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March 5, 2012

South Cumberland Business & Civic Association to Hear Interfaith Housing Alliance Talk

Cumberland Times-News
March 5, 2012

South Cumberland Business & Civic Association to Hear Interfaith Housing Alliance Talk

CUMBERLAND – The South Cumberland Business & Civic Association will hold a dinner meeting March 13 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the cafeteria at the former Memorial Hospital.

A presentation will be given by Travis Hardmon, Vice President of Development & Community Relations for Interfaith Housing Alliance.

For 20 years, the organization has been strengthening communities by providing affordable housing opportunities and supportive services to improve the quality of life and economic stability for seniors, working families and individuals.

The group created more than 1,100 affordable housing units, invested more than $150 million in Maryland and Pennsylvania, and received more than 30 awards of excellence for accomplishments.

In Cumberland, the group will be managing the Penn Avenue Townhomes project being built at the former Penn Avenue school site and has been managing Washington Ridge Apartments in Frostburg.

Hardmon will be joined by Carol Riggles, Development Associate, and Patti Penn, Property Manager. More information about the organization is available at www.interfaithhousing.org.

The South Cumberland Business & Civic Association is accepting new members. There is a cost for the dinner that is catered by Olive Branch Catering. For reservations call Rosella Chalkley at 301-722-8553.

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