Prince William County Public Schools: “In a new program created by the Town of Haymarket, 13 Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) middle school students participated in the Haymarket Youth in Government Program, giving them an up-close learning experience in government operations that exposed them to career opportunities and workplace skills.”
The following PWCS middle school students participated in the Haymarket Youth in Government Program:
Bull Run Middle School:
- Addison Minor, eighth grade
Gainesville Middle School:
- Audrey Brewster, eighth grade
- Adara Kryway, eighth grade
- Anushka Misra, seventh grade
Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School:
- Rhea Bhat, eighth grade
- Ivy Chapin, sixth grade
- Emmajin Choi, sixth grade
- Samir Haq, eighth grade
- Sofia Libaak, seventh grade student
- Charlotte Maguire, sixth grade
- Ria Patel, sixth grade
- Braylan Stewart, seventh grade
- Taylor Warnke, eighth grade
“Participants had the chance to work alongside town officials and be part of a governing body that impacts decisions for their community. With their peers and members of the town’s staff and council members, the group’s assignment was to review the results of a survey for Haymarket residents on the best use of park space for their community.”
“Students took on assigned roles in the governing body, such as mayor, police chief, or town treasurer. They researched proposed options, built a case for their choice, and experienced the process of work sessions and council meetings, even sitting on the dais to discuss and present.”
“Based on the success of this year, Haymarket officials hope to grow the program by opening additional age-appropriate opportunities in future.”
Operators of the Interstate 95/395 Express Lanes will temporarily close the lanes in preparation for the opening of new on-ramps in Stafford County and Woodbridge.
Inova-GoHealth Urgent Care has doubled the number of its locations over the past year. Today the urgent care network celebrated the opening of its 14th center in Lake Ridge, off Old Bridge Road.
The Stafford County Sheriff’s office reported the crash on Route 17, near the Fauquier County line, at about 8 a.m.
On Thursday evening, November 30, the annual Christmas Tree Lighting event will occur in Washington, D.C. The planned road closures and increased pedestrian traffic are expected to cause congestion and delays within the D.C. service area.
You are cordially invited to the Embassy of Austria for a thrilling evening with Mozart. What a better way to spend Christmas and Hannukah! Our full orchestra and lead singers, some of whom sing at the Met, will appeal to teens as they begin their journey to the classics! We expect to be sold out soon…..Get your tickets now!
Under the Gracious Patronage of H.E. Petra Schneebauer, Ambassador of Austria
Julien Benichou, Conductor
Discover Healing and Renewed Well-Being through Psychotherapy
Life’s challenges can sometimes feel overwhelming, leaving us with feelings of anxiety, depression, and uncertainty. That’s where psychotherapy can make a profound difference. Our dedicated team of experienced therapists is here to guide you on a journey towards emotional and mental well-being.
Why Choose Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy offers a safe, confidential space for you to explore your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Whether you’re facing a specific issue or seeking personal growth, our therapists are here to support you. We believe in the power of conversation, empathy, and understanding to help you gain insights, develop coping strategies, and make positive changes in your life.
For two performances only, The New Dominion Choraliers enchant audiences with the magic of the holiday season with beautiful arrangements of familiar carols and festive tunes that the whole family will love.
“There’s a Song in the Air” features the