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Turbo Tutoring give back to community

One year ago, two local educators turned years of teaching experience into an SAT test preparation business. Their business, called Turbo Tutoring, is designed to provide quality, affordable SAT seminars in a short time frame.

Gregg Greentree, a teacher in the Fairfax County School System and Dan Harris, a school counselor who lives in Ashburn, wanted to help students feel more confident about taking the SAT.

Since then, they have been working with local students and receiving rave reviews.

Harris and Greentree have also given away more than $5,000 to students and clubs, including the Briar Woods PTSO, the Stone Bridge PTSO and Broad Run PTOS, as well as student scholarships. 

Recently, Turbo Tutors partnered with the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation to host an SAT prep class for students from around the area who were trying to increase their SAT scores to access athletic scholarships.  

Two seminars are planned at Briar Woods High School on April 26 and June 3. Registration is available at http://www.turbo-tutoring.com.

“Falcon Song” to hold NoVa Premier

A Northern Virginia native will host a local premier his movie “Falcon Song” at the Alamo Drafthouse in Ashburn on March 23 at 2 p.m.

Jason Brown is the director, producer and co-writer of the PG-rated “Falcon Song,” which was featured at the Santa Barbara Film Festival in January.

The movie, shot on location in Montana, is described as a “whimsical 1980’s style contemporary western, about a guitar playing drifter who helps a rancher’s granddaughter find her true calling.”

Tickets are on sale at http://www.drafthouse.com/movies/falcon-song/northern_virginia.



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