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Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Sensory rooms are used as a therapeutic and educational tool for those with disabilities.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Arts
The Anne Arundel County Great Give kicks off Wednesday night. Non-profits participating including the Arundel House of Hope.
Volunteers in the News
The grants are part of a $2.7 million effort by United Way in central Maryland.
Volunteers in the News, Going Green
Travis Delizio, of Glen Burnie, spent Spring Break volunteering in New Orleans as a member of the "Mission: I'm Home" student organization.
Government, Volunteers in the News
The Glen Burnie Improvement Association vice president will now work in the Constituent Services Office.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Desmond Beggerly, a sophomore at Glen Burnie High School, was recognized by the Boys & Girls Club branches of Anne Arundel County.
Volunteers in the News, Awareness
Volunteers are needed May 19 to participate in MDvsHunger, a joint venture between two communities to purchase, pack and send out meals to people in need.
The Neighborhood Files, Awareness, Count Us In
Flags lined Arundel Beach Road for miles on Thursday morning.
Volunteers in the News, Business
The new restaurant in Gambrills will hold a special event on Jan. 19 to benefit Opportunity Builders Inc.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Patch's House & Home
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