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of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA

Catalog of Newspaper and Web Articles referencing the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the Izaak Walton League and its members

Publication Date Page Title Comment
Fairfax Station Patch Jan 12, 2012 Robinson Rifle Team Hits the Mark Air Rifle match between highschool teams held at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA.
Outdoor America Winter 2011 32-36 Shooting for Membership Growth By Earl Hower and Dawn Merritt. How Izaak Walton League Chapters can increase their membership through the shooting sports as Arlington Fairfax Chapter does.
Outdoor America Winter 2011 8-9 It Takes A Team to Clean up a Stream By Dawn Merritt. Efforts of the Arlington Fairfax IWLA Chapter to recruit volunteers for Stream and River Conservation Projects.
Handguns Dec.2008/Jan.2009 10 Following Up On Heller by J. Scott Rupp - National Shooting Sports Foundation holds "First Shots" seminar for D.C. residents at Arlington Fairfax IWLA Range.
reuters.com Aug 13, 2008 DC Residents Can Take Their 'First Shots' at Virginia Shooting Range CENTREVILLE, Va., Aug. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Shooting Sports Foundation is inviting Washington, D.C., residents to a free introduction to handgun shooting on Sunday, August 24, at the Arlington-Fairfax Chapter, Isaak Walton League, Shooting Range.
American Rifleman August 2008 40-41 At the Range With R. Lee Ermey by Daniel Feldbusch - Pilot for the documentary series, "Lock and Load" filmed at the Arlington Fairfax IWLA Rifle Range.
The Range Report Winter 2007 9-10 Surviving in the 'Burbs by David Hart Increasing suburban development around the Centreville property of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter.
Centreville Connection Feb 26, 2003 Activist Jay Bolton Dies of Heart Failure Longtime Arlington Fairfax Chapter member, Conservation advocate and past Virginia Division President dies. Accessed March 17, 2012
Fairfax Times Sep 21, 2000 VA_7A Hunting and Fishing Day comes to Centreville Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to host Hunting and Fishing day on their property Sept 23, 2000 in Centreville.
Centre View January 22, 1998 7 Firing range agreement is reached West Fairfax County Citizens Association Land Use Committee agrees to support Arlington Fairfax IWLA application before Fairfax County to approve an indoor archery range built on the Chapters property without County approval. Attorney for Chapter said to have challenged one of the community residents attending the meeting of neighborhood groups to step outside and fight.
Washington Post Jan 18,1998 B.03 For a Managed Deer Hunt, First target is Paper; At Centreville Rifle Range, Fairfax Officials Test the Shooting Skills of 140 Chosen to Participate Arlington Fairfax Chapter Rifle Range used to qualify hunters for hunt in parks in the Great Falls area.
Centre View October 23, 1997 17 Homeowner up in arms over shooting expansion Letter to the editor by Karen Banick regarding concerns about noise from the Arlington Fairfax IWLA and proposed addition of pistol only range to chapter property.
Centre View October 23, 1997 1, 44 War of words rages over shooting range A proposal to add a pistol only range to the Arlington Fairfax IWLA is opposed by some of the Chapter's neighbors who say that they are concerned that increased noise from the range expansion will reduce property values and local homeowners' quality of life.
Washington Post May 4, 1997 D4 THE OUTSIDE LINE : BLUE SMOKE Bull Run Muzzle Loaders to hold black powder trap shoot at Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA on Saturday.
Washington Post Dec 9, 1993 VA_7A Wanted: Holiday Cheer for Children; Sheriff's Deputies Throw Party, Buy Gifts; by Jane Seaberry. Christmas party for disadvantaged children held by the Arlington Fairfax Chapter each year.
Washington Post Oct 24, 1992 VA_7A Compton Ridge Residents Live Right Next Door to Va. History Passing mention of the Izaak Walton Park in Centreville. Article contains an incorrect statement that the Arlington Fairfax Chapter had been "a mainstay in the community for at least 80 years". The Centreville Property was not purchased by the Chapter until 1953.
Washington Post Apr 23,1992 VA_7A Grove Lets Visitors Step Into State's Past Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA donates tree to Fairfax County government Center.
