Education, Family, Health, Politics

Local Girl Scout assembles, donates over 600 period cycle packs to Parkville High, Owings Mills High

PARKVILLE, MD—One local Girl Scout is doing her part to give back to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. For Abby Letocha’s Girl Scout Gold Award project, she has already made over 600 period cycle packs of tampons, pads, and liners for distribution through the Student Support Network at Parkville High School and Owings Mills High School, according to Councilman …


Business, Health, Police/Fire, Sci-Tech

BGE partners with area caterers to provide nearly 2,000 meals to front-line workers

BALTIMORE, MD—BGE is stepping up in a big way by taking caring of local heroes on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company has partnered with six area caterers to provide nearly 2,000 meals to doctors, nurses, and fire stations throughout central Maryland. “Business has slowed down recently, so it’s nice to not just get this order, but …


Building for God Community Foundation to donate at least 250 meals to front-line workers

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Wednesday recognized more local Good Samaritans who are giving back to the community. Over the past two weeks (and into the foreseeable future), volunteers with the Building for God Community Foundation will be delivering at least 250 meals to front-line workers. The effort is part of the organization’s “Feed the Front Lines” program. …

Looney’s Pub Perry Hall prepares 100 meals for healthcare workers at Medstar Franklin Square Medical Center

NOTTINGHAM, MD—One local restaurant has gone the extra mile to help those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Looney’s Pub Perry Hall prepared 100 meals for healthcare workers at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center over the weekend. The effort was coordinated by Round Table Relief, an organization that “was created to support Maryland’s frontline heroes and restaurants during …

Local Good Samaritan raises $6,000 for Officer Caprio Playground Project

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A local woman who had hoped to raise money for a good cause has knocked it out of the park, so to speak. As NottinghamMD.com reported last month, Pat Brooks Ecke had been making and selling face masks to raise money for the Officer Caprio Playground Project at Gunpowder Elementary School in Perry Hall. Officials with the project announced …

Kingsville teacher leads effort to donate pizzas to GBMC

KINGSVILLE, MD—A Kingsville teacher spearheaded an effort donate several pizzas and other assorted food items to several units at Greater Baltimore Medical Center this week. On Wednesday night, Margherita’s Pizza of Kingsville delivered food to five different units at GBMC. The effort was organized by local resident Amy DeNike, a Grade 3 teacher at Kingsville Elementary School. DeNike was voted …

Weis Markets donates another $5,000 to Student Support Network

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Weis Markets has done it again.  The regional grocery chain has made another donation to a local organization that helps students in need. Weis Markets donated $5,000 to the Student Support Network this week. The Student Support Network helps students who are struggling with the effects of poverty and homelessness by donating food, clothing, school supplies, and personal care …

Local Good Samaritan sells face masks to raise money for Officer Caprio Playground Project

UPDATE: Ecke ended up raising $6,000 for the playground project. Original story below… ——— PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Monday recognized a local woman for her fundraising efforts. Pat Brooks Ecke has been selling face masks to raise money for the Officer Caprio Playground Project at Gunpowder Elementary School. “I said, $1,000 then I passed that,” said …