Volunteer Honored

Sally Rose was selected as Carroll Hospital Center’s December Volunteer of the Month. A volunteer at Carroll Hospital Center since 2010, Rose works in the admitting office, where she greets and assists patients who are coming into the hospital. Each month, Carroll Hospital Center recognizes the extraord-inary achievements of its volunteers.  They are chosen based… Read More

Carroll’s Bass Honored

Kim Bass, a registered nurse at Carroll Hospital Center, was honored in December with the hospital’s DAISY Award. A nurse at the hospital for six years, Bass was recognized for her exceptional care of a cancer patient and the outstanding service she provided the patient’s family and friends at the hospital. Carroll Hospital Center’s DAISY… Read More

$10K Grant for Meals on Wheels

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc., has awarded a $10,000 grant to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.  The $10,000 grant will be used to provide hunger relief and food security to low-income homebound, frail and elderly seniors in Baltimore City through its home-delivered meal program. Last year, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation… Read More

ARD&H Relocates

Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler, LLC, a law firm with more than 80 years of experience, has relocated its Howard County office from Ellicott City to the Columbia Town Center. The new, fully staffed office is located at 20 Columbia Corporate Center, 10420 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Suite 495, in Columbia. The firm, founded in 1927,… Read More

Big Brothers/Sisters Turns to Hickey

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake Inc. has announced that Terry F. Hickey has been named president and chief executive officer. Hickey, 43, is the founder and executive director of Community Law In Action, a non-profit organization in Baltimore that operates law-related academic programs at five local high schools, a model worksite mentoring… Read More

Blindness Foundation Names Caplan

Pikesville resident Mindy Caplan has been appointed a national trustee to the Foundation Fighting Blindness. “Mindy’s dedication has truly helped fuel our pursuit of vision-saving treatments and cures,” said William T. Schmidt, the foundation’s CEO. “We’re thrilled to welcome her to this special group of Foundation Fighting Blindness leaders whose ongoing passion to advance retinal… Read More

Sinai Awarded Elite Distinction

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore was designated one of the Leapfrog Group’s top hospitals on its annual list. Sinai Hospital was selected on the basis of medication safety, intensive care physician staffing, high-risk surgery procedures, safe practices and the use of resources.  The announcement came at Leapfrog’s annual meeting last month, focusing on transparency as the… Read More

New Myerberg Board Members, Officers

The Edward A. Myerberg Center has elected new officers and members to its board of directors: Carol Sandler, former coordinator of volunteer services at Jewish Community Services, as the center’s president; Linda Litofsky, a retired registered nurse, as vice president; and Robert Hankin, a certified public accountant and an attorney, as treasurer. Dianne Salama, a… Read More

Myerberg Center Adds O’Donovan

Katherine O’Donovan has been appointed director of development for the Edward A. Myerberg Center. O’Donovan will coordinate all the center’s fundraising and outreach activities. Most recently, she served as project manager of the Asian Art and Culture Center at Towson University. “Katherine is a key part of connecting our donors and community with the Myerberg… Read More

Still A Magnetic Personality

Shoshi Wolf Ponzcak says Rachel Minkove (right) loved cooking and 
eating Shabbat meals.
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From the time she was able to run to her neighbors’ homes and invite them over for Shabbat dinner, Rachel Minkove had a natural knack for bringing people together. It’s only fitting that even after her passing in late July, Minkove’s spirit — along with the shear thought of her beaming smile and relentless optimism… Read More