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ACSGW Hosts Free Lunch and Learn Summer Camp

The Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington announced on June 30 that it will offer the Adventist Lunch & Learn free summer camp for children and teens at the John Nevins Andrews School in Takoma Park. According to a news release, ACSGW is a cosponsor for the camp, which offers math, English, computer skills training and swimming. The effort […]

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Guerci to be Sworn in as Student Member of School Board

Eric Guerci, a rising junior at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, is scheduled to be sworn in as the 38th Student Member of the Montgomery County Board of Education July 1, at 7 p.m., at the Carver Educational Services Center in Rockville. Eric will be sworn in by Clerk of Court Barbara Meiklejohn. Eric was elected to serve a […]

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MCPS Student Named in Discovery Education Challenge

A Robert Frost Middle School student is among the 10 finalists in the 2015 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge. Iris Gupta, a rising seventh-grade student, is scheduled compete for the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” on Oct. 12 to 13 and can win a $25,000 prize at 3M headquarters in Minnesota. Middle school […]

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Wootton High School to Host Memorial For Alex Murk and Calvin Li Tonight

Wootton High School is hosting a memorial tonight for the two students who died in a fatal car crash last week. The memorial for Alex Murk and Calvin Li is planned for 7 – 9 p.m. tonight (June 30th) in the high school’s auditorium, according to a note posted on the school’s website. The media […]

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County Planning Trip to El Salvador (VIDEO)

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is scheduled to lead a delegation on a five-day trip to sister city Morazán, El Salvador in November. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more of its local programming.

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Project Search Graduation (VIDEO)

It was a celebration of individuals who have graduated from the county’s Project Search. After ten months interning in various county departments, the group had the opportunity to gain experience and develop specific job skills that should help them grow and thrive in the workplace. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more […]

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Gilchrist Center Announces Summer Classes

The Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity, Montgomery County’s official welcome center for immigrants and new residents, has announced its summer 2015 classes and programs. Among the classes offered are citizenship preparations, basic computer training and more. The center has offices in Germantown, Gaithersburg, Wheaton, and Silver Spring. Germantown office also offers pro bono legal clinics while […]

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Local English School Searching For Host Families in Montgomery County

Montgomery County families have a chance to host exchange students from all over the world. EF International Language Center, an English school located in Takoma DC, is searching for host families from July 12 to August 15 or more. “We are a year-round school and we’re always looking for host families,” said Liz Hallett, host […]

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Wootton Principal: ‘Thoughts and Prayers with Families Involved in this Tragedy’

The principal of Wootton High School says the the school will offer grief counseling for the community on Monday. Principal Michael Doran posted a letter on the school’s website on Friday following a fatal car crash that claimed the life of two students late Thursday night. “As many of you might have seen on the […]

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Raskin Calls New Silver Spring Library “The Most Beautiful Library in the World” (VIDEO)

In this MyMCMedia extra, Maryland State Senator Jamie Raskin addresses the community during the opening of the new Silver Spring Library. “This is the most beautiful library in the world,” Raskin said. The building has five floors, but the library only takes up the top three floors. With approximately 100,000 books, Hamilton called the place […]

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