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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Wednesday - 7/23/2014, 9:00am  ET

Flickr photo by Danny Fowler

Bethesda Church Donates Money To Gaza – The Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church recently wired $2,000 from the church’s mission budget to a Jerusalem-based charity that says it’s using the money for a private hospital in Gaza. Hamas, which controls the territory, is in an intense military conflict with Israel. A church official said the congregation hooked up with the charity five years ago because of its concern for residents of Gaza. The congregation raised another $1,350 for the charity – the American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem — on Sunday and a church official says members are raising more. [The Gazette]

County Websites Go Mobile – Montgomery County recently debuted cell-phone versions of three county websites: The general Montgomery County government site, a mobile 311 site that allows users to open new service requests and track existing ones and the county’s Storm Operations Site. [Montgomery County]

Outdoor Concerts Rescheduled – Two rained out outdoor concerts set for Veterans Park have been rescheduled for Aug. 7 (Levi Stephens) and Aug. 14 (Gary and the Groove). The concerts, organized by the Bethesda Urban Partnership, happen each Thursday evening throughout the summer. [Bethesda Urban Partnership]

Flickr photo by Danny Fowler