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President’s Report • page 5
Hot Fun in the Summertime• page 18
Volunteer Editor: Meg Carlson
2010 Ashburn Village Race • page 24
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An agenda is posted on the website, www.ashburn village.org and at both the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion and AVCA office on Courtland Drive at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. Homeowners with Board business should arrive in time to sign in and will be asked to adhere to a 3-minute speaker’s limit. Contact the AVCA office at (703) 7237910 if you have any questions.
Ashburn Classics Neighborhood Watch Girl Scouts Wingler House News Master Gardener News Hot Fun in the Summertime Yard Sale Spring 2010 Sports Pavilion: A Personal Perspective Ashburn Village 10k, 5k, & 1 Mile Fun Run
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Board Meeting Information The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors will be held at 6:00 p.m. on April 27, 2010 at the Lakes Recreation Center, 44078 Cheltenham Circle.
President’s Report Board Briefs Around the Village Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Lakeshore Condominium News Broad Run District School Board Report Broad Run High School Fundraiser Pavilion News Critter Corner Library Corner
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Committee Meetings Check Village message boards and our website for any last minute changes and for important information. Message boards are located on Ashburn Village Boulevard at the Farmwell entrance of the Village near Fultonham Circle (northbound lane) and at the Rt. 7 entrance to the Village at Courtland Drive (southbound lane), as well as near the pool areas of the Mills, Lakes, and Woods Recreation Centers.
Upcoming Meetings Board of Directors (BOD) Tuesday, April 27, 6:00 p.m. Lakes Recreation Center, Cheltenham Circle Architectural (AERC) Tuesday, April 6, 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, 6:00 p.m. AVCA Office, Courtland Drive Budget & Finance (B&FC) Monday, April 19, 6:30 p.m. Lakes Recreation Center, Cheltenham Circle Competitive Swimming Committee (AVCSC) Thursday, April 8, 7:30 p.m. Lakes Recreation Center, Cheltenham Circle Facilities & Grounds (F&GC) Monday, April 12, 6:00 p.m. Mills Recreation Center, Grottoes Drive Lakes & Ponds (L&PC) Wednesday, April 21, 7:00 p.m. Mills Recreation Center, Grottoes Drive Neighborhood Watch (NHW) * Meeting Date/ Location Change- Meetings to be held every other month Tuesday, April 13, 7:00 p.m. Woods Recreation Center, Louisa Drive Recreation and Community Events (R&CEC) Wednesday, April 7, 7:00 p.m. Sports Pavilion Tennis (AVTC) Tuesday, April 6, 7:00 p.m. Woods Recreation Center, Louisa Drive
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Greetings, fellow Villagers! Spring Clean up The association’s Facilities and Grounds staff is busy cleaning up after winter. They have been systematically moving from section to section repairing street light systems, removing fallen and diseased trees, repairing fences, grinding stumps, planting grass and more. After the record amounts of snow this season we have quite a bit of springcleaning to accomplish in order to restore the Village’s beautiful landscape. The BOD has directed the covenants staff to be cautious on citing violations with respect to property landscaping over the next 30 days while homeowners complete the arduous task of cleaning up their property. Please make every effort to rectify any landscape or other property issues caused by the harsh winter before the end of April. Sports Pavilion Renovations – Update The third community input session for the proposed renovation/expansion of the Sports Pavilion was held on Wednesday, March 24th. During the meeting, residents expressed many opinions on whether this project should move forward and what benefit it would be to the community as a whole. Homeowners expressed deep feelings that this is not the time to make a long-term financial commitment. Others questioned whether or not the greater community should pay for expanding a facility that, on the surface, most residents do not utilize. Others expressed the opposite view and believe that now is the time to take advantage of the economy and use the financial buying power and present construction conditions to our advantage. No matter where you stand on this matter, the opinions expressed in all of these meetings have been quite divisive and fall across the spectrum. The AVSP Special Committee was formed to review the current facility’s programming needs and recommend a plan for renovation and expansion that would fulfill the anticipated needs of the community for the next 20 years. Initially, the plans were quite large and represented an “all in” approach. After many emails, comment cards and community input sessions the committee scaled back the plans. The most recent plan represents a modest approach in renovating and expanding the facility while satisfying the
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desires of the many users and the program offerings that have evolved over the last twenty years. This draft plan is the committee’s recommendation to the community and the BOD for the long-term revitalization of this key community asset. After considering how divisive this proposed renovation/expansion has become, I am going to ask the Board of Directors to table the vote for a month or two more. It is clear that despite the efforts of the committee there is still additional information to be presented in order to justify the scope and investment. While I firmly believe that we can and should take advantage of the current economy, a majority of residents who have attended the meetings do not. Instead of creating a rift in the association, it is better to step back and devise a phased approach to the program of change. Several community members have suggested this type of approach in order to allow for the economy to recover and for the association to implement some operational adjustments. Over the next several months the AVSP Special Committee will continue to meet with the goal of producing two critical pieces of information: a recommendation for an operations model and a report that outlines all of the details related to the renovation including the business plan. The Budget and Finance Committee will also be asked to provide input during this time. The long-term strategy to enhance and revitalize this immensely critical community asset is essential. Taking a multi-year approach will still result in the needed enhancements while providing a financial plan that is more suitable to the needs of the community. If you have any comments or ideas, please continue to submit suggestions by email at renovatepavilion@ ashburnvillage.org. Trash & Recycling Issues I wrote last month that our staff was working diligently to resolve the many issues experienced by residents with respect to our refuse hauler. After many attempts to work within the confines of our agreement, without satisfaction, the Board of Directors has voted to replace the incumbent vendor. We have received a bid from a well-respected company that currently works for other community associations. After negotiations are complete we will migrate (Contin ue d on nex t pag e)
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Important Numbers Ashburn Library (703) 737-8100 Ashburn Volunteer Fire Department (703) 729-0006 AVCA Office Direct Dial (703) 723-7910 Fax Line (703) 478-8583 E-mail email@example.com Website www.ashburnvillage.org Dominion Virginia Power (888) 667-3000 DMV 1(866) 368-5463 Loudoun Co. Animal Control (703) 777-0406 Loudoun Co. Board of Supervisors (703) 777-0204 Comment Line (703) 777-0115 Loudoun Co. Chamber of Commerce (703) 777-2176 Loudoun Co. Crime Solvers (703) 777-1919 Loudoun Co. Game Warden (703) 777-0445 Loudoun Co. Health Department (703) 777-0236 Loudoun Co. Parks, Recreation & Community Services (703) 777-0343 Loudoun Co. Public Schools (703) 771-6400 Ashburn Elementary (571) 252-2350 Broad Run High School (571) 252-2300 Dominion Trail Elementary (571) 252-2340 Farmwell Station Middle School (571) 252-2320 Loudoun Co. Senior Center, Cascades (703) 430-2397 Loudoun Co. Sheriff ’s Department Administration (703) 777-0407 Emergency 911 Non Emergency (703) 777-1021 Community Policing (703) 729-0581 x123 Loudoun Co. Traffic Hotline (703) 771-5798 Loudoun Hospital Center (703) 858-6000 Loudoun Co. Library Administration (703) 777-0368 Loudoun Co. Planning Department (703) 777-0246 Building Permits (703) 777-0220 Miss Utility 1 (800) 552-7001 New Vision Trash and Recycling 1 (703) 331-0600 Saddle Ridge Apartments (703) 729-0090 Sequoia Realty-Lakeshore Condos (703) 723-7960 Sports Pavilion (703) 729-0581 Virginia State Police 1 (800) 572-4510 Washington Dulles Int’l Airport (703) 572-2700 Washington Gas (703) 750-1000 Wingler House Apartments (703) 858-9507 YMCA of Loudoun County (703) 777-9622 6
to their service in late April. The savings that will be gained from the switch will be applied to offset some of the snow removal overage from this past winter. Next month we will be able to report the total anticipated savings. Information about the new pick up days will be published on the association web site as quickly as possible. We will also be sending email blasts via the association’s email system as well as the Pavilion constant contact system in order to reach as many residents as possible. Please understand that our transition will take a few weeks. There will be some changes to the pick up schedule and it will be important to take note of these changes. Benefits of the change include 60 gallon covered recycle bins for garage townhomes and single family homes as well as a common day pick up of trash and recycling. We will continue to have yard waste pick-ups as well as the ability to purchase, not rent, a garbage toter. Please be on the lookout for the changes as they are published. See you around the Village.
