New book: One Hundred Years of St. George's Episcopal Church, Arlington, VA, 1908-2008: Growth of a Church Community in the Turbulent 20th Century

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The newly published book, One Hundred Years of St. George's Episcopal Church, Arlington, VA, 1908-2008: Growth of a Church Community in the Turbulent 20th Century, by Cynthia Clark, is not just a history of a church community but also of the times in which it grew and developed.

The newly published book, One Hundred Years of St. George's Episcopal Church, Arlington, VA, 1908-2008: Growth of a Church Community in the Turbulent 20th Century, by Cynthia Clark, is not just a history of a church community but also of the times in which it grew and developed.

This handsome 60-page 8-1/2 by 11-inch book, published as part of the church's centennial year, is well illustrated, and contains stories from many St. Georgians, as well as chronological and personal history gathered from the church's archives and from interviews. Facts gathered from the history of Arlington relate the character of this church community to the astonishing changes in its locality over the years. Anyone who ever had a connection with St. George's and anyone interested in the local history of Arlington, Virginia will find this centennial offering well written, informative, and enjoyable. Copies are available from St. George's Episcopal Church, 915 N. Oakland St, Arlington 22203, 703-525-8286.

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