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The Chantilly Highlander Your Community Newsletter Serving Chantilly Highlands V i s i t u s on t h e N E W LY r e de s i g ne d w e b s i t e a t www.c hha . or g

September 2009

Schools Open September 8 Parents and students are preparing to head back to school on Tuesday, September 8th. Below is the standard calendar for the Fairfax County Public School system, and the Back to School Night Schedule for our schools in Cluster 7. Additional information, including schedules for other schools, can be found at

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DATE CHANGE FOR Community Day September 12th There is a NEW DATE for the annual CHHA Community Day—September 12th, 3-6 PM. We are hoping the new date is more accommodating to the families of the community. Activities include a DJ, petting zoo, moon bounces, and firemen and fire truck! For those new to the neighborhood, it is held in the community center and pool parking lot and playground area. Volunteers are needed to help organize small portions of the event, such as the cake walk, balloon sculpture animals, raffle prizes, etc. Girl/Boy Scout Troops are encouraged to help with the food (last year they were allowed to keep a portion of the profits). This is a great way to get involved with the community and to meet new friends—even if you’ve lived here for a few years! Please contact Michelle Doucette by email at to volunteer with this event. Events like these can’t happen without people like you helping out!

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In This Issue: Board Minutes CH Dolphins Have Championship Summer Community Calendar Classified Ads Board & Committee Contacts

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Chantilly Highlands Homes Association Board Meeting Minutes Thursday, August 6, 2009 Submitted by Mike Laverdure

Minutes are tentative and will be reviewed and approved at the next Board Meeting, scheduled for Thursday, September 3, 2009.

The meeting was called to order at 7:45 P.M. on Thursday, August 6, 2009. Members of the Board present were: Michelle Doucette, Brian Keagy, Mike Laverdure, Larry Miller, Paul Thurneysen, Imrana Umar. Treasurer’s Report: Bills for the new diving board and pool pump replacement have been received and paid. Additionally, an air conditioner unit at the Community Center failed and required replacement. Community Facilities Report: The pool house, equipment room and pool recently sustained substantial vandalism, resulting in a half-day pool closure to test the pool water, removal of items from the pool and pool house clean up. Fairfax County Police Department has investigated and recommended the Board consider installation of a video surveillance system and alarm system. The Board agreed to investigate the feasibility and expense of such a system. The Board has received recent complaints of parking on common land and pipeline easement by various groups and leaving trash for days prior to pick up. This matter is under investigation by the Board. Long Range Planning: The Board has reviewed the CHHA DRAFT Reserve Study received from Facility Engineering Associates, P.C. (FEA) and approved with a request to FEA for a working MS Office Final version and an addendum of other items to price (with estimated upkeep costs) through the 20 year plan. Architectural Control: The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) reported approval of a homeowner’s application for repositioning of a play structure and plantings, with conditions. The homeowner and neighbor are in the process of being notified. The Board will prepare and send a letter to a homeowner relative to long standing numerous violations of CHHA rules, regulations and ACC Guidelines. Fairfax County continues to pursue criminal and civil action against this homeowner who faces numerous charges of building and zoning violations.

Newsletter, Database & Website: Residents are advised of the following Fairfax County Recycling Events: • September 12th: - Document Shredding and Compact Fluorescent Bulbs, 9 AM – 2 PM, Navy Federal Credit Union, 820 Follin Lane, Vienna • September 18th - Document Shredding and Compact Fluorescent Bulbs, 9 AM – 2 PM, Sully District Government Center, 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly • October 3rd - Document Shredding and Compact Fluorescent Bulbs, 9 AM – 2 PM, Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax The CHHA Homeowners Directory has been distributed. Neighborhood Watch: One resident has indicated interest in organizing a Neighborhood Watch program and is in discussion with the Board. Community Events, Land Management & Civic Affairs: The recent Community Teen Pool Party was a success, hosting approximately 20 residents. The next Pool Party will be on August 15, 2009. In recognition of a religious holiday, the next Community Day has been moved ahead one week to that of September 12, 2009. We are still in need of a clown. The Community is seeking volunteers to assist with the Community Day, NOW scheduled for September 12, 2009 from 3:00 – 6:00 PM. Please email the Board if interested in helping. (We REALLY need a CLOWN!) With no additional business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 9:00 P.M.

