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From left, Kala Quintana and Bill Bouie of the Fairfax County Park Authority Board, Supervisor Cathy Hudgins (D-Hunter Mill), Jack Pitzer, president of the Friends of Frying Pan Farm Park and Del. Tom Rust (R-86), unveil a new historical marker at the Frying Pan Meeting House Sunday, April 14.

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Marker Unveiled at Meeting House

Frying Pan Meeting House has more than 200 years of history.

Maria Harper of Herndon has been to Frying Pan Farm Park with her children many times, but until Sunday, April 14, she had never been to the nearby Frying Pan Spring Meeting House. “I always remembered it as another random old building near on Centreville Road, I didn’t realize it had historical significance,” she said. “The more I walked around today, the more I learned about the historical figures that were right here on this spot.”

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