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Americans in Wartime Museum

American In Wartime Museum

Written By: American In Wartime Museum Last week Prince William County Supervisors Victor Angry, Yesli Vega, Jeanine Lawson, Andrea Bailey and Executive Christopher Martino attended The American in Wartime Museum. A huge thank you goes out to Major General James Livingston, USMC (retired), Major General John Ewers, USMC retired, and Sergeant Major Victor Angry for…
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Neabsco Baptist Church And Food Distribution

Neabsco Baptist Church Coordinated Community Food Distribution

On Tuesday, September 1, the Neabsco Baptist Church with other partners distributed over 100 boxes of perishables, 50 boxes of non-perishable food items, and over 500 pounds of various frozen meats to the community. I was honored to play a small part in assisting with the distribution. A huge thank you to Neabsco Baptist Church…
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National Museum Of American Wartime

The National Museum Of Americans In Wartime Seeks To Share The Stories Of Veterans And Service Members

Written By: What’s Up Prince William Veterans and members of the military have stories to tell about their service to the country. The National Museum of Americans in Wartime (NMAW) seeks to share them. A non-profit, the museum is building an indoor education center and five landscapes of war in Dale City. It hosts an annual Tank Farm Open…
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Prince William County COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Testing Starting This Week Wednesday 7/22

Written By: Prince William County Free COVID-19 testing this week starting Wednesday 7/22 at 8:30 a.m. at the Woodbridge Senior Center and James S. Long Park. For additional locations and times please visit: coronavirus.pwcgov.org/testing Test sites may reach capacity and close early.

Convivo Con Angry

Convivo Con Angry – Covid-19 & The Latino Community in Neabsco

Please join me for an online community discussion this Friday, July 10th at 6pm discussing COVID-19 in the Neabsco Magisterial District. All are welcome to be part of this discussion. Please note that representatives from the CDC will be present for commentary and questions. To join the webinar, click on the link below. You are…
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Community News

COVID-19 Testing Neabsco Baptist Church – Saturday July 11th 10am-12pm

Free COVID-19 Testing will take place at the Neabsco Baptist Church located at 15545 Cardinal Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22193 on Saturday, July 11 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for drive-through or walk-up testing.  The event is open to anyone who lives or works in Prince William County. The testing event is sponsored by Sentara…
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Prince William County Online And Agency Services

Prince William County Offers Services In Person and Online

Written By: Prince William County Prince William County Government is committed to serving the public in a safe and efficient manner. Officials have put measures in place to protect employees and the public when conducting business. Safety is the number one priority during these challenging times. Libraries will open for curbside service starting June 15.…
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Dale City Farmers Market

Dale City Farmers Market Opens Sunday June 7th

Written By: What’s Up Prince William Browsing through produce and goods is an option for the public, once again. On Sunday, the Dale City Farmers Market is going to open between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m., according to the market’s website. For now, it will be set up at Prince William County Pfitzner Stadium Complex, 7 County…
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Community News

Neabsco Baptist Church In Cooperation With The National Coalition of Black Women

Neabsco Baptist Church in cooperation with the National Coalition of Black Women will provide fresh fruit and vegetables to church members today, Tuesday, June 2, 2020 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. All members are encouraged to drive by the church to pick up a box of fresh fruit and vegetables. We will be giving the…
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2020 Manassas Protest With Supervisor Angry and Senator McPike

Supervisor Angry And Senator McPike Speaking With Protesters in Manassas

Supervisor Angry, Senator McPike and Prince William Police Department in Manassas during a peaceful protest answering questions with the community.