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Chantilly Highlands Dolphins Have a Championship Summer By Kim Dare

For many of Chantilly Highland’s families, summer means swim team, and the Chantilly Highlands Dolphins enjoyed a high-energy summer. Our 196 swimmers ended the season as the Colonial Swim League’s White Division Champions, with a 5 and 0 record. Several team records were broken this year by top Dolphin swimmers. Alexis Tacinelli set a new record for 8 and under girls’ backstroke at 23.15 seconds. Brenna Ferris set new records for 13-14 girls in butterfly (31.30) and in IM (1:13.31). Bradley Johnston broke several of the 13-14 boys’ records: freestyle (25.87); backstroke (29.93); breaststroke (36.75); and IM (1:09.46). For team relays, the following Chantilly Highlands records were broken: Andy Tan, John MacDonald, Bradley Johnston, and Michael Grimmett-Norris set a new record in the Boys’ Mixed Age Freestyle Relay (2:02.35 minutes); and Christopher Grimmett-Norris, Bradley Johnston, Blair Mason, and Casey Trahan set a new record in the 13-14 boys’ 200M Medley Relay (2:12.37 minutes). And during the annual Relay Carnival, our 13-14 Mixed Gender Freestyle Relay team, made up of Christopher Grimmett-Norris, Bradley Johnston, Rachel Reinhardt, and Brenna Ferris set a new record for the entire Colonial Swim League, coming in at 1:42.81. In addition to the weekly dual meets and developmental

meets, Chantilly Highlands hosted the IM Tuff Invitational on July 6. This meet tested swimmers’ abilities in all four strokes: butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle. Because IM Tuff focuses exclusively on individual medleys, it allows swimmers the opportunity to show their stuff without the wear and tear of other events. Many swimmers set personal bests in their IMs, dropping as many as 15 seconds. Seven teams from the Colonial Swim League participated in this event. Sixty-six of our swimmers participated in July 25’s Divisionals Meet, and twenty Dolphins qualified to swim or be an alternate in the All-Stars Meet. This means that they are ranked among the top 15 swimmers in the entire Colonial Swim League for their stroke and age group. The following swimmers achieved All-Star status or alternate status for the August All-Star meet: Lauren Bachman, Roni Chang, Timothy Contos, Matthew Dasher, Kevin Dinneen, Ryan Drumm, Celie Feighery, Brenna Ferris, Megan Hern, Bradley Johnston, John MacDonald, Ashlynn Marlin, Blair Mason, Christina Peters, Matthew Peters, Liam Rowell, Alexis Tacinelli, Andy Tan, Casey Trahan, and Cynthia Zhuang. Swim team is about a lot more than rankings, though. Countless Dolphins achieved “personal bests” throughout the season, improving significantly on their stroke times and techniques. Each of our swimmers brought gusto and sportsmanship to every practice and meet. The 196 swim team members and their families capped off the season with a Swim Team Awards and Ice Cream Banquet at Oak Hill Elementary School. There, each swimmer was recognized for the enthusiasm and perseverance that contributed to the team’s overall success. It was also the perfect opportunity to recognize the Dolphins’ outstanding coaches, Chantilly Highland residents Bill and Terri Marlin, who, in their 13 seasons of coaching the Dolphins, have brought the team from the Colonial Swim League’s lowest division to a force to be reckoned with! The Marlins were aided by a dedicated group of assistant coaches, who each have a long history of swimming with the team themselves: Tana King, Kathleen Brophy, Michael Donatello, Brenna Ferris, Ryley Trahan, Janice Zhuang, and Blair Mason. If your child has not participated on the Dolphins before, we hope you will consider being part of our wonderful swim team in the future. Not only is this a great summer activity, but many of the Dolphin swimmers maintain their conditioning and camaraderie year-round through the Dolphins’ Winter Swim program held each Saturday evening at the Cub Run Recreation Center. Thanks to all the parents volunteers who worked so hard to make this team a success. We hope to see you again next year.

