City Celebrates 271st Birthday Virtually — My favorite event of each year is gathering with 30,000 of my closest friends to celebrate Alexandria’s birthday. This year, it is not to be, but join us for our virtual celebration with our Poet Laureate, Alexandria Symphony Orchestra & more. Happy 271st Alexandria!” [Facebook]
Beyer Rebukes White House for Statement on Fauci — “From the moment this pandemic started the White House spent more time attacking Trump’s perceived enemies and massaging his fragile ego than they did listening to scientists, developing a testing strategy, figuring out how to safely reopen schools, or strengthening the response.” [Twitter]
Local Clubs Gives $44K in Scholarships — “This year, the Kiwanis Club awarded $44,000 to 17 local students. Kiwanis, a volunteer-run nonprofit organization that supports the youth of Alexandria, sponsors three Key Clubs at Edison, T.C. Williams, and R.E. Lee High Schools.” [Zebra]
Virtual Career Fair on Wednesday — “Employers and job seekers will have the opportunity to network via chat rooms, private chats and video chats. Job seekers will be able to apply and interview for jobs.” [City of Alexandria]
Virtual Black Lives Matter on Wednesday — “Virtual Discussion with Councilman Chapman with Alexandria Youth about Black Lives Matter.” [City of Alexandria]
New Job: Bartender — “Fine dining concept searching for a part-time and/or full time bartender.” [Indeed]
ALXnow is heading into another long weekend with Fourth of July on Monday. The big stories this week involved back-and-forths over city policy, from a new conditional height increase to…
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Alexandria City Public Schools expects its interim superintendent to serve for the entire 2022-2023 school year, according to a new job listing for the position. “It is anticipated that this…