Join us for a six week series to learn how YOU can turn healthy eating into a delicious and rewarding lifestyle.
June 8, June 22, July 13, July 27, August 10 and August 24
12:30pm – 2:00pm
700 W 40th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
Only $30 for all six weeks includes lunch and all materials
To reserve your space or for more information,
contact: 410.662.4363 or email@example.com
• Plant Herbs for Fresh Flavor at Your Fingertips
• Be Inspired by Infusions and Marinades
• Spice Things Up with Natural Rubs
• Easy Ways to Master the Grill
• Cooking from the Farmers’ Market
• What’s Good (and Good for You!) on Restaurant Menus
• And so much more…
This 6-week program will teach you how to manage symptoms of Diabetes by taking control of your health.
May 16, 23, June 6, 13, 20, 27
Mondays, 1:00-3:30 P.M.
700 West 40th Street, Baltimore MD 21211
Register Now! Space Is Limited
Discussions Will Include:
• Nutrition and Healthy Eating
• Monitoring Blood Pressure
• Skin and Foot Care
• Prevention and Exercise
• Stress Management
Are you ready willing and able to save someone’s life if you witness him or her fall unconscious or become unresponsive? Sign up Today!
Participants receive certificate of completion and take home CPR Anytime training kit.
June 27, 2016
700 West 40th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211
Contact: Jeanée Wiscovitch
Supported by AIM & Keswick in partnership with Johns Hopkins Office of Community Health
Since 1996, The Daily Record has recognized Maryland women who are making an impact through their leadership, community service and mentoring. Keswick is honored to announce that our CEO, Carmel Roques, has been selected to be honored this year. The winners are selected by past Top 100 honorees and business leaders based on professional accomplishment, community involvement and commitment to mentoring. View the full list of honorees here.
Keswick is offering an 8-Week program designed to keep seniors’ minds and bodies sharp. There are a growing number of studies showing that exercise is not only good for your body, but also for you mind.
Some brain training programs focus on exercise, but not everyone, like seniors, are able to do such high intensity aerobics. It’s the general concern for seniors at the Keswick Multi-Care Center in Hamden. “All of us worry, is my memory going am I going to be able to maintain my independence,” said Carmel Roques, Keswick CEO.
View the full story and video here.