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4/1/20 COVID-19 Response Update 
Effective Friday, March 27, at 5 p.m., all Fairfax County Government buildings are closed to the public. This closure will remain in effect indefinitely in an effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 virus transmission. Additionally, Fairfax County strongly urges residents to follow the stay-at-home order issued by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday, March 30. The governor’s action remains in effect until June 10. For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/2yljg5S

A Resource for the McLean Community
Want to help others or need help yourself? The Fairfax County Community Covid Aid Project is a charity started at McLean High School to connect volunteers with those in need in our community during this difficult time. The organization runs a database where McLean residents can access services, like grocery shopping and online tutoring, by requesting help from a group of dedicated volunteers. All volunteers are Fairfax County residents, who have signed up through the website, https://www.fairfaxcountycovidaid.org.

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Please register at the Fairfax County Volunteer Management System and search for the event for which you would like to volunteer.  If you have any questions, please contact Valerie Comer Sheridan at valerie.comer@fairfaxcounty.gov. We look forward to working with you!

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
• Year Round - Serve on the MCC Governing Board
• Year Round - Work as an usher at The Alden
• March - McLean Spring Fest
• April - McLean Spring Community Garage Sale
• May - McLean Day
• July - McLean Independence Day Fireworks Celebration
• September - McLean Fall Community Garage Sale
• September - Harvest Happenings
• October - McLean 5k

Volunteer Benefits:

• Making the McLean community a better place to live, work and play!
• Get to meet new people
• Free admission to many events and performances
• Meal coupons at select events
• T-shirts at select events
• Community Service Hours

Friends of McLean Community Center

The Friends of MCC is a nonprofit organization that helps support the Center by soliciting tax deductible donations and providing needed volunteers.

Friends Have Helped Make Possible:

  • Improved acoustics in the meeting rooms
  • The banquet kitchen
  • The Alden Theatre balcony
  • Scholarship assistance for MCC programs
  • The Teen Center and its programs
  • Volunteer support
  • MCC special events
  • Funding for supplementary equipment
    Kiosk (info.)


Membership contributions are tax-deductible. Individuals and businesses wishing to make additional contributions or anyone wanting more information on the Friends’ current projects, may call the Community Center at 703-790-0123.

For more information, visit the Friends of MCC website.

Employment Opportunities
Fairfax County’s Employment Page