January 2010 (pdf) - Hampden Community Council

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January 2010 (pdf) - Hampden Community Council

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historic hampden happenings • January 2010historic hampden happenings • January 2010 HAMPDENCOMMUNITY COUNCILBOARD OF DIRECTORSHCC OfficersPresident: Everett NoeVice President: Position VacantSecretary: Bridget SampsonTreasurer: Adam FeuersteinBoard MembersJohn BosleyBetty CallahanGenny DillAdam FeuersteinKat FeuersteinJay LazarEverett NoeErin NuesleinGeorge L Peters JrBridget SampsonDavid SugarHCC CONTACT INFOEverett Noe, PresidentHCC, PO Box 19957Hampden, MD 21211hccpresident@gmail.comwww.hampdenhappenings.orgJANUARY HCC MEETINGThe next HCC meeting is onMonday, January 25th.Plan to join us at 7 p.m. at the Roosevelt ParkRecreation Center on West 36th Street.The agenda will include committee updatesand discussions of the most important issuesof the day for business owners and residentsof Hampden. There will also be a presentationby Clean Currents.Historic Hampden Happenings is distributedto residents, organizations and businessesthroughout Greater Hampden.Circulation: 4,000, Readers: 10,000+©2009 All rights reserved.The HCC is a 501 (c) (3)nonprofit organization.www.hampdenhappenings.org • Since 1972Cover photo by Everett NoeThe Miracle on 34th Street in Hampden.Photo by Nathalie Cone4 7We want to pay homage to a Hampdencommunity member for everything shedoes to make life better for the people ofHampden everyday.president’s letterAs I write this, we have 20 inches of snow on theground and I am again reminded of why I loveHampden. As the snow began to fall, neighborscame out and began the ritual of shoveling andsalting the sidewalks and steps of our own homes,as well as of our neighbors. The older womannext door, the two students up the street and thefamily who has been a neighbor of mine for aslong as I’ve lived here all need not worry about thesnow in front of their homes. The gentlemen ofthe neighborhood took charge and made sure thatthe walk was clear. I saw this happening not onlyon my block, but on other blocks as I made myway out to do some shopping. This is what goodneighbors do; help each other for the good of all.As the New Year begins, don’t forget to renewyour annual Hampden Community Councilmembership. This has been a tough year formany as our community, the city, state and thenation grapple with difficult economic times.It’s quick, easy, and inexpensive to belong tothe Hampden Community Council. Now morethan ever, we need to work together on issuesof great concern to all residents of GreaterHampden. Please go to page 12 in this issue ofThe first-time homebuyer credit thatwas expanded to $8,000 helped spurhome sales across the country.Record Winter Storm Brings out the Hampden WarmthBy Everett NoeHistoric Hampden Happenings and fill out themembership form for 2010. As a paid memberof the Hampden Community Council you will beentitled to vote on issues such as our local schools,zoning, housing, sanitation, crime, businessdevelopment, and more. Paid members whoattend at least five meetings in the previous 12months are eligible to vote for HCC officers andboard members. The election is usually held atthe May meeting, with nominations made at theApril meeting. The HCC is a voice for everyonein Greater Hampden, including homeowners,business owners, renters, teenagers and youngerkids, seniors, newcomers and old-timers, andthe more members we have, the further ourvoice can reach.To renew your membership, please completethe form found inside of this newsletter, andmail it to our PO Box or bring it to the nextmeeting on January 25th, 7pm at the RooseveltRecreation Center.Please join today and make the HCC’s voicestrong in 2010!clean & green teamWith the two largest emitters of carbon dioxidepollution stalling talks at the world ClimateChange Conference in Copenhagen, the tiniestand poorest of nations standby, waiting andhoping for some decisive change that will preventtheir homelands from being swallowed by the seaor drought ravishing their struggling economies.This seems like an apt metaphor for many of ourcommunities and citizens today. As we all waitand hope for the economic recovery to once againgrow jobs, it is every citizen’s responsibilityto look after one another and do their part increating opportunity. Last month’s Clean andGreen update provided great suggestions forhow to reduce your energy consumption. Thisnot only improves your bottom line—it reducesyour overall carbon footprint.In addition to the energy saving actions wetake as individuals, there are actions that weas a community can take part in. Under MayorDixon’s leadership, great strides have beenmade in acting locally and reducing our