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2015 Meeting Schedule

Board Meetings are held monthly. Check our Facebook page for general membership meetings.

Current Board Members

Mary Cassidy Anger, President
Karen Jones-Neidringhaus, Vice-President
Julie Ben-Achour, Treasurer
Joan Burkgren, Secretary
Loretta Arey
Sue Bennett

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Trailblazers will have a maintenance day to work on clearing the Lucy Haynes trail on Saturday Nov 14. Meet at the end of the library parking lot at 10 am. Wear gloves and bring clippers, rake. Three trees have fallen over the path and branches need to be cleared away.

Please join Karen Jones of the Great Falls Trailblazers and Bill Niedringhaus of the Potomac Heritage Trail Association and Fairfax Trails and Streams for a hike along the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail on 11/21/15 at 10:30 am. Meet at the end of Seneca Rd at Seneca Park in Great Falls, Va. The route will traverse the Trump National Golf Club and then proceed into the Algonkian Nature Preserve where Sugarland Run flows into the Potomac River. Please pack a lunch and wear sturdy hiking boots. Depending on the weather some of this natural surface trail may be muddy!! This route should be approximately 6 miles. In the event of rain we will not hike- look for a rescheduled date later. Call Karen at 703-638-3218 if any questions!!

Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan 2013 Edition

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The Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan is a guide used for decision-making about the built and natural environment.

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