Summer Camp Options 2020 Prince William County


Name of Camp: K-Zone Taekwondo summer camp Location: Manassas Ages: 4 years old and up Short Description: Daily field trips, develop social skills, discipline, team building skills, Taekwondo lessons and much more Cost of Camp: 134 Weeks Available: June 15-June 19, June 22-June 26, June 29-July 3, July 6-July 10, July 13-July 17, July 20-July […]

June 17 – Special Week to Recognize Waste and Recycling Workers


Prince William, VA, May 18, 2020 –Prince William County residents, businesses and organizations are encouraged to celebrate National Waste and Recycling Workers Week, June 14-20. Formerly National Garbage Man Day, it is the brainchild of John Arwood, an owner of a waste and recycling collection company in Florida. He selected June 17 and it officially […]

Guest Post: Effectively Embarking on Distance Learning


Elise Morrow-Schap Embark Education Distance learning might be a foreign concept to some, but it is upon us now in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. With schools shutting down across the country, parents and teachers are scrambling to determine the most effective way to keep kids engaged in school work and consistently learning. […]

Forgiving Foods from Fox 5


Good Morning Everyone! If you’re here for the first time from Good Day DC, welcome! I’d normally tell you to check out our calendar, but right now…well, everything is pretty much cancelled, so instead, check out our Facebook page and join us for some of our 11am free virtual classes Monday-Friday! If you’re interested in […]

Guest Post: Staying Safe in the Midst of a Global Pandemic

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Staying Safe in the Midst of a Global Pandemic… Hey, there! I’m Jenn and over the past 3 years, I have helped my dad, my mom, my husband, and my father-in-law fight the battle against cancer. If you (or someone you love) has cancer then the advice surrounding the current pandemic probably doesn’t feel that […]

Mental Health During COVID-19 Recap

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Thanks to everyone that joined us for our Facebook Live on Mental Health during COVID-19. I know it’s hard out there for everyone, no matter what you’re dealing with, so I hope some of this helped! A special thanks to our guest, Dr. Stacy Phillips, who has a DSW in Social Work, a Masters in […]

Town Hall Recap- COVID-19


Hello everyone! Thank you to our speakers for last night’s Town Hall Meeting! I have separated their responses out by speaker so that you can quickly find the information you are looking for. Comments are on, so if you’d like to add a resource, please do, but if you’re looking to ask a question, the […]

Town Hall Recap- Dr. Ashton-Lazaroae


Due to some technical difficulties, Dr. Ashton-Lazaroae from All Pediatrics will be joining us for a second call on Wednesday at 2pm. Please make plans to join us on Facebook live.     Submitted reader questions (I’m going to summarize, you can watch the full responses on her live video here.) 1) Can you have […]

Town Hall Recap- School Board Rep Zargarpur


Lisa Zargarpur is the School Board Representative for the Coles District, in addition to being a teacher herself. 703-791-8709 Note from Kristina: I GREATLY abridged Lisa’s responses. She did approve them before I published, but if you’d like her full answer, please refer to the video, or if you need a longer response, please […]

Town Hall Recap- Social Safety Nets


Thanks to Kris Nohe for tackling these questions for me as part of the COVID response team from Potomac Valley Church, which is doing an outstanding job loving our community right now! If you need help PLEASE reach out! If you don’t know where to get it, message me at and I will help […]