Georgetown Arts 2014

CAG Executive Director Betsy Cooley and Treasurer Robert Laycock
Mary Bird
CAG Executive Director Betsy Cooley and Treasurer Robert Laycock

The Citizens Association of Georgetown held an opening reception at the House of Sweden on Feb. 6 to showcase the talents of Georgetown residents and artists who have studios in Georgetown. The attendees deemed the fifth annual event, which ran through Feb. 9, the best to date. Sale proceeds support CAG to preserve the historic character, quality of life and aesthetic values of Georgetown. In the same spirit, Georgetown Village, a non-profit membership organization established to help seniors age safely in their homes, will hold volunteer training at 3 p.m. on Feb. 24 in the lobby at 3000 K St., NW.

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