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Workout For Free At Washington Sports Club

Workout For Free At Washington Sports Club

 

With temperatures in the area expecting to soar in the high 90’s and 100's once again this week, Washington Sports Clubs is encouraging Washingtonians to take their workouts indoors to escape the heat. Clubs citywide will open their doors to the public for free workouts every time the thermometer hits 90 degrees through August.

Beginning this month you can work out for free in any WSC facility on days where the temperature tops 90 degrees.

Work Out For Free at Washington Sports Club

Work Out For Free at Washington Sports Club

The following was sent to us by Staci Bloom:

 

With temperatures in the  area expecting to soar in the high 90’s and 100's once again this week, Washington Sports Clubs is encouraging Washingtonians to take their workouts indoors to escape the heat. Clubs citywide will open their doors to the public for free workouts every time the thermometer hits 90 degrees through August. 

Beginning this month you can work out for free in any WSC facility on days where the temperature tops 90 degrees.

Black Enterprise Names Nine Maryland Companies to “Top 100” list for 2011

Black Enterprise Names Nine Maryland Companies to “Top 100” list for 2011

 

Nine Maryland firms made Black Enterprise Magazine’s annual list of Top 100 Largest Black Businesses for 2011, ranking the State third for the most companies on the list. The companies report a combined revenue of $1.5 billion and more than 2,000 employees. Among the Maryland companies topping the list is RLJ Development, an investment firm in Bethesda, which moved up to 6th from 8th in 2010 and reported revenues of $578 million and 47 employees. Media company Radio One, headquartered in Lanham, came in at 13th with $279 million in revenues and 865 employees and 1Source Consulting, an IT company in Germantown, ranked 17th with $232 million in revenues and 110 employees.

Washington Adventist Hospital Will Help Region Meet Full Economic Potential

 

Takoma, MD – Stephen S. Fuller, Ph.D., renowned Washington area economist, predicts the proposed relocation of Washington Adventist Hospital to White Oak, and the continued use of the hospital’s Takoma Park Campus, will play a significant role in helping both Montgomery County and Prince George’s County achieve their economic potential.

Prince George's Police Dept. Participates in 28th Annual National Night Out

Prince George's Police Dept. Participates in 28th Annual National Night Out

Police Chief Mark Magaw and county officials joined community leaders and neighborhood civic groups for the 28th Annual National Night Out Tuesday, August 2nd.

The events sponsored by National Association of Town Watch, heightened public awareness of crime and drug prevention programs and generated support for, and participation in, local anti-crime efforts throughout the county.  The interaction in the communities strengthened neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships and also showed a unity in the fight against criminal activity.

“National Night out is an annual event that promotes strong relationships between the police department and the community.  This event provides a great opportunity for the community and police to unite and work together in solving community issues.  Over the years this event has become a key factor in reducing crime and keeping our communities safe.” said Chief Mark Magaw.