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The Park Pages

Being Covered Means Submitting Roof Shingles to ACC The community is getting older, and it’s time for many homes to replace their roofs. If you are considering this, please remember to submit your roof material and color choice to the…

Cub Scouts Welcome Girls and Boys

Photo | Courtesy of Cub Scout Pack 221 Hiking is just one of the adventures Cub Scout Pack 221 has experienced in recent years.

We are excited to announce that our Cub Scouting program is now open to boys and girls in K-Grade 5. By welcoming both girls and boys into the program, even more youth will have access to the character development and…

City Scene

Photo | Mac Kennedy Maria Harakidas, Mike Aubrey and Neil Harris look on as Ryan Spiegel addresses the crowd at an Aug. 25 campaign Meet & Greet at Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar in Downtown Crown.

Campaign Season for City Council Neil Harris and Ryan Spiegel held a Meet & Greet at Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar in Downtown Crown on Aug. 25. Both City Councilmembers are running for re-election this November. The event was…

The Vibrant World of Silk Painting

Image | Phyllis Gordon Artist Phyllis Gordon used silk as her canvas to create “The Layers Beneath.”

Using silk as your canvas is a sophisticated and intricate artistry that produces distinctive results. Gaithersburg Artist Collective member Phyllis Gordon has perfected the technique and shared her experience with the process that achieves the fluid beauty of her scarves,…

The Park Pages

Be Covered—Submit Roof Material and Color to ACC The community is getting older, and it’s time for many homes to replace their roofs. If you are considering this, please remember to submit your roof material and color choice to the…

The Park Pages

Photos | Pam Schipper This year, QOP’s National Night Out headed indoors to the clubhouse. Multiple downpours did not dampen community spirit, and residents enjoyed MetroTech Bomb Unit robot demonstrations once the rains cleared.

National Night Out Makes a Splash Despite waves of rain and some thunder, National Night Out (NNO) in Quince Orchard Park on Aug. 6 was a success thanks to Robert Cassels, who has organized QOP’s NNO for six years, local…

The Park Pages

National Night Out This Tuesday Quince Orchard Park’s National Night Out, organized by QOP resident Robert Cassels, returns on Aug. 6, 6 to 9 p.m. at the QOP Clubhouse. Come out to visit with local law enforcement, including Montgomery County…

The Kentlands Kingfish Turn 25

Photo | Phil Fabrizio, PhotoLoaf Dayna Ingrassia designed a 25th Anniversary Kentlands Kingfish float for the Kentlands Fourth of July parade.

It has been a special swim season for the Kentlands Kingfish as the organization celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer. Diane Dorney, former publisher of The Town Courier newspapers, founded the team along with Richard Swerdlow in 1994. Dorney cherishes…

A Party Fit for a ‘King’ Fish

Photo | Eileen Dougherty Kingfish alumni returned for the 25th anniversary party on June 1. Pictured are (top, L to R) Geoff Moores, Nick Hurson, Alex Moores, Sam Williams, Robert Sklodowski, Ryan Dougherty, Conor O’Brien, Jamie Schlichting, Cameron Shiner and Gregg Hurson; (bottom, L to R) Alex Cantrell, Annelise Cantrell, Maddie Dahut, Megan Dougherty, Dana Simcox, Ward Simcox, Chessie Dahut, Annarose Kennedy and Laura Luteran.

When parents Sooky McFadden and Britt Schwendinger heard that the 25th anniversary of the Kingfish was fast approaching, they joined together to throw a celebration for a squad that had given their families so much joy. “Our goal was to…