Morning Notes

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Bethesda Fire Department Open House — The annual event is Sept. 28 from 12 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Bethesda Fire Department Station #6 at Wisconsin Avenue and Bradley Boulevard. There will be kids activities, games, free food and drinks and fire equipment. [Bethesda Fire Department]

Mon Ami Gabi Teams Up For Special Dinner — The Bethesda Row favorite (7239 Woodmont Ave.) will host a four-course dinner prepared by its own chefs and chefs from Reston restaurants Wildfire, Big Bowl and Community Canteen. All four are in the Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group. The event, which includes a reception and seated dinner, starts at 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 23. [Lettuce Entertain You]

Silver Spring Man Sees New York Post Photo Of Theft Suspect, Cops Link Man To Chevy Chase Incident — Silver Spring developer Bruce Lee saw the surveillance photo of a man arrested in New York in the tabloid. Lee recognized the man as the suspect who police say stole Lee’s $8,000 Rolex watch and corporate credit card from a country club locker room in Aspen Hill. Montgomery County Police say the suspect, Luis Paz, and an accomplice drove up and down the east coast stealing valuables from country club locker rooms, including the Chevy Chase Club on July 13. [New York Post]

County Leaders Go To China — County Executive Isiah Leggett, Director of Economic Development Steve Silverman and County Councilmembers Roger Berliner and Hans Riemer are in China for an economic development tour that will run until Sept. 24. On Tuesday, Leggett signed a memorandum of understanding with Pudong Province, Shanghai. The trip is meant to encourage Chinese investment in high-tech and bio-tech companies in Montgomery County. [Montgomery County via Twitter]

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