Welcome October


Welcome Fall.

Whew! It was a busy September. Our yearly team-building field trips held last month brought in October with excitement and cheer. Below are select photos.

First, was our Middle and High school trip. Thanks to the Crew at …


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Our Visit to the White House


Hello Friends,

It’s an exciting time to be a part of Community Bridges. We can’t wait to show off fresh, new plans for CB programs this (2015-2016) school year.

And we’ve already begun with a bang! Yesterday, we were at …


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“How Do You Zoo?” With CBES

CBES at the Zoo

On Friday March 27,  CBES girls from JoAnn Leleck at Broad Acres and Rolling Terrace Elementary Schools took a trip to the National Zoo to participate in the How Do You Zoo? program.

Here, children explored various career options available …


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The Big Sister/Little Sister College Trip

CB Girls Rock

CB Big Sister/Little Sister College Trip 2015

Hello all!

We are proud to announce that our College trip on Friday, March 27 was a success! We partnered up with Silver Spring International Middle School, to provide a college tour for …


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CB Girls’ Voice It – February Highlights


February each year, students around America learn about the Civil Rights movement and about African Americans in history who contributed to the social movement for equal rights.

Community Bridges contributes to community development by empowering young girls to be positive …


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CB Girls at MLK Day of Service in Silver Spring

Let peace reign

Hello all!

We had a blast at Montgomery County’s Martin Luther King Junior Day Of Service at the Silver Spring Civic Center in Maryland. From activities like making Valentine’s Day cards for seniors and Puzzle Pictures for Nursing Homes, to …


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Interview with Cynthia James

Tell us about your self.

Other than what my bio states, I am a native Pittsburgher (Go Steelers!!!) and come from a family of my parents and two older brothers.  I enjoy volunteering and exploring communities from the resident perspective …


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