See Travel & Lodging for additional shuttle bus information and a map. , Northern Virginia’s largest community-wide celebration, will take place June 8-10, 2018 at the Fairfax County Government Center.
Festival Location: 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax, VA 22035 Free Parking: Fair Lakes Circle and Fair Oaks Mall – Shuttles to and from festival entrance.
Kuhn-Fricker followed her mother into the practice of law, specializing in elder issues.
“Just a little bit of help can keep you in your home and keep you independent for some time,” Kuhn-Fricker said on the show. She was kind of a pioneer in doing that.” Le Frak, who met Kuhn-Fricker at the Madeira School for girls in Mc Lean, said the couple and their children were busy settling into their new home and neighborhood.
She authored a book titled: “Elder Care: The Road To Growing Old Is Not Paved.” Plum said he did not know Kuhn-Fricker personally but that she had “developed a specialty of dealing with elderly legal issues. She and her husband visited two weeks ago, she said, as they were putting up Christmas decorations.
She also appeared on a local television interview show called “Virginia Report,” where she explained to host Del.
Ken Plum (D-Fairfax) that she left law for the business world “to help people directly.” She noted that home health workers took care of medical needs but that no one helped those not yet ready for a nursing home to get around to enjoy ordinary activities. It was pretty unique at the time, that she was focused at elder law.
She gave frequent talks to guide people through taking care of aging parents and preparing for end-of-life decisions.
She advised on setting up wills, estates and trusts, and other issues such as dealing with Medicare and Medicaid.
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The 25-acre site was magically filled with fascinating sights and sounds of more than 300 exhibitors, food vendors, and interactive activities. showcases live concerts on eight stages, Innovation Health Children’s Avenue, a petting zoo, the Fairfax County Karaoke Championship, carnival rides, and great festival foods.
Presented by Celebrate Fairfax, Inc, the annual festival hosts tens of thousands of visitors during the three-day run.
They had earlier held a housewarming party for friends and their new neighbors. On Friday, neighbors said they saw an elderly couple being escorted out of the home after the shooting; someone posted on a neighborhood listserv that a distraught boy was escorted from the home as well.