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Vol. LXVI, No. 1
January 3, 2014
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NIH Revels in Charitable, Holiday Spirit
Santa Claus and the missus visited the Children’s Inn at NIH last month. After catching a lift via armored car (above, l) from the Montgomery County Police Department, the jolly old elf chatted and posed for photos with guests, including. Domenic Cenci, 11. A local television news station also noted the visit. Below, Santa and Mrs. Claus sit a spell with the Lopez family from Chile.

Santa Arrives at Inn via Armored Car

Santa Claus and the missus visited the Children’s Inn at NIH last month. After catching a lift via armored car (above, l) from the Montgomery County Police Department, the jolly old elf chatted and posed for photos with guests, including (above, r) Domenic Cenci, 11. A local television news station also noted the visit. Below, Santa and Mrs. Claus sit a spell with the Lopez family from Chile.

Photos: Dave Roloff/MCPD



The National Symphony Orchestra’s Brass Quintet performs holiday music in the north atrium of the Clinical Research Center on Dec. 17. The visit, sponsored by FAES, was part of the NSO’s Sound Health Initiative.

NSO Quintet Performs at CRC

The National Symphony Orchestra’s Brass Quintet performs holiday music in the north atrium of the Clinical Research Center on Dec. 17. The visit, sponsored by FAES, was part of the NSO’s Sound Health Initiative.

Photo: Ernie Branson


Ballerinas greet young patrons Nanako (l), age 3½, and her sister Nagisa, 2, after an annual performance of the Nutcracker sponsored by the NIH Recreation and Welfare Association for guests at the Children’s Inn at NIH and members of NIH’s international community who are part of the International Women’s Club. The show takes place at the American Dance Institute.

R&W Hosts ‘Nutcracker’ Performance

Ballerinas greet young patrons Nanako (l), age 3½, and her sister Nagisa, 2, after an annual performance of the Nutcracker sponsored by the NIH Recreation and Welfare Association for guests at the Children’s Inn at NIH and members of NIH’s international community who are part of the International Women’s Club. The show takes place at the American Dance Institute.

More than 500 people—including 200-plus children and teenagers—attended the annual Goodwill Dinner in Bethesda, cosponsored recently by the NIH R&W Association and Bethesda Hyatt Hotel. The event brings together those in need from Bethesda Cares and the Center for Children and Families. More than 50 volunteers (shown above) help serve

R&W Coordinates Bethesda’s Annual Goodwill Dinner

More than 500 people—including 200-plus children and teenagers—attended the annual Goodwill Dinner in Bethesda, cosponsored recently by the NIH R&W Association and Bethesda Hyatt Hotel. The event brings together those in need from Bethesda Cares and the Center for Children and Families. More than 50 volunteers (shown above) help serve. Below are event participants (from l) Randy Schools, president of the R&W, Ofcr. Oliver Janney of Bethesda Community Services and John Fineran. Each attendee received a backpack with longjohns, hats, gloves, hand warmers and poncho. More than 150 families received toys and gift cards. This is the 25th year of the dinner.

Randy Schools, president of the R&W, Ofcr. Oliver Janney of Bethesda Community Services and John Fineran

 


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