Harbor City Chapter of The Links, Incorporated
Harbor City Chapter of The Links, Incorporated
Baltimore, Maryland































































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​S.T.E.M. Career Expo
Paul Laurence Dunbar High School



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On September 16, 2016​​,
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 ​Dreamers and Achievers at

​​Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy
Visited 
the STEM Expo at the
​Aberdeen Proving Grounds

Announcing the Annual
 Spirit of the Triple Crown​
​Sunday,​ April 30, 2017


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National Trends and Services Facet​​
Legislative Youth Day in Annapolis
Saturday, February 4, 2017
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The 2016 Black Engineer of the Year STEM Global Competiveness​​ ​​​Co​​nference Pre-College Program








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​Elizabeth Williams
​Chapter President
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​Health and Human Services Facet

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Pumps on the Hill​ - May 23, 2017


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2016 Event Sponsors
Robert E. ​Meyerhoff
The Honorable Kurt L. Schmoke

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Senator Nathaniel Exum Youth Legislative Day

Students across the State of Maryland,
​including the Dreamers and Achievers from
​Vivian T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy,
​were ​presented the history of the Legislative
​Black Caucus of Maryland. Also, they participated
in a mock process through which an idea or​ concept becomes ​law in Maryland. ​​ 
A Baltimore Legacy - 2/13/17


​​The City Schools' headquarters is named in honor of Alice G. Pinderhughes, Link Alice Pinderhughes' mother, who became the city’s first female superintendent in 1983. Her mother's motto was “Individual success: Every child can succeed.” 

Link Alice stated, “My mother always tried to see what my kids were doing in schools compared to what was going on in the school system,
​“She would talk about her goals making sure teachers were trained.”

The Pinderhughes’ family legacy runs deep in the city, which includes a school that still bears the name of William Pinderhughes, the husband of the former school superintendent who also held down a top spot in the administration. Link Alice reflected, “My dad was up for superintendent but didn't get the appointment and then my mother was able to get that position.  ​Once my dad died in 1972, my mother just sailed with promotions.” ​Superintendent Alice Pinderhughes remained in the position until 1988. She passed in 1995 at the age of 74.

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"Be the Match" Bone Marrow Drive



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DONOR​ DRIVE
​March 15, 2017
10am - 4pm​

Coppin State University
Talon Center
2500 West North Avenue​
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​​Sponsored by
Harbor City Chapter​ of the Links, Incorporated
Thank you for your support!
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