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Councilwoman Theresa Ellis expands Blood Drives during blood shortage

— As a 30+ year healthcare professional manager and an American Red Cross blood donor, Councilwoman Theresa Coates Ellis was concerned about the lack of appointments available for blood donations during a pandemic. Ellis said, “I contacted the American Red Cross to offer my place of business for a blood drive. After speaking with donor recruiter, I learned that previous scheduled places had cancelled due … Continue reading Councilwoman Theresa Ellis expands Blood Drives during blood shortage

Ice Cream Party

FAMILIES; it’s going to be a hot day on Saturday, June 27th! Meet Theresa Coates Ellis, your Manassas City Councilwoman and Mayor for 2020 in front of Stonewall Park Pavilion to cool off for free ice cream! Join us! When: Saturday, June 27th, 2020 at 1-2 PM Where: Stonewall Park Pavilion, Stonewall Rd. What to Bring: Your Family!   Support Therese Coates Ellis for Mayor … Continue reading Ice Cream Party

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Virginia Judicial System: Judge terms

Structure of the judicial system and current process which judges go through in the state of Virginia can be found at the Va. Division of Legislative Services. The court system in Virginia is made up of the following 5 jurisdictionally distinct courts and terms and are appointed by state legislature: Supreme Court,  7 justices for 12 years Court of Appeals, 11 judges for 8 years … Continue reading Virginia Judicial System: Judge terms

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Spanish-Speaking team needed to combat Manassas COVID19

Please help us build our Manassas City Spanish-Speaking community team to fight Manassas COVID-19 Hot Spot CDC Working in Manassas to Combat COVID-19 Friends and Neighbors, With 30+ years of healthcare professional management experience, and as your Manassas City Council Member, I am initiating a timely request for help from you, your affiliates and members, to add Spanish-Speaking community members to assist with our City … Continue reading Spanish-Speaking team needed to combat Manassas COVID19

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We’re going in! Phase Two today: On to #ManassasRollout

Safely moving forward as we continue to get our City of Manassas back on track. Here are the differences: Here are the guidelines for each business industry: https://www.governor.virginia.gov/media/governorvirginiagov/governor-of-virginia/pdf/Virginia-Forward-Phase-Two-Guidelines.pdf Guidelines for schools opening: https://www.governor.virginia.gov/media/governorvirginiagov/governor-of-virginia/pdf/Final-Phase-Guidance-for-Virginia-Schools-6.9.20.pdf From the Va. Department of Education: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/health_medical/covid-19/recover-redesign-restart.shtml Continue to stay safe and healthy: Continue reading We’re going in! Phase Two today: On to #ManassasRollout

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Theresa Ellis, Rotary Area Governor, leader for change

As a 2-term Rotary Area Governor for the City of Manassas, Virginia and Prince William County, Theresa Ellis has many years experience in leading — for change. Listen to experience. We are in serious times making serious decisions. You deserve a leader who genuinely cares about you with the experience to get things done. Ellis can connect to the right sources. Ellis is job-ready to … Continue reading Theresa Ellis, Rotary Area Governor, leader for change

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Small Business Relief Grant Application and Guidelines

— Listed below are the City of Manassas Economic Development Department and Authority press release, small business $2,500 grant application, and guidelines from the CARES Act $1.5 million allocated to our City for small businesses. As your Manassas City Councilwoman liaison for EDA, I encourage all City businesses to apply. A lottery will happen if we have too many applicants.   Click to access 29423-EDCM-CaresActGrant-PressRelease.pdf … Continue reading Small Business Relief Grant Application and Guidelines

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Osbourn Drive-by Graduation Celebration

–Congratulations to all of our amazing Osbourn Seniors who had non-traditional graduation because of COVID19. Cars were decorated, students were dressed in cap and gown, and tears flowed, as students waved goodbye to teachers, students, and friends. The students were cheered and received their never-used post-prom T-shirts. Our students took one last lap down to Osbourn’s front door. Congratulations Seniors! Continue reading Osbourn Drive-by Graduation Celebration

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VDH unveils CovidCheck a new online health screening tool

https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/covidcheck/ As we are all working to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Virginia Department of Health created a resource, COVIDCHECK that allows individuals to check their symptoms, find close testing centers, and answer questions you may have about exposure and testing. The symptom check portion asks interactive questions that recommend the next steps an individual can take to make sure they stay safe. Continue reading VDH unveils CovidCheck a new online health screening tool