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Prince George's Police Department to host Family to Family Community Thrift Store

Prince George's Police Department to host Family to Family Community Thrift Store

On Saturday, August 20th, The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Community Services Division in conjunction with the Community Outreach & Development, Inc. are joining together to host the Family to Family Community Thrift Store.  New and gently used clothes, shoes, toys, backpacks, books and more will all be for sale for $10 or less!  There will also be available information on health, employment and training, as well as crime prevention and personal safety brochures. All of the goods have been generously donated by the Prince George’s County community.


Who:               Prince George’s County Police

                       Community Outreach & Development, Inc.

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63rd Annual Montgomery County Agricultural Fair

63rd Annual Montgomery County Agricultural Fair

 

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Washington National Cathedral Announces Three-Day Commemoration for the 10th Anniversary of 9/11

Washington National Cathedral Announces Three-Day Commemoration for the 10th Anniversary of 9/11

Washington, D.C. – To mark the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Washington National Cathedral joins the three sites most affected on that day to present "A Call to Compassion." The program will gather Americans to honor the memories of those who were lost, heal the wounds caused by terrorism and war, and gain new strength to move forward as a nation. All are invited not only to commemorate, but also to unite in compassion, sharing in a commitment to create a more hopeful and just world.

Slutwalk Comes To DC

WASHINGTON (WUSA) --- The Slutwalks,which began earlier this year after a Canadian police official said women would be less likely to be raped if they did not dress like sluts, move to Washington this weekend with a rally and march that begins across from the White House Saturday morning.

Organizers of the marches have embraced the term sluts to argue it matters not what a person wears. he or she is not inviting rape.

The protests are also meant to change attitudes, one goal of Maryland State Delegate Ariana Kelly of Bethesda.

"When I was a teenager in Bethesda, I was raped. I went to the emergency room at the advice of The Rape Crisis Center and there I was treated by a doctor, and the emergency room doctor there did not treat me well. He was very critical and judgmental," Kelly said.