Arlington Wreaths Across America Cancellation Reversed: Patch PM

Emily Leayman
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Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:

Arlington Cemetery Directed To Host Wreaths Across America

After backlash from Arlington National Cemetery cancelling Wreaths Across America, an annual tradition honoring fallen soldiers with wreaths at their gravestones, the event will go on. Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy made the announcement Tuesday afternoon.

Manassas Park Schools Returning To Virtual Learning Monday

Manassas Park City School Board on Monday voted to return all students in the division to virtual learning for starting on Monday.

Veterinarians Give Back To Loudoun County Rescue Animals

Animals at five rescues in Loudoun County are living a little higher on the hog today thanks to an $11,200 grant round in support of animal welfare across the county.

Plans To Be Unveiled For 2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival

Organizers behind the highly anticipated National Cherry Blossom Festival will preview the 2021 event and artwork Wednesday. The festival will run from March 20 through April 11 and feature three weeks of events packed with traditional and contemporary arts and culture, and community spirit.

DC Downtown Holiday Market To Open For 2020 Season

DC's annual Downtown Holiday Market will return in 2020 with adjustments accounting for the coronavirus pandemic.

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