Author Archive: Renee Ordoobadi

As a rising senior at Woodbridge Senior High School, I am a member of the CFPA Creative Writing program, where I focus on poetry and nonfiction. My heart, however, belongs to editing. I am the Co-Editor-in-Chief of WSHS' 2014 Yearbook and a critique leader/layout designer for Eddas, WSHS' Literary and Arts magazine. Through writing for Bristow Beat I hope my writing career continues to blossom!

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Second Annual ‘Owen’s Walk to Remember’ Proves Fun, Successful

Second Annual ‘Owen’s Walk to Remember’ Proves Fun, Successful

| October 20, 2013 | 0 Comments | Community

WestRash Charities held its second annual ‘Owen’s Walk to Remember Angels & Warriors’ fundraiser at Brentsville District High School Oct. 12.

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‘Owen’s Walk to Remember’ Adds More Activities, Events in Second Year

‘Owen’s Walk to Remember’ Adds More Activities, Events in Second Year

| October 4, 2013 | 0 Comments | Community

WestRash Charities will hold its second annual “Owen’s Walk to Remember Angels & Warriors” fundraiser on Oct. 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Brentsville District High School in Nokesville on Aden Road.

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Outgoing Teen: Teens Race BMX Bikes in Prince William County

Outgoing Teen: Teens Race BMX Bikes in Prince William County

| August 28, 2013 | 0 Comments | Outgoing Teen

Northern Virginia BMX Racing (NOVA BMX) held at 7 County Complex Court in Woodbridge is gaining popularity with Prince William teens as an option for an unconventional sport in the area.

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OUTGOING TEEN: Local Teens Participate in Unique Summer Activities

OUTGOING TEEN: Local Teens Participate in Unique Summer Activities

There are many unique summer activities for non-sports inclined teens to participate within the Bristow/Gainesville/Nokesville area.

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Prince William Girls Little League Softball Fundraiser Hits Big

Prince William Girls Little League Softball Fundraiser Hits Big

| May 20, 2013 | 0 Comments | News

The Prince William County Girls Softball Little League was ‘swinging in the rain,’ during the Bat Bonanza fundraiser at Tyler Elementary Saturday, May 18.

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Patriot Theatre Students Bring ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ to Life

Patriot Theatre Students Bring ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ to Life

At Patriot High School’s “Little Shop of Horrors” musical May 4, actors brought both the plant and show to life.

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Weekly Farmer’s Market at Piney Branch Offers Family-Friendly Fare

Weekly Farmer’s Market at Piney Branch Offers Family-Friendly Fare

New shopping centers are being built throughout the community, but locals still crave the fresh, producer-only products verses processed food.

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Student Athlete Recounts Post-Concussion Trauma, Recovery

Student Athlete Recounts Post-Concussion Trauma, Recovery

| April 8, 2013 | 0 Comments | Education

Concussions have always been with us. As a sophomore on the Woodbridge Senior High School Girls Volleyball Team, I experienced this traumatic injury.

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PWCS Introduces Healthier Choices at Annual Food Show

PWCS Introduces Healthier Choices at Annual Food Show

Prince William County Schools held its 23rd Annual Food Show allowing consumers of all ages to evaluate the healthy, yet tasty entrées, side dishes and other food products that may be offered for breakfast and lunch next school year.

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Gainesville MS 5K Proves Successful Fundraiser, Family Event

Gainesville MS 5K Proves Successful Fundraiser, Family Event

Gainesville Middle School held its fourth annual 5K raising money for the school and SERVE of Northern Va.

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