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Spotlight on Legal Services
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We loved reading about the legislation in the New York City Council to use free legal services to level the playing field in housing court and prevent homelessness.

Meanwhile in Baltimore, the St. Ambrose legal staff are happy to support you with your civil legal needs. Learn more: St. Ambrose Legal Services.

The Legal Services Department recently hosted their first ever fundraiser event and we would like to thank our title sponsors for their commitment to supporting pro bono legal services in the community: 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Geraghty
We would like to thank the following organizations:

Bank of America Foundation

David and Barbara B. Hirschhorn Foundation

Goldseker Foundation

NeighborWorks America

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October 28, 2015

Would you like to join us for a tour of Belair-Edison next week? St. Ambrose and Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, Inc. have been collaborating on a comprehensive community development plan, and we would love to share this neighborhood's progress and beautification process with you!  Details below:
Forgotten Planters in Transformation in Belair-Edison
Seventeen forgotten planters line Belair road through the community of Belair-Edison. These nondescript planters blend into the sidewalk and many of them haven't housed a thriving plant for the last few seasons. As part of a greater movement of public art, community engagement, and beautification in Belair-Edison, the neighborhood is reclaiming these long forgotten planters through the craft of mosaic art.

Read more about the project and the budding community artists at the heart of this revitalization initiative on our blog.

Below is two days of progress for one planter's design:
The colors of the design will be revealed when this mosaic template is applied to the planter. It's placed face down here.
The result of many helping hands at work! See the finished product and learn about the process at the November 5th event!