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A group of staff members from Kaiser Permanente helped to package items in our kitchen.
A special visit by Secretary Greenlee and Secretary Lawlah to promote National Nutrition Month.
Walmart not only supports Meals on Wheels with funds, they also volunteer!
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Get a sneak peek into the annual Meals on Wheels Culinary Extravaganza through this great video produced by Dan Carpenter of 4 Square Productions. To sign-up for information about the 2015 event, please click here.
Congratulations to The Harbour School at Baltimore for being chosen as the winner of "LEAD2FEED," a nationwide student challenge created by the USA TODAY Charitable Foundation and the Lift a Life Foundation with assistance from the Yum! Foundation. As the winner of the grand prize, The Harbour School got to present Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland with a check for $25,000! The donation will help to provide over 3,300 meals for our home-bound seniors.
Meals on Wheels Sherwood SiteThursday, August 14th, 20149:30-11:30am
Inn at the Colonnade BaltimoreBegins June 22nd6:00-9:00pm
515 South Haven Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21224 | 410.558.0827 | 410.558.1321 fax
Meatloafw/GravyBlack Eyed PeasStewed Tomatoes, Corn, & OkraWheat Roll w/MargApplesauceOrange Juice
Chicken SaladBeet SaladFresh FruitWheat BreadCranberry JuiceTea Bag Beverage Mix
Roasted Red Pepper SoupMac & CheeseGreen BeansPineapple SlicesDinner Roll w/MargOrange Juice 1% Milk
Tuna SaladPickled Beet SaladFruit CupMulti Grain BreadCranberry Juice 1% Milk
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Posted on July 1, 2014 by Stacy Payton, Metro Regional Manager
Our work environment at Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland is extremely busy, but very rewarding! And, for students that complete an internship with my colleagues in Client Services or any another department, we offer the opportunity to obtain excellent, real world experience, while making an extremely important difference in the lives of both our senior and homebound neighbors.
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