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

Confirmed speakers:
Agenda coming soon...

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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
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· 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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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
49 people interested

Don't forget -- you have until January 29th to provide feedback on the draft Consent Decree First-Year Monitoring Plan. You can review the plan and provide comments at the link below. Don't miss your opportunity to have your voice heard.

From the website:
"We would like to know whether community members and police officers believe the draft reflects the correct priorities based on the requirements of the Consent Decree and, if not, which Consent Decree requirements ought to be prioritized instead. We would also like to know whether community members and police officers believe the draft provides them a meaningful voice in the reform process laid out in the Consent Decree. Upon receiving and assessing the community’s comments, we will assemble a final proposed plan for the Court’s review and approval."

First-Year Monitoring Plan Give Your Feedback Through January 29
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In addition to the great work Pam Wallace has accomplished running Hamilton-Lauraville Healthy Neighborhoods at Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street, she's been really helpful and supportive of our community through her board service with Glenham-Belhar Community Association.

Thanks for all that you do Pam!

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Thinking of Pam Wallace today, and the many projects she has touched since Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative became a program of Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street!... Yards sales, block projects, garden tours, neighborhood garden challenge, BooFest treats, hat-making projects at Hamilton Gallery, quilting group, unique signs at the market lot (along with Sue Holmes) and so much more! How many baby hats & baby sweaters did she knit for the community new-borns? How many welcome kits has she delivered to new residents?

Thanks, Pam Wallace, for all you have done to make our neighborhood warm and welcoming to newcomers, and for working long hours to connect our community members through fun projects! Stay inspired!

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The Northeast Food Pantry (at the Harford Road Senior Center, 4920 Harford Road) needs donations of non-perishable food particularly cereal, peanut butter, jelly, soup, pasta, and pasta sauce.

For some suggestions on the best types of non-perishable food to donate, see the article below.

Donations of food can be accepted at the Harford Road Senior Center from 10 AM to 2 PM weekdays.

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For more information contact Curleen Davis cdavis@gedco.org or at 410-426-4009.

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Give generously to your local food bank this holiday season, and make sure you're giving the stuff they really need.
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Tonight's the night to celebrate the season with your Glenham-Belhar neighbors! We'll have tasty Tavern snacks available, and if you are a member of the association, your first drink is on us.

As we reflect upon the past year, we must express how grateful we are for neighbors like you who help shape our community. Thank you for making our corner of northeast Baltimore a vibrant, strong, friendly place to call home. We can't wait to celebrate the season with you tonight!

DEC13
Wed 7:00 PM ESTHamilton TavernBaltimore, MD
20 people interested

Please join us for our first meeting of 2018, February 7th at 7pm in the cafeteria of City Neighbors High School (entrance at the back of the school).

Confirmed speakers:

* A representative from MTA and administrators from City Neighbors High School and City Neighbors Hamilton will discuss and answer questions about traffic and safety concerns around drop-off and pick-up.

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* The Greening and Sustainability Committee will update us on preservation efforts for Fairwood Forest.

* Crystal Bright, Deputy Director of Preparedness, Mayor's Office of Emergency Management, will speak about Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training.(https://emergency.baltimorecity.gov/cert)

* BCPD representatives will answer questions about crime in our area.

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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FEB7
Wed 7:00 PM ESTCity Neighbors HamiltonBaltimore, MD
25 people interested

Please join us for our December Social, 7pm on Wednesday, December 13th at Hamilton Tavern.

We will have a few short minutes of association business followed by plenty of time to get to know your neighbors.

More details to follow.

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Note: After the social, our next member meeting is February 7th at 7pm at the usual location, the cafeteria of City Neighbors High School. The association does not have a member meeting in January.

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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 December Social, please contact hello@glenham-belhar.org so we can learn how to best serve your needs.

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DEC13
Wed 7:00 PM ESTHamilton TavernBaltimore, MD
20 people interested

Thanks again to Baltimore Green Space for working with us and the Friends of Fairwood Forest on an invasive vine removal and clean-up this past weekend at Fairwood Forest on Fairwood Avenue.

This urban forest is a great community resource--if you haven't visited it, see for yourself while the weather is still perfect for a forest walk.

Baltimore Green Space added 6 new photos to the album: Fairwood Forest Clean Up.

13 community members filled a city dumpster this weekend to clean up Fairwood Forest! Special thanks to Walter and Rick for hauling it all away for us. Special thanks to the Friends of Fairwood Forest and the Glenham-Belhar Community Association for co-hosting.

A huge thank you to everyone who participated at our two Mayor's Fall Cleanup sites today as well as Episcopal Church of the Messiah, Friends of Fairwood Forest, and Baltimore Green Space for partnering with us to help clean up our community!

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Join the Glenham-Belhar Community Association and Episcopal Church of the Messiah for the Mayor's Fall Cleanup, October 28th from 9am to 1pm.

We will meet at Church of Messiah (5801 Harford Road) where you will get your bags and gloves, then work with your neighbors to clean up trash along Harford Road between Mary Ave. and White Ave. (5800 block) as well as the 3000-3200 blocks of Mary Ave. and White Ave. or perhaps more (time and volunteers permitting).

We hope you can j...oin us! If you participate for the entire 4 hours, you can earn up to $10 in credit towards your annual stormwater fee.

We will also hold a random drawing for 2 tickets to the National Aquarium for people who participate in this cleanup.

Please RSVP to this Facebook event so we can be sure to have enough supplies and water for everyone who wants to participate.

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OCT28
Sat 9:00 AM EDT5801 Harford Rd, Baltimore, MD 21214-1848, United States
6 people went

Please join us for our November meeting, November 1st at 7pm in the cafeteria of City Neighbors High School.

Confirmed speakers include:

* Chief Ganesha Martin, Compliance, Accountability, and External Affairs Division, Baltimore Police Department presenting on the consent decree.

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Her presentation will cover:
- What is a consent decree?
- How does it impact me personally, and my community?
- How will it be implemented?
- How can I be a part of the process?

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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NOV1
Wed 7:00 PM EDTCity Neighbors HamiltonBaltimore, MD
6 people interested
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