October 3, 2023
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- CHV begins its 16th year with a new slate of officers ready to build on accomplishments of the past year and encouraging members to get involved with the Board committees. See pages 1 & 4.
- Executive Director Judy Berman cautions that COVID is still with us, and encourages members to stay up-to-date on their vaccines. Two vaccine clinics—for COVID, flu, and RSV—are scheduled in October with more planned. See pages 1–2 and 3–4.
- When you get a donation request from CHV, it’s good to know why. Board member Bruce Brennan explains the organization’s finances and how support and endorsement from members and the Capitol Hill community are instrumental in securing grants from government agencies and philanthropic foundations, an important income source for CHV. See page 6.
- Villagers didn’t stop moving in September when they racked up points in search of one of the prizes awarded at the Genderson Fund Wine Reception. Get Your Move On! hasn’t ended, however; CHV affinity groups and other activities offer plenty of opportunity for continuing to stay active. See page 8 for GYMO! and the October events list starting on page 12.