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Great Falls Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 29 Great Falls homes sold between $2,700,000-$523,000.

Great Falls Home Sales: May, 2015

Fairfax Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 107 Fairfax homes sold between $1,456,000-$154,990.

Fairfax Home Sales: May, 2015

Chantilly Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 26 homes sold between $772,000-$35,000 in the Chantilly area.

Chantilly Home Sales: May, 2015

Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 87 homes sold between $1,332,500-$170,000 in the Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton area.

Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton Home Sales: May, 2015

Centreville Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 120 Centreville homes sold between $1,625,100-$176,000.

Centreville Home Sales: May, 2015

Burke Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 68 Burke homes sold between $765,000-$217,500.

Burke Home Sales: May, 2015

Mount Vernon Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 148 homes sold between $1,800,000-$130,000 in the Mount Vernon area.

Mount Vernon Home Sales: May, 2015

Arlington Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 288 Arlington homes sold between $2,482,000-$118,000.

Arlington Home Sales: May, 2015

Alexandria Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 276 Alexandria homes sold between $3,100,000-$95,000.

Alexandria Home Sales: May, 2015

Potomac Home Sales: May, 2015

In May, 2015, 59 Potomac homes sold between $1,925,000-$508,000.

Potomac Home Sales: May, 2015

Mount Vernon: Wegmans' 'Fill the Bus' June 21-July 4

From Sunday, June 21 through Saturday, July 4, Wegmans Food Market stores will hold a two-week “Fill the Bus” food drive to support local food banks’ increased summer needs.

Mount Vernon: UCM Receives $50,000 Gift

Jarrell S. Mitchell, Col. USAF (Ret), donated $50,000 to United Community Ministries (UCM) to establish The Patricia R. Mitchell Children’s Enrichment Opportunities (CEO) Initiative, as a tribute to his late wife Patricia R. Mitchell.

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Mount Vernon: Sharing about Alzheimer’s

Author discusses caregiving.

At the Aldersgate United Methodist Church, author Meryl Comer discussed her book, "Slow Dancing with a Stranger: Lost and Found in the Age of Alzheimer's," a personal memoir, recounting her last 20 years as a caregiver, first for her husband and now for her mother, both with Alzheimer's disease. Following her June 9 presentation, she conducted a Town Hall-type meeting, answering questions and discussing issues and problems she encountered.

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Mount Vernon: Scholarships for Local Student Musicians

West Potomac Choir Boosters awarded an Ernest Johnson Choral Musician Scholarship to Jessica Niles for $1,000 and a Choral Citizen Scholarship Award to Bernard Kluskens, for $500.

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Mount Vernon Snapshot: "On Duty"

Lt. j.g. Nicole Gailliot, from Mount Vernon, stands watch as officer of the deck on the bridge of USS Jason Dunham (DDG 109) on June 2. Jason Dunham, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer homeported in Norfolk, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe.