Marcy Harrison

Nominating Committee Delivers Candidate Slate for CJCA Leadership Positions

On April 10, after several months of deliberations and conversations with a broad cross section of Cabin John residents, the Cabin John Citizens Association (CJCA) Nominating Committee submitted a slate of candidates, including Heidi and Scott Lewis serving as co-presidents, for the 2022-2023 term.  The Committee nominated Kelly Banuls as secretary, replacing Meredith Griggs who …

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Local Nature: Nighthawks

Ask an art major what comes to mind when they hear the word “Nighthawks,” and the response is immediate: the name of an iconic Edward Hopper canvas, painted in 1942. The oil on canvas features three customers and a server behind the counter of a well-lit diner, late at night, viewed through the restaurant’s large …

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Local Bird Species Diverse and Threatened – Clive Harris, CJCA March 30

Loss of natural habitat, caused by everything from invasive species to climate change, is causing an alarming loss of bird population in Cabin John and throughout North America, Clive Harris told the 45 or so attendees of the March 30 CJCA meeting.  Clive, an avid birder and past president of the Montgomery Bird Club, focused …

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An Online Option for the Cabin John Neighborhood Directory

The Cabin John Citizens Association is seeking community input on whether or not to provide residents with an online version of the 2021 Cabin John Neighborhood Directory. The print directory was provided free last year to the roughly 750 residences and businesses within Cabin John.  As explained to the attendees of the March 30 CJCA …

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Local Nature: Peeps of Spring

What is nature’s signal that spring is here? To the gardener, pink clouds of cherry blossoms and magnolias floating above beds of bright tulips and daffodils announce the start of the season. For naturalists, it is sound that takes precedence over the visual. Our backyard Northern Cardinal has brightened his chirping song, and the Carolina …

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