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The efforts of the Reston Watershed Action Group (ResWAG) and Reston Association (RA) were recognized at the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Meeting on June 2 at the Fairfax County Government Center. The group was commended for its proactive work in developing a Watershed Management Plan for Reston. Hunter Mill District Supervisor Catherine M. Hudgins presented certificates of merit to the group for the strides they have made in educating the community about the need for healthy and productive watersheds, promoting public stewardship and providing an action plan that will enable restorative efforts in Reston's watersheds.

The League of Reston Artists has announced the winners of their 10th Annual Juried Fine Art Exhibition on display until June 29 in the Jo Ann Rose Gallery at the Reston Community Center at Lake Anne in Reston:

$500 Jo Ann Rose Award:

Eleanor Rowley for "Pink Flamingo"

$200 Equal Merit Award Winners:

Sandra Delzell for "Syd I"

Gary Garbett for "Blue Ridge"

Cathy Lawless for "Jonathan"

Maggie Stewart for "Courtship"

Mary LaRue Wells for "Caught"

Honorable Mentions:

Carolyn Ann Day for "Garden Treasures"

Betty Ganley for "The Crab Basket"

Sarah Gerould for "Some Say Fire"

Chaitan Kansai for "Once Upon a Time, I Was Young and Pretty"

Jan Sherfy for "Trail to Castle Valley"

Richard Masters for "Manassas #2"

The exhibit juro was Washington, D.C. curator and art critic, David Tannous. For further information, visit www.leagueofrestonartists.org