Arlington County Info
Post date: Sep 24, 2013 4:59:55 PM
The official ribbon cutting at the Arlington Mill Community Center (AMCC) was a huge success - even with the pouring rain! Wonderful refreshments were supplied by the Pan Am Bakery, which will be moving into the AMCC around November. If you haven't been there yet, stop by and see this wonderful new facility and find out what's going on in the building.
Arlington County has opened the fitness room to seniors who have a 55+ pass. The restricted hours for 55+ pass holders are:
Monday-Friday from Opening-2:30 pm
This now gives participants with the 55+ Pass access to three community fitness centers. If you check-in at these locations after2:30 pm or come in on the weekends, a $4.00 daily fee would apply or you may purchase a full privilege senior resident fitness membership. This is the exact practice that takes place at Thomas Jefferson Community Center and Barcroft Sports and Fitness Center.
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISPOSAL
The Arlington Environmental Collection and Recycling Event (E-CARE) gives residents a chance to safely get rid of hazardous materials like paint, solvents, garden chemicals and items containing mercury and to recycle electronics, bikes, small metal items, shoes, eyeglasses, and durable medical equipment.
When: Saturday, October 12, 2013
8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Where: Thomas Jefferson Middle School located at 125 S. Old Glebe Rd.
The collection site is open to Arlington residents and employees only. Commercial or business waste is not accepted. For more information about E-CARE, including details about acceptable items, visit the E-CARE Web page or call703-228-6832.