National Battery Day, Youth Black History, Citizen Police Academy and More Inside Community’s Choice

The Prince George’s County Family Justice Center has extended its hours to provide services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and elder abuse.

The Annapolis Film Festival is seeking submissions for its 2024 Short Films Challenge.  The deadline is February

February 18th is National Battery Day and the Prince William County Solid Waste Division has some important information it wants residents to know about the care, storage, and disposal of batteries. 

Watch DC youth show their gifts and talents.  Come out to the 11th Annual Momma’s Safe Haven DC’s Youth Got Talent Black History Showcase Monday, February 26th at the THEARC in SE.

Prince George’s County Police Department is now accepting applications for the Citizens Police Academy.  You must apply by March

The Fort Washington Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is implementing Project POWER, a reentry readiness program to offer women a second chance at life after incarceration.

Do you have a community event to share with the DMV?  Email Renee Nash at at least three weeks prior to your event. 

Take a stand for your health.  Join Healthy DC and Me Leadership Coalition for their Dialysis Rally to Congress February 29th.