Friday, May 31, 2013

Washington Post Going Out Guide: "Showtime Lounge in Bloomingdale: Come for the jukebox, stay for a beer"

See this Washington Post Going Out Guide article on Showtime -- you can click on the link to see the images!

Showtime Lounge in Bloomingdale: Come for the jukebox, stay for a beer

Washington music fans know Paul Vivari as DJ Soul Call Paul, the man who spins ’50s R&B, ’60s funk and girl groups at Big Bad City and other dance parties. But tonight, Bloomingdale residents will meet him in another capacity: bar owner.

Vivari’s tiny new tavern, Showtime Lounge, will open at 8 p.m. at 113 Rhode Island Ave. NW, across the street from Boundary Stone. The focus at this low-ceilinged one-room bar is on cheap drinks and great music coming from one of the city’s best jukeboxes. “The city used to be full of dive bars – little neighborhood places like this,” he says.

Let’s start with the drinks. Four draft beers, including DC Brau Public Ale and Bells Oberon wheat ale, flow from a 1930s water tank. Natty Boh, Tecate and Corona Light cans start at $3. (There will be some “craft beer” options, Vivari says, but they might not be available tonight.) He’s also pouring $4 glasses of wine, straight out of the box.
His expertly curated jukebox is stacked with 100 R&B and soul CDs that span the decades from Duke Ellington to Motown, with a focus on D.C. artists, such as Link Wray and Shrine Records. There are plenty of other famous names, too: Howlin’ Wolf, Etta James, James Brown, the Marvelettes, and Ike and Tina Turner. Instead of just sticking CD track lists in the jukebox, Vivari created hand-bound books, almost like karaoke books, that list every available song, and will sit on tables around the room. “Getting to put your own jukebox together,” Vivari says with a laugh, is “the culmination of decades of being a music nerd. I’ll be playing with [the music selection] for the rest of my life.”
Something else to note: The jukebox is completely free. (Convenient, since the bar is cash-only.)
Showtime inherited its name from the previous occupant, Showtime Hair Design, that closed in January 2012. Vivari lives upstairs, and when he got the option to take over the space, “it was too convenient to pass up,” he says. Vivari, who has worked at bars around 14th and U streets, including the Black Cat, wasn’t sure if he wanted to open a bar or a record store. Instead, he opened a record-focused bar that pays tribute to D.C. The walls feature murals of famous Washington musicians and record label logos, drawn by artist Laura Harris. The bathroom is plastered with pages from old Redskins game day programs, inherited from Vivari’s grandfather, a longtime season ticket holder. And if you look at the “weird, British colonial wallpaper,” the large booths and the wood trim, you’ll notice it’s just the right shade of burgundy and gold.
Eventually, Vivari says Showtime will open at 7 or 8 a.m., serving coffee to neighborhood commuters. “There’s a bus stop right outside,” he points out. But for now, the bar looks like the low-key, low-priced hangout that Bloomingdale needs, and a place where music fans will want to linger.

Ward 5 Report (dated 05-31-2013)

From: Councilmember Kenyan R. McDuffie <>
Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 5:14 PM
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The Ward 5 Report:
Office of Councilmember Kenyan R. McDuffie

May 31, 2013

Councilmember McDuffie Invites Residents to His State of the Ward Address
Councilmember McDuffie would like to invite all Ward 5 residents to join him on Tuesday, June 25th, for his State of the Ward Address. The event will be an opportunity for the community to come together to reflect on the many accomplishments we have seen throughout Ward 5, as well as a chance for Councilmember McDuffie to outline his vision for the future of the Ward. The State of the Ward Address will be held at Luke C. Moore High School, located at 1001 Monroe Street, NE, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Parking will be available in the school’s parking lot or residents can utilize on-street parking. Residents may also use the Brookland Metro Station to access the site. We hope to see you there!
Councilmember McDuffie Helps Ward 5 Get Two Additional Bikeshare Stations

Due to the efforts of Councilmember McDuffie’s office, two new Capital Bikeshare stations were installed this week in Ward 5. Residents can now pickup bikes at the Woodridge Library and 12th and Irving Street, NE. In 2008, the District became the first jurisdiction in North America to launch a bikesharing system. For more information on the Capital Bikeshare program, visit
Residents Are Encouraged to Attend the Mid City East Small Area Plan and Livability Study Neighborhood Meetings in June
Mid City East
The next set of meetings hosted by The Mid City East Initiative will take place during the month of June. The Mid City East Initiative is a joint effort of the Office of Planning (OP) and the Department of Transportation (DDOT) to holistically plan for transportation, commercial revitalization, redevelopment, historic resources, sustainability and parks and open space. The Ward 5 meetings will take place on:
June 8, 10:30am‐12:30pm
Meeting Focus: Sursum Corda (and surroundings)
Northwest One Neighborhood Library, 155 L Street, NW
June 12, 6:30‐8:30 p.m.
Meeting Focus: Eckington, (portions of) Edgewood
The Summit at St. Martin’s, 116 T Street, NE
June 20, 6:30‐8:30 p.m.
Meeting Focus: Bloomingdale, LeDroit Park, (portions of) Stronghold
Saint Georges Episcopal Church, 160 U Street, NW
June 24, 6:30‐8:30 p.m.
Meeting Focus: Bates/Truxton Circle, Hanover
Community Academy Public Charter School, 1400 1st Street, NW

For more information on the Mid-City East Initiative, visit
Summer Learning Series – Doing Business with Clark Construction, June – August
Learn from Clark Construction staff experts in a free summer learning series about how to improve purchasing, estimating, and project management skills on projects. There will be three classes in each session and three available sessions for residents. The first sessions will be on June 12, 19, and 26; the second session will be on July 10, 17, and 24; the third session will be on August 7, 14 and 21. All Wednesday classes are from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm and will be located at the DSLBD Small Business Resource Center at One Judiciary Square, 441 4th Street, NW, 11th floor.
To register, please visit their website: For more information, contact Katina Bolder at 202-741-0871.
Reminder: 2013 Housing Expo
The D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), in partnership with the Greater Washington Urban League, will celebrate National Homeownership Month by hosting the 5th Annual D.C. Housing Expo “Welcome Home.”
The expo will be held on Saturday, June 1st at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Expo will provide resources for all residents of the District, including information for renters, homeowners, potential homeowners, landlords and residents facing foreclosure. There will be special panel discussions starting at 10:30 a.m. that will help participants explore housing options as well as pragmatic solutions to address specific housing issues as seniors age at home in the community.
For more information, call (202) 4427200 or visit 
**Ward 5 Events:
Councilmember McDuffie, or a member of his staff, will attend the following events:
Monday, June 3rd – The Ivy City Civic Association meeting will take place at the Bethesda Baptist Church, located at 1808 Capitol Ave, NE, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, June 3rd – The Bates Area Civic Association meeting will take place at the Mt. Sinai Church, located at 1615 3rd St, NW, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Monday, June 3rd – The Eckington Civic Association meeting will take place at the Harry Thomas, Sr. Recreation Center, located at 1743 Lincoln Road, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Monday, June 3rd – The Lamond-Riggs Civic Association meeting will take place at the LaSalle-Backus Education Center, located at 501 Riggs Rd, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Monday, June 3rd – The Stronghold Civic Association meeting will take place at the All Nations Baptist Church, located at 2001 North Capitol Street, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, June 4th – The Woodridge Civic Association meeting will take place at the Washington Center for Aging, located at 2601 18th Street, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, June 4th – The Brentwood Civic Association meeting will take place at the Washington Center for Aging, located at 2601 18th Street, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May June 4th – The Michigan Park Citizens Association meeting will take place at the Bunker Hill Elementary School, located at 1400 Michigan Avenue, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, June 5th – The North Michigan Park Civic Association meeting will take place at the North Michigan Park Recreation Center, located at 1333 Emerson Street, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 13th – The Woodridge South Community Association meeting will take place at the New Canaan Baptist Church, located at 2826 Bladensburg Rd, NE, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, June 10th – The Queens Chapel Civic Association meeting will take place at the Union Wesley AME Church, located at 1860 Michigan Ave, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, June 11th – The Arboretum Neighborhood Association meeting will take place at the Arboretum Community Center, located at 2412 Rand Place, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, June 11th – Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5D will hold its monthly meeting at the 5th District Police Station, located at 1805 Bladensburg Road, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Monday, June 17th – The Bloomingdale Civic Association meeting will take place at the St. George’s Episcopal Church, located at 160 U Street, NW, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, June 18th – The Ward 5 Council on Education will hold its monthly meeting at the Lamond-Riggs Library, located at 5401 South Dakota Ave, NE, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 18th – Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5E will hold its monthly meeting at the Summit, located at 116 T Street, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, June 19th – Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5B will hold its monthly meeting at the ANC 5B Office, located at 1322 Irving Street, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, June 19th – Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5C will hold its monthly meeting at the 5th District Police Station, located at 1805 Bladensburg Road, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Monday, June 24th–The Gateway Civic Association meeting will take place at the Victory Christian Church, located at 3100 Adams Street, NE, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
** Councilmember McDuffie’s public schedule is subject to change.

