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- Burke: Susan and Elizabeth Lydick Receive Nancy Jennings Award
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- Delegate Filler-Corn Honored by the Autism Society
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Susan and Elizabeth Lydick traveled to Portland, Oregon, in June to receive the 2016 Nancy Jennings Award during the bi-annual General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The Nancy Jennings Award is presented to a person or congregation or PC (USA) entity that affirms, supports, and advocates for the gifts, rights, and responsibilities of persons with disabilities in the total life of the church.
More than 80 children from low-income families attended the FACETS Back to School Party on Monday, Aug. 15 in Fairfax.
On Tuesday, Aug. 16, the Autism Society of Northern Virginia (ASNV) honored Del. Eileen Filler-Corn (D-41) with the Community Builder of the Year Award during ASNV’s Annual Wine and Dine for Autism event. This award recognizes those who have had a significant positive impact on the autism community.
Take one action for awareness of National Suicide Prevention week #MindsMatter.
It’s 3 p.m. School’s out. Like clockwork, alerts start ringing, letting our crisis workers know that young people are out of class, and they need to talk.
In July, 2016, 79 Burke homes sold between $1,000,000-$223,425.
Burke Home Sales: July, 2016