gaithersburg

anyone in the gaithersburg/silver spring/rockville/bethesda/poolesville area willing to take in a mom cat and/or her kids?

my bus driver found them living in the sewers, her job destroyed the shelters she left for them and told her shes not allowed to feed them anymore

id take them in myself but i dont think my dad would like the idea of getting more cats in this tiny home. id rather find a home for them than leave them starving in the cold snow

Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Family Crimes Division are asking the public for help in locating a missing Montgomery Village juvenile. An active search is going on at the time of this press release with a multi-unit response.

Kevin Jesus Jamie, age 7, of the 18400 block of Lost Knife Circle in Montgomery Village, was last seen on this morning, November 24. Kevin is described as a Hispanic male, 3’05” tall, 70-75 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair in a Mohawk. He was last seen wearing blue shorts, and a Pink shirt with the writing “real men wear pink” in black letters. He is known to frequent the Lakeforest Mall area in Montgomery Village, and the Montgomery Village Library. At approximately 7:30 a.m., he stated to his family members that he wanted to go to a local Dollar Store. Police were notified at 9:39 a.m.

Police and family are concerned for his welfare due to his age and that he is a first time runaway. Kevin has not been heard from or seen since his disappearance.

Anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of Kevin Jesus Jamie is asked to call the Montgomery County Police Family Crimes Division at 240-773-5400 or the police non-emergency number at 301-279-8000 (24 hours).

Reblog to get the word out please.

Theater, Kentlands, Gaithersburg, Maryland
by Tunnel-Spanger-Walsh & Associates

Theater at Kentlands, one of the first neo-urban communities. Development started in the late 1980s so I assume this theater is new, not 1930s.

About These Deco Pics from TSW
My buddy the city planner sent me these from his planning/architecture firm’s ginormous image database, which they maintain for use in visual preference surveys, presentations, inspiration and examples. He specifically searched on Deco for me.