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A special visit by Secretary Greenlee and Secretary Lawlah to promote National Nutrition Month.
The new Freshman class at Bryn Mawr helped out in our kitchen for a "day of giving!"
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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.
Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland is thrilled to showcase its newest van which is “wrapped” and sponsored by Walmart. Last year, more than twenty-seven (27) Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland vans delivered more than one million meals to homebound seniors and eating together programs, enabling thousands of area residents to eat well and remain independent. In all, the Walmart Foundation has contributed more than $250,000 to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.
Professional Development DayThursday, Oct. 30th, 2014All offices & sites closed
Thanksgiving HolidayThursday, Nov. 27th, 2014All offices & sites closed
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Carroll County Swim ClubSunday, June 21st, 2015
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Egg SaladTomato Spoon RelishSliced PeachesWheat BreadJuiceYogurt
Lemon Pepper Chicken Thigh
Tomato Basil SoupGarden QuicheItalian Mixed VegetablesWhipped PotatoesWheat RollFresh Apple1% Milk
Tuna SaladSliced Cucumber SaladMacroni SaladFresh AppleWhole Wheat BreadCranberry Juice
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Posted on Oct. 8, 2014 by Dale Johnson, "Meals on Two Wheels" Volunteer Program Coordinator
After spending much of 2012 helping organize and then leading a 60 day bicycle ride across the United States to raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis, I returned to Baltimore to start researching and looking for a new volunteer opportunity. In my mind, Meals on Wheels always seemed to have a stellar reputation. While browsing their web site, I saw a tiny blurb about a program called “Meals on Two Wheels”, where meals were delivered by bike. It was an environmentally friendly alternative to their standard deliveries and was a healthy way to delivery nutritious meals. Wow! Helping my favorite people (seniors) and riding my bike. What could be a better?
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