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CCHASE_200702_036.JPG: Sunrise Senior Living
CCHASE_200702_054.JPG: Heroes Wear Orange
Thank you Sunrise Heroes!
CCHASE_200702_058.JPG: Regency House
CCHASE_200702_094.JPG: The Kenmore
CCHASE_200702_121.JPG: La Reine
CCHASE_200702_128.JPG: Meridian Senior Living
CCHASE_200702_137.JPG: Lincoln Arms
CCHASE_200702_153.JPG: Banker service by appointment only
CCHASE_200702_162.JPG: So many signs!
CCHASE_200702_165.JPG: We are limiting the number of customers in our lobby
CCHASE_200702_168.JPG: We apologize for the longer wait times as we strive to make our branches as safe as possible.
CCHASE_200702_196.JPG: Stanley Rayburn Snidow
CCHASE_200702_204.JPG: In memory of
Sally Dessez Miller
Her Friends and Neighbors
Use of reusable bags is strictly prohibited
Please do not use your bags before checkout
CCHASE_200702_245.JPG: Enter Through the Back Entrance
To Ensure proper Social Distancing and limit people in the store we are closing this Entrance. Please enter through the parking lot side.
CCHASE_200702_255.JPG: In loving memory of
Mary B. Wallen
From her daughter and granddaughter
CCHASE_200702_258.JPG: In appreciation of 50 years living in beautiful Chevy Chase DC
Tom & Mary Jo Simons
CCHASE_200702_260.JPG: This bench was donated to the community by
The members of Historic Chevy Chase DC, Inc.
CCHASE_200702_266.JPG: Little Beast Neighborhood Cafe & Bistro
CCHASE_200702_272.JPG: A gift from
The Friends and Neighbors of Chevy Chase
CCHASE_200702_285.JPG: Friendship Heights & Chevy Chase supports racial justice
If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.
After 30 years on Connecticut Ave in Chevy Chase, the shop has now moved to Chestertown. The events of this past Spring were scary, sad, frustrating and devastating for many small businesses. I was due to retire and close the shop in DC at the end of this July, but the virus had other plans for me. Throughout the Spring, I started moving all the furniture, fixtures, and inventory to the new space here in Chestertown. Bohemia has been open for 5 weeks and the response has been heartwarming.
CCHASE_200702_340.JPG: Grateful and thankful...
I could never imagined [sic] a more satisfying career, thanks to your many decades of support. The business started in the basement of my house in 1983 as a tiny mail-order endeavor (leather baby moccasins) and it slowly grew into a kid's clothing shop, then clothing for moms! I often have felt as though I won the lottery of life. Running the business was both an intellectual challenge and a way for me to express myself artistically. None of this would have been possible without your ongoing support -- in such a vibrant neighborhood brimming with loyal and enthusiastic customers! ...
CCHASE_200702_418.JPG: The building is closed. The church is not. Join us online ...
Wikipedia Description: Chevy Chase, Washington, D.C.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chevy Chase is a neighborhood in northwest Washington, D.C. It borders Chevy Chase, Maryland, a collection of similarly affluent neighborhoods.
The neighborhood is generally agreed to be bounded by Rock Creek Park on the east, Western Avenue (which divides D.C. and Maryland) and Tennyson Street on the north, and Reno Road to the west. Opinions differ on the southern boundary, where Chevy Chase meets Forest Hills, but many residents consider it to be Broad Branch Road between 32nd and 27th streets. The main roads leading in and out of Chevy Chase DC are Connecticut Avenue, Nebraska Avenue, Reno Road, Military Road and Western Avenue. The area is served by the M4, L1, L2, L4 E2, E3, E4 and E6 Metrobus lines. Chevy Chase is within walking distance of three Red Line stations: Van Ness-UDC, Tenleytown-AU, and Friendship Heights. The public schools that serve Chevy Chase are Lafayette Elementary, Ben W. Murch Elementary, Alice Deal Middle School, and Woodrow Wilson Senior High.
In the late 1880s, Senator Francis G. Newlands of Nevada and his partners began the aggressive acquisition of farmland in northwest Washington, D.C. and southern Montgomery County, Maryland, for the purpose of developing a residential streetcar suburb. (See Washington streetcars.) They founded the Chevy Chase Land Company in 1890, and its eventual holdings are now known as this neighborhood and Chevy Chase, Maryland. Chevy Chase DC was developed beginning in the early 1900s after construction was completed on the Chevy Chase Line, a streetcar line stretching to and beyond the northwestern boundary of the District of Columbia, thereby linking the area to downtown. Over succeeding decades the formerly remote area was transformed from farmland and woods to middle-class housing. The housing stock in Chevy Chase DC includes many "Sears Catalog Homes", a popular housing option in the early 20th century that allowed individuals of modest means to order by mail the materials and instructions for a home and build it themselves.
The neighborhood's major commercial road is Connecticut Avenue NW, which, in addition to commercial establishments is home to apartments, a community center, and a regional branch of the D.C. Public Library. Unlike many urban neighborhoods that have lost local businesses to large chains and suburban malls, the small, generally locally owned businesses along Connecticut Avenue remain, and are well-patronized by the local population. Parks in the area include parts of Rock Creek Park as well as Lafayette Park and Livingston Park.
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