November "County Magazine" to Feature Winter Safety Advice
Fairfax County Office of Public
12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 551
Fairfax, VA 22035-0065
703-324-3187, TTY 703-324-2935, FAX 703-324-2010
Oct. 22, 2004
November "County Magazine" to Feature Winter Safety Advice Along with an Introduction to the Red Hat Society
Tune in during the month of November to Fairfax County Government cable Channel 16 – which is celebrating its 20th anniversary – for the latest edition of “County Magazine.”
October through December is the time of year drivers need to watch-out for “bright eyes” on the road. Bucks are active and in search of doe. In the November edition of “County Magazine,” viewers will learn how to avoid collisions with deer. “County Magazine” will also focus on the risks of the cold weather season and how residents can safely heat their homes.
In addition, during the holiday season money is on the minds of almost everyone, including criminals. The Financial Crimes division of the Fairfax County Police Department has advice on how not to become a victim. Plus, “County Magazine” will introduce viewers to the ladies of the Red Hat Society, where there is fun after 50 for the young at heart.
“County Magazine,” with host Gail Eskew, can be viewed on cable Channel 16 each Monday at 7 p.m.; Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.; Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3:30 p.m.; and Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The program may also be viewed on the Internet anytime during the month through Channel 16’s video-on-demand service at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dtcs/channel16/vstream.htm. For more information about “County Magazine” or any of the other award-winning Channel 16 programs, call 703-324-5930, TTY 711, or visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dtcs/channel16/default.htm.
The winner of 13 CableACE Awards and over 100 other national awards for video excellence, Channel 16 celebrates 20 years of connecting Fairfax County and its residents.
Channel 16 programming includes live meeting
coverage of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission
and Board of Zoning Appeals, as well as regular programs such as
“Consumer Focus,” “Parks Plus+” and “Senior Times.”