From Go Fund Me:
“This is the OFFICIAL GoFundMe for Hank Dietle’s. Thank you for all of your requests to help. We are in the process of planning the initial cleanup and determining insurance coverage for the building.
In the meantime, this fund is being setup to assist with the recovery efforts to help bring Hank Dietle’s back: the very first steps of cleanup, to help our employees who are out of work, musicians out of equipment, purchasing replacement items for rebuilt space.
About Hank Dietle’s Tavern: Montgomery County’s oldest roadhouse! We are a small neighborhood spot right across from the White Flint Mall. Drop by for a game of pool, kick your feet up on their front porch, you can even catch a band on given nights… We are the ONLY bar in the county where you can bring your own food or order food in. At Dietle’s there are no strangers here… Only friends you haven’t met.”
As of 4pm about $3000 has been raised out of the $20,000 goal.
A reader asks: “Can anyone share any opportunities for support, volunteering, or donations for Helping migrants bused from Texas and Arizona? I hope our region will do what we can…
This rental is located at 301 G Street SW. The Craigslist ad says: “$1,725 / 481ft2 – Modern Amenities, Laundry On Site, Walk In Closets (Southwest/Waterfront)
photo by Victoria Pickering “Dear PoPville, We are looking for a landscaper to help us maintain the facade of the building on California Street NW. We are traveling often and…
photo by Dave Lyons Thanks to Dave for sharing his awesome photo. Kim sends some festive dancing videos from Navy Yard last night: