Route 1 Dispatches: Preserving Historic Huntley and WPHS Artists Shine
A roundup of this week's top headlines from the Route 1 corridor.
From Huntington-Belle Haven Patch
Former West Potomac football coach Eric Henderson’s sons have transferred to Lake Braddock Secondary School and will play football for the Bruins this fall.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has found the $250,000 in its budget to continue funding the Fairfax County Police Department’s Marine Patrol unit.
From Fort Hunt Patch
Four West Potomac High School students will have their works of art displayed at the Workhouse Art Center’s 2012 Congressional Art Exhibition.
Historic Huntley has been restored to its original glory. It will open to the public on May 19.
From Mount Vernon Patch
Residents have joined forces to form Save Woodlawn Stables, a grassroots group dedicated to preserving Woodlawn Stables from the widening of Route 1.
Soccer field 5 at Grist Mill Park will be renamed in honor of Lt. Col. Gary F. Smith, who perished at the Pentagon in the September 11 attack. The ceremony will take place on Saturday at noon.