Super article on Sterling’s beloved Tart Lumber, a family-owned enterprise since 1951, in the summer issue of Loudouner. Current owner and CEO Elizabeth “Libby” Tart Fritsche serves on the Board of Trustees of INMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center, where her leadership and generosity have made a tremendous impact on vulnerable children and families in Loudoun.
“If we can try to get families the help they need to combat homelessness and provide services to children who need after school care, that’s fantastic,” Libby says in the article. “I wish it could cure all the problems in Sterling but I hope it takes away some of the despair that children have.”
Read more about the Tart-Fritsche family and support Tart Lumber! http://www.loudountimes.com/pdf/special_sections/2017SummerLoudouner/mobile/index.html#p=44
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