The office of District 20 State Delegate Lorig Charkoudian has compiled some helpful lists of resources during the COVID-19 crisis. If you NEED help, see: https://bit.ly/d20services. If you’re looking for ways to provide help and support local business and non-profits, see https://bit.ly/d20givinghelp.
Read here the text of our March 13 email with updates on Village events and services in the midst of the coronavirus crisis. And click here for a March 16 update.
The City of Takoma Park has an Emergency Assistance Fund that provides financial support to income-eligible residents in crisis. Anyone who is in need of assistance or wishes to donate, can find more information here.
Ride-On buses are temporarily free as of Monday, March 16: https://www.mymcmedia.org/ride-on-will-offer-free-bus-services/
The City Recreation Department's Spring/Summer 2020 Forever Young newsletter is now available online and in hard copy at the Community Center. Click here to view a copy and learn about their many programs for 55+ community members.
Note that most City offices are closed until further notice.
Our walking group, which normally meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 10 AM has been cancelled until further notice.
Village of Takoma Park has partnered with Washington Consumers’ Checkbook to offer Village members a reduced rate subscription. Interested members can sign up at a rate of $18 a year for online and print access, a $10 savings, by going to https://www.checkbook.org/TakomaPark or by using this order form.
Click here for more information about Washington Consumers' Checkbook.
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