Did you miss the Village Town Hall or the May 4 One-Level Living symposium? No worries—read about both in the June CHV News. Questions came up at the Town Hall about grants funding, how it works, and why it's important to CHV, so we have reprinted Molly's column on the topic. Learn about an opportunity to comment on dockless bikes and scooters (page 8), a Flag Day sing-along with the CHV Ukulele Group (page 10), and much more!
NOTE: The materials from the May 4 One-Level Living symposium can be found on this page in the lower right-hand corner.
Pedestrians, Dockless Bikes and Scooters Sharing Urban Space!
Join a June 12 discussion about the pro’s and con’s of dockless bikes and scooters as new ways to get around the city—and the issues they may raise for older adult pedestrians on sidewalks, at curb cuts, and when crossing streets. DDOT has already heard extensively from the dockless bike companies themselves and from many in the biking community but very little from
The program will be from 2:00–3:30 p.m. at the Northeast Neighborhood Library, 330 Seventh St. NE. See page 8 of the June CHV News for more information.
Stories of Our Lives: A Literary Series with Marie Guillory will be held at the Northeast Neighborhood Library, 330 7th St NE
Tuesday, May 29th from 2:00–3:00 pm
Lovey Marie Guillory was born in a small hamlet in rural Louisiana. Her hurried birth on the kitchen floor of her parents' farm house in Bois Mallet is the opening chapter of her life and her book, "Born on the Kitchen Floor in Bois Mallet." She says, "I couldn't wait to be born and I have been rushing all my life since then. I did slow down to write this first book, however. It took time to research the facts and retell the complex history of my family and pay tribute to the slave matriarch who made it possible for generations of Guillorys to be born in freedom rather than bondage."
We plan to discuss Born on the Kitchen Floor in Bois Mallet and also have a discussion with those who attend on their family story as well.
RSVP by May 25th, 2018
Temporary Care Services and Community Outreach Manager:
Capitol Hill Village seeks a temporary (4–5 month) Care Services Social Worker to manage the social services program. The position will begin in June and run through the Fall. The position is responsible for:
• Care Services
• Community Engagement and Partnerships
• MSW, LICSW — preferred but not required. Nursing equivalent also welcome.
• 3-5 years experience preferred
• Experience working with older adults, their caregivers and families
• Experience supervising staff
• Knowledge of DC’s social service and aging programs
CHV Office Manager:
Do you understand that the behind-the-scenes work is as much about the mission of an organization as direct program work? Are you a creative problem solver, dedicated to efficiency? Do you have the ability to have strong customer service in spite of an overflowing to do list? Do you have a strong interest in learning new IT systems and leading a team to implement them? Do you have a sense of humor and ability to laugh at yourself? If so, we want to meet you ...
If so we would be interested in learning about your experiences in working with students or with the Gallaudet administration? Please send an email or call Molly Singer to tell her, what your experience was like. Call (202) 543-1778 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have two vacation homes up for grabs. Please contact the office at (202) 543-1778) or email@example.com if you want to treat yourself to a great vacation while supporting the Village.
Berkshire by the Sea, Delray Beach, Florida. Take an early trip away from winter and spend the first full week in January 2019 at this luxury resort on the Atlantic Coast midway between West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale. A ground floor fully equipped one-bedroom unit at this ocean-side resort offered by Andrea and Joe Kerr provides full use of two pools, a hot tub, tennis, shuffleboard, and a putting green less than 100 yards from the beach. Berkshire is walking distance—or free shuttle—from Delray Beach’s plethora of fine dining and shops, and easy drives to cultural activities in Coastal Florida. Good January 5 – 12, 2019 only. Value $2,100; minimum bid $1,000.
A Week at a Vermont “Walden” with Amenities. The farmhouse in Southern Vermont offered by Mary Procter and Bill Matuszeski provides beauty and tranquility both winter and summer (due in part to its lack of TV, cell service and internet). The house, steps to a small lake, has accommodations for up to 11 guests in five bedrooms with two and a half bathrooms and is equipped with toboggans, its own tennis court, canoe, kayak, croquet and bocce ball, and ample books, board games, and jigsaw puzzles. Good for any one week by mutual agreement except during the New Year’s holiday, a couple of weeks in July, and the month of August. Value $1,200; minimum bid $700.
The Capitol Hill Village CFC number is 55474
CHV is proud to have been selected for the 2015-2016 Catalogue for Philanthropy
The Capitol Hill Village United Way number is 8066
CHV is proud to have been selected for a Grant from the MAXIMUS Foundation
CHV members receive a discount on Sport and Health Capitol Hill Membership fee. Sport and Health Gym is
the former Results the Gym, located at
3rd and I Streets SE, near Garfield Park.
(Click here for more info)
One-Level Living: What to Know before Making the Move – May 4, 2018
Creative Housing and Community Building for Your Future – April 13, 2018
Download a PDF containing all presentations and notes from the symposium.
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