On Tuesday, May 27, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke joined Roland Park Place in unveiling a new street sign naming the drive the community lives on. The new street sign honors Roland Park Place’s 30 years as the first and only not-for-profit retirement community in Baltimore City. Visitors and passersby can see the new sign at the 40th Street and Elm Avenue intersection in the Roland Park-Hampden Corridor in Baltimore City.
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The Chesapeake Bay Tour de Cure slated for Saturday, May 17, is the perfect time to cycle and help the fight to Stop Diabetes.
Join us for MentorZing 2014!
The National Federation of the Blind’s (NFB) is hosting its second annual 6 Dot Dash, a race to advance Braille…
On Saturday, May 17, 2014 Pet Valu will be raising money for the Animal Cancer Foundation. At every Pet Valu with self-washing stations, all money collected from the $10 self wash services will be donated to the Animal Cancer Foundation to help further their research.
Solstice, the Maryland Science Center’s Annual Fundraiser is held on the Saturday closest to the Summer Solstice. This year marks the 37th annual celebration, and the event will be on Saturday June 21, 2014. Dance the night away and celebrate the education and outreach programs of the Maryland Science Center. Valet parking is included with the purchase of a ticket.
On May 3 and May 17, cyclists from across Maryland will rally to ride and raise money as part of the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) annual Tour de Cure. Join the Maryland Chapter of the ADA at the Tour de Cure to spread awareness and #StopDiabetes for good.