Suburban Maryland Fair Housing Inc. will hold its annual meeting Thursday evening at Cedar Lane Unitarian Church. A panel will focus on community relations involving police and the public school system. Speakers will include Police Chief Robert DiGraxia, Cpl. Richard Williams of the police community relations unit and Stephen P. Tarason, human relations co-ordinator for the county public schools. The meeting is open to the public.
Carriage House Associates Inc., headed by Robert V. McGarth, has merged with Dominion Realtors, headed by Richard C. Purvis. The combined firms, to be known as Carriage House Associates, will include eight offices with nearly 180 agents.
The Woodrow Wilson house, a historic property at 2340 S St. NW, will be open today for public inspection from noon until 9 p.m. as a celebration of the former Armistice Day (marking the end of World War D. An admission fee will be charged. The property, now owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, was the home of President Wilson and his wife after they left the White House in 1920.
A workship sponsored by the local chapter of the Community Associations Insitute will focus on a mock meeting of the board of directors of a homeowners association. The session will be held next Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m., at the Key Bridge Marriott.