Tuesday, June 12, 2012

WBC CDC's Laurence Campbell named as one of "Baltimore's Top Neighborhood Dads"

Baltimore's Top Neighborhood Dads

Last week, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake hosted the annual "Baltimore’s Top Neighborhood Dads" luncheon at the Vollmer Center at the Cylburn Arboretum. In its sixth year, the Top Neighborhood Dads contest honors strong and dedicated Baltimore men for their efforts to make their neighborhood and community better, safer, and stronger. This year, nearly 50 men were nominated by their neighborhood associations for their efforts.

"It is an honor to host an annual celebration to ensure your hard work does not go unnoticed," said Mayor Rawlings-Blake. "By doing what is right—mentoring young people, cleaning up after storms, helping older neighbors—you add to the quality of life in our growing city."

2012 Baltimore’s Top Neighborhood Dads

Ken Abrams, Old Goucher Business Alliance
Leon Bailey, Hillen Road Improvement Association
Kent Bates, Langston Hughes/Lucille Park
Hugh Bethell, Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance
Theron Black, Winchester Improvement Association
Timothy Bridges, Fayette Street Outreach Organization, Inc.
Laurence Campbell, Wayland Community
Ronald Coulbourn, Resident Advisory Board
Roland Epps, Sr., New South Clifton Park Community Association
Nathaniel Freeman, Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council (GMCC)
Robert Ginyard, Upper Eutaw Madison Neighborhood Association
David Henry, Mayfield Improvement Association
Irvin Johns, Mid-Govans Community Association
Adrian Muldrow, Druid Heights Community Center
Chris Nicholson, The Family Tree
Atiba Nkrumah, Marble Hill Community Association
Alfredo Santiago, Latino Community
John Spurrier, Charles Village Civic Association
William “Bill” St. John, Ednor Gardens-Lakeside Civic Association
Sean Stinnett, Mt. Royal Recreation Center
Rev. Vasyl Syvinskyi, St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church
Kenneth Troy, Douglass/Somerset Resident Council
Chris Waldt, Lauraville Improvement Association
Garrick Williams, Park Heights Renaissance
James Wilson, Citywide Youth Sports Teams

WBC CDC Presents a Musical Fish Fry!

WBC CDC Presents a
Musical Fish Fry!

Saturday, July 28th 2012

1pm. – 4 pm.

At the Forest Park Community Center
4801 Liberty Heights Blvd., Baltimore, MD

Tickets: $15.00


For ticket purchase or information:
Laurence Campbell 410-733-0921
Jim Roberts 410-746-1447
Larry Smith 410-218-6651
Mary Jones 410-665-6487
Winky Camphor 443-850-4582

Tickets may be picked up at the
WBC Community Development Corporation Office
3809 Fairview Ave, Baltimore MD 21216

Call: 410-578-9142 or email: wbccdc@gmail.com

Menu to go with the Music:
Fried or Smoked Fish
Mashed Potatoes or Sweet Potatoes
Collard Greens
String beans