Showtime opening tonight at around 8:00 pm !!

See this hot-off-the-presses announcement from Showtime's Paul Vivari:

We're finally opening. Like, tonight, around 8.  So stop by!

Friends of McMillan: "McMillan developers launch biased, flawed Internet survey"

06/01/2013 update:  See the revised Friends of McMillanPark message here.

From: Erin Fairbanks
Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 11:13 AM
Subject: PRESS RELEASE: McMillan Developers Launch Biased, Flawed Internet Survey

Dear Councilmembers:

Below, you will find The Friends of McMillan`s latest press release RE: VMP`s first attempt at surveying the public`s reaction to potential McMillan development plans.

Please don`t hesitate to contact me for questions or if you would like to interview one of our more knowledgeable FOM members.


Erin Lynn Fairbanks


Friends of McMillan Park

For Release: May 31, 2013
Contact: Erin Fairbanks, 240-506-6777,

  McMillan Developers Launch Biased, Flawed Internet Survey

The developers chosen to develop the historic McMillan Sand Filtration Site have suddenly discovered the need to determine what the nearby community (and everybody else) really wants for the site.  A full seven years after signing an ``Exclusive Rights Agreement`` with the District Government and presenting their plan to overdevelop the site at countless official and unofficial meetings, Vision McMillan Partners (VMP) has sent out, via the Internet and social media, a survey that is both flawed and biased.

Unlike the Friends of McMillan 2012 survey that employed generally accepted methodologies for survey design, the VMP/District survey is subject to these design flaws:

 --Ballot-stuffing: survey takers are not identified; anybody on the Internet can ``vote early and vote often``;
 --Unfocused: this survey has no mechanism to dis-aggregate the data collected so that anyone can determine where respondents are from: (1) the surrounding community, (2) Ward 5, (3) the District, or (4) anywhere on the Internet;
 --Exclusivity: the survey is apparently being conducted only via e-mail and at selected meetings, and thus many people, particularly older, long-term residents will be left out.
--Biased questions: some questions offer false choices between either the VMP/District`s poor development or no development at all, and other questions offer many options but limit answers to ``choose only three,`` automatically diluting the number and intensity of the concerns people have.

``Why is VMP and the District Government all of a sudden doing this survey after seven years of trying to sell us on their plan to overdevelop McMillan?,`` asked John Salatti, a Bloomingdale resident, former ANC Commissioner, and member of The Friends. ``Are they finally realizing that our rigorous door-to-door survey last year and the hundreds of petition signatures we have collected, both for more park and less development, shows what people really want?``

The Friends completed its comprehensive, unbiased, door-to-door survey over a year ago and presented the results to Mayor Gray, the City Council, including Ward 5 Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie, and to neighborhood and civic associations.  The survey showed that a majority of neighbors want over 50% park and preservation of the underground cells and above-ground silos.   The VMP/District plan, in contrast, calls for an undistinguished, suburb-like development with 12-story office buildings on the north, massive automobile traffic at North Capitol Street and Michigan Avenue and destruction of most the underground water filtration caverns and above-ground structures and minimal contiguous park space.