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Mark These Dates Mark your calendars to make sure you don’t miss these community events. Volunteer(s) are needed for many of these events. Please contact the Board if interested in helping. Kayla Blatman, age 11, Chantilly Highlands resident and rising Oak Hill 6th grader, sang the National Anthem to open the Fairfax County 4-H Fair & Farm Show, the weekend of August 1, at Frying Pan Farm Park. Submitted by Mike Blatman


Community Day – Sept. 12 from 3 - 6 PM - additional volunteers are needed. Halloween Parade – Oct. 24th Haunted House – The Boy Scout Troop has not set their dates. Garden Lighting – No Garden Club, so no event scheduled. Winter Wonderland – Looking for volunteers (usually a troop) to coordinate this event.


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Plane Pull - Dulles Day October 3, 2009 The Dulles Day Plane Pull will be held October 3, 2009 from 11am to 4pm. What IS the actual Plane Pull? A benefit for Special Olympics Virginia, the pull is a fun team competition to see which group can pull a 164,000+ pound air bus the fastest. Teams are made up of 25 members, who all line up adjacent to a huge rope attached to the aircraft. The starter signals when to start and starts the stopwatch. After the team pulls the aircraft 12 feet, the stopwatch stops and the elapsed time is recorded as the team score. For forms, please contact Laureen Reid or Karen Vaclavicek at 703-246-4564. For more information, please visit our website at

Cub Scout Pack 160 will have information at Oak Hill Elementary’s Back to School Nights in September, and will hold a special Join Scouting Night on Tuesday, September 22. Teaching boys to respect one another and the environment, and that service to others is important for a successful life are hallmarks of the program. You’re interested, but you think you are already involved in too many activities? Many of our scouts are active in sports, music, and other after school activities. The full Pack meets once a month at Oak Hill Elementary, usually on a Tuesday evening. Individual Cub Scout dens, made up of groups of around eight boys who are in the same grade at school, meet on a schedule that works for all the den members at least once a month. Many activities can be combined with what you’re already doing at home and school. Come to our table at Back to School night, or watch the neighborhood around Oak Hill Elementary in September for signs with the location and details. You can also contact Heidi Guglielmino at 703-318-5885, or for more information.

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Choose a Child Care Provider With a Permit or License An estimated 94,000 people move into Fairfax County Child care providers with permits or licenses have each year, including more than 7,000 young children. Exannual home safety inspections, thorough background perts note that the number of move-ins is higher during checks, current CPR and first aid certificates, and also the summer months than at any other meet other health, safety and training retime of the year. New residents looking quirements. The Office for Children and New residents for child care provided in a home setting the state provide ongoing professional looking for child should note that Fairfax County family development opportunities for child care care should ask to child care providers are required by law providers. to have a county permit or a state license. see the child care To find provider's permit “When visiting the home of a prochild or license. spective child care provider, one of the care things new residents should ask to see is providthe family child care permit or license,� says Anne-Marie ers with current permits Twohie, acting director of the Fairfax County Office for or licenses, call the OfChildren. fice for Children at 703324-8100, or search our Child care providers who care for five or fewer chilonline database at dren in their homes are required to have a permit from the Fairfax County Office for Children; those caring for six to childcare/search. 12 children are required to have a license from the Virginia Department of Social Services.

