Friends of White Flint

Promoting a Sustainable, Walkable and Engaging Community

P.O. Box 2761

White Flint Station

Kensington, MD 20891

Phone: 301-980-3768

Email: info@whiteflint.org


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Are you interested in serving on the FOWF board?

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The Friends of White Flint board of directors is composed of six residents, six businesses, and six property owners. The board meets a few times each year and also handles issues via email and telephone. It’s a wonderful opportunity to help transform your neighborhood into a walkable, transit-oriented, smart growth community.…

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Interested in serving on the FOWF board of directors?

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The Friends of White Flint board of directors is composed of six residents, six businesses, and six property owners. The board meets a few times each year and also handles issues via email and telephone. It’s a wonderful opportunity to help transform your neighborhood into a walkable, transit-oriented, smart growth community.…

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An informative and successful County Executive Forum

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Last night, a packed house at AMP by Strathmore listened as moderator Amy Ginsburg, Executive Director of Friends of White Flint, asked questions about development, schools, green space, budgeting, transit, and other issues important to the Pike District to the three candidates for county executive.  Nancy Floreen, Marc Elrich, and Robin Ficker spent an hour stating why they serve your vote. …

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Learn what Marc Elrich, Nancy Floreen, and Robin Ficker think about issues important to the Pike District

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Be an educated voter. Learn what the candidates for County Executive think about issues important to the White Flint/Pike District area. Attend our County Executive Candidate Forum on Sunday, October 21 at 7:30 pm at AMP at Pike and Rose. Free tickets are required as attendance is limited. Click here for tickets
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Be Part of Pike District Promenade Saturday, Oct. 20, 10 am

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What is a Pike District Promenade?

*An easy stroll along the Trolley Trail for all ages — babies in strollers to millenials to seniors (well-behaved leashed dogs are also welcome)

*A chance to make new friends and chat with old ones

*An opportunity to get a bit of exercise and enjoy the beautiful Trolley Trail

*A no cost way to make our community more of a community

We will meet Saturday, October 20 at 10am on the North Bethesda Market Plaza.…

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Did you see our fun new placemaking signs around the Pike District?

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From Bethesda Beat

If someone gets lost in Montgomery County’s Pike District, an area nonprofit this week made it a bit easier to find what they’re looking for.

On Wednesday evening, members of the Friends of White Flint hung 30 signs along Nicholson Lane, Executive Boulevard, Old Georgetown Road, Woodglen Drive and Marinelli Road directing pedestrians and bicyclists toward places such as restaurants, bars and parks.…

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What do you want to ask Robin Ficker, Marc Elrich, and Nancy Floreen?

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Friends of White Flint is holding a County Executive Candidate Forum on Sunday, October 21 at 7:30 pm at AMP at Pike & Rose.  (If you want to attend, you need a free ticket because seats are limited.  Click here to get your tickets.)

We want to know what you think we ought to ask the three candidates for county executive at the forum.…

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