Who’s Who in Alexandria June 2019

Alexandria Chamber of Commerce President Charlotte Hall with Zebra Press Publisher/Owner Mary Wadland at the Del Ray vs. Old Town Softball Game. (Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty)

The Alexandria Democratic Committee dedicated a tree in Windmill Park to honor former Mayor Allison Silberberg with City Arborist John Noelle, who will be retiring this summer after 30 years, flanked by city staff, Judy Lo and Lucresha Murphy. (Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty)

Diversions card owner Lindsey Bashore with former co-worker at USA Today, Patti Stang, on one of the last days before closing his doors for good after 30 years in the Fairlington Centre. (Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty)

Gayle Reuter, Kate Moran with mom Patty and puppy, COCO at Del Ray’s First Thursday. (Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty)

Holocaust Remembrance with Rabbi David Spinrad (Beth El Hebrew Congregation) Rev. Grace Han, (Trinity UMC-Representing the Alexandria Faith Community), Hazzan Elisheva Dienstfrey and Rabbi Steven Rein (Agudas Achim), Dr. Edna Friedberg, the keynote speaker, and Cantor Jason Kaufman (Beth El Hebrew Congregation). (Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty)

Mary Lyman, Kelley Weissenborn, Shirley Cherkasky, Kelly MacConomy, Betty Jo Middleton, Resa O’Flaherty, Lynn Humphries, Holly Wallace, Kit Leider, Monchito Mendoza, Dorathea Peters, Jane Stevens, Dinah Wiley, Eugenia Burkes and Rossie Kelly at the monthly Progressive Women’s luncheon. (Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty)

Commonwealth Republican Women’s Club (CRWC) Board members and guest speaker at the annual CRWC Membership Reception at the Lyceum history museum: Susie Miller, Sally Linderman, Laurie Kirby, Thomas McDevitt (Chairman, The Washington Times), Linda App, Linda Greenberg, Susan Yonts-Shepard, Eileen Brackens (CRWC President). (Photo: Bruce Greenberg

Dr. Rinal Bansal, new president of Inova Alexandria Hospital (event sponsor) with NBC4 Aaron Gilchrist (event moderator) at Alexandria Chamber of Commerce’s Public Safety and Valor Awards. (Photo by Lucelle O’Flaherty)

Old Town is triumphant! The 2nd Annual Del Ray vs. Old Town Softball Battle, May 21, 2019 (Photo: James Cullum)