We've had lots to celebrate in 2011--from Park Ave. to Lennox St. to Linden Ave. to Druid Park Lake Dr. to Madison Ave. to Whitelock St. to Brookfield Ave. to Newington Ave. and everywhere in between, so join us 6:30pm Tuesday 10/25 at Beth Am Synagogue for the 2011 RHIC Annual Meeting. You'll not only get a free dinner and live music, but you'll also help honor all the contributions to Reservoir Hill made by your neighbors and friends.
RHIC Board Member Gail Blackwell and long-time resident Georgia Winder at the 2010 RHIC Annual Meeting (10/20/10)
This year we'll be highlighting our progress toward re-committing to Whitelock St. as the heart of community activity, establishing John Eager Howard Elementary School as a Maryland Green School, and launching a Reservoir Hill-specific energy conservation outreach campaign.
RHIC Associate Director Rick Gwynallen presents an award to Reservoir Hill Mutual Homes Director Ruthie Wilder at 2010 Annual Meeting (10/20/10)
We will also be celebrating with representatives from Baltimore City government, including Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake, who will serve as a judge for John Eager Howard's "Go Green" t-shirt design contest, Councilman Bill Cole, a long-time ally whose district will no longer include Reservoir Hill starting next year, and Nick Mosby, City Council candidate and Reservoir Hill resident.
Lining up for the free dinner at the 2010 Annual Meeting (10/20/10)