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Ashby Ponds 2013 Summer Olympics Come to a Close

Ashby Ponds 2013 Summer Olympics Come to a Close

The 5th annual sporting events saw participation from 150 residents at the community

(Ashburn, Va.) – Residents at Ashby Ponds recently participated in the community’s 5th annual Summer Olympics.  For a full week, residents participated in a variety of indoor and outdoor events resulting in the presentation of gold, silver, and bronze medals.  This year, 150 residents competed in the Summer Olympics, making for the largest participation rate in the community’s five-year history. 

From August 5th-12th, residents at Ashby Ponds competed in a walking relay, bocce, seated balloon volleyball, cornhole, Wii bowling, a sponge relay, water volleyball, Frisbee toss, ping pong, putting, and billiards.  Bocce, a new event this year, was played on the community’s brand new bocce courts just installed in July.  The events kicked off on August 5 with the running of the torch and came to

NICOLE ALVAREZ JOINS ALLERGY and ASTHMA and AFFILIATES of LEESBURG and GAINESVILLE

NICOLE ALVAREZ JOINS ALLERGY and ASTHMA and AFFILIATES of LEESBURG and GAINESVILLE

Nicole Alvarez, physician assistant, joined, locally renowned pediatric allergist, Srinagesh Paluvoi, M.D. in his Gainesville, Va. office. Call 703.729.8830 or visit www.vasneezers.com for more information.

“We are fortunate to have Nicole on our team; her patient care and clinical diagnose technique have been a great asset to our staff,” said Srinagesh Paluvoi, M.D., allergist and owner of Allergy and Asthma Affiliates of Leesburg and Gainesville, Va.

“I love children and never pass up a chance to engage with them…I love the opportunity to help alleviate their allergy symptoms,” said Nicole Alvarez, physician assistant at Allergy and Asthma Affiliates of Gainesville and Leesburg, Va. “Allergies can affect your daily routine and limit children’s activities, so when we can help diagnose and provide symptom relief, we provide peace of mind for both parents and children,” said Alvarez.

Harris Teeter & Washington Nationals Team Up with Loudoun Interfaith Relief to Fight Hunger

Harris Teeter & Washington Nationals Team Up with Loudoun Interfaith Relief to Fight Hunger

Donate Non-Perishable Foods at Loudoun County Harris Teeter Stores to benefit Loudoun Interfaith Relief

In partnership with the Washington Nationals, Loudoun County Harris Teeter stores are hosting a food drive to support Loudoun Interfaith Relief now through July 8, 2013.

Harris Teeter announced in May a $225,000 donation to its food bank partners, which includes Loudoun Interfaith Relief (LIR) and is hosting this food drive to help raise additional awareness for the problem of hunger. Donations made at Loudoun County Harris Teeter locations will benefit the people and families that LIR provides food to locally. Food collection bins will be placed in the Loudoun County Harris Teeter locations lobby for food donation.

Tigerlily Foundation's 2nd Annual Pink Boa 5k Run/Walk - Form a Team, Sponsor, Get Involved!

Tigerlily Foundation's 2nd Annual Pink Boa 5k Run/Walk - Form a Team, Sponsor, Get Involved!

 

The Tigerlily Foundation is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Pink Boa 5k Run/Walk, on September 15, 2013, at 8:00 a.m. at  Fairfax Corner. The race will start at the Fairfax Corner Pavilion, 11945 Grand Commons Avenue, Fairfax, Virginia. Registration is open, and participants can sign up as individuals or create teams.

LYME DISEASE SEASON IS HERE; TOP TEN TIPS TO PREVENT LYME DISEASE

LYME DISEASE SEASON IS HERE; TOP TEN TIPS TO PREVENT LYME DISEASE

Lyme disease season is prevalent in Northern Virginia and local immunologist, Dr. Srinagesh Paluvoi of Gainesville and Leesburg, Va. cautions his patients to be aware of Lyme disease symptoms and stresses top ten tips to help avoid exposure to tick bites. Call 703.729.8830 or visit www.vasneezers.com for more information.

“We see a lot more cases of tick bites and Lyme Disease in the summer, when more people have their skin exposed and are spending more time with outdoor activities,” said Srinagesh Paluvoi, M.D. of Gainesville and Leesburg, Va. “Prevention of Lyme disease is key, knowing what to look for, and more importantly, how to prevent the initial tick bite,” said Dr. Paluvoi.

Dr. Paluvoi recommends these top ten tips to help avoid tick bites, and if anyone experiences Lyme disease symptoms or has concerns about possible Lyme Disease, they should seek medical advice from a physician.

LYME DISEASE SEASON IS HERE; TOP TEN TIPS TO PREVENT LYME DISEASE

LYME DISEASE SEASON IS HERE; TOP TEN TIPS TO PREVENT LYME DISEASE

Lyme disease season is prevalent in Northern Virginia and local immunologist, Dr. Srinagesh Paluvoi of Gainesville and Leesburg, Va. cautions his patients to be aware of Lyme disease symptoms and stresses top ten tips to help avoid exposure to tick bites. Call 703.729.8830 or visit www.vasneezers.com for more information.

“We see a lot more cases of tick bites and Lyme Disease in the summer, when more people have their skin exposed and are spending more time with outdoor activities,” said Srinagesh Paluvoi, M.D. of Gainesville and Leesburg, Va. “Prevention of Lyme disease is key, knowing what to look for, and more importantly, how to prevent the initial tick bite,” said Dr. Paluvoi.

Dr. Paluvoi recommends these top ten tips to help avoid tick bites, and if anyone experiences Lyme disease symptoms or has concerns about possible Lyme Disease, they should seek medical advice from a physician.

LYME DISEASE SEASON IS HERE; TOP TEN TIPS TO PREVENT LYME DISEASE

LYME DISEASE SEASON IS HERE; TOP TEN TIPS TO PREVENT LYME DISEASE

Lyme disease season is prevalent in Northern Virginia and local immunologist, Dr. Srinagesh Paluvoi of Gainesville and Leesburg, Va. cautions his patients to be aware of Lyme disease symptoms and stresses top ten tips to help avoid exposure to tick bites. Call 703.729.8830 or visit www.vasneezers.com for more information.

“We see a lot more cases of tick bites and Lyme Disease in the summer, when more people have their skin exposed and are spending more time with outdoor activities,” said Srinagesh Paluvoi, M.D. of Gainesville and Leesburg, Va. “Prevention of Lyme disease is key, knowing what to look for, and more importantly, how to prevent the initial tick bite,” said Dr. Paluvoi.

Dr. Paluvoi recommends these top ten tips to help avoid tick bites, and if anyone experiences Lyme disease symptoms or has concerns about possible Lyme Disease, they should seek medical advice from a physician.