There is so much to do in April! No April Fooling, there is an April 1 Village Voices about Alice Dunnigan who was a pioneer of the National Black Press (page 13). On April 23, don’t miss Living Peacefully with Your Family as Your Parents Age, with Sig Cohen, Brad Johnson, and Angela Beckham (page 18). Tour Gettysburg, PA and the Eisenhower Historic Site on April 3–4 with the Travel Club (page 15). All the affinity groups are meeting this month, including Easy Strollers. Take a leisurely stroll with other members to see the cherry blossoms at Congressional Cemetery (page 20). And April 3 and 17, learn Mahjong with a new group that meets twice monthly (page 16). Phew!
When you have a moment to sit down and read, learn about the Road Map for CHV, 2019–2023. Phil Guire, president of CHV, lays out the large framework categories and next steps (page 3). Executive Director Molly Singer reviews the impressive progress made in the 2014-2018 Strategic Plan (page 1). See photos and coverage of the March 2 Fly Me to the Moon Gala (page 8). Psst: there are a few Salon Dinner seats still to be had (page 11).