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Chantilly Highlands is located in Virginia's 10th congressional district, and our representative is Frank Wolf. His Herndon office is located at 13873 Park Center Rd Ste.130, Herndon, VA 20171, He can be contacted at (703) 709-5800 or (800) 945-9653. His web site can be found at “I place a high priority on helping residents of the 10th District of Virginia. My staff and I work hard to be responsive to all the inquiries made to the office. “It is often difficult for an individual to locate the proper person, office or required information to address a problem with the government. I hope that my office can be helpful in cutting through the red tape.” The following assistance and information, and more, can be found on the web site: •

Satellite Offices - A representative will be at certain locations within the district to assist constituents with any problems involving the federal government.

Help with Government Agencies - Information about how we can help in dealing with government agencies.

Flag Requests - Obtain a flag that has been flown over the Capitol.

Tour Requests - Arrange for tours of attractions around Washington, D.C.

Service Academy Nominations - It is a high honor and privilege for a young person to attend one of our nation's service academies. Here you can find information about the nominating process.

Internships - Interns are a vital part of the office. Here you can find information about the program and an internship application.

Boy and Girl Scout Greetings - Becoming an Eagle Scout or earning a Girl Scout Gold or Silver Award is an exciting honor. I would be happy to send you a congratulatory letter.

Grants - Information on the grant process and how to get assistance.

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Children Home Alone When is it safe to leave a child home alone? For most parents, answering this question can be difficult. Fortunately, here in Fairfax County, social work and community professionals have developed guidelines to help parents decide when it might be safe to leave a child unsupervised. CHILD SUPERVISION GUIDELINES Lack of supervision is one of the most prevalent child neglect problems in Fairfax County. The following represent minimally acceptable standards for the supervision of children. These guidelines have been developed by social work professionals in collaboration with the community. REMEMBER, they are guidelines only. There may be situations, even within these guidelines, when it is not safe to leave a child unsupervised. Parents are ultimately responsible for making decisions about their child’s safety. Whenever any child is unsupervised / unattended the following should apply ... • There must be no emotional, medical, or behavioral problems which affect judgment or decision-making skills. • Child must be comfortable being alone. • Youth must have a safety plan worked out with the parent/ caretaker, which includes: • How to access parent or other responsible adult at all times (including knowing the parent/caretaker’s whereabouts and having a telephone number where parent can be reached). • What to do in case of emergency. • Guidelines for acceptable behavior. • Knowledge of emergency telephone numbers. • Youth must demonstrate the ability to follow the safety plan and to make decisions that reflect concern for personal safety. Age Guidelines ... 7 years and under: Should not be left alone for any period of time. This may include leaving children unattended in cars, playgrounds, and backyards. The determining consideration would be the dangers in the environment and the ability of the caretaker to intervene. 8 to 10 years: Should not be left alone for more than 1½ hours and only during daylight and early evening hours. 11 to 12 years: May be left alone for up to 3 hours but not late at night or in circumstances requiring inappropriate responsibility. 13 to 15 years: May be left unsupervised, but not overnight. 16 to 17 years: May be left unsupervised (in some cases, for up to two consecutive overnight periods). Questions? Contact the Child Protective Services HELPLINE at 703-324-7400 or go to childrenyouth/homealone.htm.

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Library Changes Hours and Fees The Fairfax County Public Library will reduce its hours, increase fines and establish new fees as a result of a county decrease in revenues and a 15 percent cut to the library’s fiscal year (FY) 2010 budget. Changes took effect July 1, 2009.

Said Library Director Edwin “Sam” Clay III, “The budget cuts are going to be painful in many ways as yet unseen throughout the county, but the library will continue to offer county residents a state-of-art library system and an exceptionally knowledgeable and dedicated staff.”

