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SUMMER 2010 Newsletter                                                                       Recognition Dinner
                                                                                             A record number of people
Calendar:                                                                                    attended the Recognition
June 21-26: Boutique sale- 50% off everything                                                events in Anne Arundel and
June 24: Handyman Happy Hour, page 6                                                         Frederick Counties, getting
July 15: AARP Safe Driving Course, page 5                                                    together to celebrate the
August 29: Car Show, page 7                                                                  time given throughout the
                                                                                             year. More than 170 people
                                                                                             enjoyed the AA County din-
                                                                                             ner held in the Parish Hall
    Partners In Care Maryland, Inc.                                                          of Holy Trinity Church, Glen
        www.partnersincare.org                                                               Burnie, catered by Roy’s
                                                                                             Kwik Korner. The Frederick
         Anne Arundel County                     Barbara Huston and Sandy Jackson
                                                                                             dinner was catered by the
        Linda Dennis, Coordinator                (L to R), with John Roberts at the event. Cougar Grill at Frederick
          6 S. Ritchie Highway
                                                                                             Community College.
          Pasadena, MD 21122                     Even in these tough economic times, we feel we have much to celebrate.
       410.544.4800 / 800.227.5500               Members shared a wide variety of talents with the community this
     lindadennis@partnersincare.org              year. We are particularly proud that so many members have been with
                                                 the program 5, 10, 15 years, or longer. Thirty-one people were eligible
                 Easton
                                                 for five-year service pins; 40 people earned 10-year pins, and 17 people
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                                                 earned fifteen-year pins. This year, volunteer drivers traveled 150,000
     c/o Talbot County Senior Center
                                                 miles in their own cars taking neighbors on various errands. Hundreds
          400 Brookletts Avenue                  of home repairs were made for safety and security. The Boutique’s suc-
            Easton, MD 21601                     cess was supported by 123 people. More than 26,000 hours of services
              410.822.1803                       were exchanged and countless new friendships and relationships have
      pamobrien@partnersincare.org               been made.
           Frederick County                      In particular, hats off to John Roberts for being recognized as this
       Sarah Ferrall, Coordinator                year’s Premier Partner. In the last two years John has driven 4,400
        c/o Department of Aging                  miles, accruing more than 400 hours of time, often providing two or
           1440 Taney Avenue                     three rides per week to take people to their medical appointments, as
          Frederick, MD 21702                    well as helping to transport donations for the Boutique.
              301.600.6008
                                                 We certainly appreciate everyone’s efforts and hope to see you next
     PiC@FrederickCountyMD.gov
                                                 year. If you were not at the dinner and would like to pick up your pin,
                                                 please stop in to see Terri or Barbara.   ...see page 4 for more photos



