Kingman Park Holiday Party Pictures

The Kingman Park Holiday Party was a huge success! Thanks to all the community members that made food and monetary donations! Thanks to local businesses: Stadium Exxon, Langston Golf Course, T Nails, Subway at Hechinger Mall and Ross at Hechinger Mall for donations. A special thanks to DC Soundstage for hosting the Holiday Party.

The Kingman Park Holiday Party was sponsored by Friends of Kingman Park and ANC Commissioner Lisa White.

Their Lives in Pictures and Words

 Their Lives
Pictures and Words

Join the staff of Randle Highlands Elementary School on Tuesday December 20th 2011, for a fundraising event from 5:00p.m. – 7:30p.m. at Dr. Granville Moore’s.

10% of your purchase will go towards supplying digital photography equipment for the students at Randle Highlands Elementary School.

The students will begin a project on documenting their lives outside of school and sharing it through photographs and the written word. The goal is to purchase a minimum of 10 digital cameras, memory cards, photo printer, and photo paper.

Please support this Ward 7 school fundraiser!

Best, Lisa White, ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01 Kingman Park

Langston Jr. Boys and Girls Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament


The Langston Jr. Boys and Girls is sponsoring the Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament on Monday, July 25, 2011.  We are looking for sponsors, players and donations.  Please help by being either a sponsor, player or making a donation.  Also, by sharing this with others.

To view the flier associated with this event, please click here:  Langston Jr. Save the Date.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Message from Nancy G. Brinker, Founder and CEO of Susan G. Komen:

This weekend, some 40,000 men, women and children will take their places at the starting line near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. to run or walk the 3.1 miles of the 22nd running of the Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure®. And make no mistake; this is no ordinary jog in the park.

While this particular race takes place in Washington, it is emblematic of the courage and passion that will be displayed at the more than 140 Susan G. Komen races that will be held around the world this year, and a potent symbol of what is possible when people come together to take action because they are no longer willing to stand by and watch loved ones die of this terrible disease.

I founded Susan G. Komen for the Cure in honor of my sister Susan G. Komen, who died of breast cancer in 1980. Lovely and vibrant, Suzy wasn’t just my sister — she was my best friend and role model. She was only 36, with two young children and everything to live for when she received the worst news of her life. For three years she fought courageously, but ultimately lost her battle. Since then, I have made it my life’s work to fulfill the promise I made to Suzy to find a cure for this disease.

Over the past 30 years, significant progress has been made. With early detection, five-year survival rates for cancers caught early, before they leave the breast, are 98 percent in the U.S. The money raised in Komen races, corporate partnerships and individual donations has enabled us to invest nearly $2 billion in research and community health programs. This past year alone, we funded 600,000 breast screenings and diagnostic tests for low-income or underinsured women and we’ve invested in promising research that, among other discoveries, could yield the first breast cancer vaccine. Today there are 2.5 million breast cancer survivors, comprising the largest group of cancer survivors in the nation.

In Kingman Park there are many breast cancer survivors. As a community we need to do more to support our neighbors. I have made a donation to Susan G. Komen on behalf of all the cancer surviors in Kingman Park.
Lisa White ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01 Kingman Park

Community Scholarship Fundraiser, 3/28

The Rosedale Citizens’ Alliance (RCA) and Greater DC Cares are excited to host our first community scholarship fundraiser on March 28th from 6:30pm-930pm at Langston Bar and Grille. We hope you will join us and your friends and neighbors, while raising money for a great neighborhood initiative. You will receive one raffle ticket for every $10 you donate for a chance to win great prizes.

Our goal is to raise $2,500 to award $300 – $500 scholarships to students from the Rosedale and Kingman Park neighborhood for the 2011-12 academic years. Don’t miss this great opportunity to empower your neighborhood and learn more about RCA and Greater DC Cares.

If you can’t make the event but would still like to donate, please e-mail for the address on where to send tax-deductible gifts. Any questions can be directed to the same e-mail address or by calling the number below. We look forward to seeing you!

To RSVP contact Community Scholarship Program Committee:

Necothia “Nikki” Bowens, William Mohring, Miya Bazley, and Greater DC Care