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Chevy Chase At Home publishes a quarterly newsletter and an Annual Report.  These can be found in our on-line library through the links below:

  -   June 2018 Newsletter
   -  March 2018 Newsletter

   -  Archived Newsletters (by year):
.  2018 Newsletters .  2017 Newsletters . 2016 Newsletters . 2015 Newsletters . 2014 Newsletters . 2013 Newsletters . 2012 Newsletters . 2011 Newsletters . 2010 Newsletters    -  Annual Reports

Chevy Chase At Home In The Local News and Press

Bethesda-Chevy Chase Gazette - May 20, 2014
Elizabeth Waibel reported on our first major fund raiser in "What's It Worth? Trash or Treasure?" event held at the Chevy Chase Village Hall.
 
Montgomery County Volunteer Center - March 28, 2014
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett yesterday announced Chevy Chase At Home volunteers have been selected the 2014 Montgomery Serves Group Award recipients for community service by a group.
 
Washington Post - October 29, 2013
A letter by CC@H founding member Nathan Billig responding to an October 25 letter, Hip, hip, hooray for Montgomery County
 
WAMU 88.5: Metro Connection - September 27, 2013
An interview with TOCC resident Kathleen Williams by Rebecca Sheir
 
Bethesda Magazine - May/June 2013
It Takes A Village - by Archana Pyati
 
 

General News about the Senior Village Movement

National Public Radio (NPR) - All Things Considered - December 12, 2017
Ina Jaffe, NPR correspondent who reports on aging, has created a three part series on the Village movement. The first of the three segments aired on Dec. 12, 2017.  You can listen to the piece and read the transcript here.

Washington Jewish Week - March 5, 2014
A general article about villages in Montgomery County

Aljeezera America: America Tonight - February 26, 2014
A blog entry about how seniors are helping seniors at Monadnock at Home and Beacon Hill Village.
 
NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams - January 24, 2014
An interview with Brian Williams and his parents-in-law about the village in New Canaan, CT 
 
Washington Post article by Tara Bahrampour - February 6, 2014
 
 
 
Updated: 5/31/18