Montgomery Village News Articles
The Living Grace Christian School Middle School Girls Basketball Team achieved an undefeated 2024 season of five wins and zero losses. While many of the players were new to basketball and some were facing injuries, the team persevered and ended up having an outstanding season. The team excelled at stealing the ball, fighting for rebounds and going for every loose ball.
The Montgomery County Students Automotive Trades Foundation (ATF) and Montgomery County Students Information Technology Foundation (ITF) will host a used car and used computer (laptops and desktops) sale on Saturday, Feb. 24, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Damascus High School, 25921 Ridge Road, Damascus, MD 20872.
Living Grace Christian School (LGCS) participated in the ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) Spelling Bee on Thursday, Feb. 8 at Rock Church Academy in Baltimore.
The Montgomery County Office of Grants Management (OGM) is seeking qualified individuals with relevant experience to review and evaluate applications submitted to the county’s various competitive grants programs for fiscal years 2024 and 2025. Reviewers will undergo mandatory training, assess programs on a rolling basis throughout the year and will be compensated for their time.
What to know for the 2024 pool season Montgomery Village Foundation (MVF) is preparing for the 2024 pool season, including getting our pools ready for summer. The 2024 Pool Schedule and updates to the Pool Operating Policy were recently approved by the MVF Board of Directors at its January Meeting. Here is what you need to know for the 2024 MVF Pool Season:
Montgomery County’s Victim Assistance and Sexual Assault Program (VASAP), is seeking volunteers to assist victims of sexual assault and domestic violence and their families.
Ballots for the 2024 Montgomery Village Foundation (MVF) Board of Directors election were mailed to homeowners on Friday, Feb. 2.
Seven candidates, including two incumbents, are running to fill the three seats on the Board; those seeking election are Pamela Bort (incumbent), Stuart Flatow, Brahm Gicheru, Susan Prince (incumbent), Jacob Sauber, Roland Talley and Thomas Wills.
At the January 25 Montgomery Village Foundation (MVF) Board of Directors meeting, the Board reviewed two concepts for design/build services for the renovation of the Stedwick Pool and Bathhouse, 10401 Stedwick Road, and authorized MVF EVP Mike Conroy to negotiate a contract with Keller Brothers, Inc. for design/build services for the renovation project.
Montgomery Parks is closing the playground and picnic shelter at Centerway Local Park (9551 Centerway Road, Gaithersburg) for renovation. The area will be closed from mid-February until June 2024. The existing playground and picnic shelter will be replaced.
Montgomery Connects, the County’s digital equity and inclusion program, has launched a new program to distribute 60,000 free Chromebook laptop computers to low-income families, thanks in part to a Federal Connectivity Fund grant valued at $22.7 million.
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