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ANNUAL HOLLAND DINNER
October 22, 2014
We are excited to announce that the 19th Annual John W. Holland Awards Dinner, CAC's major fundraiser will take place on October 22, 2014 at Turf Valley in Ellicott City.
We also would like to thank all the sponsors from 2013. We hope you will continue your support in 2014.
For more information on the event please contact Stan Rappaport, who joined CAC in January as our Director of Resource Development. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-313-0442.
Sponsorship Benefits please click here.
Sponsorship Commitment Form please click here.
Glen Mar 5K and 1-Mile Walk
October 11, 2014
We are thrilled to announce that once again this year on October 11, 2014, Glen Mar will be hosting its annual 5K, benefiting the Howard County Food Bank & CAC (Rain or Shine).
The Glen Mar Family 5K and 1-Mile Walk will be a great motivation for those of you looking to get in shape, for families looking for a fun activity to do together, or for runners looking to compete in a fun, friendly atmosphere, all for a good cause. Spread the word to your family, neighbors, friends and co-workers about this Fall's Glen Mar Family 5K and 1-Mile Walk.
Cost for either the 5K or the 1-Mile Walk is $25 for those who register on or before September 15 and $30 after September 15. Refreshments will be available. Participants are asked to bring non-perishable food to the event.
Healthy Food Initiative
The United Way of Central Maryland is conducting a three-year Access to Heathy Food Initiative in Central Maryland. Pictured promoting the project are Howard County Executive Ken Ulman, former Ravens Cheerleader Molly Shattuck, President and CEO of the Horizon Foundation Richard Krieg, Community Action Council of Howard County President Bita Dayhoff, and Howard County General Hospital President and CEO Victor Broccolino.
CAC Named Top Workplace
The Community Action Council of Howard County has been named a Baltimore Sun “Top Workplace” for 2011. The contest was open to all for-profit or not-for-profit public and private companies with no less than 50 employees. Businesses that earned a spot on the list were selected based on surveys completed by employees. Those surveys looked at leadership, opportunities for advancement, workplace flexibility, compensation and benefits.
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