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Towne Salute: Bill Shrieves of St. Michaels Rotary

Bill Shrieves of McDaniel, Maryland is an avid volunteer, a marathon runner, and most of all a beacon of hope for those who have been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer.

Towne Salute: Lisa Napoli of Toys for Tots

A longtime volunteer for different organizations, Napoli has been with Toys for Tots since Christmas 2009 and, judging by her excitement while talking about it, she loves it.

A Penny Earned: Fundraising is vital, hard work with intrinsic value

Whether you are making a contribution to a charity or asking for a donation, the process needs to be handled with great care.

Towne Salue: Jason Cherry, Siblings of Autism

Jason Cherry isn’t your typical 20-year-old. The Annapolis resident is a former professional racecar driver, a local business owner, and founder of the nonprofit, Siblings of Autism.

It’s Gala Season! A Dress-for-the-Event Guide

Fall is a particularly wonderful time of year, full of our favorite things: light-weight layers, pumpkin spice lattes, dewy mornings, and the ultimate front-runner, gala season.

Chesapeake BaySavers Sponsor Annapolis Maritime Museum Youth Program

Non-profit partners with Annapolis Maritime Museum to create hands-on, environmental educational program

Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News of the Eastern Shore August 2016

Chesapeake BaySavers Golf Tourney Raises $$$ and Waterfowl Festival Selects 2016 Featured Artist/Sculpture

Towne Spotlight: Local Business and Community News of Anne Arundel County August 2016

Walk the Walk Foundation Fundraises in a Fun Way and Chesapeake BaySavers Golf Tourney Raises $$$

Towne Salute: Tom Brent of Compass Regional Hospice

Compass Regional Hospice, a nonprofit that serves individuals and families in Queen Anne’s, Kent, and Caroline counties by providing compassionate end-of-life care and bereavement support.

Towne Salute: Sheryl Sieracki of Wellness House of Annapolis

In 2009, Sieracki was introduced to Wellness House of Annapolis and immediately felt a connection.