Community Gets Pumped for Sunday’s Ravens Game
From the schools to community leaders to police, Ravens pride is out in full force.
Baltimore County Police Capt. Matthew McElwee runs an efficient precinct, but he’s looking forward to having to do some extra work for the Baltimore Ravens.
“I’m hoping to start working on an operational plan to provide coverage for the Ravens when they win the Superbowl in a couple of weeks,” McElwee said at Tuesday night’s Reisterstown Improvement Association meeting. As commander of the Franklin Precinct, he would be tasked with patrolling the area around the team’s Owings Mills facility when they would return home.
After the meeting, RIA president Glenn Barnes showed off his purple “Rise Above and Conquer Towel.”
Just four miles down the road, students at Owings Mills High School start their days walking by several sidewalk Ravens logos.
Purple pride is out in full force!
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