Washington Post Jun 19,1981 W44 Sports Cub Run Archers Safari Shootout July 4-5 Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Washington Post Mar 30,1980 D8 Samuel P. Vanderslice, 83, Ex-Principal in Arlington Obituary of Samuel Vanderslice, past president of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA and organizer of Company No. 7 of the Virginia Reserve Militia.
Washington Post Dec 5,1976 C8 Ralph Godfrey, Retired Engineer Obituary Former Chairman of Skeet and Trap at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA.
Washington Post Oct 28,1976 C8 Turkey Shoot: A Working-Class Tradition as Old as the Gun Mention of Centreville Izaak Walton Chapter Turkey shoot rules on D11 Column 1.
Washington Post Sep 24,1974 D8 Area Exhibits Mark Hunt-Fish Day National Hunting and Fishing Day at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA.
Washington Post Aug 26,1971 G8 People to Note Ralph G. Holdaway installed as President of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Washington Post Jul 14,1968 C8 Tournament for Archers Set Cub Run Archers Safari Shoot July 20-21 at Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Washington Post Mar 2,1967 F7 Archery Shoot Cub Run Archers to have an open shoot on March 5 in Centreville
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 4, 1963 10 Hunter Safety Program Set at Yorktown Arlington Fairfax IWLA to hold hunter safety class at Yorktown Highschool.
Washington Post Aug 31,1963 B2 Izaak Walton League Wins Fight To Keep Pipeline From Cutting Park An out of court settlement is reached between Colonial Pipeline and The Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to put the pipeline on the edge of the Chapter's property.
Washington Post Aug 13,1963 A27 Waltonians Battling Road Builders, Vandals and Pipeline Company The Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA efforts to prevent a pipeline company from condemming a right of way through the Chapter's property.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jul 12, 1963 10 Outdoor Life by Duck Duckson July membership meeting of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA, 20 new membership applications received.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jun 14, 1963 10 Outdoor Life by Duck Duckson Arlington Fairfax IWLA working to increase Chapter membership to 1000. List of new members.
Sun, Northern Virginia May 28, 1963 10 Izaak Walton League Sets 'Visitors' Day' Open house event to including shooting demonstrations, youth fishing derby, Scuba and skin diving, archery.
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 16, 1962 9 Seven Ranger Members Cited for Marksmanship Award given to members of the IWLA Rangers Junior Rifle Club at Chapter Meeting held in Broyhill Auditorium.
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 11, 1962 9 Izaak Walton Units Honor Fred Brown Award presented by the Arlington Fairfax, Old Dominion, Annandale Springfield Chapters to sportman conservationist Fred Brown.
Sun, Northern Virginia Sep 5, 1962 8 Three Grab Awards in Archery Fete 3 members of the Arlington Fairfax IWLA Cub Run Archery team won at the 16th annual Virginia Bowhunters Tournament.
Virginia Wildlife Sep 1962 25 Harnsberger Heads IWLA Board Reynolds T. Harnsberger, founding member of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA, elected chairman of the executive board of the Izaak Walton League of America.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jul 13, 1962 8 Firing Away Photographs of Trap and Skeet shooting at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jul 7, 1962 10 Outdoor Sports of All Sorts at Walton League Photographs Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA members engaged in Archery, Rifle shooting and fishing on the Chapter property in Centreville, Virginia.
Washington Post Oct 17,1961 A23 Up the Stream Respect Private Property and Save Public Hunting Campaign of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Washington Post Jul 30,1961 C8 Up the Stream - Waltonians Make War on Litterbugs... Campaign by the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to reduce littering by distributing trash bags to motorists.
Sun, Northern Virginia July 29, 1961 Veterans Plan Sunday Picnic Disabled American Veterans to hold picnic at Izaak Walton League property in Centreville, VA.
Washington Post Jul 28, 1961 A5 DAV Picnic Saturday Disabled American Veterans to hold picnic at Izaak Walton League property in Centreville, VA
Sun, Northern Virginia Jun 13, 1961 A2 Course is Offered In Marksmanship Course for Boy Scout Rifle Shooting Merit Badge sponsored by St Charles Holy Name Jr Rifle Club to be held at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA .
