Come one, come all FotoCraft Camera Club Members! You are cordially invited to attend the annual Holiday Club Meeting at the famous Capital Yacht Club which is located at 1000 Water Street, SW.
Festivities will begin at 6:30pm and last until 9:00pm. Our sumptuous meal will once again be catered by Deborah Johnson. We will play Kriss Kringle after dinner so please bring one of your favorite photos for the exchange.
Also, we will once again pass the hat for our annual contribution to the Nineteenth Street Baptist Church. They continue to allow us to use space at the church for our bi-monthly meetings. We just want to show our appreciation.
Please rsvp so we can get a head count and I look forward to seeing you on the 23rd.
View a series of images taken at the exciting Humanities Council Community Historians Program as the FotoCraft Camera Club showcased the History of the FotoCraft Camera Club and one of it’s founders, 100 year old John H. Pinkard, Jr. Irene Kellogg represented the Club on the panel of Grant winners.
Who: Washingtonians interested in neighborhood history, preservation, and culture.
What: A demonstration of projects funded as part of the DC Community Heritage Project.
When: Thursday, December 8th, 2011 6:30PM-9PM
Where: John Eaton Elementary School, Cleveland Park, 3301 Lowell Street, NW Washington, DC 20008
Join the Humanities Council of Washington, DC and the Historic Preservation Office at John Eaton Elementary school in Cleveland Park as this year’s DC Community Heritage Project grantees showcase their efforts to research, interpret, and publicize the history of their communities. You are guaranteed to learn something new about Washington, DC!
DCCHP Showcase Press Release