Five Things to Know Today, Feb. 3, in Montgomery County
Don’t leave the house without an umbrella today. A flood watch has been issued for our area. Here are five more things to know today, Feb. 3, in Montgomery County:
1. Gaithersburg residents can register for the city’s popular summer camps beginning at 6 a.m. today.
3. Montgomery College’s popular Spring Speaker Series begins today with a lecture by Dr. Luis Branco at 1 p.m. at the college’s Germantown campus.
4. Photojournalist and White House news photographer Dennis Brack is scheduled to discuss his book, Presidential Picture Stories: Behind the Cameras at the White House, at the Bethesda Library tonight. Brack has covered the White House for over 50 years.
5. Six Montgomery County middle school students have won a national App Challenge for their mobile app concept, AutBuddy, to help students with autism communicate with their parents and teachers about progress on school work and tasks. Way to go!
- The acting principal of Wootton High School has written a letter of concern to parents and students about an upcoming spring break trip.
- Gaithersburg City Councilmember Henry Marraffa is battling leukemia.
- The County Council has confirmed Al Roshdieh as director of the DOT.
- It’s the Year of the Monkey.
Get involved with Montgomery Community Media! You are invited to our Advisory Council’s Feb. 10th meeting next week.