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Halloween’s Haunting Stigmas

Haunting Stigmas   The unknown is terrifying. Like a black abyss, waiting to produce our biggest nightmares. As humans, we seek out the familiar and avoid the mysterious to keep our lives more safe and secure. Halloween is the time of year we delve into those...

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Where Does the Money Go?

Crab Feast: Where Does the Money Go? Where Does the Money Go? What another great year! Thank you to everyone in the community who made this year’s Crab Feast amazing, especially the volunteers and sponsors (see complete list below). Check out our Facebook page soon...

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Employee Spotlight: David Adashek

Employee Spotlight: David Adashek's Swing Dancing David Adashek's Swing Dancing If you stick around long enough, you’ll notice a lot of fads come back. Overalls. Madonna. Plaid. But one of the biggest old-timey traditions to return to the mainstream is swing dancing....

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Keeping Cool

Keeping Cool Keeping Cool This Summer This month has seen skyrocketing temperatures and the rest of the summer is no different. Next week is expected to hover around 90° F and next weekend will ramp up to the high 90s. For those without housing and air conditioning,...

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Personal Reflections

Personal Reflections Our Employees Open Up   Why are you in this field?   DANA: I am in this field because both of my parents work in this field; growing up I was subjected to a variety of populations that were different than myself. I was raised to believe...

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May Matters

May Matters May is Mental Health Month   Mental health affects everyone. Many of you experience your own struggle with stress, anxiety, and depression, and all of you at least know someone who has. In fact, about 20% of all US adults experience mental illness....

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Community Spotlight: Light House Bistro

Community Spotlight: Light House Bistro Dishing Out Hope In 1989, Annapolis’s major homeless shelter - the Christian Workers Soup Kitchen - burned to the ground. Amidst the flames and tragedy, a huge gap in homeless housing and care arose. As a result,local churches...

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Mental Health Care in Crisis

Mental Health Care in Crisis Keeping the Door Open   In the 1930s - less than ninety years ago - most severe mental illnesses were treated with electroshock therapy and lobotomies. Since then, scientists and providers have advanced beyond those methods to develop...

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Community Spotlight: Weis Markets

Community Spotlight: Weis Markets Celebrating an Exceptional Employer   You may know there are over 200 Weis Markets throughout New England, employing over 19,000 associates. You might also know it’s a growing brand, associated with quality products and...

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A Year in Review: 2016

Year in Review: 2016 A Year in Review There’s no doubt that 2016 was a year of change. Here at Partnership Development Group, we’re celebrating another year of great consumers, committed employees, and ever-expanding services. In fact, over the past year our services...

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