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The NIH Community Orchestra Presents: An Old and New Worlds Holiday Concert

The NIH Community Orchestra Presents: An Old and New Worlds Holiday Concert

The following information was sent to us by Teddi Pensinger:

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Community Orchestra and Chorus in association with The East Avenue Ensemble of Chevy Chase present “An Old and New Worlds Holiday Concert”.  The concert will take place on Saturday December 3, 2011 at 2:00 p.m.

A tale of Thanksgiving kindness in our Nation's Capital

A tale of Thanksgiving kindness in our Nation's Capital

 

In the midst of the holiday shopping onslaught, it's good to remember the true meaning of the season. A friend of mine, Terence Tomlin, a chef and one-time front man of the phenomenal funk band The Mighty Heard, posted a story on Facebook that brought a tear to my eye. I think Terry's story deserves a bigger audience, so here it is, in his own words:

 

"Last Tuesday on my way to work I saw a lady struggling with her three kids. Looking at them reminded me of June 1980 when my mother took me, my brother and sister out of a abusive household leaving Bridgeport for California.

Community Shred Event Comes to Prince George's County

Community Shred Event Comes to Prince George's County

 

The following information was sent to us by Carol Terry:

 

Prince George’s County Government will serve as co-hosts along with NBC4, PNC Bank, Shred-It and Prince George’s Community College at the NBC4 Safe and Secure Community Shred on December 3, 2011. This is the sixth free shredding event that will be held at the Prince George’s Community College.

 

Prince George’s County Minority Business Division Recognizes Native American Month

Prince George’s County Minority Business Division Recognizes Native American Month

 

The following information was sent to us by Denise Roberts:

 

In the spirit of Native American Month, the Prince George’s County Minority Business Development Division (MBDD) and Prince George’s FSC First present a Capital One Bank Event, “Doing Business with Prince George’s County – Getting Your Business Financials in Order.”