Donate your time and talent to our spring landscaping morning at the Triangle on Saturday April 30 from 9am-noon. Rain date is May 1. Bring your own tools. Refreshments will be provided. Contact Terese Bernstein for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 530-2248
All residents in Huntington Terrace are invited to participate in a community-wide yard sale on Saturday April 2 from 8am-3pm. (Rain date April 9). HTCA will pay for advertisement of this event and post signs along major streets. Residents are encouraged to host their individual sale of furniture, books, clothes, electronics, lemonade/brownies, etc. on their own property, or work with their immediate neighbors. Let Amy Shiman know if you want to participate (301) 803-7038. Support your community while re-cycling and re-using!
Please join us at the spring community meeting on Thursday, April 7 at 7pm at Bradley Hills Elementary School. We have invited the Department of Environmental Protection to inform us of county financial incentives and technical assistance to install landscaping at residential properties. (Up to $1,200 per home is available!). We will also discuss issues affecting the neighborhood, such as sidewalks on Greentree Rd., the park renovation at BHES, the hospital’s proposed expansion and other matters.
Nothing says Huntington Terrace like Monster Truck. Ok, that may not be true, but it sure got everyone’s attention — especially when it was illuminated at night. Other attractions for the children included a moon bounce, face painting and a trampoline.
The adults enjoyed listening to jazz performed by neighbors, hot dogs and hamburgers provided by (and cooked) the Bethesda Community Store. It was a delightful way to celebrate our wonderful neighborhood’s 100th birthday.
Photos by Daniel Shiman, Anne Pemberton and Dona Patrick