Morning Notes

Swim team at the Dominion Hills Pool on June 14, 2014

Arlington’s Last Segregated Class Marks Anniversary — The last class that attended segregated, all-black schools in Arlington from start to finish celebrated its 50th reunion over the weekend. The class graduated from Hoffman-Boston High School in 1964. [Washington Post]

Summer Swim Season to Start — The Northern Virginia Swimming League will begin its five-week regular season on Saturday. There are four Arlington teams in the NVSL: the Overlee Flying Fish, the Donaldson Run Thunderbolts, the Arlington Forest Tigers and the Dominion Hills Warriors. [InsideNova*]

Local Chef to Host Cable TV Show — David Guas, owner/chef of Bayou Bakery in Courthouse, will host a new series on the Travel Channel this summer. Guas will host “American Grilled,” described as part cross-country roadtrip, part competition “to discover the best and boldest flavors competitors can fire up on their grills.” [Travel Channel]

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Flickr pool photo by Dennis Dimick


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