Amy Zang directs sailing camp.
It was 9:45 a.m. in early July, and Amy Zang, who lives in Del Ray, was checking in the 141 campers sitting on the lawn waiting for their week of sailing instruction at the Washington Sailing Marina.
KyReem Walton spent three seasons on the T.C. Williams varsity football team.
Carla Rollandini assists those in their “Golden Years.”
When she is not making her rounds and visiting sick patients and their families at the hospital, Carla Rollandini is working as a self-employed professional and began her endeavor of “Carla Care, Inc.” in 1993.
Hot off the presses, the latest “Best Hospital” survey by U.S. News and World Report magazine hit newsstands this month, and I’m proud to announce that Inova Alexandria Hospital is again ranked among the nation’s best for providing highly skilled inpatient care. U.S. News ranked us #6 among hospitals in the Washington metro area, #8 in Virginia and a high-performer in six areas of clinical care (health.usnews.com/best-hospitals).
Alexandria native James Milton Higgins died on July 7, 2014, after a hale and hearty 90 years of life.
David Vermont turns from legal briefs to a novel.
David Vermont, a workers compensation lawyer in Alexandria, never liked writing when he was younger. As a lawyer, writing 10 to 30 page briefs and proposals can be tedious. Now Vermont is also an author, with “The Last Confession of the Vampire Judas Iscariot” released in March and another book in the works.
Donald Burnette Beane, 62, died on Friday, July 4, 2014, in Alexandria after a month-long illness. Beloved husband of Candace Withers Beane and adored father of Elizabeth Parker Beane. He is survived by his father Glenn P. Beane and numerous cousins.
Karl W. Moritz has been appointed as acting director of Planning and Zoning for the City of Alexandria, effective July 7. Moritz succeeds Faroll Hamer, who is retiring.
Kerry Donley has joined John Marshall Bank’s team of banking leaders.
Play got its start and support from Little Theatre of Alexandria.
Sex, Drugs and Texas 1985 — What’s not to like? A lot if you’re abused, pregnant and still in high school. That pretty much sums up “About a Girl,” which is set in the fictionalized town of Highland, Texas, and dramatizes what happens when everything you have been taught about the world is challenged.
Deputy City Manager Michele R. Evans is retiring after three decades of service to the City of Alexandria, effective Aug. 1.
Area soccer coaches, players share 2014 World Cup viewing experiences.
Garza is among the local residents who have closely followed the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Elaine Shirley Miller Rosenberg, resident of Alexandria for 87 years died June 22, 2014. Born to Eva and Manny Miller, of Miller’s Hardware, and married to Jack Rosenberg, she is survived by sons Mark and Michael, daughter Penny of Pensacola, Fla., and brother, Sheldon Miller.
Local artists turn paper into art.
Combining antiqued sheets of music and type-faced book pages with vibrantly hued paper, artist Brook Mowrey creates three-dimensional works that range from crowns and ball gowns to dolls and floral dresses. Her work shows that the use of paper can be varied and diverse.
Decades of service on city boards, commissions and agencies.
If the city ever establishes an official position of Alexandria Amanuensis, 2014 Living Legends Converse “Connie” West would be a shoo-in for the job. He has documented and continues to record officially the business of numerous Alexandria organizations as their secretary. Currently, he is secretary of Agenda:Alexandria, the Holmes Run Park Committee (which he has also chaired), and the Alexandria Federation of Civic Associations.