                                                                                           Receiving 10-year service pins
                                                                                           are, (L to R): Mary Bailey,
                                                                                           Ruth Austin, Carolyn Cox,
                                                                                           Ann Dunshee, Anna Mae
                                                                                           Lange, Mildred Oakey,
                                                                                           Winnie Mitchell, Debbie
                                                                                           Monks, Margaret Kaylor,
                                                                                           Jean Klingenberg, and
                                                                                           Don Norlie.
                              3UHVLGHQW¶V &RUQHU                   It means that we are gratefully accepting help
                                                                   from anyone who can be in the office to answer
                              Barbara Huston                       phones or who can take extra jobs or drives.
                              I was a spring baby, a Taurus,       We will be looking to you, not only for patience and
                              so I have my face lifted to the
                                                                   understanding, but also for your generous ideas
                              sun considering new possibili-
                              ties while my feet are planted       and creative support. We will be pragmatic, but
                              practically on the ground.           continue to look ahead and “do what we can, with
                              Given current events, I am           what we have, where we are.”
                              counting on these traits to
                              keep my hand steady as Part-                        It’s what we do best!
                              ners In Care begins its new
                              fiscal year on July 1.
                                                                                     Safety First
                              There are so many reasons to
feel hopeful, energized by the spirited activity of all of our     We are always here to advocate for you. Recently a
members. Although February 2010 was certainly a cruel              story came to our attention that we think you
month, we still logged 1,564 hours of time, driving when           should know about. A member received a call from
possible, shoveling if capable, and getting groceries to fill      a young man pretending to be her grandson. The
in bare shelves. With better weather in March our mem-             caller said he was in trouble and needed his grand-
bers roared back, completing 2,580 hours of work, making           mother’s help right away. He was very emotional
up for missed appointments and touching base with many             on the phone and asked her to keep their conversa-
who had been in the house for so long. Amazing!                    tion private and to send him money right away, or
                                                                   else something might happen to him. Needless to
Our community continues to sign up to help each other,             say, it was very upsetting. However, it was a hoax
and to step in when needed. Easton now has 51 members,             and the man on the phone was not her grandson,
Brooklyn boasts 153, and Frederick counts more than 350.           but an imposter trying to manipulate her. Remem-
After surveying participants and reconciling the database,         ber never let someone scare you into sending
the roster tops 1800 members for Anne Arundel County.              money. Find out the facts first. Call another mem-
                                                                   ber of your family to make sure the situation is
Some of those are handymen and helpers in the program,             legitimate and your help is really needed. Call us
including 310 drivers. There are another 190 members               at 410-544-4800 to speak to Linda Dennis if you
who help in the Boutique – some putting time in on shifts          need to talk about a situation of this sort.
and others sending in donations for stock. Every effort,
every hour helps us to help each other. Wonderful!
                                                                                                 Brooklyn News
While summer is bringing us new energy and activities to                                         We will sorely miss
accomplish, the economic climate for nonprofits is still in a                                    Kaely Linker, who
deep freeze. Traditional support from businesses and foun-                                       developed our Balti-
dations has eroded along with the stock market. Our state                                        more site, but has now
and local governments have found it necessary to trim hu-
                                                                                                 moved on to serve as a
man service support to the bone. So, once again, there are
fewer dollars for nonprofits and no change in sight. After                                       counselor to women
two years of such news, my practical, Taurean side knows                                         and families at a com-
it is just not possible to do any more with so much less.                                        munity nonprofit facil-
                                                                                                 ity. The “ART WITH A
In the near term, we are doing everything possible to en-
                                                                                                 HEART” Warm House
sure that our current members continue to get the help
they need and that matches for service receive the highest                                       program, whose mem-
priority, but we will be making adjustments. Having al-          bers made this friendship quilt, will continue under
ready put travel reimbursements and training on hold, we         the leadership of Christina Ralls. Advisory Council
will also reduce salary costs by not filling positions that      members Terri Mills, Carl Sarr, and Sheryl
have become vacant and by furloughing full time staff for        McCreary, will work with Barbara Huston and
one day each pay period. We are looking to cut costs with        PIC staff to support the strong community momen-
printing and to increase revenue by better utilizing our
                                                                 tum in Brooklyn and continue making matches for
space, both in the office and in the Boutique, and to better
                                                                 transportation and handyman repairs.
reach out to the community for individual support. It
means that there will be fewer staff around each day and         Please call the PIC office in Pasadena at 410-544-
that we will have a waiting list for new requests for help.      4800 to call in hours and request services.

