October 21, 2009

National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

Submitted by Todd Elliott “Adult education” means many things to many people. To some it’s about yoga and Spanish classes at a local community college. To […]
October 13, 2009

Principal Sheilah Meyers: Making Great Strides at Guilford Elementary/Middle

Submitted by Shana McIver At GHCC, our public eduction program staff build a school’s assets by mobilizing business and community partners to invest in a school […]
October 9, 2009

Competing for a Good Cause: More Trees!

Submitted by Olga Maltseva A little competition can do a lot of good when Baltimore City College High School and Baltimore Polytechnic Institute get involved! On […]
October 8, 2009

GHCC VISTAs Will Race for the Cure on October 18!

Submitted by Laura Schmitz On October 18, 2009, you may see some familiar faces running the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The race, which […]
October 5, 2009

Charm City featured in New York Times travel section

This weekend, New York Times reporter Joshua Kurlantzick dubbed Baltimore a hip haven for artists in his delightful review of Charm City’s in’s and out’s, 36 […]
September 24, 2009

Teaching at Greenmount Senior Center

Near the corner of North and Greenmount Avenues, across the street from the historic Greenmount Cemetery, you will find the Greenmount Senior Center (GSC), a recreation […]
September 21, 2009

You’re Invited!

We hope you will join us at our 40th birthday party! Buy your tickets electronically at our 40th birthday website or print an RSVP form by […]
September 17, 2009

Greater Homewood Faces & Places Recognized in City Paper’s Best of Baltimore Awards

Who knew that Greater Homewood had so much to brag about? Well, we did, and we’re thrilled to share that The Baltimore City Paper agrees. In […]
September 14, 2009

Supplies for Schools and Families

Written by K. Breathett. Every year, GHCC receives a large donation from a benefactor in Pasadena, Maryland. Throughout the year she collects items for us to […]