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INCLEMENT WEATHER ALERT!
Today, January 27
*BALTIMORE ADS: DELAYED OPENING—1 HOUR
*HAGERSTOWN ADS: CLOSED TODAY
*SILVER SPRING ADS: CLOSED TODAY
*COLLEGE PARK CDC: DELAYED OPENING—2 HOURS
*SILVER SPRING CDC: DELAYED OPENING—2 HOURS
*FALLS CHURCH CDC: DELAYED OPENING—2 HOURS
*WASHINGTON, DC CDC: OPENING AT 10:00AM
Reverend Douglas Moore’s life has been nothing short of exceptional. He inspired a generation and helped shape the Civil Rights movement by leading the Royal Ice Cream Parlor sit-in, which took place in Durham, North Carolina in 1957.
Montgomery County, Maryland has declared that 2015 shall be the Year of Montgomery County's Veterans and Their Families.
On Tuesday, January 19, Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA hosted the first meeting of its new Autism Professional Advisory Committee (PAC). THe purpose of the PAC is to help Easter Seals staff design a world-class, intensive early-intervention program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder beginning as early as 18 months of age.
Our very own Jill Chimka, Regional Director of Early Intervention Services, and Sophia Berry, Director, Easter Seals Child Development Center of Northern Virginia, were invited to speak on Wednesday, January 7, at the Virginia General Assembly State Budget Hearing by Voices for Virginia's Children. Jill and Sophia spoke on the importance of early intervention funding as part of the Early Childhood Education Unified Agenda.