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Thank you, restaurants, for your generosity

To the Editor:

The Exchange Club of Highlandtown-Canton wishes to thank the following restaurants for their generous donation of the gift certificates for our 5th Annual “Taste of Our Community” raffle:

Blue Hill Tavern
Cardinal Tavern
The Chasseur
Claddagh Pub & Restaurant
Farmstead Grill
Fork & Wrench
JD’S Smokehouse Bar & Grill
Looneys Pub
Mama’s on the Half Shell
Myth & Moonshine
Nacho Mama’s
Pasta Mista Canton
Plug Ugly Publick House
Portside Tavern
Samos Greek Island Grill
Shiso Tavern
Speakeasy Saloon & Dining House
Tavern on the Square

This year’s raffle raised over $3,000 for our Charity Fund.
We and the communities we serve greatly appreciate your support.

The Exchange Club of Highlandtown-Canton


Team 8, one of several teams who helped Journey Home count the homeless in Baltimore City.  | Photo courtesy of Jeff Amoros

Team 8, one of several teams who helped Journey Home count the homeless in Baltimore City.
| Photo courtesy of Jeff Amoros

Thank you, Southeast, for your generosity toward Baltimore’s homeless

To all of southeast Baltimore:

Thank you. During the past few weeks, I reached out to community associations, businesses, and individual residents, to collect donations for residents of the city experiencing homelessness.

The immediate outpouring of support from all over Southeast was simply overwhelming. Residents and businesses donated bags and boxes of coats, scarves, blankets, first aid kits and other items throughout the month of January.

The items came from every part of Southeast Baltimore–from Hoehn’s Bakery in Highlandtown and Alliance Realty Group in Greektown; from the Southeast CDC and the Fell’s Point Community Organization; from residents stretching from Little Italy and Upper Fell’s over to Bayview and out to Essex.

The team at Church on the Square in Canton stored the items, and members of the boards of the Baltimore Highlands Neighborhood Association and the Fell’s Point Residents Association, among others, handed them out.

To all of you–thank you for your time, your generosity and your commitment to making Southeast Baltimore a better place to live for those who need it the most.

Jeff Amoros, Community aide, Councilman James Kraft



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