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‘Natitude’ Guy Has Long History In Chevy Chase – Washington Nationals COO Andy Feffer is a long-time Chevy Chase resident and says he sees the culture of Washington sports fans changing for the better. Last year, Feffer was a regular in the news after he branded the “Natitude” slogan and initiated a “Take Back The Park” campaign for a series against the Philadelphia Phillies. [Bethesda Magazine]

Potomac River Kayaker Dies After Great Falls Accident – Fellow kayakers helped MCFRS and other first responders recover the body of a 24-year-old woman who died after her kayak was upended just after 4 p.m. on Thursday. Another kayaker who was also upended was saved. [NBC Washington]

Dress Like A Cow, Get Free Chick-fil-A – In the spirit of “Mother-Son Date Knight” and other curious promotions, the Chick-fil-A at Westfield Montgomery Mall (7101 Democracy Blvd.) will offer a free combo meal to customers who dress “head to hoof” in cow attire. Customers who prefer to tone it down a bit and wear a cow-spotted accessory will get a free entree of their choice. [Chick-fil-A]

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