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Pikesville Greenspring Coalition Sets its Annual Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of the Pikesville Greenspring Community Coalition, Inc. will be held at 7:15 p.m. Jan. 19.
According to a PGCC notice, the meeting will be held at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.
Scheduled guest speakers are: Vicki Almond, chairwoman of the Baltimore County Council; Marc Terrill, president of The Associated; and Sgt. Vickie Warehime, community outreach supervisor for the Pikesville precinct of Baltimore County police.
It's open to all members of the community who are residents of the 16 associations that form the coalition.
Homeowners who have joined the coalition as an individual member, and those who are signers of the Quarry Covenants may also attend.
Friends are welcome as well, and refreshments will be served.
Those who plan to attend should RSVP to Mical at PGCCInc@aol.com, the announcement states.
Following is the agenda, according to the announcement:
- 7:15 p.m.—sign in and refreshments
- 7:30-9 p.m.—meeting
Coalition President Neville Jacobs will call the meeting to order. Mical Carton, coalition executive director, will do the roll call, and Secretary Rosalind Asch will present the minutes of last year's annual meeting.
The 16 voting representatives of the coalition's association members, along with the representative of the individal members will vote for the slate of 2012 officers.
The slate is:
- President—Neville Jacobs
- 1st Vice-President—Barry Blank
- 2nd Vice-President—Noel Levy
- Secretary—Stuart Goldberg
- Asst. Secretary—Beatrice Yoffe
- Treasurer—Jon Herbst
- Assistant Treasurer—Azi Rosenblum
Special presentations and certificates of appreciation will be awarded to:
- Retiring officers and committee chairmen
- Donald J. Goldman, Greenspring Shopping Center
- Steven Koren, Koren Development Corporation
More About Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
This congregation offers everything from worship and youth religious classes for members to cemeteries and even Brotherhood and Sisterhood groups that are open to non-members. With 1,350 families, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation is the largest Reform congregation in the Baltimore area. It runs the accredited The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew for children from 18 months old through eighth grade. And the congregation has a special program for people in their 20s and 30s called "Chai Life." Interestingly, its 17 acres sit on both Baltimore City and Baltimore County property. Worship and the preschool are in the city, while The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew is in the county. "We are the only synagogue where you can get your marriage certificate from the city or county," said Jo Ann Windman, executive director. One cemetery is on Berrymans Lane in Reisterstown, and one is on Belair Road in Baltimore.