All library branches, with the exception of Access Services which is located at the Government Center, will close earlier Monday through Thursday; regional branches will be open 1- 5 p.m. on Sunday. Here is the new schedule for community and regional libraries:

The Board of Trustees has also approved the following fines and established new fees; the new fees and fines went into effect beginning July 1:



Monday – Wednesday (all library branches)

10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, Friday (all library branches)

10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Saturday (all library branches)

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday (regional* branches 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. only)


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The daily charge for overdue materials is 30 cents for both adult and children's materials. A charge of $1 will be assessed to customers who do not have their library cards with them but would like to check out materials, place holds or conduct other transactions. A guest pass will be required ($2) for visitors, non library card holders or those who do not have their library cards with them to use the public computers. An additional policy change affected some customers July 1. The library accounts of customers who owe more than $15 or who have owed any amount for more than one year will be blocked; customers will not be able to place holds, check items out, renew items or use the public computers. The budget cuts have also required the library to eliminate more than 300 part-time positions, realign library staff and reduce expenditures on the collection in FY2010 by $1 million. Please visit the county’s web site at for information about the county budget. *regional branches include Centreville, Chantilly, City of Fairfax, George Mason, Pohick, Reston, Sherwood and Tysons-Pimmit.

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Ten Free Seminars for Family Caregivers from September through November Fairfax County’s Free Seminars for Family Caregivers series offers 10 events this fall to help family caregivers of older adults and adults with disabilities throughout the county. Speakers include experts in law, care management, finances, and community resources. People are welcome to attend one or all of the seminars. For more information, to register, or to request reasonable accommodations, go to aaa, e-mail, or call 703324-5205, TTY 703-449-1186. • Making Life Easier: Gadgets, Gizmos and Home Modifications • Legal Tools for Caregivers • Behavior as Communication in Alzheimer's Disease

Classified Advertising Somerset Montessori School – “For Our Love of Learning” Enrolling ages 2.5 – 6 years. New site open near Worldgate. Call Kathleen Logan, RN, Director at (703) 953-6487. Before and After School Care. Gr 1-6 FFX Co. Permit, walking distance from Oak Hill ES, transportation provided. Call 703-818-8335 or email Residential and commercial cleaning -MSC, LLC has been servicing the Washington metropolitan area for 20 years offering competitive rates and great references. Free estimate, (703)723-3850, A&S Home Improvement-Remodeling Bath/Kitchen, Ceramic floor/wall tile/Painting/Drywall/Electrical/ Plumbing/ Ceiling fans/raises light/more. Lic., Honest, Exp. Free estimates. (703)860-4734; cell (703) 944-3135. Almighty & Co—Painting Int/Ext, local references, drywall & rotten wood repair, power washing, wallpaper removal, mouldings. 26 years, family run. Call Carl at 703-378-5602 or cell 703-926-8700.

• Navigating the Medicaid Maze: Waivers, Eligibility and Documentation

School’s Back in Session

• Money Management Tips for Family Caregivers

• Drive carefully, es-

• Behavior as Communication in Alzheimer's Disease

pecially when children are present

• Financial Issues for Caregivers • Long Distance Caregiving • Managing the Emotions of Caregiving

• Do not pass a

stopped school bus • Remember, pedestrians always have the right-of-


• Does Mom Really Need to Move?

The complete list of seminars, with dates, times, and locations, can be found at news_press_releases/2009/0806-ten-free-seminars.htm.

KidWorks Need your lawn cut? Responsible 17 year old in Chantilly Highlands. Call Max at 703-471-0329.

September 2009

COMMITTEE INFO Board of Directors meets on the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM at the Community Center. Meetings are open, and all residents are welcome and encouraged to participate. To include a specific item on the agenda, please contact the Board President. Architectural Control Committee (ACC) meets monthly at the Community Center. Contact any ACC member or appropriate Board member if you have ACC questions or concerns. Chantilly Highlander newsletter welcomes your articles and community photos of specific events. Advertising questions and other information may be emailed to or mailed to the Editor at P.O. Box 710238, Oak Hill, VA, 20171. Civic Affairs Committee for comments or questions contact Jeff Parnes at; enroll in the Civic Affairs mail group at to receive related notices. Community Activities Committee organizes events for Chantilly Highlands families. The committee meets as events are scheduled, and chairpersons vary throughout the year. Interested residents should please contact a Board member. Community Facilities Committee (ComFac) meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30 PM at the Community Center regarding our swimming pool, tennis courts, playground, Community Center and its grounds. To become involved contact Jeff Boehlert at 703435-2836. Land Management Committee handles all issues that involve the common areas of our community, primarily lawn care and snow removal, meeting as needed. Contact Paul Thurneysen at 703-3181468 with questions or to help on the Land Management Committee.

