Community’s Choice Week of August 13th, 2017

PG Credit Union

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.princegeorgescfcu.org/community or call 301-627-2666.


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


PG County Family Justice Center

If you or someone you love is in crisis, The Prince George’s County Family Justice Center, an initiative of the Circuit Court, provides holistic services to residents impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and elder abuse.  301-780-8008


Hand Dance

Get your dance on. The National Hand Dance Association is offering free youth and young adult dance classes on Saturdays thru September 23rd 866-583-0780


Taste of World Festival

Enjoy a day of diversity. Come out August 26th to the DC Taste of the World Festival at Emery Heights Recreation Center in NW.  www.dpr.dc.gov


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


Autism Funderaiser

Support persons with autism. Join Aaron’s Hope Inc. for its Chicken and Waffle fundraiser August 27th in Waldorf.  www.aaronshope.org


Montgomery County Health Department

The Montgomery County Health Department is offering free vaccinations for students entering 7th grade at county health clinics.  www.montgomerycountymd.gov/hhs

 

 

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