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Neighbors,
 
It’s not every day that I experience a moment where everything seems perfect.  I am extremely privileged and humbled to have felt one of those moments this past Monday at Union Market, during the Ward 5 Movie Night.  The beautiful summer sunset, the sounds of children imitating Black Panther characters, and families in lawn chairs, created the perfect night in Ward 5.  The presence of our local business community, youth organizations, and Ward 5 community leaders all in one place made the night extremely special.
Many of our seasoned Ward 5 residents were able to recreate the date night experience of a drive-in movie.  Billy and Martha Montgomery shared memories of their drive in theater dates from the 70's.
The opportunity to laugh with the community, share family stories, and see so many residents of Ward 5 in one place was amazing.  Our community need more moments like this and as the leader of Ward 5 I commit to providing those opportunities.  Thank you to everyone who was able to make it on Monday and I look forward to our next Ward 5 event.
 
In Service,
 
Kenyan

 
 

Kenyan in the Community

Councilmember McDuffie hosted Ward 5 Movie Night at Union Market on Monday, August 6th.  A link to Monday's photo album can be found here. (Be sure and tag yourself)
CM McDuffie took a tour of recently opened  Caremore Health (. CareMore Health provides care for patients age 21 & up who are Medicaid eligible members. CareMore Health is conveniently located at 1527 Maryland Ave NE (Hechinger Mall).
Event: Brentwood Back To School Day
Date: August 11, 2018
Time: 12PM - 4PM
Location: Brentwood Recreation Center 2311 14th Street NE
For more information contact Ricardo Duren at (202) 977-4756

Resources & Events

Event: Ward 4 & 5 Day at the National Building Museum
Date: August 14, 2018
Time: 9am - 11am
Location: 401 F Street NW Washington, DC 20001
Event: Chuck Brown Day
Date: August 18, 2018
Time: 3PM - 7PM
Location: Chuck Brown Memorial - 2901 20th St NE, Washington, DC
The Kids Ride Free (KRF) program allows students to ride for free on Metrobus, the DC Circulator, and Metrorail within the District to get to school and school-related activities. 

To be eligible, students must be:
  • a resident of the District of Columbia
  • between the ages 5 and 21
  • enrolled in an elementary or secondary public, private, charter or parochial school located within the District; or a "Ward of DC" through the Foster Care System.

CM McDuffie took a tour of recently opened this morning. CareMore provides care for patients age 21 & up who are Medicaid eligible members. CareMore is conveniently located at 1527 Maryland Ave NE (Hechinger Mall).
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