School notes for Potomac natives.
School notes on Potomac natives.
Family brings couple across country.
Sung Lee and his wife Jung Park gave up their flourishing alteration business in West Des Moines, Iowa to move to Potomac to be close to their sons.
Noah Schnall uses Facetime in an emergency.
Do your children know who to call for help in an emergency? Do they understand how to use a cell phone or an iPad — or Facetime? Have they been told about 911 — how to call and what to say?
Rebecca Keren (Eisenstadt) is performing in the off-Broadway revival of “The Megile of Itzik Manger.”
Information on Pfc. Brian D. Green.
Richard Mudge, Ph.D., has been inducted into Delcan’s Emeritus Program. Delcan is a multi-disciplinary engineering, planning, management and technology firm.
News and notes on students from Potomac.
Brickyard Educational Farm piloted a successful farm to school field trip program in 2012 at no cost to the county, school system or tax payer.
Son reflects on his father.
Mark Shriver commented that almost every day of his adult life, while at college and after college, his father, Sargent Shriver wrote a letter to him.
School notes for Potomac natives
Potomac resident writes of her triumph over diagnosis.
She returned to Potomac to die — a 30-year-old woman who had been given the diagnosis that she had a lethal non-cancerous cervical spinal cord tumor and would not live more than three months. What is it like to be given this diagnosis — and then survive? How did she wake up each day with the strength and courage to fight the prognosis and still be able to be a wife and a mother to her three young sons?
Marine Corps Pvt. Remy D. Bourdeaux, a 2012 graduate of Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville, earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C.
Student presented her first collection of artwork at a Maryland gallery.
When Neelam Shaikh was in nursery school, she had an extraordinary fascination with her ability to create.
Purim was celebrated at B’nai Tzedek in Potomac on Saturday, Feb. 23. More than 200 attended, dressed in costume. This year’s spiel (Purim Play) which reenacts the Story of Queen Esther, was called “Oh What a Spiel! The Jersey Boys Megillah.”