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On January 27, Arlene Hewitt was honored with the Flora Krause Casey Public Health Award by Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille at a City Hall ceremony. Presented annually, the award recognizes individuals who have promoted the public health and well-being of the Alexandria community. Photo provided
On January 27, Arlene Hewitt was honored with the Flora Krause Casey Public Health Award by Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille at a City Hall ceremony. Presented annually, the award recognizes individuals who have promoted the public health and well-being of the Alexandria community. Photo provided
Renate Chernoff, a resident of Riderwood retirement community in Silver Spring, is photographed with her metal weavings in a display titled “Never Again.” The six-panel series of titled tapestries portrays her personal feelings about the tragic events of the Holocaust that she witnessed as a girl from Breslau in the 1930s. The works of Mrs. Chernoff were part of A Feast for the Eyes III, a showcase of original artwork created by residents and staff of Riderwood held July 22-24. Photo courtesy of Riderwood retirement community
Renate Chernoff, a resident of Riderwood retirement community in Silver Spring, is photographed with her metal weavings in a display titled “Never Again.” The six-panel series of titled tapestries portrays her personal feelings about the tragic events of the Holocaust that she witnessed as a girl from Breslau in the 1930s. The works of Mrs. Chernoff were part of A Feast for the Eyes III, a showcase of original artwork created by residents and staff of Riderwood held July 22-24. Photo courtesy of Riderwood retirement community
Shaare Torah Congregation recently broke ground on its innovative new natural, outdoor, interactive, environmental play space. This will be an opportunity for children to explore nature while enjoying many fun play elements. Photo courtesy of Shaare Torah Congregation
Shaare Torah Congregation recently broke ground on its innovative new natural, outdoor, interactive, environmental play space. This will be an opportunity for children to explore nature while enjoying many fun play elements. Photo courtesy of Shaare Torah Congregation
Shirley and Jack Serber celebrated their 75th Wedding Anniversary on August 18, 2015. They observed this occasion in good health, along with their three children, seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Photo provided
Shirley and Jack Serber celebrated their 75th Wedding Anniversary on August 18, 2015. They observed this occasion in good health, along with their three children, seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Photo provided
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