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Words to Learn By—Annual Scrabble fundraiser March 7 at Linton Hall School

A Scrabble® Scramble night to benefit BEACON for Adult Literacy will be held on Saturday, March 7, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Linton Hall School (9535 Linton Hall Rd. in Bristow. Registration for a team of four players is $120. To register, visit beaconliteracy.org or contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 571-428-2504.

Soup-er Bingo Jan. 25 to benefit Haymarket Regional Food Pantry

The Haymarket Regional Food Pantry will host its Soup-er Bowl BINGO Fundraiser and Food Drive on Saturday, Jan. 25 from 3 to 5 p.m. at Alvey Elementary located at 5300 Waverly Farm Dr, Haymarket, VA 20169.

Noted insect expert to discuss new book and wildlife preservation strategies Feb. 23

Professor and award-winning author Doug Tallamy will be speaking and signing copies of his new book "Nature's Best Hope" on Sunday, Feb. 23, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Manassas Park Community Center, 99 Adams St., Manassas Park.

Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity Dec. 6 at Hylton Center

Black Nativity is a soul stirring musical production that is the signature theatrical piece of acclaimed poet Langston Hughes. Hughes chronicles the original story of the Nativity through scripture, verse, music and dance.

Volunteers are needed in the greater Prince William community

Can you help? Volunteers are needed to drive people to medical appointments; to teach reading, English, computer skills, financial skills, math, citizenship & more; to help with a youth triathalon and a golf tournament and to coach Girls on the Run; to help an Army museum get ready to open; to pick produce on Sundays; to pickup & deliver meals; to garden a road buffer and more.

Sharpen parenting skills with upcoming Cooperative Extension classes

The latest parenting class schedules and the Parent Education Registration Form are at http://www.pwcgov.org/parenting.

Activities on Tuesday, Aug. 20 for children up to age 12 at Manassas Mall

Manassas Mall has partnered with local organizations to host summertime Tykes Tuesday, a free, family oriented summer fun program for kids 12 and under from 11 a.m.-noon in the At Home Court near Walmart. The final Tykes Tuesday is Aug. 20.

Mother-Son costume dance May 10 at Dale City VFD

The first annual Dale City Volunteer Fire Department Mother Son Dance! will be on Friday, May 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. in DeSanto Community Hall, 13511 Hillendale Dr., Woodbridge VA, 22193.

PWC to get $91 million in federal COVID Relief funds

“We welcome the $7.2 billion in relief for Virginia and are pleased the Biden Administration has listened to our calls to give states, localities, and tribes significant flexibility in determining how best to use these emergency funds,” said the Senators. “These funds will allow the Commonwealth and localities to recover from the economic harm of COVID, promote public health, invest in broadband, make up for lost revenue, and address many of the other impacts of the pandemic."

Woodbridge man charged with strangulation and assault & battery

Congressman Wittman’s statement on National Police Week

Virginia’s Individual Income Tax filing and payment deadline for 2020 is Monday, May 17

Woman, 24, charged with 3 counts of assault and battery on LEOs at local hospital Sunday evening

Woman out for walk in Manassas electro-shocked by passerby; police looking for suspect

Pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle near Noblewood Plaza May 6

Man, 85, accused of shooting another man, 63, during domestic altercation in Dale City

Firing of multiple gunshots in nearby areas of Manassas said to be unrelated

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