We hope everyone has a safe and fun-filled holiday season!
Great food and drinks with even better people! Congrats to Metro Crossing Apartments and St. Charles at Olde Court Apartments for winning our first ever gingerbread house contest. We wish everybody an awesome holiday season!
Our Second Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony was such a wonderful time!
A huge thank you to the eight local elementary, middle and high schools that participated and the estimated 1000 people that attended!
Check out some photos below — we wish everyone a happy holiday season!
Our Ice Cream Social was a wicked success! The employees of 100 Painters Mill sported some amazing Halloween costumes and enjoyed delicious ice cream from Prigel Family Creamery! Check out the photos from the event below and stay tuned for more events from DSB.
The Red Brook Health Staff would like to invite you to our 3rd Annual Sweat & Swing Fore! A Cure Fundraiser that benefits the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. Our mission is to help educate, raise awareness and funds towards this great cause, so please take time to stop by on Thursday, November 8th for a Warrior Workout, our Closest To The Pin Contest, prizes, a silent auction, samples, food, and more. We are still accepting silent auction items for anyone interested.
To see more information about the event, visit Facebook.
Instructors from the Baltimore County Fire and Medical Training Inc. stopped by The Residences of Brookside Commons last week to lead a Heartsaver CPR Training course for David S. Brown Employees. Heartsaver CPR AED is a video-based, instructor-led course that teaches adult and child CPR and AED use, infant CPR, and how to relieve choking in adults, children, and infants. This course teaches skills with the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, which allows instructors to observe the students, provide feedback, and guide the students’ learning of skills. This course is for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card in CPR and AED use to meet job, regulatory, or other requirements.
Thank you to BCFMT for providing this opportunity and a congrats to all of our employees who completed the course! For more information on upcoming courses and DSB events be sure to check our Electronic Bulletin Board.
We’d like to highlight and congratulate the winners of our DSB Residential Employee of the Quarter Awards. A HUGE shoutout to Marian Panameno, Jenifer Alvarez, Doug Mullikin, Harvey Thornton, and DeAndre Fogle. These employees exemplify all of the traits we at David S. Brown Enterprises strive to cultivate throughout our company. Thank you for all you do!
OCTOBER 22-NOVEMBER 5
David S. Brown Enterprises will be teaming up with Samaritan’s Purse this year during the Holiday Season. We will be participating in their Annual Operation Christmas Child, which allows participants to fill a shoe box with a toy, hygiene items, school/art supplies, etc. These are then sent all over the world to children in need. Tracking numbers are provided which allow you to see exactly where your gift is going! Samaritan’s Purse does ask for a $9 donation, which goes directly to shipping your box to it’s destination.
** If you want to participate, the HR department has the shoe boxes available and we can send them to your department when we know how many you need. You can also pick them up at corporate in the HR Department. Deadline to return filled boxes is November 5, 2018.**
If you would like to find out more about Samaritan’s Purse, or more specifically about Operation Christmas Child, please visit their website.
OCTOBER 22-NOVEMBER 5
David S. Brown Enterprises will be teaming up with Chai Lifeline this year to help them collect a range of items they need. Chai Lifeline provides comprehensive and unparalleled support to seriously ill children, their families, and their local communities. They specialize in a full spectrum of support, including Family Services, Case Management, Family Programming, Educational Support, Summer Cap, and Crisis Intervention. This year they have complied a list of materials that will help them provide as much care and support for families in need. You may also choose to do a monetary donation, which would go towards the purchase of one of the needed items.
Please speak with Chuck in HR if you would like to learn more information and to see a full list of items they need.
If you would like to find out more about Chai Lifeline, please visit their website.