Myerberg Spring Art Show Soars

July 7, 2023

The Edward A. Myerberg Center’s biannual art show on June 22 featured over 100 original works, showcasing the talent of more than 60 artists—both Center members and their instructors. The excitement at the event was palpable. More than 100 guests, including community members, the artists, and their families and friends, were treated to a spread... Read More

CHAI’s Teacher Appreciation Breakfasts Fuels Bodies and Souls

July 7, 2023

As the 2022-23 school year neared its end, CHAI organized Teacher Appreciation Breakfasts for the teachers at Pikeville’s public schools. Made possible by a generous grant from The Gordon Trust, the breakfasts recognize the teachers’ hard work and dedication throughout the academic year, providing another layer of support in creating positive school communities. Principals and... Read More

Community-led Project Enhances NW Baltimore and Beyond

June 9, 2023

This spring, with the support of Northwest Baltimore Partnership’s (NWBP) Spruce-up Program funded through a Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative grant, Cylburn Arboretum Friends (CAF) acquired six picnic tables for the Cylburn Arboretum. The Green Cadets, a local youth training group, came together on a beautiful day in May to assemble the tables just in time... Read More

Reflections on Myerberg’s FY 2023

June 9, 2023

Thank you to all the members of our community who joined us for the Edward A. Myerberg Center Annual Meeting on June 7, a wonderful opportunity to come together and reflect on the extraordinary events, programs, and individuals that contributed to the success of FY 2023. We celebrated the accomplishments of the Myerberg professional team... Read More

CHAI’s Annie Shimanovich Recognized by Na’aleh

June 8, 2023

We are delighted to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Anne Shimanovich, CHAI’s Aging in Community Program Director for receiving the Outstanding Jewish Communal Professional Award at Na’aleh’s annual awards ceremony held on June 6. This well-deserved award reflects Annie’s dedication, steadfast commitment to serving older adults and meaningful contributions to key community programs such as... Read More

CHAI and Myerberg Welcome Ilysa Cohen and Reese Beyers

June 7, 2023

We are thrilled to announce that on April 1 Ilysa Cohen became an official member of the Edward A. Myerberg Center staff. For years, Ilysa has been dedicated to serving older adults through her service as an NNC volunteer and leader. In her new role as Wellness and Engagement Coordinator, Ilysa brings her passion and... Read More

A Warm Welcome Home at Weinberg Place

May 16, 2023

Spirits are high as residents continue to return to their beautifully renovated apartments in the north tower of Weinberg Place, CHAI’s 227-unit senior building. To lend to the festive atmosphere, in April, our general contractor, Harkins Builders, hosted a welcome home event where project leads rolled up their sleeves and served a catered lunch to... Read More

Community Gathers to Commemorate Yom HaShoah

May 15, 2023

Members of Northwest Neighbors Connecting (NNC) planned and held a community event commemorating Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day. On Tuesday April 18, NNC welcomed over 35 guests to the Edward A. Myerberg Center to hear deeply touching first-hand accounts from three Holocaust survivors, after which the Iris Music Project performed meaningful musical selections including... Read More

Celebrating Investment in Park Heights

May 15, 2023

CHAI hosted community members and neighborhood stakeholders at a groundbreaking ceremony on May 8 for Woodland Gardens I, a 63-unit family rental property that will provide connected and affordable living for northwest Baltimore residents. The ceremony was held on the Woodland Gardens campus, offering the opportunity to showcase CHAI’s Woodland Gardens II, an affordable senior... Read More

Resurgence of a Vibrant Park Heights

May 11, 2023

As the 2023 Preakness Stakes approaches, the excitement around the revitalization of Park Heights is palpable. The synergy of multiple redevelopment projects clearly signals the renewal of Park Heights after decades of disinvestment. From CHAI’s development of the multi-generational Woodland Gardens campus and Weinberg Place renovation to projects funded through the Northwest Baltimore Partnership like... Read More