Click here to download a PDF of the July/August Village News.

In the July-August CHV News:

  • Be Cool, Capitol Hill.  Tips for avoiding the heat and how you can access one of the DC Cooling Centers. See pages 1 & 2.
  • The CHV Advocacy Team continues its push to close gaps in availability and pay for home health aides—in testimony before the DC Council Committee on Health. See page 5.
  • The National Park Service is seeking community input on the redesign of Anacostia Park, a redesign that will form a continuous link for people on both sides of the Anacostia river. See page 5.
  • The CHV Anti-Racist Reading Group winds up a year of in-depth focus on three acclaimed books. Judy Canning reflects on their impact. See page 8.
  • The Jon Genderson Memorial Fund helps ensure that any resident of Capitol Hill can join and participate in the benefits of the Capitol Hill Village.  We have a $10,000 match challenge for contributions received by July 20. Join us July 15 for an in-person gathering on the Hill! See pages 11 and 15.