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2016 GCA Scholarship Award

We are now accepting applications for the 2016 GCA scholarship award.  If you are a Greenbriar student who is a resident or whose parents/guardians are residents and current members of the GCA, you are eligible for a $2,500 scholarship grant.  We require proof of acceptance to or current enrollment in an accredited college, university or vocational/technical school, including online institutions.  Please check the Gr
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Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, March 19, 2016, 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m

The Greenbriar Civic Association’s 21st Annual Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Greenbriar residents will be held in Greenbriar Commons Park (next to the Greenbriar Pool on Point Pleasant Drive).  The hunt will take place rain or shine and will start promptly at 1 p.m.  Children age 2 through third grade and their parents are invited to enjoy the festivities.  Bring your basket and camera!  Volunteers to help set
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Greenbriar Community Spring Cleanup Day, Saturday, April 2, 9 a.m.-12 noon

Calling all volunteers for our annual community cleanup, sponsored by the Greenbriar Civic Association.  Volunteers will meet at Greenbriar Commons Park (next to the Greenbriar Pool on Point Pleasant Drive).  Rain date is Saturday, April 9.  Don’t forget to bring a hat, gloves and sunscreen.  Please contact Sandy Williams at 703-378-6984 to sign up and for more information.
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Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, Saturday, April 9, 2016, 6:30 p.m.

Enjoy this delectable night of mystery, intrigue and laughter at P.J. Skidoos in Fairfax.  Presented by GFWC Western Fairfax County Woman’s Club and Murder Mysteries Will Travel as a fundraiser for the club’s Chantilly High School Scholarship fund.  Reservations required.  Please visit www.wfcwc.org for more information and to purchase tickets.
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GCA News


GCA News April 2016

As I near the end of my third and final year as GCA president, I look back on where we started and where we’re at in achieving the goals I set forth when taking over the reins from my predecessor, Emerson Cale. I knew I had a tough act to follow given Emerson’s longevity and record of achievement in the community. I feel proud that, as I stated when I began, “the wheels have not fallen off.” In fact, we have achieved
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GCA News March 2016

It goes without saying that I was somewhat off in my last column on the prospect for a continued mild winter. Greenbriar took a big hit from the January snowstorm. Proudly, we did not succumb to what turned out to be a historic weather event. The plows took over immediately, whether VDOT’s subcontractors or a volunteer’s truck with a blade. Neighbors chipped in to help each other out in whatever way they could. Botto
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GCA News February 2016

I truly enjoyed meeting many residents at the GCA Christmas party at the Cale Community Center in December. It was a joyous holiday season that, fortunately, was devoid of snow and ice. Hopefully, our luck will hold and we can keep the snow shovels in our garages. It is now time to concentrate on other matters moving ahead. My time during the holiday season was consumed by trying to bring in a successful 2015-16 memb
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GCA News December 2015

A heartfelt thanks and holiday best wishes to all who have worked tirelessly over the past year to contribute to the Greenbriar community. There are too many people to mention without omitting some deserving individuals. If you’ve been reading my column regularly or have worked with me, you know I have hinged my personal success as GCA President on the success, and follow through, of those who have been willing to “s
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