Sun, Northern Virginia Feb 17, 1961 A3 Izaak Walton Chapter Sets Silver Fete Dance celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA. Chapter membership exceeds 700 members. Skit to be performed by the "chapter's Little Theatre Players" .
Washington Post Nov 22,1960 D6 Up the Stream Election of officers of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Virginia Wildlife Aug 1960 17 Peters Memorial Nature Trail Begun by Walton League Chapter The Arlington-Fairfax Chapter IWLA led by Al Schmidt is building a nature trail as a memorial for past Chapter President Paul O. Peters.
Washington Post May 20,1960 D15 Archery Course Start Saturday Cub Run Archers instruction Course in Field Archery starts May 21st at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Washington Post Jan 3,1960 B2 Paul O. Peters Obituary for Paul O. Peters past president of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA.
Washington Post Nov 25,1958 A18 Thanks to the Squire Letter to the editor mentioning Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA "respect private property" campaign.
Washington Post May 14,1958 A8 Zoning Board Turns Down School Plea Arlington Fairfax is granted permission by Fairfax County to continue operation of a clubhouse and small arms range at their Centreville location for an indefinite period.
Fairfax Herald May 2,1958 4 Zoning Appeal Scheduled Permit extension of permission for clubhouse and small arms range for an indefinite period of time.
Washington Post Apr 20,1958 A3 Don't Discount Hatchery Trout Mention of Jim Cave, President of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Washington Post Jul 16,1957 A18 Angler's Intentions Good, But String of Bass Outweighs Vote Mention of George Grove former President of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA.
Washington Post Jun 16,1957 C9 Exhibition Shoot Ken Beegle to give Rifle shooting exhibition on the property of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA in Centreville on June 23rd.
Washington Post May 5,1957 A3 1000 Scouts Spend Night In Camporee Arlington area scouts camp on Arlington Fairfax Chapter property overlooking Cub Run.
Washington Post Dec 2,1956 C10 Take It Easy, Robinhoods Article about deer wounded by Archers. Reference to Arlington Fairfax Chapter.
Outdoor America Mar-Apr 1956 p. 27 Celebrates 20th Anniversary The Arlington Fairfax Chapter Celebrates it's 20th Anniversary. Description of Centreville property, its current and planned features.
Washington Post Oct 28,1955 51 No Title Display Ad about Remington Exibition shooter making an appearance at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA on Oct 30, 1955
Washington Post Oct 23,1955 C7 No Title Display Ad about Remington Exibition shooter making an appearance at the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA on Oct 30, 1955
Washington Post Oct 18,1953 C7 Tight Lines and Wing Shots Arlington Fairfax Chapter to host former members of the Co. 7 Virginia Reserve Militia at a picnic on their Centreville Property.
Washington Post Sep 27,1953 C5 Tight Lines and Wing Shots Anouncement of membership meeting of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA at the Odd Fellows Hall in Arlington. Mention of the Chapters newly aquired property in Centreville.
Fairfax Herald Sep 25,1953 1 Izaak Walton League Meeting Scheduled in Arlington Anouncement of membership meeting of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA at the Odd Fellows Hall in Arlington. Progress Report to be made on Rifle Range and pond construction on Centreville property.
Washington Post Sep 11,1953 37 20,000 On Way To Rose Haven Verne C. Close, President of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA asks that every Chapter member come out the the Centreville Property on Saturday or Sunday to work on building the Pond and the Rifle Range.
Fairfax Herald Apr 10,1953 4 Zoning Appeal Scheduled Zoning appeal scheduled for April 21st to allow Arlington Fairfax Chapter to build club house and small arms range in the Centreville District.
Washington Post Mar 23,1951 B4 White Perch are Still Spring Holdouts at Allen's Fresh Arlington Fairfax Chapter to hold its regular meeting Monday night in the Arlington Recreation Center Cherrydale, VA
Washington Post Feb 25,1951 m14 Izaak Walton Meeting Arlington Fairfax Chapter to meet Monday at the Arlington Recreation Center.
