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 Fleming Senior Center has experienced considerable growth and change from its humble beginnings as a Golden Age Lunch Plus Site in 1975. It received its current name in 1979 while located in Fleming Elementary School. Later in 1998, the Fleming Community Building which housed the center was demolished. The center relocated to the Watersedge Recreation and Parks building and later moved to Logan Village Shopping Center. Following renovations to the Fleming Community Building, Fleming Senior Center reopened at Pittsburgh and Main Street to a community that regarded the center as a home away from home. Remaining true to its early beginnings, Fleming Senior Center continues to cater to and service the needs of the Turners Station community.  

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 The Johns Hopkins Bayview Community Relations Department handles the hospital’s relationships with neighborhood and business organizations, community outreach and partnerships, health education and fairs and health promotion programs, and collaborates with other departments in the hospital and Johns Hopkins Medicine to assist them with community- and legislative-related functions (volunteers, development, public affairs, etc.). 


 Tradepoint Atlantic is positioned to be North America’s premier industrial gateway driving the flow of commerce between the US and global markets through unmatched access to land, rail and sea. 


 Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore is a shipping port along the shores and branches of the Patapsco River in Baltimore, Maryland. It is owned and operated by the Maryland Port Administration.

DRC--Dundalk Renaissance Corporation

 DRC is a community-based community development corporation that works in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders, including community residents, government and the private sector, to implement projects and seek investments that revitalize Dundalk. That’s how we started out, and we haven’t stopped for 14 years. 


Maryland Transportation Authority and Maryland Transportation Authority Police. 

 Since 1971, the MDTA has been responsible for constructing, managing, operating and improving the State's toll facilities, as well as for financing new revenue producing transportation projects. The MDTA's eight toll facilities-two turnpikes, two tunnels, and four bridges-help keep traffic moving in Maryland. All of the MDTA's projects and services are funded through tolls paid by the customers who use the MDTA's facilities. 

 The Maryland Transportation Authority Police, a nationally accredited force, is the seventh-largest law-enforcement agency in the State with more than 600 sworn and civilian law-enforcement professionals. The Maryland Transportation Authority Police are responsible for law enforcement at the Authority's highways, tunnels and bridges, the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and the Port of Baltimore. 

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 Henrietta Lacks Legacy Group 

 The Henrietta Lacks Legacy Group exists to protect, preserve and promote the legacy of Henrietta Lacks and her singular contributions to modern medicine.  It also exists to serve as a clearing house for activities that extend Lacks’ legacy and the history of Turner Station, Maryland, where Lacks resided at the time of her death.


Honeywell corp.

 As a company that built its reputation on making communities safe, secure and comfortable, Honeywell is committed to creating lasting solutions to the energy, water, air quality, and habitat conservation and restoration challenges facing communities across the globe 


Johns Hopkins School Of Public Health

 The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is dedicated to the improvement of health through discovery, dissemination, and translation of knowledge and the education of a diverse global community of research scientists and public health professionals. 

Baltimore County Police

 Baltimore County Police Department  

 Community Outreach Team 

 The Community Outreach Team offers the following programs:

  • Crime Prevention through Environmental Design – Residential, Commercial and School Designs
  • Security Lighting
  • Personal Security 
  • Vehicle Theft and Carjacking Prevention
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • Citizens on Patrol
  • Operation Identification
  • Fraud, Scams and Swindles, Telemarketing, Bunco Games and Identity Theft Prevention
  • Home and Business Security
  • Employee Theft and Shoplifting Prevention
  • Robbery Prevention
  • Vacation Safety Tips and Safe Travel Recommendations
  • Computer Security
  • Preventing Handgun Violence
  • McGruff the Crime Dog
  • Child Stranger Danger
  • Officer Friendly
  • Child Safety


 Turner Station Recreation Council-"Children First". Follow for Community updates, Rec events and schedules.

"It takes a village to raise a child". 

 The Turner Station Recreation office serves the Turner Station Recreation Council and their programs. The council meets on a regular basis and all those interested are invited to attend.