``This flawed VMP/District Government survey is one more reason for Mayor Gray to cancel the June 6 meeting on declaring McMillan surplus,`` said Salatti. ``When we meet with Councilmember McDuffie next week, we will ask him to join our appeal to the Mayor.``


Ward 5 CM McDuffie: "Internal Review of My Constituent Service Fund"

See this 05-31-2013 message from Councilmember McDuffie's office:
From: Councilmember Kenyan R. McDuffie <>
Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 9:47 AM
Subject: Internal Review of My Constituent Service Fund

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May 31, 2013

Dear Ward 5 Residents,

It is with deep regret that I report that following a routine, internal review of my Constituent Service Fund, I learned on Wednesday that a member of my staff made $225.07 in unauthorized expenditures from the Fund. This obviously is a very serious personnel matter, and I am disheartened that this incident occurred.
I hold myself and my office to the highest standard of personal integrity and have acted swiftly to address this matter. To this end, yesterday I took the necessary steps to terminate the employee and reported the violation to the Office of Campaign Finance (OCF). Now that this matter is under review, I have full confidence that OCF will conduct a thorough and prompt investigation.


want to bid on kid-produced art -- on display at Grassroots Gourmet -- with proceeds benefiting Crispus Attucks Park ?

See this 05/19/2013 message from Bloomingdale resident Molly Minnick:
Check out the masterpiece created by Bloomingdale families at the Saturday, May 18, 2013 kiddie mingle during the Crispus Attucks yard sale, displayed at Grassroots Gourmet.  
Think it would look great in your home?  Participate in the silent auction ending Sunday, June 2, 2013.
100% of the proceeds from the sale will go to Crispus Attucks Park.  
Thanks to Utrecht and PlazaArts of Washington, DC for their generous donations of supplies!
Any questions please e-mail  

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Seaton Place NW (unit and 100 blocks) Neighbors and Friends yard sales -- Saturday, 06-01-2013

See this announcement:

dumpster behind the untenanted apartment buildings on the 1800 block of North Capitol Street NW

A neighbor spotted a dumpster in the rear of the untenanted apartment buildings on the 1800 block of North Capitol Street NW.

introducing Kornelius Anderson: electric work, lawn/yard maintenance, planting flowers, trees and shrubs; installing TV brackets, moving heavy objects

See this message:
Hello Bloomingdale residents I hope you are enjoying the weather. My name is Neil and I'm a native Washingtonian and have lived in the Bloomingdale area for over three years now. I live in the 100 block of Adams street NW.  I`ve done many jobs in the area from lawn work to electric work with my father-in-law Wayne Johnson. I love working in the community, bringing my skills to help beautify the area
As I've mentioned I do lawn work and maintenance for yards. I plant mow lawns, plant flowers, trees, and/or shrubs. I take pride in my work and try my hardest to be a perfectionist when it comes to working and again I love doing it. Nonetheless I ALWAYS put my clients best Interest first hand
With doing work with Wayne I`ve meet many in the area and would love to meet more neighbors. Other things I do is install Television brackets. If you need help with moving heavy objects I can use my strength to help.
I want to say thank you for your support and I`m glad to live in one of the best neighborhoods in the city with the greatest neighbors.
Contact info
(Cell) 202 905-8616

a message from Robert Brannum: "Letter to Ward 5"

From: Robert Vinson Brannum <>
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 9:26 PM
Subject: [ward5] Letter to Ward 5

