May Meeting Followup

At our May Zoom meeting last night, more than 40 participants heard from Sonia Shah, of Allies for PA 2020 and a noted science journalist, and Alejandra Ivanovich, of Amigos of Baltimore County, on turning Pennsylvania Blue, the recent history of pandemics, and mounting hunger in this county during this virus crisis. Plus, Tom Smith, BCPDC outreach chair, gave his monthly listing of how to get involved in a variety if ways. Here’re the follow-up links we promised:

Sonia Shah, Allies for PA 2020

Subscribe to Allies for PA 2020 email list

Upcoming events with Allies for PA 2020

The Next Great Migration: the beauty and terror of life on the move
Pandemic: tracking contagions from cholera to Ebola and beyond
June 4 Writers Crib event with Sonia, Enoch Pratt and National Aquarium for World Oceans Day

Alejandra Ivanovich, Amigos of Baltimore County

Tom Smith, Outreach Chair, BCPDC

Outreach Report
Baltimore County Progressive Democratic Club
May 28, 2020

Community Outreach : Volunteer and Donations

Amigos of Baltimore County
Maryland Food Bank
CARES  Contact: Rachael Neill, Phone: 410-532-7117,Email:
A Can Can Make A Difference Contact: Robert Lucas, Phone: 410-882-2217, Email:, Website:
Moveable Feast Contact: Demetrius Sanders, Phone: 410-327-3420, Email:
Our Daily Bread Contact: Aaron Kennedy, Phone: 443.986.9031, Email:
Student Support Network,  Facebook:

Zoom Meetings:
 Baltimore County’s Vote Blue House Party sponsored by District 6 Democrats. Hear from the county’s hometown heroes about what’s at stake during this election. Remember, no matter what, in 2020, we all vote blue. 
What: Baltimore County’s Vote Blue House Party
When: May 30, 2020 03:00 PM to 4:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Where: Online via Zoom

Indivisible Towson, Saturdays, 3:30pm to5:30pm
Postcards4Maryland, Thursdays, 2pm to 4pm and Sundays 10am to 12pm


Moms Demand Action Wear Orange Proclamation Parade, Friday, June 5, 2020, 11am Towson Court House.
Listen to our Baltimore County Executive read the Proclamation declaring June 5, 2020 as Gun Violence Awareness Day. After the reading, join in a car parade around the Historic Baltimore County Courthouse. Wear orange, bring your megaphone, we have signs to give out, or make your own. The parade finishes at a local food donation collection center where we can drop off non perishable items.

Next Zoom meeting is June 25, speakers to be announced soon.