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Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.
Annual Meeting May 23, 2012
To the BNI Family, Your support is a welcome and stabilizing force for Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. Through continued funding for our programs, we have been able to expand the work of our mission toward guaranteeing the bene)its of Fair Housing to every Maryland citizen. We anticipate that this year will be a great one for furthering Fair Housing, but we need your help to be successful. I extend a personal invitation to each of you to renew your commitment to BNI by joining us at BNIâ€™s 2012 Annual Meeting on May 23rd. Your attendance will allow you to vote for new of)icers to the Board of Directors, to hear the remarks of a recognized expert on Fair Housing issues, to reconnect with other members of the BNI family, and to enjoy some tasty snacks. It will be an enjoyable and interesting evening, and I look forward to greeting you there. Sincerely, Michael Mark President, BNI PS: By the way, you will be the guest of BNI. There is no charge for this event. BNI'S MISSION... BNI promotes justice in housing for all people in the State of Maryland through fair housing and tenant-landlord programs and public information activities.
The Board of Directors of Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. Cordially invite you to its
Annual Meeting May 23, 2012 from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. at the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland 4 University Parkway Baltimore, MD 21218 Guest Speaker: Melody Taylor-Blancher HUD Regional Director - Philadelphia Awardees: Christopher Brown - The Inaugural Dickens War)ield Fair Housing Award Leslie Kornreich - The Elizabeth M. Shipley Volunteer Service Award Please RSVP by May 14, 2012 for this complimentary event by emailing Barbara Wilson with the names of those attending. Contact her at 410-243-4468 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Cathedral of the Incarnation and Diocesan Center are located at the intersection of North Charles Street and University Parkway, near the Johns Hopkins University. Address: 4 East University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21218 — (410) 467-1399
From the North I-95 to the Beltway (I-695) towards Towson. Exit 25 (Charles Street, RT 139). South on Charles Street. Cross Cold Spring Lane. At the split, bear right. Follow Charles Street. The Center is on the left just before University Parkway, about 4.5 miles from the Beltway.
From the South I-95 to Baltimore. Take Russell Street exit (Exit 52). Turn right on Pratt Street. Then left on to Charles Street. Follow Charles Street north. The center's entrance is on the right, immediately beyond University Parkway.
Via Public Transportation MTA Bus Route #11 and Route #61 from Downtown Baltimore and Penn Station, MTA Bus Route #22 from Mondawmin Metro Station or Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital, alight at University Parkway and North Charles Street. For schedule and route information go to www.mtamaryland.com
Parking: Large parking lot at the Diocesan Center is accessible from North Charles Street. Enter the Diocesan Center through the western-facing double glass doors under the archway that reads “Cathedral House”.
Additional Parking: Before 6:00 p.m. Unrestricted parking on East University Parkway and Southbound St. Paul Street; more parking after 6:00 p.m. on Northbound Charles and Northbound St. Paul Streets.