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B oard Briefs
February Meeting The February 23, 2010 regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the 2009-2010 Board of Directors was called to order at 6:01 p.m. by President M. Doug Carlson. Among other business: n Received the monthly Community Policing report. n Approved the minutes of the January 26, 2010 Board of Directors meeting. n Mark Schnupp, Facilities and Grounds Manager, presented the AutoCAD Mapping System detailing the AVCA’s assets in the Village. Additionally, he presented information regarding Manager Plus, a system designed to automate the work order process. n NOVA Flag Football presented an appeal to the Board to allow the league to continue to play on the association’s fields. n Several residents expressed concerns regarding the possible expulsion of the NOVA Flag Football league from playing on association fields. n A resident expressed concerns regarding the Sports Pavilion Expansion project. n Received the President’s Report. n Received the Treasurer’s Report. n Received the Finance Manager’s Report. n Received the General Manager’s Report. Old Business consisted of the following items: n The Board denied the request of the homeowner of 21074
Tioga Terrace to have recreation center rental privileges reinstated and security deposit returned. n The Board denied the variance request of the homeowner of 20981 Killawog Terrace regarding the board on board fence at the property. Fence must be restored to 3ft, handrail or open picket style per the Residential Declaration for Section 46. New Business consisted of the following items: n The Board tabled a decision regarding a request for architectural change and extension for the homeowner of 44030 Cheltenham Circle. n Received the AVSP Management Report. n Received the 2009 Year in Review Report from WTS. n Received the Facilities and Grounds Manager’s Report. n Received the Resident Services Manager’s Report. n Received committee reports and minutes. The Board went into Executive Session at 9:30 p.m. The Board came out of Executive Session at 10:46 p.m. The following decision was taken during Executive Session: n The Board postponed the scheduled Special Meeting of the Membership for the Sports Pavilion Expansion to May 27, 2010. The meeting adjourned at 10:50 p.m.
Loudoun Symphonic Winds Spring Concert “Latin Flavors” Belmont Ridge Middle School 19045 Upper Belmont Place, Leesburg, VA 20176 Saturday, April 10, 2010, 7:30 pm The Loudoun Symphonic Winds is one of the area’s most exciting musical ensembles. Our goal is to give the Loudoun community and its neighbors an opportunity to play and hear the best of yesterday and today’s concert band music. In the footsteps of great bands from Sousa to the Eastman Wind Ensemble, LSW’s members and Principal Conductor Gil Corella give you a spectrum of music from classic marches to Broadway songs and holiday favorites. Admission: Suggested donation of $5.00 per individual or $10.00 per family. For further information, visit www.LCBandinc.org or phone (703) 777-7985.
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Around the Village Winter 2010 was one for the record books. Who would have thought that our winter wonderland would extend through February as our residents dug themselves out from under the mountains of snow that blanketed the region? As my teenage son recently said, “Snow is cool but shoveling stinks,” and I know from speaking with many of our Village residents that our readers echo this sentiment. Now that the final glimpses of snow have melted away and revealed green grass beneath, I look forward to seeing our residents out and about and enjoying the springtime weather that is just around the corner. Do You Receive Email Updates Regarding AVCA Events and Other Important Info? If you answered “no” to this question, then please register at the association’s website, www.ashburnvillage.org. The process is very simple and takes only a few minutes. Not only will you receive up-to-the-minute information delivered directly to your inbox, but you will also have access to information only available to Ashburn Village homeowners. Friendly Reminders Redux No, you are not Bill Murray’s character in the movie, Groundhog Day, who one day awoke to find that he was repeating the same day over and over again. However, I am repeating the reminders from my February 2010 article in hopes that the message gets through. While the Covenants team sees signs of improvement every day, we still receive numerous complaints and have conducted inspections throughout the Village where the message has seemed to fall on deaf ears. Let’s try this again. Properly picking up after your pet is not only courteous but it’s the law. No one wants to walk out into his or her yard and step in the “gift” that Fido left behind. Trash is another hot topic issue. Please be sure to properly secure your trash and recycling when placed out for collection. Resist the urge to pile your garage bags on common area islands in the townhome parking areas. It is unsightly and causes the neighborhoods to look messy. In the event that your trash is missed for collection by the association’s trash service provider, please contact our office immediately to report the issue and receive any additional information and instructions. Additionally,
residents should check the association’s website at www.ashburnvillage.org for the latest updates regarding special pick-ups, make-up days, etc. Again, if residents would be more conscientious in these two areas, it would mean so much to your neighbors here in the Village. Let’s all do our part to ensure that Ashburn Village remains a great place in which to live and work. FOG Can Be a Real Problem It’s not the kind of fog that affects your visibility, but it does clog your household drains and wreaks havoc on sewer lines. Overflows and backups are commonly found to be caused by fats, oil and grease (FOG). Grease gets into the sewer from household drains and neglected grease interceptors at businesses such as restaurants. The grease blocks sewer pipes, causing health hazards and leading to expensive fixes. It also damages the environment. FOG includes cooking oils like vegetable or olive oil, butter, margarine, lard, shortening, oleo, meat fat, food scraps, baking goods, gravy, sauces, mayonnaise, salad dressings and dairy products. Many plumbers say emergency calls almost double the day after major holidays. Using the garbage disposal does not alleviate grease from entering your drain and sticking to the sides of your pipes leading from the house to the street. Garbage disposals only shred discards into smaller pieces. Likewise, the dishwasher only cleans dishes, it does not remove grease. Running hot water down the sink with the grease only pushes the grease further down the pipes. The best way to prevent grease from entering your sewer system is to properly dispose of it away from your drain. Don’t pour grease down your sink or toilet. Instead, pour used grease in a container and take it out to the trash. Place the container in the freezer for less mess. Scrape food particles on dishes and cooking utensils into the trash before placing them in the sink or dishwasher. Place strainers in your drains and empty the catch in the trash. These simple steps will help reduce overflows and backups, ensuring non-interrupted service of your water and a healthier environment. This information is provided by Loudoun Water. For more information, go to www.loudounwater.org.
Ashburn Classics Announcement The Ashburn Classics will hold their April meeting at the Mills Recreation Center in Ashburn Village on April 10 at 10:30am. The program will be on a “Hot Topic” and of interest to all seniors. Easter theme goodies will be served. Please join all of your friends and bring along a friend. This will be a very intresting meeting and one you will not want to miss. For more information, please call 703-407-0149.
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Notes From Your Neighbors… My name is Terry the Traumasaurus, and I am a paramedic dinosaur whose job it is to help promote the well being and safety of not just children, but everyone in the Ashburn community. I am big, and friendly and green. My friends say I am cuddly, too! I will be bringing you safety tips all year long. After all, accidents are preventable!! Spring is coming – and not a minute too soon! The Home Safety Council provides these recommendations for “Spring Cleaning the Safe Way.” In the spring, people often like to clean their homes. It’s a great thing to do! But it’s important to stay safe while you’re doing it, especially from falls and poisoning – two of the top causes of home injuries.
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April AVFRD Events:
n When cleaning out closets or re-organizing things, always keep stairs, steps, landings and all floors clear. n Carry loads you can see over, and keep one hand free to hold banisters and railings. n Five gallon buckets are often used while cleaning and present a serious drowning danger to young children. n Follow safety recommendations when using harsh products, such as wearing gloves and masks. Do not mix products together because their contents could react with dangerous results. n Never use gasoline to clean something and never use or store gasoline in your home, even in tiny quantities. Gasoline vapors can explode with just a spark. Store it in an outside shed.
Grand opening of Station 22 April 10th from 10 – 2 p.m. Join us as we open the doors to our new station, Station 22 Lansdowne Safety Center Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion 10K (which benefits AVFRD) – April 25th
n When you clean out your cabinets, look at the labels on the products. If you see the words “Caution,” “Warning,” “Danger,” “Poison,” or “Keep Out of Reach of Children,” be very careful. These products should be locked up when you are not using them.
