It’s Tuesday, Feb. 14, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County.
1. Valentine’s Day: As many people know, falling in love is a magical experience. A person’s body experiences changes when love hits. MyMCM spoke with Dr. Fabian Sandoval, CEO, and research director at the Emerson Clinical Research Institute in Washington, D.C., about the health effects of falling in love and what happens to the body when a person experiences a breakup with someone he or she loves:
2. Montgomery County Council: Session starts at 9:00 a.m. with a Proclamation recognizing the Divine Nine Fraternities and Sororities, by Councilmember Sayles and Councilmember Jawando B. and a Proclamation recognizing Teen Dating Violence Prevention Month, by Councilmember Katz and County Executive Marc Elrich
See agenda here.
3. Montgomery College: Learn more about how to stop sexual harassment today at 2pm, via Zoom.
Sexual harassment is a crime. It is not tolerated at MC.
Ensure we all know it so we can name it and stop it.
Learn more about stopping it, Feb 14 at 2pm, via Zoom. Register at https://t.co/Se4ftbtMfF Chance to win a prize! YOU MUST attend TO WIN. @montgomerycoll#mcshawcenter pic.twitter.com/GysX585c7T
— SHaW Center Montgomery College (@CenterShaw) February 13, 2023
To register click here.
4. Transportation: Metro is asking anyone interested in providing input on the strategic plan to complete an online survey by Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 5 p.m.
5. Montgomery County Recreation: Customer service office will close at noon today
SERVICE ALERT: Our customer service office will close at noon on Tuesday, Feb. 14! Make sure to plan ahead if you have any questions for our team 💻➡️ https://t.co/8earp11wxk. pic.twitter.com/pVzxNSfGPs
— Montgomery County Recreation (@MoCoRec) February 12, 2023
More information here.
And One More Thing: Residents are encouraged to stay current on changing weather conditions by signing up for ‘Alert Montgomery.’
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