A Little About Pimmit Hills In Fairfax County

Pimmit Hills is one of the largest communities in Fairfax County with over 1,640 homes and has a population of 6,094. Pimmit Hills was founded in 1950 as a community for veterans returning home from the Korean War. Pimmit Hills is further surrounded by popular destinations like McLean and Falls Church. Washington DC is less than 10 minutes away and Dulles airport is about 15 away via the Dulles Toll Road. Continue reading

5th Annual Fairfax County Environmental Conference Held At Fairfax County Government Center

5th Annual Fairfax County Environmental Conference was presented by the Environmental Student Leadership Initiative, formerly known as the Eco-School Leadership Initiative. The conference was held on the grounds on Fairfax County Government Center on Saturday, June 22. The conference was a free, day-long event, the purpose of which was to teach students how they, as student-instructors could get involved with environmental education initiatives. By teaching elementary school students using hands-on and engaging interactive games and activities, in the process, the young students would become interested in fighting environmental problems and become future leaders in their communities. Continue reading

What Rotonda Condominiums In McLean Has To Offer?

Rotonda condominiums are located in the Tysons Corner in Fairfax County. Rotonda condos have the address oo Greensboro Dr in McLean. Rotonda condos were built from 1978 through 1980. Rotonda condominiums are located over an area of 34 acres and are a gated condominium community. Rotonda is one of Northern Virginia’s premier resort-style condos. The location of Rotonda condominiums provides easy access to the Tysons, Dulles Corridor, and D.C. business, retail, and employment centers. Continue reading

FACETS Held Annual Academic Achievement Party To Honor Good Grades And Graduating

FACETS is a non-profit organization that helps people who are stricken by poverty in Fairfax County. On June 12, FACETS held its annual Academic Achievement Party for 122 children and teens supported by them in four low-income communities. They honored children who earned A’s and B’s on their report cards, including 21 of whom are graduating from high school. They also honored 14 adults who graduated from vocation training, ESL and computer classes, paving the way for better employment. Continue reading