From the Director, External Communications Greg Licamele, Fairfax County Government Agency
We may not live in Tornado Alley but last week's confirmed tornado in Reston is a frightening reminder that they can and do happen here. Were you in the area when the tornado hit? Did you receive the warning and know to seek shelter immediately? Make sure you're not caught off guard when a tornado warning is issued. Learn more about how to stay safe when there's another tornado warning in the county, including in a home, tall building, outside and more: http://bit.ly/2UTG9b6
We welcome anyone who would like to do our Pine Ridge Newsletter. We would like to publish it about 3-4 times a year, or if you like, monthly. Currently, there is no one in this position, so your volunteering would help greatly. Many times people will send you articles to put into the newsletter. Contact President@pineridgecivicassociation.org for more details and to volunteer for this position.
Having problems with the deer eating everything in your yard? Who would have thought Irish Spring bar soap? The directions I've found are: chop it up in your blender (or CAREFULLY shave it with a knife) and sprinkle it AROUND (not in) your flower bed area.
Flu shots will be provided by the Fairfax County Health Department. The cost is $25 and Medicare Part B is accepted. To ensure adequate supply of vaccines available, please register with Connolly’s District Office at 703-256-3071 or 703-256-3071
Your help is needed to keep our membership current. Most of the work is already done. Contact President@PineRidgeCivicAssociation.org to volunteer for this position.