Capitol Benefits Is Cooking!

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Capitol Benefits staff who included (left to right) Tricia Palttala, Juliana Henao, and Wanda Ferrell cooked a three-course meal for the 36 residents of the Chase Partnership Men’s Shelter in Rockville on Thursday, May 7.

Capitol Benefits, an independent insurance company at 220 Main St., has a long history of donating meals to those in need, but for the first time ever staff purchased ingredients, prepared the meals themselves and delivered them to the Chase…

Confection Perfection at Brasserie Beck

Photo | Sharon Gilder

Brasserie Beck pastry chef Ashleigh Pearson has worked in all of Chef Robert Wiedmaier’s restaurants.

Just listen to the mouthwatering descriptions of desserts at Brasserie Beck, or better yet, see and taste them. Pastry chef Ashleigh Pearson has been masterfully preparing and presenting cakes, sorbets, ice creams, and a host of other confections ever since…

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Ten Years and Running Strong This May, Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg celebrates its first decade in Kentlands. To say thank you to the community, Fleet Feet invites everyone to some free community events. Mark your calendar for a morning fun…

No Merger

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The Town Courier’s offer to publish two pages of Town Crier news and information at no charge in each issue was rejected unanimously last night by the Kentlands board of trustees. The offer, which would save the community $14,000 plus…

Kentlands Business Owners Give Welcome Baskets

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Business owners (left to right, front) Lewis Tipograph of Tipo’s Toy Box, Robyn Gault of Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg, (left to right, back) Eric Pellicci of Foundry Fitness, Chris Gault of Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg, Andrew Meyrowitz of The Wine Harvest, Rami Bakri of Perfectly Pressed, and Andrew Ross of Great Kids Events and Force teen job board assembled welcome baskets for new residents at The Wine Harvest on April 20.

As part of their new “Make a Difference! Shop Small & Local” campaign, Kentlands business owners came together at The Wine Harvest April 20 to create some 40 welcome baskets for new residents in the 20878 zip code. Business owners…

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Two Paws Up for Whole Foods Shop at Whole Foods Market Kentlands through July 5 and help MCPAW, Montgomery County Partners for Animal Well-being. MCPAW is Whole Foods Kentlands’ Nickels for Nonprofits recipient for this quarter. For every reusable bag…