Now that cannabis (AKA marijuana) is legal and widely available in Maryland, BHCA’s Gray Panthers Task Force is hosting a salon on Wednesday, Oct. 25, with an expert on the medical and policy aspects of cannabis.
It will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 6 to 8 p.m. in the community room of Linden Park Apartments, 301 McMechen Street. It is open to all BHCA members and their guests, subject to space limitations. Only street parking will be available.
The featured speaker will be Dr. Dan Morhaim, a member of the medical faculty at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and a longtime member of the Maryland General Assembly who advised state officials as they worked to change the laws governing the use of cannabis for medical and recreational use.
Dr. Morhaim represented Baltimore County in the Maryland General assembly for 24 years. He is a board-certified physician (Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine) with over 40 years of front-line clinical experience.
He also is the author of a book, Preparing for A Better End: Expert Lessons on Death and Dying. Copies of his book will be available for purchase ($20 cash only) at the forum.
Admission is free to those who register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Gray Panthers is an informal task force for BHCA members over the age of 60 focused on ways to enable neighborhood residents to age in place. More information at https://boltonhillmd.org/resources-for-older-residents/.