Meals on Wheels Volunteer Delivery

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Meals on Two Wheels

Howard County Dept. of Citizen Services

Their funds have provided MOWCM with a new van and a new meal distribution site in Laurel, MD.

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Urgent Need for Volunteers

Meals on Wheels needs volunteers
willing to deliver to the following areas:
Upton/Bolton Hill (21217)
Loch Raven (21239)
Randallstown (21133)

Are you or someone you know
interested in volunteering?
Please sign up by clicking here
or contact Volunteer Services at:
443 573-0925


We are proud to partner with:

Called to Care Identifier
a program of
Johns Hopkins
Bayview Medical Center
that helps prepare and support
individuals caring for loved ones
with health-related needs or limitations.


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MOWCM Father's Day

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   Father's Day Sprint Triathlon: Staying Safe in the Heat
    Posted on May 31, 2016 by Julia Linko, Development Intern

Our Annual Father’s Day Sprint Triathlon is in a few short weeks, (June 19th), and with temperatures rising we want to make sure everyone stays safe while training and competing in the heat. A few things to remember when you are out in the sun.  

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  Adding Zip to Your Meals & Avoiding the Salt
  Posted on Mar. 30, 2016 by Martha Lucius, Cavaletta Solutions
Growing herbs      At beginning of every year, articles on food trends are
     everywhere. It’s always a fun read. The reality is,
     food trends are a bit like fashion. Trends come and go.
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  Be an Advocate of the Power of SNAP (Food Stamps)
  Posted on Feb. 8, 2016 by Barb Levin, Client Services Director
      Many seniors are short of funds, they are forced to choose
    between food, medicine, and heating their homes.
    The majority who qualify, never apply for Maryland’s Food
    Supplement Program. (Also known as SNAP or Food Stamps.)
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   Important: Recognizing a Stroke

Posted on Feb. 10, 2016 by Guy Arceneaux, Director, Marketing & Communications


    A neurologist says that if he can get to a stroke victim within
    3 hours he can totally reverse the effects of a stroke...totally.
    He said the trick was getting a stroke recognized, diagnosed,
    and then getting the patient medically cared-for within 3 hours,
    which is tough. Read More



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