Manassas Journal Messenger | Winners and Losers
… Bull Run Regional Library, which will host a brown bag travel club that will meet at noon on the last Thursday of each month, beginning on April 28. The topic of the first meeting is “America’s National Parks.” Participants are welcome to bring a bag lunch, photos and mementos of past trips, as well as ideas for future discussions. For more information, call (703) 792-4500.
The library will also host a “Senior Navigator”– a safe confidential online environment where seniors or caregivers can easily find answers. The demonstrations will take place on April 27 at 10 a.m.
… The Prince William Area Agency on Aging, which has positions open in the Senior Community Service Employment Program. These positions prepare the participant for full-time employment. Candidates must be at least 55 years old and meet income requirements. For more information, contact Rosemari Walker at (703) 792-4156.
… Prince William Health System Foundation, which is seeking sponsors and donations for its second annual Mother’s Day Tea and Raffle on May 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Heritage Hunt Golf & County Club in Gainesville.
… Center for the Arts, which is accepting registrations for its Pied Piper Theatre Camps and Summer Splash Art Camps to be conducted in July and August. Age-appropriate programs are offered for children ages 5 to 18 years. For a complete list, call (703) 330-ARTS.
… The Prince William County Police Department, which will offer a free Firearms Safety Course for residents on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Criminal Justice Academy, 13101 Public Safety Drive, Nokesville. For more information, call (703) 792-6599.
… All Saints Catholic School Parent Teacher Organization, which wants sponsors and donations for its fifth annual Golf Tournament to be staged on May 20 at Heritage Hunt Golf & Country Club in Gainesville. Proceeds will support the work of the group. For more information, call Renee Wydajewski at (703) 392-8676.
… Homeowners who are still going to see a sizeable increase in their real estate taxes despite local jurisdictions reducing the tax rate.
… Residents who leave junk cars in their driveways or lawns, causing a blight in the neighborhood.