Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Columbia Heights Day planning underway

The third annual Columbia Heights Day is coming up, and they sent this out about planning:

This year's festivities will be held on Saturday, August 29 at Harriet Tubman Elementary School. In order to expand our programming and increase our success, we need everyone from our neighborhood to get involved. There are several open positions on our planning committee, including Latino Outreach, Programming and Marketing Associates to name a few.

Check out our updated website for opportunities or simply volunteer to help out with upcoming fundraisers or on the day of the festival by emailing Allison Basker -- allisonbasker[at]gmail[dot]com.

We are also accepting applications from local businesses, community organizations, artisans, performers and restaurants to be a part of the festivities. We invite everyone in our community to share their enthusiasm and talents.

As always, if you are unable to commit your time, we encourage you to support Columbia Heights Day by making a donation (the new shirts will be available soon for donations of $15 or more) and by bringing your family and friends to celebrate DC's Best Up-and-Coming Neighborhood.

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