Latest from Vale Club's President:
Happy February everyone!
Vale Club has some great events lined up this month. Please take the time to read through our newsletter so you can plan your month around all the committee offerings. Feb. 13—pray for no snow or school delays—our general meeting will be run by Kathy Z. Kathy has lined up Langley High School’s choir to sing for us. It’s wonderful to see talented teens following their passions. Jim Lewis is planning another drive through Fairfax County history. This time his stories will wind us through Centreville. If you are interested, please contact Jim directly at email@example.com. During our January Board Meeting we were brainstorming something different and fun to celebrate the coming of Spring. We decided to bring back a super successful “Try That Dish” potluck event! This is your opportunity to try a recipe that you have folded away for another day. So, look through your recipe files, we all have them, and cook something new. Your opportunity for others to try that recipe will be at 12 noon, Wednesday, March 21, at the schoolhouse. Because this is a new activity for this year, we need a small committee to be the hostesses, make sure we have adequate paper products, table set up, and clean up. We will provide soft drinks, tea, and coffee. I volunteered to lead this social luncheon, and need a few ladies who can help me get it all right. Please contact me if you can spare a little time. Thanks so much.
Be happy and healthy,
Kim Stackman, President, Vale Club
Vale Club is dedicated to enriching the lives of women in the Vale community. Our goal is to provide our members with a variety of social, educational, and volunteer opportunities throughout the year. The majority of our members live within the Oakton community. We have multiple member activities each month, primarily scheduled from September through May, with a few Special Interest Groups meeting during the summer months ...s
Vale Schoolhouse, at the corner of Vale and Fox Mill Roads in Oakton, VA, was built c.1884 as a one-room public school. A second room was added in 1912. The school closed in 1931 when many Fairfax County schools were consolidated ...read more
Friends of Vale Schoolhouse, Inc. is Vale Clubs 501(C)3 charity for the maintenance and preservation of the historic Schoolhouse property which was placed on the VA Landmarks Register and the National Register ... read more