The 16th annual Ride Across Maryland (RAM) on June 4 included the first-ever “Team AARP:” a dedicated and spirited team of six motorcycle riders from Ocean City, Maryland, who individually completed a 150-mile ride from Columbia to Ocean City. The ultimate goal of the weekend was to raise money and awareness for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. All participants were required to fundraise a minimum of $70 to represent the 70,000 young adults in the United States who will likely be diagnosed with cancer this year. In its 16 th year, RAM raised more than $50,000.
Discover the "power of age" at the annual Baltimore County Department of Aging's (BCDA) Power of Age Expo (formerly called the Boomer/Senior Expo) on October 26-27 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium.
June is Alzheimer's Awareness month, and it's important to recognize the family caregivers who work to provide loved ones with the best treatment possible. Caregiving is a challenging job, but Maryland legislators recently worked tirelessly to pass a law to improve communication between hospitals and designated caregivers - thus providing caregivers with more knowledge of important tasks.
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