Thursday, May 9, 2013
Language Stars is the nation's leader in foreign language education for children ages 1-10, the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce said.
A grand opening ceremony was held recently for Language Stars—the nation's leader in foreign language education for children ages 1-10, the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce announced. The school is located at 656 Quince Orchard Road in Gaithersburg. The ceremony was conducted on Thursday, May 2, 2013. Attendees included Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, Gaithersburg Mayor Sidney A. Katz, Gaithersburg City Council members Cathy Drzyzgula and Jud Ashman, Language Stars Center Director Taylor Griffith and Language Stars Marketing Director Ilene Lubell.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Gaithersburg news in brief.
The city of Gaithersburg released the following news in the last week: Sample Recreation Classes at Solstice Fitness Party The city of Gaithersburg and the Vitamin Shoppe invite you to celebrate the longest night of the year at the first Solstice Fitness Party on Friday, De. 21, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park. This free event is a great opportunity to sample numerous fitness class offerings in a fun and relaxed atmosphere with disco lights and power music. This event is open to those 8 years and older. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Visit the city of Gaithersburg website for more information. Register Now for Holiday Break Basketball Clinics The city of Gaithersburg will host Holiday Break …
Friday, October 5, 2012
City Council Members Ryan Spiegel and Cathy Drzyzgula weigh in on Wednesday night's debate. What did you think?
Voters in a Patch poll of Maryland believe President Barack Obama swung and missed in Wednesday night's opening debate, with more than 80 percent saying they believe Republican challenger Mitt Romney emerged the victor. We want to hear your reactions to the first debate and two of Gaithersburg's City Council Members and a local delegate weighed in. Council Vice President Ryan Spiegel: Like Chuck Todd, I was struck by the civility of the debate and the genuine focus on issues and policy differences — perhaps the first such presidential debate since they started being televised. There really weren't any personal attacks or zingers. It was a respectful, albeit passionate disagreement about visions for our future and about policy details. That…
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Katz likens project to that of Kentlands, Lakelands from more than 20 years ago.
In the eyes of Mayor Sidney A. Katz, it's been more than 20 years since the City of Gaithersburg has worked on a project similar to the new Crown Development. "Way back when, when Kentlands and Lakelands were being developed, we did something like this," Katz told Patch. "But it's been a very, very long time." In comparison, Crown features 180 acres of land versus 352 acres of the old Kentlands Farm, but the developments will be similar in providing single-family homes, townhomes and apartments, along with expansive commercial real estate, a park area, and a future school. Council member Michael A. Sesma said, like Katz, that parallels can be drawn between the two developments. "[Kentlands] had stops and starts for a lot of different …