Girl Scouts Of Central Maryland
Marty had “Coffee With” Chazz Palminteri. Ron Matz welcomed Girl Scouts of Central Maryland to “Manic Monday.”
In 1978, in Santa Rosa, Calif., more than 100 women came together and entered classrooms of schools and local communities to give presentations on the topic of women’s history. An essay competition and a parade were held. The event was the first informal celebration of women and the contributions they’ve made in world history. Building on its success a movement grew that culminated in February of 1981, when President Jimmy Carter designated the week of March 8, (International Women’s Day), as the National Women’s History Week. Within six years 14 states had declared the month of March as Women’s History Month; and the next year the U.S. Congress officially designated the observance. Throughout March, in the Baltimore area, there are many opportunities to celebrate the importance of women in the history of humanity. Special events and opportunities to get involved are available for both women and men of all ages. This year’s theme is Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination: Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Marty had “Coffee With” Isaac Mizrahi. Ron Matz welcomed the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland to “Manic Monday.”
The Girl Scouts are celebrating their 100th birthday, and Baltimore is part of the big celebration.
Marty and Don had “Coffee With” “The Twin Chefs,” Audrey and Lilly. Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers to Manic Monday from the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Dr. Marty Becker. They talked about pet health. For Manic Monday, Ron Matz welcomed singers from the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland.