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Cut It For a Cause (Video)

Bella Bethesda Salon hosted “Cut it for a Cause.” The stylists offered free haircuts to those clients who cut ten or more inches of hair to donate to Locks of Love. Locks of Love is an organization that makes wigs for children who are suffering from long-term medical hair loss. I also spoke with Emma […]

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Taking Time To Cook (Video)

Kasey Cunningham

Kasey Cunningham reports her progress on with the SNAP Challenge in this video log.

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Day Two of the SNAP Challenge (Photos)

photo of Kasey Cunningham

Hello to those following the SNAP Challenge! This is my day two SNAP Challenge Post. I have received a couple of messages and questions asking more about myself and my official “SNAP Challenge Plan” so I wanted to address. I’m just a 23 year-old girl living by myself in an apartment in Washington D.C., picture […]

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SNAP Challenge Day 1 (Video)

Photo of Kasey Cunningham

I was asked to participate in the SNAP Challenge and vlog about my experiences! I can only spend $5 a day on food. My first day I was unprepared so I survived on some oatmeal, soup and toast. I finally headed to the grocery store to get set for the week.

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Day of Service (Photos)

Encouraged by President Barack Obama, area Montgomery County residents participated in the National Day of Service on Saturday, January 19. The International Cultural Center hosted the Interfaith Youth Against Hunger event where residents of different faiths gathered to make over 700 sandwiches for homeless shelters around the county. The children made signs for the shelters […]

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Winter Fire Safety (Video)

Fire Demo Car Extraction

Captain Peter Corte of the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Department gives a few fire safety tips for this winter.

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Fall Crop Forecast (Video)

Butlers Pumpkin Patch

The summer drought has Montgomery County residents concerned. What does the fall crop forecast look like? Butler’s Orchard’s Pick-Your-Own manager gives the latest details on the prosperity of fall pumpkin picking.

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Congratulations Rachel Swartz (Video)

Kasey Cunningham at Green Jeans

Green Jeans is a brand new business located in the Kentlands. See how owners Valerie Dugan and Diane Strodel are featuring young local artists in their store. Learn more at Green Jeans.

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Brookeville One-Room Schoolhouse (Video)

Each year, on the last weekend of June, Heritage Montgomery hosts the annual Heritage Days Celebration. This two-day, free-of-charge, county-wide festival offers visitors an opportunity to sample numerous sites representing the history, culture and natural beauty of Montgomery County. MyMCMedia volunteer Kasey Cunningham visited the one-room schoolhouse in Brookeville to see what it was like […]

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Time Trials Kickoff

Picture of Yoav Rotman, 12 year old swimmer

The Montgomery County Swim League held swim team time trials throughout the county on Jun 9. Swimmers of all ages lined up at the starting block to race in freestyle, breast stroke, backstroke, and butterfly. Once a starting time is identified, swimmers will work all season to improve their time to reach a personal best […]

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