Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Maryland Governor-Elect Wes Moore visits Rockville non-profit ahead of inauguration

Maryland Governor-Elect Wes Moore (D) visited Rockville non-profit Interfaith Works on Monday, as he participated in volunteer efforts at locations across the state for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. Moore met with Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D), and helped prepare meals. He praised Interfaith Works for performing "vital work to uplift Marylanders experiencing poverty." Moore will be sworn in as Maryland's new governor tomorrow, January 18, 2023 at 12:00 PM in Annapolis.

Maryland Gov.-elect Wes Moore greets
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich

Photos courtesy Wes Moore/Marc Elrich on Twitter


  1. He needs to wear a face mask while preparing the food.

  2. Oh be quiet you idiot! Many people prepare food without wearing a mask. Do you really believe that the people that prepare your food in restaurants and other food establishments wear masks? If so, you are terribly mistaken!

    1. I believe that people preparing food should be made to wear hairnets and masks. There is one particular grocery store on rockville pike in Congressional Plaza and the people preparing the food in the deli have big bushy beards and crazy looking hair going everywhere and they don't wear any beard guards or hairnets.i thought it was a law that they had to wear beard guards. Maybe you don't mind other people's facial hair and dandruff in your food,I prefer not to eat that thanknyou.

  3. Where did he visit? Shepherd Table in SS?
    An Interfaith Works shelter ?
    That new MCCH shelter in White Flint across from the Pre Release Center?