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“That’s too much like right,” as they say … Since it is now too late hold their event in Anacostia, as a common courtesy, I will provide the contact information for the co-owner of Uniontown B & G who would be glad to assist you hosting your large groups, association, graduation, birthday, wedding anniversary or whatever it may be. (In the recent past Uniontown B & G kindly hosted a book group led by one of the most respected and well-known leaders of the Library of Congress.) Call Gabriele Tripodi at 202.460.3048 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Anacostia Alumni Group cordially invites all alumni, family, friends, current and ex athletes in the D.M.V. to celebrate the induction of 3 distinguished alumni into the Anacostika Hall of Fame. Frederick Gregory Cl. 58, Robert “Nicky” Dyer Cl. 61 and Glenn Harris Cl. 65. Date: March 28th 2015 Location: The Camelot by Martin’s Address: 13905 Central Ave. Upper Marlboro Md. 20772 (Across from Six Flags Amusement Park) Time 12 Noon to 4 pm Donation: $60.00 per person Business Attire preferred. Updated contacts for details and tickets are: Bill Peguses Cl. 64 571-229-0776 Cassandra Mcknight Cl. 66 240-476-9328 Randolph Hursey Cl. 68 202-486-6846 Maurice Marshall Cl. 72 202-413-4883 This is a catered affair. No tickets will be sold at the door. We ask that you R.S.V.P. by March 15th so that we can inform management about seating.
Washington City schools once had separate boards for its “colored school” and white schools. In the early 1930’s there were only “white schools” in Anacostia. The Birney School, named after abolitionist James G. Birney, outside of Old Anacostia at the junction of Howard Avenue and Nichols Avenue was the local “colored school.” Today the building still stands as the Thurgood Marshall Academy.
The “white schools” located on this map are Ketcham Elementary School which today is at the corner of 15th Street and Good Hope Road, formerly Adams Street and Good Hope Road, and the Van Buren School and the Van Buren Annex which were on W Street, formerly Jefferson Street, and V Street, formerly Washington Street.
Anacostia High School, which was built in 1935, is not represented on the map. Additionally, the old Saint Teresa School, which opened in 1908 and is now abandoned, was a Catholic School and is not represented in this map of city schools.