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Bon Secours, Kaiser Permanente celebrate holiday season with Future Baltimore

Alma Roberts, a senior program manager with Kaiser Permanente, addresses the crowd at The Center Club at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

Alma Roberts, a senior program manager with Kaiser Permanente, addresses the crowd at The Center Club at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young, left, and District 5 Baltimore City Council member Isaac “Yitzi” Shleifer, right, snaps a photo with Shelley Zimmerman, the chief of staff to Councilman Shleifer, at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young, left, and District 5 Baltimore City Councilman Isaac “Yitzi” Schleifer, right, snaps a photo with Shelley Zimmerman, the chief of staff to Schleifer, at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

From left, Calvin Butler, the CEO of BGE; Julie Mercer, the vice president of philanthropy and development with Bon Secours Baltimore Health System Inc.; Harrison Boyd, the vice president and chief operating officer with ADC Management Solutions; and Chris Duncan, a manager-real estate with BGE, attended the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

From left, Calvin Butler, the CEO of BGE; Julie Mercer, the vice president of philanthropy and development with Bon Secours Baltimore Health System Inc.; Harrison Boyd, the vice president and chief operating officer with ADC Management Solutions; and Chris Duncan, a manager-real estate with BGE, attended the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

From left, Colin Smith, a special projects liason with Bon Secours Health System; Marci Hunn, a program director in workforce development with the Harry & Jeannette Weinberg Foundation; and Talib Horne, the executive director of Bon Secours Communty Works, enjoy the evening at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

From left, Colin Smith, a special projects liason with Bon Secours Health System; Marci Hunn, a program director in workforce development with the Harry & Jeannette Weinberg Foundation; and Talib Horne, the executive director of Bon Secours Communty Works, enjoy the evening at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

Allen Tien, left, the president and director of applied research with Medical Decision Logic Inc., enjoys a conversation with Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, a director in stakeholder relations with Kaiser Permanente, at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

Allen Tien, left, the president and director of applied research with Medical Decision Logic Inc., enjoys a conversation with Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, a director in stakeholder relations with Kaiser Permanente, at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses partygoers with Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young, left, Samuel L. Ross, M.D., the CEO of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System; and Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, a director in stakeholder relations with Kaiser Permanente, at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses partygoers with Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young, left, Samuel L. Ross, M.D., the CEO of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System; and Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, a director in stakeholder relations with Kaiser Permanente, at the Future Baltimore holiday party. (Photo by Sharon Redmond)

More than 60 local leaders gathered at The Center Club Dec. 13 to ring in the holiday season with key stakeholders of Future Baltimore, a flagship partnership between Bon Secours and Kaiser Permanente.

Attendees, including Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, were celebrating the creation of this initiative several months ago as a first step in addressing the needs of three of west Baltimore’s most vulnerable neighborhoods in ZIP code 21223.

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