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Free Mental Health Speaker Event

March 10, 2020 in Annapolis CONTACT: Danielle Fletcher Communications Coordinator

Arundel Profile: Chucky Lloyd. Funkin’ for the Future.

“I always tell the kids; it’s okay to fall, as long as you learn from it when you get back up,” reflects Harold,...

Michael Busch – More Than a Legislator

Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. The school bell is ringing, don't be late. School is now in session. Today's lesson is...

Celebrate 30 Years of the Light House Homeless Prevention Support Center

The Light House Homeless Prevention Support Center celebrates their 30th year with a Shelter Makeover from My Girlfriend’s House on April 6th

MLK JR. COMMITTEE LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN for the CAPITAL GAZETTE FREEDOM OF...

Annapolis, Maryland, September 11, 2018- The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee, Inc., a nonprofit organization, is leading a coalition of community...

The Great Awakening: Young Voters Are Waking Up to The Republican...

I just attended a Gun Legislation Rally in Annapolis, organized and led by high school students, and saw many potential new voters for the...

Como Ayudar Y Entender A Nuestros Hijos Adolescentes

Es la etapa más difícil como ser padres. No importa es que situación de nuestras vidas estemos pasando, buenas o malas, nivel social, si...

Story-time with Annapolis Second Graders

STAIR, Start The Adventure In Reading, seeks to curb this disadvantage by providing one-on-one after-school tutoring for second-graders who are reading below their average grade level. Originally STAIR operated at just one site with a few students. It has since grown to 10 sites and 72 students! They come in twice a week, read regularly with the same tutor(s), and receive devoted, personalized attention to their interests and progress.