Economic Future of Prince William County
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Below is a message that went out earlier today from the Dar al Noor Mosque and Muslim Association of Virginia regarding the slaughter in Orlando.
Although I am a Unitarian Christian, I consider this mosque to be my mosque and church. The many folks that I have met through Dar al Noor are indeed people of peace and work hard to bring our community together.
Dar al Noor Islamic Community Center and Dar as Salaam Islamic Community Center of Muslim Association of Virginia, Inc. mourn the loss of lives and suffering of the victims of mass shootings in Orlendo, FL. We are deeply saddened and shocked by this tragedy. This is a crime against humanity; MAV condemns in the strongest term such monstrous attack.
As responsible Americans, as contributing community members, people at MAV stands firm against killing of any human lives and unequivocally rejects this cowardly acts.
We stand with the victims of this senseless act of violence and mourn with the families of the victims and pray for their ease and comfort during this time of difficulty.
We reiterate our commitment to work together with our interfaith, public policy and law enforcement partners to combat violence and extremism in all of its forms. At MAV, we have open policy of welcoming people of all faiths and and working with the law enforcement agencies. We thank local, state and federal law enforcement officials for their vigilance and dedication in stopping the perpetrators from doing further harm.
We believe our mosques, churches, synagogues, temples and other public centers of worship in the United States of America are the greatest defense against fringe and extremist ideologies, and they must be protected and secure to do their work for the benefit of our nation. We further believe that the successful engagement of American Muslim communities with our national, state and local public policy and law enforcement leadership must continue to grow and be mutually strengthened for the benefit of current and future generations of all Americans. ... See MoreSee Less
PWCPolitics.com shared Prince William Conservation Alliance's event.
Rural Crescent Community Forum -- July 6th
Jeanine Lawson, Supervisor, Brentsville District
Mike May, former Supervisor, Occoquan District
Charlie Grymes, Chairman, PW Conservation Alliance
Learn how the Rural Crescent promotes farming and farm markets, spurs redevelopment in the Route 1 corridor, and why “sewering the green” would increase property taxes countywide. Join the conversation, bring your questions and ideas.
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Rural Crescent Community Forum
Old Manassas Courthouse
Speakers Jeanine Lawson, Supervisor, Brentsville District Mike May, former Supervisor, Occoquan District Charlie Grymes, Chairman, PW Conservation Alliance Learn how the Rural Crescent promotes farming and farm markets, spurs redevelopment in the Route 1 corridor, and why “sewering the green” would increase property taxes countywide. Join the conversation, bring your questions and ideas. QUESTIONS & RSVP (not required) to email@example.com, 703.490.5200
Summer Kickoff! Ice Cream Sundae Bar! Manassas City Leader Updates
9036 Sudley Rd., Manassas -- Home of Xiao-Yin Byrom (Tang's Alterations)
FREE! Ice cream treats -- with local folks and your Mayor, Manassas City Council and Community Leaders! When you think of Summer; do you think of ice cream with all the toppings or plain, boring vanilla? Whatever you choose, we should have it at our hot weather kickoff! Xiao-Yin Byrom and Kenny Loveless are hosting an evening at Ms. Byrom's beautiful home for a Manassas City GOP Update. Bring family and friends for some FREE creamy ice cream with fresh fruit, nuts, fudge, sprinkles and plenty of syrups and toppings. Speakers: Mayor Hal Parrish, Manasas City Council Candidate Theresa Coates Ellis, Vice Mayor Jon Way, Councilman Ian Lovejoy and Russell Harrison who is seeking the City Treasurer nomination -- plus special guests too. Updates on the Manassas City happenings and important information about the upcoming election. Please RSVP. Plenty of parking in rear. Sponsor: Tangs Alterations, Manassas Paid and Authorized by City of Manassas Republican Committee.