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The Undy 5000 Comes to Washington, D.C. to Help Increase Colon Cancer Awareness

The first annual Washington, DC Undy 5000 5K run will be held on Sunday, October 3 at 8:00 AM at East Potomac Park. The Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA), a national patient advocacy organization, will host the event as part of its week long DC Goes Blue campaign, which is designed to help educate the public about colon cancer, the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States.

“Washington, DC has one of the highest incidence rates of colon cancer in the nation,” said Andrew Spiegel, CEO of the Colon Cancer Alliance. “Bringing our highly successful Undy 5000 to Washington, DC provides us with a great opportunity to bring greater awareness to colon cancer and the importance of being screened to help prevent this disease. This is a fun, healthy way to inform people about colon cancer, while helping save lives.”

Maryland’s Biggest Consignment Sale – Tot Swap – returns to Montgomery and Frederick Counties

Thousands of items babies, kids, and teens at bargain prices; consignors make up to70% from their items

2nd Annual Bubba's Belly Run

Army Captain Brian “Bubba” Bunting was deployed to Afghanistan in June 2008, and returned home for a two-week visit in January 2009. He was back in Afghanistan for four days when he was killed by a roadside bomb on February 24, 2009. Bubba and his wife, Nicki, started their race toward a family on their honeymoon, and their son, Connor, was born on July 2, 2006. Just four days after Nicki received the notification that Bubba was killed, she found out that their second child was conceived.

Bubba’s Belly Run is a 5K race and 1 mile Maternity Walk/Fun Run that was established in memory of Capt. Brian “Bubba” Bunting, who was killed while serving in Afghanistan in February 2009. All proceeds from Bubba’s Belly Run go directly toward supporting the families fallen service members.

Bye-Bye Summer Party

Come out to celebrate the last week of summer in a Potomac, Md. mansion!

Relax at this daylong event while eating catered cuisine, sipping drinks by the pool, and listening the area’s best DJs spinning.

D.C. DJs Spyda, Sprang International, Hazzard, and Dj Super Slice will all be in attendance, spinning the best soca, reggae, hip-hop, and dance jams.

The first 50 tickets will be sold for $35.00, regular price: $45.00, and $50.00 the day of.

The mansion location is 9731 Sorrel Ave., Potomac, MD and the event will take place from 4pm-12am. This event is for adults 21 and over.

For ticket info, please call: 202.640.3082

CJs C&O 5k Walk/Run to Remember

The second annual race in honor of the late Charles Jess Hull II (CJ) takes place Saturday, August 28 at 9am.

Hull was a former U.S. Marine.  He passed away in July of 2008 due to brain cancer. 

Hull was passionate about running, and could almost always be spotted wearing a bandana running on the Tow Path. This was one of his favorite places.

In honor of his memory and to celebrate his life, Hull’s family created CJs C&O 5k Run/Walk. This non-profit event is created to honor Hull and others who were taken by cancer and enable the family to raise needed funds to find a cure for this terrible disease while doing something CJ loved to do…..RUN.

A portion of the money earned will go to the Hull Family Trust.  The Trust aims to preserve cultural heritage and promote environmental sustainability by empowering communities in developing countries.

Books For Sale

The Potomac Branch Library is having a book sale Saturday September 11 at 10am. 

This event is sponsored by Friends of the Library, Potomac Chapter. 

 The books will be sold a huge bargain with most hardbacks starting at $1.00 and soft covers starting at $.50.

Come out and support you community! The Potomac Branch Library is located at: 10101 Glenolden Drive, Potomac, MD, 20854.

PGA Tour Comes to Potomac

Come watch the pros—on the PGA’s dime!

The PGA Senior Players Championship will be held October 7 to 10 at the newly renovated TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm.

The best part about this tour is that tickets are 100 percent free for the entire week of the championship.  The PGA says this tournament is going to be the first modern major championship on any of the American professional golf tours to offer free admission for every fan.