carbonfootprints by adding trees and reducing theamount of trash that goes to landfills throughstepped up recycling efforts. With that inmind, the mayor and the Department of PublicTHE DIZZIS OPENEVERY DAY!Community Recycling Competition BeginsBy Jay Lazar, Clean & Green Committee ChairWorks have initiated a community recyclingcompetition. The RecycleMORE CommunityTonnage Competition is designed to increaseparticipation in Baltimore’s Single StreamResidential Recycling program. The goals aresimple: increase community partnershipsthat promote a cleaner, greener city; increasehousehold recycling; increase Baltimore’s overallrecycling tonnage; and build pride in your city andcommunity as a clean and healthy place to live.Tonnage monitoring will take place from January1-March 31, and the winning neighborhood willbe announced on April 17th:, the Mayor’s SpringCleanup Day. A clean and healthy communityattracts businesses, which in turn creates jobs.Our community is being given a chance tojumpstart its own economic recovery and create aclean, green, and sustainable Hampden.Continuing on the local theme, the Jones FallsWatershed Association newsletter is reportingbig changes ahead. The JFWA is uniting with theHerring Run, Gwynn Falls, Baltimore Harbor andthe Harbor Riverkeeper organizations to becomea more effective and coordinated advocate forthe city-wide watersheds. The grouped reachedthe conclusion that uniting was the best wayto increase their on the ground impact, have a8 am – 11 am Friday Breakfast8 am – 2 pm Sat & Sun Breakfast10 am – 11 pm Sun-Thurs Lunch/Dinner10 am – Midnight Fri-Sat Lunch/DinnerTHE DIZZ300 West 30th StreetBaltimore, MD 21211Call 443-869-5864www.thedizzbaltimore.comTHE BAR ISOPENUNTIL 2 AMDAILY!greater citizen voice to advocate for clean water,and achieve better organizational sustainability.As the restructuring moves forward, activitiesin the Jones Falls Watershed will continue. TheBaltimore Downspout Disconnection Program, apartnership between the Jones Falls and HerringRun Watershed Associations, Baltimore Countyand the City of Baltimore, began this fall withthe goal of disconnecting 4,000 waterspouts.Disconnecting waterspouts reduces the runoffthat passes through our storm drains into the bay.Runoff that contains nitrogen and phosphorusis returned to the ground where it recharges thegroundwater and filters out nutrients.As a final thought: although the holidays havepassed, it’s never too late to take the opportunityto spruce up your backyard, temporarily storesome of the water you have redirected fromdisconnecting your downspout, and supportlocal merchants by purchasing a rain barrel. Rainbarrels come in many styles, but there’s nothingmore attractive than reusing a wine cask to holdwater for your veggies and flowers. Rain barrelscan be found in Hampden at www.employtherain.com and Mill Valley Garden Center.Have a safe and sustainable New Year.MONDAY NIGHTS50 cent Wings & $1.50 Domestic BottlesWings are eat-in only.Minimum wing order of 10!Come in & join our Open Mic night!


historic hampden happenings • January 2010historic hampden happenings • January 2010 Betty Callahan,the RemarkableWomanBy John BosleyWhen even those of us who are sufferingfinancially will somehow find a way to expressthe spirit of the season by exchanging gifts withfamily and loved ones, we want to pay homage toa Hampden community member for everythingshe does to make life better for the people ofHampden dwellers every day of the year.This remarkable woman is Betty Callahan, longtimemember of the Hampden CommunityCouncil and an active HCC Board Member. Ifyou’ve ever attended a Community Councilmeeting, you’ve seen Betty. She is always seatedin the front row, and it’s a rare meeting whenshe doesn’t speak up on one or more issues! Inaddition to reporting on the activities of the HCCFaith-Based Committee that she chairs, andwhich gathers information about the religiouslife of our neighborhood, you can also see Betty atwork in the back of the meeting room, countingout bundles of this newsletter to be distributedto Hampden homes by community volunteers.Betty provides these services on behalf of theCouncil just because it’s like her to “pitch in.”Additionally, though, Betty has undertaken majorprojects partly or wholly on her own to make lifein our community better. And although Betty isoutspoken at our Council meetings, her non-Council projects are mostly unknown except tothose who benefit from what she does. This storydescribes some of the significant good works thatBetty performs. This is a partial list only; she willstep up to help with other worthwhile projects asthese occur.Betty is a hard-working member of the HCCEducation Committee, and she takes a specialinterest in our elementary-middle school,Hampden