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Please join us at the Sterling Community Center (map in the website footer) at 7 p.m. January 9, 2018.
The new Board of Directors will confirm officer positions and embark on our projects for the year: scholarships, mowing & boulevard maintenance, and SterlingFest!
The Sterling Historical, Heritage and Preservation Committee (SHHPC) Presents the first of a 3-part lecture series taking place on Wednesday, December 13th, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM at the Sterling Library, located at the Safeway Plaza off Sterling Blvd. Come out and listen to a casual couch style conversation with several of Sterling’s original residents. Before there was Sterling Park this was a farming community with an airport sitting in the middle of cow fields. Hear all about life in Old Sterling before the suburban development of eastern Loudoun County and what folks did to live, work and entertain themselves. It certainly has changed! The moderator of the conversation is local journalist Mark Gunderman who will ask questions of the participants as well as take questions from the audience.
Please don’t forget to renew your membership and vote for your Board of Directors!
You can bring the ballot to our annual membership meeting this Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 7:00pm at the Sterling Community Center or send it via email to:
If you don’t have a membership form or ballot, you can find them at
Thanks for your continued support!
Please join us for the quarterly Sterling Boulevard Cleanup from 9:00 a.m. to Noon on Saturday, November 4.
All participants should come to BRIAR PATCH PARK (located along Sterling Blvd. between Charlotte St. and Frederick Dr.) at 8:45 a.m. to receive orange bags, safety vests, and instructions. Please bring work gloves!
In case of inclement weather, the cleanup will be postponed until Saturday, November 11.
This service project is organized by the not-for-profit Sterling Foundation to preserve the beauty of the community. For more information, contact Kevin Chroninger at 703-406-7749.
We sent out a Newsletter Update/correction:
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Old Sterling Wheelwright Shop on Ruritan Circle now serves as a storage facility
2018 mowing bids will be open in mid-late January.
Rough mowing schedule:
We encourage anyone concerned about this to become a member, which costs only $20 annually per family.