Happy Holidays from all of us at 725 8th St SE ! From all of us at Capitol Hill Village, wishing you a peaceful and calm holiday season. As for the staff and office volunteers, we are ringing in the New Year in our same space at 725 8th St. SE. Curl up with a…

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Due to rain, Walk the Vote has been postponed until Monday, October 19. The event will occur on the same schedule, starting at 10 am on Monday in front of Ramsey Aquatic Center. Please join us then to celebrate voting rights heroes, and our own right to vote. If you haven’t already registered and would…

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Mayor Bowser just announced that the Public Health Emergency that was due to expire this week has been extended until December 31. Current rules and restrictions will remain in place, with some minor changes. To read the Mayor’s order, you can click HERE. It would be fair to say that things have not gotten significantly…

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Click here to download a PDF of the October 2020 News. This issue is chock full of things you need to read. Download the PDF, get something to drink, and dig into these stories: Lots of Options for Casting your Ballot, page 1 Don’t Forget your Flu Shot, page 1 Welcome Bruce Brennan as the…

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Click here to download a PDF of the September 2020 News. The September issue of the Village News also offers: An update on the Prospects for an Adult Day Care on Capitol Hill, p. 1 CHV Sets Guidance for Resuming Volunteer Activities Safely During COVID-19. p. 11 Registration is open for the Sept. 25-26 LGTBQ…

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Click here to download a PDF of the August 2020 CHV News. Members share photos, art, poetry, and more in this issue: Tom Zaniello explores pandemic cinema, p. 1 Donna Breslin is all dressed up, pp. 1 & 2 Deborah Hanlon helps fight hunger, p. 1 Stephanie Deutsch on John Lewis, p. 8 Andy Jampoler’s…

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Click here to download a PDF of the July 2020 CHV News! Upcoming book selections for the CHV History and Biography Group and the CHV Literary Club (page 5) Meet the Metzgers (page 6) Meeting Transportation Needs for Seniors and People with Disabilities (pages 8-9) And much more.

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Click here to download a PDF of the June 2020 CHV News. Members share their experiences during the pandemic (page 6). If you forgot to send in your story, you have another chance: The August CHV News will be all about you! Send stories about the pandemic — or anything that interests you or that…

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DC Stay At Home Order Extended through June 8, 2020. At the Mayor’s Wednesday, May 13 Situational Update, the District provided details on the status of the pandemic in the District and made clear that the District has not yet met the conditions recommended by experts for scaling back on social distancing.

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The Washington Home is offering a COVID-19 Virtual Support Group. The support group meets for 60-minutes on Wednesdays from 10AM to 11AM EST and is dedicated to seniors and caregivers, but all are welcome! Discussions will include emotional wellness strategies, community resources, as well as, provide space for participants to reflect on their thoughts and concerns. This 5-session support group will cover the following topics: Anticipatory Grief (4/22/20) Preparedness…

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