Health Freedom Walk
Saturday, June 10th, 9am Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park
Relay for Life 2017
Saturday, June 10th, 2pm Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring, MD
Community Impact Day
1908 Playground Project
was Saturday, May 20th
Our 2017 Annual Scholarship Fashion Show Luncheon
"Pink Petals and Pearls" was April 15th
...it was a SUCCESS,
a BLAST and FABULOUS!
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Begin your journey to wellness! Join the African American Health Program (AAHP) for the Health Freedom Celebration Walk!
This 3.75-mile adventure promotes increased physical activity while making creative use of Maryland’s integral role in the Underground Railroad. Participants walk a path similar to the historical route traveled by slaves in their quest for freedom, and, in turn, become motivated to achieve their own freedom from the bondage of poor health.
Registration includes admission to the new Woodlawn Museum in the historic stone barn. Interactive exhibits highlight the Underground Railroad and the Quaker experience in Montgomery County revealed through the lives of Woodlawn’s residents and the local free black communities. The Health Freedom Celebration Walk will also feature musical entertainment, free health information, and fun for the entire family.
Bring your family and friends on at Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park! Warm-up and welcome begin at ; the walk begins at 9.
Save the Date May 6th - Montgomery County GreenFest. Xi Sigma Omega Chapter is an Outreach Ambassador for this event, so please spread the word to all of your networks.
Click on the NBC4 Picture to see the broadcast!
Congratulations to our chapter member, Pam Queen, as she was sworn into the Maryland House of Delegates! Pam has dedicated her life to service and this is just another example of her commitment. She will be working hard on the Judiciary Committee along with her other legislative responsibilities. We are so proud of her!