Collaborating with Greenbelt Access TV, News Review and Museum

Banner of the Greenbelt Maryland YouTube Channel. Some good news about the Greenbelt community… Greenbelt Access TV Sharing Videos GreenbeltOnline has long been associated with video – some that I’ve made myself, but many more that I include on the Greenbelt Maryland YouTube Channel associated with this site. There you can watch curated videos sorted into playlists like Arts and ...
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Introducing Greenbelt Online to Greenbelt News Review Readers

Thanks to the Greenbelt News Review for printing the article below about Greenbelt Online in their June 17 issue. It’s titled: ”Introducing GreenbeltOnline.org.” (The other title I suggested was “Greenbelt Online is Ready your Eyeballs.”) Readers already familiar with Greenbelt Online may still learn something about Greenbelt’s history of community websites, and the growth of this one. Have you explored Greenbelt’s ...
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Golden Age Club Goes Virtual – on Zoom, Facebook and Internet

Photo by Rebekah Sutfin Sadly, the last in-person event of Greenbelt’s Golden Age Club was in early March. But it’s September now and the club is back with its regular Wednesday meeting schedule –  on Zoom this time, with plans through the end of the year. Events are open to all members, who receive the Zoom link via email. Nonmembers ...
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Free Web Pages for Greenbelt Organizations!

Ad in this week’s Greenbelt News Review NEW! Greenbelt groups are invited to have their own web page created here at Greenbelt Online. Your page, like this one for the Golden Age Club, will then be shown in the Directory of Greenbelt Organizations. And your group doesn’t have to be officially “organized” – just a group of Greenbelters with a ...
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Vigil for George Floyd in Roosevelt Center

Franklin Park resident Carla Johns calls herself a “behind-the-scenes person” who “doesn’t like being front and center.” So it was a challenge for her to step up and organize a candlelight vigil for George Floyd – but she did it and it was just what this community (and this attendee) needed. Carla began posting this notice on local Facebook groups ...
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