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Best of Reston Nominations Now Open

Nominations are being accepted through Nov. 19.

Best of Reston Nominations Now Open Best of Reston Nominations Now Open Best of Reston Nominations Now Open

Reston Interfaith and the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce are accepting Best of Reston nominations through Nov. 19. 

Best of Reston honors area businesses, organizations and individuals who have put a tremendous effort in their commitment to community service and improving the lives of others in the greater Reston area. 

Award nominations are being accepted in five categories, including: Individual Community Member, Civic/Community Organization, Small Business Leader (2-100 employees), Corporate Business Leader (101+ employees), as well as a new award, the Vade Bolton-Ann Rodriguez Young Leaders – Entrusting Our Community’s Future Award.

Ann Rodriguez and Vade Bolton were members of the local community who shared a special passion and gift for mentoring and inspiring young people to become future leaders, according to the awards. Their volunteerism took different paths, but Rodriguez and Bolton were inspirational to those who knew and worked with them. The award is being given in their memory.

Nominations for Best of Reston may be submitted by individuals and organizations. Nomination forms, as well as a list of previous winners, can be found online at  www.restoninterfaith.org or  www.restonchamber.org. Printed copies of the nomination form can also be found at the Reston Interfaith and GRCC offices. Nominations close at 5 p.m. Nov. 19. 

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