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Table of Contents Cecil County Chamber of Commerce 9............ Message from the Chair 9............ Message from the President/CEO 10.......... 2018-2019 Board of Directors 10.......... Chamber Staff 10.......... Former Board Presidents & Chairs 10.......... Corporate Partners 11 .......... 2018-2019 Chamber Events 12.......... Member Benefits 14.......... History of the Chamber

Community Guide 6............ Map of Cecil County 14.......... Community Resources 16.......... Welcome to Cecil County 17.......... Message from our County Executive 20.......... Location and Transportation 22.......... Cecil County Government 23.......... Spotlight: Gail Jusiewicz 24.......... Growth and Development 26.......... Cecil County’s economy 31.......... Our Infrastructure 32.......... Spotlight: Chesapeake Bay Golf Club 34.......... Our Towns 40.......... Agriculture 41.......... Spotlight: Integrity Staffing 42.......... Health and Wellness 48.......... Education 53.......... Spotlight: Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra 54.......... History 56.......... Recreation and Leisure 58.......... Tourism, Shopping and Dining 63.......... Real Estate 68.......... Spotlight: Dr. Carl Roberts

Business Directory 64.......... Business Bulletin Board 70.......... Membership Index 75.......... Business Directory 86.......... Advertisers Index

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About the Cover Cecil County is moving forward! Our economic success is driven by the many types of businesses and industries that call our community home. Whatever your specialty, you and your business are part of Cecil County’s future. The Cecil County Chamber is here to serve and support you as we continue in our mission to advocate for a strong, viable, economic environment.

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Message from the Chair of the Board of Directors On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce, I am excited to introduce you to our annual Community Guide and Business Directory. We are proud to publish this book each and every year to showcase what Cecil County has to offer. Whether you work here, live here, or play here, you know that this is a special place. We also truly believe that this is an ideal place to grow your business. The lifeblood of a community is its businesses and those who support them. The Cecil County Chamber of Commerce is proud to support its nearly 500 member businesses and the 15,000-plus people who are employed by those businesses. The number of new businesses in the county is continuing to grow every day, and we couldn’t be more excited about the opportunities that are in front of us. The strategic partnerships that the Chamber has with the Office of Economic Development, our corporate partners, and other organizations allow us to continuously look to the future in enhancing the quality of life in Cecil County. We take pride in our efforts to be the voice of our business community. Our open dialogue with local elected officials and legislative advocacy to push our agendas to benefit our business community does not go unnoticed. It

is our commitment and a Chamber priority to do so. There are many different ways to leverage your membership with the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce. Whether it be networking events like business card exchanges or joint Chamber mixers, roundtable focus groups, educational seminars, or major events like Cecil Night in Annapolis, there is something for every member to participate in and benefit from. We are here to promote our businesses so that they may continue to grow and prosper. I will conclude my message with this. Cecil County is a wonderful place. The beauty of it is what strikes me. From the rolling hills to the waterways that attract the fishing enthusiasts and boaters, the charm of the main streets and the amazing waterfront establishments that bring together the locals and tourists, we have much to be proud of. I encourage you to utilize this guide to explore and appreciate what this place has to offer. Sincerely, I Cecil Jason Lim Edward Jones Chair, 2018-2019 Board of Directors

Message from the President/CEO 2018 was a banner year for the Cecil County Chamber! From January through December we welcomed 126 new members. Debbie Brown, our Member Services Director, introduced businesses of all sizes to the many benefits of being a member, while our first-ever membership event, CecilStrong, brought in even more members in November. We ended the year with the most members we’ve had in many years. A new special-interest peer group was introduced: the Direct Sales/Network Marketing Roundtable. To our knowledge, we’re the only Chamber to host a special program for these self-employed professionals. Our smaller, more focused groups utilize all of what the Chamber does well for the larger group, cultivating and inspiring “micro group” opportunities for making meaningful connections. Watch for more of these groups in 2019. Two new events were introduced in 2018. The Pirates & Pearls Gala was held in June in recognition of our 30th anniversary, and the Wonderland of Wreaths was our first event co-presented with the Cecil County Arts Council.

Katie Lewis, our Director of Events and Communications, also brought back some of our most popular annual events, including Cecil Night in Annapolis, the State of the County Breakfast, the Member Appreciation Picnic, the Golf Classic, the Manufacturers Appreciation Luncheon and the First Responders Appreciation Dinner. The Chamber is fortunate to have wonderful volunteers who give of their time and talents to serve on our many committees. This truly is a Chamber designed “by the members, for the members.” We do what we do for you, because of you, and with your help. I invite you to get involved, get motivated, get educated, get promoted and get reimbursed through our many incredible programs and events. Let this Directory be your guide to all the Chamber and our community have to offer. We’re excited to have you as a member! Working on your behalf, Bonnie Grady, IOM President/CEO

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF 2018-2019 BOARD of DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

President/CEO bgrady@cecilchamber.com

Beth Creek Youth Empowerment Source Patty Croce Kiwanis Club of Elkton

Katie Lewis

Director, Events and Communications klewis@cecilchamber.com

Bill De Freitas Cecil TV

John Hassiepen Vice Chair The Columbia Bank

Jack Schammel Past Chair Leading Logic, LLC

Bonnie Grady, IOM

DIRECTORS

Jason Lim Chair Edward Jones

Matt Roath Treasurer The Roath Agency - Allstate

CHAMBER STAFF

Danny DeMarinis Elkton Rotary

Debbie Brown

Morgan Miller Cecil County Public Library

Director, Member Services dbrown@cecilchamber.com

Denis Minihane Minihane’s Irish Pub and Restaurant Sharon Pelham APGFCU

Bonnie Grady, IOM President/CEO Cecil County Chamber of Commerce

Denise Piemontese ODEC – Wildcat Point Generation Facility Dwight Thomey Baker, Thomey, and Emrey, P.A.

Thank You to our Corporate Partners Many of the programs and events presented by the Cecil County Chamber are made possible in part through the generous support of our Corporate Partners. For information on how to become a partner, please contact Bonnie Grady at bgrady@cecilchamber.com.

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FORMER BOARD PRESIDENTS & CHAIRS The Cecil County Chamber of Commerce owes its success to the extraordinary leadership of these individuals. Thank you for your service to our community and to our organization.

Presidents James E. Waters ........ 1988 David Thomey ... 1989-1990 Dennis Clower ............ 1991 Bruce Fink .................. 1992 Connie Barker............. 1993 Joyce Bowlsbey .......... 1994 Mark Smith, Jr............. 1995 Christine Valuckas ...... 1996 Dwight Thomey........... 1997 Bud Felty ................... 1998 William Hart, Jr. .......... 1999 Jim Brady.................... 2000 Deborah Carter .. 2001-2003 Stewart Lee ................ 2004

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Linda Read ................. 2005 Dan Schneckenburger 2006 Frank Williams IV........ 2007 Al Miller ....................... 2008 Renee Edge................ 2009 Brian Byers ................. 2010 John Betts....................2011 Bob Palsgrove ............ 2012 Teen Vebares.............. 2013 Board Chairs Jeanne Parry .............. 2014 Linda Burris ................ 2015 Joe DiNunzio .............. 2016 Jake Ruddy................. 2017 Jack Schammel .......... 2018

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2018-2019 CHAMBER EVENTS Get Involved! Learn! Have Fun! Be part of the Excitement! The Cecil County Chamber hosts events throughout the year, including Cecil Night in Annapolis, the State of the County Breakfast, the Business Spotlight Luncheon, the Chamber Golf Classic, the Annual Meeting and Installation of Officers, the Manufacturers Appreciation Luncheon, the First Responders Appreciation Dinner, and the Wonderland of Wreaths. In addition, the Chamber hosts numerous networking events, including monthly Business Card Exchanges, educational meetings and seminars, ribbon-cuttings and grand openings, and committee meetings. Join Us! Visit cecilchamber.com for details.

