50th Anniversary Of Little Run Citizen's Association


For Immediate Release:
May 8, 2014

Contact: Allison Schneider 
             703-425-9300
             Allison.Schneider@fairfaxcounty.gov

 Supervisor John Cook Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of Little Run Citizen's Association 

Fairfax County Supervisor recognizes organization at its annual meeting May 9

Burke, Va. –Fairfax County Supervisor John C. Cook celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Little Run Citizen's Association at the group’s annual meeting on May 9.  The meeting was held at Canterbury Woods Elementary school.

Little Run Citizen's Association has one of the longest running Neighborhood Watch programs in Fairfax County and hosts a number of events for the community including a hayride in December and 4th of July parade.

“I congratulate the Little Run Citizen's Association on achieving this 50th anniversary milestone,” said Supervisor Cook. “This neighborhood is a prime example of the engaged residents that make Braddock so vibrant.”

The meeting included remarks from elected officials and an open forum for community members to ask questions of their representatives. Supervisor Cook will joined Virginia House of Delegates Member Vivian E. Watts in recognizing the achievement.

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