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Green Wheaton’s Executive Director Accepts Green Champions Award (VIDEO)

Wendy Howard, founder of Silver Spring-based WH Consulting also serves as the executive director of GreenWheaton, a local nonprofit promoting sustainable practices. She earned the Bethesda Magazine Green Champions Award for her work in the green arena. In this MyMCMedia Extra Howard talks about her award and her efforts. Related:

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Town of Poolesville Wins Green Champions Award (VIDEO)

The Town of Poolesville won Bethesda Magazine’s Green Champions award for its efforts in creating a sustainable community. Commissioner Valaree Dickerson was on-hand at the Bethesda Green Gala to accept the award. She talks about it in this MyMCMedia Extra.

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Friends of White Flint Seeks New Executive Director

Friends of White Flint, a nonprofit community organization, is seeking an executive director to take the place of Lindsay Hoffman who is leaving the helm of the organization in December. Hoffman has served as the executive director for the past two years. You an access the job description and qualifications for the part-time post here. […]

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Honest Tea’s Seth Goldman Talks about Influence of Bethesda Green (VIDEO)

Seth Goldman of Honest Tea and co-founder of Bethesda Green talks about the influence the organization has had on other communities’ sustainable efforts in this MyMCMedia Extra. Related:

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Van Hollen Calls Bethesda Green an “Inspiration”(VIDEO)

Congressman Chris Van Hollen attended the Bethesda Green Gala and had this to say about the efforts made by this organization promoting a sustainable community.

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Bethesda Green Gala Honors Local Sustainable Groups (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

It was easy being green Thursday night in Bethesda. More than 300 gathered at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club to celebrate the 5th annual Bethesda Green Gala. Even the name badges were made out of recycled materials and the plastic covering scheduled to be reused at the event that honored those who make […]

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Shades of Green: Free Trees Program

The Montgomery County Planning Department is offering free trees to qualifying property owners in certain urban districts of Montgomery County. The Shades of Green program, which was launched in 2012 as a pilot program, is now expanding to some additional areas of the county that have a high level of impervious surface in an effort […]

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5K Run for the Bay

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What could be better than a run in the park? How about a run that benefits the waters of the Chesapeake Bay watershed? The Chesapeake Bay Trust is hosting a 5K for the Bay on October 25th at Seneca Creek State Park, 11950 Clopper Road, in Gaithersburg. Participants will enjoy a 3.1 mile run/walk along […]

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Potomac Crest Residents File Lawsuit to Save Trees (Video)

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Some Potomac Crest residents filed a lawsuit this past summer to try and save some trees in their backyard. The residents said there next court date is scheduled for Oct. 8. MyMCMedia’s Sonya Burke reports.   Related:

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Montgomery College Adds Phone Interpretation Service (VIDEO)

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To serve its diverse student body and their families, Montgomery College has implemented a new phone interpretation service. MCTV reports. Visit our PEG partner MCTV10 (Montgomery College Television program schedule) to see more Montgomery College Television.

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