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The local soccer organization held an end-of-season festival at Witter Field Saturday.
Government, Police & Fire, Sports, Local Connections
Following the Boston Marathon bombing attacks this week, the City of Alexandria and race organizers have increased police presence and will close a number of roads. Trashcans will be sealed.
Preteens and teens from around the area to compete at T.C. Williams this weekend.
No word on whether runners were injured in explosions near the finish line.
A time capsule will be sealed on opening day of the Kelley Cares Miracle Field, to be opened in 25 years. The city is seeking information and objects related to the site's history at 1108 Jefferson St.
Sports, Breast Cancer Awareness
Organizers of the Pink Zone event also announced that Alexandria will host the Relay for Life in Del Ray this spring to support the American Cancer Society.
Saturday's event at T.C. Williams High School featured Olympic gold medal winner and her involvement in "Athletes without Limits."
Students in the Leadership Class have put together "Titans Care" spirit towels, made possible by a donation from The Motley Fool and on sale at this weekend's basketball games.
T.C. Williams hosts Saturday competition, which attracts cheerleaders from around the Washington metropolitan region.
The field is designed for players of all abilities, including those using wheelchairs or walkers.
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