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MGH Women’s Board Picnic, July 28, 2015

Everyone is welcome to attend this annual event.  Click here for complete event information.

MCPD Warns of Distraction Burglaries

Burglary suspects are posing as utility workers and salespersons.  Click here for more detailed information.

MCPD Text a Tip Program

The Montgomery County Police Department accepts anonymous tips via cell phone, PDA, or Web browser.  Click here to learn about the Text a Tip program.

Transporation Committee Requests Community Feedback

GOCA’s Transportation Committee wants community feedback regarding potential transportation options. The data collected (totals, not individual responses) will be shared with officials as well as compared to published county and state information. Everyone in your household who is over 16 years old is encouraged to take the survey. The survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.

Please go to the following link to complete the survey:

Joe’s Ride – May 16, 2015

For the past several years, Joe’s Ride has been an integral part of the Olney Days events.

Click here for information on Joe’s Ride 2015

The friends and family of Joe Sanford and the Greater Olney Civic Association have joined together to honor and remember our precious Olney children.
Joe’s Ride helps to recognize and remember all the families in the Olney area who have endured the sorrow of losing a child. Our goal is to ensure that every child, no matter how long or how brief their time on earth was measured, is never forgotten. Joe’s Ride affords us all the opportunity to see and hear their names and to memorialize our precious children.
At the staging area, the Joe’s Ride – Remembering Olney’s Kids banner will be displayed and we invite, encourage, and welcome any family who has lost a child to sign the child’s name on the banner as both a tribute and a memorial. Balloons printed with each child’s name will be released in a brief, yet touching remembrance ceremony at 7:45 a.m. Please contact Betsy or Russ Sanford at 301-519-3835 to discuss how to memorialize a child.