January 31, 2014

Gilchrist Center in the Gaithersburg Library

Montgomery County Public Libraries Director Parker Hamilton (red jacket) welcomed the family of former County Executive Charlie Gilchrist at the Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity Open House held in conjunction with the grand reopening of the Gaithersburg Library on January 4. Pictured from left (back row): Don Gilchrist with daughter Maya, Maryland State Delegate Jim Gilchrist with nephew Ben, Office of Community Partnerships Director Bruce Adams, Phoebe Gilchrist, Tonya Gilchrist, Parker Hamilton, Center volunteer Phyllis Okechukwu, Center staffer assigned to the library site Karen Zelaya and volunteer Azar Shishavi; (bottom row) Center staffers Gabi Raudales, Patty Larson, Kaori Hirakawa and Natalie Chhuan.
The newest branch location of the Charles W. Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity has opened in the newly renovated and reopened Gaithersburg Library at 18330 Montgomery Village Ave.

Overall, the center provides activities and services to the County's diverse community and functions as a central point of contact for residents to County and other community services.

The Gaithersburg location is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m. and
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Phone 240-777-4960.


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