Kenneth McGee, the son of Betty S. McGee of Fairfax, celebrated the new year with an appearance in the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif. McGee performed in the holiday parade as a member of the 1985-1986 McDonald's All-American High School Band, composed of two high school musicians from each state and the District of Columbia. McGee is a student at Chantilly High School. The other Virginia musician was Keith Hinton of Yorktown. All-Women Art Show Set
The following local artists are participating in "Independent Visions," an all-women art show featuring paintings, prints and collages:
Joan Liebman of Alexandria, Gesine Noonan of Annandale, Helen Ottoway of Alexandria, Kathleen Schall of Arlington, Louise Craven of Vienna and Irmgard Schwarz of Falls Church.
The show will open Feb. 9 with a free public reception from 2 to 4 p.m. and continue through the end of the month at the George Mason University Metro Campus Gallery, 3401 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington. Local Members of VPI Group
The following local residents have been selected as members of The New Virginians, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University's musical show group that performs within and outside the state. Karen Geisinger, the daughter of John and Thelma Geisinger of Fairfax, serves as manager and dance captain. Ann Carter, the daughter of John and Charlotte Carter of McLean; Denise McGiffin, the daughter of James and Mary McGiffin of Fairfax; Kari Morrisette, the daughter of Douglas and Barbara Morrisette of Fairfax and Darlene Weatherly, the daughter of Roger and Pat Weatherly of Vienna, are all members of the public relations staff. Journalism Teacher Honored
Carol Amster Franco of Alexandria and Silver Spring, who teaches journalism at West Springfield High School, was named a special recognition adviser at the National Scholastic Press Association's annual convention in Cleveland. Franco was one of 12 advisers in the nation recognized by The Dow Jones Newspaper Fund in its 1985 competition. Interim Pastor Is Named
The Rev. Glenwood P. Roane has been named interim pastor of the First Baptist Church of Vienna. Roane, who is also president of the Fairfax County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), served as pastor of this congregation from 1976 to 1980.