Dear Ward 5 Neighbors,
There comes a time in one’s life when you have to face the realities of life.  That time has come for me.
The Bloomingdale community and Ward 5 have been home to me for over 30 years.  The house I live in is where my mother and her sister were each married.  There are community, Ward, and family memories I will always cherish with fondness and love.
All of my life I have tried to serve others and to be a positive guidepost for young people.  Community service is a principle I value and believe.  I am blessed God has allowed me many opportunities to champion the causes of justice, equality, due process for all regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, or political ideology.   However, I will always be a proud Democrat.
I tried my best to be fair to all and to respect all, even those who strongly disagreed with me.
Throughout my varied roles of service; as a teacher, a U.S. military service member, and a community activist, I fought for the rights of others and for the dignity of all people.    I am truly proud of my commitment and support for D.C. statehood and the right for full District congressional representation.
Over the years I have marched for civil rights, protested injustices against young people, workers, and seniors, walked with my neighbors against drug trafficking in the Bloomingdale/Edgewood/Eckington communities.  I have testified in strong support for high quality District public education, against governmental secrecy, over-reach, and even been arrested for District self-determination.  I believe and remain a dedicated fighter for good government and community cohesion and inclusiveness. 
I believe in fighting for what is right and just.  Even, if I had to stand and fight alone. 
Yet, through and above it all, I tried to be loyal to my principles, to my core beliefs of justice and due process, and dedicated to the people of the District of Columbia.  While I did not back down from a political or public policy challenge and fought hard to persuade the truths as I thought they were; I never engaged in the practice of anonymous personal character assassination to hurt people or for entertainment. Whatever I said or did, I stood up and put my name to it.  In an era before the current public and media outcry for openness, transparency, ethics; I saw it as the decent thing to do. 
I tried to be faithful and dedicated to Bloomingdale, Ward 5, and to the people of the District of Columbia.  I believe I have.
My personal and community journey of service has enriched me and made me I hope worthy of God’s grace and mercy.  However, the time has come for me to focus on something spiritually more valuable and precious; my health and my family.
It is with great love and affection I announce I will not seek re-election as Chair of the Ward 5 Democratic Committee.  In addition, I will step-down as a Vice-Chair of the Ward 5 Council on Education, Inc., and Vice-Chair of the 5th District Citizens’ Advisory Council, Inc.
If there is a closing thought I would share, I hope you will find it in the links below:

Please know there is still and always will be a fight in me.
There are many people who I would give a shout out to for their encouragement through the years.  I cannot name them all; however, I would like to single out two people for special recognition as leaders; they are Mayor Vincent C. Gray and Chairman Phil Mendelson. 
As a Washingtonian and as a proud Democrat, I believe Mayor Gray and Chairman Mendelson have provided consummate municipal leadership and management oversight of District affairs. 
Finally, to the three who mean the most to me, my wife, my son, and my goddaughter, I’m coming home.  I love you all.

Vision McMillan Partners HPRB concept submission: Buildings 1B: Grocery/Multifamily Building + Park and Community Center

See this 05/30/2013 message from ANC 5E Chair Dianne Barnes:

Community Awareness:  Forwarding latest VMP (Vision McMillan Partners) read ahead for the upcoming ANC5E June 2013 Meeting which include updates on buildings for the McMillan Sand Filtration Site Development.  
Please consider looking at the updated designs prior to completing your survey.
Dianne Barnes  
5E Chairperson (5E09)
McMillan Advisory Group Member

Bloomingdale resident Tynesia Hand-Smith, featured designer in today's Washington Post House Calls

Washington Post Home & Garden article below - featuring Bloomingdale's Tynesia Hand-Smith:

By Margaret Ely, Published: May 29


Lori and Jim Follmer`s kitchen is the largest room in their Frederick home. Instead of a traditional dining area with a table and chairs, the Follmers want a stylish and comfortable space for entertaining guests.


With the fireplace as the focal point, designer Tynesia Hand-Smith creates an intimate gathering space for family and friends.

Hand-Smith, of Design 36ixty Interiors (202-986-1847, ), is based in Washington.

New curtain panels offer both privacy and warmth, and add weight to the left wall of the room.

Two bookcases, including one that fits between the refrigerator and the fireplace, help store cookbooks and paperwork.

A new sofa is set opposite the fireplace, which now becomes the room`s focal point.

To help ease the transition from kitchen to seating area, add a bright rug.

Hang framed prints with a consistent theme throughout the space, including on the backsplash behind the sink.

Use a wall color that blends well with the exposed brick to frame the fireplace. Try Benjamin Moore`s Audubon Russet.

