Community’s Choice for Week of Monday, December 9, 2013

Wig Donations

Help the Wig Capitol Foundation spread joy for the holidays.  Drop off a wig to help women suffering from hair loss due to cancer or other medical conditions.  www.wigcapitolfoundation.org

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Fundraising Gala for Haiti

Hands Helping Healing Hands, Inc. is trying to build 10 homes in 2014 for victims still devastated by the earthquake in Haiti.  Attend their Red Diamond Holiday Fundraising Gala December 13th at the Greenbelt Marriott from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.  www.handshelpinghh.org

____________________________________Aquatics Job Fair

Are you in need of a job?  The Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission is hosting an Aquatics Job Fair at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex Saturday, January 4th from 10am to 2pm.  Admission is free.  www.pgparks.com.

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International Bazaar

The University of Maryland Pre-College Programs presents an International Bazaar Saturday, December 14th from 9am to 1pm at Silver Spring Civic Center.

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Howard University Public Charter School

Howard University Public Charter Middle School will host its Annual Open House Saturday, December 14th at 1pm.  Applications for 2014-2015 will be available.  202-806-7725.

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Domestic Violence Workshop

Still I Rise Inc. presents its Community Empowerment Series focusing on domestic violence and engaging the faith community December 19th thru 21st at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Prince George’s County.  www.stillirisemd.org.

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Class of 1966

The Theodore Roosevelt Class of 1966 is hosting a pre-50th class reunion holiday house party Saturday, December 28th from 9pm to 1am at the AKA House at 14th & Decatur Streets in NW.  You must RSVP by December 24th.  202-210-3161.

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Holiday Project

You can bring joy to those who are sick and shut-in during the holidays.  Join the Holiday Project of the National Capital Area.  To help out visit their website.  www.holidayproject.info.

 

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