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Summer Programs. The Vienna Parks and Recreation Department hosts the following summer programs. For more, call 703-255-6360 or visit www.ci.vienna.va.us.
* Summer Playground Program takes place Monday through Friday, beginning June 27 through Aug. 5, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Open to children ages 6 to 11. Cost per session is $80 for Town of Vienna residents, $100 for out-of-town participants. Extended care available at 7:30 a.m., before camp and until 5 p.m., after camp for additional fee.
* Summer Excursion Camps take place weekly beginning June 27 to Aug. 5. Open to rising sixth-eighth graders. Adventures include white water tubing, ropes courses, sight-seeing in Washington, D.C., trips to Kings Dominion and more.
Teen Cinema. Club Phoenix Teen Center hosts a "Teen Cinema" night on July 8, at 6:30 p.m., at the Vienna Community Center, 120 Cherry St., S.E., Vienna. Admission is free, popcorn and soda provided. Call 703-255-5721 after July 5 to learn which PG-13 movies will be shown.
History Camp. A week-long history camp for ages 8-12 takes place from July 11-July 15 and from July 18-July 22, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on the grounds of Vienna's historic Freeman House, 131 Church St., N.E., Vienna. The cost for each session is $150 for Vienna residents and $180 for out-of-town participants. For more, call the Vienna Parks and Recreation Department at 703-255-6360.
The Oakton High School Dance Team offers a Junior Dance Camp this summer for rising first through eighth graders, from July 25-27, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Oakton High School, 2900 Sutton Road, Vienna. The cost is $75 before July 1, and $84 after July 1. For more information and to download the camp flyer and registration form, visit www.ohsathleticboosters.org and click on '2005 Summer Camps'.
Volunteer Fairfax hosts its fourth annual Points of Light Youth Leadership Institute Aug. 8 to Aug. 12, at the Mason District Government Center. PYLI is a five-day institute open to high school students that teaches students an array of leadership skills including team building, project leadership, decision making and diversity training. For more, visit www.volunteerfairfax.org or contact Emily Swenson at 703-246-3460 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oakton High School Class of 1995 celebrates its 10-year reunion on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Hyatt Arlington Hotel, Arlington. For more, call 800-655-7971 or visit www.GreatReunions.com.
The following James Madison High School students were recently inducted into the 2004-05 National Honor Roll: Akanksha Arora, Stephanie E. Barry, Elizabeth Carey, Kristine Cheesman, Dana M. Ogrean, Alexandra Smith, Megan S. Soffer and Roshni Uttamsingh.
The following George C. Marshall students were recently inducted into the 2004-05 National Honor Roll: Samina K. Chhatwal, Andrew J. Coatsworth, Asif Mahmud, Lauren Ridley and Ashley M. Coatsworth.
Ryan Feltman of Vienna was recognized for his academic success at Shenadoah Valley Academy with his induction into the 2004/2005 National Honor Roll.
Roberto Fuentes of Vienna was recognized for his academic success at Takoma Academy with his induction into the 2004/2005 National Honor Roll.
Paulina T.M. Hoang of Vienna was recognized for her academic success at George Mason High School with her induction into the 2004/2005 National Honor Roll.
Sophia Malakooti of Vienna was recognized for her academic success at Paul VI Catholic High School with her induction into the 2004/2005 National Honor Roll.
Chase Smerdzinski of Vienna was recognized for his academic success at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology with his induction into the 2004/2005 National Honor Roll.
Aasiyeh M. Zarafshar of Vienna was recognized for her academic success at Flint Hill School with her induction into the 2004/2005 National Honor Roll.