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MEMBER BENEFITS Maximize Your Membership Cecil County Chamber members enjoy a variety of low-cost/no-cost, business-building benefits. Additional “perks” such as special events and programs are reasonably priced for any size of business. We offer an abundance of tools to help you grow your business, including Networking, Advocacy, Marketing, Education and Savings…and together they spell NAMES, a valuable commodity for any business! NETWORKING • Join one of our Shared Interest (Peer) Groups including the Direct Sales/Network Marketing Roundtable, Nonprofit Roundtable, and Manufacturers Roundtable • Attend the monthly Business Card Exchanges – FREE to members! • Celebrate with us at annual events including Cecil Night in Annapolis, the State of the County Breakfast, the First Responders Appreciation Dinner, the Golf Classic, and the Business Spotlight Luncheon. • Explore what’s new at a Chamber 101 orientation session, designed for prospective, new and longtime members • Learn new information at seminars and workshops designed to help your business grow • Join us for Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting ceremonies • Network at joint meetings with other professional organizations • Enjoy members-first business referrals • Utilize our free online job postings service • Find prospective customers in the New Member Recognition section of Chamber eNews, on the Chamber website and in the Cecil Whig • Volunteer for opportunities to interact with other members by serving on Chamber committees ADVOCACY • Be heard as part of the “Voice of Businesses” in Cecil County • Take advantage of the Chamber’s advocacy efforts at local, state and federal levels • Get updates on important legislative issues • Enjoy access to elected officials • Get involved as a volunteer on the Government Relations Committee • Attend legislative events including Cecil Night in Annapolis, the State of the County Breakfast, legislative receptions and candidate forums. MARKETING • Have your business listed for FREE in our print Business Guide and online Directory • Enhance your individual Member Page on the Chamber website • Post press releases about your business on your Member Page on the Chamber website • Submit press releases about your business to Chamber eNews • Post “Hot Deals” to the Chamber website • Get listed in industry-specific business listings on the Chamber website (for example: dining/lodging/retail/tourism) • Become a Chamber Partner for even more exposure • Explore sponsorship opportunities for any size business • Place your ad in the print Business Guide and online Directory • Capitalize on Chamber website advertising opportunities • Take advantage of Chamber eNews advertising opportunities

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• Enjoy members-first business referrals • Host a Grand Opening and/or Ribbon-Cutting ceremony • Receive new member recognition in Chamber eNews and on our website • Promote your company to prospective, new and longtime members at our Chamber 101 orientation sessions • Share your materials at a monthly Business Card Exchange, or sign up to host • Purchase membership mailing labels (members-only discounts) • Proudly display your annual Chamber Member window stickers • Add your marketing materials to the FREE display in the Chamber lobby • Spread your news in the “About Our Members” section of Chamber eNews • Add the Chamber’s “Proud Member” logo to your website, sales materials, and letterhead • Promote your goods or services through our online Request for Proposal system • Post nonprofit events to the Community Calendar on the Chamber website EDUCATION • Learn valuable business tips and techniques at our seminars, webinars and workshops, all designed to help your business grow • Improve your leadership skills by volunteering to serve on a Chamber committee • Join a Peer Group to learn from other businesses in your industry SAVINGS • Give and get discounts and savings through “Hot Deals” • Join our commercial and residential energy purchasing cooperative programs, and share this benefit with your employees • Save money through the Constant Contact discount program • Get members-only rates on mailing labels • Take part in our dental discount program, designed for you and your employees • Receive members-only rates for our Certificates of Origin service • Pay members-only ad rates for “Cecil County Life Magazine” AND…. ENJOY THESE PRICELESS PERKS! • Earn credibility of membership in the region’s largest business advocacy organization • Protect your business through our advocacy efforts for probusiness legislation to help local businesses flourish • Enjoy the prestige of belonging to your local Chamber of Commerce Contact the Chamber today at 410-392-3833 or dbrown@cecilchamber.com to begin enjoying these and other benefits!


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COMMUNITY RESOURCES Maryland Government www.maryland.gov Maryland State Police www.mdsp.maryland.gov 410-996-7800 Maryland State Fire Marshal 410-996-2790 Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration www.mva.maryland.gov 800-950-1682 Cecil County Sheriff www.cecilcountysheriff.org 410-996-5500 Cecil County Department of Emergency Services www.ccdes.org 410-996-5350 Cecil County Courts www.ccgov.org Circuit: 410-996-1021 District: 410-996-2830 Cecil County Government www.ccgov.org 410-996-5200 Cecil County Office of Economic Development www.cecilbusiness.org 410-996-6292 Cecil County Recycling www.ccgov.org - Search Recycling 410-996-5330 Cecil County Register of Wills www.registers.maryland.gov 410-996-5330 Cecil County Department of Community Services www.ccgov.org/government/ community-services 410-996-5295 Cecil County Office of Tourism www.seececil.org 800-Cecil95 (232-4595) Union Hospital www.uhcc.com 410-398-4000 Cecil County Health Department www.cecilcountyhealth.org 410-996-5550

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Cecil College www.cecil.edu 410-287-1000 Cecil County Public Library www.cecil.ebranch.info 410-996-5600 Cecil County Public Schools www.ccps.org 410-996-5400 Town of Cecilton www.ceciltonmd.gov 410-275-2692 Town of Charlestown www.charlestownmd.org 410-287-6173 Town of Chesapeake City www.chesapeakecity.com 410-885-5298 Town of Elkton www.elkton.org 410-398-0970 Town of North East www.northeastmd.org 410-287-5801 Town of Perryville www.perryvillemd.org 410-642-6066 Town of Port Deposit www.portdeposit.org 410-378-2121 Town of Rising Sun www.risingsunmd.org 410-658-5353 Amtrak www.Amtrak.com 800-872-7245 BWI Airport www.bwiairport.com 800-I FLY BWI (435-9294) Philadelphia Airport www.phl.org 800-PHL GATE (745-4283) Claremont Airport – Cecil County Airport www.claremontairport.com 410-398-0234

History of the Chamber

Supporting Local Business for Over Three Decades In the 1920s, chambers of commerce were established to serve as economic development entities, helping businesses grow, supporting an educated workforce, establishing practices for workforce development, and steering business-friendly legislation. The Cecil County Chamber of Commerce began as a subsidiary of the New Castle County Chamber in Delaware. It was formed primarily as an outlet for the New Castle Chamber’s insurance sales program in Maryland. In 1987, the Board of Directors of the Cecil County Chamber voted to declare independence from the New Castle County Chamber, and a part-time Executive Director was hired. On January 1, 1988, the Cecil County Chamber became a completely autonomous entity. Through the efforts of several influential Cecil County citizens, a capital campaign was organized. Approximately $30,000 was donated by local government and businesses. These monies, along with the charter members’ initial dues investments, enabled the Chamber to survive for the first couple of years, while becoming established and developing its own programs and fundraising activities. In 2017 the Chamber was named a “Most Small Business Friendly Chamber” by the Maryland Small Business Administration. Today the Chamber’s membership is approaching 500. The organization is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of local business representatives. The President/CEO and two full time employees perform the day-to-day responsibilities. Cecil County’s local business community has needs and interests similar to those who were served by the very first chambers of commerce nearly a century ago. The Board, staff and volunteers of the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce are committed to meeting those needs and helping our member businesses grow and prosper.