Sun, Northern Virginia Dec 8, 1950 2 Walton League to Elect Officers Arlington Fairfax Chapter to meet on Monday December 11th to elect chapter officers.
Washington Post Nov 13,1950 8 Arlington Sewers Letter from Carl P. Sanderhoff Arlington Fairfax Chapter President to the Washington Post
Sun, Northern Virginia Nov 10, 1950 1 School Bond Loss Tops Voting Here; 17,000 Turn Out Sewer Bond sponsored by the Arlington Fairfax Chapter carries in every precinct.
Washington Post Nov 8,1950 1 Arlington Votes Sewer Fund But Rejects School Bonds Arlington Sewer Bond referendum petitioned by the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA passes by an overwhelming margin.
Washington Post Nov 5, 1950 M8 Northern Virginia Contests Hold Spotlight 2.6 million Bond Referendum in Arlington, "championed by the Izaak Walton League".
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 27, 1950 1 Asks Service Fee For Sewage Bonds: Peters Presents Plea on Method of Amortization Paul O. Peters of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter appears before the Arlington County Board of Supervisors to present plan to pay off proposed sewage bonds.
Washington Post Oct 24, 1950 12 Arlington Sewers Arlington Sewer Bond Referendum petitioned by the Arlington Fairfax Chapter to appear on the November 7th ballot.
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 20, 1950 1 Pollution Topic For League Meeting Arlington Fairfax Chapter to meet on Monday evening. Films to be shown on sewage problem. Discussion of proposed Arlington Sewer plant.
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 6, 1950 1 Sewer Bond Vote Plea Before Court Paul O. Peters of the Arlington Fairfax IWLA Chapter files Sewer Bond referendum petition in Court.
Washington Post Oct 5, 1950 B1 Sewer Bond Vote Certain in Arlington Arlington Fairfax IWLA Chapter files Sewer Bond referendum petition in Court.
Washington Post Feb 12,1950 M17 Walton Chapter to Meet Arlington Fairfax Chapter to meet at the Arlington Recreation Center.
Washington Post Feb 20,1949 C3 Sports Show Skunks Strictly De-odorized Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to have live birds and animals at the Second Annual Sportsman's and Outdoor Show at the D.C. Armory
Washington Post Jan 23,1949 C2 Venison Stew Dinner Meeting of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA at the Arlington Recreation Center tomorrow
Sun, Northern Virginia Feb 27, 1948 2 League Charges Illegal Net Fishing Resolution by the Arlington Fairfax IWLA to the Virginia Fisheries Commission protesting the illegal netting by commercial fishermen of hundreds of tons of spawning rockfish in the lower Potomac river.
Washington Post Jan 22,1948 B9 Outdoors By Jack Bell Description of the Annual Reunion of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA.
Washington Post Nov 29,1947 B13 D.C. Sewage Disposal Plan is Protested District of Columbia dumping sewage sludge at Lorton Penitentiary which is polluting VA streams Complaints by Arlington Fairfax IWLA of pollution in Four Mile Run.
Outdoor America Apr 1947 14 Chapters on the Air Arlington Fairfax IWLA participates in a weekly 15 minute radio program on WARL.
Washington Post Feb 17,1947 8 Hunters Study Best Means of Eliminating 'Black Devils' Crow shooting competion between Arlington Fairfax Chapter and other Izaak Walton Chapters in Northern VA and MD.
Washington Post May 26, 1946 M2 Anglers' Group to Meet Arlington Fairfax IWLA to meet at Arlington Recreation Center on May 27th.
Washington Post Feb 15,1946 15 Hunting & Fishing Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to have its annual dinner Wednesday February 20th at the Washington Golf and Country Club, Arlington, VA
Washington Post Feb 13,1946 3 Izaak Walton Chapter Picks 1946 Committees Appointment of standing committees of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA for 1946
Washington Post Dec 20, 1945 3 Duck, Geese Hunters Want More Bad Weather Refers to Arlington Fairfax Chapter Club Headquarters at Gunston Cove
Washington Post Dec 20, 1945 4 Arlington-Fairfax Walton Leaguers Elect G.P.Grove Reelection of Chapter president George P. Grove and election of other chapter officers.
