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Want to make a difference in your community? Join your community association.

If you are 18+ years old and live in Glenham-Belhar, you qualify for membership in the Glenham-Belhar Community Association. Consider joining to help fund programs in our community like street clean-ups, neighborhood socials, and more -- all while gaining the chance to vote at community meetings on issues of importance.

You can pay your dues using PayPal at http://bit.ly/GHBH2018 or join/renew at any meeting using a credit card, check, or cash.

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Fairwood Forest, our unique 4-acre urban forest, is under threat. For more than a year, your neighbors and our partners at Baltimore Green Space have been negotiating with private landowners to secure the land and forever preserve it as Baltimore's first protected urban forest. Earlier this year, they successfully negotiated a donation of forest land from a majority property holder and Glenham-Belhar Community Association members voted to begin fundraising to secure the remai...

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We need YOU to help us put pressure on the private property owner to recall the lots from auction and recommit to donating them to Baltimore Green Space for the future enjoyment of the community.
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Pam Wallace
· January 5, 2017
Great meeting last night. Fire Dept visited and provided useful information on how to stay safe. They recommended fire drills for families especially those with children.
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Join our partners at Baltimore Green Space and Glenham-Belhar's forest stewards tomorrow morning for a hike through our treasured Fairwood Forest. Discover how nature thrives in our urban neighborhood!

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Glenham-Belhar Community Association updated their cover photo.
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Please complete the Police Staffing Survey below to help the police better understand our community’s expectations of police response times, service levels, and priorities. It will only take a few minutes to fill out.

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We ask that you complete the survey below to provide us with guidance on the optimal level of service/officer response time in anticipation of future staffing changes occurring within the department under Commissioner De Sousa.

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For your convenience, you can use this link to begin the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/tlFC8uB4oMc7k5xJ3

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The Baltimore Police Department respectfully requests your feedback on the customer service levels that you receive. Your survey responses will represent the baseline for customer service feedback in anticipation of changes to occur within the BPD under Commissioner De Sousa. Responses are anonymous...
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Thanks to everyone who came out to help rid Fairwood Forest of invasive vines today as part of the Mayor’s Clean Up. Special thanks to Baltimore Green Space for teaching us what to look for and how to safely remove the vines to protect the trees.

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Beautiful day for some cleaning up. Thanks to the helpers at City Neighbors High School and to our Councilman, Ryan Dorsey for getting dirty with us.

Live in Glenham-Belhar (more commonly known as Hamilton) and want to help make it look even more beautiful? Well TODAY is your chance to do so. It’s the Mayor’s Clean Up day from 9am-1pm.. stop by City Neighbors High School for bags, refreshments, and certificates for $10 off your storm water fee.

Not interested in picking up litter? Did you know that we also have a forest known as Fairwood Forest? They are doing a vine removal from the forest at 11am & could use all the help they can get (plus it’s a great way to figure out what plants may be invasive).

It’s a great way to truly feel like a community and get to know some new neighbors, I hope to see you out there!

Please join us Wednesday, May 2nd at 7pm in the cafeteria of City Neighbors High School (entrance at the back of the school).

Confirmed speakers for May's meeting include:
- TBD

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The agenda is still being assembled and will be posted soon.

Just a reminder of our association policies for outside groups to speak at our meetings (in case you have an organization you'd like to send our way for a future meeting):

1) They should relate what they are speaking about to the specific context of our neighborhood, Glenham-Belhar;

2) They should approach the topic they are speaking about in an informational and educational way; and

3) They are limited to 5 minutes and must take questions from the audience.

As always, all are welcome to attend our meetings, but only paid members of the Glenham-Belhar Community Association may vote.

Hope to see you at the meeting!

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Glenham-Belhar Community Association is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive environment. If you have any concerns or questions about attending our meeting, please contact hello@glenham-belhar.org so we can learn how to best serve your needs.

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MAY2
Wed 7:00 PM EDTCity Neighbors HamiltonBaltimore, MD
14 people interested
Glenham-Belhar Community Association updated their cover photo.
April 5
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Condolences to Mr. Whalen's family. He was a long-time supporter of our neighborhood and association, serving in various leadership roles. He will be missed. Please see his obituary for viewing and service details.

Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | On March 16, 2018, John Whalen, beloved husband of Helen Whalen (nee Best); loving father of Susan Demetrides and her husband Athan, John Whalen and his wife Susan, Michael Whalen and his wife
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Glenham-Belhar Community Association updated their cover photo.
March 10
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Please join us Wednesday, April 4th at 7pm in the cafeteria of City Neighbors High School (entrance at the back of the school).

Confirmed speakers/topics for April's meeting include:
- Baltimore Mediation Center
- Vacant/nuisance houses and what to do...
- National Healthcare Decisions Day

Just a reminder of our association policies for outside groups to speak at our meetings (in case you have an organization you'd like to send our way for a future meeting):

1) They should relate what they are speaking about to the specific context of our neighborhood, Glenham-Belhar;

2) They should approach the topic they are speaking about in an informational and educational way; and

3) They are limited to 5 minutes and must take questions from the audience.

As always, all are welcome to attend our meetings, but only paid members of the Glenham-Belhar Community Association may vote.

Hope to see you at the meeting!

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Glenham-Belhar Community Association is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive environment. If you have any concerns or questions about attending our meeting, please contact hello@glenham-belhar.org so we can learn how to best serve your needs.

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APR4
Wed 7:00 PM EDTCity Neighbors HamiltonBaltimore, MD
13 people interested

Just a reminder about the meeting this Tuesday evening at City Neighbors Hamilton from 5:30pm-6:30pm for community members to continue the dialogue about traffic issues surrounding the school during drop-off and pick-up. The goal of this meeting is to develop a plan with specific actions for moving forward. Councilman Ryan Dorsey will be in attendance.

The address is 5609 Sefton Avenue. The entrance is on the far right-hand side of the building facing Sefton Ave (next to the outdoor stage). The gate will be open by the door that leads to the cafe. Bright orange signs with directions will be posted on the street. Hope to see you there!

Please join us Wednesday, March 7th at 7pm in the cafeteria of City Neighbors High School (entrance at the back of the school).

With the continued armed robberies of City Neighbors High School students on our community's streets, we've asked for representatives of the school police, Northeast District police, high school, and Councilman Dorsey's office to come speak at our meeting to help us brainstorm ideas on how we can make our neighborhood streets safer for everyone. We a...re waiting for confirmation as this was a last minute addition to our agenda.

Confirmed speakers for March's meeting include:

* Jamie DeMarco of the Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Initiative.

Just a reminder of our association policies for outside groups to speak at our meetings (in case you have an organization you'd like to send our way for a future meeting):

1) They should relate what they are speaking about to the specific context of our neighborhood, Glenham-Belhar;

2) They should approach the topic they are speaking about in an informational and educational way; and

3) They are limited to 5 minutes and must take questions from the audience.

As always, all are welcome to attend our meetings, but only paid members of the Glenham-Belhar Community Association may vote.

Hope to see you at the meeting!

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Glenham-Belhar Community Association is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive environment. If you have any concerns or questions about attending our meeting, please contact hello@glenham-belhar.org so we can learn how to best serve your needs.

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MAR7
Wed 7:00 PM ESTCity Neighbors HamiltonBaltimore, MD
10 people interested
Glenham-Belhar Community Association updated their cover photo.
February 10
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Are you the parent of a 14+ year old (still in high school or a recent graduate) who is unsure about what s/he wants to do next? Four-year colleges aren't the right choice for everyone starting out in their post-high school life, yet sometimes that's all the guidance we give to teens.

Please join us for a free Teen Career Fair where your child and you can explore some alternative post-high school options and meet representatives from:

* local hospitals...
* community colleges
* military
* food industry
* law enforcement agencies
* fire departments
* construction industry
* trade schools
...and more!

Free admission and refreshments provided--plus there's ample free parking.

Sponsored by:
Episcopal Church of the Messiah
Glenham-Belhar Community Association
Harbel Community Organization
Hamilton Hills Neighborhood Association
Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street
Westfield Neighborhood Improvement Association (WNIA)

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MAR24
Sat 11:00 AM EDTEpiscopal Church of the MessiahBaltimore, MD
62 people interested