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WELCOME TO CECIL COUNTY Steeped in History, rich in Natural Resources, full of Promise Beautiful Cecil County is tucked along the upper banks of the Chesapeake Bay, midway between Philadelphia and Baltimore. Two hundred miles of shoreline, open space, eight incorporated and inviting towns, and wonderful rural attractions make Cecil County a great place to spend a day…or a lifetime. Neighborly communities offer a unique character and fascinating history, as well as youth sports teams, family friendly events, a community hospital, volunteer opportunities, and wonderful outdoor recreation. Cecil County’s scenery is frequently sought after by nature photographers, and locally owned, award-winning restaurants make Cecil County a favorite choice as a dining destination. It’s Cecil County’s unique charisma and eclectic mix that make it a wonderful destination for residents and visitors, as well as companies who consider “quality of life” to be important for their employees. Cecil County’s location on Interstate 95 provides easy access to the Mid-Atlantic region, as well as to BWI and Philadelphia airports. While being located in the midst of a heavily populated corridor, the County offers an oasis of green, with 15,000 acres of pristine parkland and special charm. The views are spectacular, and its personality is enchanting. The eight incorporated municipalities within Cecil County are Cecilton, Charlestown, Chesapeake City, Elkton, North East, Perryville, Port Deposit and Rising Sun.

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A Message from our County Executive Moving Forward Charter Government continues to evolve in Cecil County as we commence year seven. This past December 3, 2018, the newly elected County Council was sworn in, and then the members selected Bob Meffley as Council President and Jackie Gregory as Vice President. I look forward to working with them as well as members George Patchell, Al Miller and Bill Coutz. We must work synergistically between the executive and legislative branches of government to ensure that we do not lose the momentum achieved in 2018, but actually accelerate our successes as we move forward in 2019. It is an old cliché but “it takes a village” is a value long demonstrated by all Cecil County entities. Local, state and municipal governments, along with public agencies and private sector businesses and organizations, must contribute all resources to keep our commercial, industrial and residential growth moving in a positive direction, along with the creation of a 21st-century workforce to fill jobs now, and in the future. We will strive to provide the highest quality K-12 and higher education programs to equip our citizens with the knowledge and skills required in this technical age. Varied health and wellness activities of all types

will be increased to address varied quality of life needs that all deserve, regardless of age or socio-economic status. We are continually appreciative of our long-standing, working relationship with the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce. Like no other, our Chamber provides a wide array of business services and membership amenities and information and is always just a phone call away. A quick visit to their website (www.cecilchamber.com) will deliver a vast local business directory, varied business and community events and limitless resources, right at your fingertips. I encourage everyone to regularly attend a Business Card Exchange or participate in a Chamber 101 session in 2019. These networking events allow you to engage with the Cecil County business and professional community and offer opportunities to make valuable connections. Cecil County has just begun to spread its wings. With everyone working together for the common good, Cecil County will continue to soar in 2019 and beyond. Dr. Alan McCarthy Cecil County Executive

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LOCATION AND TRANSPORTATION Strategic Access to Key Markets Cecil County’s desirable Mid-Atlantic location on the Interstate 95 I-95 corridor in northeastern Maryland has made it one of the region’s most sought after business locations. Situated midway between the metropolitan areas of Baltimore and Philadelphia, Cecil County’s strategic location offers businesses overnight access to markets in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia and Washington, DC. Cecil County’s well-developed transportation system offers easy access via land, rail and water. On November 14, 1963, President John F. Kennedy came to Cecil County to dedicate the area’s first modern-day toll road. Today I-95, along with US Route 40, supports the Growth Corridor. Three interchanges Perryville, North East and Elkton provide direct access for each of the County’s eight commercial industrial parks. Main lines for CSX and Norfolk Southern railroads, plus

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Amtrak commuter lines, provide vital rail transportation linkages. The Chesapeake and Delaware (C&D) Canal provides easy connections to the Chesapeake Bay and the Port of Baltimore for both commercial transport and leisure travel. Millions of tons of cargo are transported through the Canal annually. The US Army Corps of Engineers project office is located in Chesapeake City, along with the C&D Canal Museum and the Bethel Bridge Lighthouse. Scheduled air service is available one hour south of Cecil County on I-95 at the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport BWI, and 45 minutes to the north on I-95 at the Philadelphia International Airport PHL. Air service is also available at the New Castle Airport in nearby Wilmington, DE. Claremont Airport Cecil County Airport, south of the town of Elkton, has a 2,600 foot runway.


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CECIL COUNTY GOVERNMENT Dynamic, Efficient, Responsive On November 2, 2010, the citizens of Cecil County voted to switch to a charter form of government. This allowed them to establish a more dynamic, efficient, and responsive form of County government, and empowered them to exercise greater local authority to govern. Charter government allows for the separation of the executive and legislative branches. Both the County Executive and County Council serve four year terms. Cecil County’s first County Executive was elected on November 6, 2012. The Council is comprised of five County residents who reside in their respective districts and are elected at large by the Cecil County voters. The Council members choose a President and Vice President from among their members. The General Fund budget for Cecil County for fiscal year 2019 was adopted at $195.3 million. Property taxes account for 60 percent of the County’s revenues, while 32 percent comes from local income taxes. Budgeted expenses for fiscal 2019 include $126.5 million (65 percent of the total budget) for transfers and intergovernmental expenditures, and $44.5 million (23 percent) for salaries and fringe benefits. The County budget also supports the community’s high quality of life through outstanding citizen service programs, over 200 miles of shoreline, and 15,000 acres of parkland.

FY2019 APPROVED REVENUES GENERAL FUND $2,572,130 $9,215,548

$2,225,039

$2,163,754

Property Taxes Income Taxes License & Permits Federal & State Grants Charges for Services Invesment Earnings & Other

