Monday, February 20, 2017

Highlandtown Train Garden Get Together

On Saturday, February 11, 2017 the Train Garden volunteers met at Pasticcio's Restaurant to celebrate the success of the 2016-2017 Highlandtown Train Garden. The names of those who attended are listed below in alphabetical order. Also attending were Bernie and Roberta Diesel who volunteered at the Train Garden for the first six years. The Diesels now live in Elkton MD.

Doug and Joan Campbell
Scott Eggleston
Carol Hartke
 George Lambillotte
Terry and Ellen Maillar
Joe Manfre
Dennis Moore
Amanda and Scott Peters
Jean Pula
Chris Ryer















Sunday, January 8, 2017

The Results Are In

This year the Highlandtown Train Garden had 58 sponsors, $4,696.29 in donations and raffle, and 4,566 visitors which include 970 students from the nearby schools. Hope you were able to visit the Train Garden this year. See you on November 25, 2017 for the ninth year of the Highlandtown Train Garden. A big thanks to the firefighters at Engine House, the Southeast Community Development Corporation especially Chris Ryer and Amanda Smit-Peters, Pompei Catholic Church and the following volunteers - Terry Maillar, Ellen Maillar, Ted Baccala, Scott Eggleston, Doug and Joan Campbell, Carol Hartke, George Lambillotte, Frank Bratkowski, Virginia Green, Sandy Sales, and Joe Manfre.

The Highlandtown Train Garden Raffle Winners and Their Chosen Prizes

On Saturday, January 7, 2017 the winners of the raffle returned to Engine House # 41 to pick up their prizes. Pictured below are the winners: Anna Glezina (on the left) - Train Set, Mike Whitehead - Orioles Basket, Russ Tenhoff - Ravens Basket, and Joanne Rukowicz - Goetze Basket. Congratulations to all!