Page 11 The Chantilly Highlander is a monthly publication which informs the community of upcoming events, committee meeting highlights and decisions, and provides a forum to communicate items of interest to your neighbors! Articles are reviewed (subject to editing), and published at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Published advertisement is accepted, however it is not considered an endorsement by the Board. Electronic submissions are encouraged via email; however, please also provide a “camera ready” printed copy for comparison if there are graphics or fonts (print styles) that must be maintained. Email address: (Include ‘Chantilly Highlander’ in the subject line so it is not deleted as spam) Mailing address: CHHA, c/o The Chantilly Highlander, P.O. Box 710238, Oak Hill, VA 20171 Please submit articles, advertising (with payment), and photos so they are RECEIVED by the 12th of each month for consideration in the next month’s issue: be sure to allow sufficient time for mail processing. Any non-profit notices will be included only if space allows—guaranteed placement must be paid advertising. Classified & KidWorks ad wording should be no more than 30 words and is subject to editing due to space constraints.

Advertising Rates:

KidWorks (Under 18 yrs) Classified Ad Business Card 3½”W x 2”H Quarter Page 3¼”W x 4½”H

Resident $ 3.00 $ 15.00 $ 30.00 $ 55.00

Non-Resident $ 10.00 $ 20.00 $ 50.00 $ 70.00

CUT OUT AND HANG BY YOUR PHONE FOR HANDY REFERENCE! When calling board or committee members, please be mindful that they are volunteers, with jobs and families, making sacrifices to serve our community. Try to contact the appropriate liaison or committee chair for the best response to a concern/question.

Chantilly Highlands Committees Architectural Control (ACC)

Carla Abbud 703-925-0949 Cindy DiPalma 703-471-1874 Brian Keagy 703-909-7698 Michelle Doucette See to the right Civic Affairs Jeffrey Parnes 703-904-0131 Community Ctr Rental Answering Machine 703-435-0736 Community Events Michelle Doucette Community Facilities Jeffrey Boehlert 703-435-2836 Database Administrator Greg Zilberfarb Garden Club OPEN OPEN Paul Thurneysen Land Management 703-318-1468 Imrana Umar Neighborhood Watch 703-471-4923 (see Comm Facilities) 703-435-2081 Pool House Phone Lori Manik Resale Packages 703-796-1061 Karin Johnston Swim Team Chair 703-437-5452 Steve Edwards Tennis Courts 703-742-3353 Greg Zilberfarb Webmaster 703-779-4890 Greg Zilberfarb Web Posting

2009 CHHA Board of Directors PRESIDENT Paul Thurneysen 703-318-1468 VICE PRESIDENT David Howlett 703-689-9840 TREASURER Michelle Doucette SECRETARY Mike Laverdure 703-481-4511 COMMUNITY FACILITIES Larry Miller 703-707-0891 LONG RANGE PLANNING Mike Laverdure 703-481-4511 ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL David Howlett 703-689-9840 NEWSLETTER, DATABASE & WEBSITE Greg Zilberfarb 703-779-4890 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH Imrana Umar 703-471-4923 COMMUNITY EVENTS LAND MGMT & CIVIC AFFAIRS

Paul Thurneysen 703-318-1468 BOARD MEMBER Brian Keagy 703-909-7698

Chantilly Highlands Homes Association P.O. Box 710238 Oak Hill, VA 20171


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