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- West Montgomery County Citizens Association News
- Out and About in Potomac
- Coat Drive for the Needy in Montgomery County
- WHC Sisterhood Holiday Boutique Celebrates 30 Years in Potomac
- Craft Show Offers Gift Possibilities in Cabin John
- Potomac: Churchill Team Raises Funds for Make-A-Wish
- Potomac: Making Biking Easier in the Park
- Potomac: Hatten Celebrates 40 Years at BCC
- Potomac Snapshot: Sports Festival
- Potomac: Churchill Boys’ Lax Falls to Severna Park in State Semifinals
- Editorial: Every day in Potomac can be “small business day.”
- Potomac Editorial: Holidays Are for Giving
- Coming: Children’s Almanac 2016
- Letter to the Editor: Intake Project Could Meet Other Needs
- Opinion: Candidate for Board of Education (At Large)
- Clinton and Kaine Carry Virginia, Trump Seizes Key Battlegrounds
- Board of Education Races
- Debating Pro & Con on Meals Tax
- Interfaith Partners for Justice Address Needs of Returning Citizens
- Potomac: For DUI, Mandated In-car Breathalyzer
The December General Meeting meeting of the West Montgomery County Citizens Association will be held Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 7:15 p.m. at the Potomac Community Center.
Share the gift of warmth this holiday season.
A local charity is joining forces with an area music center to help ensure that Montgomery County’s neediest residents are warm this winter.
The Clara Barton Holiday Craft Show, on Sunday, Dec. 4, will display pottery, woodwork, glass, things to eat, things to wear, and things to read — all sold by the local artists, artisans, and authors who made them.
Norwood School, an independent, coeducational school in Bethesda, will add its first pre-kindergarten class beginning in September of 2017.
Dimas Chavez of Potomac was honored as one of three Eastern New Mexico University Foundation and Alumni Association’s Outstanding Alumni last month.