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|Re-Dedication Ceremony - Jeff Simpson Community and Cultural Arts Center||Wednesday September 14th, 2016|
On Friday, September 9th 2016, the Town of Dumfries held a Re-Dedication ceremony, naming their Community Center the Jeff Simpson Community and Culural Arts Center. The center was named after Jeff Simpson, a member of the Squad who tragically lost his life on Spetember 11th 2001 during the attacks on the World Trade Center. Chief Steve Chasin and Life Member Nancy Kenny both made comments during the ceremony, along with Mayor Foreman, Former Mayor Brown, Father John O'Connor and Diane Simpson Java.
|Blood Drive Successful||Thursday May 12th, 2016|
We are pleased to share with everyone that we had a very successful blood drive on Saturday April 30th. The Red Cross was able to get 21 units from our drive and that is considered a successful event.
Pictures available here
|Blood Drive -- April 30th 2016||Friday March 18th, 2016|
We are pleased to announce that D-TRS is hosting a blood drive on from in the Bingo Hall at Station 3R. If you would like to donate please go to the redcross.org website and sign up under our event.
|Funeral for Officer Ashley Guindon Tuesday||Monday February 29th, 2016|
A funeral for Officer Ashley Guindon will be held Tuesday at noon at Hylton Memorial Chapel in Woodbridge.
Guindon, 28, was fatally wounded responding to a domestic dispute in Woodbridge on Saturday. The suspect’s wife, Crystal Hamilton, was also killed. Two other officers were wounded, and are recovering at Inova Fairfax Hospital.A viewing for Guindon will be held at 10 a.m. at the chapel, followed by a service at noon.
The public is welcome to attend, but if there are space limitations, priority will be given to fellow law enforcement and government officials, police said in a news release.
The chapel is at 14640 Potomac Mills Road in Woodbridge.
|March is Flood Awareness Month||Monday February 29th, 2016|
Protect Your Family & Home From Flooding
The Department of Public Works urges property owners and residents to take precautions against potential flood hazards in Prince William County. Residents of flood hazard areas can take several steps to safeguard their families and property when flooding occurs.
Steps to Take During Flood Conditions
• Heed all flood warnings.
Steps to Take Before Flood Conditions Occur
2. Protect your property
The Virginia Department of Transportation takes care of storm drains in the street. You may call them at 703-366-1900.