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News from Around the Network…                                   Welcome to Anne, Donna, Loraine and Nancy, who will
                                                                be helping with phones and administrative tasks. They
Frederick County, Sarah Ferrall
                                                                are all familiar with our procedures and will gladly
                                           Sarah thanks         assist you when you call. As the PIC budget adjust-
                                           Bill Eberle, a       ments affect the Frederick office and I take my fur-
                                           retired Army         lough days, one of these wonderful members will be in
                                           chaplain and         the office for at least part of those days, so you can de-
                                           PIC member,          pend on our continued service.
                                           who puts in his
                                                                Remember that we normally can accommodate only
                                           time in the Pasa-
                                                                one ride per member per week. As we approach prime
                                           dena office log-
                                                                summer vacation time, please allow as much advance
                                           ging hours in the
                                                                time as possible to match your ride. A week’s notice is
                                           database for Fre-
                                                                needed to arrange for regular rides and more time is
                                           derick members.
                                                                needed for long-distance trips. Grocery shopping trips
                                                                can be regularly scheduled for every other week.
The Frederick Recognition Dinner was held on Saturday,
April 24 with 40 members, guests and staff attending. It        Anne Arundel County, Linda Dennis
was held at the new Student Center building at Frederick        Thanks to all of the 170 members who attended our
Community College. Everyone enjoyed the chance to so-           volunteer appreciation dinner held on April 28th at
cialize, tell PIC stories, and make new connections.            Holy Trinity Church. It was obvious from the energy in
Particular recognition was given to Alice Stup for partici-     the parish hall that everyone enjoyed a nice meal and
pating with PIC/Frederick for five years. The Frederick         fellowship. Hopefully you left the evening feeling that
“star performer” is Donna Rabbitt, who was recognized           you had a better understanding of the community to
for her extensive help as a regular driver, interviewer,        which you so generously give your time and talents.
and office volunteer.                                           Each hour exchanged makes our community unique
It is with great joy that we announce the generous gift of      and successful in achieving the mission of helping
$10,000 from the Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick to          older neighbors age in place, safely and with dignity.
assist with the coordination of and reimbursement for our
transportation services for women. Thank you to Emily           Words cannot express our appreciation for all that you
Kilby for researching and applying for the grant. And           do from providing transportation to working in the
thank you to the Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick for         Boutique and office, making phone calls and writing
believing in Partners In Care!                                  birthday cards. We acknowledged many accomplish-
                                                                ments at the Recognition Dinner. Members who have
The Frederick office is thriving… totals donated by our         served 5, 10, and 15 years were awarded PIC pins.
members for January through April, 2010 are 1,385 hours         John Roberts was named our Premier Partner for his
and over 11,000 miles. It’s clear everyone was glad to say      willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty by
                                                                performing a myriad of tasks, both regularly and often
good-bye to February. In March alone, our numbers in-
                                                                on short notice. Please know that you are ALL stars in
cluded 436 hours and 4,015 miles!                               our eyes, and we appreciate you every day.
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Partners In Care/Easton is positively rocking!! Since December we’ve grown to include
51 members, driven nearly 3,000 miles and exchanged more than 400 hours of service.
We have 28 new membership applications waiting to be processed.

Four members no longer need canes to maneuver from the house to the car. Some who
were unable to get on and off the public bus, are riding again. One member is garden-
ing again because her ride partner surprised her with potting soil and plants.
Since the Eastern Shore is a great retirement spot, many residents’ families don’t
live nearby. Some have adult children who simply cannot take time off from jobs. So           Thanks to Upper Shore Ag-
it works very well that many of our members really enjoy meeting new people and sharing       ing for giving PIC/Easton
their lives. Newcomers get to meet lifelong residents and vice-versa. We’re bringing people   office space in the beautiful
together who might never have met otherwise, and new relationships are being developed        new Talbot County Senior
that will last and last.                                                                      Center, shown here.

A simple (yet very generous) act of helping out a neighbor can become the time of your life while putting some life in your
time. Often the lines blur making it hard to differentiate between who is helping whom. Everybody wins!!
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                  Older Adults Enrich America                                   Spread the word about # 47323.
                                                                                  Please ask your friends and
Hooray to Sandy Jackson, who in the last few months has been recognized
                                                                                family to use this code number
locally and nationally for her 16 plus years as a volunteer leader and mem-     to credit Partners In Care with
ber of Partners In Care. We are proud to say that Sandy earned the Volun-       donations to the United Way of
 teer of the Year Award from the Junior League of Annapolis, and also the        Central Maryland Combined
  Older Volunteers Enrich America Award from the MetLife Foundation.                  Federal Campaign.


Recognition Dinner continued from page 1
Members who received their 15 year pins (L to R): Betty Roloson, JR Roloson, Ruth Baker, Dolores Reuter,
Dot Sanford, Frankie Morehead, and Clyde Morehead. Also earning 15 year pins, although not pictured, are
Thomas Fallon, Eleanor Fisher, Paul Hahn, Patrick Oates, (OL]DEHWK 2·/HDU\, Ida Plain of Frederick,
Janet St. Jean, Gene St. Pierre, Jody Wray, and Heidi Zech.




                                                                            Randy Marshall, a long-time member,
                                                                            teaches the AARP Safe Driving course
                                                                            at the office on a quarterly basis. Here
                                                                            he stands with Sandy Jackson (L),
                                                                            and Linda Figallo, coordinators of the
                                                                            Ride Partners transportation program.




