GMCC Response to COVID-19
Greetings to the residents of the Greater Mondawmin Community. Due to the recent COVID-19 mandates set by the federal government and Governor Hogan, GMCC is reducing office person to person contact. Should your organization require printing of flyers for distribution to your neighbors, please call and leave a message at (410) 523-4500. FIVE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP STOP SPREAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS HANDS: Wash them often ELBOW: Cough into it FACE: Don't touch it FEET: Stay more than 3ft apart, preferably 6’ FEEL: sick? Stay homeRead more
Frederick Douglass High School’s baseball and softball teams will no longer have to practice on concrete thanks to the new Brooks Robinson Field.
Access valuable financial resources at the Inaugural Economic Resource Fair, Saturday, June 1st, 1pm-3pm at the Mondawmin Mall Center Court.
Join GMCC for a Benefit Breakfast March 30, 2019, 8am-12pm, at the Leonard E. Hicks Center, 2718 W North Ave. This event is to support the General Operations of the Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council. Donations are $40, Patrons $10 individual, $15 per couple. For more information contact GMCC at 410-523-4500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
After 40 years of neglect, the mansion at 3400 Auchentoroly Terrace is being rehabilitated into a 16-unit apartment building, including three accessible units. The renovation will restore many of the elements that made it a neighborhood showcase. To celebrate the beginning of construction, many of the people involved in helping this project gathered to celebrate a symbolic ribbon cutting on Monday, March 4, 2019, at 1 pm.
GMCC is pleased to welcome residents and visitors to our new website. The website shares helpful information about all of the valuable assets Greater Mondawmin has to offer, and ways residents can get involved by joining their GMCC affiliate neighborhood association. We thank our board members, staff, and partners for their valuable input and assistance in developing the website. The website was designed by resident, public artist, and OSI-Baltimore Community Fellow Graham Coreil-Allen.