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STERLING LEADS JOB FAIR TURNOUT and Sterling Alert For All Parents and Children

March 29, 2012

STERLING LEADS JOB FAIR TURNOUT

Sterling Americans turned out in big numbers to the Sterling Job Fair. Employers and Job Fair organizers with the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce embraced our job-seeking neighbors and hosted them all day Wednesday.

I thanked the hosts and thanked the companies hiring and interviewing job seekers. They in turn expressed their appreciation for having so many applicants.

When asked where they heard about the job fair, Sterling Americans said "Eugene Delgaudio sent me a postcard" and comprised the largest contingent at the event.

This was an upbeat opportunity to help promote employment for my constituents and my hope is that the best outcome for Sterling Americans who came to the Sterling Job Fair is for them to get a job and stay in prosperity in Sterling.


NEXT JOB FOR STERLING APRIL 2

Please take a minute to tell another neighbor about this. If you are a member of the news media please reconsider running another soft piece on weather or bashing a religious issue or lottery winner. Please promote this job fair. Its okay to admit that we all can do better to help our fellow Sterling Americans and Loudoun residents.

Getting a job for someone and responding to an employer BEGGING for employers does everybody a favor. The company makes money with filled employee positions, pays more taxes and our neighbors earn food and pay their taxes.

Thank you to Congressman Frank Wolf for sponsoring this much needed job fair. It makes a big difference to Sterling and to all who attend and the agencies that are there hiring Sterling Americans are to be thanked also.


CONGRESSMAN WOLF'S JOB FAIR FOR STERLING
MONDAY APRIL 2 10:30 A.M. TO 1:30 P.M.


Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10th) will host a free Job Fair on April 2 in Loudoun County. It will be from 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. at Harper Park Middle School, just off Route 7 east of Leesburg.

Here is a partial list of companies participating:

American Systems AXA Advisors Cox Communications Cubic Corp

George Washington University Janelia Farm Medical Research Institute

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

MAIS Serco Inc. STG Inc. Synteras Telos Corp

Thermo Fisher Scientific U.S. Secret Service Virginia State Police

For more information about the job fair or how a company or can be included, contact Wolf's Herndon office at (703) 709-5800. There is no charge to for companies to participate.


Sterling Alert For All Parents and Children

On Monday, March 26 at 1500 hrs. (3 p.m.EST) West Meadowland Lane/Middleton Lane in the Mirror Ridge precinct off of Sugarland Run Drive a "Suspicious Event" occurred:

A 14-year-old female was walking home with a friend after being dropped off by a school bus in the area of the listed location.

The two split up and the 14-year-old reported that as she was on a walking path in the area of Biscayne Court when an unknown male walked up behind her and pulled her right arm. The teenager pulled away and ran towards her home. The suspect is believed to have fled on foot. He was described as a possible Hispanic male, approximately 30-years-old, and was wearing a dark colored hoodie, and blue jeans.

The area was canvassed and residents of area homes were interviewed. No further suspect information was obtained.


Lyme Run May 6th

Lyme 5K on May 6th at the Conference Center. Last year there were over 350 runners from all over the county and this year is going to be even bigger.

http://www.loudounlyme.org/


Delegate Bob Marshall submits petitions for Va. GOP Senate primary

Virginia state Delegate Robert G. Marshall, Prince William Republican, announced Thursday that he filed more than 17,100 petition signatures with the Virginia State Board of Elections to qualify for the June 12th GOP primary ballot in this year's U.S. Senate race.

Former Sen. George Allen and tea party activist Jamie Radtke delivered their petitions at noon on March 12 - the earliest candidates could submit signatures. Mr. Allen, a frequent visitor to Sterling, collected 26,869 signatures and Ms. Radtke had more than 21,000 signatures.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/mar/28/marshall-submits-petitions-va-gop-senate-primary/


STERLING PLAYMAKERS ODD COUPLE APRIL 13-APRIL 21

The Sterling Playmakers are hosting "both versions", male and female of the Odd Couple April 13 to April 21 at the Theater at Sterling Middle School on Holly Avenue in Sterling. There are 8 productions at 3p.m. or 8 p.m. go to sterlingplaymakers.com or call 703-437-6117 now before they are sold out.


Sheriff Chapman Protecting Our Youth
Ten Stores Sell to Underage Buyers During Joint LCSO & VAABC Operation

A joint operation conducted by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Community Resource Unit and special agents from the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control saw 10 area stores sell alcohol to an underage buyer.

The underage alcohol sales operation was conducted March 21st and visited 40 stores with two underage volunteers in the Dulles South and University Station areas of Loudoun County.

Sterling Residents Encouraged to Attend Upcoming Quarterly Meeting
Tuesday April 17, 2012

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office will hold a public safety meeting for the Sterling and Eastern Loudoun Station area of Loudoun County Tuesday, April 17, 2012.

The quarterly public safety meeting is part of the agency's effort to better utilize resources, while at the same time providing a higher level of service to county residents. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at Sterling's Sheriff's Station located at 46620 East Frederick Drive in Sterling (adjacent to Rolling Ridge Elementary School).


Sterling Sheriff's Station to Hold Second Annual Open House May 19

Sterling Sheriff's substation will hold its second annual open-house on Saturday, May 19, 2012 from 11AM to 3PM.

Sterling residents will meet Sheriff Mike Chapman and the new commander of the Sterling Station, Captain Alan Gabrielli, and other members of the Sterling Station staff, take a guided tour of the facility, and view Loudoun County Sheriff's Office displays. Light refreshments will be provided.

In addition, this year several area high schools will be participating in the open house. Park View High School, Band Department will have a portion of their band playing music throughout the event. Dominion High School will have their Step-Team perform and Potomac Falls, Art Department will have several students on hand for face painting.


The Sterling Sheriff's Substation is located at 46620 East Frederick Drive in Sterling (adjacent to Rolling Ridge Elementary School). Along with Sterlingfest and the Knights of Columbus parade, this is fast becoming a spectacular and historic annual event.


Sheriff Chapman Celebrates Saint Patrick's Day in Sterling Last week

Sobriety Checkpoint: The Loudoun County Sheriff's held a sobriety checkpoint on last Saturday, St. Patrick's Day at theS. Sterling Blvd./E. Maple Ave. in Sterling. 324 vehicles passed through the checkpoint, eight drivers were further screened. No drivers were charged with DUI. Four drivers were charged with driving on a suspended license, seven drivers were charged with driving without a license, and one driver was found to be wanted on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear.

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