Aug. 3 Board of Supervisors Meeting Features 8 Presentations

July 31, 2009
OPA 141/09

News Highlights  

  • Iron Dog participants; public safety staff and lifeguards; Kay Tsui; Virginia Youth Soccer State Championships winners; Chantilly High School Girls Soccer, Girls Lacrosse and Boys Lacrosse; Langley High School Boys Lacrosse and Lee District Park RECenter staff to be recognized.
  • National Night Out to be designated.
  • A downloadable photo and synopsis of each presentation will be posted on the county's Web site following the meeting.

More Information 

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, at its meeting on Monday, Aug. 3, scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m., will make the following presentations to residents and county staff. For more information, call 703-324-3187, TTY 711. Information on the Aug. 3 meeting, including an agenda, can be found online.

Iron Dog Competition Participants
The Board of Supervisors will recognize Fairfax County police officers and their K-9 partners who participated in the 2009 Virginia Police Canine Association Iron Dog Competition at Great Meadows, The Plains, VA. The officers and their dogs took first place in the Overall Team Event, Narcotic Detection, Packages and Area Search, and Criminal Apprehension.

Quick Thinking Saves Life
The Board of Supervisors will recognize public safety staff and lifeguards for their swift action and quick thinking that saved the life of five year old Anthony Pearson.

National Night Out
The Board of Supervisors will designate Tuesday, Aug. 4, as National Night Out in Fairfax County. The Police Department is sponsoring National Night Out 2009 to promote the importance of community partnerships, neighborhood safety and public awareness of crime prevention programs. Residents are urged to turn on their porch lights and come outside to join with their neighbors and local police in a variety of activities.

Kay Tsui
The Board of Supervisors will recognize Kay Tsui for her accomplishments in cycling. Tsui competed in the USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships, in Louisville, KY this year. She won all three of her races ranging from 12 to 25 miles and was Best All-Around Cyclist in her age group.

Virginia Youth Soccer State Championship Winners
The Board of Supervisors will recognize the Fairfax County club soccer teams for winning the state championship title for their division. The teams are:

  • U12 Boys Premier Red, Vienna Youth Soccer
  • U13 Boys 95 Stripes, Team America Soccer Club
  • U14 Boys Real Junior, Herndon Youth Soccer
  • U15 Girls Burn, Chantilly Soccer Club
  • U15 Boys Herndon FC, Herndon Youth Soccer
  • U16 Girls Azul, Braddock Road Youth Club
  • U16 Boys MPS Hurricanes, McLean youth Soccer
  • U17 Boys 91 Elite, Great Falls Youth Soccer
  • U18 Girls MPS Freedom, McLean Youth Soccer
  • U19 Girls MPS Freedom Elite, McLean Youth Soccer 
  • U19 Boys MPS McLean FC,  McLean Youth Soccer

Chantilly High School Girls Soccer, Lacrosse and Boys Lacrosse Teams
The Board of Supervisors will recognize the Chantilly High School girls soccer team, girls lacrosse team and boys lacrosse team for their accomplishments. This season marks the first time that the girls soccer team and the girls lacrosse team won the Virginia State Championships for their sports. The boys lacrosse team participated in the state championship and finished their season 16-3.

Langley High School Boys Lacrosse Team
The Board of Supervisors will recognize the Langley High School Boys Lacrosse Team for winning the northern region and state championships. This is the first time the school has captured the titles.

Lee District Park RECenter Staff
The Board of Supervisors will recognize Dawn Stoffelen, David Wyttenbach, Kwami Brown, Dempsey Wilson, Dave Fallert and Leon Plenty for their professionalism, quick thinking and service to the patrons of the Lee District Park RECenter. 


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