Donna Manz of Vienna has a B.A. in English from the University of Connecticut, 1969; studies at Virginia Tech, MBA program, Tourism and Hospitality Management, ongoing. Donna prefers soft news, life-style news, to hard news. Particularly enjoys promoting human interest stories, especially those of the people and civic groups who make Vienna and Oakton a better place to live.
Live music, activities for children and hotdogs draw community.
Business and nonprofit interwove on Saturday, July 19, when Caffi Amouri celebrated its fourth anniversary in business with a benefit on behalf of the Lamb Center, a faith-backed charity that serves the poor and the poor-in-spirit locally.
Troops on the mend from Fort Belvoir compose multi-media puzzle pieces.
The newest exhibition of the Vienna Arts Society is a trifecta of purpose
Sunny skies, breeze set stage for celebration.
The weather could not have cooperated more had the Town of Vienna scripted and directed it for the town’s annual 4th of July celebration.
Mark Gilleo takes his reader on a suspenseful journey of intrigue in “Favors and Lies.”
Mark Gilleo’s world embraces private detectives, bail bondsmen, hackers, madams, and murder.
Vienna Police Officer Patrick Kiley and Fairfax County Officer Philip C. Stone recognized.
On June 18, the Optimist Club of Greater Vienna honored Town of Vienna Police Officer Patrick J. Kiley and Fairfax County Police Officer PFC Philip C. Stone, Fair Oaks District, with its “Charles A. Robinson Jr. Respect for the Law” awards.
The Town of Vienna’s annual 4th of July small-town festival and fireworks is one of the characteristics of Vienna that give it, well, its small-town feel.
Members who put ‘service above self’ honored.
When the Rotary Club of Vienna passed the torch from the 2013-14 “leadership team” to the 2014-15 “leadership team,” it did so in style.
Two-day sale raises money for Historic Vienna, Inc. programs and exhibits.
What has 30,000 used books selling for $2 and less, two weekend days of book fair, and funds exhibits and historical programming throughout the year? The Historic Vienna, Inc. [HVI] annual book sale.
Antioch Christian Church’s annual pet blessing draws the living and those alive in memory only.
Every year since Pastor Randy Beeman came to Antioch Christian Church in Vienna four years ago, he has set aside a June Sunday to bestow grace on the family pets of the area who come for the church’s “Blessing of the Animals.”
Official portrait unveiled, state capitol flag and memorial resolution given to family.
Town of Vienna officials and staff and invited guests paid tribute to Vienna’s late mayor, M. Jane Seeman, on June 2 in Town Hall chambers.