"Celebrating the Strength" in Turner Station

From left to right: Bishop Calvin Burgess, Mrs. Muriel Gray, and the Rev. Dr. Kay Albury.

The “Celebrating the Strength” event was a huge success, with attendees coming together to promote unity and collaboration between men and women in the Turner Station community.

With a renewed sense of commitment, women voiced their concerns, while men vowed to listen with greater compassion and support women’s leadership abilities. They agreed to work together to reach out to and assist isolated community members, fostering a sense of togetherness and building a stronger community. Participants were also treated to mouth-watering crab from Charm City Crab by Marcus Stevenson, the newest partner in the organization’s mission to bring 25 American-owned, local, mobile and global small businesses to Turner Station by 2025. This initiative aims to provide much-needed services for the area’s elderly and children, making Turner Station a better place for all its residents.

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