Community

  • George C Marshall High School – Field of Honor – May 26-29

    On May 26-29th, George C. Marshall High School’s Class of 2019 will celebrate the Memorial Day holiday by creating a Field of Honor in front of the high school along Route 7.

    We invite you to support the Field of Honor and the class of 2019 by sponsoring a flag (s) to honor the men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. military or to recognize the service of a veteran or an active duty service member.

    For each flag sold, GCM will make a donation to ServingTogether and can send an e-card to the family or the honoree to let them know they have been honored with a photo of the Field of Honor.

  • Takoma Park Independence Day Parade Seeking Veteran Participants

    The Takoma Park Independence Day Committee is eager to bring a greater representation of the veterans community into the parade. If you or an organization you are a part of may be interested in participating, we would love to have you!

  • The Impact of Loss on Our Military Community

    This free workshop will be held Wednesday May 10 from 7-9pm in Gaithersburg, MD. Hosted by Hospice Caring.

  • DC VA Town Hall Meeting May 3rd

    The American Legion invites all D.C. area veterans and their family members to a town hall meeting 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3, inside of the auditorium at the VA Hospital, 50 Irving Street NW, Washington, D.C. to discuss their VA care.

  • American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign Volunteer Opportunities

    American Red Cross will be hosting events on Saturday in the National Capital Region as part of their Home Fire Campaign and needs volunteers.

  • Conference: Building Collaborative Communities in Maryland

    June 14, 2017 in Arnold, MD. A free conference for those who serve service members, veterans and their families. Registration is required.

  • Veteran Public Forum May 16th

    The Capitol Network Veterans Engagement Board will host a veteran public forum on May 16th at 1:30pm in Arlington VA. Let your voice be heard and be part of the process to improve the overall quality of life for Veterans.

  • Anne Arundel County Military Veterans Expo

    Saturday April 22, 2017. 10:00am Р4:00pm, Annapolis High School. OPEN to YOU and the 53,448 veterans of Anne Arundel County… Army, Marines, Air Force,
    Navy and Coast Guard veterans, family members & friends of veterans, and businesses that serve veterans!

  • Western Maryland Conference on Veterans May 18th

    Join Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans for a look at the most recent information about how to provide care and access to behavioral health services for veterans in the community. Free admission. CEU’s provided. Registration required.

  • New Property Tax Credit for Some Montgomery County Residents

    The new property tax credit provides a tax credit to people over 65 years of age who have lived and owned a dwelling for at least 40 consecutive years, or are retired from one of the U.S. Armed Forces.