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  • May 1, 2017

  • Inova has named Dr. Donald Brideau as new CEO of Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. Dr.Brideau has been serving as Inova Mount Vernon's Chief Medical Officer and was appointed interim CEO last month. He replaces Deborah Addo, who is now CEO of Inova Loudoun Hospital.
     

    Celebrate! Mount Vernon at Home's annual gala will be Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 4:30pm-7:00pm, at George Washington's River Farm American Horticultural Society, 7931 E Boulevard Dr, Alexandria, VA 22308. Tickets are $60 and may be purchased here.
     

    Support CAMMO Kids and enjoy a Potomac Nationals baseball game on June 23. Go to www.potomacnationals.com/groups and scroll down to the link that says, “To access your group portal account click here.”  Find CAMMO, enter the password “cammo17” and purchase your tickets. Thank you for your support.

    Applications for Andrews Federal Credit Union scholarships are due May 15. Apply today to win $1,500 for tuition and books.  Please visit  www.andrewsfcu.org/scholarships for the online application and to learn more.

     
    As a means of diversifying its revenue, FCPS is considering the sale of naming rights to its facilities to interested area businesses. To gauge community interest, FCPS has been given permission by the Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce to survey its member organizations. The school division would appreciate your responses to a short survey.  Neither your name, nor the name of your business will be disclosed in any use or reporting of findings from this query.  And, completing the survey in no way obligates your participation if the division moves forward with this idea. 
     
     
    Political satire that is always fresh and crispy, right from the headlines! The Capitol Steps will perform on May 19, as a benefit for the Alexandria Salvation Army. Registration, coffee and dessert are at 7:00 pm with performances by the Salvation Army Brass Band. Capitol Steps performance is at 8:00 pm at First Baptist Church of Alexandria, 2932 King Street. Tickets are $50 and may be purchased by calling 703-836-2427 or visiting
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