Thursday, December 17, 2009
Just a quick note to advise everyone living and visiting our neighborhood during the holiday season that we all need to be on the lookout for crime. There is traditionally a spike in crimes of opportunity in the neighborhood during the holidays. The Metropolitan Police have told us at our recent ANC meetings that this is the time of year that they see an increase in the number of car breakins, package thefts, muggings, and burglaries. So enjoy the holidays but be aware of crime!
And remember to report any crimes that you witness along with accurate descriptions in order to help the Police catch the criminals!
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
The DC Department of Health has scheduled H1N1 Clinics at the Reeves Center in our neighborhood for Dec. 5 and 12. The process is very organized and the lines move quickly. Don't miss this opportunity to get vaccinated for the H1N1 virus.H1N1 Vaccine Clinic Schedule for Priority Groups
|King Greenleaf Recreation Center (W6)||Thursday, December 3||5 pm - 9 pm|
|Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center (W1)||Saturday, December 5||8 am - 1 pm|
|Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center (W1)||Saturday, December 12||8 am - 1 pm|
In addition to the District-wide H1N1 vaccine clinics, residents can also receive the vaccine by visiting their primary care provider if the provider has registered to distribute the vaccine. District residents should call their healthcare providers to find out if they are providing the vaccine to their patients.
DOH will continue to update District residents as new information becomes available regarding H1N1 and the vaccine. Residents can find regular updates and additional information on H1N1 at flu.dc.gov in addition to calling the H1N1 hotline though Mayor’s Citywide Call Center at 311.