Alan Clerinx suggests that property seekers in Herndon who are checking out with a budget of about $539,000 should investigate the opportunity at the real estate at 2052 Capstone Cir in Rock Hill. If you use Alan Clerinx as your agent when purchasing this place of residence, Nesbitt Realty will pay you $2.
Summer vacations bring food insecurity for some households in the community due to the inconsistent access to adequate food by lack of resources. However, to overcome this, no cost meals are being provided to the children and teens at given locations in Herndon and Reston. BBQ sits are also available for the adults for a low-cost purchase. Continue reading
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Another season of free summer concerts with all of your favorite bands and some new ones as well is currently going on at Herndon Friday Night Live. Every Friday night from May through August crowds gather at the Town Green in historic downtown Herndon (777 Lynn Street) beginning at 6:30 pm to hear music from popular local bands and acts from up and down the East Coast. Most music is rock and roll covers from classic to modern rock, but also some country and original music. This Friday on July 12, Boat House Row and Big Al’s Truck would perform. Continue reading
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The Beatles Tribute band, Hard Day’s Night, performed at Reston Town Center on Saturday night, June 22. There was a huge crowd gathered to listen to participate in this Beatlemania. People of Reston enjoyed the re-creation and excitement of a live Beatles concert as Reston Concerts on the Town Summer 2019 presented the Tribute band, “Hard Day’s Night,” hailing from Cleveland, Ohio. Continue reading
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The aim of the attorney and avid cyclist Doug Landau of the Herndon law firm Abrams Landau, Ltd. is to save children from traumatic brain injury due to skateboarding and cycling accidents. His program named “Lids on Kids” was introduced in Hutchison Elementary School on May 22. The purpose of the program was to provide helmets to the children who don’t have them, but this year the program had a twist. It was made compulsory for the students of fifth and sixth grade to have a pledge signed by a parent or adult guardian in order to get a free helmet. Landau said that they did so that they know that the family is also invested in bicycle safety. Continue reading
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