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Santa's Workshop Coming to Oak Crest: Residents to Fill 400 Stockings with Toys and Goodies in Just 60 Minutes for Baltimore Area Families via Salvation Army

November 19, 2012

PARKVILLE, MD---The North Pole will move south for one morning as resident volunteers from Oak Crest retirement community will partner with the Baltimore Area Salvation Army on Tuesday, November 20th from 9am-10:00am.
Celebrating a partnership of eighteen years, fifty residents will fill 400 stockings with toys, games and other items for the benefit of Baltimore-area just an hour!
The project fills local need as two thousand families have registered with the Baltimore Salvation Army this holiday season, according to Ann France, Oak Crest resident and  Executive Board Member of the Baltimore Area Command Women's Auxiliary.  That represents over 8,000 children.
The stockings will be distributed by the Salvation Army at their Hampden center in December.  Oak Crest residents raised $3,380 for the project with contributions.
WHAT: Stocking Stuffing Party with Baltimore Area Salvation Army
WHEN: Tuesday, November 20th; 9am-10:00am
WHERE: Oak Crest Village   Erickson Conference Center--Crestview Station   8800 Walther Boulevard   Parkville, MD 21234
 For more information, please contact Jeff Getek at 410-456-9809 or [email protected].
About Oak Crest: Oak Crest, managed and developed by Erickson Living, is a retirement community that provides worry-free living for America's seniors-the country's fastest growing population segment.  Erickson Living's financial value and predictable monthly service fees provide residents across the country financial peace of mind.  Comprehensive health and wellness services, integrated into our continuum of care, lead to demonstrated resident benefits.  A robust complement of resident programs and facilities promote an engaged, fulfilling lifestyle that is reflected in resident satisfaction levels that exceed the industry average.  For more information, please visit