“I believe that Unarmed Truth and Unconditional Love
will have the final say in reality,” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr....
Nov. and Dec. 2022
As we enter this wonderful season of living, loving, sharing, and caring, we must never
forget how Blessed we are! Even with all the toils and snares, the power of prayers...
I want to take a few minutes to express my deep and profound appreciation for your prayers, love,
friendship, and great support! Even though we have endured some moments and times...
We are beginning to see the hand of God with the beauty of flowers, grass growing, leaves on trees, and we “Are Still Here!” While the weather seems unpredictable, at least there are...
We are STILL HERE! I want you to know in spite of all that has and is happening, we must still be thankful. I am so grateful for all that many of you have done in supporting and sharing...
We are now in a month of pride, reflection, love and celebration. It is a teachable time for us to tell our children about the rich history of African Americans who significantly contributed in making this the “Greatest Country on Earth”...
Words can never express how much I miss seeing you! For the past ninteen months we have experienced and seen things we thought we'd never experience or see...
Here we are! It’s August and we have not been able to meet, hug, and show our love, support, and friendship with each other. Much has happened within the last year...
The 202 Coalition Meeting
WHEN: Every Fourth Monday Of The Month
Our first breakfast meeting for this year will convene Monday, September 25, 2023, at 9:00 am, located at St. Margaret’s Catholic Church, 410 Addison Road South, Capitol Heights, Maryland 20743.
2022-2023 Monthly Meeting Calendar
Pepco has proposed a three-year multi-year rate plan from April 2021 through
March 2024. According to Pepco, the total bill impact for the average residential customer would be
just over $5.80 in 2023. See the attached Press Release from the Public Service Commission for more
details about the plan and how to participate in the hearing.
The Office of Home Energy Programs (OHEP) has made a policy change as it
relates to incomplete documentation for an energy assistance application. If the reason for application
denial is due to incomplete information, the applicant has 90 days from the Notice of Denial to submit
the missing eligibility documentation for the original application to be processed.
All utilities are offering 12 month payment plans with no down payment required. Contact your utility
for more information. The Office of People's Counsel has created an energy assistance toolkit to help
Maryland households facing utility turn-off notices. This toolkit includes videos on how to fill out the
Office of Home Energy Programs application, forms, and resource guides. Visit: