October 14 FCA Meeting: School Board Vice Chair
Arlington School Board Vice Chair Barbara Kanninen will be the featured speaker at FCA’s virtual monthly meeting on October 14. The meeting will be live streamed on FCA’s Facebook page and residents can submit questions through the chat function. The meeting begins at 7 pm.
Fairlington 5K Goes Virtual
The Fairlington 5K race and auction, originally scheduled for April 2020, has gone virtual. The race will kick off Saturday, October 3. Participants will have one week
to complete the challenge on their own and will be encouraged to submit their times via an app and share their support for Ellie McGinn, the Abingdon Elementary student with a rare disease who inspired the race, on social media. For more information on how to register go to www.Fairlington5K.com or email bfrigola at gmail.com.
All Fairlington Bulletin
Read the October 2020 All Fairlington Bulletin.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
Through an outreach program from the Arlington County Department of Human Services (DHS), FCA has acquired resuable cloth masks, intended for vulnerable populations. Please contact your condo association board or FCA Board Director, Chris Weathers at 703-402-4648 for more information or whether you would like to receive one.
Do you or a neighbor need help getting groceries or other items? There are Fairlingtonians that are ready to help. Please email your request to: vp at fca-fairlington.org or call FCA’s general number: 571-403-1943. Someone will be checking regularly and will follow-up.
Have COVID related questions concerns beyond neighbor to neighbor help? Call Arlington County’s COVID hotline: 703-228-7999. (Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.).
What is the Fairlington Citizens Association?
The Fairlington Citizens Association (FCA) is about you. All residents are members and an executive board is elected annually. The FCA’s mission is to promote activities that make Fairlington a better community in which to live by serving as a forum for discussion of residents’ concerns and by representing Fairlington’s views to local government.