Monthly Archives: April 2021

COVID 19 Vaccination Updates

1.  The Mayor has announced that homebound residents can schedue to be vaccinated at home. DC Health’s Homebound Vaccination Program is now accepting COVID-19 vaccine appointments (Moderna vaccine) through our COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center – 1-855-363-0333. As a reminder the call center … Continue reading

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Michigan Park Development

The ground preparation for the building of new town houses to the rear of Saint Joseph’s Seminary has begun in earnest. Earth moving equipment is on site and much work is clearly underway. The focus is solely to the rear … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Vaccine Update

April 7, 2021 Letter from the Mayor Dear Washingtonians, We have an important update regarding eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine in Washington, DC: Beginning Monday, April 19, all DC residents, ages 16 and older, will be eligible to receive the … Continue reading

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Beulah Sutherland Funeral Arrangements

Neighbors, Please keep in your thoughts and prayers the soul of Beulah Sutherland, MPCA Treasurer for over 25 years, who passed  on March 21, 2021. Following are the details for her funeral arrangements from the funeral home’s announcement .  The … Continue reading

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Monroe Street Market

The local Monroe Street Market, on the Catholic University Side of the  Brookland Metro, is again open Saturday mornings, 9am to 1pm.  In addition to the farm produce, small vendors sell freshly backed bread, tee and coffee, and other foodstuffs. … Continue reading

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