Nancy- You bring new meaning to the word neighbor! Thank you for your story!
This story has vibrations! Thank you, thank you, thank you Melinda!
My daughter Elizabeth and I were ecstatic with our happen chance run in with Melinda. I suggested she not miss the McCoy/Peabody Room up on the 3rd floor and be sure to introduce herself to Jerry McCoy. Receiving this story in the mail was such a treat, especially because I did not know that Jerry had given Melinda a map template. Another lesson in everyone has a story!
We are honored and privileged to add Sophia’s art and story to our collection! Thank you Sophia!
These maps are so special and can be found in glass boxes at the entrance to Dumbarton Oaks Park. They are frame worthy!
You provide the behind the scenes safety, security, community activity and beautification that makes Georgetown such a vibrant and friendly place to live! And, you make it look seamless! We appreciate you!
Thank you for this story! We look for many more!
Thank you Jerry, for creating another Georgetown ‘church’ for those of us who love to visit as well as those just passing through!
Thank you for the personal time and effort that you put into your story!
What’s a neighborhood without the proverbial beverage store? They are being modest when they mention a ‘possible’ good laugh. Georgetown Wine and Spirits is right out of Seinfeld! Everyone in the neighborhood is seen coming or going, some more than others. You’re the icing on the cake for my friends and family!
Thank you for your story and your hospitality!
Georgetown Wine and Spirits stocks garlic stuffed olives for my evening martini. When my husband Denny walked over to replenish our supply, pre cocktail time, one evening, he was told that a local blond woman buys them out! Uh ohhh, loose lips sink ships!