Partners In Art Benefits Talbot Mentors Center For Kids

Every year, Talbot Mentors’ Partners In Art program matches its students with local artists who volunteer studio time to share their skills with the kids. This year, the organization literally brought the program in-house to benefit not only the students, but Talbot Mentors itself. Planning a full rehab of its outdated office space to improve …

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Funding Your Child’s College Education: Have You Thought About These Two Important Considerations?

by Muphen R. Whitney It is not news to the parents of college-age students that financial aid is not keeping up with tuition increases: the net price – the price after all financial aid is subtracted from all college-related expenses — that families pay became more expensive again this year, the College Board reports. Published …

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YOUNG LOCAL ACTRESS LANDS NATIONAL TV ROLE

Easton, Maryland – April 15, 2015: Easton’s own 15 year old Summer Snead landed a role on Investigation Discovery Channel’s House of Horrors: Kidnapped Season 2. She plays the part of “Michael’s Girlfriend” on episode 207 “Buried Alive”. The air date is Tuesday, April 21st at 10:00PM.   TV rage.com describes episode “Buried Alive” as …

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Bike Collection to Aid Developing Countries

Donation Points in Stevensville and St. Michael’s Stevensville, Md.; March 4, 2015. Long-time Stevensville residents George and Mary Medicus have announced that a bike collection on behalf of “Bikes for the World” will be held at the Thompson Creek Shopping Center in Stevensville on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 10 AM to 1 PM. Members …

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Teen drug abuse: 14 mistakes parents make

Talbot Partnership wants parents to know that they can do a lot more than some realize to help protect teens from drugs or alcohol. One key is avoiding simple mistakes, like these 14 cited by addiction specialist Dr. Joseph Lee, a spokesman for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and medical director the …

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Infants & Toddlers Program and Child Find Public Awareness Announcement

Do you know of a child in Talbot County who may have special needs or a disability (delays in thinking and reasoning, speech and language, motor skills, self help skills and/or social and adaptive skills)?  Help is available to those who meet eligibility requirements.  For children birth to three years of age, please contact Sue …

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Talbot County Department of Social Services Selects 2014 Foster Parent of the Year

Wanda Ball-Gross of Trappe has been selected as the 2014 Foster Parent of the Year by the Talbot County Department of Social Services.  Wanda has been a foster parent in Talbot County for over two years, fostering children ranging from infants to a child age 20, as well as sibling groups.  In addition to providing …

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Sabre Students Perform in Support of the Maryland Biodiversity Project

Saints Peter and Paul High School students Lindsey Clemmer ’14, Kristen Moran ’15, Chris Hopkins ’15 and Chris Potthast ‘15 recently performed in a talent show benefit at the Avalon Theater in support of the Maryland Biodiversity Project (MBP). Lindsey and Kristen did a wonderful job performing “The One That Got Away” by the Civil …

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Sabre Engineers Shine at ACE Awards Night

By Zebrielle Wheatley ‘14   Congratulations to this year’s Saints Peter and Paul High School ACE (Architecture, Construction, and Engineering) Mentoring Team, the Transformers, for their project to renovate and expand the Dorchester County Library. Team members include, Senior Zebrielle Wheatley– Head Project Leader, Juniors Will Singelstad– Assistant Project Leader,Clancy Richardson– Digital 3-D Model Designer, David Kramer– Landscape Designer, Allison Wetherbee– …

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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT SENDS BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS BACK TO SCHOOL

 Local businesspeople take JA entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy programs to the classroom. Easton, MD– Across the community, kids of all ages are gearing up to head back to school. At the same time, many businesspeople are preparing to do the same—as Junior Achievement (JA) volunteers. Each year, business professionals, parents, retirees and college …

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