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Snapshots from Centreville Day
Centre View reporter Bonnie Hobbs with her Citizen of the Year award from the Centreville ...
Westfield High freshman Sara Berrios sings the National Anthem beside the Chantilly Academy’s Air Force ...
JMU alumni’s Chinese Dragon Dance.
This vendor sold jewelry and other items from Ecuador and Bolivia.
Phase Cheer & Dance had a booth at Centreville Day.
Kristen Shin of Korean Central Presbyterian Church gives out cotton candy.
From left: Jennifer Bui and Kaitlin Phan, Colin Powell Elementary sixth-graders, shoot toy arrows at ...
People enjoy the day in Centreville’s Historic District.
A vendor makes sand art for Ava Vidanes, 5, and brother Christian, 2 1/2, of ...
Brownie Troop 1143 marches in the parade.
An antique car.
A colorful clown.
Centreville day is the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with your friends and family and become a better person. That's where I first heard about donate car and since then I've become a strong supporter of several charitable foundations. I also love watching my kids play in their colorful costumes.
These are looking really fun, i wish that all Media Powers would organize such parties. I think that the corporate ones aren't really in right now and everyone is trying to have a great time in a non-conformist way which actually means a classic way.
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