$62,572,542 $116,596,848

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$44,495,152

Training & Related Capital Outlay

Special Purpose Transfers & Intergov

$11,086,238 $126,500,464

$8,456,145 $1,454,373

$2,048,914 $655,753

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT Gail Jusiewicz, Independent Consultant for Tastefully Simple By Drewe Phinny Staff Writer Gail Jusiewicz calls Tastefully Simple a “delicious company to work for.” And indeed, the website is sure to wake up your tastebuds with all kinds of sauces, seasonings, dip mixes and ingredients for breads and muffins, along with many other foods designed to help you cook creatively. Jusiewicz started with the marketing company that sells food products while she was working as an IT professional for Delmarva Power in Newark, DE. She held both jobs simultaneously for seven years, and when she retired from her information system position, she took on the Tastefully Simple consultant job full time. Jusiecwicz discussed the origin of the direct sales company. “It was founded by a woman [Jill Blashack Strahan in 1995] who was selling gift baskets, and she realized that the people were more interested in what was in the baskets for themselves than in giving them for gifts. She actually started in a shed with no running water … She really didn’t have a dime to her name.” And the rest is history. Products are now offered through a network of independent commissioned distributors. Tastefully Simple is a member of the Direct Selling Association. “I’ve been with Tastefully Simple for nine years, and when I started out, it was pretty much a party company, party food for having people over, entertaining,” Jusiecwicz said. “Then about five years ago, they started getting into meal preparation, and now we have meal kits.” One advantage to this approach is the ability of the customer to swap out a particular ingredient for something else that’s better suited to his or her taste. For instance, non-beef eaters can swap out for ground turkey. “It’s very versatile that way,” Jusiewicz added. At one time, customers were unable to order off the website. “In the beginning, consultants used to have to carry such an inventory, and I don’t know when that went away,” she said. “I do carry an inventory, but that’s my choice. I do a lot of events and stuff, and people just want to take the products and go. So that’s why I carry an inventory.” So, does the easy availability of online transactions minimize the consultant’s role? Jusiewicz said each method has its advantages. “Let’s say I bought something and I forget why I bought it; I don’t know exactly what to do with it,” she said. “That’s where I come in. Because I walk the walk and talk the talk. Ninety-eight percent of my cooking is with Tastefully Simple. It may not be the bulk of the meal, but there’s something in there, even if it’s just spices. So I can educate people.” As important as the website is in disseminating information about Tastefully Simple, another marketing tool that’s more fun and effective is the sampling party. “I do home parties so people can sample things, and the host will get a sample kit, then they’ll prepare what’s in the kit,” Jusiecwicz said.

Gail Jusiewicz

Jusiewicz began her relationship with the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce at an event for Immaculate Conception School in Elkton, when Chamber President Bonnie Grady saw her performing her duties as co-chair for the vendors at the bazaar. “She watched me working,” Jusiewicz said, “and she came up to me and said, ‘Would you be interested?’ I had just retired from my day job, so I said absolutely, because I am business-minded, and being involved with the Chamber gives you access to businesses and non-profits.” Jusiewicz helped organize their Direct Sales/Network Marketing Roundtable, which launched in January 2018, and she chairs the monthly meetings. With her experience, savvy and energy, she has become an integral part of the Roundtable members’ success.

Jusiewicz sets up at local events to spread the word about Tastefully Simple’s line of products.

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GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Population

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According to the US Census, the population of Cecil County was 101,108 in 2010. The American Community Survey estimated Cecil County’s population to be 102,746 as of 2017 and it is expected to increase by nearly 40 percent to 142,550 residents by 2045. Cecil County’s population growth rate is expected to be the fourth highest among Maryland counties over the next 30 years.

According to Costar analytics, in December 2017 Cecil County’s industrial, flex, and office vacancy rates were 2.6%, 8.4%, and 10.7%, respectively. Recent industrial development in Cecil County accounts for more than half of all construction inventory for the entire Central Maryland area. Cecil County has seen job growth of nearly 10% over the past two years, with companies such as Amazon, Medline, Fortress Steel, and Northrop Grumman creating jobs in a diverse mix of industries. To learn more about economic development in Cecil County, visit www.cecilbusiness.org or call 410-996-6292. Source: Cecil County Industries - 2Q 2018 (MD DLLR)

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Cecil County’s economy: Looking forward, moving forward By Chris Moyer, Director Cecil County Office of Economic Development

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Cecil County — graced with natural beauty, an ideal location halfway between Washington, D.C., and New York, and a diverse mix of businesses — has been traditionally viewed as a “bedroom community” between job centers like Baltimore, Wilmington and Philadelphia. But that is in the past. The county has seen unprecedented job growth over the past two years. While institutions such as Orbital ATK (now Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems), WL Gore, and Cecil College have been in Cecil County for more than 170 years combined, new employers such as Amazon, Fortress Steel, Medline and others have grown the county’s job base by nearly 10 percent over the past two years. Cecil County’s economy isn’t just poised for growth, it is growing. And we want more.

Looking forward When considering whether an area would make a strong business location, companies tend to focus on eight factors: skilled labor availability, highway access, land availability, labor costs, major market proximity, building availability, infrastructure, and incentives. Under County Executive Alan McCarthy’s leadership, the Cecil County Office of Economic Development’s focus is on promoting and building on Cecil County’s strong position in these factors. Looking forward, the county will become an even stronger place to do business.

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Skilled labor availability Workforce is the most critical factor for business success. Workforce issues such as the opioid crisis, finding employees with historically low unemployment rates, engaging the millennial population, and promoting career prep (versus college prep) for a strong talent pipeline are discussed nationally, regionally, and locally. The Cecil County Office of Economic Development, Cecil County Economic Development Commission, Cecil County Chamber of Commerce, Susquehanna Workforce Network, Cecil College, Cecil County Public Schools, and Cecil County Public Library all champion workforce issues in some way. These organizations need to include the local business community and collaborate more – it can only help. When evaluating workforce availability, businesses look at a region typically around 40 miles or 40 minutes in radius. Boundaries such as county lines, rivers and state lines do not come into play. While Cecil County is not on an island, given its proximity to population centers such as Harford County Manufacturers such as Composites USA will continue to provide and New Castle good jobs for Cecil County. County, we must all


collectively ensure that Cecil County can provide a workforce that is ready for the jobs that are here today, and for the jobs that coming in the future. Employers such as the trades and manufacturers can struggle to find skilled, available talent. These jobs offer good pay, full benefits and a strong career path. Cecil County must continue connecting young, hardworking talent with these opportunities. The Cecil County Public School System, particularly its School of Technology, is a tremendous asset. Stronger collaboration between the school system and employers is needed to connect the young people graduating from Cecil County’s schools with opportunities in the county’s business community. With the influx of jobs over the past two years, more coming in the near future, and an unemployment rate under 4 percent, Cecil County must focus on both developing a workforce pipeline and attracting a new workforce to live in the county.

Quality of life Cecil County is projected to see a population growth of roughly 10 percent by 2025. New residents have expectations – a safe community with good schools, places to shop, and things to do. We need to continue making Cecil County a great place to live. An excellent quality of life is essential to attracting the workforce necessary for jobs currently in the area and jobs that will come in the future. The county is catching up to its neighbors as it relates to services and things to do. Nevertheless, we have a long way to go. Retailers decide to locate to a community for one reason: rooftops (that is, how many people live there). Cecil County’s relatively low population creates a nasty

Air Clear in Elkton is an example of manufacturers in Cecil County that continue to create jobs

cycle – without retail options, there are not residents. Without residents, there are not retail options. When the county’s low population is factored in with its proximity to tax-free shopping in New Castle County (and how many retailers have located there already), Cecil County is at a distinct disadvantage. We must work harder to bring in new retailers, whether they be new clothing stores, fast-casual restaurants, or family-oriented entertainment options like movie theaters or trampoline parks. An influx of new residents coming after the newly created jobs in Cecil County will definitely help.

Industrial land and building availability Land availability in the growth corridor is a key competitive advantage Cecil County has over its neighbors. While other nearby counties are nearly built out, Cecil has many opportunities for business growth and other development. The importance of this cannot be stressed enough. Other jurisdictions have large industrial sites that are a long distance from I-95, or sites that face costly redevelopment in order to be development-ready. Site readiness was a prime reason that Great Wolf Lodge chose Perryville’s Chesapeake Overlook site over other locations in the Continued on next page

Amazon’s 1.2-millionsquare-foot North East facility opened in September 2017.

