Village Celebrates New Year with Annual Potluck Dinner
On December 30th 56 Villagers attend the third annual Pot Luck Dinner to celebrate the New Year. This Village tradition continues.
The Village program committee pulled out all the stops with elegant decorations, volunteer staff serving hors d’oeuvres, excellent food, music, and joyous greetings for the New Year.
Executive Director, Bob McDonald, detailed the Village accomplishments for 2015. Ruth Schimel and Sally Willis spoke as a recipient of services and as a volunteer.
All agreed that the party and the warm company of new and old friends set the tone for 2016 – this will be a year of great promise and opportunity for FBWE Village members and volunteers alike.
Foggy Bottom West End Village is a neighborhood nonprofit volunteer/membership organization in Washington, D.C., that provides services and social activities to help residents live independently for the long term. Learn more About Us
The Foggy Bottom West End Village has been on an exciting journey. From the two-year planning stage through our grand opening in October 2013 until today, we have been able to meet critical deadlines with the help of many individuals, board members, and community organizations. We have exceeded our own expectations and goals in membership, volunteer services and programming, and we have evolved into a mature organization.
Our Annual Report
We are well positioned to continue this journey for years to come, inviting more fellow travelers to join us. As you read this first annual report, consider how we might together make this journey more fulfilling, exciting, and caring.We welcome your ideas and your participation as we travel together as a Village.