Wagner tells Towson CVP story of pandemic transition and serving first responders


We are still having great guests and tackling many local topics and issues with experts at Baltimore Positive but for the duration of this pandemic, Nestor and Don are simply finding themselves with a lot of time and a lot of stories to tell.

The story of the Charles Village Pub in Towson is well know for anyone who has ever bent an elbow there, watched a game, shared a meal or a memory or some music. Clearly, this pandemic has affected so many local businesses in so many ways and we are a community going through transition in this crisis and owner Melony Wagner joined us to tell her story of how she and her staff have transitioned into a feeding station not only for families in the Towson are but for the doctors, nurses and other hard-working first responders and emergency workers on the front lines at local hospitals.

Let her tell you the story of “One Team, One Goal” and see if you can pitch in!

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