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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.

Towne Salute: Boyd Ingram SPCA of Anne Arundel County

Boyd Ingram is so invested with his volunteer efforts at SPCA of Anne Arundel County that the nonprofit’s president, Kelly Brown, gave him his own business card.

Towne Salute: Bill Wirth of Talbot Humane

After a 25-year stint as an electronic technician at the Easton Post Office, Wirth decided to take up dog-walking at the nonprofit organization to occupy his newfound free time.

Towne Salute: Odette Boyce of Saint Martin’s Ministries

Odette Boyce doesn’t see her role at Saint Martin’s Ministries in Ridgely as just a job. For her, working to fight the cycle of poverty is a privilege.

Towne Salute: Teri Overington of Talbot County Young Professionals

Preston native Teri Overington never hesitated to help when it came to volunteering.

Towne Salute: Paul Mullenhoff, Hospice of the Chesapeake

We profile a local, charitable volunteer and organization

Towne Salute: Don Roland, Rotary Club of Annapolis

We profile a local, charitable volunteer and organization

Towne Salute: Chris Collins Weinstein, Friends of Anne Arundel Animal Control

After retirement and moving to Annapolis (where she built a home with her husband), Chris Collins Weinstein decided to look for something of interest to occupy her free time.

Purple Cherry Architects

Purple Cherry Architects volunteer at Ronald McDonald House