute to enhance
the Manassas community
for citizens and visitors:
George Bango, volunteer
with Historic Manassas,
Inc.; Missy Duffy, volunteer
with the City of Manassas
Beautification Committee; Christine Finnie, volunteer with the Greater Manassas
Christmas Parade; Doreen Frederick, volunteer with the Manassas City Police
Department; Christopher Hill, Manassas Museum volunteer; Mason Hollcroft,
volunteer with the Manassas Utility Commission; Cathy Lemon, volunteer with
the City of Manassas Citizen Advisory Committee on Solid Waste; Jimmy and
Susie Lunsford, Adopt-A-Street program volunteers; Rebecca Olsen, Adopt-A-
Park volunteer; and Dan Radtke, volunteer with the Manassas Regional Airport
Commission.
Ross Snare Named Prince William Chamber Director of
Government Relations
The Prince William Chamber of Commerce
recently hired Ross Snare as their new
director of government relations. A graduate
of Christopher Newport University, Ross
most recently served as a legislative aide
for Corey Stewart, Chairman of the Prince
William Board of County Supervisors. Ross
has also worked as the legislative aide to the
Springfield District Supervisor on the Fairfax
County Board of Supervisors and as an aide
in the Virginia House of Delegates. In his new
role, Ross will focus on advancing business
issues and interests. For more information,
visit
www.pwchamber.org.
Ross Snare
Don't Miss the Downtown Manassas Art Festival!
Art lovers, rejoice! During the weekend of
May 1820, The City of Manassas and
Historic Manassas, Inc. will host "One Love Manassas"--a celebration of talented
artists, performers, and speakers. This three-day multi-media experience in
downtown Manassas will feature a juried art competition, more than 50 performers,
a film and photography exhibition, workshops, and a marketplace.
Musical performances on
May 18 begin at 6:15 p.m. at the Harris Pavilion, with
Pete Evick, lead guitarist for the Bret Michaels Band taking the stage at
8:15
p.m. Saturday night's headliner will be Jamaican native Sahmuel, whose reggae
music begins at
8:00 p.m. One Love Manassas also features numerous panels
and workshops, where visitors can explore various artistic crafts such as quilling
and cake decorating. In addition, the marketplace along Center Street will offer a
variety of unique shopping options to support local artists through the purchase of
crafts, jewelry, sculpture, baskets, and more.
Designed to give artists a platform to perform, share, and leverage their art for the
betterment of the community while raising awareness and inspiring hope for the
love of all artistic platforms, One Love Manassas promises to be an unforgettable
experience. For more information, visit
www.onelovemanassas.com.