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Former Churchill athlete publishes book on life after sports.
Andy Dinkin, who grew up in Potomac and found his life in athletics, recently launched “Going Pro in Life,” a book and seminar designed to help student athletes create a strategy for landing a job after college.
The community is invited to celebrate Sunday, Oct. 6, 2-6 p.m.
On Tuesday, Jan. 12, the Montgomery County Board of Education voted to delay the start of returning small groups of students for in-person instruction.
Memorial Day passed, June arrived, school is “out,” it is time to open the pools.
Students share diverse talents.
Every year, students at Potomac Elementary School have a chance to share their talents with the school community during the Potomac’s Got Talent show.
Community, larger homes and yards, nearby parks, great schools drive demand.
Residents love Potomac for many reasons: good schools, convenient to all of Montgomery County and D.C., peaceful neighborhoods, and the sense of community.
MCPS Graduation week begins with Universal Virtual ceremony.
The Thomas S. Wootton High School Class of 2020 had two graduation ceremonies this week. Twice the usual number, doing double duty for the graduates who might be wishing for just one “normal” graduation.
The Montgomery County Board of Education met Friday, Nov. 6 to discuss, among other issues, to consider returning students to in-person classes in stages early next year.
What are the newly homebound doing with their time?
CJPVFD dedicates new engine in honor of longtime chief, Jim Seavey Sr.
Saturday’s dedication of the new fire engine #710 at Cabin John Park Volunteer Fire Department was a combination of different and traditional.
Standing-room-only crowd attends memorial service for Churchill student.
Potomac Community Center hosts Senior Olympics Ping Pong tournament
600 turn out for KEEN Community annual Sports Festival.
Andrew Friedson represents Potomac.