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region. Having greenfield sites queued up is a major plus for the county. Cecil County is also home to business parks that are rich with opportunity. Industrial parks, such as Peninsula and Triumph, have seen interest from outside businesses in the past year. Bainbridge, the 1,000-plus-acre former naval training center overlooking Port Deposit and the Susquehanna River, has recently made progress towards commercial development that’s been decades in the making. When discussing large business parks in Cecil County – or anywhere on the East Coast, for that matter – the conversation always comes back to Principio Business Park. With approximately 6 million square feet either built or under construction, and the likes of Amazon, GE, Medline, and

An architectural rendering of the $200 million Great Wolf Lodge resort, planned to open in Perryville by 2022 .

Restoration Hardware already calling it home, Principio is already a major jobs center. It is not close to meeting its potential, however. Over the next 10 to 20 years, Principio could see an additional 14 million square feet, making it a $2.5 billion project with 20 million square feet total, providing more than 8,000 direct jobs for Cecil County.

Highway access Cecil County’s economy is blessed by the fact that I-95 and Route 40 run through the county’s growth corridor. I-95 stretches 1,917 miles from Maine to Florida, and accounts for 21 percent of the nation’s road miles. It connects Cecil County to the largest market in the U.S., the northeastern megalopolis. I-95 is obviously a major trucking route, but it also serves to connect employees to their jobs every day. Route 40 is the industrial spine of Cecil County, with direct access to employment centers such as IKEA, Principio Business Park and its companies, Northrop Grumman, WL Gore, Triumph Industrial Park, Terumo Medical, and the Upper Chesapeake Corporate Center. In 2018, Cecil County received a $20 million BUILD grant for development of a new interchange at I-95 and Belvidere Road. This will directly serve Principio Business Park and will relieve routes 222 and 272 from truck traffic. This project is expected to be completed in the next several years, and will offer Cecil County businesses a distinct advantage over competitors.

A rendering of the planned I-95 interchange at Belvidere Road.

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Infrastructure Since County Executive Alan McCarthy took office in December 2016, he has pledged to provide the needed infrastructure to allow Cecil County’s growth corridor to reach its full potential. These improvements are the fuel that Cecil County’s business community needs to be successful. Up and down Route 40, construction zones are evident. These projects — whether they be for a 12-inch natural gas line connecting Elkton to Perryville, or new sewer lines in the areas around North East and west of Elkton — mean progress. Some of this infrastructure has been in planning stages for nearly 50 years. In the coming year, Chesapeake Utilities will begin natural gas expansion north of Route 40 to Cecil College, Perryville will begin infrastructure connections for the Great Wolf Lodge project, development of a new Port Deposit wastewater treatment plant will start, and Bainbridge will begin to get new water, sewer, and natural gas lines. Continued infrastructure expansion projects such as these are critical to Cecil County’s growth.

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Moving forward Cecil County’s economy has garnered much attention locally and regionally in recent years. The entire business community should be proud of our collective accomplishments, and we must work together to ensure that this momentum continues. The county has come a long way, but our best days are in front of us. Continued infrastructure improvements, a workforce that becomes stronger and bigger, and connectivity of the county’s key sites to major markets by rail and highway, will set the course for a prosperous future economy.

Infrastructure improvements such as this can be seen along Route 40 in Cecil County’s growth corridor.

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OUR INFRASTRUCTURE Highway I-95 Corridor (3 interchanges); US 1, US 40, US 222, and US 301 Rail CSX, Norfolk Southern, Amtrak, MARC Commuter Rail service Airports BWI Thurgood Marshall International (BWI), Philadelphia International (PHL) Ports Baltimore, Wilmington and Philadelphia are within one hour’s drive, C&D Canal, Susquehanna River Electric Delmarva Power, Choptank Electric Cooperative Gas BGE, Elkton Gas, Chesapeake Utilities, Sharp Energy Fiber Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Comcast, Delmarva WiFi, Verizon Water Artesian Water, municipal systems Sewer Cecil County, municipal systems

Facts and Stats

Total Population - 102,746 Median Household Income - $70,516 Percentage of Population age 25+ with bachelors degree or higher - 23.0% Median home value - $238,000

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

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Chesapeake Bay Golf Club By John Chambless Staff Writer There’s so much going on at the Chesapeake Bay Golf Club in Rising Sun, MD., that golf is only a part of the overall picture. The club (formerly Chantilly Manor Country Club) celebrates its golden 50th anniversary this year, and features a brand new and expanded wedding and event venue, 18-hole championship golf course, and FootGolf Course. The 18-hole golf course, which is rated “4 Stars” by Golf Digest, is open to the public and provides a classic linksstyle round with open fairways and manicured tees and greens. Golf amenities include a driving range, spacious putting green, shortgame practice area, a pro shop and dining options. Tee times can be reserved online or by calling 410-658-4343. For weddings and events of any size, the Chesapeake Bay Golf Club has opened all-new wedding and event venues with a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces, golf course views and natural scenery, delicious dining options, stateof-the-art lighting features and modern amenities. The new Chantilly Ballroom features a vaulted ceiling, crystal chandeliers, a granite bar, a 70-inch smart TV to showcase your slideshow, a built-in audio system, and a bridal suite. The ceiling and soffits are fitted with state-ofthe-art LED color lighting that creates a ceiling “wall wash” effect and can be programmed to exactly match your wedding party color scheme. The new Lakeview Arbor on the Lawn Terrace Wedding Ceremony venue is located next to an 1800s manor house. Exchange or renew your vows with the glistening lake as your backdrop. Combine your wedding ceremony and reception at Chesapeake Bay Golf Club and your guests will enjoy the convenience of free parking just a few steps away from the ceremony location and clubhouse. Venue options range from seating for 80 up to 2,000 guests. The Party Pavilion has pond views overlooking the golf course, and provides protection from the sun and elements for guests. It’s available for a cocktail hour, wedding ceremony, rehearsal dinner, graduation party, casual reception and more. The Bridal Suite offers a private area for the bride and her wedding party to relax, refresh and finalize hair and makeup before the ceremony, or touch-up during the reception. The Players Grille and Brick Patio is perfect for your reception or event. The Players Grille is also open to the public for everyday dining, offering an affordable menu and full-service

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bar in a relaxed atmosphere. The newly expanded grille room features numerous flat- The new sport of FootGolf combines soccer and traditional golf, and anyone can play. screen televisions, leather lounge chairs, and a casual atmosphere to relax, dine and drink before or after a round of golf or FootGolf. The menu features homemade, traditional pub fare such as wings, nachos, burgers, hot dogs and salads. Breakfast is served until 10 a.m. daily in season. Catering is available at the venue or off site, with a full bar service. There’s a full range of menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with stations and hors d’oeuvres options. For a corporate outing, charitable fundraiser or similar group event, golfing at Chesapeake Bay is ideal. The club offers complete consultation services on how to raise more funds for the event, advice to enhance participation and excitement, all-inclusive golf and outing packages, a variety of dining options, setup of overnight accommodations for guests, and advertising materials for the event that can be displayed at the golf course and online. Chesapeake Bay Golf Club is also home to Maryland’s first accredited FootGolf course. FootGolf integrates golf with soccer, and anyone can play. The object is to get a soccer ball with the lowest number of kicks from the tee area into the hole. The game follows the basic rules of golf, but with no clubs – just a soccer ball. Fun for the whole family and perfect for kid’s parties, soccer teams, and groups of all ages. FootGolf is available for play after 4 p.m. daily. There are also opportunities for golf lessons, junior golf camps and clinics. The PGA Professional staff at Chesapeake Bay Golf Club has studied extensively with some of the top teachers in the world. Chesapeake Bay Golf Club 128 Karen Drive Rising Sun, MD 21911 410-658-4343 www.chesapeakegolf.com www.facebook.com/ChesapeakeBayGolfClub