School #55. As our newer communitybasedschools, ACCE and Independence,develop closer ties with Hampden, Betty is sureto be working just as hard to help them. Now,all of this is still HCC business, but in additionBetty purchases and donates hundreds of dollarsworth of needed supplies to Hampden School#55 every year as a personal gift. Although shelives on a fixed income, she somehow finds waysto earn money for these supplies. Needless tosay, the children and staff of the school think theworld of her for doing this!Betty is also the key person who keeps ourHampden United Methodist Church Food Pantryoperating and staying afloat. She took over itsleadership when it was disorganized and losingmoney, and her efforts have brought it back tofinancial health and made it more effective asa source of food for those who need help withfeeding their families.Betty is an active, long-time member of theHampden-Woodberry-Remington United Ministry,which is a confederation of church congregationsin these three adjoining neighborhoods. TheMinistry performs outreach and service toBetty purchases and donates hundreds ofdollars worth of needed suppliesto Hampden School #55 every year.Photo by Nathalie Conefamilies, and sponsors a number of other faithbasedcommunity activities.Finally, Betty was a member and verger of theMt. Vernon United Methodist Church, whichwas so badly damaged by fire last summer thatit was decided to close it. Typically, when Bettyrealized that the realtors responsible for sellingthe church property were not working hardenough (in her opinion!) to find a buyer, sheused her Faith-Based Committee column spacein the Hampden Happenings to publish fact thatthe church property is on the market and alsopublished the name and phone number of the“foot-dragging” realtor!Betty’s good works are grounded in a deepreligious faith. It is not proper for a non-religiousperson like me to apply any religious label toanother person, but to me Betty Callahan’s lifehas followed the example of another Marylandwoman, Elizabeth Ann Seton, whose churchelevated to sainthood in part for her tirelessefforts to help and care for the poor in New YorkCity two hundred years ago.This short story about Betty’s contributionsto make Hampden better is not the sort ofpublicity she would ever ask for. I know that shedoes appreciate a private word of appreciationfrom those whose lives she has changed for thebetter—and to me that includes every resident ofHampden. So if you live here please come to thenext Community Council meeting, take time tointroduce yourself and say “Thanks, Betty!” It willlift her spirits—and you’ll feel good about it too! 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historic hampden happenings • January 2010historic hampden happenings • January 2010 religious updateSt. Mary’s Outreach Center Helps Those in NeedBy Betty Callahantreasurer’s chestHomeowner Tax Credit Has Been Extended and ExpandedBy Adam Feuerstein, CPASt. Mary’s deals with seniors. If you are 55 orolder and need help or an answer, call SandySimmons and talk to her: 410.366.3106. You canalso call to make an appointment to update yourMedicare D.If you are 55 or older, come see if you qualify forfood stamps on Januray 11 at 9 am. Guidelineshave been changed to make more people eligible.St. Mary’s Outreach Center is right next to the3838 Roland Avenue apartments. Go to the backof the parking lot and look for the sign that says“Episcopal Housing”. They are down the stepsin the back of the thrift shop.Church UpdatesThere is a for sale sign on the Mount VernonChurch building with the realtor’s name andphone number listed. There have been severalinquiries. No one can say that the neighborsare not interested...one gal called to tell me thedoor was open and the gate lock on the ground. Iasked her to call into the building and see if shecould get a response. When she did Photo not by get ??? ananswer, I asked her to close the door and lockthe gate. She did. It seems I had the realtors andprospective buyers closed in! Still, I say thankyou to the neighbor and told the men they needan occupied sign for the door.Hampden Church has started a new day serviceon Wednesday evenings at 7 pm at Emmanuel’sRock. It was felt a midweek service would bebeneficial. All are welcome.I have been told St. Thomas Aquinas had amarvelous bazaar. They always have greatbazaars, dinners and flea markets. I understandthey also have BINGO on a regular basis. Anyonewho is interested should call to find the date oftheir next event. Enjoy some fun and games!Thanks goes out to the Village Church. Theyhave been a great help to the Hampden FoodPantry. They stop by with many great items forour clients and are always welcome. For thosewho do not know, the Hampden Food Pantryis located in Hampden