Est. 1868 • Celebrating 150 years!
Est. 1868 • Celebrating 150 years!
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A Lost Wardrobe, but a Found Home

A Lost Wardrobe, but a Found Home

Guests at The Aged Woman’s Home of Georgetown, as we enter the spring of 2022, range in age from 66 to 90. We have Guests who are just a month or so with us, one since 1993, and several between 8 and 15 years. Providing these Guests with housing at no charge continues...

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The Mission Goes On

The Mission Goes On

The Aged Woman’s Home of Georgetown is just about to enter its 154th spring, and we cannot wait! Soon, redbuds will be flowering, cherry blossoms blooming, and later, May's amazing peonies and azaleas will burst forth. We are already seeing a few crocuses, and any day...

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A Home for the Holidays

A Home for the Holidays

As we hurtle from Thanksgiving to Christmas, the season of giving is still upon us. Two groups descended upon the Home this past week, despite continuing Covid-concerns, to deck our halls and help our Guests, Staff, and Visitors be merry. The first, a group of...

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The Holidays Are Fast Upon Us

The Holidays Are Fast Upon Us

The holidays are fast upon us, and so is the season of giving, and of giving thanks. Veterans Day, a National Day of Remembrance of those who gave their lives in service to our country, was celebrated November 11.

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Spring Cleanup Begins at the Home

Spring Cleanup Begins at the Home

We were excited to greet our first outside volunteer since March 2020 when the pandemic shutdown started in DC. Elijah, a junior at Georgetown Preparatory School wore his mask, social distanced, and stayed outside, but most importantly he cleaned out our fish pond. We...

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