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OUR TOWNS Eclectic Charm, Scenic Beauty, Rich History Cecilton Cecilton owes its existence to August Herman, an immigrant to America in 1633 and subject of heroic legend. He was the builder and first Lord of Bohemia Manor. Herman made several attempts to establish a town named for his friend Cecilius Calvert in lower Cecil County, but, uncharacteristically, he was not successful. Several generations later, a descendant again took up the task and founded a town that survived. That was Cecilton, incorporated in 1864. Located between the Bohemia and Sassafras Rivers, which attract a great deal of seasonal tourism to the town, it is centered at the largest crossroads south of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Cecilton is the hub of community, public facilities and services offered in lower Cecil County. The town continues to provide a hometown look and feel even though it is within close proximity to a growing region. Individuals can enjoy services, benefits and amenities of traditional urban services, but in the middle of the beauty, peacefulness and quiet countryside of rural life. The town is surrounded by farmland that is an important component of its history and economy, much of which has been placed in agricultural preservation programs, ensuring that the town will maintain its rural character. Cecilton is a small town offering something for everyone, with a strong commitment to Population: 552; Incorporated: 1864 preserving a high quality Town Hall Address: PO Box 317; of life in a quiet residen117 W. Main St., Cecilton, MD 21913-0317 tial community that is Town Hall Phone: 410-275-2692 without a doubt “The Town Administrator: Mary Elizabeth Cooper Way Life Should Be.” www.ceciltonmd.gov

Charlestown Located where the North East River meets the Chesapeake Bay, Charlestown was an active shipping center in its early days. In 1742 the colonial village became the first incorporated town in Cecil County, and briefly served as the County seat. Although today Charlestown is peaceful and primarily residential, you’ll also find marinas, growing businesses, several restored colonial structures, and a wharf that’s quite a popular place to cast a line and catch a fish. And what a view year round! Population: 1,620 Incorporated: 1742 Town Hall Address: PO Box 154; 241 Market Street, Charlestown, MD 21914-0154 Town Hall Phone: 410-287-6173 www.charlestownmd.org Photos provided by the Town of Charlestown

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Chesapeake City Once known as the “Village of Bohemia,” Chesapeake City was incorporated in 1839 shortly after the construction and opening of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal. Today it is the only town in Maryland situated on a working commercial canal. Most of its interesting 19th-century architecture remains intact, and the historic area on the south bank is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Chesapeake City is a destination town widely known for its unique inland view of ocean-going vessels, proudly preserved and displayed reminders of its history, and friendly hospitality. Travelers discover fine dining, picturesque stores, art galleries, outdoor concerts, seasonal events, bed & breakfasts, hiking/bicycling trails, and an outstanding museum showcasing the history of the Canal. From its origin as a rough and rowdy boomtown, through an era of dispiriting depression, Chesapeake City has emerged as a charming and interesting place to live and visit. Chesapeake City is truly the “Hidden Treasure of the Chesapeake”. Continued on next page

Population: 673; Incorporated: 1839 Town Hall Address: 108 Bohemia Ave., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 Town Hall Phone: 410-885-5298 www.chesapeakecity-md.gov

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Elkton Elkton is located on the colonial highway of America. Our country’s forefathers navigated its waterways and traveled its roads when heading north to Philadelphia, or south to Virginia. Once known as Head of Elk named by Captain John Smith, it sits at the northern headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay. Elkton played a significant role in both the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Many of the town’s beautiful colonial structures remain today, surrounded by buildings that reflect an active business community. The once infamous “marriage capital” has developed into a thriving economic arena for service and retail industries, several large manufacturers, and Union Hospital. Office buildings, courthouses, the hospital, and retail establishments share space with history in Elkton, which has been the County seat since 1787. Elkton is proud to represent Cecil County with Maryland Main Street and Arts and Entertainment District designations.

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Population: 15,531; Incorporated: 1787 Town Hall Address: 100 Railroad Ave. Elkton, MD 21921 Town Hall Phone: 410-398-0970 www.elkton.org

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North East The North East River played a significant role in the early years of this town. Mills were built along its shores, farms prospered, and local fishermen found the area to be rich in stock. One of its churches, St. Mary Anne’s Episcopal Church, dates back to the early 1700s, and has one of the oldest graveyards in the state. Today the neighborly town enjoys a charming renovation and is a tourist destination for visitors who like regional foods, boating, history, and antiques and collectibles shopping. A few miles south of town is Elk Neck State Park, surrounded on three sides by water with a breathtaking view next to the Turkey Point Light House. Photo courtesy of Cecil Whig

Population: 3,572; Incorporated: 1850 Town Hall Address: PO Box 528 106 S. Main Street, North East, MD 21901 Town Hall Phone: 410-287-5801 www.northeastmd.org

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Perryville Along the banks of the Susquehanna River lies the Town of Perryville. An area steeped in history, Perryville boasts Rodgers Tavern, which was frequented by General George Washington in his travels from VA to NY, and the Principio Iron Works, which were destroyed by the British during the War of 1812. Perryville is also a railroad town; the Perryville Train Station (built in 1905) provides MARC services to points south, including Baltimore City and Washington, D.C. Today’s Perryville honors its past while embracing its future. Other area highlights include the Principio Mansion, waterfront communities, two waterfront community parks, travel plaza, Lower Ferry Park, golf course, multiple biking and hiking trails and Maryland’s first casino.

Population: 4,361; Incorporated: 1882 Town Hall Address: PO Box 773, 515 Broad Street, Perryville, MD 21903 Town Hall Phone: 410-642-6066 www.perryvillemd.org

Port Deposit Historic Port Deposit is nestled between granite cliffs and the banks of the Susquehanna River. The tiny village was a place where men made fortunes in granite quarrying and shipping sellable goods on arks and rafts from the “port of deposit” on the waterfront. Fishing was also a big industry with a plentiful supply of shad and rockfish. Port Deposit is a well-preserved, historic, mid-nineteenth century, industrial town, and the architecture is evidence of the artistry and craftsmanship of the period. The commercial waterfront has been replaced with a vibrant residential community, Marina Park, and a new Visitor Center in the restored historic Jacob Tome Gas House that includes a Northern Map Turtle habitat and education center. Come to our town to enjoy boating, fishing, a stroll along the scenic waterfront promenade, and step back in time along historic Main Street to visit our great restaurants and shops. Population: 645; Incorporated: 1824 Town Hall Address: 64 S. Main Street Port Deposit, MD 21904 Town Hall Phone: 410-378-2121 www.portdeposit.org

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Rising Sun Rising Sun got its unique name from an old tavern located in the center of town in the 1700s that had a sign with a picture of a sunrise. Since this was a popular watering hole located at a point where five wagon trails all came together, many travelers and frontiersman were known to say, “We’ll meet at the Rising Sun,” and so the name of the town was established. A little known fact, its beautiful rolling hills and landscape were originally part of the Nottingham Lots of Pennsylvania, and were part of a land dispute between William Penn of Pennsylvania and the Proprietary Governor of Maryland, Charles Calvert, 5th Baron of Baltimore. This border conflict waged for years and was actually known as Cresap’s War. When the Mason-Dixon Line was established and a new boundary line between Maryland and Pennsylvania was created, Rising Sun was officially made part of Cecil County, Maryland. Limestone benchmarks can be found in the area marking the Mason-Dixon Line.

