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Catania Successfully Steers Health Insurance Exchange Legislation through First Reading

 

From Brendan Williams-Kief:

DC Department of Health Reports 2011 HIV/AIDS Accomplishments on World AIDS Day

DC Department of Health Reports 2011 HIV/AIDS Accomplishments on World AIDS Day

 

From Mahlori Isaacs:

In the spirit of World AIDS Day, today the DC Department of Health (DOH) announces several accomplishments in the fight against HIV/AIDS for the year 2011.  City-wide and Departmental efforts have lead to an increase in HIV/AIDS tests in the District, a successful condom distribution initiative and being able to provide treatment on demand to anyone who needs HIV/AIDS medical care to name a few beneficial undertakings for this year. 

Catania Marks World AIDS Day with Testing, Education, and Strategic Planning Events

Catania Marks World AIDS Day with Testing, Education, and Strategic Planning Events

 

From Brendan Williams-Kief:

Councilmember David A. Catania (At-Large), Chairman of the Committee on Health, Mayor Vincent C. Gray, and Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown are sponsoring a full day of public events at the John A. Wilson Building to mark World AIDS Day on Thursday December 1, 2011. All events are free and open to the public. 

Residents Encouraged to Drop-off Unwanted and Expired Medications at Local Take-back Sites

Residents Encouraged to Drop-off Unwanted and Expired Medications at Local Take-back Sites

 

From Malhori Isaacs:
District of Columbia residents will have the option to safely dispose of household medications at drug take-back sites throughout the city. The upcoming “Take-Back” initiative, being held on Saturday, October 29, is an effort to safely collect unused and expired medications and prevent improper drug disposal and distribution.

 

DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

 

From Kiara Pesante:

Today, October 11, 2011 at noon, Councilmember Mary M. Cheh and colleagues will join the DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy on the steps of the John A. Wilson Building for a press conference to highlight the continuing challenges the District of Columbia faces with teen pregnancy and its effect on the economic well being of our residents and the city at large.

 

Sweet Rewards: WUSA 9, ABC 7, NBC 4 and Fox 5 broadcasters taste cupcakes to support a great cause

Sweet Rewards: WUSA 9, ABC 7, NBC 4 and Fox 5 broadcasters taste cupcakes to support a great cause

On Tuesday, September 20th, ABC 7's Natasha Barrett hosted the 2nd Annual Cupcakes & Cocktails benefitting the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) held at One Lounge, 1606 20th Street, NW. Barrett was joined by fellow ABC 7 broadcasters Alison StarlingLeon Harris and Arch Campbell as well as Fox 5's Steve Chenevey, WUSA 9's Anita Brikman and NBC 4's John Schriffen to judge the cupcake competition.

Washington Sports Clubs Opening Doors to Hurricane Irene Victims

Although Hurricane Irene is long gone, her fury is still being felt by millions of east coast residents as they wade through her aftermath in an attempt to return to normalcy.  From severe flooding to lost power and water supply, the stories of all of our friends in all our communities affected are as expansive as those who have felt her aftermath.