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Greenway Smiles Visits Island Walk Senior Citizens

Greenway Smiles Visits Island Walk Senior Citizens On Wednesday, January 19th, Dr. Preethi Sundaram from the Greenway Smiles dental office presented best practices when it came to dental care. She discussed the proper way to brush your teeth and floss as well as what time of day, how often,

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CPDC Chosen as TD Charitable Foundation Grant Winner

CPDC Chosen as TD Charitable Foundation Grant Winner TD Bank, through the TD Charitable Foundation, recently awarded CPDC $125,000 through the “Housing for Everyone” grant competition. Hundreds of organizations from Maine to Florida applied, with just 25 winners selected for this prestigious award. The theme of this year’s competition

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NEWS | An Affordable Housing Complex Houses One of The District’s Most Ambitious Maker Spaces

An Affordable Housing Complex Houses One of The District’s Most Ambitious Maker Spaces December 13, 2018 Washington City Paper The Washington City Paper reports on the 1800-square-foot makerspace at CPDC’s Oxon Run property in DC, offering residents and community members access to sewing classes, computers and 3D printers, and

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Island Walk Youth Invited to Ride Board Supervisor Cathy Hudgins’ Float in the Reston Holiday Parade

Island Walk Youth Invited to Ride Board Supervisor Cathy Hudgins’ Float in Reston Holiday Parade Fairfax County Board Supervisor Cathy Hudgins personally extended an invitation to Island Walk youth to ride on her float in the Reston Holiday Parade. Eight of our amazing and energetic children came out on

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Youth Teaches Computer Classes at Island Walk

Youth Teaches Computer Classes at Island Walk Island Walk residents Joshua, ninth grader and Ali, eighth grader, created and held a four-week computer class for our second through fourth grade residents in their community. Their goals were to teach the importance of computers as a necessary life skill and

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