There is no need to have that old non-functioning grill sitting around your house! Bring it to the Orange Hunt Elementary School parking lot between 8 a.m. and noon on Saturday, September 30, 2017 for our our Big Item Drop-Off.
Aside from that old BBQ grills you may also drop-off other large items, that can’t just be put out on the curb for trash pick up.
Orange Hunt Estates and Winston Knolls Civic Associations are sponsoring this free event with assistance from Fairfax County assistance for community residents only.
We will once again hold our community wide yard sale together with the Winston Knolls community Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Your trash may be your neighbor’s treasure. So come out treasure hunting or take up the opportunity to declutter your own home!
A big thank you to Jen and Ben Miller for organizing our 2017 Fourth of July Parade.The Springfield Connection wrote an outstanding article in their weekly paper, read the full article here.
It was a huge success and thoroughly enjoyed by the local politicians and residents. Fairfax Supervisors’ Chairman, Sharon Bulova, Springfield District Supervisor, Pat Herrity, State Senator Dave Marsden, Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn and Lolita Mancheno-Smoak who is running for the Delegate position of the 42nd District attended walking and passing out greetings to residents.
Boy scouts and girl scouts walked sporting their flags and uniforms. Swim clubs participated and countless residents with bikes, strollers and red, white and blue decorations.
The weather was super and we celebrated at the end with ice cream gathered by Winston Knolls, our partner civic association. Giant Food made contributions with the ice cream.
We also thank all of the volunteers who made the parade down Sydenstricker possible. Volunteers make our communities great!
Patty Kimmel (OHECA President)