CHV Transportation Resource Guide In our efforts to provide on demand, easily accessible resources to our members and the larger community, CHV has created a Transportation Resource Guide of available transportation options within the region. This guide provides and overview of available public, private, and non-emergency medical transit options, the qualifications, service areas, accessibility features,…

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Click here to download a PDF of the January CHV News. CHV’S 2020 GALA AND AUCTION: The Roaring Twenties February 29, 7–10 p.m.—Save the Date!Join the CHV Board, sponsors, and friends on Leap Day, Saturday, February 29, at St. Mark’s Church for a smashing good time as we Lindy Hop our way into the new…

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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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Click here to download a PDF of the December 2019 CHV News Welcome to Judy Berman and Annual CHV Holiday Party. Wednesday, December 18 is the annual CHV Holiday Party and welcome for Judy Berman, the new Executive Director. This event will be at the Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, from 2:00–4:00 p.m. There…

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Capitol Hill Village welcomes our new Membership Champion, Aleshia Faust. Aleshia is passionate about building sustainable and diverse communities, and excited to bring that passion to CHV.  As the Membership Champion, she is eager to work with CHV members to promote programming that is culturally responsive to the many identities of our members. In her…

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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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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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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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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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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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