Tag Archive | "Lenny Moore"

It’s time to honor some local sports “saints” with our #WNSTSweet16

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

It’s time to honor some local sports “saints” with our #WNSTSweet16

Posted on 18 March 2014 by Glenn Clark

This one was far too tough. I’ll be on Tuesday morning at 8am to discuss it with Drew Forrester and Luke Jones. If he tells me I’m wrong, I’ll probably just agree with him.

If you need a reminder of what this week’s topic (Sweet 16 Local Sports Saints-Athletes Who Gave Back) is all about, check it out here.

If you’re someone who I left off the list, I apologize in advance. This was agonizingly difficult.

(Editor’s note: You’re going to ask me why Elrod Hendricks isn’t on the list. It isn’t an easy answer. It’s a complicated thought about the difference between Elrod the “player” and Elrod the “coach”. Elrod the coach is ABSOLUTELY part of this list-but we said the list was for “athletes.”

In the end, I should have just put him on the list. In that case, he would have been Top 5. I told you it was agonizing. Stop yelling at me.)

16. Keion Carpenter

Carpenter never played for the Baltimore Ravens, but as a Baltimore native he has shown great concern for his hometown via The Carpenter House and the fight for affordable housing for the underprivileged.

Carpenter is also involved in what seems like every youth football camp in the area, including many with Baltimore Ravens players.

(Continued on Next Page…)

Comments (1)

Tags: , , , , ,

Baltimore County to honor former Colt Moore with road naming

Posted on 07 October 2013 by WNST Staff

Kamenetz to Name Randallstown Area Road in Honor of

Legendary Baltimore Colts Running Back, Lenny Moore

 

 

What:         Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will unveil the road sign that ceremonially renames Resource Drive  

                   in Randallstown as “Lenny Moore Way.”

 

This ceremony and honorary road naming is in recognition of the Hall of Famer’s brilliant career as a Baltimore Colt player as well as his decades of dedicated service to the Baltimore County community, particularly young people.

 

When:         Tuesday, October 8, 2013

                   11:00 a.m.

 

Where:       Liberty Senior Center

                   3525 Resource Drive, Randallstown, MD 21133

 

Who:          Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz

                   Colts Hall of Fame Player Lenny Moore

                   Former Colt Bruce Laird and other Colts alumni

                   Members of the Randallstown Community

                   Members of the Liberty Senior Center Council

                   Members of the Baltimore County Council

Members of the Baltimore County Statehouse Delegation

Comments (0)