Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:
Eileen Scherzinger, an association management professional living in Reston, was looking for some way to help her neighbors struggling with food insecurity due to the coronavirus pandemic. She recently stumbled upon a Facebook post from Lasagna Love, looking for volunteers to help prepare meals for hungry families. This seemed like the answer.
Sean Perryman, the president of the Fairfax County NAACP, officially threw his hat in the ring Tuesday night and declared that he was running to be the next lieutenant governor of Virginia.
The National Museum of the United States Army opening was previously delayed, but the new opening date is timely. The museum, located on a publicly accessible area of Fort Belvoir at 1775 Liberty Drive, will open on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
A person was struck by a train in Manassas Tuesday night, suffering serious injuries, according to the Manassas City Police Department.
On Saturday, Alexandria City Council will consider an honorary street name proposal for a groundbreaking athlete who hailed from the city. The Alexandria African American Hall of Fame proposed naming a section of Montgomery Street for the late Earl Lloyd, an Alexandria resident who was the first African American athlete to play an NBA game.