Washington Post Nov 29,1945 3 Bounty on Foxes, Hawks Proposed To Protect Quail Proposal of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to have the state of Virginia to pay a bounty on foxes and hawks
Washington Post Nov 4, 1945 M9 Hunting with Jack Bell Mention of Secretary of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter Henry Poole
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 26, 1945 4 Father And Son Join Walton League Arlington Fairfax IWLA Chapter Members requested to go to Ames Farm on Sunday to help with building duck blinds and repairing the Club house.
Washington Post Oct 18, 1945 2 Izaak Waltons To Meet Sunday, Build Duck Blinds Work day for members of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA at their new headquarters on Gunston Cove
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 5, 1945 6 Ames Lends Farm To Walton League William P. Ames "has loaned his 175 Acre farm near Gunston Cove" to the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA. Club house expected to be ready in 4 to 6 weeks.
Sun, Northern Virginia Sep 28, 1945 1 League Club House Near Realization Chapter President George Groves expects to announce plans for new club house/headquarters for the Arlington Fairfax Chapter IWLA.
Sun, Northern Virginia Sep 24, 1945 6 Walton League Meeting Report on pollution in stream through Lubber Run Park.
Washington Post Sep 13, 1945 16 Reserve Militia Will Disband In Arlington Arlington Company 7, the Virginia Reserve Militia Unit organized by the Arlington Fairfax IWLA Chapter is to be disbanded on September 15, 1945.
Washington Post Aug 2, 1945 3 Izaak Walton Chapter To Apply for Charter Formation of committee to incorporate the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA within the State of Virginia.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jul 20, 1945 2 Committee Named To Seek Club Site Arlington Fairfax IWLA Committee to "investigate the purchase of a site for a headquarters".
Washington Post Jul 19, 1945 9 Izaak Walton Committee Seeks Site for Clubhouse Appointment of a committee of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to find a location for a Clubhouse in Arlington or Fairfax County
Sun, Northern Virginia Jul 6, 1945 3 Reserve Militia Wins Rifle Match Arlington Co VRM wins first of five Sunday rifle matches at the Arlington Rifle Pistol Club.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jun 1, 1945 5 League Hears Talk By Dr. Gabrielson Gabrielson, Chief of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service discusses habitat restoration. Chapter to draft resolution asking that the taking of Rockfish smaller than 16 inches be prohibited. Arlington Fairfax Chapter is now largest IWLA Chapter in Virginia.
Washington Post Apr 19,1945 6 Committee Members Listed Members of committees of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA.
Washington Post Jan 26,1945 14 Walton League Drive Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA is offering a case of shotgun shells to new members as a premium to join.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jan 19, 1945 2 Walton League Has Member Drive Arlington Fairfax Chapter is looking for new members.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jan 19, 1945 2 Group To Sponsor Bird House Contest Arlington Fairfax Chapter to hold contest for local junior highschool students building bird houses.
Washington Post Dec 16,1944 6 George Grove Elected to Izaak Walton Post Election of Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA Officers December 15th at the Arlington Recreation Center
Washington Post Dec 14,1944 5 Izaak Walton League George P. Grove elected President of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA. Election of other Chapter Officers
Washington Post Dec 11,1944 3 Walton League To Meet Meeting the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to elect Chapter Officers
Washington Post Sept 12,1944 5 Guardsmen in Arlington Photograph of Arlington Company of the Virginia Reserve Milia in front of Patrick Henry Highschool. Mention of recruiting campaign for Unit.
Washington Post Aug 27,1944 M5 Scheduled Events in Arlington Co. Meeting of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA at the Evans Coffee Shop 4770 Lee Highway on Tuesday 8pm
Washington Post May 25,1944 11 Izaak Walton League to Meet Next Tuseday Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the Izaak Walton League to hold its regular meeting May 30th at the Evans Coffee Shoppe at Lee Highway and Glebe Road. Note misprint in original Headline
Washington Post Mar 26,1944 M4 Coming Activities In Arlington Meeting of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA at the Evans Coffee Shop 4770 Lee Highway on Tuesday 8pm
Herndon Observer Aug 26, 1943 1 Joint exercise of Northern VA VRM units including Company No.7 at Manassas Battlefield.
