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SALON DANIEL RAISES MORE THAN $3,000 for BECKY’s FUND

SALON DANIEL RAISES MORE THAN $3,000 for BECKY’s FUND

SALON DANIEL RAISES MORE THAN $3,000 for BECKY’s FUND
McLean Salon Silent Auction Donates to Domestic/Dating Violence Prevention Campaign

 Salon Daniel of McLean, Va., the premiere hair salon sponsor for the upcoming Becky’s Fund “Walk This Way” Fashion Show, raised more than $3,000 at their silent auction/20 year-anniversary party. All monies go toward Becky’s Fund, a non-profit organization focused on domestic and dating violence awareness and education. For more information call 703-893-5000 or visit www.salondaniel.com.

Salon Daniel Celebrates 20 Years: Red-Carpet Auctions to Help Cancer Schmancer and Becky's Fund

Salon Daniel Celebrates 20 Years: Red-Carpet Auctions to Help Cancer Schmancer and Becky's Fund

SALON DANIEL CELEBRATES 20 YEARS in MCLEAN:
 HOSTS RED-CARPET AUCTIONS to HELP BECKY’s FUND
and FRAN DRESCHER’s CANCER SCHMANCER

McLean Salon Sat., Sept. 24 to Auction Off a Day on ‘Happily Divorced’ Set with Fran Drescher

This Weekend: BETHESDA ROW Hosts Its SUMMER SIDEWALK SALE

This Weekend: BETHESDA ROW Hosts Its SUMMER SIDEWALK SALE

Markdowns and Restaurant Specials Make Fun for the Entire Family

WHO:  Bethesda Row, downtown Bethesda’s premiere shopping, dining, and lifestyle destination announces it’s summer sidewalk sale.

WHAT: Featuring markdowns and specials from Bethesda Row favorites like Luna, Urban Country, Ginger, Lebanese Taverna, Equinox and more, the sidewalk sale offers patrons an opportunity to shop and dine on a dime on the outdoor pedestrian cobblestone walkway know as “the row” and it’s surrounding area. Shoppers can also enter to win a $200 gift certificate by going to http://bethesdarow.com/events/sidewalk-sale and filling out the entry for that is linked.

A complete list of participating vendors and their deals is attached below.

WHEN: Friday, July 22nd and Saturday, July 23rd all day.

Tonight: Leesburg Vintner Celebrates Renovations With Grand Re-Opening Ribbon Cutting

Tonight: Leesburg Vintner Celebrates Renovations With Grand Re-Opening Ribbon Cutting

From the Town of Leesburg – At 6:00 pm, on Thursday, July 21, 2011, Town of Leesburg officials will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand re-opening of the Leesburg Vintner, located at 29 South King Street in Historic Downtown Leesburg.  Vice Mayor Kevin D. Wright will officiate.

Mike Carroll, owner of Leesburg Vintner, has refurbished the interior of his shop, increased his beer and gourmet foods selection, and plans to host more beer and wine tastings.  On the shelves, the store features a vast selection of wines, along with gourmet cheeses, meats, chutneys and snacks; much of which is produced locally.  Leesburg Vintner has also partnered with Fortessa, a Loudoun-based fine tableware company, to offer their wine glasses, decanters and other products.

The grand re-opening celebration will feature a tasting of Virginia wines.

Introducing Loudoun County's First Distillery Since Prohibition

Introducing Loudoun County's First Distillery Since Prohibition

 

Starting July 1st you can pick up your bottles of whiskey and gin for this Fourth of July weekend at the family owned and operated Catoctin Creek Distillery. Scott and Becky Harris have run this mom and pop distillery since February 2009, but they have not been able to sell their bottles of alcohol at their distillery….until tomorrow.

“Starting tomorrow we can start to sell bottles here at the distillery. We had to change the law so that we could do that,” said Scott Harris.

Prior to Catoctin Creek, Becky was a chemical engineer, and Scott worked in government IT and computer science. Now the couple produces certified organic whiskey, gin, brandy and liqueurs from scratch by their own hands all the way from mashing to bottling.

Leesburg Expands Tax and Utility Bill Payment Options For Residents

Leesburg Expands Tax and Utility Bill Payment Options For Residents

From the Town of Leesburg – The Town of Leesburg’s Finance Department recently made changes to the payment options available for residents to pay tax and utility bills.  These changes are part of the department’s ongoing efforts to improve customer service through technology enhancements.

The Town now offers an automatic bill pay option for water and sewer bills.  Customers can download an ACH debit agreement form from the Town’s website at www.leesburgva.gov/index.aspx?page=267.  The completed form must be submitted via mail or in person with an attached voided check.  Once effective, the customer’s quarterly bill amount will be automatically deducted from their account ten days prior to the bill’s due date.