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Washington Humane Society Announces 2011 DC Walk for the Animals

From the Washington Humane Society:

 

 

Washington, D.C. — The Washington Humane Society (WHS) will host its annual DC Walk for the Animals on Saturday, October 1, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Marie Reed Learning Center in Adams Morgan. Event registration opens August 16.

 

Montgomery County Public Schools Do Well in ACT

 

According to ACT’s annual report: Students in the Montgomery County Public Schools' (MCPS) Class of 2011 consistently outperformed their peers in Maryland and the nation on all sections of the ACT college admissions exam.

The average composite score for MCPS graduates was 23.2 in 2011, compared to 22.1 for Maryland and 21.1 for the nation.

Grand Re-Opening of LasikPlus in Rockville

Grand Re-Opening of LasikPlus in Rockville

LasikPlus, is hosting a Grand Re-Opening event in its recently relocated Rockville Vision Center on Friday, August 19th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Grand Re-Opening Event will include information about laser vision correction services, lunch and refreshments, and a tour of our new state-of-the-art vision center.  One lucky attendee will win $1,000 off a LASIK procedure at LasikPlus.

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Knighted Beer Director at DC Restaurant

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Raising Money For Childhood Cancer With Lemonade

WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA)-- Saturday is National Lemonade Day.

But for many it's a day to give back.

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation is raising money to bring an end to childhood cancer.

Her mother, Liz Scott, is continuing her little girls efforts.

She joined 9NEWS NOW'S Mike Hydeck with how other kids can get involved with the fundraising efforts.

Daily Grill's Seth Merin also joined Mike Hydeck with lemonade mixtures for the children and some for the adults.

Catholic Schools Start Year with Opening Mass and Awards

 

According to the Archdiocese of Washington, over 2,000 Catholic school principals, teachers and staff from across the Archdiocese of Washington will gather to open the school year with a Mass celebrated by Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington. Bishop Francisco González, S.F. and Bishop Leonard Olivier, S.V.D. auxiliary bishops of Washington, will concelebrate the Mass. Following the Mass, there will be remarks from Catholic Schools Superintendent Deacon Bert L’Homme, and a ceremony honoring teachers and principals celebrating more than 25 years of service, as well as schools marking 50 or more years of serving the community.