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Fitness Together Grand Re-Opening

The Boro and Tysons Central are on a competing track, with both projects about 60 percent done.

Photo credit: Aerial Photography by Duane Lempke, Sisson Studios

Winter Coat Drive: Warming Hearts and Homeless

In the spirit of giving, the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project (DCMP) partnered with Capital Rail Constructors (CRC) to support the annual Winter Coat Donation Drive sponsored by Fairfax Supervisor Cathy Hudgins and the non-profit Cornerstones.

Together DCMP and CRC donated approximately 200 coats and 50 winter accessories.  These items go to local, unsheltered adults and children to help prevent frostbite, hypothermia and illness. During winter, the homeless population is at a higher risk of suffering these symptoms than most.  With temperatures reaching as low as 7°F, a warm coat and a thick scarf can save a life!

Supervisor Hudgins’ office will be accepting coats through March 8, 2018.  If you are interested in donating or know someone in need, please visit the Hunter Mill headquarters.

Pictured at top:  Amanda Scarangella (left) and Leslie Pereira (right) pose with the coats and winter accessories donated by the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project and Capital Rail Constructors.

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