News in Brief

News in Brief

Aug. 28, 2002

<sh>Brown Resigns from GRACE

<bt>The Board of Directors of the Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) accepted the resignation of Anne Brown, executive director since 1996, on Aug. 26, 2002. Ann Rodriguez, vice president of the board, will serve as interim director while the search for an executive director is conducted.

Rodriguez, owner and CEO of Corporate Products, has lived in Reston since 1975. She serves as commissioner/treasurer of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, is the former chair of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce, and this year was recognized with a Best of Reston volunteer award.

<sh>Reston Coloring Book

<bt>The Reston Historic Trust published a coloring book last week, entitled "A Child Looks at Reston." The book features line drawings by Reston artist Pat Macintyre and text by Reston Historic Trust president Bill Nicoson.

The book depicts the birth of Reston as Robert E. Simon Jr. surveys the land that would become Lake Anne Village Center. The book demonstrates Reston's diversity, with illustrations of both quiet neighborhoods and the bustling Town Center. Reston's schools and sports are celebrated in the book. One theme represented in the book is that "life in Reston is healthy," with drawings of electric-powered lake barges and ice skating at the Town Center.

The coloring book will go on sale for $5 at the Reston Museum and Shop in the Lake Anne Village Center when it reopens for business on Sept. 4. The book can be pre-ordered by calling 703-709-7700.