Hello DM members! The officers have just decided the dates for our first meeting of the year as a club. We will be meeting on the 14th and 15th of September. Both days we will be telling new members what DM is about and doing ice breakers, so you can come one day, both, or […]
DM officers have their first 2016-17 meeting today! We discussed many important topics for the year coming and also will be getting lunch soon! We have also left a welcoming surprise for the incoming sixth graders! We hope that they enjoy and feel more welcomed on their first day of school. Overall, today has been […]
The 2016-17 DM officers have settled on the theme. Small Acts, Big Impacts
Difference Makers recently visited Sandy Hill Retreat Center to scout for a Convention location. We will be holding Convention there next year. Some of the activities we may be doing are canoeing, volleyball, and ropes course/rock climbing. We encourage you to participate in the next convention!!! It is a WHOLE LOT of FUN!!! ~The Officers […]
On May 20, the Difference Makers organization held a fundraiser at the Barking Dog in Bethesda featuring the 80’s cover band Uncommon Core.
On May 13, The current DM Officers held the end of the year banquet. Many tears we shed as the officers talked about the experiences and their friendships. The officers also welcomed the new officers by giving them each a torch pin so they will carry on the legacy of Difference Makers. Below is our […]
On April 29, a group of 100 Takoma Park Middle School and Newport Mill Middle School students traveled to Sandy Hill Retreat and Convention Center for their annual convention in which they participate in training and team building activities as well as elect new officers. The new officers are as follows: o-Presidents: Raquel Chaupiz and […]
During the week of April 11 – April 17, the Difference Makers club helped support Global Youth Services Week by hosting multiple projects at Takoma Park Middle School. Take a look at the video to get a small taste of the Difference these wonderful students are making in the community.
Difference Makers and Takoma Park Residents were out in force to shovel out the elderly and disabled in the Takoma Park community. There were 75 homes that required assistance and the Snow Angels provided it.