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Capitol Hill Village is Hiring (Again!)

Capitol Hill Village is Hiring (Again!)

Our Volunteer and Programs Coordinator, Meghan Wrinkle, was recently promoted to Care Services and Transportation Specialist, a newly grant-funded position. She will join the Care Services team as a resource coordinator, specializing in helping members access all types of transportation. While we celebrate Meghan’s next career step, we are working to fill the position of…

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DC Comprehensive Plan Update

CHV Needs Your Participation to tell DC Office of Planning (OP) seniors’ needs and thoughts about land use and development on Capitol Hill and across Ward 6.  Your Role: Attend the Ward 6 Office of Planning meeting on Wednesday, November 13 at St. Matthews Lutheran Church 222 M St SW. The meeting starts at 6…

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Hot Off the Press: The November Village News is Available!

Click here to download a PDF of the November 2019 Village News. Farewell to Molly. Thursday, November 21, from 4:00–7:00 p.m., the CHV Board is hosting a happy hour celebration and thanks for departing Executive Director Molly Singer. Location: Lockwood Apartments, 1339 E St. SE. Let’s send Molly on her way to Boston knowing how…

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New Part-Time Job Opportunity for Seniors

Village Launches New Transportation Initiative The Village is excited to announce a new peer-lead initiative to make transportation resources more available to all residents of Capitol Hill. We are actively recruiting for  our first cohort of Peer Health Educators (PHEs) who will work with low to moderate income seniors to improve their overall health and broaden their options when it comes to transportation.  …

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Getting Smarter About Transportation for Seniors & People with Disabilties

In collaboration with 10 DC Villages, CHV is spearheading efforts to provide seniors and people with disabilities multiple avenues to learn about additional transportation options in the region. This summer, Transportation Outreach Intern, Sebastian Oosterveld worked alongside CHV volunteers and staff to create comprehensive instructional videos on public and private transportation options.

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Art, Dementia & Care Givers

National Gallery of Art has a wonderful program called See Me at the Smithsonian around art, perception, and history. See Me is hosted at at five museums and in November they will be at National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum and Freer Gallery of Art. CHV staff collectively participated in a similar…

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CHV is a Hand Dance Mecca

CHV members and staff had a wonderful time at the Barracks Row Main Street Festival on September 28th. We were jamming to music and hand dancing. Next Hand Dance learn and do is Oct. 22. Call the office for details (202) 543 1778 or email info@capitolhillvillage.org. Free and open to the public! Look at these…

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CHV Board Brings on Two Additions

At its September Board meeting, CHV Board of Directors elected two new members to its team. Nancy spent her career in corporate marketing, strategy and brand management at several corporations, including MCI, Claritas, Sallie Mae and Hilton Worldwide.  In 1982, Nancy and her husband settled on Capitol Hill and raised two sons.  She served on…

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CHV Board Selects New ED

The Capitol Hill Village Board has hired a new executive director, Judy Berman.  You may recognize this face as Judy is a Capitol Hill resident seen biking around the neighborhood.  Judy is also a moderator for Mom’s on the Hill (MOTH).  She begins at CHV December 16th. Judy directs DC Appleseed’s work on child support,…

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Hot Off the Press: The October Village News is Available!

Click here to download a PDF of the October 2019 Village News. Meet our new Executive Director, Judy Berman. Story on page 1. Note that special welcome events for Judy will be forthcoming, and Molly will be here through the end of the year. Wellness Café: Understanding Memory Loss. Knowing the difference between age-related forgetfulness…

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