McLean Patch wants to help get the word out about a local fundraiser this weekend, organized to help save the Historic Pimmit Barn, located at 1845 Cherri Dr. in Pimmit Hills.
According to a press release written by the "Save the Pimmit Barn" committee, the Historic Pimmit Barn is the last surviving dairy barn inside the Beltway.
"Used by the McLean Youth Athletics (MYA) - a nonprofit association serving the needs of over four thousand families in Falls Church, McLean and Great Falls - for the last twenty years, the building serves as a landmark of the area’s rural past and remains a vital part of the neighborhood. But it may not be there for much longer."
The committee reports that more than 400 area residents have signed a petition to preserve the barn.
So if you're serious about saving the barn, consider donning a Halloween costume and joining the party. The first annual Save the Pimmit Barn Halloween Party, complete with live music, cake walk and face painting, will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Barn.
More details about the event are available on the McLean Patch community calendar.
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