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Music on the Miles

Sep 23, 2015 11:47AM ● By Becca Newell

Classic rock and blues bands, Three Penny Opera, Blues DeVille, and Trinity Blues donated their time and talent on Saturday, August 29th, to help Saint Martin’s Ministries, of Ridgely, raise funds and awareness about their work to fight poverty on the Eastern Shore.

State Delegate Johnny Mautz was the emcee for the evening. More than 100 guests enjoyed great music and delicious food at the Miles River Yacht Club in St. Michaels. Saint Martin’s shared two new videos about their work. The videos were filmed and produced by sixteen year old Hannah Zerai from Easton.

Hannah and her mother, Liz, also performed a moving acoustic rendition of Home by Ingrid Michelson to accompany a slide show of SMM’s efforts to help women and children who are struggling with homelessness and poverty. 

The event was generously supported and sponsored by many local businesses and individuals including:  Callahan’s Gas & Appliance, Law Offices of Charles T. Capute, Dawn Lednum-Chesapeake Bay Real Estate, Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Daney, Freestate & Son Insurance, Law Office of Lynn Knight, Lewis Auto Body, Miles River Yacht Club, St. Michaels Police Department (S.M.Y.L.E.), The Talbot Bank, Town and Country Wine, Liquor, etc., TriCycle & Run and What’s Up Media.

For more information about Saint Martin's Ministries, visit