UMChurch. We are 25years old and still doing a good job of helpingthose in need. There is a community serviceoffice connected to the Pantry that helps withemergencies. Sometimes it is a cutoff notice forBGE or a prescription that is needed. We havehelped with supplies for people in need, IDcards, referrals for things we are not equipped tohandle, and other things that a client considersan emergency. We have free clothing on the dayclients come for food, we give holiday packetsand try to keep the cupboards stocked. We nowhave over 500 regular clients. Considering wedeal with zip codes 21211 and 21209 only, this isa lot of people. I say I feel like a cross betweenMother Hubbard and Mother Hen. Fundingcomes from Christian Fellowship members (allthe churches), donations and grants. GIANTFoods has been a long time contributor as well.We can always use volunteers, food or money. Ifyou wish to make a donation to the Food Pantry,please contact me at 410.889.8549 or by email atelizabethcallahan@verizon.net.If your church is doing something different, funor unusual, share the news! Call me and I will behappy to pass it along: 410.889.8549.You may be aware that The American Recoveryand Reinvestment Act of 2009 expanded the firsttimehomebuyer credit by increasing the creditamount to $8,000 for purchases made beforeNovember 30, 2009 and that the credit no longerneeded to be paid back (See Treasurer’s ChestJuly 2009 Issue). This valuable credit helped spurhome sales across the country. According to theNational Association of Realtors®, as of October2009, pending home sales have risen for ninemonths in a row. Many were fearful of what laidahead with the credit set to expire.On November 6th, a new law went into effectextending the first-time homebuyer creditfive months and it expanded the eligibilityrequirements for purchasers. The Worker,Homeownership, and Business Assistance Actof 2009 extended the deadline for qualifyinghome purchases from Nov. 30, 2009, to April30, 2010. Additionally, if a buyer enters into abinding contract by April 30, 2010, the buyerhas until June 30, 2010 to settle on the purchase.The maximum credit amount remains at $8,000for a first-time homebuyer—that is, a buyer whohas not owned a primary residence during thethree years up to the date of purchase.For all qualifying purchases in 2010, taxpayershave the option of claiming the credit on eithertheir 2009 or 2010 tax returns.A taxpayer who purchases a home after Nov. 6must use this new version of Form 5405 to claimthe credit. Likewise, taxpayers claiming thecredit on their 2009 returns, no matter whenthe house was purchased, must also use the newversion of Form 5405. Taxpayers who claim thecredit on their 2009 tax return will not be ableto file electronically but instead will need to filea paper return.A taxpayer who purchased a home on or beforeNov. 6 and chooses to claim the credit on anoriginal or amended 2008 return may continueto use the current version of Form 5405.The new law raises the income limits for people whopurchase homes after Nov. 6. The full credit will beavailable to taxpayers with modified adjusted grossincomes (MAGI) up to $125,000, or $225,000 forjoint filers. Those with MAGI between $125,000and $145,000, or $225,000 and $245,000 for jointfilers, are eligible for a reduced credit. Those withhigher incomes do not qualify.ZissimosBar1023 West 36th Street in HampdenCall 410-467-4707A Hampden Tradition for More Than 50 YearsThe new law also provides a “long-time resident”credit of up to $6,500 to others who do notqualify as “first-time homebuyers.” To qualifythis way, a buyer must have owned and used thesame home as a principal or primary residencefor at least five consecutive years of the eightyearperiod ending on the date of purchase of anew home as a primary residence.Dependents are not eligible to claim the credit,you must be over 18 on the date of the purchase toclaim the credit and the credit is not available ifthe purchase price of the home is over $800,000Members of the Armed Forces and certainfederal employees serving outside the U.S. havean extra year to buy a principal residence in theU.S. and still qualify for the credit. An eligibletaxpayer must buy or enter into a bindingcontract to buy a home by April 30, 2011, andsettle on the purchase by June 30, 2011.Photo by Nathalie ConeDon’t miss out on your chance to receive thisvaluable credit on your first time home purchase.That will sure help with those closing costs. Pleasesee your tax advisor for full details concerningthis credit. You can also visit http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=215791,00.htmlfor more information.Newly Renovated 2nd Floor!Now Open Fri. & Sat. 