Tuesday, April 21st, 4-6pm
The meeting place is
Refreshments courtesy of
UNO Chicago Grill
Sponsorships are still available for the
2009 Virtual Bus Tour.
The Prince William County-Greater Manassas Chamber of Commerce is presenting it's very popular annual
Get your name out there and give 'em a boost.
Be a sponsor for
Saturday, April 25, 2009
9am to 4pm
Proceeds will benefit Rotary supported projects
such as the Children's Wellness Festival
Gainesville-Haymarket Rotary and The Gainesville-Haymarket Rotary Club Foundation.
If you don't have a booth - use ours!
There is only one planet in our solar system that has air we can breathe.
HGBA is getting in on the act. We will be a sponsor for the
Why buy when you can rent?
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I-66 Blasting operations on Monday 6th April 2009 through Thursday 10th April 2009.
As part of the ongoing construction operations on the I-66 project in Gainesville, all lanes of I-66 will be shutdown with the help of Virginia State Police and/or Prince William County Police (on University Boulevard) to allow blasting operations to be safely carried out. The project staff and the contractor have met with the Fire Marshal and Prince William Police to discuss the blasting operations.
The shutdown will be from 11 am to 11:15 am and from 1 pm to 1:15 pm every day. We will be advising the VDOT Smart Traffic Center and WTOP of the exact time of the shutdown in case of any unforeseen changes.
The blasting will be carried out on I-66 (at mile marker 44) between Route 234 Bypass and the University Boulevard overpass.
As such, I-66 Westbound traffic will be stopped at the 234 Bypass, I-66 Eastbound traffic will be stopped just past the bridge over Route 29, and University Boulevard will be stopped either side of the bridge approaches.
Variable message boards have been placed on I-66 and University Boulevard to advise the traveling public of this work.