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Lead Games at County's July 4th Celebration

Organization:  Community Volunteer Network (CVN)
Project Name: Lead Games at County's July 4th Celebration
Primary Contact: Tiffany Kudravetz, CVN Liaison, (email)
Primary Address: Long Bridge Park
475 Long Bridge Drive

Arlington, VA 22202
This location is handicap accessible
(See a map)


 Free shuttles are available from Crystal City and Pentagon City Metro Stations and 1750 Crystal Drive Parking Garage, where free parking is available on Garage Level.

On July 4th, Arlington County will host a huge celebration at the new Long Bridge Park. Festivities include games and activities for children, arts and crafts vendors, fireworks, and more!

CVN volunteers will held lead games and ensure that everyone is having fun! There will be two shifts and all volunteers will receive a free meal for helping.

Please sign up only if you are sure you can attend, as we have a limited number of volunteer slots for each shift and the County is relying on our help for the games area.

More information on shuttles and parking will be distributed to registrants a few days ahead of time. 

If all of the time slots for CVN are full, consider volunteering for an additional task at the event. Click here to fill out the general volunteer interest form for the event. (If you are volunteering with CVN for the games area, please do not fill out this form.)

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Time Slot (in US/Eastern time)  Reg Date (in US/Eastern time)  Num Participants  Approved?  First Name  Last Name  Group Name   
1 Wed, Jul 04, 2012 03:30 pm to 07:00 pm Jun 26, 2012 1 Yes Tedla Desta  
2 Wed, Jul 04, 2012 03:30 pm to 07:00 pm Jun 27, 2012 1 Yes Stephanie Clifford  
3 Wed, Jul 04, 2012 12:00 pm to 03:30 pm Jun 21, 2012 2 Yes Luke Treaster Luke And Alison  
4 Wed, Jul 04, 2012 12:00 pm to 03:30 pm Jun 19, 2012 1 Yes Tiffany Kudravetz  
5 Wed, Jul 04, 2012 12:00 pm to 03:30 pm Jun 21, 2012 0 Yes Maricio G  
6 Wed, Jul 04, 2012 12:00 pm to 03:30 pm Jun 19, 2012 1 Yes Garry Knobler  

More information about Community Volunteer Network (CVN)
Community Volunteer Network (CVN)
Last updated on August 4, 2016


Community Volunteer Network (CVN) is an active social network of young adults (20s & 30s) dedicated to making a positive difference in Arlington through volunteering, building networks, socializing, and developing leaders.

Check out our blog, The CVN Forum

El programa Community Volunteer Network (CVN, siglas en español) es una red activa social de adultos jóvenes (en sus 20’s y 30’s) dedicados a hacer una diferencia positiva en Arlington a través del voluntarismo, construyendo nuevas redes, socializando y desarrollando liderazgo.

CURRENT STRUCTURE: Everyone is encouraged to attend our monthly meetups and attend and lead volunteer activities and events.

There are five voting officers that serve as a volunteer leadership team to guide, plan, and make decisions for CVN along with the County Liaison.

-- Chair: Provides overall leadership
Garry Knobler,

-- Volunteer Chair: Coordinates volunteer opportunities.

-- Volunteer Chair: Coordinates volunteer opportunities.

-- Communications Chair: Coordinates publicity and communication.

-- County Liaison (Volunteer Arlington Staff) – non-voting; provides support to the leadership team

-- Social Committee: Organizes all social gatherings

-Launched in 2003, Community Role Models (CRM) was made possible by County Board Member Walter Tejada at the urging of community members.

  • In April 2004, a steering committee assembled to guide the direction of the program. The program got started with a kick off event at Whitlows on Wilson in May 2004. There were 65 CRM volunteers in attendance.
  • In 2004 and 2005, CRM volunteers organized learning forums and volunteer activities. The steering committee also developed a 4 year strategic plan.
  • In 2006, CRM held a speaker series and partnered with PRCR to launch the What’s Up Arlington newsletter and blog.
  • In 2007, the leadership team was formed and Miles Grant, the first chairman, was selected. It was then that the monthly meetups started.
  • In April 2007, CRM’s leadership team was recognized by Arlington County as an Outstanding Volunteer Team.
  • In 2007, CRM created a Facebook Group to manage its social events.
  • In 2008, CRM was recognized with an Acts of Caring Award by the National Association of Counties.
  • In 2009, the leaders of CRM decided to change the name to Community Volunteer Network (CVN). They also changed the color scheme of the logo.
  • In January 2009, Brendan O’Connor took over as Chair of the newly named CVN.
  • In July 2009, CVN celebrated five years of success at the Arlington Arts Center with Board Member Walter Tejada, nationally recognized nonprofit leader Robert Egger, and WJLA reporter, Scott Thurman.
  • In Fall 2009, CVN conducted online surveys and held a meeting for stakeholders of CVN to analyze the survey results and discuss the future of CVN.
  • In 2010, CVN expanded into a committee structure that enabled more volunteers to have leadership roles.
  • In March 2010, CVN launched a new blog, the CVN Forum to encourage dialogue within the CVN network.
  • In April 2010, Brendan O’Connor was recognized as an Arlington County Outstanding Volunteer.
  • In May 2010, Tiffany Kudravetz took over as the third Chair of CVN.
  • In April 2011, the CVN Recurring Volunteering Committee was recognized as an Arlington County Outstanding Volunteer Team.
  • In April 2011, Meredith Meade took over as the fourth Chair of CVN.
  • In May 2011, CVN received a Deutsche Post DHL Living Responsibility Fund Grant to support the group’s recurring gardening projects.
  • In June 2011, CVN was recognized with the Innovative Program Award from the National Association of Volunteer Programs in Local Government.
  • In Fall 2011, CVN conducted another online survey and held a meeting for stakeholders of CVN to analyze the survey results and discuss the future of CVN.
  • In January 2012, Garry Knobler became the fifth Chair of CVN.

  • Contact people:

     Garry Knobler, CVN Chair, (email)
    En Español, (703) 228-1198
    Volunteer Arlington, County Liaison, (703) 228-1760, (email)

    Main office number: (703) 228-1760


     2100 Washington Blvd
    3rd Floor

    Arlington, VA 22204
    This location is handicap accessible
    (See a map)

    Web Site:


     Human Services Center. Accessble from Orange Line Metro by the ART 77 bus. There is free parking as well.
      Nearest Bus Stop: Art 77, 1 minute walk
    Last updated on August 4, 2016



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