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Developer Donohoe Tops Out Tallest Building In Bethesda — Construction on The Gallery of Bethesda (4800 Auburn Ave.) recently topped out at the 17th floor, making the 235-unit apartment the tallest building in downtown Bethesda. The company held a private topping out party on Thursday. [The Gallery of Bethesda via Twitter] Bethesda Business Leaders Put On Happy Face About Tiger-less AT&T National — Local Chamber leaders, county tourism officials and hotel managers are doing their best to promote the PGA's AT&T National Tournament, set for June 25-June 30 at Congressional Country Club, which will be without No. 1 player in the world Tiger Woods. But history shows the Tournament can expect a significantly lower turnout without Woods playing than with him playing. Woods won the event last year. [The Gazette] B-CC Presidential Scholar Meets With Van Hollen — Bayard Miller, who's heading to college at the University of Pittsburgh in the fall, met with Rep. Chris Van Hollen along with other local U.S. Presidential Scholars. Miller wrote about his experience as a recovering alcoholic in one of the essays that earned him the honor. [Chris Van Hollen's Office] Photo via The Gallery of Bethesda

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