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Equal Medium Mentorship Program hosts art contest for disadvantaged youth

Equal Medium Mentorship Program is hosting an artist submission contest. The contest is running from October 21st-December 11th. Hopefully this art program will curate, show, and promote the artwork of youth living below the poverty line and suffering from mental […]

Equal Medium Mentorship Program hosts art contest for disadvantaged youth

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Equal Medium Mentorship Program is hosting an artist submission contest. The contest is running from October 21st-December 11th. Hopefully this art program will curate, show, and promote the artwork of youth living below the poverty line and suffering from mental […]

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McDonald’s donate 25 percent of sales to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore

October 15th Marks the 41st Anniversary of the first Ronald McDonald House BALTIMORE, MD (October 12, 2015) – On October 15, 2015, the McDonald’s Family Restaurants of Greater Baltimore will

Festival of Trees returns to Maryland State Fair

The East Coast’s largest holiday-themed festival will return to the Maryland State Fairgrounds with decorated trees, a gingerbread town, shopping, endless holiday activities and non-stop entertainment for children of

Zion Church of Baltimore to hold annual sour beef event

Baltimore, Maryland, October 2015--Zion Church of the City of Baltimore announces its annual Sour Beef Event to be held Wednesday, October 28 from 4:30-8:00 p.m. and Thursday, October 29

Hospitals help raise diabetes awareness

Lanham, MD – On October 17, Doctors Community Hospital’s Joslin Diabetes Center participated in the Step Out | Walk to Stop Diabetes.  Held at the National Harbor, this American

Hooters says Give a Hoot for Breast Cancer Awareness

People know Hooters, or at least they know of Hooters. It’s the restaurant chain that got its start on April 1, 1983 in Clearwater, FL. Now you can go just

Maryland CASA raises $50k to support work on behalf of abused, neglected children

BALTIMORE—On Oct. 17, 2015, more than 160 runners (and walkers) joined Maryland CASA Association and local Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs as “superheroes for children” at the Baltimore

Ruscombe Mansion Community Health Center to host holistic open house

Ruscombe Mansion, the oldest holistic community health center of its kind in the mid-Atlantic, hosts its annual Holistic Open House on Sunday, October 11, 1-4pm. The mansion is located

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