Community’s Choice for Week of August 7th 2016

Alpha Boat Ride

Get ready for a fun evening with the brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Join them for their fundraiser white and gold boat party cruise August 13th aboard the Spirit of Mount Vernon.   301-275-7294


Backpack Giveaway

Help DC youth get ready for back to school. Come out august 20th to the Ocase Foundation’s Annual Backpack School Supply Giveaway at Rita’s Ice in NE. www.ocasefoundation,org


DC Rally 4 Refugees

Spread the word. Join DC Rally 4 Refugees August 28th at the Sylvan Theater for a day of organizing to support those fleeing war torn countries. www.dcrally4refugees.org


White Party

It’s a White Party and you are invited to attend August 26th at the VIP Room in NW. The party is sponsored by the DC Chapter of Dillard Goldsboro Alumni and Friends, Inc. 301-776-7598


Youth Summit

Help keep youth on the right track. Bring your youngster out to the 22nd Annual Hoops 4 Peace Anti-Violence Youth Summit and 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament August 13th at the Show Place Arena. www.communitykinshipcoalition.org


Foreclosure Help

DC residents if you are having trouble paying your mortgage… Housing Counseling Services urges you to call their foreclosure prevention and legal services hotline. 202-265-2255


Delta Community Day

The Federal City Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority invites you to its annual Community Day August 20th. It’s free at the rise community center in se. www.fcacdst.org


Film Festival

Enjoy a night at the movies. The African Diaspora International Film Festival kicks off August 19th at the GW Marvin Center. www.nyadiff.org


Immunizations

Howard University Faculty Practice Play is offering Back to School Physicals and Immunizations every Saturday during the Month of August.  Walk in’s only from 8am to 12pm.  202-865-2111

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