Fairfax Herald Dec 4, 1942 1 Arlington Fairfax Chapter seeking to collect waterfowl feathers and down from local hunters to be used for the war effort.
Alexandria Gazette Sep 28, 1942 2 Sportsmen In Fairfax To Form Militia Meeting to be held the next day for the purpose of forming a Company of the Virginia Reserve Militia in Fairfax County.
Herndon Observer Sep 24, 1942 1 Will Organize Fairfax Militia Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to assist in the organization of a Company of the Virginia Reserve Militia in Fairfax County.
Alexandria Gazette Jul 1, 1942 1 Arlington 'Minute Men' To Be Formed Meeting sponsored by the Arlington Fairfax Chapter at the Evans Coffee Shop the previous evening was attended by 30 people. Plans to go forward with creation of Virginia Reserve Militia Unit.
Washington Post Jun 30, 1942 20 Waltons to Form Militia Company Announcement of a meeting at the Evans Coffee Shop that night by members of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA for the purpose of organizing a Company of the Virginia Reserve Militia.
Alexandria Gazette Jun 29, 1942 2 Izaak Walton League Plans To Form Minute-Men Group Special meeting the next day at the Evans Coffee Shop for the purpose of creating a unit of the Virginia Reserve Militia.
Washington Post Feb 20, 1942 24 Open Meeting Tonight for Va. Sportsmen Arlington Fairfax Chapter to host meeting at the Masonic Hall in Cherrydale, VA to discuss Game legislation
Washington Post Nov 13, 1941 28 Turkey Shoot The Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA to sponsor a Turkey Shoot at the Lee Boulevard Field on the (border of Arlington and Fairfax Counties?).
Washington Post Mar 7, 1941 25 Bill Ackerman On Fishing Reference to Article in the Arlington Fairfax Chapter newsletter regarding meeting attendance.
Washington Post Jan 21 1941 21 Bill Ackerman Outdoors Arlington Fairfax Chapter taking a leading role in opposing commercial netting of freshwater game fish.
Washington Post Jan 16, 1941 22 Bill Ackerman Outdoors Commercial netting of Black Bass, Reference to the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA
Washington Post Jan 11, 1941 SP4 Bill Ackerman Outdoors Arlington Fairfax Chapter opposition to commercial netting of freshwater sport fish
Washington Post Jan 10, 1941 20 Bill Ackerman Outdoors Mention of the Arlington Fairfax Chapter of the IWLA's opposition to commercial netting of fresh water Bass.
Washington Post Jan 9, 1941 22 Bill Ackerman Outdoors Arlington Fairfax Chapter charging that there is "direct evidence of bad faith and duplicity on the part of the Game and Inland Fisheries Commission" regarding commercial netting of freshwater bass.
Washington Post Jan 1, 1941 16 Bill Ackerman Outdoors Efforts by the Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA to increase Quail populations.
Washington Post Nov 12,1939 14 Fairfax Chest Fill 65 Pct. Of Its Budget The Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA to hold Turkey Shoot on Saturday at 2 and 7 pm. Listed under Scheduled activities in Fairfax County during the week.
Washington Post Sep 17, 1939 14 Walton League Picnic The Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA to hold it's second outdoor meeting at Bill Anderson's Camp on Broad Run.
Fairfax Herald Sep 15, 1939 1 Izaak Walton Picnic The Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA to hold a picnic at Bill Anderson's Camp on Broad Run next Sunday it's second outdoor meeting there.
Washington Post Jul 29, 1939 11 Izaak Walton Outing The Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA to hold it's first annual outing at Bill Anderson's Camp on Broad Run today.
Washington Post Jul 23, 1939 10 Work Will Begin Tomorrow On Scout Cabin in Falls Church Announcement of Picnic of the Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA at Bill Anderson's camp on Broad Run in Prince William County
Herndon News Observer Jul 20,1939 10 Falls Church Waltonians To Hold Outdoor Session Advertises first annual outdoor meeting on Saturday July 29, 1939 at Bill Anderson's Camp on Broad Run. Activities to include fly casting, skeet shooting, softball, and horseshoes followed by a barbeque. Includes directions to Anderson Camp.
