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Community Stakeholders Breakfast

November 14, 2018

Join a discussion forum organized by the Concerned Citizens Network of Aexandria to address and find solutions for some of the most critical issues facing our community, including hunger, housing/shelter, parent support, transportation and our high school dropout rate. The forum is on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Saint Joseph Catholic Church.

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Florence King November Living Legeng

November 14, 2018

The numbers don’t change very much from year to year. As high as 14% of Americans are classified as illiterate. Despite multitudes of programs designed to reduce that rate, the needle doesn’t seem to move.

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Thursday Network Holds National Day Of Empowerment Activities Focused On Building Wealth In The Black Community

November 13, 2018

Thursday Network, the young professional auxiliary of the Greater Washington Urban League, will host two events as part of the National Urban League Young Professionals’ National Day of Empowerment initiative focused on building wealth within the black community. 

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Scholarship Fund Of Alexandria Commits Additional $120,000 To College Scholarships For T.C. Titans

November 13, 2018

The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria Board of Trustees has voted to create ten brand new scholarships totaling $120,000 over four years to help students in Alexandria City Public Schools afford college.  

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Alexandria Tutoring Consortium Raises Funds To Expand Tutoring Program

November 2, 2018

The Alexandria Tutoring Consortium recently raised $25,000 to provide and expand its one-on-one reading tutoring program in Alexandria City Public Schools.

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Kick Off Veterans Week 2018 At Capitol Post

November 2, 2018

In honor of Veterans Week 2018, Capitol Post will host our third annual CO-WORKING WEEK in our shared office space from Nov 5-9, 9:00 - 6:00 p.m. Open to all members of the community. Join us! Click here to get pass(es).

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SFA To Offer Free College Financial Aid Assistance

November 1, 2018

All T.C. Williams High School seniors and their families are invited to the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria's FAFSA Completion Workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Every senior should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to qualify for money for college from the federal government, the state of Virginia, and colleges.

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Another Year Of Critical Investment In Alexandria Nonprofits: ACT’s 2017 Annual Report

October 30, 2018

ACT for Alexandria released its 2017 Year in Review today. ACT invested over $2.4 million in Alexandria nonprofits in 2017 through the generous support of more than 9,000 Alexandrians. This funding enabled organizations to sustain their programs and grow.

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Cheerleaders Help Promote Acceptance, Inclusion At Annual Buddy Walk

October 23, 2018

The varsity cheerleaders from Bishop Ireton High School spent the day giving back to the local community by working the Buddy Walk for the Down Syndrome Association of Northern Virginia on Sunday, Oct. 14.

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Boy Scouts Colonial District’s First Eagle Scout Emissaries

October 19, 2018

Colonial District recognized two Eagle scouts from the Alexandria and Mount Vernon area during their Inaugural Colonial District Community Friends of Scouting Event at Belle Haven Country Club, Alexandria VA. 

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