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Mason Neck Citizens Association
Guest Speaker: Andrea Bartoli, Ph.D, Dean, School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution (S-CAR) at George Mason University. Dr. Bartoli will discuss Point of View (located on Mason Neck), a unique retreat complex and the ideal setting with state-of-the-art facilities to support learning, relation-building and innovative thinking.
We will also be collecting supplies for the LCAC Food Pantry, which urgently needs your contributions—if you can, please bring: breakfast cereal, brown rice, peanut butter/jelly, cooking oil, canned fruit, soup, tuna, chicken, pasta sauce.
MNCA only has three general Membership meetings a year, so don't miss this opportunity to meet some of your neighbors and find out what's happening on the Neck. Non-members are welcome to attend.
We will try to finish before 9:00 so people can watch the President's State of the Union address.
More About Gunston Hall Plantation
Gunston Hall Plantation was the home and plantation of George Mason IV. Since being built in 1759, very few changes have been made to the mansion. The original mansion and school house are still located on the property, along with rebuilt slave quarters and a visitors' center. The grounds overlook the Potomac River and a gift shop is available. Gunston Hall Plantation is open from 9:30am to 4:30pm daily.
Other events here
- Christy Hartman Myers Writing Workshop at Gunston Hall Sat, Jun 8, 8:45 pm–3:30 pm