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OCCASIONALLY CAKE OFFERS VALENTINE DAY TREATS and SUPPORTS AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

OCCASIONALLY CAKE OFFERS VALENTINE DAY TREATS and SUPPORTS AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

Occasionally Cake of Alexandria, Va. is now taking orders for Valentine’s Day treats through Feb. 11 for pick-up on Tues., Feb. 14, ranging in price from $15 to $35. In honor of American Heart Month in February, the cake shop is supporting the American Heart Association. When customers where red on Fri., Feb. 3 or Fri., Feb. 10, they receive a free cupcake and 10 percent of their purchase goes to the American Heart Association. For more information, go to www.occasionallycake.com or call 703.780.CAKE.

“Valentine’s Day is one of our favorite holidays, when we create that special, sweet treat for a loved one,” said Sabrina Campbell, owner of Occasionally Cake of Alexandria, Va. “This year, we’re honoring so many of our loved ones who are affected by heart disease by supporting the American Heart Association…so don’t forget to wear red on the first two Fridays of February,” said Campbell.

Tens of Thousands of Teens to Attend the Youth Rally and Mass for Life

From Brie Hall: For the second year in a row, the annual Youth Rally and Mass for Life will be held at two arenas in Washington due to the overwhelming demand to attend. More than 28,000 Catholic teens and young adults from around the world will pack the Verizon Center and the D.C. Armory for this moving and inspirational event. Media are welcome at the Verizon Center. The Youth Rally and Mass for Life mark the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in the United States.

 

Living Well with Diabetes Class

From Prince William County:

Princess Amy & Pirate Rob Make an Apperance at Potomac Mills

From Potomac Mills:

WHAT:           Kids are invited to take a walk on the wild side with Princess Amy and Pirate Rob when they visit the Grand Court at Potomac Mills on January 19. Families will delight in this high energy event with musical entertainment, sing along songs, funny magic tricks and more!  Guests will also enjoy delicious refreshments courtesy of Starbucks and Rita’s Ice and complimentary giveaways for moms and dads.

WELLINGTON ROAD in MANASSAS, Va. NOW OPEN with FOUR LANES; MANASSAS MAYOR HAL PARRISH CUTS RIBBON

WELLINGTON ROAD in MANASSAS, Va. NOW OPEN with FOUR LANES; MANASSAS MAYOR HAL PARRISH CUTS RIBBON

The City of Manassas Department of Public Works and Utilities officially completed the Wellington Road Widening Project, between Godwin Drive and Nokesville Road in Manassas, Va. with Manassas Mayor Hal Parrish and city council members cutting the ribbon to open the road. The 4,100-foot road is now open to the public. For details on the Wellington Road project, go to www.manassascity.org or call 703-257-8266.

Calling Parents of Woodbridge High School Rising Ninth-Graders: Come to Breakfast Jan. 21

From Prince William County Public Schools:

Woodbridge High School hopes to ease the jitters of parents of rising ninth-graders who will be entering high school in September. Parents and guardians are invited to meet with administrators and faculty on Saturday, January 21, at 9 a.m.  A light breakfast and coffee will be available to all who attend.