Shopping Guide

Furniture: Hendrix bookcase ($799) and Carter metal folding tray table in black ($179), both from; Cumberland pine mantel in natural finish ($1,100 for 56-inch mantel,; Keaton luxe full sleeper sofa ($4,890,

Accessories: Paris Vespa ($159) and Classic Road Car ($159) 25-by-25-inch white-framed prints, both from; Martha pillow ($281) and Modern pillow ($270), both from; Foucault`s iron orb chandelier in Rustic Iron ($675 for medium,

Window treatments: Perennials textured linen weave drapes in Clementine ($269 for each 108-by-50 inch panel,


Kloser red earth rug ($5,400 for 6-by-9 foot rug,

Robertson cube ottoman in Zebra Chocolate ($995,

. . . OR SAVE

Desa rug in Terra Cotta ($479 for 5-by-8-foot rug,

Zebra faux leather storage ottoman ($69,

See past room makeovers by local designers at .

Tell us about your design challenge. Send photos, room dimensions and contact information to makeover @

power outage on Rhode Island Avenue NW in Bloomingdale

From: Chancee Lundy
Date: May 30, 2013, 4:00:44 PM EDT
Subject: Power Outage on Rhode Island Ave. NW


There is currently a power outage affecting some of the homes on the 100 and 200 block of Rhode Island Ave. NW as well as the traffic signals at 2nd and 3rd.

We have contacted Pepco about the issue. They informed us that an overhead transformer exploded in the area and  that they are working to have power restored by 6:00pm.

I am letting you know this because a few residents came outside believing that the DDOT construction hit a line. That is not the case. At any rate, I wanted to keep you informed.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Chancee' Lundy

PoPville: "Bloomingdale’s Newest Bar, Showtime, Opens Next Week"

See this news from PoPville:                                                                   

Bloomingdale’s Newest Bar, Showtime, Opens Next Week

113 Rhode Island Ave, NW
Showtime had hoped to open at the end of March at 113 Rhode Island Ave, NW but the date has now finally arrived! Next week you’ll be able to stop into Bloomingdale’s newest bar (and later in the week they’ll have coffee and pastries too.) On tap they plan on pouring DC Brau, Bells Oberon, “Showtime Classic” (the house lager), plus a rotating seasonal beer. Additionally they’ll have a variety of canned beer like Tecate and others. For the wine lovers out there – they’ll be sporting a fine selection of boxed wines. And they have a sweet, sweet juke box. Here’s just a taste of what they’ll be playing:

missing cat from the unit block of Q Street NW

See this message from PopVille about a missing cat from Q Street NW:                                

Missing Cat – Albert

Albert is a grey and black tabby with sandy ears. He’s not wearing a collar, is very friendly, and blind.
Last seen: 27 May 2013, 6 PM (Unit Block of Q St NW) Call day or night: (901) 277-2742 or (901) 692-0625
Reward offered

Vision McMillan Partners invites you to take its McMillan Survey

From: Vision McMillan Partners <>
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 1:07 AM
Subject: Please Take Our McMillan Survey

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Please Take Our Survey


Below is the link to our quick McMillan Survey.  The survey asks a few quick questions and provides an opportunity for you to give us feedback about your specific ideas and concerns about the McMillan Sand Filtration Site.  
Take the McMillan Survey

We are currently rolling out the planned designs for the site, and the renderings for the Medical Office Buildings, Town homes and some of the Park and Community Center features can be seen on our website.

We will  be presenting the Community Center and Grocery Store this month at  ANC 5A and ANC 5E.

Thanks for taking the time to complete the survey.


Tania Jackson
Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
Copyright © 2013 Vision McMillan Partners, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this email from us because you either signed up on our website or provided your contact information at a meeting with the Vision McMillan team.

Our mailing address is:
Vision McMillan Partners
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

MBS Fit Boot Camp Class now in the Park at LeDroit

See this message from resident Uthman Claiborne:

MBS Fit Boot Camp Class is now at Ledroit Park! Come out for a basic body weight boot camp. This class is designed to get you up and get you moving. If you like a challenge and you like to have fun with your fitness process then this is the class for you. Designed to take a person that has a basic fitness level to provide with them with more stability, agility, coordination, body awareness, strength, and endurance. Come out and join me for this four week program and voyage into your better self!
Prices- 100$  for a 4 week program
Referral Price- Also available
Single Class- 30$
Dates- TBA

For more information, visit