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LWVFC FORUM: "OUR FOOD: WHO, WHAT, HOWE, WHY?"
A panel discussion of how agricultural policies and procedures affect our daily lives.
Sunday, February 23, 2014 3 + 4:30 p.m. Falls Church City Community Center 223 Little Falls Street Falls Church, VA 22046
For more information, contact Linda Garvelink, LWVFC VP-Programs at email@example.com.
COMMUNITY EVENT: "THE ACTUAL DANCE"
A one-man play, written and performed by Sam Simon, about the toll cancer takes not only on the cancer patient, but also on the patient's family and friends.
This event is co-sponsored by several organizations, including LWVFC, the Village Preservation and Improvement Society (VPIS), Citizens for a Better City (CBC), the Lion's Club, and the Falls Church Democratic and Republican parties, to benefit the charity, Life with Cancer.
Individual tickets are $25.00, with other larger giving options available.
Sunday, February 23, 2014 Performances at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace 410 South Maple Avenue (free parking next to theater) Falls Church, Virginia 22046
For more information and to order tickets, visit http://www.strangebedfellow.com.
Thanks to a partnership between the State Board of Elections and the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), citizens can now complete these processes online if they can provide the Virginia DMV customer identifier number that is displayed on driver's licenses or DMV-issued identification cards. Citizens who do not have that number can still fill out the registration application online, but they will be required to print it out and return the completed application to the appropriate local voter registration office.
All voter registration application submissions are subject to review and approval. Citizens will be notified by mail by the local voter registration office once their application has been processed. Go to http://www.SBE.Virginia.gov for more information or to register.
This year, the November 4 general election will decide the races for US Senator for Virginia and US Congressional Representative for the 8th District of Virginia. October 14 is the last date to register to vote in the November election. If a primary is held in June 2014, the date of that election will be Tuesday, June 10, and the last day to register to vote in the primary is May 19.
Check this website, http://www.lwvfallschurch.org, for more information about elections and candidates as election dates approach.