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CLICK HERE to read the June Capitol Hill Village News

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.

NOTE: The materials from the May 4 One-Level Living symposium can be found on this page in the lower right-hand corner.

CHV gets a new computer system . . .
training shuts down the office!

CHV will be learning and launching a new computer system over the next few weeks. To that end, the office will be closed intermittently June 26 – June 29 for the staff to learn our new system.

We will not be answering the phones or responding to emails during the times listed below. We will get back to you as soon as possible, after the training is complete. If you have an urgent call we will be able to respond. Please note the following office closures:

* Tuesday, June 26; 9:00 am - noon
* Wednesday, June 27; ALL DAY 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
* Thursday, June 28; noon - 5:00 pm
* Friday, June 29; ALL DAY 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

We will still be working on requests and signing people up for events. It would be best if you can email us at info@capitolhillvillage.org instead of calling during the office closures. Thank you for your patience.

Your Input is Needed: Make a Statement about Dockless Bikes and Electric Scooters

Washington DC has undertaken a trial period of promoting mobile dockles bikes and electric scooters which provide a low cost ($1 per ride), healthy, environmentally friendly, fun way to travel across the city. Bikes and scooters can be left anywhere within Washington DC.

The city has extended the pilot project on use of dockless bikes until the end of August, and in the meantime is collecting input from residents about how they are working. In June, CHV members and volunteers joined in a spirited discussion about dockless bikes and scooters and their impact on pedestrians, especially older adults, persons with disabilities, and others who use a mobility device such as a cane, walker, or wheelchair.

Capitol Hill Village members are writing to express their concern around the public safety risks of poorly managed personal mobility devices causing individuals to trip over them on the sidewalk as well as risk collision with them.

CLICK HERE to download a PDF with more information about the issue and results from the June CHV Dockless Bikes and Scooters meeting.

The CHV Advocacy Corps has suggested you write to your Council Member and ANC representative about this issue. CLICK HERE to download a PDF with DC City Council and ANC contact info and Ward/ANC maps.

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 ...

CLICK HERE to download a PDF of the full Office Manager job description.

It’s not too late, join the Gala fun!

We have two vacation homes up for grabs. Please contact the office at (202) 543-1778) or info@capitolhillvillage.org 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.

Capitol Hill Village is celebrating our 10th Anniversary! Friends and 10th anniversary honorees offer reflections about Capitol Hill Village in this video. Click here to view.

Thank you to our 2018 Gala sponsors! Click this link to see them.

The Capitol Hill Village CFC number is 55474

Who knew such a great community was right here under my nose all along.

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

Valuable Benefit for CHV Members!
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)
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