Community’s Choice for the Week of August 6th 2017

Credit Union Community Day

Enjoy free shredding, moon bounce for the kids, home-buying seminars and more August 26th at the Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union’s Community Day Celebration. www.princegeorgesfcu.org


HU Immunizations

Get the kids ready for back to school head over to Howard University Hospital for back to school physicals and immunizations offered by the Howard University Faculty Practice Plan every Saturday during the month of August. 202-865-2111.


Sigma Gamma Rho Day Party

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority invites you to its Sigma Summer Breeze Day Party August 12th at Babylon in Woodbridge. Bring some school supplies for a needy youth. www.iessummerbreeze.eventbrite.com


McKinley Tech Class Reunion

The McKinley Tech Class of 1967 is celebrating its 50th Reunion August 12th. Classmates are encouraged to contact the Golden Reunion Committee. 202-297-1932.


Golf Tournament

Grab your golf clubs and join the Old Dominion Foundation for its 14th Annual Golf Tournament August 14th at the Dominion Valley Country Club in Haymarket, Virginia. www.olddominionfoundation.org


Delta Crab Feast

The ladies of the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority are hosting their 5th Annual Crab Feast Fundraiser August 19th. The fun goes down at the VFW Post in Woodbridge.  www.pwcacdst.org


Back to School Festival

The Greater Washington Urban League invites you to its 2017 Health and Wellness Back to School Festival August 12th at the Urban League. www.gwul.org


Heart to Hand

Heart to Hand, Inc. is now offering sexual health and wellness testing services in Prince George’s County to help combat STDs. www.hearttohandinc.org

 

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