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(Left) Officials cut the ribbon opening Ellie’s Garden at The Baltimore Station (Left to right) Kim Callari, director, Development and Communications, The Baltimore Station; Christie Walsh-Myers, president, The Baltimore Station Board of Directors; Melissa Smith, supporter of The Baltimore Station; John Friedel, executive director, The Baltimore Station; and Todd Troester, Community Outreach & Food Services Manager, The Baltimore Station. (Right) Plaque in commemoration of "Ellie's Garden," a green space for local residents and homeless veterans from The Baltimore Station in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood in West Baltimore.

(Left) Officials cut the ribbon opening Ellie’s Garden at The Baltimore Station (Left to right) Kim Callari, director, Development and Communications, The Baltimore Station; Christie Walsh-Myers, president, The Baltimore Station Board of Directors; Melissa Smith, supporter of The Baltimore Station; John Friedel, executive director, The Baltimore Station; and Todd Troester, Community Outreach & Food Services Manager, The Baltimore Station. (Right) Plaque in commemoration of "Ellie's Garden," a green space for local residents and homeless veterans from The Baltimore Station in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood in West Baltimore.

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The Baltimore Station Celebrates Opening Of Community Garden In Sandtown-Winchester

On Tuesday, June 4, 2019, officials and residents of The Baltimore Station, community partners and benefactors gathered to celebrate the opening a community garden in Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood in West Baltimore.