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firetruckKnollwood Community Shows Appreciation For Our First Responders

On Thanksgiving, many of our residents worked together to fund, prepare and provide a holiday meal for our first responders at Precinct Six and Firestation One. The original effort, started by our own Patricia Anderson, was expanded this year to include the brave men and women of the BCPD. It’s a new tradition that shows Knollwood is Towson’s “community with heart” and that we will be supporting our first responders for years to come.



Knollwood Community Provides Holiday Meal To ARC Residents

This evening, I joined with other Knollwood residents to purchase and deliver a Holiday meal to our ARC group homes located on Knollwood Rd.

Mr. Cory Holland, from Towson University’s Office of Civic Responsibility was also part of the effort and will work with us in the spring to provide light gardening clean up for both houses.

Working with TU to build a positive environment for Knollwood’s most vulnerable residents is another way we are showing that we are Towson’s “community with heart.”

Thank you to all the Knollwood residents who helped fund this effort. The response was so overwhelming that we will be able to   purchase two welcoming hanging plants ( one for each home) in the spring.


catowsonThe Towson Healthy Hearts 5K Run/Walk 2018 Announces Its First Corporate Sponsorship

We are proud to announce that our first corporate sponsor for the 2018 event is Community Acupuncture of Towson. This announcement is extra special for us because Community Acupuncture is owned by Knollwood entrepreneur, Patricia Lott. She is one of our community’s growing number of young entrepreneurs who are helping to drive Towson’s economic renaissance.



veteransKnollwood Community Remembers America’s Veterans

Due to the Knollwood community’s amazing generosity, we were able to purchase 5 wreaths in support of Wreaths Across America. This is a national effort to place wreaths on veterans grave’s during the Holiday season.

This afternoon, we were honored to join Knollwood resident, Bob Clancy, to place wreaths on veterans graves at Dulaney Valley Memorial. Bob is a  22-year Navy veteran who served during the Vietnam War.

Thank you goes out to Mr. Clancy for his service and to all the Knollwood residents who contributed to funding this cause.