Population: 2,800; Incorporated: 1860 Town Hall Address: PO Box 456; Rising Sun, MD 21911 Town Hall Phone: 410-658-5353; www.risingsunmd.org Facebook: Town of Rising Sun - Official

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AGRICULTURE Agriculture is at the core of Cecil County’s rural heritage and quality of life. Cecil County comprises 222,824 acres, approximately 35% of which is farmland. The working landscapes are devoted mainly to cash grain crops – corn, soybeans, wheat, hay and barley. Other rural land uses include tree fruits, apples, peaches, pears, table grapes and berries, plant nurseries and vegetables. Year-round vegetable growing is now possible with the use of high tunnels, also known as hoop barns. You may join a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) operation which allows you to select your fresh products weekly whatever the season. Traditional U-Pick operations, roadside stands and farmers markets offer fresh picked, seasonal fruits and vegetables. Warwick Mushroom Farm, the largest operation on one site with almost a half-million square feet under roof, uses the most modern growing technology on their farm in southern Cecil County. Our climate is great for growing a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, flowers, and ornamental trees, and several large wholesale nurseries transport their products from Maine to Miami and the mid-west, and are even transporting certain plants west to California. Horses are big business in Maryland, and Cecil County

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is home to equine operations of all sizes, including; the Fair Hill Training Center, the most innovative Thoroughbred training center in Maryland; Select Breeders Services International Headquarters; Hassler Dressage’s world-class facility at Riveredge; Winbak Farm - the largest Standardbred operation in North America; Northview Stallion Station – a renown Thoroughbred operation; as well as backyard pastures with individual pleasure riding horses. Diversification of traditional farming in Cecil County now includes vineyards and wineries, micro breweries and distilleries, fresh milk home-delivered in glass bottles, produce available year-round and pasture-raised meats, poultry and eggs – all available from your local farmer / grower / producer. Organic produce is also being grown and value-added products such as cheeses, jellies and jams are also available. Agriculture in Cecil County – food, fiber and fun! To learn more about agriculture, a division of the Cecil County Office of Economic Development, please call 410-996-6292, or visit www.ccgov.org/government/ economic-development/agriculture


MEMBER SPOTLIGHT Robert Osborne, Branch Manager Integrity Staffing By John Chambless Staff Writer When it comes to finding the right employee for a job opening, many companies opt for letting someone else do the paperwork. That’s where Integrity Staffing comes in. The national staffing agency is headquartered in Newark, DE., but has locations across the country. “We are an entity that serves as a matchmaker for prospective employees and employers for positions that are temporary, long-term and also directly hired, meaning that we hire employees directly for your business,” said Robert Osborne, who works in the Newark office but has helped several Maryland companies. “Integrity Staffing was founded in 1997 by Todd Bavol and Sean Montgomery. We specialize in temporary and direct-hire employment and customized staffing models that facilitate the growth of careers, communities and companies,” Osborne said. “Specialty practice areas include accounting, finance, clerical, administrative and large-scale, high-volume warehouse fulfillment. What began as a small, three-person staffing agency in Newark has grown to a major force in the staffing industry with over 200 staff members managing many thousands of associates.” Integrity Staffing’s reach extends through all of Delaware’s three counties, as well as Cecil and Harford counties in Maryland. “We also have an office in Baltimore, Md., three in New Jersey, three in Pennsylvania, one in Virginia, and 23 other states across the country,” Osborne said. The advantage of working with Integrity Staffing is “We do all the work. All you need to do is review the candidates that we present to you,” Osborne said. Instead of reading through hundreds of applications, including those for people who may not suited for the job opening, employers get only the best applicants. “The key is the five-step recruiting process we use to generate more successful candidates,” Osborne said. “We work first to understand the needs of our clients, as well as the company’s culture. Then, to attract the right talent to meet a client’s specific needs, Integrity creates a marketing campaign using traditional, digital and social media. “Once potential candidates have been identified,

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Integrity’s dedicated team conducts interviews that go beyond identifying basic job skills,” Osborne continued. “We dig deeper to ensure a candidate will be successful in the client’s culture. We work to understand personalities, not just abilities. Integrity conducts behavioral, psychographic, drug and background testing, as well as identifying fundamental skills.” Integrity Staffing has worked with the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce, Advanced Solar/Heating, the Cecil County Department of Health, and the Town of Elkton. The company also helps staff the new Amazon Fulfillment Center in North East, Md. In the two years that Integrity Staffing has been a member of the Cecil Countty Chamber, the company has seen the benefits of membership. “It’s one of the places to increase your visibility to others in the business community, and membership provides access to all kinds of programs and events, which are many,” Osborne said. “I enjoy what I do for a living,” he added. “It is very satisfying to know that you are impacting someone’s life in a positive way by providing the associate a place of employment, a weekly income, an opportunity to expand their skill sets and a way to contribute to their local community.” For more information about Integrity Staffing, visit www. IntegrityStaffing.com, or follow the company on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Robert Osborne can be reached at 302-504-9919.

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS Union Hospital When you feel better, you live better. Union Hospital recognizes that connection and wants to empower the communities they serve to live their best life every day. Located in Elkton, Maryland, Union Hospital is an awardwinning, full-service community hospital that is nationally recognized for clinical excellence in the treatment and prevention of disease. Since 1908, this not-for-profit hospital has been dedicated to providing superior, personalized, quality healthcare for the residents of Cecil County and neighboring communities in Delaware and southern Pennsylvania. Union Hospital combines the latest technology with the warm, personal touch you would expect from a community hospital. More than 1,300 staff members and 360 physicians offer outpatient, surgical, and emergency services, as well as comprehensive health education programs. In addition to patient and family-friendly inpatient services, Union Hospital provides wound care, sleep studies, diabetes care, adult day services, and expert minimally invasive surgery. The Intensive Care, Behavioral Health,

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and Observation Units, along with an expanded ER, are staffed with specially trained teams and offer state-of-theart medical equipment. The hospital is also a designated Primary Stroke Center, a designation given by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Management Systems (MIEMMS). Union Multi-Specialty Practices is a large and diverse group of physician practices owned by Union Hospital. A variety of specialties are available to meet your family’s healthcare needs. With such an abundance of accessible practices, referrals to a specialist are easy and most insurance is accepted. Our facilities are state-of-the-art and our physicians are leaders in their fields. You can depend on our medical practices to deliver the type of healthcare excellence you and your family deserve. At Union MultiSpecialty Practices, you get the highest quality in Board Certified Primary and Specialty Care serving Cecil County families at convenient locations throughout the community. To learn more about Union Hospital’s commitment to Cecil County, visit www.uhcc.com or call 410-398-4000.


Perry Point Veterans Affairs Medical Center If you served in the United States military, you may be eligible to receive VA health care, even if you have private health insurance. For eligible veterans living and working in Cecil County, the Perry Point VA Medical Center provides close, convenient access to a broad range of inpatient, outpatient and primary care services. A division of the VA Maryland Health Care System, the medical center provides inpatient intermediate and long-term care programs, including nursing home care, rehabilitation services, geriatric evaluation and management, respite care, and hospice care, as well as recovery-focused residential and outpatient services for mental health and substance abuse. Veterans receiving care at Perry Point also have access to an even wider range of services and specialty care available throughout the VA Maryland Health Care System, with free shuttle transportation provided to the Baltimore VA Medical Center and other VA sites. Veterans who are not yet enrolled for VA health care are encouraged to apply online at www.va.gov (click on “Apply now for VA health care�) or by calling 1-877-222-VETS (8387). The Medical Center campus is also home to the Perry Point Veterans Museum at the Grist Mill. The museum is open to the public and highlights nearly four centuries of history along the Perry Point Peninsula. Admission is free. For hours of operation and details, call 410-642-2411 ext. 22151. To learn more about the Perry Point VA Medical Center, call the Community Outreach Office at 410-642-1717 or visit www.maryland.va.gov.