Mike Livingston, PIC board-
member and president of The       Marilyn Block (L), shares a hug with
Bank of Glen Burnie, greets       Linda Dennis.
Tyler Samuel, volunteer mem-                                                  Volunteer driver Brent Baccala (L),
ber, and great-grandson of                                                    chats with a guest at the dinner.
                                  Help? Would you like to help PIC at the
Betty and JR Roloson.
                                  Glen Burnie Carnival on August 2, or
                                  help Joyce maintain a flower bed on the
                                  B&A trail? Call Joyce 410-544-4800.

                      50% OR MORE off everything in the Boutique June 21-26
                       New Boutique hours:: Mon-Wed-Fri 10-4, Tues & Thurs 10-7, Saturday 9-4.
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TRANSPORTATION NEWS                          by Linda Figallo
Riders will soon receive letters informing them of the miles they use
each month and a suggested donation for those miles. This change is
necessary because PIC can no longer rely on grants to cover mileage re-
imbursement. Donations will help volunteer drivers pay for the expense
of gas, not for their time. Many drivers decline reimbursement, but oth-
ers need gas reimbursement in order to continue transporting PIC mem-
bers in these difficult economic times.

We can’t say THANK YOU enough to our wonderful volunteer drivers
and volunteer matchmaking team. These dedicated volunteers make a
significant contribution to the Partners In Care mission, helping older adults remain independent in their own
homes. Approximately 125 rides are matched each week. Additional drivers are always needed, and the help of a
matchmaker just a few hours per week is also needed. Please call Linda Figallo, lindafigallo@partnersincare.org,
410-544-4800 if you can help. Note to drivers: We love it when you call and ask for rides!

We will hold the AARP Safe Driving Course at our office again on July 15 from 12:30 to 4:30pm. The course is free
to PIC members in exchange for two hours of credit. The cost is $12 for non-PIC members if you are a member of
AARP or $14 otherwise. Some insurance carriers will reduce premiums by 10% for completing the AARP course.


Thank you to our Community Partners: The Bank of Glen Burnie for sponsoring our annual fund-
raising golf tournament, held on June 7th - the Annapolis, Parole, and Lake Shore Rotaries - the Junior League of
Annapolis - Women Giving Together of the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County - the Women’s Giving
Circle of Frederick County - Constellation Energy - Ken Rimorin of PC Repair for donating and networking a
computer for the transportation desk - Greg Mahon of Mahon Plumbing for helping to make repairs to maintain
our members’ homes - Chris Garner for donating storage space in Arnold - the Community Center of Severna
Park for supporting the Jewelry Extravaganza - and the wonderful consignment stores in the area for donating
items to the Boutique, including: Honeysuckle, Cha-Ching, Twice Around the Park, Savvy, Serendipity, and Chop-
stix. Also thank you to our generous members who have given donations, of every size, to sustain us. Thank you!


The Senior Provider Group (SPG) is an organization of busi-
nesses and individuals providing services of all kinds to seniors,
their families, and caregivers. In May, SPG awarded a grant to
Partners In Care for its programs to support older adults through-
out Anne Arundel County. Joyce Cavey, Grants Manager, far
right, is shown accepting the check from SPG board members (L to
R): Annette Batson, Bob Ready, and Susan Amos.
Help research grant opportunities. To write grant proposals
or help research funding sources, call Joyce at 410-544-4800.


