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Call for Volunteers: EDCJCC Hunger Action at DC Central Kitchen

Sunday, August 18, 2019 from 8:45 AM to 12:00 PM

Join us to volunteer at DC Central Kitchen. Tasks include chopping vegetables, sorting fresh produce, mixing salads, portioning meals, preparing and cooking food.

To work in the kitchen volunteers must wear long pants, closed-toed shoes - non-slip soles recommended, shirts with sleeves (short sleeves are okay, tank tops are not), and a hat or other head covering. Hairnets are provided if you don't bring a hat. Midriff shirts are not allowed. Aprons and gloves will be provided.

Volunteers must be at least 12 years old to participate. No exceptions, please.

If you aren't feeling well and have any flu or cold-like symptoms, we request that you volunteer at another time for the safety of those we serve.

Place: DC Central Kitchen - 425 2nd St., NW

Click here to register.

If you have any questions concerning volunteering in a professional kitchen: Please email Josh at jsherman@edcjcc.org.

EDCJCC Social Bowling Power Hour

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Please join us for our monthly night at Bowlero in Bethesda. Work on your bowling skills while enjoying pizza and social time with friends. All abilities are welcome. Individuals who need support are welcome to bring a friend who will provide support during the program. Suitable for ages 16 and up.

Place: Bowlero - 5353 Westbard Ave., Bethesda, MD

Cost: $23 per person + $1.50 fee for 2 hours of unlimited bowling.

Click here to purchase tickets.

HIP Kids' Educational Trip to Smithsonian National Zoo

Friday, August 23, 2019

HIP Kids in association with Mind Expansion Community Services will be taking a trip to the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington DC on Friday, August the 23rd. There are 21 first come, first serve slots.

We will be participating in a 75-minute long educational program walk that has a Safari-like setting and will be hosted by zoo staff.

Entry to the zoo is free, but there is a $25 parking fee. As an alternative, you can ride the Red Line of the Metro to the Woodley Park Station and walk a few blocks to the entrance. This is not the preferred trip for people who cannot walk long distances.

We suggest you bring your lunch and/or eat before you arrive. There is food at the zoo, but it is often expensive and has limited choices.

The program cost will be covered via our group. Participants should mainly focus on costs separate from the tour.

Note: The tour start time and meeting location are still being decided.

Questions? Contact tatia.gilstrap@gmail.com.

11th Annual Olmstead Community Integration Conference

Friday, August 23, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM

Join the Department of Behavioral Health and the Office of Disability Rights in celebrating the 11th Annual Olmstead Community Integration Conference on August 23rd. This year's theme and focus is, "supporting community integration for justice-involved individuals."

This day-long event is free and will include a diverse group of speakers discussing their own personal experiences of moving from an institute setting into the community. Multiple exhibitors with great resources will be available. The event is free and is intended for everyone.

Accessibility: The ARC is wheelchair accessible. We ask that you refrain from wearing perfumes or colognes for those with chemical sensitivities. Lunch will be provided. For other accommodation requests please contact, Jonathan.Brooks@dc.gov or 202-299-5748.

Click here to learn more and to register.

Edlavitch DCJCC Reopening

Thursday, September 5, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Join us as we reopen the doors of the Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center! Get to know the brand new, state-of-the-art center and celebrate the community who made this renovation possible.

Place: Edlavitch Jewish Community Center of Washington, DC - 1529 Sixteenth St., NW

Click here to follow the launch on Twitter.

Questions?Please contact emilyj@edcjcc.org.

Call for Participants: DRDC Public Input Survey 2020

Monday, September 30, 2019

As you may know, each year, University Legal Services ("ULS"), the protection and advocacy program for individuals with disabilities in the District of Columbia, solicits input from the community to help guide and shape our annual priorities and objectives for the work we do on behalf of individuals with disabilities. We hope you will take a few minutes to complete the survey, which lets us know what advocacy issues are of most importance to you.

Please complete this survey online by September 30, 2019. Alternatively, hard copy, regular or large print, and PDF/Word versions in both English and Spanish are available upon request and may be mailed, emailed or faxed to Jane Brown at University Legal Services, 220 I Street, NE., Ste. 130, Washington, DC 20002, jbrown@uls-dc.org, fax: 202-547-2083.

Thank you in advance for sharing your thoughts and helping ULS focus on the issues that matter most to the community.

Click here to complete the survey online.


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