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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Oh the weather it may be frightful but the walk will be so delightful.

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Mark you calendar for our next Pike District Promenade, Saturday, December 15, 10 am.  We’ll meet at the North Bethesda Market plaza between Starbucks, Seasons 52, and CVS.  Dress warm and enjoy fresh air, great companionship, and holiday spirit!

There’s free parking at NoBe Market off Marketplace Street or on the surface parking lot across from Quincy’s at the corner of Woodglen and Nicholson.…

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Oh the weather, it may be frightful, but the walk will be so delightful

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Mark you calendar for our next Pike District Promenade, Saturday, December 15, 10 am.  We’ll meet at the NoBe Market plaza between Starbucks, Seasons 52, and CVS.  Dress warm and enjoy fresh air, great companionship, and holiday spirit!

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Deadline is Thursday to Nominate Yourself to Serve 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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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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See you tomorrow at the Pike District Promenade

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Grab your jacket and sneakers and meet us for an easy, all-ages, dog-friendly stroll along the Trolley Trail Saturday, November 17 at 10 am.  We’ll meet at the plaza at North Bethesda Market between Seasons 52, Starbucks, and CVS.  Meet some neighbors and chat with friends as you enjoy a bit of nature and exercise.…

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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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Pike District Promenade this Saturday, 10 am

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Grab your jacket and sneakers and meet us for an easy, all-ages, dog-friendly stroll along the Trolley Trail Saturday, November 17 at 10 am.  We’ll meet at the plaza at North Bethesda Market between Seasons 52, Starbucks, and CVS.  Meet some neighbors and chat with friends as you enjoy a bit of nature and exercise.…

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Nomination Form for 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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