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- Mount Vernon: Annual Gala Supports MVAH
- Alexandria: 2015 Memorial Day in Old Town
- Business Philanthropy Summit Honors Local Leaders
- Alexandria: Alfred Street Baptist Church hosts Annual Christian Walk
- Edison High Student Named 2015 Ron Brown Scholar
- Mount Vernon: West Potomac Girls’ Lacrosse Earns Rare Home Regional Game
- Chantilly Baseball Beats Oakton for Conference 5 Championship
- Koehl's Career-Best 10 Goals Propel McLean Girls' Lax Past West Potomac
- Centreville: Running for Cancer Research
- SYA Cheer Teams Garner First Place in U.S. Finals
- Column: Technology for Seniors
- Letter: Turning Vision Into Action
- Letter: Identifying Problems
- Letter: Measuring Impact
- Letter: Vision and Leadership
- Alexandria: Clear Frontrunner in Mayoral Fundraising Race
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- Centreville/Chantilly Roundups for the Week of May 27
- Potomac: Working Together To Battle Homelessness
- The Animal Welfare League of Arlington Walk for the Animals
On the banks of the Potomac River just off the Mount Vernon Parkway, the Mount Vernon at Home non-profit senior citizen service organization once again celebrated its annual gala fundraiser at the American Horticulture Society's site, River Farm on May 20.
Memorial Day ceremonies honor the fallen.
Alexandrians gathered from across the city May 25 to honor the sacrifice of America’s fallen service members in Memorial Day ceremonies held at Alexandria National Cemetery in Old Town.
Nonprofits, businesses recognized for local initiatives.
Community leaders from across the city gathered May 6 for the 17th annual Business Philanthropy Summit to honor the 2015 nonprofit and business philanthropists of the year.
For the past several years, members of Alfred Street Baptist Church have hosted an annual Christian Walk for members.
Bruke Kifle, a senior at Edison High School, is one of 28 students nationwide named a Ron Brown Scholar, a program for African-American youth, and will receive a $40,000 scholarship to attend college.