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n Remember to put things away so people cannot trip on them. Safely tuck away telephone and electrical cords out of walkways.
Noon to 4 p.m. Get on the Road to Safety! Our featured safety stops will be: Poison Control, Call 911, Stranger Danger, First Aid, Water Safety and Bike Town. Second Annual Poker Run Saturday, June 19th join us for a new and longer course thru scenic Loudoun County
n If you need to climb to clean something, use a stepladder or ladder. When using a ladder, stand at or below the highest safe standing level.
Pancake Breakfast at the Ashburn Firehouse, 20688 Ashburn Rd. The first Sunday of every month from 8 a.m. until noon. THERE IS NO PANCAKE BREAKFAST IN APRIL. The next dates are May 2 and then June 6, 2010. Terry the Traumasaurus will be making an appearance for great picture taking. Join us for “Kid’s Corner” Every month will feature a new surprise, a visit by a special guest, a craft project, etc. As always there is an opportunity for child and adult to tour the fire engines and ambulances that protect you every day. New to the Pancake Breakfast is our new diesel fuel fundraising. It takes 312 gallons of fuel to fill up 3 fire trucks and 3 ambulances. You can buy a gallon (or more) and if that gallon fills one of those tanks, you get to ring a fire bell!
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LAKESHORE CONDOMINIUM OFFICE 44190 NATALIE TERRACE ASHBURN, VA, 20147 Office Telephone: (703) 723-7960 Office FAX: (703) 723-7961 Site Manager: Susan Londos E-Mail Address: Lakeshoreoffice@verizon.net
The April Board of Directors Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 29th, 2010 at 6:30pm in the Lakeshore Clubhouse
Board of Director Members Claude Gianino – President Calvin Coolidge – Vice President Kay O’Sullivan – Treasurer Mellissa Spedden – Secretary Robert Ollen – Member at Large
homeowner. Lakeshore does not provide shovels to buildings. It may be prudent to purchase a shovel when they appear in stores again in the Fall.
Snow Removal Now that the snow is behind us here are a few notes regarding snow removal. The Board of Directors typically does not have the lanes of the parking lot plowed unless we get 3 inches of snow. This also applies to sidewalks being shoveled. The plows typically will only plow one lane in an effort to keep costs down. Individual parking spots will not be plowed out. If there is a homeowner who uses a handicap spot that needs to be cleared, please call the office. However, often conditions may vary this (e.g. ice, freezing temperatures for the following day). Lakeshore does not shovel snow off patios and decks; that is the responsibility of the
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Noise Issues We are beginning to receive a lot of noise complaints. Homeowners who have renters in their units must ensure that they have received and understand the rules and regulations at Lakeshore, not only for noise but also for all aspects of the bylaws. Please be considerate of your neighbors as these buildings are not sound proof. Pet Owners We are continuing to have a difficult situation with pet owners not picking up after their dogs. The problem is particularly bad on Cornstalk Terrace. Again, please be considerate of your neighbors and the property and pick up after your pets.
Work on Property You have probably begun seeing work done on the property and the buildings now that the weather has improved. Should you have any questions or concerns, please call the office at 703-7237960. Please take a moment and tidy up your decks and patios. Please do not hang bird feeders, as they attract unwanted rodents. Personalized Care Finally, please report any water leaks as soon as a Quality Location you see them. Homeowner’s Insurance Just a reminder that all homeowners and renters should have their own insurance policy over and above what the Master Policy covers to include your personal items as well. Renters should also have their own policy to cover personal items. The Master Insurance policy for Lakeshore Condominium is held by Hardy Insurance (Nationwide is the Carrier). Should you have any questions about the Master policy, please feel free to call them at 703-503-3100.
LCSO on Twitter and Facebook In an effort to further reach out to the community, the Loudoun County Sheriff ’s Office announced the agency is now on Facebook and Twitter. Members of the Facebook community are encouraged to become a fan of the Sheriff ’s Office page on Facebook (search Loudoun County Sheriff ’s Office). For those who prefer to receive tweets, you can follow the agency at www.twitter. com/loudounsheriff. The agency has integrated the Alert Loudoun system with the two social media sites. Alerts issued through the system will appear as status updates on the Facebook fan page and be sent as tweets through Twitter. The Alert Loudoun system currently has over 60-thousand subscribers but the Loudoun Sheriff ’s Office is using the social media sites in an attempt to reach out to a wider audience.
Solicitor Regulations With the warming weather, communities will see an increase in solicitors in our area. In many cases these businesses and/or organizations are legitimate and are providing their customers a service. In other cases these businesses and/or organizations are less than scrupulous and use high pressure sales tactics and intimidation to make sales or collect donations. All solicitors that operate inside the county are required to register with the Sheriff ’s Office. As part of this registration a background check is completed and information on the employer is obtained. Through this process, anyone approved to solicit is issued an identification card showing they are a registered solicitor. (See pictures). All solicitors are required to display these credentials, and upon request, provide it to any person they are contacting as a solicitation for business. In addition to registering and tracking would-be solicitors, this process also holds solicitors to a code of conduct.
Should a solicitor violate this code of conduct then their privilege will be revoked and they will not be authorized to solicit within Loudoun County for a period of one year. This code of conduct can be fround online at www.loudoun.gov. Any person who witnesses a violation of this code of conduct or encounters a solicitor who refuses to provide their county-issued solicitor permit or does not have a permit should contact the Sheriff ’s Office at the nonemergency number and report the incident immediately. Deputies will follow up and check the area for the solicitor. If the case warrants, deputies have the option to issue a summons for a violation of the county solicitor ordinance.
Construction Site Larcenies There continues to be a surge in construction site larcenies throughout the county. Construction sites can be the target of thieves for a number of reasons from building supplies to copper metal. Most work sites do not do work after dark due to the safety risk and lack of lighting. The crime prevention suggests unit that if a citizen observes persons on a work site or around areas of construction in the evening after dark, that they call the Sheriff ’s Office and report the activity. Deputies will come out to the site and check to see if the persons are legitimate workers or would-be thieves. Putting a stop to this activity will help deter other types of crime from finding their way into your neighborhood. Remember: When in doubt call it in! 703-777-1021.
Frequently Asked Questions If you would like to have a question answered, please e-mail the question to Nathaniel.Payne@ loudoun.gov or James.Spurlock@loudoun.gov.
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Girl Scout Light Bulb Challenge Saves Energy and Helps Environment Girl Scouts have been “green” since 1912, and this year the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital (GSCNC) challenged over 63,000 girl members ages 5-17, to take a single important step towards greening their homes and communities. Every girl in every Girl Scout troop in the Council’s region, which includes the District of Columbia and 25 counties in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia, are encouraged to change at least one traditional incandescent light bulb to the more energy efficient compact fluorescent (CFL) or light emitting diodes (LED). Girl Scouts will track their activities on their website at www.gscnc.org/ lightbulbchallenge.html. “Going green isn’t just a catchphrase for Girl Scouts, it is a part of the Girl Scout Promise to ‘use resources wisely,’” said Lidia Soto-Harmon, Deputy Executive Director for Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital. “We are proud that Girl Scouts are taking the lead. It is important for girls to see that change begins in their homes and communities. Collectively we hope to change 63,000 incandescent light bulbs.”
The Council teamed up with Pepco in the District of Columbia, Prince George’s and Montgomery County to ensure that families with limited incomes could participate in the light bulb challenge. Pepco is providing financial and technical assistance to help the Council purchase over 5,000 CFL light bulbs for Girl Scouts in these areas. This is yet another way Pepco helps residential customers reduce energy consumption. Through Pepco’s “Residential Lighting and Appliance Program,” compact fluorescent lights are available at discounted rates in 34 stores in the District of Columbia. “Our nation’s environmental challenges can be improved through partnerships with community stakeholders,” said Vincent Orange, Vice President, Pepco Region. “We are honored to help Girl Scouts in the region become advocates for smart energy consumption. We believe their efforts to change more than 63,000 incandescent light bulbs in the Greater Washington region will make a significant impact.” ( Continu e d on page 16)
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March 2010 Broad Run District School Board Report At the time I’m submitting this to the Ashburn Villager, much of the new budget is under discussion between the School Board and the Board of Supervisors. As your representative I arranged to sit on all joint boards including the special committee to look for northern Ashburn land to meet future school facility needs. The new Loudoun Administrator has recommended full funding of our school budget request but the rhetoric implies a cut is more probable. Unfortunately we were told at our March 2, 2010 meeting that the Supervisors would not fund the planned Monroe Advanced Technology Center, which was to be located on the site across the street from the Ashburn Ice House. In our district we have two major leadership changes: Dr. Holley retired with Michelle Walthour taking over her duties as principal of Ashburn Elementary and Dr. Markley is retiring as principal of Broad Run High School. His job is currently posted with interviews to begin shortly. Even though head football coach and teacher, Mr.
