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- Hospice Caring Celebrates 25 Years of Service
- Potomac’s Mike Hammer Adjusts as Ambassador to Chile
- Teaching Financial Skills
- Samaritan’s Feet Comes to Rising Hope
- Residents Nominated for Service Awards
- Fort Hunt Softball Celebrates Opening Day
- Bishop Ireton Girls’ Lax Eyes WCAC, State Titles
- South County Boys’ Lax Beats State Champion Chantilly
- Herndon Softball Edges Marshall in Eight Innings
- Whitman’s Berson Tosses 3-Hit Shutout Against WJ
- Letter: Expansion Needs More Data
- Letter: Heed Posted Speed Limit
- Letter: Wiser Use of Federal Tax Dollars
- Letter: Saddened by Anti-Semitic Violence
- Letter: Renew Commitment To City’s Seniors
- Meadowood Stables Remain Open During Renovation
- Who is Trailing Don Beyer in Hotly Contested Democratic Primary?
- Beyer Rakes in Campaign Cash in Democratic Primary
- Alexandria to Stop Dumping Human Waste into Potomac River by Earth Day 2035
- Advocates Urge Supervisors to ‘Invest in Fairfax’
Multiple programs for those at life’s end and for the families they leave behind.
In 1989, Penny Gladhill, and six other Frederick Hospice volunteers saw and felt the need for free hospice services in Montgomery County. With enthusiasm and determination, they initiated Hospice Caring — a nonprofit organization that has affected thousands of lives in Montgomery County for 25 years.
Strengthening U.S.-Chile ties.
On Wednesday, March 5, Mike Hammer was quietly residing in Potomac with his family where he enjoyed weekend walks to Starbucks and watching his children’s sports activities. However, one day later, he was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as ambassador to Chile — and life started moving at a breath-taking pace. Three days after the confirmation, he and his family boarded Air Force Two to fly to Santiago with Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine and former Gov. Frank Keating, president and CEO of the American Bankers Association, visited Hollin Meadows Elementary School on Friday, April 11 to teach a financial literacy lesson to the school’s fourth graders. The event was sponsored by American Bankers Association and was part of its 18th annual Teach Children To Save Day.
300 pairs of shoes go to youth in need.
The halls at Rising Hope United Methodist Church were thronged Monday, April 14, as parents brought their children for an Easter footwashing in Christ’s memory and to receive new shoes at no cost.
With the theme “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Impact,” Volunteer Fairfax, along with the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, will honor real-life superheroes at the Fairfax County Volunteer Service Awards. The gala celebration will be held Friday, April 25 at The Waterford in Springfield.