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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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AROUND TOWN/Alexandria Chamber Makes Omelets, Members Make Connections
Mar 17,2010

The main room of the Royal Restaurant was overflowing as the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce held another successful Professional Networking Breakfast Monday morning. Charlie Euripides was on hand to ensure that the custom-made omelets and waffles were just right, as was the ample buffet that was provided

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Around Town/Children Score Big at Oscars Event
Mar 04,2010

This past week, the Center for Alexandria’s Children won big with their first Oscar Night Gala to Benefit the Center for Alexandria’s Children. Held at Belle Haven Country Club, the event attracted over 225 people and raised over $75,000 - more than double the budgeted amount.

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Put On Your Gown... It’s Gala Time!
Feb 17,2010

If it’s nearing springtime, then it’s time for charity balls, galas and soirees. Call them what you will, but this is the time to dust off the tux, find those high heels and hope that the snow melts soon. Here is a sampling of some of the fundraisers coming up in the next couple of months: New Hope Housing - The Winter Soiree 2010

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The Alexandria Chamber Tames the Wild West
Feb 03,2010

As snow started to drop from the heavens Saturday, the calls and e-mails started going out: The much-anticipated annual Chairman's Gala of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce would gone on as planned. With six inches of snow on the ground, about a quarter of the night's scheduled guests

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Episcopal Minister Anxious to Get Back to Haiti
Jan 28,2010

If Rev. Lauren R. Stanley could take a plane to Haiti tomorrow, she would jump at the chance. An Episcopal minister to Haiti, she left Haiti on December 15 to come visit her family and do some theology studies at the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA.

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In a Recession, Second Hand Mania Sets in
Jan 13,2010

Patti Stevenson, Ann Roebuck, Carol Frazier and Fantaye Chekol have two things in common. They are sisters AND they love to find bargains. For their holiday gift exchange this past year, they vowed to only buy things at thrift stores. And then right after Christmas, they organized a sisters'

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It’s the Law: Put Your Butts out in Virginia Restaurants
Jan 11,2010

Del. Dave Englin (D-Alexandria) can hardly believe that the day when smoking is banned in Virginia restaurants has come to pass. “It’s fantastic,” said Englin, who was the original House sponsor of the legislation. “To think that less than 11 months ago, I filed legislation and now it is happening. It is an amazing thing – lots of hard work.

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AROUND TOWN: Festively Dining on Venison and Smokefish Dip at Union Street Pub
Dec 24,2009

Chef Gordon Soper hit another home run with his Holiday dinner last week at Union Street Public House. His monthly specialty dinners have become a hit with customers; and have included most recently a Traditional

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