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FHILLS_200422_002.JPG: Forest Hills of DC
Inclusive Senior Living
FHILLS_200422_010.JPG: Ellicott House
FHILLS_200422_074.JPG: The Brandywine
FHILLS_200422_076.JPG: Lots of delivery vehicles!
FHILLS_200422_091.JPG: Edmund Burke School
FHILLS_200422_098.JPG: Professional dog walker
FHILLS_200422_105.JPG: Alumni Memorial Garden
Enjoy this special place to celebrate alumni who are no longer with us.
FHILLS_200422_139.JPG: Edmund Burke School
New building dedicated
FHILLS_200422_165.JPG: We are temporarily closed. We apologize for the inconvenience.
FHILLS_200422_168.JPG: Need access to your safe deposit box?
While we're closed, for any urgent needs please contact us to schedule a time when an associate can be here to assist you.
Thank you for understanding.
FHILLS_200422_174.JPG: Night deposit service is temporarily closed until further notice.
We apologize for the inconvenience this temporary closure may cause.
FHILLS_200422_191.JPG: Dear customer,
The health and safety of our employees and our customers is our #1 priority, therefore we are temporarily closed in response to COVID-19 until April 24...
Thank you very much and be safe.
FHILLS_200422_203.JPG: Ward 3
Mutual Aid Network
As things get harder, we show up for our neighbors.
Join us to receive or provide support. Contact us to share needs such as essential groceries, pet care, translation and hygiene. We are providing safe delivery for those in need.
FHILLS_200422_206.JPG: The church is closed.
BUT the Water Ministry will be giving out meals at the church entrance on Butterworth Place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays between 11:30 and 12:30 each day.
FHILLS_200422_218.JPG: This entrance is closed.
FHILLS_200422_221.JPG: New store hours
6am - 10pm
Seniors & citizens with compromised immune systems
6am - 7am
FHILLS_200422_226.JPG: The health and safety of our associates and customers is our first priority.
Due to current health concerns, we are unable to provide returns, refunds, or rain-checks at this time.
If any fresh produce, meat, seafood or deli products do not meet our standards or if an item is recalled, we will continue to replace it or issue a refund.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
FHILLS_200422_229.JPG: Nothing is more important that time spent with family.
FHILLS_200422_241.JPG: We;re limiting how many customers can be inside at once to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
40 person maximum
FHILLS_200422_251.JPG: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) testing is NOT available at this location.
FHILLS_200422_256.JPG: Feeling under the weather?
If you've been diagnosed with COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms, we want you to get well. And that starts with following CDC guidelines for quarantine and social distancing...
FHILLS_200422_263.JPG: Face masks are required by law.
When you wear a face mask, even one made from cloth or common household items and materials, you promote your own safety and that of our colleagues and other customers.
Learn more about how face masks can help at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, CDC.gov.
Let's work together to beat the coronavirus. Go to CVS.com to see more ways we can help.
FHILLS_200422_282.JPG: Business will be CLOSED
April 5 until further notice
FHILLS_200422_296.JPG: Calvert Woodley
Starting Sun April 5th
Store will be closed till further notice
FHILLS_200422_299.JPG: CW thanks everyone for their patience and understanding.
Business will be closed beginning Sunday April 5th until further notice.
FHILLS_200422_305.JPG: Park Connecticut
FHILLS_200422_341.JPG: The Saratoga
FHILLS_200422_365.JPG: Another delivery vehicle.
FHILLS_200422_395.JPG: Ellicott House
FHILLS_200422_407.JPG: Forest Hills of DC
Inclusive Senior Living
Wikipedia Description: Forest Hills (Washington, D.C.)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forest Hills is a quiet residential neighborhood in the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., United States, bounded by Connecticut Avenue NW to the west, Rock Creek Park to the east, Chevy Chase to the north, and Tilden Street NW to the south. The neighborhood is frequently referred to as Van Ness, both because of its proximity to the University of the District of Columbia (UDC)'s Van Ness campus, and because it is served by the Van Ness-UDC station on the Washington Metro's Red Line.
In addition to its location adjacent to Connecticut Avenue, Forest Hills is served by the Red Line of the Washington Metro, and the Crosstown Line (H2, H3 and H4) and Connecticut Avenue Line (L1, L2, and L4) of the D.C. Metrobus.
Points of interest
The Howard University School of Law campus is across Connecticut Avenue from UDC on Upton Street NW. The Levine School of Music is located on Upton Street, in the building originally occupied by the Carnegie Geophysical Laboratory. The Edmund Burke School, founded in 1968, is located on Upton Street, in the building that was originally occupied by Devitt Prep. The Hillwood Museum, located in a house that once belonged to philanthropist and socialite Marjorie Merriweather Post, contains her collection of decorative objects, including several Fabergé eggs.
The embassies of the Czech Republic and the Netherlands are located on Linnean Avenue NW in Forest Hills. The embassy of Hungary is just south of Tilden Street in Cleveland Park, and a number of other embassies are located just to the west in North Cleveland Park.
Forest Hills contains the former site of the Civil War-era Fort Kearny, of which no trace remains today.
Forest Hills also contains Soapstone Valley Park, which surrounds a tributary of Rock Creek.
The National Bureau of Standards (now the National Institute of Standards and Technology) was at one time the largest employer in the neighborhood.
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