Burnett, is being promoted to a department head position at Tuscarora High School, I am advised that the AP Economics Course he initiated will be taught by other teachers. We also have a very dedicated and experienced coach coming to BRHS from Stone Bridge, so the 28 and 0 record may likely continue! Because of snow, the release of grades was delayed a few days but I was told that ALL colleges were advised in writing and some were even called by LCPS guidance counselors to ensure no senior was impacted by a perceived missed deadline. The use of both electronic and telephonic phone messaging by LCPS was very helpful in alerting everyone to the current status, as LCPS faced considerable transportation challenges due to the storms. I remain grateful for all the continued support I receive from Broad Run constituents and from the majority of the school board who supported my recommendations during the most recent high school boundary decision.
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Seniors Are Ready for Spring! Wingler House residents have had enough of the snow! Yes, it is beautiful, but, what about all that digging? Even if residents did get shoveled out, they still had problems finding a place to park their cars. Everyone agreed that Punxsutawney Phil was correct this year in stating there would be six more weeks of winter. We just didn’t know it would be this bad.
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Girl Scout Light Bulb Challenge Saves Energy and Helps Environment If every local Girl Scout changes a single bulb, local homes could collectively save over $287,766 a year and $2.5 million dollars over the next 5 years. Additionally: n If every household in the U.S. replaced just one incandescent light bulb with a CFL, the pollution equivalent of one million cars would disappear. n On average, an incandescent bulb will consume 82 pounds of coal over its lifespan.
Wingler House residents had numerous activities planned in the month of February. However, like the schools, churches and recreation centers, many activities had to be rescheduled due to the weather. Luckily, we were able to have the Valentine Social on February 15. Many of the residents attended, enjoyed appetizers, and participated in a great sing-a-long given by Tom Stringer of Fairfax, VA. He had the seniors singing and tapping their toes to every song he played. Everyone who attended the social had a great time. While many of the February activities were cancelled, the residents are looking forward to a little bit ‘o Irish in March. There will be an outing to O’Faolain’s Restaurant. Residents will also be snacking on pretzels and beer on St. Patrick’s Day. Wingler House, located in Ashburn Village, is an affordable community of 264 spacious apartments for adults 55 and older. Amenities on the property include a Computer Center, Beauty Salon, Exercise Room, Game Room, Craft Room, Library and Screened-in Upper Terrace. The professionally landscaped grounds include a gazebo, fishpond, fountain, courtyards, putting green and garden plots for residents.
Girl Scouts can track the number of bulbs changed on the GSCNC website www.gscnc.org/lightbulbchallenge.html. The Council will announce the results of the challenge at their 2010 GSCNC Eco-Expo on Sunday, April 18, 2010. The Light Bulb Challenge is part of the Girl Scouts Forever Green Community Action project, which encompasses girl-led initiatives designed to protect the environment. To learn more about the Forever Green Community Action project, visit our website www.gscnc.org.
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April Tips for the Garden! The best time to plant shrubs and trees is on a windless, cloudy day. Once new growth begins on trees and shrubs, cut back to green wood any twigs affected by winter kill. Don’t coat pruning cuts with tree paint or wound dressing. These materials won’t prevent decay or promote wound closure. Prune roses to buds that point outward to encourage good air and sunlight penetration. Dark-colored canes
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Swimming Pool Rules Ashburn Village Community Association (AVCA) Swimming Pool Rules The Lifeguards and Manager-on-Duty (MOD) have the authority to enforce more stringent rules than those listed here to ensure the health, safety, and comfort of all participants. Participants not abiding by these rules may be asked to leave the facility and may also be subject to suspension or termination of facility privileges. Identification of Residents All residents and guests 6 years of age or older must provide either a valid AVCA Membership Card or a valid AVCA Guest Pass to gain entry to any AVCA pool. Pool Closings In addition to Loudoun County and State of Virginia Health Code Standards, the pool will be closed for the following reasons: n Operational and mechanical difficulties affecting pool water quality. n During severe weather conditions (heavy rain, lightning, and thunder) and warnings, especially when visibility to the pool bottom is compromised (deck also closed). n For 30 minutes following the last occurrence of thunder or lightning (deck also closed). n For a period of time following any mishap that results in feces or vomit in the pool water. Appropriate Behavior n All swimmers MUST shower before entering the pool. n Proper swimwear is required, which does NOT include jeans, cutoffs, or thongs. n NO PETS are allowed in the pool or on the pool deck. n NO GLASS, ALCOHOL, or TOBACCO is permitted anywhere in the pool area. Possession of alcohol will result in immediate expulsion. n Food is NOT allowed in the pool area except in designated eating areas. Non-alcoholic drinks in non-glass containers are permitted. n Audio equipment must be used with personal headphones in pool and locker room areas. n Swimmers MUST stay off lap lanes, ropes, safety lines and lifeguard stands. n Please refrain from distracting the Lifeguards while on duty; they are here for your safety. n Inappropriate behavior such as running, pushing, wrestling, excessive splashing, standing or sitting on shoulders, or spitting of water is NOT allowed and may result in expulsion from the pool area. n Children, ages five and older, MUST use their gender appropriate changing room. n Private parties cannot be accommodated. n Swim aides, floatable objects, and pool toys will be allowed at the Lifeguard’s discretion. n All children who are not toilet trained MUST wear approved swimmers’ diapers while in the pool. n A 10-minute Safety Break for Adult Swim will be held at 50 minutes after the hour, every hour. Only adults (18 years or older) and infants accompanied by adults are permitted in the pool during Break. n Admission will be refused to any person having a skin disease, inflamed eyes, nasal or ear discharge, or any communicable disease. Health and Safety n DIVING IS NOT PERMITTED, except in designated areas. n All children 4 years of age or younger must be supervised by an adult (16 years of age or older) within arm’s length at all times when on the pool deck or in the pool. n All children regardless of age using inflatable armbands (i.e., water wings) or any approved Coast Guard flotation device MUST be supervised one-on-one by an adult who is in the water and within arm’s length of the child. n Children under age 12 MUST be directly supervised by a responsible individual age 16 or older. The Villager
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Make Your Pet a “Big Loser”!
Sixty-four percent of U.S. adults are overweight or obese. This topic has become a permanent feature in magazines and on television. This alarming figure has terrible effects on both self esteem as well as overall health, and has a tremendous impact on health care in the U.S. What isn’t often mentioned in the media is how this condition is also affecting pets. Recent research has shown that 1 in 4 pets in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Obesity in pets is just as harmful as it is in people, and can lead to health risks such as arthritis, orthopedic problems, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and respiratory problems, just to name a few. Although there is no “one size fits all” way to determine if your dog or cat may need to lose a few pounds, a good place to start is the Body Conditioning Score (BCS) system. This system is used to define whether or not your pet is overweight based on a 9 point scale, with a score between 4 and 5 being ideal, and anything higher than 5 is considered overweight. One good rule of thumb we follow is that you should be able to feel your pet’s rib cage and see his waistline. If there is big belly or some love handles present and you can’t feel the ribs, you’ve got a paunchy pooch or a fat cat. Ways to help get Fluffy or Fido to be a Big Loser, after consulting with your veterinarian, are:
Dr. Steve Velling www.ashburnanimals.com 703-729-0700 n Minimize treats – make sure to get with others in the house, because if you cut back but others don’t, then your furry friend will quickly know who to go to for a fix. n Increase exercise – makes sense, but some pets really don’t get enough activity. Just an extra half an hour walk a day or playtime with the cat is a proven way to get the weight off. If that doesn’t fit into your schedule, then hire a dog walker. n Portion control – Use a measuring cup so you know exactly how much you’re giving every day. Take into account that some of today’s foods are more nutritionally dense, so pets need less than they did with “filler foods.” Also, beware of the “recommendations” on the back of bags, as they may say to feed your pet more than you should, thereby using more of the manufacturer’s product (kind of like “supersizing” your pet’s meal). For cats, feeding more canned food meals, and not leaving dry food out all day for them to graze on helps lower their carbohydrate intake and therefore their body fat. I was inspired to write this article by our staff, who are currently holding their own “Biggest Loser” contest, and between the diets and exercising among them, they are all doing a terrific job! I hope your pet becomes a big loser, too! P.S. Studies show that pets that are fit live 1.8 years longer than heavy ones!
