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 One of America's Best Intergenerational Communities

Montgomery County was named "One of America's Best Intergenerational Communities" at an awards ceremony held on Capitol Hill. Accepting the award from Generations United and the MetLife Foundation were (from left) Chuck Short, special assistant to County Executive Isiah Leggett; Bruce Adams, director of the County's Office of Community Partnerships; Sheldon Grosberg, vice president of the board of directors for the Jewish Council for the Aging; Carol Croll, executive director of Interages; County Councilmember Hans Riemer; Congressman Chris Van Hollen and Austin Heyman, founder of Interages and senior fellow in the Office of Community Partnerships.