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Ravens Roost #82 Bull & Oyster Roast to benefit MSB
SOLD OUT!! Thank you for your support!
The Ravens Roost #82, long-time supporters of MSB, is hosting a Bull and Oyster Roast on Friday, March 27, 2020 from 7:00 – 11:00 pm at Martin’s East, 9000 Pulaski Highway. This event will benefit MSB, among other charities. Tickets are $50 each. See the RR82 Bull Roast 2020 flyer or contact Kathy Snello @410-804-8526 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Giant Food Community Bag Program
We are excited to share that The Maryland School for the Blind has been selected again to be a part of the Giant Food Community Bag Program, which is designed to make it easy for customers to contribute to their local community while supporting the environment. For the month of March, every time the reusable $2.50 Community Bag is sold at the Giant Food store located at 8100 Loch Raven Blvd, Towson, MD, Maryland School for the Blind will receive a $1 donation
How can you help?
Consider shopping at your local Giant and purchasing a Community Bag. Follow the instructions on the Giving Tag to designate The Maryland School for the Blind as the beneficiary.
Spread the news to your friends and family. The more people who learn about the program and purchase the Community Bag, the more money we will raise.
Local Giant stores also choose a charitable organization to support each month (if you shop at a Giant Food Store, mention MSB to the Store Manager for future consideration). To learn more about this program, please visit www.giantfood.bags4mycause.com
Thank you Baltimore Ski Club!
The Baltimore Ski Club is a long-time supporter of The Maryland School for the Blind! Annually they donate ski equipment and apparel to our blind ski program and each year they donate the proceeds from their Winter Expo to MSB!
Try Blind Lacrosse Clinics
In the Spring of 2019, the Maryland School for the Blind partnered with Parkville Adaptive Lacrosse, Towson HS, and Goucher College Women’s team to introduce the sport of Lacrosse to our blind and visually impaired students. Several clinics and events have been held since then and have been a huge success! Check out this article about the clinics in US Lacrosse Magazine- https://www.uslacrosse.org/blog/developing-lacrosse-for-blind-players
Our community partners are committed to help create and build the sport for athletes with visual impairments. Our goal is to create a set of rules and adaptations that will allow players who are blind or visually impaired to competitively play Maryland’s most popular sport of lacrosse!
Check back here throughout the year for more current community events to benefit or support MSB, MSB Alumni and MSB Partners.