Remove your socks and shoes. That directive is the first indication that middle school students at Holy Angels Catholic School, Mother Seton Academy and the Sisters Academy of Baltimore are expected to leave their comfort zones during fitness classes offered through a partnership coordinated by a local outreach and a chain of health and fitness clubs. The Baltimore chapter of Christ Child Society began partnering with Brick Bodies this school year with the encouragement of Cathleen White, a parishioner of St. Pius X in Rodgers Forge. via The Catholic Review > Home > Body Flow classes motivate students to ‘build’ bodies, brain cells.
Running through the Christ Child Society's list of projects is a dizzying task. From tutoring and mentoring students to knitting hats and scarves for low-income children or providing books to two Baltimore schools — this Riderwood-based volunteer organization is involved in an ever-growing range of activities. And the group only got its start a little more than a year ago. Don't let the name fool you, Cathleen White, one of the founding members and a Cedarcroft resident, said. The women in this group represent all faiths. And they're unified in their mission to help children and families in the Baltimore area, which has made it easy to recruit volunteers. via Christ Child Society finds ways to meet simple needs - baltimoresun.com.
Read the article about Christ Child Society of Baltimore in the October 2013 issue of Towson Life magazine.