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February 1, 2013

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AROUND BRAMBLETON BCA Board Meeting Rescheduled – Next week’s BOD meeting has been rescheduled from Tuesday 2/5 to Monday 2/4 at 8:15 a.m. North/South Corridor - Update – BCA would like to make all Brambleton residents aware that Brambleton’s Board of Directors will review material available on this matter and will consider taking action at their upcoming meeting on 2/4/2013. Please take a moment to become familiar with the topic and contact John.Muse@VDOT.Virginia.gov with any questions or concerns. Click here for more information. Overtime Athletics Summer Camps'3 Day Steal Deal' Starts Today and Ends on Sunday! 11 Great Weeks of Brambleton Sports Camp; Full Day: $185 per week; 1/2 Day: $100 per week; Weeks will sell out quickly so don't wait! Register at: www.overtimecamps.com > Territories/Virginia (Northern) Math Tree – We are happy to announce that Math Tree is coming to Brambleton. Registration is OPEN for the Math Tree Summer Camps at the Brambleton Town Center. Click here for details and to register. Oh Where Oh Where Should My Little Car Park? – Not on the street during snow season!! Please be careful to avoid parking on the street during the snow season. Please park in your driveway or garage to avoid being in the path of snow removal vehicles and to avoid damage to your vehicle. Be careful not to park too close to intersections and other people’s driveways. Remember parking on common driveways is never allowed. There is not only the possibility of snow, but it has also been very windy. Please secure your trash inside the can so the trash does not blow around the neighborhood. Please bring trash cans inside as soon as possible after pick up to prevent the can from blowing into the street and being in the way of emergency or snow removal vehicles. Used Greeting Card Drive – A local Daisy Scout troop is collecting used, leftover, or new greeting cards (i.e. Birthday, Holiday, Thank You, etc.) They will send them to the St. Jude’s Ranch, which will use the recycled cards to make new ones. Proceeds from selling the new cards will directly benefit the hospital. If you have any cards that you would like to donate, there is a donation box at the BCA office. For more details on this project, please go to http://www.stjudesranch.org/shop/recycled-card-program/ and any questions can be sent to juliye.wood@envirian.com

TALK OF THE TOWN CENTER Take the Wellness Challenge – Sport&Health at Brambleton has partnered with The Wellness Connection and “I Am Modern Magazine” to bring you The Wellness Challenge! Get your friends, family and neighbors together and join this three-month experience that will put you on


the path to losing weight the healthy way as you discover exercises you love and learn to eat the best foods for you, all while making new friends, enjoying fun social events and winning weekly challenges! Join one of our Teams or create your own as we take on other communities and organizations. Professional coaches will lead us through the weekly challenges and teach us the art of wellness while having fun. The cost of the entire program is only $150 (Sport&Health members save $25)! Stop by the club’s front desk to register, or click here: http://wellnessconnectionllc.com/wc-fitness/wellness-challenge/ Briar Woods “Spirit Night” at Johnny Rockets, February 7 – Make plans to eat at Johnny Rockets next Thursday, February 7th, between 5 and 9:30 PM to support the Briar Woods High School Music Boosters! Help raise money for their music programs by simply mentioning BRIAR WOODS when you order. Johnny Rockets will donate a portion of your sale to the BWHS Music Boosters. Celebrate Valentine’s Day in the Brambleton Town Center – Make the Brambleton Town Center your destination for the most romantic date night of the year: Valentine's Day, February 14th! And this year the Chorus of the Old Dominion, Loudoun County's all-male a cappella chorus, returns to the Town Center to delight with their barbershop and doo-wop tunes. You'll find them strolling throughout the shops and restaurants and along Brambleton Plaza from 6-9 PM. Remember, you can find all your Valentine’s Day gift essentials – chocolates, cards, flowers, desserts and jewelry – right here in the Brambleton Town Center! Sport&Health – Registration has opened EARLY for our next 6-week list of programs. Sign up for classes such as swim lessons, Pilates Reformer, Kettle Bell Basics (Bad to the Bell), Kids Yoga and much more by visiting www.sportandhealth/programs. Classes start the week of February 18th, but they fill up fast! Scotto’s Super Bowl Special – *$20.00: One medium pizza with 2 toppings and 12 piece wings (value of $28.99, not valid with any other offer); *$22.99: Two medium pizzas with 2 toppings each and one order of garlic knots (value of $32.97, not valid with any other offer) Thinking of Buying or Selling? Make Plans to Attend the Home Market Seminar Sponsored by Weichert Realtors Ashburn – Stop by the Welcome Center this Saturday, February 2, at 11 AM for a Home Market Seminar sponsored by Weichert Realtors Ashburn. Real Estate professionals will help you get a jump on Spring home sales. Participants will receive a complimentary credit report, personal consultation and information on mortgage assistance. For more information, contact Karen Trainor of Weichert Realtors Ashburn, at 703726-3909.

COUNTY CORNER The Briar Woods Symphonic Winds and Symphonic Band will be presenting a pre-Carnegie Hall performance on Wednesday, February 13th at 7:00 p.m. in the Briar Woods High School auditorium. Free Admission. Come out and see our outstanding young musicians before they head to New York! Treat yourself to a FrankiBerri Dessert and Help Support the Legacy Kids’ Worldwide Mission to Fight Hunger – Monday, February 4th, 3:00 - 9:00 p.m. at FrankiBerri (22621 Amendola Terrace, Suite 170), near the new Harris Teeter at Loudoun County & Mooreview Parkways. Legacy's kids are raising money to pack 25,000 meals on April 30th! If you would like more information on the program, visit http://www.legacyelementary.mypto.org/content.asp?PageID=27. Internet Safety Presentation – The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office would like to advise residents that Part II of the Internet Safety Course originally scheduled for February 13th at Briar Woods High School will now be held on Monday, February 11th at 7:00 p.m. Below is a list of


the upcoming Internet safety courses being taught by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Adult Crime Prevention Unit: 02/04/13 Briar Woods High School (Part I) 7pm; 02/11/13 Briar Woods High School (Part II) 7pm; 03/05/13 Loudoun Valley High School (Part I) 7pm; 03/06/13 Loudoun Valley High School (Part II) 7pm; 03/18/13 Potomac Falls High School (Part I) 6:30pm; 03/19/13 Potomac Falls High School (Part II) 6:30pm. This two part course will help introduce parents to basic Internet safety as well as some advanced techniques to help keep their children safe while online and using technology. Please be advised that these are parent only due to graphic content.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS Monday, February 4th:

BCA Board Meeting 8:15 a.m. – BCA Management Office

Wednesday, February 6th:

Adult Pick-Up Basketball 6:30 p.m. – Legacy Elementary; Residents Only

FEEDBACK WELCOME! Please forward any comments or suggestions pertaining to the FLASH or HOA. For all the latest information, please check our community Intranet. ____________________________________________________________________________ Brambleton Community Association 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210 Brambleton, VA 20148 703-542-6263 (o) 703-542-6266 (f)

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