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Spring 2010 Community DON’T LET YOUR “TREASURES” GO UNDISCOVERED!
Participate with hundreds of your neighbors by setting up in your yard or driveway. Directional flyers may be posted the evening before the event, but must be removed no later than 6:00PM on April 18th. Use the form below to register and provide us with your address and categories to be listed on our yard sale map. Maps will be available at the AVCA office (44025 Courtland Drive) and at the Sports Pavilion on Thursday, April 15th. The rain date is published in the newspaper. If rain, option to use the rain date left to seller. An advertisement will run in several area newspapers.
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If you live in a condo or townhome OR don’t have space at home, you can reserve a parking space or two at the Lakes Recreation Center (Cheltenham Cr.). Groups and organizations are encouraged to participate as well. Each owner, group, or organization will be allowed a maximum of 2 spaces. Participants must be residents of Ashburn Village. Parking space permit will be emailed or can be picked up at the Sports Pavilion and must be displayed during the event.
Register early, spaces limited! There is no cost to register. This registration form will enable us to list your address and items for sale on the back of our community map for potential buyers. Your name & telephone number will not be listed, only address & items for sale.
Name _____________________________________ Phone# _________________________________ Address ___________________________________________________________________________ E-mail _____________________________________________________________________________ Directions from Ashburn Village Blvd: ________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Sale Categories: Baby___ Furniture___ Household___ Clothing: Adult__ Child__ Infant__ Kitchen___ Toys____ Tools___ Books___ Exercise ___ Computer Equip ___ Sports ___ Arts/Crafts ___
Other: _____________________________________________________________________________ RESERVE SPACES? Please mark number of spaces requested: 1___ 2 ___ Lakes Recreation Center ___ Please Drop Off at the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion or fax (703) 589-1110
Deadline for Registration is Sunday, April 11, 2010
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Sports Pavilion: A Personal Perspective When I became a resident of Ashburn Village 13 years ago, I was proud of my community’s beauty and especially proud of its featured amenity – the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion. The AVSP is a great amenity to have right in my own backyard without having to go outside of the Village – not to mention it has been a great asset to help our home values and promote Ashburn as a desirable location for those buying homes in Loudoun County. Over the years I have put the AVSP to good use. I have taken advantage of probably 90% of the facility and many of its programs, including offerings for children. As the years passed, however, I began having difficulty with getting into programs and classes; at times, trying to use the exercise equipment was nearly impossible due to the waits. I’ve also had to go outside of the Village to take certain programs because of the limitations in what the Pavilion could offer due to space constraints. Aside from the usage limitations, I’ve taken particular notice of the facility’s condition and have watched it begin to show its age over the last several years. Repairs on the infrastructure, repeated breakdown of equipment (due to overuse in some cases) and the dated building (interior and exterior) have caused it to lose its luster. The Pavilion has become less functional, less aesthetically pleasing and less useful. This,
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unfortunately, has made it a less useful amenity and has detracted from the overall attractiveness of our community. As a homeowner and as a commercial real estate professional, I understand the importance of maintaining assets to maintain and improve value. I also think I have a good perspective and understanding of the many uses of the Pavilion and the deficiencies that exist in the current structure in accommodating today’s community needs. This perspective comes from my own observations and conversations with community friends and neighbors as well as review of the survey responses that have been submitted to the association. I am very aware of the economic troubles experienced by our nation, state and local communities through this recent recession and the resulting concerns about the timing of such a financially demanding project. There’s an upside to this, though, and that is our community’s ability to capitalize on this recent economic upheaval. Construction prices today are lower and by acting now and taking advantage of the soft economy, we stand to save 25-30% on this entire project versus waiting until the economy turns around. Some economists suggest we are emerging from the downturn which means the market will start seeing more demand and prices will soon start climbing. Whether it’s in the next year or the next 3-5 years, we will have to do major renovations to the Sports Pavilion to address its deteriorating conditions. Our community association is financially strong and well positioned to assume the financial responsibility associated with the master plan and we are ready to move forward and respond to our community’s needs. It makes good sense to be forward thinking and act now to address infrastructure and space/programmatic deficiencies to create an amenity that will take us into the next 20-25 years. Many of us easily spend +$27 per month in our gourmet coffee drinks, fast food/convenience dinners, going to the movies or other “niceties” without giving it a second thought. As a homeowner, I would gladly give up a few of my gourmet coffee drinks in exchange for a greatly enhanced Sports Pavilion as well as the inherent benefits such as sustained or enhanced home value driven by the fact that I live in such a desirable community offering a very competitive amenity package. Once we (the AVSP Special Committee) are confident that the total project costs and ongoing operating costs will increase monthly fees no more than $27 per month and present the supporting business plan to the community, I am hopeful that most of you will see the wisdom in making this decision and vote YES for the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion revitalization project. Respectfully, Melanie Parks Member, AVSP Special Committee
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Fill out order form below Indicate whether you want us to spread your mulch (add’l service) Mail order form and payment to: Troop 1158 Mulch Sale 20666 Stillpond Court Ashburn, VA 20147 Or visit our web site and order on-line!
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Ashburn Boy Scout Troop 1158 – Spring 2010 Mulch Sale Order Form
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Run Fast. Run Smart. Run Hard.
Ashburn Village 10K, 5K, & 1 Mile Fun Run Sunday, April 25th, 2010 AWARDS The fastest three men and women overall in both the 5K and 10K will receive awards. The ﬁrst man and woman in both races in each of the following age groups will get an award: 12 and under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 and over. Awards will be given to all children age 12 and under.
EVENT REGISTRATION On-line registration is available at http://www.active.com/ event_detail.cfm?event_id=1833113. Online Registration ends April 22nd. Race fees increase after April 10th. Registration forms can also be turned in at or mailed to the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion at 20585 Ashburn Village Blvd., Ashburn, VA 20147. Checks can be made out to AVSP. Send registrations c/o Ashburn Village Race.
CHRONOTRACK TIMING AND SCORING Transponder timing operated by Capital Running Company will be used to score the 5K and 10K races. The system uses a computer “tag” which must be tied to each runner’s shoelaces and records the exact time a runner crosses the starting line and the ﬁnish line, resulting in a net time for each runner. The tag is disposable. Overall awards will be based upon clock time and age group awards will be based upon transponder times.
PROCEEDS All race proceeds will be donated to the Ashburn Volunteer Fire Department. FEES 10K Ashburn Village Residents: $30 10K Non-Residents: $35 10K After April 10: $40
PACKET PICK-UP AND LATE REGISTRATION Race packet, t-shirt pick up, and late registration will be 12-5 pm on Saturday, April 24th, at the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion located at 20585 Ashburn Village Blvd. On race day, you may register and pick up race packets from 7 to 7:45 am. Please register in advance to avoid the lines.
5K Ashburn Village Residents: $25 5K Non-Residents: $30 5K After April 10: $35 Fun Run Ashburn Village Residents: $8 Fun Run Non-Residents: $12 Fun Run After April 10: $15
DIRECTIONS FROM THE BELTWAY ROUTE I-495 Take VA Route 7 west towards Leesburg for nearly 16 miles. Turn left onto Ashburn Village Blvd and go about a mile and a half to the Ashburn Elementary School and another quarter mile to the Sports Pavilion. We are only 10 minutes from Dulles Airport.
