Bethesda man, 66, competes in his first triathlon — Bethesda resident Rick Linden turned 66 on Friday. On Sunday, he finished his first triathlon, part of the growing number of baby boomer-aged triathletes. Linden finished the Nation’s Triathlon in 4:12:24. [Washingtonian magazine]
B.F. Saul President Quits to Start New Development Company — B. Francis Saul III, the president of Bethesda-based developer Saul Centers and a descendant of the man for whom the company is named, is leaving to start his own commercial development firm, also in Bethesda. [Washington Post]
‘Discussions and Desserts’ Thursday in Town of Chevy Chase — NBC4 meteorologist Doug Kammerer and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration climate scientist Dian Seidel, both Town of Chevy Chase residents, will be giving a talk on weather-related topics at 8 p.m. on Thursday at Town Hall. Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP to the Town Office today.
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