Posts Tagged ‘Maryland’
The Securing Older Adult Resources Program (SOAR) is a divison of the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition that works to improve the financial well-being of older adults through research, community outreach programs, and direct service benefits, including financial coaching and counseling. Recently, I spoke with Francine Hyman, a Financial Counselor at SOAR, about the agency’s work […]
Marylanders of all ages have seen their lives turned upside down these past few months. Recently, I spoke with Carrie Knebel, Executive Director of Concern4Kids, about her organization and MARFY (Maryland Association of Resources for Families & Youth) and how they’re coping.
Nineteen years ago today, I began working at WBJC. I can’t believe I’ve been here that long, yet it seems very strange to think I ever lived anywhere else but Baltimore. Prior to my big move (I drove 900 miles in 2 days, alone, to get here) I resided in Iowa City, where I’d […]
“I want to ride my bicycle,” is the only part of the song by Queen I know. It’s catchy and true for me! Last October I had the pleasure of riding in Bike Maryland’s Tour du Port. It was at that time that I became familiar with Bike Maryland. And now after having interviewed Bike […]