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From 9-to-5 to 95: Plotting Successful Retirement
Click here to learn about a four-part class that will explore how retirement is a process and how we can be prepared for it mentally, socially, financially. First class is June 7. Registration is limited.


CHV Town Hall on Wednesday, June 1 from 3:00-5:00 pm
at St. Peter’s Parish Hall







Enjoy great refreshments, get updated on Capitol Hill Village news, and share your own ideas and feedback for 2016-2017. Also, take a minute to thank your favorite CHV Volunteer.

The annual CHV Town Hall is on Wednesday, June 1 from 3:00-5:00 pm at St. Peter’s Parish Hall, 313 Second St. SE. This year’s town hall will feature special discussions and presentations. Please let us know that you are coming by RSVPing to info@capitolhillvillage.org or calling 202-543 1778.


VILLAGE VOICES | Tuesday, June 7
It’s Summer, Do You Know Where Your Watershed is?

The Chesapeake Bay watershed is legendary for its land-to-water ratio—greatest in the world by tenfold. And like all giants on earth, this creates interesting challenges and opportunities as demonstrated by its role in history, culture, and regional economics. Learn the Bay’s secrets, dreams, and hopes for the future from Bill Matuszeski, former director of the Chesapeake Bay Program. Hear Bill on June 7 at 7:00 pm at the Northeast Public Library, 330 Seventh St. NE. Call the CHV Office at 202-543-1778 or e-mail info@capitolhillvillage.org to register or to request a ride.

Click here to read about upcoming programs, ways that CHV members are moving (and you can as well!), Tamara's volunteer corner, and more in the June 2016 Capitol Hill Village News.


A Greater Capitol Hill for Long Life | Wednesday, June 15
One Level Living—No More Steps and Fewer Worries

Capitol Hill Village is sponsoring a series of fora in 2016 entitled, A Greater Capitol Hill for Long Life. The first of these fora will explore one-level living. An abundance of new housing sounds like an answer to our prayers. Nevertheless, moving still requires a number of financial, personal, and technical decisions. The half-day symposium on June 15, from 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., will explore these questions and more. Topics will include:

 • Examination of new developments—both planned and underway
 • Exploring the changing population of Capitol Hill
 • Trials, tribulations, and successes of individuals who have made the move
 • Analysis of condo vs. apartment decisions
 • Best design in one level living
 • Facilitated discussion envisioning housing options for seniors and their evolving needs

Click here to read about upcoming programs, ways that CHV members are moving (and you can as well!), Tamara's volunteer corner, and more in the June 2016 Capitol Hill Village News.


Thank you to our 2016 Gala sponsors! Click this link to see them.



The Capitol Hill Village CFC number is 55474
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The first we heard the proposal for Capitol Hill Village, my wife and I deeply understood the value to our neighbors and ourselves. Support of the Village as financial contributors and volunteers is an investment in our independence.

CHV is proud to have been selected for the 2015-2016 Catalogue for Philanthropy

The Capitol Hill Village United Way number is 8066

Valuable Benefit for CHV Members!
CHV members (subject to validation)
receive a 25 percent discount on
RESULTS the GYM membership fees.
(Click here for more info)
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