Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore (BGCMB) joined Callaway Elementary School for a greening project on Saturday, April 10, to engage families leading up to Earth Day.
Family & Community Engagement Coordinator, Eric Campbell, who led the effort for BGCMB, worked with the Baltimore Tool Bank to secure tools for the project; a total of $388 worth of equipment for just $11.68! “Callaway Elementary School has been a longtime partner of ours,” detailed Eric. “Collaborating on projects like this is a great way to demonstrate to our families that we’re a united front when it comes to investing in the health of the Garrison Hill community.”
Campbell joined a group of Callaway staff members and administrators to spruce up the outdoor space around the School, which is attached to our Webster Kendrick Club. Also in attendance was Ty Juan Rice, President of the Garrison Hill Community Association. Callaway families and neighbors will enjoy the improved space during an Earth Day event later this week.