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Greg Wims has 29 years of volunteer service to the community. He is the producer of Montgomery Matters TV show on MCM, an 8th generation Montgomery County native, has volunteered with 60 non-profit organizations over 29 years and he is also the founder of the Victims’ Rights Foundation. He is... Read more

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Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

Fund raiser  for scholarships for MCPS students.

Excerpt taken from This Week at Laytonsville Elementary School.

The Montgomery County Public Schools Educational Foundation (MCPSEF) hosted three live productions of the game show Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader? The purpose of the production was to raise money in support of the foundation’s programs which provides grants to MCPS schools and to underscore the excellence of our fifth grade curriculum. Each elementary school was  asked to identify two students to be considered to participate in this production. From these two students, one student was chosen by the MCPSES to represent their individual school in the production. Mrs. Sagona and Ms. Mohr placed the names of each fifth grader in one of two boxes (one for girls and one for boys). Miss Sydney Braun and Mr. Kene Nwosu were randomly selected from the boxes. Laytonsville Elementary School participated in the show at Olney Theatre on April 29.

Greg Wims,School Board member Rebecca Smondrowski, First Lady Catherine Leggett,and School Board member Phil Kauffman.

Greg Wims,School Board member Rebecca Smondrowski, First Lady Catherine Leggett,and School Board member Phil Kauffman.

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Greg Wims

About Greg Wims

Greg Wims has 45 years of volunteer service to the community.He is the producer of Montgomery Matters TV show on MCM, an 8th generation Montgomery County native, has volunteered with 60 non-profit organizations over 45 years and he is also the founder of the Victims’ Rights Foundation. He is the area Governor for the Bethesda area Rotary Clubs. His place of employment is Bold Concepts, Inc. He has received over a 100 awards locally and internationally and has raised over 2 million dollars for charities.

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