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Tim Bailey Named 2016 Can Do Winner

Tim Bailey received the Samuel A. Tucker Memorial Can Do Award at Hoodstock on October 22.  Tim currently resides in one of our residential homes and attends our Crossroads Day Center, where he is a member of the Community Learning Services team.  Tim came to Unified in 2005 during a very difficult time in his… Continue Reading

Hoodstock XIII Sets New Record

Hoodstock XIII, Unified’s family-friendly music festival, where guests wear jeans and tie-dye and enjoy live music from the 1960s and ’70s, was held on Saturday, October 22 at the American Visionary Art Museum.  Hoodstock began in 2004 as a neighborhood event and has since grown into a major fundraiser for Unified with 400 people attending… Continue Reading

Another Record Breaking Golf Classic

11th ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISES MORE THAN $78,000 FOR UNIFIED Unified Community Connections 11th Annual Golf Classic, presented by Dimensional Health Care Associates, was held on Friday, April 15, at the Elkridge Club in Baltimore raising more than $78,600 for Unified’s programs and services that support children and adults with disabilities.  Co-chaired by Jeff & Julie Bainbridge,… Continue Reading

Mark Keats Winner of 2015 Samuel A. Tucker Memorial “Can Do” Award

Mark Keats Winner of 2015 Samuel A. Tucker Memorial “Can Do” Award Oct 5, 2015 Mark Keats, a participant in Unified Community Connection’s Supported Employment Program in Hagerstown, was award the 2015 Samuel A. Tucker Memorial “Can Do” Award on Saturday, October 3 by Baltimore Raven and Unified board member, O.J. Brigance, and his wife Chanda.… Continue Reading

Unified Names Penny Lynch Board Chair

Unified Names Penny Lynch Board Chair Mar 28, 2016 Unified Community Connections, a nonprofit agency serving children and adults with disabilities throughout Maryland, named Penny Lynch chair of the board. Professionally, she chairs the special education department at Francis Scott Key High School in Union Bridge, Maryland. Lynch joined the Unified Community Connections board in… Continue Reading