Supervisor Cook in the Community


Supervisor Cook Delivers Keynote Speech

Supervisor Cook was the keynote speaker at the Annual Shelter House Breakfast in April. Shelter House, Inc. is a community-based, non-profit organization serving homeless families in Fairfax County, Virginia.

Shelter House programs have a three-fold purpose: to provide a secure, structured environment where families can regain a sense of stability and perspective; to respond to identified client needs with a variety of supportive services, which enhance the individual’s employment and housing status, educational level, medical care and personal growth; and to promote healthy, stable families who are connected to a network of community supporters and opportunities.

Supervisor Cook in the Community

On April 1st, Supervisor Cook hosted his Budget Town Hall Meeting at Robinson Secondary School. Joining him were Megan McLaughlin, the Braddock District representative to the Fairfax County School Board, and Ed Long, the County Executive for Fairfax County.

On April 3rd, Supervisor Cook attended the Annual Shelter House Breakfast which was held at the Westwood Country Club in Vienna. Later that day, he was the featured speaker at the Springfield Rotary Club’s regular meeting which was held at JW & Friends in Springfield.

On April 5th, Supervisor Cook took part in the annual Opening Day Parade and Ceremony for the Fairfax Little League.

On April 16th, Supervisor Cook was honored to attend the Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce Inaugural Scholarship Reception hosted by Rodney and Kim de Peiza of Burke. The reception was held at Key Concepts Knowledgebase, LLC in Fairfax where Mr. de Peiza is President.

On April 22nd, Supervisor Cook hosted a community meeting to discuss the planning and redevelopment of the Garden World property on Rt. 29 in the western part of the District.

On April 24th, Supervisor Cook attended the FACETS Annual Breakfast which was held at the Waterford of Fair Oaks. Later on in the Braddock office, he presented a plaque to members of Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN)  in recognition of Child Abuse Awareness Month.

On April 25th, Supervisor Cook attended the Volunteer Service Awards which highlight exception volunteer service by Fairfax County residents. Later that evening, he gave welcoming remarks at the Kings Park/Kings Glen Elementary School Staff  Volleyball game which was held at Lake Braddock Secondary School.

On April 27th, Supervisor Cook attended the Northern Virginia Remembers the Holocaust Name Reading Ceremony at the Jewish Community Center in Annandale. Afterwards, he went to the Tysons Crowne Plaza for the annual Fairfax County Federation of Citizens Association Citizen of the Year Banquet.

On April 29th, Supervisor Cook was invited to speak at the annual meeting for the Truro Homeowners Association. The meeting featured other local elected officials responsible for this Annandale neighborhood.


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