The Little Libraries Project expands into Baltimore City

Little Library at Oliver Community Multi-Purpose Center

Pinder Plotkin supports first responders

Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council

Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council & Baltimore Firefighters Local 734 expand The Little Libraries Project into Baltimore City .

This is a great project that will not only help improve child literacy in Baltimore City, but also remind the community that first responders support the community they serve”

— Jason A. Plotkin, CEO Pinder Plotkin

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, USA, June 11, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council & Baltimore Firefighters Local 734 expand The Little Libraries Project into Baltimore City

The Little Library Project helps improve child literacy and began in Anne Arundel County by IAFF Local 1563

The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 734 (Baltimore Firefighters Local 734) and the Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council (BFCAC) are proud to announce the expansion of the Little Libraries Project that firefighter Bernard Hayes and IAFF Local 1564 began in Anne Arundel County with the Community Group, Inc.

Baltimore City’s first little library will be unveiled on Saturday June, 12, 2021 at 1:00 pm at the Oliver Community Multi-Purpose Center located at
1400 East Federal Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21213.

“Bernard Hayes has done a remarkable job expanding the Little Libraries Project throughout Anne Arundel County”, said Richard Langford, President of Baltimore Firefighters Local 734. “The fire service is a true brotherhood/sisterhood and I was humbled by the eagerness of IAFF Local 1564 to support our vision of expanding this project into Baltimore City,” said Langford.

“We are happy to support Local 734 and the Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council to bring the Little Libraries Project to the Baltimore Community”, said Bernard Hayes, Local 1564 Member/Firefighter.

“This is a great project that will not only help improve child literacy in Baltimore City, but also remind the community that the Firefighters, Dispatchers, EMTs and Paramedics support the community they serve”, said Jason A. Plotkin, Chairman of the Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council and CEO of the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team.
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About the Baltimore Firefighters Local 734:
Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 734 is comprised of Firefighters, EMTs, Paramedics and Dispatchers employed by the Baltimore City Fire Department. www.baltimorefirefighters.net (410) 234-0734.

Contact:
Richard Langford
Baltimore Firefighters Local 734
(410) 234-0734
RLangford@baltimorefirefighters.net

About the Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council:
The Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council provides an opportunity to enhance engagement among Firefighters, Dispatchers, EMTs and Paramedics and Community members. https://www.pinderplotkin.com/bfcac/
Contact:
Jason A. Plotkin
Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council
firstresponder@pinderplotkin.com

About the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team:
Hardworking Attorneys for Hardworking People. The Pinder Plotkin Legal Team is a law firm that focuses on personal injury (auto, Uber/Lyft, motorcycle, and truck accidents), workers’ compensation claims, wrongful death, birth injury, and estate planning and administration (probate). Pinder Plotkin offers FREE basic Wills to first responders in appreciation of the sacrifices made by them and their families. The firm has offices in Annapolis, Baltimore (Parkville), Bel Air, Ellicott City and Reisterstown, Maryland. Pinder Plotkin CEO and managing attorney Jason A. Plotkin, Esq., has earned numerous honors for his work, being named to The Million Dollar Advocates Forum, The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100, and The Daily Record VIP List: Successful Under 40. He was also recognized by The SmartCEO as a Center of Influence and has been awarded numerous citations from federal, state and county lawmakers in recognition of his service to the community. Mr. Plotkin is a frequent speaker in the areas of personal injury and workers’ compensation. Contact Kristy Wright if you would like a quote for an article, to schedule an interview or for Mr. Plotkin to speak to your organization or community association. www.PinderPlotkin.com (410) 661-9440.
Contact:
Kristy Wright
Pinder Plotkin LLC
(410) 661-9440
marketing@pinderplotkin.com

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Baltimore Firefighters Community Advisory Council
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