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Mt. Vernon Chamber, Fort Belvoir Renew Community Covenant

Col. Joseph Messina, Del. Mark Sickles, and Supervisor Rodney Lusk sign the Army Community Covenant.

Alexandria, VA – For the 13th year, the Mount Vernon Springfield Chamber of Commerce recently renewed its Community Covenant with Fort Belvoir, formalizing the business community’s commitment to supporting the military families on the installation and in the region.

Signing the Army Community Covenant (L–R) Gen. Robert Jorgensen, Army Retirement Residence Foundation – Potomac; Cateena Powers, Cox Communications; Anthony Amos, Office of Supervisor Pat Herrity; Franconia Supervisor Rodney Lusk; Del. Mark Sickles; Karen Corbett Sanders, FCPS School Board; Delegate Paul Krizek; Jeff McKay, Fairfax County Board Chair; Col. Joseph Messina; Mt. Vernon Supervisor Dan Storck; Eric Christensen, Springfield Town Center; Chris Coffin, ServiceMaster NCR; Zach Allen, The Villages at Belvoir.

The Army Community Covenant fosters and sustains effective community partnerships between an Army installation and the local community to improve the quality of life for soldiers and their families. The U.S. Department of Defense began the Community Covenant program in 2010.

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