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"FROM A GOOD IDEA TO A GLOBAL PHENOMENON: MAKING COMMUNITIES MORE AGE FRIENDLY" with Dr. Alexandre Kalache,Tuesday, April 16, 2:00-4:00 P.M., Chevy Chase Village Hall. Sponsored by CC@ H.
Arts & Entertainment
"A Virtual Tour of the C&O Canal," led by Jim Hines of the C&O Canal Association. Sponsored by CC@H.
CC@H presents a talk—on modifying home environments to enhance independence—by Susan Catlette, who has first-hand experience in home modification.
Breast Cancer Awareness
CC@H presents a health lecture by oncologist Dr. Carolyn B. Hendricks on the latest in breast cancer treatment and management.
Chevy Chase At Home celebrates its second year with an open house featuring syndicated columnist Judith Martin (aka "Miss Manners").
Have trouble sleeping? Dr. Richard Waldhorn of Georgetown University School of Medicine will address the subject of sleep disorders on Oct. 10 at 7:30 pm. Sponsored by Chevy Chase At Home.
"Treasures of The White House"—a slide presentation and talk by retired White House Curator Betty Monkman, presented by Chevy Chase At Home.
CC@H, a volunteer organization to help seniors, was chosen by Whole Foods Friendship Heights to receive "Nickels for Non-Profits."
"How Other Nations Deal with Their Aging Populations" is a talk by Irene Hoskins, an expert on global aging issues. The talk is sponsored by Chevy Chase At Home's Meet & Mingle series.
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