Column: Taylor Run News

Column: Taylor Run News


The MacArthur Environmental Club won a prize of $100 at the Alexandria Earth Day celebration by its presentation of a song and clothes on the theme of recycling. The prize will be used for improvements to MacArthur School.

Winning prizes for their art work were Jack DelNegro and Lucy Lasida, whose work will be exhibited at Alexandria Hospital; Dakota Hunt and Alexandra Preston, whose work will be displayed at the Alexandria City Public Schools Board Room, and Sally Kim, whose still life drawing has been entered in the Virginia School Board Association contest.

The Chess Club wound up their activities this year with a tournament in which four students received first place medallions: Henry Anderson, Kindergarten; Jonah Cook, First Grade; Cooper Bosland, Second Grade; Holden Swindell, Third Grade.


The Washington Revels Heritage Voices will present a concert of Civil War songs at the Fort Ward Amphitheatre May 24, 7 p.m. (Rain date is May 31).


The Robbins of King Street are proud of son Andrew, who is now the Assistant Commonwealth Attorney in Winchester, and a grandson, Christian Gundberg, who is now working down at the Patent Office on Duke Street.

— Lois Kelso Hunt