Voting has been extended one week in our first-ever Arlies awards.
If you haven’t heard, the Arlies are ARLnow’s community awards, honoring Arlington’s top local places, people and companies — as chosen by our readers.
Last week, we launched our first-ever Arlies awards ballot, and quickly received almost 500 responses. Thank you to everyone who already voted for supporting your favorite local places and businesses.
Instead of closing the survey as planned this week, we’ve decided to extend the end date through Tuesday, January 26, so that ARLnow’s vast popularity doesn’t steal the spotlight from Inauguration Day. This should also give the procrastinators (you know who you are) more time to vote for your favorite coffee shop, family restaurant, or comment section “pixeltarian.”
If you haven’t voted, write your favorites in each category in the ballot below, we’ll tally the votes and announce the winners soon after.
As a reminder, readers will only be able to submit it once, and we’ll monitor submissions for attempts at repeated voting to ensure the integrity of the voting process.
Having trouble with the embedded form below? You can also take the survey here.
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Join Us on Monday, October 17, 2022, for our General Membership Meeting & Arlington County Candidate Forum led by the NAACP Arlington Branch Political Action CommitteeTime: 7:00-9:00 pmLocation: Virtual on Zoom County Board (3 candidates)Matt de Ferranti (https://mattforarlington.com/)Audrey Clement (https://audreyclement.com/)Adam Theo (https://www.theoforarlington.org/) School Board (2 candidates)James “Vell” Rives (https://www.rivesforsb.com/)Bethany Sutton (https://www.bethany4aps.org/)Open to the PublicRegister: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwvdu- gpzkpE9XJn5vI3Fy-LO6f1r0qli7V After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.”The NAACP is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse candidates for political office at any level. Persons affiliated with the NAACP at the national, state, and local levels are free to make candidate endorsements in a personal capacity, but they do not reflect support by the NAACP as an organization.” Derrick Johnson, President/CEO, NAACP, May 22, 2022
Classes start in just a couple of weeks here at MoCA Arlington! Programs are filling up so sign up today to reserve your space! We have a wide variety of wonderful programs from painting to mixed media to illustration and more!
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