Alexandria Gazette Jul 19,1939 10 Falls Church Waltonians Annual Outing Saturday Falls Church IWLA Chapter to hold first annual outdoor meeting at Bill Anderson's Camp on Broad Run Saturday July 29th.
Washington Post May 4,1939 1 Bill Ackerman on Fishing Seminar on fly fishing and casting by the National Capital Casting Club at the regular meeting of the Falls Church Chapter IWLA. Fly casting practice held every Saturday at the Lincoln Reflecting Pool from 2 to 5 pm.
Sun, Northern Virginia Feb 3,1939 1 Walton League Elects Calvin Helms As Head Election of Falls Church Chapter Officers at the Masonic Temple in East Falls Church. Mention of book written by Chapter Members on Wildlife Restoration and Game Management as well as the Bustard Commission
Washington Post Jan 28,1939 13 Helms Heads Anglers Election of Falls Church Chapter Officers at the Masonic Temple in East Falls Church
Washington Post Jan 28,1939 24 Miss Rogers Again to Seek Fairfax Post Under the subtitle "Walton League Elects" announces that Calvin Helms elected President of Falls Church Chapter of IWLA
Outdoor America Jan. 1939 p. 12 Falls Church on the Job Membership drive of Falls Church Chapter - Fall Church Chapter Report on Wildlife Restoration and Game Management in Virginia being provided to Commission headed by VA State Senator Bustard.
Washington Post Nov 30, 1938 16 Dr Magee to Speak Dr M Arcy Magee to speak at Falls Church IWLA Chapter Meeting tomorrow night
Sun, Northern Virginia Sep 23, 1938 1 Meeting Thursday For Walton League Falls Church IWLA meeting to include report Virginia Division convention held in Alexandria, VA.
Herndon News Observer Sep 22,1938 1 Izaak Walton League to Consider Reports Meeting of the Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA in the Masonic Hall at East Falls Church. Report on efforts to reduce pollution in the Potomac River.
Sun, Northern Virginia Aug 19, 1938 1 Izaak Walton To Meet Falls Church IWLA members to decide on questions to be submitted by the Chapter to the "Bustard Game Investigating Committee".
Sun, Northern Virginia Mar 25, 1938 1 200 Attend Banquet of Walton League Highlights of Wildlife conservation banquet held at the George Mason Hotel in Alexandria, VA.
Fairfax Herald Mar 18, 1938 1 WILDLIFE BANQUET Wildlife Banquet sponsored by the Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA to be held at the George Mason Hotel in Alexandria on Wednesday March 23, 1938.
Herndon News Observer Feb 17, 1938 1 REEL SPORTSMEN TO WITNESS SPECIAL MOVIES Membership Meeting of the Falls Church IWLA Chapter, report of the wildlife legislative program. "Moving Pictures" to be shown.
Fairfax Herald Feb 4, 1938 1 WANT LEGISLATION To Prevent Paper Mills and Other Plants from Ruining Fishing Meeting of officers of the Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA with VA Wildlife Federation to get their support for pollution control legislation.
Herndon News Observer Aug 19,1937 1 Izaak Walton League Meets In Falls Church Meeting of the Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA in the Masonic Hall at East Falls Church. Discussion on Fish and Game Law Enforcement in Northern Virginia.
Sun, Northern Virginia Feb 26, 1937 1 Trout Distributed In Wheeler's Run Falls Church IWLA members assist local game warden to stock 760 brook trout in what is known today as Colvin Run.
Sun, Northern Virginia Feb 12, 1937 1 Izaak Walton League to Hold Another Public Meeting On Game Problems Public is invited to Falls Church IWLA meeting.
Fairfax Herald Jan 13, 1937 1 Walton League Officers Results of Falls Church IWLA Chapter Election held January 7, 1937.
Sun, Northern Virginia Oct 22, 1936 1 Walton League Meeting to Be Open to Public Public is invited to Falls Church IWLA meeting to see film on game conservation.
