November-December 2011 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

November-December 2011


The Shoppes of Bethesda Winter Wonderland

Holiday Winter Wonderland and Breakfast with Santa at The Shoppes of Bethesda held on December 10th.

Montgomery County Executive’s Ball

The 2011 Ball, "One for the Books," benefited the Montgomery County Public Libraries.

Winter Wonderland

Residents celebrate the holiday season December 2-3, 2011 in downtown Bethesda with a variety of free performances, a live ice sculpting presentation in Bethesda's Veterans Park and a visit from Santa Claus.

Turkey Chase 2011

Every Thanksgiving for the past 28 years, thousands of runners have gathered in Bethesda to run in the Turkey Chase in support of the YMCA's Youth and Family Services, YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase and the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rotary Club Foundation.

A Guide to Giving

Every day, thousands of Montgomery County residents struggle with hunger, homelessness, inadequate health insurance and lack of employment, according to The Community Foundation for Montgomery County (CFMC).

Celebration of Giving

On Tuesday, November 15, 2011, over 500 friends joined The Community Foundation for Montgomery County (CFMC) to mark its 15th anniversary.

The Great Divide

Montgomery County is famously a place for the well-heeled, and for the wealthy. But it's also a place now where some line up for free food and sleep four to a room.

Green Lanterns

2011 Bethesda Magazine Green Awards in partnership with Bethesda Green

Women on the Verge

Anorexia, bulimia, bingeing: Eating disorders aren't just teenage problems anymore

Luxury Set in Stone

A Bethesda quarry is transformed into the latest in condominium living

Gimme a Break

Classified ads are filled with people ISO (In Search Of) everything from used pianos to Elvis impersonators. So why shouldn't parents turn to them for a bit of help in their daily lives?

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