Thanksgiving Turkey “Stuffing Not Included”

At this special time of year, we give thanks for our clients and business associates, who have helped make our jobs successful and our lives more fulfilling.

Thank you from all of us at Penza Bailey Architects!

This year we have chosen to make a donation towards the Thanksgiving meal provided by Manna House, a non-profit organization that has been serving the poor and homeless of Baltimore for 44 years. On Thanksgiving and other holidays, Manna House volunteers cook, decorate and prepare the dining area to serve approximately 300 men, women and children.

Take a chance - we will save a turkey for you!  The winner of this fun raffle will receive one of the fresh turkeys from the local Ferguson Family Farm, which offers many other local and fresh products for their own Thanksgiving Meal. Good luck!

Congratulations George B. you are the winner of Penza Bailey Architects' first turkey give away.

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Manna House has been serving the poor and homeless of Baltimore for 44 years. Since the inception of the agency we have embraced the holistic approach for providing services, be they physical, emotional, mental or spiritual; we have incorporated understanding while responding to societal ills. The clients we serve are faced with poverty, homelessness, mental illness and drug addiction, followed by HIV/AIDS, spousal abuse, and other chronic diseases. Visit http://www.mannahouseinc.org for more information regarding this wonderful organization.

Penza Bailey Architects enjoys supporting local businesses.   The winner of this fun raffle will receive one of the fresh turkeys from the local Ferguson Family Farm, which offers many other local and fresh products; for more information visit http://www.fergusonfamilyfarm.com.  You can also find them during the summer at our local Govanstowne Farmers Market, located at the Loyola facility on York Road; for more information visit http://www.loyola.edu/department/sustainability/programs/farmers-market.

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