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Gale Curcio

Gale Curcio

Gale Curcio was a reporter and editor with the Connection Newspapers for eight years. She has spent the past four years doing development, marketing and communications for non-profit organizations. Active in the Alexandria community, Gale is involved with several local Chambers and does volunteer work for United Community Ministries.

Articles By Gale Curcio

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Alexandria Chamber Revs up for 2011
Jan 26,2011

Having a baby boy in December hasn’t stopped Alexandria Chamber of Commerce President Tina Leone from continuing full speed ahead with Chamber initiatives. Leone continues to run the Chamber with a firm and steady hand, presiding over increasing membership and successful events.

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AROUND TOWN/Holiday Office Parties, at Full Throttle
Dec 21,2010

Holiday parties are in full swing, and all signs point to office parties being on the rise this year. Prudential Carruthers Realtors and Realtor Becky Arnold held the opening reception of Once Upon a Time Fantastical-Magical-Nostalgic-Re-imaginings by the Del Ray Artisans on Wednesday, Dec.

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AROUND TOWN/That Wondrous Time of the Year
Dec 16,2010

The Holiday "silly season" is now in full bore, leaving so many events, so little time. That was the case last Thursday when Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille had to choose between the Merry Membership Reception put on by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce and the Carson Scholars Fund Gala thrown by his good friend Dr. Roy Heron.

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More Scenes from Scottish Christmas Walk
Dec 10,2010

They came in kilts, they reveled in the bitter cold in the spirit of the Holidays , and then they marched. For the 40th time. Holiday revelers at the Campagna Center's Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend and Parade last Friday and Saturday enjoyed

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Scottish Christmas Walk Draws 30,000 Holiday Revelers
Dec 09,2010

For the 40th consecutive year, the Campagna Center's Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend and Parade had something for just about everyone -- in a kilt or not -- last Friday and Saturday. Holiday revelers enjoyed the various scotches provided at the Taste of Scotland on Friday evening at the George Washington Masonic Temple.

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Cuba Gooding, Meet T.C. Williams
Nov 23,2010

Even though Dr. Roy Heron, the founder of Old Town's Doctor’s Weight Loss Center, has no children at T.C. Williams High School, he knew that he had to help when he read an article in the Washington Post earlier this year which cited that T.C. was among the "lowest achieving" high schools in the nation. After reading the article, Heron decided that he wanted to help these students

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Hey, Virginia, Why does Alexandria Get Back Zero of its Tax Dollars?
Nov 12,2010

In a packed room last week at the Mark Center Hilton for the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce's 2010 Annual Meeting and State of Business, City Council member Rob Krupicka dropped the bomb. While the State of Virginia once chipped in $8 million to $10 million of state taxpayer dollars for the City of Alexandria to spend

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AROUND TOWN/Madly Living around Halloween
Nov 04,2010

Several of Connie Dale’s friends and colleagues joined her last week for a ribbon cutting and reception at the newly named Dale Digital Printing on N. Fairfax Street in Old Town. Friends, customers, business partners and Alexandria Chamber of Commerce partners gathered to wish her well. It was a bittersweet moment

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