    Annual Fund Challenge Brings Bonus

  With the announcement in late April of a
                                                                      BOARD OF DIRECTORS
“challenge match” by two anonymous donors,
 $10 has been added for every new gift to the
                                                            Don Arthur, Retired, Marketing Consultant, Chair
  Annual Fund that we’ve received. To date,         Mike Livingston, President, The Bank of Glen Burnie,Treasurer
  we’ve received 65 new gifts, a tremendous                     Pat Durling, Retired, Banker, Secretary
  response. Accordingly, an extra $650 has       Paige Cox, Executive Director, Human Resources, Constellation Energy
      been donated to Partners In Care.                  Dudley Dixon, President, Independence Housing Group
                                                               Peter Engstrom, Retired, Col., USAF, SAIC
The challenge extends to the end of our fiscal    Elizabeth Flury, Director, Aging Strategy, Johns Hopkins HealthCare
year on June 30th. Thank you to everyone for                       Barbara Huston, President & CEO
     making the challenge so productive!                        Sandra Jackson, Transportation Director
                                                  Fred Rost, Director of Marketing, Maryland Primary Care Physicians
 *If you would like to consider making a last-            Norman Harrison, CPA, President, Harrison & Fields, Advisor
ing gift to Partners In Care from your estate,
                                                 We are pleased to introduce new board member, Dudley Dixon. Welcome aboard!
 please contact Josh Schmidt, 410-544-4800.
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Repairs With Care, Robbie Duncan                                           BOUTIQUE NEWS
                                                               The Jewelry Extravaganza was held March 26 and 27,
                           If you’ve ever helped out as a      after being twice postponed because of snow. It was
                           handyman, or ever considered        well worth waiting for! Thanks to leader Diane Evans
                           sharing your time and talent        and committee Dawn Murphy, Dianne Rogers,
                           this way, please join us for the    Lynn Hausmann, Cynthia Keller, Karen Davis,
                           HANDYMAN HAPPY HOUR!                Jeanne Ellis, Rae Hart, Barb Novak, Jean
                           We’ll be celebrating what you do    Milone, Ruth Pestorius, Susan Nolte, Debbie
                           on June 24, 5-7pm. Pizza, beer,     Tocknell, and Kathy DeVivo, $10,500 was raised!
                           prizes and surprises! Please call
                           me at 410-544-4800 to RSVP,
                           bring a friend, and join the fun!

                         Extra! Extra! The Recycle Bin
project has been extended. We will continue taking re-
quests from members and older adults to put wheels on
the yellow 32-gallon recycle bins provided by AA County.
You can buy a kit with wheels for $15 and request a PIC
handyman to install it or just purchase the kit (call me).

A special thank you to Anne Arundel Women Giving To-
gether, Annapolis Rotary and Parole Rotary for their
generous donations to the Repairs With Care program.
    http://www.bobvila.com/OnTheLevel/Volunteer-Handymen -
    and-Women-Help-Keep-Elderly-In-Their-Homes-4352.html       Shown relaxing at the event held at the Severna Park
                                                               Community Center, are (L to R): Linda Figallo, Bill
TV handyman Bob Vila, who specializes in Do-It-Your-           Rogers, Susan Nolte, and Diane Evans (standing),
self home improvement projects, has a blog about our           at 'DYLG 1ROWH·V display of unique suspenders.
handyman program on his website. He has taken an in-
terest in our volunteer handymen/women and how our             We appreciate all the wonderful volunteer members
members help each other. He hopes our kind of program,         giving their time in the Boutique every week to make
“Spreads throughout communities across the country.”           the store so attractive and effective as a PIC friend-
THANK YOU dear handymen/women who make this                    raiser and fund-raiser. We’re happy about our new
program possible. Everyone here appreciates your good          crew of creative “stagers” who’ve turned assorted rugs,
work—and people across the country do too!                     tables, lamps, and couches into beautiful arrange-
                                                               ments that are increasing sales. Come see the store!
 Save taxes and support our handyman program.
                                                               We’re full-to-the-brim with clothes, accessories, and
Any individual or company with a tax liability in the
                                                               furniture. Note the new store hours: Mon-Wed-Fri 10-
state can participate in the Community Investment Tax
                                                               4, Tues & Thurs 10-7pm, and Sat. 9-4. Your donations
Credit (CITC) program. Support PIC and reduce taxes!
                                                               and purchases help support our programs. Thank you!




/                            For the second year, PIC family and friends spent an evening taking calls from viewers
to support Maryland Public Television (MPT). Front row (L to R) Anne Myers, Linda Waksmunski, Sandy Jackson,
Jo Pickwoad, June Martin. Back row (L to R): Laura, Barbara and Genna Huston, Robbie Duncan and Rick Ebling.

