Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Meeting Notices and Agenda Highlights To find links to your ANC's website, click here. Visit the District's ANC office to see maps of commission boundaries by ward. ANC 1B Lower Columbia Heights, Lower Georgia Avenue, Shaw, U Street, Pleasant Plains The...
The Friends of the Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park Library invite neighbors and friends from nearby communities to a slide show and memories presentation from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on March 5 in the 2nd floor conference room, 7420 Georgia...
Our monthly public meeting next Tuesday evening will feature the organization Historic Chevy Chase DC. The group’s mission is “to promote the architecture and history of Chevy Chase DC by doing research and educating our neighbors about our community’s...
At the Wilson Building on Feb. 8, Mark Pattison was recognized for his community service at D.C. Council member Anita Bonds’ Third Annual Community Cornerstones Recognition Ceremony.  Pattison has been an active member of the Shepherd Park community since his...
Concerns are growing among parents in our association’s area about Mayor Muriel Bowser’s proposed 2017-18 budget for the District’s public schools. As the number of students has grown, the mayor’s proposed rate of spending per pupil has not kept...
Alice Deal Middle School was rocking last weekend, as the seventh and eighth grade drama club delivered a standout performance of Disney’s “High School Musical.” Over the course of four shows, which ran from April 19 through 21, more than 100 students...
It took awhile to clear hurdles in the D.C. government bureaucracy, but a bench in honor of the late civil rights leader Julian Bond was finally dedicated this week. It was back in 2015 that Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3/4G...
Crime trends in our association’s area are encouraging. In the 60 days ending last Thursday, overall crime in Police Service Area 201 was down 30 percent compared with the same period last year, and reported thefts from vehicles showed...
Adjoining our neighborhood, “Reno City” was a thriving community a century ago, heavily African American but integrated. Its disappearance in the 1920s had racial overtones. Neil Flanagan, who wrote about Reno City in The Washington City Paper, will discuss...
  Now that spring is here, it’s time to catch up on all of the activities available at the Chevy Chase Community Center, the largest public recreation facility in our association’s area. It’s located at the corner of Connecticut Avenue...

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