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Leggett to Speak at the 2011 Let's Get It Started Youth Job Fair

Leggett to Speak at the 2011 Let's Get It Started Youth Job Fair

From Montgomery County:

Leggett to Speak at the 2011 “Let’s Get It Started” Youth Job Fair

Fifth Annual Event to Provide Employment Opportunities and Resources for Youth Ages 16-21

State and County Housing Offices to Host Fair Housing Forum

From the Office of Public Information for Montgomery County: 

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, in partnership with Montgomery County’s Office of Human Rights and Department of Housing and Community Affairs, will host an educational forum about fair housing on Thursday, April 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Silver Spring Civic Building, One Veterans Place, Silver Spring.

Montgomery Parks Historic Sites Season Opens Saturday, April 2

Montgomery Parks Historic Sites Season Opens Saturday, April 2

From Montgomery County Department of Parks:

SAVE THE DATE

14th Annual Youth Summit on Technology.  Look for more information soon. 

Department of Recreation Holds Public Meetings to Discuss Department's Budget

From the Office of Public Information for Montgomery County:

Mr. (Kevin) Smith Goes to Washington, DCIFF Wrap-Up

Mr. (Kevin) Smith Goes to Washington, DCIFF Wrap-Up

Tomorrow, Tuesday March 15, filmmaker Kevin Smith will be presenting his new film Red State at the Warner Theater. Smith, famous for comedic films like Clerks and Chasing Amy as well as being the quiet half of Jay and Silent Bob, departs from his usual humorous territory to dabble in horror. Red State centers around characters inspired by Westboro Baptist Church and its founder, Fred Phelps. Westboro Baptist has achieved national infamy for its controversial protests at the funerals of U.S. servicemen.

Second Annual Vietnam Veterans Reunion

Second Annual Vietnam Veterans Reunion

From Montgomery County:

Veterans of every era and the public are invited to attend the second annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Reunion on Wednesday, March 30 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Silver Spring Civic Building.  The event will include a reception for veterans, a panel discussion on Vietnam and the Vietnam War: Then and Now and a conversation with County Executive Ike Leggett about his 2009 visit back to Vietnam. 

            Veterans are encouraged to wear their military uniform or veteran organization attire. The reunion is sponsored by the Montgomery County Commission on Veterans Affairs. 

            The Silver Spring Civic Building is located in downtown Silver Spring at One Veterans Plaza.