Grace E. G. Callwood, age 12, is the founder and chairwoman of the board of advisors for the We Cancerve Movement, a foundation that creates giving opportunities that can be supported by the community to bring happiness to homeless, sick and foster children. With faith in God as its inspiration, the We Cancerve Movement’s operational posture is based on the belief that love is active, strong, urgent, practical and possible, and that solutions are swift because happiness shouldn’t have to wait.
We Cancerve Movement was founded in 2012 by Callwood when she, at age seven, was diagnosed with Stage IV Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Callwood completed chemotherapy in April 2014 and remains cancer free. She is enrolled in the Harford County Public Schools, and plays the trumpet with the school band. She is also a dancer, an honor student and she enjoys math.
4oz prime rib and 4oz crab cake
Strawberry fields salad
Baked sweet potato
Zucchini and squash medley
Ice cream bar with toppings
Wine and Beer included
Al Spoler has spent nearly 40 years in public broadcasting, working extensively in both television and radio.
A former producer/director at Maryland Public Television, Mr. Spoler has been the co-host of WYPR-FM’s Cellar Notes and Radio Kitchen programs. By virtue of his role in these programs, he developed a keen interest in locally produced food and wine.
In 2010 Mr. Spoler examined the "eat local" movement in The Maryland Harvest , a documentary about Free State farmers and the support they receive from top flight restaurants. A frequent visitor to Baltimore’s farm markets, he has built close relationships with farmers all over the state, which serves him well in his role as contributing editor to MPT’s weekly series Maryland Farm & Harvest.