An Eagle Humbled

It’s hard to humble an eagle. After all, our majestic species has been the symbol of dynasties, empires and great countries for hundreds of years. But this year’s Cookie Walk has done it—and done it with panache.

The items for St Stephen’s 2012 Cookie Walk Silent Auction stretch the length of the hallway . . . → Read More: An Eagle Humbled

A tremendous effort and a stupendous success!

This year’s Cookie Walk was a stupendous success. Our friends in the neighborhood—new and old—turned out in droves. By the end of the day, with not a cookie left on the tables, the Cookie Walk team had taken in close on $7,700. That’s no small potatoes! What’s more, that figure does not include post–Cookie Walk . . . → Read More: A tremendous effort and a stupendous success!

2012 Cookie Walk Silent Auction

The items for St Stephen’s 2012 Cookie Walk Silent Auction stretch the length of the hallway and around into the lobby.

Who can resist the comfort of hand-knitted gloves or scarves? The Knitting Circle has been meeting weekly all year long, making blankets, prayer shawls, and so forth, for guests at Joseph Richey Hospice . . . → Read More: 2012 Cookie Walk Silent Auction

Dr. Bob’s Place opens

Courtesy of Bea Kalina-Bursi:

The Joseph Richey Hospice has officially opened Dr. Bob’s Place, its new inpatient hospice facility for children. It is located at 838 N. Eutaw St, Baltimore, MD 21201, in downtown Baltimore, near the city’s pediatric academic medical centers, on bus and light rail lines.

Dr. Bob’s is the first facility of . . . → Read More: Dr. Bob’s Place opens