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Governor Hogan Visits Local Businesses and Community Centers In Baltimore City

Governor Larry Hogan today visited local businesses and community centers in Baltimore City, including Lexington Market and the EMAGE Center.

“We had a great day meeting voters in Baltimore City,” Governor Hogan said. “From historic Lexington Market to the innovative EMAGE Center, these spaces are a shining example of the resilience of Baltimore.”

Governor Hogan’s first stop was Lexington Market, which Governor Hogan helped renovate with over $6 million in grant funding during his time as Governor.

To see the full album from Lexington Market, click here.

Governor Hogan couldn’t leave without grabbing a world famous crab cake from Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market.

After lunch at Lexington Market, Governor Hogan stopped in at Hardware Plus on Pennsylvania Avenue.

To see the full album from Hardware Plus, click here.

Governor Hogan then met up with Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford to take a tour of the Entrepreneurs Making And Growing Enterprises (EMAGE) Center, a youth development center run by Citywide Youth Services aimed at giving Baltimore City teens and young adults hands-on business experience through a variety of training programs. The Hogan-Rutherford administration supported the project with a $500,000 grant.

To see the full album from the EMAGE Center, click here.

In March, Hogan for Maryland and the Hogan Rutherford administration alumni team visited the Ruth M. Kirk Recreation and Learning Center in Baltimore City to replenish resources for their food pantry. Read more about that visit here.

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