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Lee Franconia Football League
6601 Telegraph Rd, Alexandria, VA 22310
The Lee Franconia Football League is a youth football program that has served the Franconia area for more than 60 years.More Players aged 7 to 16 are placed on contact football teams based on weight, and compete within the Fairfax County Youth Football League. Lee Franconia is a member of the NFL-backed USA Football organization and also provides cheer-leading opportunities at the same age group. The Lee Franconia Wolverines practice at Lee District Park, and parents of players are invited to attend open meetings at the Lee District RECenter from 7pm to 9pm on the third Thursday of each month from November through July.
Lee District Supervisor's Office
6121 Franconia Rd, Alexandria, VA 22310
The offices of the Lee District Supervisor are located in Franconia Government Center, along with the Franconia MuseumMore and the Fairfax County Police Department's Franconia District station. Franconia Government Center also has a meeting room available on a first-come, first-served basis for nonprofit organizations. There is no fee to rent the room.
Lee District RECenter
6601 Telegraph Rd, Franconia, VA 22310
Lee District RECenter is an 83,600-square-foot facility managed by the Fairfax County Park Authority and located in LeeMore District Park off of Telegraph Road. The center contains a pool area, gymnasium and fitness facility, complete with basketball courts, a running track, fitness equipment and more. Sections of the facility are available to rent for parties and other private events, and a half-day preschool is also available. 
Franconia Museum
6121 Franconia Rd, Alexandria, VA 22310
The Franconia Museum was founded in 2006 and is located in Franconia Government Center, along with the Lee DistrictMore Supervisor's office and the FCPD's Franconia District Station. The museum is home to a wealth of information about the Franconia area and houses artifacts dating back to the Civil War. Franconia Museum keeps the community's heritage alive for present and future generations.
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