Although the Twinbrook neighborhood is more than fifty years old, it was only ten years ago that the City of Rockville built a community recreation center here. Today we celebrated this achievement, which brought out lots of people, young and old, on this beautiful day with a welcome from Mayor Susan Hoffman and tables filled with information about various city programs, including the PTA, Human Rights Commission, and the Twinbrook Citizens Association, and prizes provided by the City and Noodles and Co.
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Max…it’s Marcuccio…no “H”
Eek! My name is butchered so frequently that I’ve become very sensitive to other people’s names, so I’m much embarrassed by spelling Phyllis’ name incorrectly. Sorry! I was caught by the differences in pronouncing and spelling Italian words.