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MMHA golf outing raises $10K for Baltimore homeless veterans

Tri-County Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc.’s Rebecca Drayer, left, and Gianna Pappaterra get ready for the golfers during the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Tri-County Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc.’s Rebecca Drayer, left, and Gianna Pappaterra get ready for the golfers during the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, The Baltimore Station’s Volunteer Service Manager Todd Troester, Clinical Director Arlene Hackbarth and Director of Development and Communications Kim Callari take a ride around the Mountain Branch Golf Club. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, The Baltimore Station’s Volunteer Service Manager Todd Troester, Clinical Director Arlene Hackbarth and Director of Development and Communications Kim Callari take a ride around the Mountain Branch Golf Club. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Mike Crampton, director of maintenance services with Habitat America LLC; Donna Boesel, CEO of Walter Electric; and Mike Stark, regional property manager with Home Properties, enjoy their time on the course. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Mike Crampton, director of maintenance services with Habitat America LLC; Donna Boesel, CEO of Walter Electric; and Mike Stark, regional property manager with Home Properties, enjoy their time on the course. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Jim Krout, director of construction with Atlantic Realty Group; Jim Fasano and John Moran Jr. of Moran’s Elite Termite & Pest Management; and Steve Goodley, of Scuba Steve Diving Service, participated in the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Jim Krout, director of construction with Atlantic Realty Group; Jim Fasano and John Moran Jr. of Moran’s Elite Termite & Pest Management; and Steve Goodley, of Scuba Steve Diving Service, participated in the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Dave Slough, of Carpet & Wood Floor Liquidators; Tammy Baczynskyj, of VSC Fire & Security;  Keisha Warrick, of Home Properties; and Bob Nichols, Carpet & Wood Floor Liquidators, enjoyed a day on the course during the golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Dave Slough, of Carpet & Wood Floor Liquidators; Tammy Baczynskyj, of VSC Fire & Security; Keisha Warrick, of Home Properties; and Bob Nichols, Carpet & Wood Floor Liquidators, enjoyed a day on the course during the golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Jake Rinnier, left, and Dennis Dietz, colleagues at Apartment Services Inc., took part in the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Jake Rinnier, left, and Dennis Dietz, colleagues at Apartment Services Inc., took part in the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Reliable Roofing’s Scott Chrismer, Justin Fleming and Cammy Barnett helped hand out fruit and water to golfers. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

From left, Reliable Roofing’s Scott Chrismer, Justin Fleming and Cammy Barnett helped hand out fruit and water to golfers. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Robbie Kane, Ellen Promisloff and Erika Beech from SI Restoration work at a beverage station. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Robbie Kane, Ellen Promisloff and Erika Beech from SI Restoration work at a beverage station. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Walter Electric’s Lisa Rine, left, and Hindy Abramson of Atlantic Mechanical help out at a prize table. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Walter Electric’s Lisa Rine, left, and Hindy Abramson of Atlantic Mechanical help out at a prize table. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Lori Crook, far left, director of programs and special events with the Maryland Multi-Housing Association; John Friedel, executive director of The Baltimore Station; Mike Stark and Keisha Warrick from Home Properties; and Todd Troester, volunteer service manager with The Baltimore Station, joined with several station residents for the presentation of a $10,000 check from proceeds of the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

Lori Crook, far left, director of programs and special events with the Maryland Multi-Housing Association; John Friedel, executive director of The Baltimore Station; Mike Stark and Keisha Warrick from Home Properties; and Todd Troester, volunteer service manager with The Baltimore Station, joined with several station residents for the presentation of a $10,000 check from proceeds of the Maryland Multi-Housing Association’s 21st annual golf tournament. (Photo by Giovanni Medoro, MMHA)

The Maryland Multi-Housing Association hit the links June 7 at Mountain Branch Golf Club in Joppa for its 21st annual golf tournament and raised $10,000 for The Baltimore Station, a residential treatment program supporting veterans and others transitioning from homelessness and substance use to self-sufficiency.

The outing brought together MMHA’s member businesses and organizations, as well as residents from the communities they serve. Attendees enjoyed delicious food, cocktails, raffles and 18 holes of golf as 144 golfers enjoyed a round on beautiful fairways.

MMHA was the The Baltimore Station’s first “Friend of The Station,” an honor that recognizes individual donors, businesses and other partners that have committed the highest level of financial support. MMHA serves as a sponsor of The Baltimore Station’s two largest fundraising events — Homerun for Recovery and Stars, Stripes & Chow Chili Cookoff Edition — and volunteers at a variety of activities throughout the year.

Both MMHA’s staff and its members, which include many of Maryland’s residential housing providers (apartment communities) and companies that supply goods and services to the multi-housing industry, routinely get involved at The Baltimore Station to help serve meals, provide maintenance services, and seek out job training and placement opportunities for the veterans and other residents.

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