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Missing Teen in Sterling

August 7, 2006

am writing to ask that you set aside Tuesday, August 29 from 7p.m. to
9 p.m. for a special fundraising event at Glory Days Grill. I will get
you more details later.

Tonight I am writing to remind you about "Free Legal Help" Tuesday
night, that MEDICAL shots are being provided free and there is a missing
girl in the Sterling Area.

>>>Free Lawyer Consultations, *TUESDAY*, 6-8 P.M.

Sterling residents may consult with lawyers free of charge during a
special call-in program on TUESDAY (NOT MONDAY as I reported earlier)
Aug. 8, between 6 and 8 p.m. at the Falls Church law office of Reed
Smith LLP.

"No Bills Night," which is sponsored by the Young Lawyers' Conference of
the Virginia State Bar, will offer individuals free, confidential,
10-minute telephone consultations with lawyers. Callers may ask the
attorneys questions on any legal matter. The phone number for the public
service event is 703-641-4200.

>>>>Special Saturdays for Students: Clinics Scheduled in August
>> Shots are Free If Required.

Beginning this year, all public school students entering 6th grade will
be required to have received Boostrix, the new tetanus, diphtheria, and
pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine for children between the ages of 10
and 18 years, if it has been at least 5 years since the last tetanus
containing vaccine. Boostrix does not contain preservatives and is
thimerosal free.

To help children receive all their required immunizations prior to the
start of the school year, the Loudoun County Health Department will be
administering Boostrix, along with other required immunizations from
9:00 a.m.-12 noon every Saturday in August at the Shenandoah Building
clinic, located in the WalMart Shopping Center at 102 Heritage Way,
N.E., Leesburg.

I was told today by Dr. Goodfriend, the director of Loudoun County
Health:"The shots are free if they are required for admission to school.
If not required, there is a charge."


The Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating a
missing Sterling teenager.

Sabra Kaitlyn Mcnally is a 16-year-old White female who left her home in
the Ashcroft Terrace area of Sterling on her own volition. She is
described as being 5'4", 120 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. She
was last seen on August 1st.

The Ashcroft Terrace area is just off Cascades Parkway near Algonquian Park.

A color photograph of Sabra Kaitlyn Mcnally is posted on the Sheriff's

Anyone with information on her whereabouts should contact Investigator
C. Perinis at 703-777-0475 or after hours contact the 24-hour dispatch
line at (703) 777-1021.

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