$20,000 Raised At Coastal Hospice Benefit

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The Taste of Finer Things benefit for Coastal Hospice at the Ocean was held at Harrison’s Harbor Watch on April 15. The event raised $20,000 toward the construction of the hospice residence and outreach center in Berlin. Committee members pictured include Chairman Stephanie Meehan, Pam Buckley, Karen Cramer, Cathy Donovan, Madalaine How, Marsha Howarth, Elaine Jacobs, Donna Leiner and Gayle Widdowson. Committee member Macky Stansell was not pictured.

Community Foundation Of The Eastern Shore Awards Fruitland Primary With Education Grant

The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) awarded a grant to Fruitland Primary an education grant to support an Artist in Residence Program featuring award winning children’s author Priscilla Cummings. Second grade students learned about the significance of the Chesapeake Bay by reading Cumming’s books and then writing about them. Pictured, from left, are Erica Joseph, President, Community Foundation; … Continue reading

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Committee Continue Planning For October 18, 2015 Walk/Run

The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer committee met on April 14 to continue planning for the Oct. 18, 2015 Walk/Run that will be held at the Ocean City Inlet parking lot. Those in attendance were Debbie Clements, Chris Butler, Dawn Hodge, Yesim Karaman, Bean Keagle, Susan Braniecki, Ryan Whittington, Dolores Botts, Susan Childs, Josette Castiglione and Pammie Sue Dutton.  Not … Continue reading

$10,000 Arthur W. Perdue Foundation Grant Presented To Alliance For The Chesapeake Bay And Project Clean Stream

Perdue Farms’ associates present a $10,000 Arthur W. Perdue Foundation grant to representatives of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and Project Clean Stream. Pictured, from left, are Jeff Smith, Perdue director of corporate environmental services; Kim Nechay, executive director of the Arthur W. Perdue Foundation; Steve Schwalb, Perdue vice president of environmental sustainability; Tyler Wingate, Perdue environmental manager; Joanna … Continue reading

United Way Pepsi Machines Raise Over $1,910

With products purchased from specially marked United Way Pepsi Machines, a percentage of every dollar or $1.25 purchase is donated to United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore. In less than a year, the initiative has raised over $1,910 with nearly 45 local companies participating. Pictured, from left, are David Goslee of Pepsi, Raye Ellen Taylor Thomas of the City … Continue reading