Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts is hailing Republican Sang Yi’s decisive election to another term on the Fairfax City Council.
“Congratulations to Sang Yi on a stunning victory,” Knotts said Tuesday night. “More votes were cast for Republican Sang Yi than for any other candidate on the ballot in the City of Fairfax.”
Democrat Northern Virginia officials sent a letter to Governor Ralph Northam on Sunday, urging him not to ease restrictions on their own constituents’ economic and personal freedoms.
The letter – signed by “Mayors and Chairs of the Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William, and the City of Alexandria” – does not reflect the views of all Northern Virginians, who are now suffering financially and otherwise as the result of Governor Northam’s March 30 “stay at home” order…
Looking for a summer job? Feedback on your job goals?
The Fairfax County Teen Job Fairs and Resume Building Workshops are designed to help teenagers connect with the local job market.
Saturday, April 27th
10 am to 12 pm
Mount Vernon High School
Co-sponsored by Supervisor Dan Storck, Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce, and Mount Vernon High School
What: The fairs focus on student job seekers (approximately ages 16 to 18) looking for full time employment, after-school employment, seasonal positions, internship opportunities, or volunteer experiences. It is open to all teens in Fairfax County looking for employment or wanting tips to build their resume.
Businesses and organizations showcase their companies, brand their business in the local community, and advertise the positions they have available.
It does not cost to participate. Businesses and organizations seeking to secure space at the job fair should click here to fill out the application form.
During our job fairs over the last few years, over 2000 Fairfax County teenagers and 100+ employers have attended all events combined. These job fairs provide hundreds of teenagers the opportunity to get in front of employers and for employers and volunteer organizations to find talented, driven Fairfax County students to fill their positions.
Businesses may click here to register for a free booth space.
For more details, or to contact the office of Pat Herrity, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, click here.
(Supervisor Pat Herrity represents the Springfield District, which generally includes West Springfield, Fair Oaks, Clifton, parts of Burke and Fairfax Station. The Springfield District Supervisor’s Office provides constituent services for residents and supports Pat in the mission of governing the District and the county.)
The Arlandria Eggstravaganza is one of the most EGGciting Easter events in the Northern Virginia area each year.
Held at the Four Mile Run Park in the Arlandria-Chirilagua neighborhood in the City of Alexandria, this annual free community event is filled with entertainment, activities, food, music, and of course good Old-fashioned egg hunts.
This family-friendly event consistently draws between 7000 to 8000 people and often that level is exceeded. With activities and entertainment for all age groups, this is truly an event for everyone.
Four Mile Run Park
4131 Mt Vernon Ave, Alexandria, VA 22305, USA
Saturday April 13 2019
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
To crack open the details on the day, click here.
The fairs focus on student job seekers (approximately ages 16 to 18) looking for full time employment, after-school employment, seasonal positions, internship opportunities, or volunteer experiences. It is open to all teens in Fairfax County looking for employment or wanting tips to build their resume.