Dragon Boat races ‘brings out the best’ for Catholic Charities of Baltimore

A little rain – at some moments, actually, a lot of rain – didn’t keep paddlers or spectators away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Sept. 8, for Catholic Charities of Baltimore’s’ 11th Biennial Dragon Boat Races.
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Knights of Columbus land in Baltimore, bearing $1 million gift

Supreme Knight Carl Anderson presented the Archdiocese of Baltimore with a $1 million gift from the Knights for a new K-8 school to be built on Baltimore’s west side.
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Mercy Medical Center is Edna Jacurak’s ‘second family’

While longtime Mercy Medical Center staffer Edna Jacurak’s official title is Collections Manager, she spends her spare time working on completely different types of collections.
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Results Oriented: John Carroll’s Hinke engineered for giving back

Nick Hinke built an impressive resume  at The John Carroll School in Bel Air: atop a class of 162 students, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and central defender on the soccer team.
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Family links to Bradshaw school go back to 1940s

When Keegan Preis walks down the aisle at the graduation ceremony for St. Stephen School’s class of 2017 in June, it will be a bittersweet moment for his family.
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Special needs ministries, blessings all around

Lisa McGann believes that people with “different abilities” do not need charity as much as they need to feel a sense of worth.
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