Tag Archives: Baltimore City

Feeling good in the Neighborhood

That may actually be the Applebee’s commercial slogan….but anyway, that’s how I feel about my experience in Baltimore today. Today was the first of hopefully many visits Katrina and I will take to the University of Maryland Medical Center Greenebaum … Continue reading

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Why the sport of running is great…..

I consider myself to be a lucky individual.  I work for an organization that does really cool things and I get to work with something that I LOVE – running.  For a majority of my professional life, I was an … Continue reading

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My New Year’s Resolution…Time to get off couch!

The time has come again to make another New Year’s Resolution…I don’t know about you but I have never really kept a resolution I have made in the past. I usually get pretty lofty with my choices…such as running a … Continue reading

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words…

Last week, Katrina in our office asked all of us to send her one picture that had special meaning to us in connection to our work here at the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.  She’s working on a project … Continue reading

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A celebration and a farewell…

I came to the UCF because I was young, eager and jobless. I was offered an opportunity through AmeriCorps and I snatched it up; work with other young adults, create an army of volunteers and a virtual community of support. … Continue reading

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Do you like to run…?

if so, I may have the perfect opportunity for you!  Over the last couple years, Team Fight has grown exponentially and 2011 won’t be any different! The plus: We now have over 250 people wearing that crazy yellow color to help … Continue reading

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Andre’s Story, Part 1

*All young adults and their families featured in Elizabeth’s blog post have consented to share their stories, names and photos In his 32 years on this planet, Andre Coleman has been doing a lot of surviving. Growing up in Baltimore … Continue reading

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