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- Fairfax Station: Fourth annual Fragile X walk raises $55,000 for molecular bank for research
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- Week in Vienna
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Jimi Grande of Fairfax Station may never get to teach his ten-year-old son Jimmo to throw a baseball. Jimmo was born with effects from an inherited genetic mutation called Fragile X that can cause moderate to severe mental impairment and learning disabilities, and is linked to autism spectrum disorder.
On Wednesday, April 6, the American Legion Post 180 in Vienna held its annual ceremony and banquet dinner to honor the 2015 Town of Vienna Police Officer of the Year.
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Recently, several bears have been sighted in the Vienna/Oakton area. In Virginia we’re fortunate to share our wild back yards with our wild neighbors.
Participants will create mobiles from repurposed natural and manmade materials
The Vienna Arts Society (VAS) has scheduled its first, “Planet Art for Kids” event in celebration of Earth Day, Saturday, April 30 at the VAS center on Pleasant Street, Vienna.
On April 13, 2016 Sergeant Tu Farhan received the 2015 Rotary Club of Vienna, Rotarian M. Jane Seeman “Service Above Self” Award.