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    Sharon Reed

    Sharon is a freelance photojournalist. She covered local news for Patch for two years. Sharon has written articles for: Examiner/AXS, US News & World Report, Northern Virginia magazine, Loudoun Magazine, Loudoun Times-Mirror, Washington Post Express, DC Music Download, Succeed Magazine, Back2College, Quintessential Careers--and many others. She is the author of: "All Moms Work, Short-Term Career Strategies for Long-Range Success"​ (Capital Books).

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  • Redskins Salute Sponsors Special Events to Honor, Recognize Military

    Redskins Salute Sponsors Special Events to Honor, Recognize Military0

    Redskins Salute, the official military appreciation club of the Washington Redskins, is hosting multiple events throughout the D.C. metropolitan area to honor our nation’s veterans and active duty military personnel this month. Kicking off the November events was the team’s Nov. 4 Salute to Service game presented by USAA, the official Salute to Service partner

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  • Redskins Players Model at Fashion Show to Benefit DMV Children

    Redskins Players Model at Fashion Show to Benefit DMV Children0

    Loudoun County – Washington Redskins players modeled the latest fashions at the 4th annual Redskins Runway Fashion Show at Bloomingdale’s in Tysons, Va. on Sept. 23. Hosted by the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation and the Women of the Washington Redskins (WOW) Group, the player’s wives and girlfriends, along with several members of the Redskins coaching and front

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  • Redskins Players, Alumni, Coaches Attend the 57th Annual Welcome Home Luncheon

    Redskins Players, Alumni, Coaches Attend the 57th Annual Welcome Home Luncheon0

    LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA – With the season’s kick-off game set for September 9, Washington Redskins players were welcomed back from Training Camp at the 57th annual Welcome Home Luncheon on August 29 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C. Hosted by the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation and the Redskins Alumni Association, fans and corporate partners attended the

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  • 200 Military & Civilian Children Play Football at Redskins Park

    200 Military & Civilian Children Play Football at Redskins Park0

    ASHBURN, VA – On Armed Forces Day, about 200 Washington D.C. area military and civilian family children, ages 5-11, spent the afternoon playing football with current and former Washington Redskins players at Redskins Park in Ashburn on Saturday, May 19. Washington Redskins team president Bruce Allen kicked off the day’s activities in the team’s practice

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