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Send announcements to The Loudoun Connection, 7913 Westpark Drive, McLean, VA 22102, e-mail to

loudoun@connectionnewspapers.com or fax to 703-917-0991. Deadline is two weeks before the event. Photos/artwork encouraged. For more information, call Jennifer Lesinski at 703-917-6454.

This free listing is reserved for activities and events that are open to the public at no or minimal cost.

The first Family Bingo Night of the school year will take place at Sterling Elementary School, 200 W. Church Road, Oct. 1, from 7-9 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $5 per 10-pack of games. Final game is a cash jackpot. Food for sale and prizes. Sponsored by the SES PTA. For more information, call Kim Griffin 703-404-9266.

Bryan Dearing, chief executive officer of the future Broadlands Regional Medical Center of Loudoun County, a member of the HCA family of health-care facilities, presented Shenandoah University President James A. Davis with a financial gift Sept. 14 in a brief ceremony at SUÕs Northern Virginia Campus in Leesburg. The anticipated funds will benefit SUÕs nursing program and underwrite the salary of a full-time nursing professor at SUÕs Northern Virginia Campus in Leesburg.

Brian Daniel Peters, a graduate of Broad Run High School, has enrolled at Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden-Sydney, Va., with the class of 2008 as a President's Award recipient. He is the son of Carol and Brooks Peters of Sterling. President's Award recipients are recognized for demonstrated leadership in their secondary schools and communities, and for strong academic achievement in a competitive college-preparatory curriculum.

Loudoun County Public Schools will administer the alternate version of the PSAT Saturday, Oct. 16, at Heritage High School, 520 Evergreen Mill Road SE, Leesburg. This test will be for LCPS students that missed PSAT testing Wednesday, Oct. 13, and for Loudoun County residents that are home schooled or attend private school. The test center will open at 8 a.m. with testing beginning at 8:30 and ending at approximately 11:30 a.m. To register for the PSAT, home school and private school students should contact the director of guidance at the high school or intermediate school closest to their home. Registration must be returned by Oct. 1.

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<lst>Send announcements to The Loudoun Connection, 7913 Westpark Drive, McLean, VA 22102, e-mail to

loudoun@connectionnewspapers.com or fax to 703-917-0991. Deadline is two weeks before the event. Photos/artwork encouraged. For more information, call Jennifer Lesinski at 703-917-6454.

This free listing is reserved for activities and events that are open to the public at no or minimal cost.

The first Family Bingo Night of the school year will take place at Sterling Elementary School, 200 W. Church Road, Oct. 1, from 7-9 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $5 per 10-pack of games. Final game is a cash jackpot. Food for sale and prizes. Sponsored by the SES PTA. For more information, call Kim Griffin 703-404-9266.

Bryan Dearing, chief executive officer of the future Broadlands Regional Medical Center of Loudoun County, a member of the HCA family of health-care facilities, presented Shenandoah University President James A. Davis with a financial gift Sept. 14 in a brief ceremony at SUÕs Northern Virginia Campus in Leesburg. The anticipated funds will benefit SUÕs nursing program and underwrite the salary of a full-time nursing professor at SUÕs Northern Virginia Campus in Leesburg.

Brian Daniel Peters, a graduate of Broad Run High School, has enrolled at Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden-Sydney, Va., with the class of 2008 as a President's Award recipient. He is the son of Carol and Brooks Peters of Sterling. President's Award recipients are recognized for demonstrated leadership in their secondary schools and communities, and for strong academic achievement in a competitive college-preparatory curriculum.

Loudoun County Public Schools will administer the alternate version of the PSAT Saturday, Oct. 16, at Heritage High School, 520 Evergreen Mill Road SE, Leesburg. This test will be for LCPS students that missed PSAT testing Wednesday, Oct. 13, and for Loudoun County residents that are home schooled or attend private school. The test center will open at 8 a.m. with testing beginning at 8:30 and ending at approximately 11:30 a.m. To register for the PSAT, home school and private school students should contact the director of guidance at the high school or intermediate school closest to their home. Registration must be returned by Oct. 1.