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                            *LIWV                                 WARM HOUSES SOCIAL OPPORTUNITIES
                                                                Brighten up your summer! Make new friends, learn
    We are deeply grateful to those who have given gifts to     new skills, and experience the joy of group sharing at a
     Partners In Care as a way to honor and memorialize         Partners In Care Warm House gathering.
                   friends and loved ones.
                                                                Two new Warm Houses are starting up in June for
      7KDQN \RX IRU JLIWV UHFHLYHG ,Q 0HPRU\ RI«                residents of North County. Weekly meetings, facili-
                                                                tated by member Linda Grant DePauw, will be held
                         Peg Bowman
                                                                at the Minerva Center, 20 Granada Road in Pasadena.
                       Sheldon Elinoff
                                                                TAPPING CIRCLE Tuesdays 1:00-3:00 Group practice
                      Bob Grusenmeyer                           of acupuncture without needles to relieve emotional
                         Janice Kelly                           and physical pain. Gain benefits for yourself while
                                                                learning techniques to help friends and family.
                        James Sharp
                                                                HARMONY CIRCLE Thursdays 1:00-3:00 No experi-
                        Vernie White
                                                                ence or music reading ability required. All you need is
       7KDQN \RX IRU JLIWV UHFHLYHG ,Q +RQRU RI«                breath and a heartbeat. Sing chants, rounds, barber-
                                                                shop tags and the heartwarming songs of 1910-1970.
          The Anniversary of Bryant and Ann Cruse
                                                                For more information, contact Linda Grant DePauw
                        Dick Kemezis
                                                                at 410-437-5379; or magicalgodmother@mac.com. To
                   Bill and Judy Shummer                        reserve a place and arrange for a ride, contact Member
                                                                Care Coordinator Linda Dennis at 410-544-4800 or
                                                                lindadennis@partnersincare.org.

Wisdom Work Team (WWT)
Originally developed with funds from the National       Business Foundation
Council on Aging, the WWT continues its                     Opportunity
valuable work with bi-monthly meetings,
brain-storming sessions, and community pro-         We know from past experience that
grams. Dedicated volunteer team members             State Farm and Aetna have Foun-
work as ambassadors for PIC through a vari-         dations that support their employ-
ety of outreach efforts intended to recruit vol-    ees’ volunteer efforts (for both ac-
unteers and find new sources of funding for         tive and retired employees). One of
the sustainability of the organization. WWT         our volunteers in Frederick, for
activities include participating in networking      example, reports her volunteer
events, identifying speaking opportunities,         hours to the State Farm Founda-
and distributing “volunteers needed” flyers to      tion and their matching grant pro-
                                                    gram donates $500 to PIC. In this       Terri Riddle displays the
businesses and medical offices. Some team                                                   Lifeline communicator box
                                                    time of cutbacks, we would very
members also assist members with computer                                                   and pendant.
and technical support. New members are              much appreciate it if you, our vol-
                                                    unteers, would check with your          Please call us at 410-544-
always welcome. Contact Linda Figallo at                                                    4800 if you, or someone you
lindafigallo@partnersincare.org or 410-544-         current / former employers to see
                                                    if they might have such a program.      know, would like to have the
4800 to join the group or suggest ideas for re-                                             Lifeline personal emergency
cruiting new PIC volunteers and obtaining           Every little bit helps.
                                                                                            response service.
speaking engagements.                                         Thank you. Terri

                                                                  Save the Date for the CAR SHOW
            Recycle AND Pay It Forward                               Sunday, August 29 12:00 noon-4:00 pm
If you are downsizing or moving, or if you have a car
  or boat in the driveway or backyard that you don’t                                         Classics, antiques, muscle
 need, please consider donating them to Partners In                                         cars, motorcycles and more!
Care. We are a 501(c)(3) community nonprofit organi-                                       No trailer queens, no judging,
 zation registered in the State of Maryland. Your do-                                      no entry fee, come for the fun!
 nation is deductible to the fullest extent allowed by
Maryland and IRS regulations. You can reduce your                                          Rain or Shine, at the PIC office
 taxes while supporting our programs to help others.                                       parking lot. Want to help out?
                                                                                              Call Josh 410-544-4800.
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                                                                                                                 Nonprofit Org.
                                                                                                                     U.S. Postage
                                                                                                                        PAID
                                                                                                                     Permit 311
                                                                                                                Glen Burnie, MD
 Partners In Care Maryland, Inc.                                                                                        21061
       6 Ritchie Highway
                                                                                    ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED
     Pasadena, MD 21122
 410-544-4800 / 800-227-5500

  www.partnersincare.org
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         Warm Houses
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