RACE SITE AND COURSES The race site is at the Ashburn Elementary School at 44062 Fincastle Drive, Ashburn, VA 20147. The start and ﬁnish for all events is in front of the school. The 10K and 5K start together at 8:15 am and the fun run begins at 8:25 am. 5K and 10K courses are certiﬁed. The courses loop down Ashburn Village Boulevard and through scenic Ashburn Village. There is no more than a one percent grade incline at any time. Course maps are printed on the reverse side of this form and are also available for download at www.ashburnsportspavilion.org.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Sponsor, volunteer, parking and more information will be continuously updated on the web at www.ashburnsportspavilion.org.
Zip: Age on Race Day:
T-Shirt Size (Adult):
T-Shirt Size (Child):
PARENT SIGNATURE IF UNDER 18: Detach and mail along with payment or stop in at the Pavilion.
Telephone: Birth Date:
Ashburn Village Resident*
*Ashburn Village Residents must present their Sports Pavilion membership card or picture ID at check-in.
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Personal Training Special! Whether you are interested in weight loss, strength training, or conditioning, AVSP has certified personal trainers who can build a personal training program to fit your needs. During the month of April if you purchase any of our 5 session packages you will receive 2 free sessions. That is 7 sessions for the price of 5. Special pricing includes: Private-one hour sessions $275 Express-half hour sessions $195 Partner sessions $415 Small Group sessions $475. Contact Fitness Director, Tracy Faber at email@example.com or by phone at 703-729-0581 ext. 114. Hurry, this special offer ends April 30, 2010.
Free POLAR® Body Age Assessments Let the AVSP Personal Trainers help you determine your body’s age verses your biological age. Assessments will be offered on the following days and times: Monday, April 19, 9-11am Wednesday, April 21, 5-7pm Saturday, April 24, 10:30am-12pm
POLAR® Seminar: “The Importance of Heart Rate Training” Your heart is the most important muscle in your body. Learn the importance of training in the correct zones and using a heart rate monitor to enhance your workout. Date: Saturday, April 24 Time: 9-10:30am (Free Polar™ Body Age Assessments after the event) Cost: FREE for Residents; $10 for Non-Residents Registration is required. Please sign up at the AVSP Front Desk.
Core Conditioning Join this 45-minute class with an emphasis on strengthening and stretching the muscles of the abdominal, pelvic and lower-back regions. Core training is helpful in sustaining the ability to perform the activities of daily living. This class will help you improve both your physical form as well as your ability to function. Instructor: Day/Time: Date: Cost:
Laura D’Agostino Tuesdays 5:15pm April 20-May 11 $40 for 4 Classes Drop In- $15.00
Registration is required. Please sign up at the AVSP Front Desk.
Fitness Tip from AVSP Personal Trainer, Susan Strisik: Water ……The Most Essential Nutrient. Did you know that an estimated 60% of total body weight is water? This is one reason why proper hydration is essential for good health. You have heard time and time again to drink at least 8 – 10 glasses of water daily. Exercise requires even additional water intake. Being dehydrated can drastically hamper your athletic activities, slowing you down and zapping your energy. If you are thirsty, you are already dehydrated. This can lead to fatigue, muscle weakness, dizziness and other symptoms, especially while exercising. Be sure to hydrate before, during and after your workouts.
BOOT CAMP Boot Camp is a four-week, comprehensive fitness and weight-loss challenge that provides the tools and inspiration to get in shape, shed extra pounds and adopt a healthier lifestyle. It doesn’t matter if you are just starting out or if you have been exercising for some time, this fitness challenge allows you to participate no matter what shape you’re in. Let Certified Personal Trainer, Chris Peterson guide you through four weeks of group workouts and provide the motivation and support to achieve your fitness goals. It is important to note that Boot Camp is a time commitment. To achieve optimal results, your participation will be encouraged in all aspects of the program. Session 1: Days/Times: Mon., Wed. & Fri. @ 5:30am Dates: April 19- May 14 Session 2: Days/Times: Tue., Thurs. @ 5:30am & Sat. @ 7am Dates: April 20- May 15 Session 3: Days/Times: Class runs Mon-Thurs @ 7pm Participant may choose 3 of the four days and days can change week by week. Dates: April 19- May 13 Cost: $90- 12 Sessions Residents $110 – 12 sessions Non-Resident Drop in: $12 Residents $15 Non-Residents Instructor: Chris Peterson
WOW- Women on Weights Weight Machines Workshop Learn how to design your own strength training routine using the LifeFitness® machines. Participants will learn basic strength training form, technique, and principals for a safe and effective workout. Cost: $15 Residents; $20 Non-Residents Date: Saturday, April 24 Time: 11:00am-12:30pm Instructor: Leslie Demcsak
Group Swim Registration Registration now open for residents interested in signing up for Group Lessons. Non-Resident registration will open on Sunday, April 11th at 7am. Registration will close on April 15th at 8pm. Lessons begin on Monday, April 19th. If you are new to the swim program or are not sure in which level to place your child, don’t forget to take advantage of the free monthly swim assessments at the Sports Pavilion indoor pool. The Swim Assessment for the next session is Saturday, April 17. Assessments last 10-15 minutes.
Aqua Jets Registration Aqua Jets Swim Team season is right around the corner. Registration packets are available at the AVSP Front Desk. Please note that new swimmer registration must be completed in person. Returning swimmer registration will be available on-line. *Swim evaluation will be held the same nights as registration. Please have your swimmers bring a suit. Ashburn Village Resident Registration Dates: Monday, April 26 from 6-8pm Open Registration: Wednesday, April 28 from 6-8pm For more information, please contact Aquatics Director, Marti Schenck, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April Showers Bring May... Outdoor Tennis Expo Days!!!
Join the AVSP Racquet Sports Department in May for your chance to learn how to play, see the professional tennis pro staff in action, and participate in one of our FREE tennis events! Check out the schedule: Cardio Tennis Extravaganza Date: Saturday, May 8 Time: 9:00-10:30am
Worry less about your tennis strokes and more about burning some calories on the tennis court in this high energy class designed to keep you moving. Our tennis staff will run multiple courts of fun, fast paced tennis drills for players of ALL levels from beginner to advanced. Our fitness staff will be on hand to show you how to compliment this cardio workout with some strength training exercises! This program is for men & women ages 16 and over.
Men’s Sports Pavilion Challenge Date: Friday, May 14 Time: 6:00-8:00pm
Be named winner of the Men’s Sports Pavilion Challenge and you’ll have a trophy to show off for the entire year! This is a doubles event for men of all levels – you can come as a pair OR we can find you a partner. Players will be organized in brackets by level. This program is for men ages 16 and over.
QuickStart for Juniors Date: Saturday, May 15 Time: 9:00-10:30am
Quickstart tennis is an exciting new way for kids ages 8 and under to learn how to play tennis! We shorten the tennis court and play with low compression balls so that kids can be successful playing tennis in a short time as compared with traditional teaching methods. Come meet our junior tennis instructors and learn more about why the Sports Pavilion’s junior tennis program is the best in the area.
Tennis Pro Exhibition – Followed by Pro-Am Mini-Tourney & Intro to Tennis for Adults Date: Saturday, May 22 Time: To Be Determined Want to see what tennis is all about? Join us to see our professional tennis instructors duke it out on the court in a mini-match exhibition. After cheering on your favorite instructor you’ll get a chance to participate in the Pro-Am Mini-Tourney, or if you’re a beginner, the Intro to Tennis for Adults program. Registration for each of these programs is required to participate (with the exception of coming to watch the Tennis Pro Exhibition). Please sign up at the Sports Pavilion Front Desk. Space is limited and Ashburn Village Residents receive priority in each program. Registration deadline is the Tuesday before each event! For more information please contact Jennifer Douglas, Racquet Sports Director, at email@example.com.
