Keswick is proud to sponsor the GEDCO iConnect Generations Expo on Saturday, May 6, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will occur at Stadium Place at 1000 E. 33rd St., Baltimore, MD 21218.
Highlights of the day include:
- Tai chi
- Family fun walk
- Health screenings
- Resource fair
- Magic show
- Spiritual wellness
- Cooking demonstration
- Children’s activities
- Colgate Dental Van
- Food vendors, and more!
Free parking will be offered at JHU- Eastern. For more information, call 410-243-0188, or visit www.gedco.org/iconnect2015.
Keswick is excited to announce we have teamed up with Gilchrist Hospice Care to bring a series of informative discussions to the members of our community.
Join us for this FREE community event series and learn about the plans all adults should have in place to ensure their wishes are followed and their assets are protected. Bring your family, and learn how to achieve peace of mind about what the future holds.
All events listed below will be held on Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Keswick Auditorium. Light hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be provided.
May 27: Choose Your Own Destiny
Guest speaker: Delegate Dan Morhaim, MD
June 3: Advanced Care Planning
Guest speaker: Anthony Riley, MD
June 10: Courageous Conversations
Guest speakers: Skip Krause, LCSW-C, ACHP-SW and Reverend Medgar Reid, Director of Spiritual Care Services at Keswick
June 17: Hospice 101 for Families & Caregivers
Guest speaker: Regina Bodnar, RN, MS, MSN, CHPCA
RSVP’s are encouraged. Please RSVP to email@example.com or call 410-662-4346.
It’s time for baseball! Keswick is pleased to once again sponsor the Roland Park Baseball League. “It is a joy to see families and kids coming together to enjoy the game of baseball, which teaches the importance of teamwork and encourages outdoor physical activity for kids. And, of course, baseball is just fun,” commented Carmel Roques, Keswick, CEO. Check out this great story about our local League. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/north-baltimore/ph-ms-roland-park-baseball-0326-20150325-story.html#page=1
On behalf of the Keswick community, CEO Carmel Roques presented a gift to Hampden Community Council President Kayla Garner. Keswick is honored to support the Hampden Community Council’s Campaign for Fire House Renovations for Engine Co. 21. The Fire Company does so much for our residents, our neighbors and our community!
On January 23, 2015, Keswick CEO Carmel Roques was featured in the Maryland Daily Record article, “First year of CEOs Stopping Diabetes Program Celebrated.” The CEOs Stopping Diabetes program is an initiative meant to curb the incidence of diabetes and other chronic diseases in Maryland through workplace health programs and benefits.
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