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Volunteers in the News
Town of Somerset Mayor Jeffrey Slavin was honored for his community service at the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee's Spring Ball.
Volunteers in the News, Sports
The Koa Sports Joe Horton Scholarship Fund recently offered three students baseball scholarships.
Two Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School freshmen planned a community race to raise money for a nonprofit food bank.
This year's “Race to End Poverty” event at Meadowbrook Park registered more volunteers than previous years.
President and CEO Matt Hodgson and 24 of his employees joined the “Race to End Poverty” event in Chevy Chase.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Kevin Ambrose has volunteered for 12 years with first-grade classes at Somerset Elementary School, helping students with writing and reading.
Ozzie is a people-oriented pointer mix who recently lost his family to cancer. He needs a break in his luck, and we’re hoping the Patch community can help.
Sunday, April 28, was an overcast and rainy day outside. But, inside the River Falls Clubhouse in Potomac, the air was filled with inspiration and exhiliaration.
Romeo is a young, cuddly American bulldog mix in search of a loving family.
Ride On passengers get a free ride in exchange for a non-perishable food item or children’s item.
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