Junior Tennis Summer Camp Junior Tennis Summer Camp registration is open now at the AVSP Front Desk. For 2010 there will be 10 weeks of camp. Sign up for one, two or more weeks. Camps run Monday-Thursday with Friday used as a “make-up” day should inclement weather cancel a day of camp. Price: Tots (4-5yrs): $50 Resident; $62 NRTM. Beg./Adv. Beg (6-12 yrs): $130 Resident; $157 NRTM Int./Adv. (10-16 yrs): $130 Resident; $157 NRTM For more information, please contact Jennifer Douglas, Racquet Sports Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Spring is finally here! Daylight Savings time is in effect already. Can baseball games and soccer matches be far behind? National Library Week, Poets, Paws to Read, Piano, Puppets, Arbor Day, Wii nights, a Talent Show, a Resumé Webinar Workshop, movies and more! That’s what’s in store for you this month at the Ashburn Library! Check out the details, below:
Rhythm, Rhyme & Tune Time Registration required (by lottery) Mondays, March 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 and April 5, 11:15 am Wednesdays, March 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31 and April 7, 11:15 am Mondays, April 26 and May 3, 10, 17 & 24, 11:15 am Wednesdays, April 28 and May 5, 12, 19 & 26 and June 2, 11:15 am Sing, chant, play instruments and move creatively as we explore the sounds, rhythms and patterns that make up our language. For ages 0-4 with a parent or caregiver.
Baby Storytime (0-18 months) Mondays, 10:00 am & Saturdays, 11:00 am Toddler Storytime (18-24 months) Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:00 am Terrific 2s Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:45 am Preschool Storytime (3s to 5s) Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:30 am Wednesdays, 1:30 pm & 7:00 pm Musical Storytime (2 & up with a caregiver) Fridays, 10:00 am Family Storytime (2 & up with a caregiver) Saturdays, 10:00 am & Sundays, 1:00 pm Babygarten – Registration required Wednesdays, March 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31 and April 7, 2:30 pm Wednesdays, April 28 and May 5, 12, 19 & 26 and June 2, 2:30 pm A fun, exciting and informational program that focuses on how nursery rhymes, songs and books can enrich your children’s lives and promote later learning success.
BOOK CLUBS FOR KIDS
Mother-Daughter Book Discussion – Registration required For girls, aged 7-9, with a parent or guardian. Tuesday, April 6, 4:00 pm Mr. Popper’s Penguins by Richard and Florence Atwater Ashburn Kids Book Club – Registration required For ages 8-11. Thursday, April 1, 7:00 pm Igraine the Brave by Cornelia Funke Junie B. Jones Book Club – Registration required For ages 6-9. Books by Barbara Parks. Thursday, April 15, 4:00 pm Junie B. Jones is Captain Field Day Guys Read – Registration required For ages 8-11. Thursday, April 22, 7:00 pm Escape! The Story of the Great Houdini by Sid Fleischman
Teen Reading Buddies Storytime Mondays, 4:30 pm (closed May 31) Encourage your child’s love of books by pairing them with a teen reading buddy for one-on-one reading time. For ages 3-6. Ashburn Peacemakers - Registration required This year-long series of programs focuses on peace and peacemaking. Stories, music, crafts and collaborative activities help to strengthen participants’ understanding of tolerance and how working together benefits the larger community. ( Continu e d on n ex t page)
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Friday, April 16, 3:30 pm - Free to Read - National Library Week Celebrate National Library Week! Learn about the freedom to read. For ages 5-8. Seasonal Storytime For ages 2-6 with a parent or caregiver. Thursday, April 8, 3:30 pm Spring is here! Movies -- Not Just for Kids! Family-friendly movies that have become classics! Mothers, fathers, sisters, and brothers: movies with something for everyone! For all ages. Monday, April 12, 7:00 pm Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, Rated PG, 90 minutes Family Movie Matinee Saturday, April 17, 3:00 pm Charlotte’s Web, Rated G, 113 minutes Wii Nights Monday, April 19, 7:00 pm Come play popular titles with friends and family. Meet new people and play new games. Door prizes! For all ages. Paws to Read with paws4people foundation Registration required - Sundays, April 25 and May 23, 2:00 pm What do you get when you bring children, dogs and books together? You get happy, confident children who love to read! Register your child to come in and read to a Therapy Dog!
Introduction to the Piano with Piano Xpress Registration required Thursday, April 1, 10:30 am High-energy, interactive piano instruction. For ages 5 -11. Mad Scientists’ Club – Registration required Explore scientific topics through activities. For ages 8 - 11. Tuesday, April 27, 7:00 pm with the Audubon Naturalist Society Reptile or Amphibian? Ashburn Library’s Talent Show – Talent Needed! Thursday, April 1 – Sunday, May 9 Can you dance, sing, tell jokes? Stop by the Information Desk to sign up your act by Saturday, May 1. Sunday, May 2, 2:00 pm – Dress Rehearsal Sunday, May 9, 2:00 pm – Performance For all ages. Creatures Great and Small performed by Rainbow Puppets National Library Week Sunday, April 11, 4:00 pm A tiny acrobatic flea and a giant stegosaurus are among the animals featured in this lively musical review of favorite animal songs. National Library Week Children’s Poet-Tree Hunt Try Poetry 2010 Monday, April 12 – Saturday, April 17 Celebrate National Library Week and stop by the Youth Services Desk to pick up a Poet-Tree hunt. Complete and turn in your hunt to the Youth Services staff by April 17 and receive a small prize. Then add a “leaf” to our Poet-Tree and take a chance at the guessing jar full of goodies. For ages 5-11. Family Activities For TV Turnoff Week Monday, April 26, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Thursday, April 29, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Fun, family-friendly activities including book sharing, puppets, games, music, and crafts. Poet in Residence: Kwame Alexander – Try Poetry 2010 Wednesday, April 28, 7:00 pm Kwame Alexander is a poet, publisher, playwright, producer, speaker and performer. He is president of Book-in-a-Day, a literacy non-profit organization that teaches and inspires youth in the writing and publishing process. Celebrate Arbor Day! Presented by Loudoun Soil & Water Conservation District – Registration required Friday, April 30, 4:00 pm Stories, crafts, and activities about the importance of trees. For ages 5-9. ( Continu e d on n ext page)
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Poetry & Short Story Group with Shannyn Snyder - Try Poetry 2010 – Registration required Saturday, April 17, 1:00 pm & Saturday, May 1, 1:00 pm Share ideas and get tips on writing poetry and short stories. Meet fellow writers and poets.
ESL - English Conversation Group Tuesdays, 7:00 pm & Thursdays, 10:00 am An informal conversation group for non-native speakers to practice speaking English.
Teen Reading Buddy Volunteers Orientation Registration required Tuesday, April 27, 4:30 pm (May-June session) Read stories to children ages 3-6 on Mondays, 4:30 - 5:30 pm
Children’s Area Volunteers – Orientation Registration required - Thursday, April 8, 7:00 pm Help keep our Children’s Area in order! Spend an hour a week picking up books and shelving. Select your days and hours when registering for this two-month rotation. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday 4:30 - 5:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday 5:30 - 6:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday 7:30 - 8:30 pm Saturday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm & Saturday 1:00 - 2:00 pm Saturday 3:30 - 4:30 pm & Sunday 1:00 - 2:00 pm Sunday 3:30 - 4:30 pm For ages 12-14.
One-on-One ESL Tutoring March - April, by Appointment (sign up begins February 15) May - June, by Appointment (sign up begins April 19) Come to the Information Desk to sign-up for English as a Second Language tutoring. ESL learners will be partnered with a trained Ashburn Library volunteer for a one-hour session each week for two months.
