Est. 1868 • Celebrating 150 years!
Est. 1868 • Celebrating 150 years!
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Along with the rest of the DC metro area, the Aged Woman’s Home of Georgetown has recently had an abundance of heat, wind, and tree branches flying about the yard. We are happy to report that, besides having a plethora of sticks to clean up and a few bent-over lilies, we are all safe and sound. We are also decidedly enjoying this current fallesque 82-degree cold snap! August in DC is usually not so lovely a place outside of the shade.

Besides the cooler weather, another delightful aspect of Mother Nature has descended upon us in Georgetown. Gorgeous white, pink, and purple crepe myrtles, all in full summer bloom, have taken over the landscape. Their glory is giving those famous spring cherry blossoms a run for their money.

We have also recently had several longtime Guests move from the Home, to places where they can receive more appropriate care in a more suitable environment for their particular needs. We are now busy working to make over the empty rooms to ready them for new Guests.

The Home’s mission continues—to give a new group of independent-living senior women in need a room of their own —at no charge—and a safe community in which to thrive.

Lilies before the storm

Lilies after the storm