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historic hampden happenings • January 2010historic hampden happenings • January 2010 Announcements From the Hampden Family CenterBy Elisa GhingerNews from the Roosevelt Park Rec CouncilBy Judi AtkinsonPhoto by Nathalie ConeThe Family Center is very grateful to theHampden community for their generosity andsupport over the holidays. A heartfelt thank youto all the individuals and businesses who donatedchildren’s toys for the Annual Christmas Partyand to those who participated in the ChristmasAngel program. We could not have done itwithout you! Your generosity and thoughtfulnesstouched many children and made for a veryMerry Christmas. The outpouring of generositywas ovewhelmiming and the Family Center isvery grateful to you for helping us to make theholidays bright!Our Christmas Party was a tremendous successthanks to our many volunteers and those whodonated goods and services. Special thanksto First Floor Graphics, Geoff Harris, TheBaltimore Orioles, David Wells and The WineSource, UTZ Potato Chips, Jim Sandusky and theBoy’s Latin Ice Hockey Team, St. David’s Churchyouth, The Kemp Family and The Larks.The Family Center is pleased to announce thearrival of a new program, EarnBenefits, to theCenter. The EarnBenefits program is designedto help you receive benefits that can free up yourmoney to handle other bills and costs. Througha quick screening, EarnBenefits can tell youwhat benefits you qualify for and provide helpapplying. You can be screened for Food Stamps,WIC, Medicaid, Child Care Subsidies, TelephoneBill Assistance and many others. If you wantto see what benefits you may qualify for andreceive help applying without having to wait atcrowded agencies, please stop by the HampdenFamily Center and speak to Brianne Phillips orcall her to make an appointment: 410.467.8710ext. 106.Wishing you all a Happy New Year!Photo by Nathalie ConeThe Rec Council has had a good year at theRoosevelt Park Recreation Center. We have hadsuccessful Quarter Auctions and two Flea Marketsto raise funds to support the programming atthe Rec Center, and we finished the year witha bang! The Christmas Party for the childrenHampden, Woodberry, Medfield, Remington,and surrounding areas fed 200 children thatwere also entertained by Uncle Pete. Along withgetting their picture taken with Santa, they alsoreceived a gift. This was all made possible by thejoint efforts of the Roosevelt Park Rec Council,the Midtown Kiwanis, and many local groupsand businesses.On Saturday, January 9, 2010, the Indoor Soccerseason at the Roosevelt Park Recreation Centerwill kick off with a bang! All the children thatparticipate in the indoor soccer program willbe playing that day. There will be some specialactivities that day that will include a rafflefor a Wii system, team photos, promotionalgiveaways, and other special events. The daykicks off at 10:00 am and will run until 4:00 pm.There will be food available for purchase alongwith sweatshirts and tee shirts. The RooseveltPark Recreation Center will also have openhouse that day so that visitors can come and seewhat the recreation center has to offer. So swingby the center on that date, support the children,and check out the programs that you may be ableto take advantage of at the center. See you onJanuary 9th!The Quarter Auctions will resume on February 5,2010 and will take place on March 5th, April 9th,and May 7th. Save your quarters and come downto support the rec center on any of those dates!Judi AtkinsonFamily Support Services ProgramKennedy Krieger Institute7000 Tudsbury RoadBaltimore, MD 21244(410) 298-3947LIKE NEW REPAIRBaltimore, MD 21217443-829-4442Appliance RepairsCommercial and ResidentialOver 40 years experienceSenior Citizen DiscountWashersDryersRefrigeratorsStovesAir ConditionersBeer CoolersWalk-insDeli BoxesIce MachinesTHINKINGOF SELLING?Let this HAMPDEN RESIDENTagent assist you with your sale.Call today for yourfree market analysis.loving living in Hampden since 1999!Long and Foster Canton2400 Boston Street Suite 124Baltimore, Maryland 21224Joy Sushinsky410.675.1244 office443.622.7323 celljoy.sushinsky@longandfoster.comDavid’s Restaurant & Deli3626-A Falls Road in HampdenCall 410-662-7779GREAT BREAKFASTS 7 DAYS A WEEK!GOURMET DINNERS • DELI SANDWICHES& HOMEMADE SOUPS FOR LUNCHHOURS: OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 8 AM TO 8 PMDelivery hours: Monday through Friday 11 am - 3 pmCatering available (up to 200 people). Food plates made and delivered. Call for details.Email David’s online at davidsrestaurantanddeli@yahoo.comDimitri’s TavernDimitri’s Tavern3820 Falls RoadBaltimore 21211Call 410-889-9545“Where Good Friends Meet”Since 1973• Friendly tavernatmosphere!• Voted No. 1karaoke bar inBaltimore by theCity Paper• Package goods• Open seven days


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