Monday, April 5, 7:00 pm Opening Skinner’s Box: Great Psychological Experiments of the Twentieth Century by Lauren Slater
Graphic Novels for Adults - NEW Wednesday, April 7, 7:00 pm Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi If you think all comics are muscular men in tights, you may be surprised. Copies of the book will be available at the Information Desk. Every Child Ready to Read: Early Literacy Workshop for Parents – Registration required Monday, April 19, 7:00 pm - For parents and caregivers of 2 & 3 year olds. Learn age-specific pre-reading skills to prepare your child to learn to read. Resumé Webinar Workshop with Barbara Safani of Career Solvers – Registration required Wednesday, April 14, 4:00 pm Tips on writing powerful resumes that get the attention of hiring managers. ART ON EXHIBIT March/April - Oil Paintings by Denise Malakooti
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Greenrays Landscaping First Cut Is Free: (Includes: mow, trim edge, bag & blow) mowing starts at $10! Full service landscaping. Free estimates, references and photos available. Discounts for referrals please contact Jon at 703-350-0874 or Greenrays1@yahoo.com. Licensed and insured. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Affordable Carpet Cleaning & Restoration: Whole house special – 7 rooms/areas only $147. Carpet stretching/repair. 24 hour emergency water damage. Mold experts. Pet odor/spotting, scotchguarding, upholstery cleaning, oriental rug cleaning. 30 years experience, including The White House. Please call 703-978-2270. T.W.A. Irrigation: Sprinkler irrigation systems, new installation spring turn on winterizations service repairs. Ashburn Village resident Licensed Contractor. Please call 703-723-9253. Ashburn residents free estimates and 10% off any service. Ashburn Electric: Specializing in Recess Light Installation & Service. Licensed/Insured. Call Craig at 703-858-7332. Ashburn resident. Gggggrrrrr! Computer crashed? Network down? Kid installed a game and killed your computer? Computers confuse you? Email an enigma? Internet incomprehensible? Call Less Silberberg, your local Ashburn computer guy. 703-304-1130. PCs, Macs, Networks-Maintenance, installation, problem solving. Daytime, evening, weekend appointments. Concrete Flatwork: Lead walks, patios and driveways. Remove or replace. Caulking. Bobcat services. 703-729-3225. ( Continu e d on n ex t page)
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T.W.A. Electric: Ashburn Village resident Licensed Contractor. Electrical repair fixture installation ceiling fans recessed lights panel upgrades outdoor lighting. Please call 703-723-9253. Ashburn residents free estimates and $25 off any service Use Garneski: For your A/C and heating needs. Garneski Air Conditioning and Heating Company is your local Carrier dealer.10% off any service up to $150 for Ashburn Village residents. Visit us at email@example.com or Call 703-880 2770. Drapery & Blind Services: Install, make, fabrication 1-3 day services. Residential & Commercial 40 years experience. References. Insured. Telephone: 703-723-4301. Cell: 703-728-5160. Camann Painting: Interior and exterior. Powerwashing, rotten trim replacement, drywall repairs, crown/chair rail installation. No job too small. Call Dave for free estimates. 703-4444442. Licensed/insured, serving Ashburn since 1987. Check us out on the web camannpainting.com. New Garage Doors: Replace your old garage door with a new insulated door. Models by Amarr and Clopay. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. Call Pat at 703-955-6389. firstname.lastname@example.org. REAL ESTATE Giving You More for Less! 4.5% full service listings. Cash back to homebuyers! Aggressive marketing strategies. Call Kristine Price 703-328-1025 or email email@example.com Northern VA Resident for over 30 years. The difference is experience and dedication. Samson Properties. Myrtle Beach Condo: Weeks for rent July 2-9 and August 22-27. Condos are one bedroom with sleeper sofa, full kitchen and in new phase at Sheraton Broadway Plantation. Call 703-431-6765 for details. Awesome family resort! Weather Update: Naples, FL had no snow this winter. And you? Sorry. Tropical Naples continues to be a favorite year round, warm weather get-a-way. Many quality properties under $300k. Information? Contact John Schroeder, Naples’s Realtor. Web site: NaplesUnder300.com. Email: SunnyNaplesGulf@aol.com. Myrtle Beach Condo Week for Rent: August 14th – 21st. Two bedrooms with king master suite, two full beds and full kitchen. Sheraton Broadway Plantation close to Broadway at the beach. Asking $1600. Go to contact 703-606-2690. SPECIAL INTEREST Moms Club of Ashburn Village area offers fun and support to mothers through playgroups, field trips, Moms’ Night Out, and more. Meetings held the third Thursday of each month are open to prospective members. Email ashburnmomsclub@yahoo. com or visit http://avmomsclub.50webs.com/. Adult Women Soccer Players Wanted: To join Ashburn United Co-Ed Team. Games are low stress recreational which play Sunday mornings. Call Steve at 703-729-7691, ASAP. Season starts mid April. MOPS Kid’s Consignment Sale: Sanders Corner Elementary School in Ashburn on Saturday, April 10th from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. New Dollar Dash from 3:00-3:45 p.m.! Clothes, toys, cribs and more! For complete info and directions, www.cfcmops.com.
VILLAGE HELPERS In an ongoing attempt to provide the best service to our residents, we will no longer be listing the ages of the Village Helpers. Parents are encouraged to closely monitor any correspondence directed at their children as a result of these advertisements. Babysitting: Brice Pinson, Will baby-sit 6 months on up. 3 years experience (can provide references) Please call 703-729-5642. Babysitting/Pet Sitting/Tutoring: Mackenzie Scofield, 4 plus years of experience as a Village Helper, with significant repeat business. Babysits for ages newborn – 12 years of age. Contact Mackenzie at 703-858-9707. Babysitter and/or Tutor: Ty Sheedlo, great with kids. Babysitter training course and experience. All honors classes and Spectrum. Very patient and good at entertaining kids. Please call 703-729-2182. Pet Sitting and Babysitting: Pet sitting and babysitting Neil Hartman very responsible. Please call 703-729-2453. Pet Sitting: Jessica Feddersen Loves animals, very responsible. Call 571-271-9002 or email me at jessicaf_dancer_11@hotmail. com. Will Mow your Lawn: Ryan Johnston will mow and trim your yard. Very dependable. I have my own equipment. Please call 703-723-1915. Fishing Lessons: Ryan Johnston will teach you or your child to fish. I have fishing gear, if you don’t. Please call 703-723-1915 Babysitting and Pet Sitting: I have taken a Red Cross babysitting course which included CPR for infants and older children. Babysit for newborns: 11 years of age. I love and own/ worked with animals of all sorts. Contact 571-277-0402. Flute Lessons: I have eight years of flute playing experience and am offering lessons for beginner and intermediate level flute students. The fee will be $15 per half hours session. Contact 703-729-1591. Babysitting and Pet Sitting: Caris Cole, two + years experience. Loves kids and animals. Very responsible and dependable. 703-729-2162 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilities & Grounds 6:00 pm Mills Rec Center
Budget & Finance Committee 6:30 pm Lakes Rec Center
29 Lakeshore Condo Board of Directors 6:30 pm Lakeshore Community Center Bldg
Tennis Committee 7:00 pm Woods Rec
AERC Meeting 6:00 pm AVCA Office
Neighborhood Watch 7:00 pm Woods Rec Center
AERC Meeting 6:00 pm AVCA Office
Board of Directors 6:00 pm Lakes Rec Center
Recreation & Community Events (R & CEC) 7:00 pm Sports Pavilion
Lakes & Ponds Committee 7:00 pm Mills Rec Center
AVSP Expansion Meeting 6:30 pm Lakes Rec Center
Competitive Swim Committee 7:30 pm Lakes Rec Center
Ashburn Classics 10::30 a.m. Mills Rec Center
CARE 9:15 am Mills Rec Center
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April Advertisers 29 American Power Clean 18 Animal Medical Centers of Loudoun 39 Apple Federal Credit Union 29 Apt Orthodontics 12 Ashburn Eye Care Associates 34 Ashburn Ice House 20 Ashburn Village Animal Hospital 34 Belly Rubs Pet Care 15 Bowman’s Heating A/C 40 Brian Wright Personal Training 36 Brookfield Homes 30 Cantwell Vision 2 Carolina Brothers 16 Climatic Heating and Cooling 43 Creative Windows 14 Daczkowski Orthodontics 2 Dynamic Plumbing 32 Echeandia Lawns & Landscapes 7 ENT & Allergy Specialists of Virginia 44 Garrell Realty Group 7 House Doctors 32 Jazzercise 13 Lansdowne 6 Leading Edge Testing 33 Lopez Studios 16 Lori Christ 35 Loudoun Exteriors 37 Loudoun Water 29 McCarthy Services 38 Moss Building 31 Ocean Breeze 18 Olde World Painting 10 Ronald Ray DDS 17 Seth Enterprise 15 Spirit Construction Company 33 Whole Pet Central 14 Wiger Orthodontics 34 Wise Guys 34 Zampiello Paint Contractors 42
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