Every year, I organize a free community picnic on the first Sunday after Memorial Day weekend – we have bbq, ice cream, face painting, and bring out many of the great non-profits in our City doing awesome work. I started this tradition in 2015 after the unrest in Baltimore: I wanted to provide a way to break down the invisible walls around our neighborhoods, build community, and just give back to the City and communities that have given me the opportunity to represent them in the Legislature.
Yesterday’s event was the biggest so far, and it was really a wonderful day meeting new people, seeing old friends, and enjoying a wonderful Baltimore asset: Patterson Park. Thank you to EVERYONE who came out! Check out the photos HERE!
Serving District 46 during the past four years has been the honor of my life. It has been challenging as our City has struggled through difficult times, and it has been continually rewarding, as I have met and worked with people from around the district to build up our City – break barriers and create opportunities.
I’m constantly inspired, delighted, and moved by the work that Baltimoreans do to make their neighborhoods, communities, and City a better place for everyone to live. It has been a joy and an honor to work with them – and YOU – to do this work. I am so humbled by the endorsements that I have received from so many of those great people that I have worked with around District 46.
Every other day we’ll add another photo and quote from a District 46 neighbor so check back here throughout the Democratic Primary Election for more Community Endorsements.
“Often one’s deeds go untold but I find it more fitting to give praise when due. I support Delegate Brooke Lierman because she is a tireless fighter in uplifting and supporting Communities and Residents. Brooke attends Cherry Hill Community Meetings, Participates in our Prayer Walks, Safe Street Shooting Responses, Cherry Hill Public Safety Meeting, numerous Cherry Hill Events and activities that involved youth and adults. Brooke puts others before herself!” – Cleo Walker, Cherry Hill
“Without Brooke’s untiring efforts on its behalf, Francis Scott Key School’s new library would never have become a reality in 2017. She worked for two years to help obtain the necessary funding from the State, as well as from the Weinberg Foundation, and our students have benefited greatly as a result. She has always been willing to expend as much effort as necessary in helping the Locust Point neighborhood solve some of our more difficult challenges. She is respectful in her approach, yet persists until an issue is resolved. We would be delighted to have her continue representing us as our State Delegate” – Hap & Cheryl Duffey, Locust Point
Spring has finally made its way to Baltimore – just in time for doorknocking everyday! If you live in District 46, keep an eye out for me and other members of Team 46 as we continue to knock on doors and talk to constituents! And – mark your calendars now for my Picnic on Sunday, June 3rd –