Members of the Order and volunteers served dinner to about 50 guests of the Fisher Houses on the campus of Walter Reed. A dinner of Honey Baked Ham, potato salad, 3 bean salad, bread and dessert was served. Those serving were Lisa Charles, Anne Blum, Clint Fisher, Fran Swanson, Bennett Solberg, Fran Swanson's with granddaughter Sarah Peugnet El Assi, Joan Glasgow, John Dombrowski, Barbara Knollmann and Robert Powers. To volunteer contact Robert Powers here.read more
Hospitaller Region - Montgomery County, MD
Rev. James Greenfield, OSFS,President of DeSales University, will be our Retreat Director. The retreat will be held at the William F. Bolger Center in Potomac, MD and will begin on Saturday, February 16 at 7:30am and conclude with Mass at 3pm on Sunday, February 17th.
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Project SHARE - Food distribution center. Twice monthly distribution days. Contact: Bob Branand
Wounded Warrior Dinners – Monthly dinner provided to Wounded Warriors and their family members at Fisher House IV - on the Walter Reed Campus. Contact: Robert Powers
Sibley Hospital - Volunteers needed to take Eucharist to Sibley on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Contact: Fra' James - Michael von Stroebel.
St. Ann's Center - Five times a year we host parties for the young mothers and their children who reside at the Center. Contact Tricia Lloyd for details.
Gift of Peace - Contact Shep Abell to volunteer.
Malta House - Contact Christina Silvers to volunteer.
Navy Medical Center/Walter Reed/ Ft. Belvoir and Ft. Meade - Contact Larry Demaree for more information on events and how to volunteer.
Archbishop Carroll - We are starting a new program at the High School with its new principal. Please contact Dorothy Dorothy Zolandz if you are interested.
Auxiliary - Christopher Murphy is leading our young professionals. To contact Chris, please email DMVmaltaAuxiliary@gmail.com.
St. Maria's Meals - A hot meal is served every fourth Tuesday of the month at the Catholic Charities Mona Center, Camp Springs, MD from 4:30 to 7pm. Contact Michael Schreyer to volunteer.
Any questions about how to get involved with any of these opportunities should be directed to the Regional Co-Hospitallers, Joan & Chip Glasgow.
Barbara Knollman Ritschel
In 2004 it was decided to split the very large Washington metropolitan area into two smaller regions: Washington, DC and Montgomery County, Maryland.