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The Edward A. Myerberg Center hosted its spring fundraising event, Simply Diamond, on May 19 to benefit the  Myerberg’s programs and services for adults age 55 and older. Neil  Diamond tribute band, Simply Diamond, thrilled more than 300 guests with spot-on renditions of the singer’s favorite tunes. Pictured are event attendees with Simply Diamond lead singer Brian Le Blanc. (Judi Snyder)

The Edward A. Myerberg Center hosted its spring fundraising event, Simply Diamond, on May 19 to benefit the Myerberg’s programs and services for adults age 55 and older. Neil Diamond tribute band, Simply Diamond, thrilled more than 300 guests with spot-on renditions of the singer’s favorite tunes. Pictured are event attendees with Simply Diamond lead singer Brian Le Blanc. (Judi Snyder)

These Bracelets Are Helping Moms Vaccinate Their Children

These Bracelets Are Helping Moms Vaccinate Their Children

One reminder bracelet may save million children every year.

Betsy Rascoe (left), who modeled to support a friend, asked artist Sandie Heiss for something “whimsical, happy.” (Toby Tabachnick)

Betsy Rascoe (left), who modeled to support a friend, asked artist Sandie Heiss for something “whimsical, happy.

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Preschoolers at Owings Mills JCC Stoler Early Childhood Education enjoyed a trip down the yellow brick road during their annual Healthy Choices End of the Year Picnic. Artist-in-residence Jocelyn Hansen (aka the Tin Woman) adorned the children’s cheeks with “Wizard of Oz”-themed designs. (Provided)

Preschoolers at Owings Mills JCC Stoler Early Childhood Education enjoyed a trip down the yellow brick road during their annual Healthy Choices End of the Year Picnic. Artist-in-residence Jocelyn Hansen (aka the Tin Woman) adorned the children’s cheeks with “Wizard of Oz”-themed designs. (Provided)

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Looking for Answers | Baltimore Jewish Times

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Three JCC Lifeguards Honored | Baltimore Jewish Times

Three JCC Lifeguards Honored | Baltimore Jewish Times

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