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- Fairfax County Police and Fire Join for New Training
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- Alexandria: Campagna Center Goes Platinum
- Child & Family Network Center's Annual Multicultural Celebration
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Generally, if 2nd Lt. Karen Maslona was handling a live crime scene, a “warm zone” with a potentially active shooter, medical personnel wouldn’t be allowed in the area until the situation is completely neutralized.
Their names are Alvin, Beau, Cyrano de Bergerac, Ivy, Chuck, Tippy and Valentino. Five of Oakton resident Charlotte Del Duca’s seven “children” are 15 months old. The other two are almost a year. And they weigh between 100 and 130 pounds.
The Campagna Center celebrated 70 years of service and positive change within the Alexandria community May 9.
The Child & Family Network Centers hosted its 12th Annual Multicultural Celebration in the parking lot at the Birchmere on May 26.
The Mount Vernon farmer's market is open on Wednesday mornings from 8 a.m. to noon.