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Just in time for the holidays! Get your spirit wear gifts now! The store closes on November 22, 2021!
Sunday, January 24th from 3-5pm Edison High School $50 Family Pack 🍗 No on site sales 🍗 Pre-orders only What’s included: A full rack of ribs 1 lb of pork 1/2 lb of chicken Coleslaw Dirty rice Sign Up Here 👉🏼 www.fireduptohelp.org 👈🏼 Our Club will be holding a BBQ Fundraiser at Edison High School this Sunday! We have partnered with Fired
Adam Norse is the author of Grow your Potential: A Teenager’s Guide to Maximizing Your Life As a relatively new parent I now have first-hand knowledge that the theory of parenting is much easier than the daily test of living it out – soccer parenting adds an extra twist to an already complex job. In my last blog article I
Dropping your kids off to the soccer field and watching them play can be a joy for a lot of parents. Seeing your kids score goals, smile, interacting with their peers, can bring joy to your heart. That physical support from parents, gives children an extra boost of confidence and encourage them to keep trying. This is one of several
February 6, 2019 LMVSC Adds Marketing/PR to the Line Up Special Events Soon to Follow Alexandria, VA— The Lee Mount Vernon Sports Club (LMVSC) is proud to announce Jennifer Deems as the latest team member to join the organization. Jennifer began on February 1, 2019 and will be engaging in public relations, marketing, community involvement, social media, and branding for LMVSC.
Fairfax County has closed schools for evening activities. All practices are canceled tonight, January 17th.
LMVSC follows the schedule of Fairfax County Public Schools. We will attempt to play all games as scheduled. However, if FCPS closes schools, we have no choice but to cancel games and/or practices. If and when FCPS makes an announcement, we will announce it on our facebook page and twitter page (@lmvsclubball). Occasionally we may have to cancel games or
The LMVSC Travel Teams have had fairly successful starts to their seasons. The 5th grade girls team exited pool play and have begun their season with a 1-1 record. Their next game is on Saturday at 2p against Annandale at Jackson M.S. in Falls Church. The 6th grade boys team, with a 7-0 record, currently shares first place with two
On December 22nd, the 8th Grade Girls Travel Team beat an undefeated South Loudoun team to retain first place and improve their record to 4-0. The team, coached by Julia Ebron, had the game scheduled at the last minute and most of the players already had plans for the holidays and were not able to attend the game. With only