Fairfax Herald Oct 2, 1936 1 Talk Enjoyed Falls Church IWLA Chapter Crow shooting contest extended to December 15th.
Fairfax Herald Sep 11, 1936 1 CONTEST UNDER WAY Mossberg 22 cal rifle is the prize in the Falls Church IWLA Chapter's Crow shooting contest. To qualify, a participant must present the right foot from a minimum of 25 crows. Shooting a hawk or owl is equal to shooting 3 crows.
Sun, Northern Virginia Sep 3, 1936 3 WALTON LEAGUE TO HOLD CONTEST Falls Church IWLA Chapter plans for crow shooting contest, each contestant must shoot at least 25 crows. Plans for stocking local streams and the Alexandria reservoir with black bass, constructing skeet field.
Sun, Northern Virginia Aug 6, 1936 1 Walton League to Stock Fairfax Fields and Streams Falls Church IWLA Chapter plans to breed quail for release into woods and to stock local streams.
Sun, Northern Virginia Jul 30, 1936 1 Fish Placed in Creek 900 bass and 400 crappies stocked in Goose Creek by George Crossman of the Falls Church IWLA. Fish were obtained from the Federal Hatchery at Fort Belvoir.
Fairfax Herald May 1, 1936 1 Walton League Meeting Falls Church IWLA Meeting held last Thursday. Membership Adopt a resolution calling for State Conservation Commission to halt purse netting in lower Potomac and Chesapeake Bay. Chapter is sponsoring a Crow and Hawk shooting contest from September 15th to November 15th.
Sun, Northern Virginia Apr 30, 1936 1 Isaac Walton League Holds Meeting Tonight Meeting to be held at the Masonic Temple in East Falls Church. Motion pictures on fishing to be shown.
Fairfax Herald Apr 10, 1936 4 Fishermen Elect Chapter elections. Members vote to seek aid of Rep. Howard Smith to secure passage of bill to prevent stream pollution
Sun, Northern Virginia Apr 2, 1936 2 CROSSMAN HEADS LIST OF OFFICERS OF IZAAK WALTONS Falls Church IWLA Chapter Election Results.
Sun, Northern Virginia Feb 13, 1936 4 Grain for Quail Available From Isaac Walton League Falls Church IWLA Chapter distributing grain obtained from the State of Virginia for the purpose of feeding wild quail.
Fairfax Herald Dec 6, 1935 6 Short News Notes Found in column 4, the blurb reads "A branch of the Isaac Walton League of fishermen, is to be organized at Falls Church, Friday of this week"

Additional Material

Other documents and newspaper articles related to the Izaak Walton League and or the Arlington Fairfax Chapter

http://hdl.handle.net/1920/307 George Mason University - Mann Collection
Arlington Fairfax Chapter Monthly Bulletin for January 1954. - Associated Letter from C. Harrison Mann to Arlington Fairfax Chapter President George Grove dated January 28, 1954

Records of Company No. 7 Virginia Reserve Militia Arlington County Public Library -
Call number RG 90: Company No. 7: Virginia Reserve Militia 1942-1945
Washington Post May 23, 1944 p.3 Va. MinuteMen Near to 8000 Full Strength Virginia Reserve Militia with 7891 officers and men comes close to its authorized strength of 8000.
Washington Post Jun 23, 1942 p.21 Virginia Hunters Organize Tonight For Defense First Co. of Virginia Reserve Militia to be organized at a meeting in Alexandria. Stated purpose to thwart a possible parachute invasion.
Virginia General Assembly 1938 Wildlife Restoration and Game Management in Virginia Bound volume printed by Virginia General Assembly. Authored by the Falls Church Chapter of the IWLA. 104 pages. Special Collections University of Virginia
Call # SK457.I9 1938.
Washington Post Mar 29,1927 p. 11 Dilg Rites Tomorrow; Was Fish Enthusiast Obituary for Will Dilg Founder of the Izaak Walton League of America
Chicago Tribune Apr 10, 1926 p. 21 DILG FORCED OUT; C. W. FOLDS HEADS IZAAK WALTONS by BOB BECKER Will Dilg forced out as president the Izaak Walton League of America at the National Convention.

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