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Living Legends of Alexandria 2018 Meet the Legends Reception

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Center for Design, Media & The Arts

3301 Netherton Drive

Alexandria, VA 22311

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February 14, 2018: Please note the official address for the Center for Design, Media & The Arts is 3301 Netherton Drive Alexandria, VA 22311. 5000 Dawes Avenue Alexandria, Va 22311 is located directly across from the Center for Design, Media & The Arts and can still be used for GPS navigation to the event. Please visit our website at https://alexandrialegends.org/2018-meet-the-legends-reception-everything-you-need-to-know-here/ for a map of the campus and all information pertaining to the event.

Please join us as we recognize the living history of nine legendary people and their work in the City of Alexandria

Charlie Euripides who focused his time and efforts to support veterans organizations and provided employment and guidance to young immigrants.

Lori Morris is a founding member ACT’s board of directors and was involved in the creation of Spring2Action, and committed significant resources to programs for Alexandria’s low-income children.

Ann and Rick Dorman applied their non-profit consulting and event planning expertise to revitalize First Night Alexandria beginning in 2001, resulting in the participation by thousands of visitors and hundreds of performers.

Sherry Wilson Brown's selfless advocacy has brought local art to public spaces in leadership positions with, Alexandria Arts Forum, Alexandria Performing Arts Association, and MetroStage, the Alexandria Arts Festival, and led Agenda:Alexandria.

Gwendolyn Hubbard Lewis created and led programs that mentor middle school children and engages parents in their children's education.

Jason Ellis founded a nonprofit that created a series of original musicals as an arts mechanism to educate, enrich and empower the lives of low-income youth.

Marion Moon creates educational and personal growth opportunities that have helped countless young underserved young people of Alexandria.

Florence King educates and guides low income residents of Alexandria on how to escape debt, regain credit, and develop financial literacy.

Doors open at 6pm with the recognition of legends to follow promptly. A reception will follow with refreshments and light fare as well as the opportunity to meet the legends. Parking is available on site. Please contact Brian Story (bcstory@vt.edu) with any questions regarding the purchase of tickets for large groups or technical support with using Eventbrite.


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What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There will be several parking options available. Please visit our website, alexandrialegends.org and keep an eye on our facebook page as March 15 draws closer for more information.

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Center for Design, Media & The Arts

3301 Netherton Drive

Alexandria, VA 22311

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