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Cecil County is also home to a number of high-quality recovery and rehabilitative services facilities. These include: Calvert Manor Healthcare Center, Rising Sun ...............................(410) 658-9002 www.calvertmanor.com Elkton Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Elkton ............................(410) 398-6474 Endearment, LLC, Elkton .................................................................(443) 350-9728 www.Endearmentassistedliving.com Laurelwood Care Center, Elkton .....................................................(410) 398-8800 www. laurelwoodcare.com Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall, Earleville ......(410) 275-6200 www.bracebridgerecoverycenter.com Recovery Source, LLC, North East .................................................(410) 441-4617 www.dexterhouse.org STEPS Recovery Resources Inc., Colora.......................................(443) 553-0523 www. stepsrecoveryresources.org

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the Conowingo office offers an onsite pharmacy. To learn more about West Cecil Health Center and the services provided at each location, please visit our website at www.westcecilhealth.org or contact our office by phone at (410) 378-9696.

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EDUCATION Building a Foundation for Lifelong Learning Cecil County Public Schools Cecil County Public Schools is home to over 15,000 students and 2,100 employees. CCPS is home to 2013 Maryland Teacher of the Year and National Teacher of the Year Finalist, Rhonda Holmes-Blankenship. In addition, CCPS was named the 2012 Large Business of the Year by the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce. All five Cecil County high schools have a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Academy in partnership with Cecil College, whereby students follow a rigorous course sequence, including numerous college-credit classes, that culminates with the presentation of each student’s individually researched capstone project. Career and Technology Education is another highlight of the county’s educational opportunities, particularly at the Cecil County School of Technology which offers over 20 programs with the opportunity for students to gain certification in their respective program. In August 2015, the School of Technology relocated to a state-of-the-art building, allowing more opportunities for all students. With the addition of new programs and the expansion of existing programs, the number of students able to attend the school has doubled. To learn more about Cecil County Public Schools, visit www. ccps.org or call 410-996-5400. To reach the Early Childhood Development Department, call 410-996-5424. To reach the Special Education Department, call 410-996-5449.

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The new North East Branch Library is scheduled to open in late 2020. Located in the North East Station shopping center, anchored by Lowes and Food Lion, the new library will serve all ages with an early literacy center, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s room, teen area, business commons, digital media lab and quiet reading room. For more information about the project, visit www.northeastlibrary.org

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Cecil College Founded in 1968 to meet the postsecondary and continuing education needs of Cecil County residents, Cecil College has been serving the community and shaping its future for 50 years. With a diverse student population, Cecil College enrolls 3,000 credit students and more than 3,500 non-credit students annually. Cecil offers associate degrees, certificate programs, and non-credit classes. Classes, taught by qualified faculty, can be taken in a traditional classroom setting with some being offered online. Many of the programs can transfer to four-year institutions. The College offers a full range of day and evening classes along with a new fully online General Studies degree. Cecil offers a variety of associate degrees and certificate programs. The college has formalized articulation agreements with public and private four-year institutions throughout Maryland and the United States to expedite the transfer process for Cecil students and graduates. Cecil College has 2+2 partnerships with Wilmington University and University of Maryland University College. Students

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can complete a bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in materials engineering from Frostburg State University or a bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in social work from Salisbury University without leaving Cecil County. Students can also opt to take non-credit courses to upgrade their job skills or expand their horizons.


Certifications are available for various healthcare careers. Additionally, students can earn computer certifications in several areas as well as business and management training certificates. Cecil College is a member of the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference in all sports and competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association. The college fields men’s teams in baseball, basketball, and soccer; and women’s teams in basketball, softball, soccer, and volleyball. The college is adding cross country for Fall 2019. The athletic programs have won numerous titles, including the 2018 NJCAA Region XX women’s basketball championship. Cecil College’s locations include the North East campus, Elkton Station, College Crossing, and the Bainbridge Center. For more information, visit www.cecil.edu or call 410-287-1000.

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Immaculate Conception School Are you happy with your child’s school? Or do you wish that your child was more engaged and challenged? At Immaculate Conception School, we maintain a high academic standard. Our talented and experienced teachers elevate their students to a higher level. The keys to our students’ success are our small class sizes, the relationship the teacher has with each student, and the individual attention each student receives. Immaculate Conception School is a small Catholic school, PreK-3 to 8th grade, located in a quiet neighborhood in Elkton, MD. The students here come from different backgrounds, yet they all have one thing in common—the desire

to achieve more. ICS offers a structured environment in which our students develop a strong moral character, a desire for academic excellence, and an understanding of personal responsibility by participating in community service projects. In addition, we offer transportation, competitive sports, flexible PreK-3 and PreK-4 programs and theater. If you are interested in scheduling a tour of ICS, please contact Emily Murphy, Advancement Director, emurphy@ icschoolweb.org or 410-398-2636. Or check us out on the web: www.icschoolweb.org.

Mount Aviat Academy Mount Aviat Academy is a private Catholic elementary school in the Diocese of Wilmington. Located on a beautiful 25+acre campus in Elkton, Mount Aviat is well positioned to serve Preschool to 8th Grade students in MD, DE, and PA. Since 1960, the school has been run and staffed by the Oblate Sisters of St. Francis de Sales as well as lay teachers who strive to live out the school’s Mission: to provide instruction in the message of Christ; to offer an educational environment that promotes high academic standards; and

to instill the principles of scholarship, citizenship and service in students. MAA was recognized in 2014 as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and in 2016 as an Innovator in Catholic Education. For more information or to schedule a tour, visit our website at www.MountAviat.org or call 410.398.2206.

The Tome School The Tome School sets high standards in academics and personal behavior with a rigorous academic program and a dedicated, caring faculty that helps students reach their potential and acquire the skills that they will need to lead successful lives. The ‘Tome Way’ has always been to provide a top-quality education to students at an affordable cost—that was what Jacob Tome envisioned when he founded the school in 1889. With its long tradition of excellence, the Tome School continues to be true to that mission today, focusing on academics, character, and community. The school educates approximately 455 K-12 students each year. With small

class sizes—the maximum number of students is 14 in kindergarten, 20 in grades 1-8, and 25 in grades 9-12—the faculty members offer the personal attention that students need. The Tome School is proud to be a part of the Cecil County community, and has been an active member of the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce for 30 years. The Tome School is located at 581 S. Maryland Avenue in North East, MD. For more information, visit www.tomeschool.org. or call 410-287-2050.

West Nottingham Academy Located in Colora, MD., West Nottingham Academy serves day and boarding students from the Mid-Atlantic and around the world. For 275 years, West Nottingham has been educating students for success in college and beyond, with 100 percent of our students matriculating to colleges and universities. More than just a college preparatory school, West Nottingham’s core values include environmental sustainability, global citizenship, and a strong sense of community. Our programs include the Artist-in-Residence Teaching Program, the Chesapeake

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Learning Center for individualized coaching, and STEM education in the Innovation Center. Current enrollment is 120 co-ed students in grades 9-12 and post-graduate. Over 80 percent of our students live on campus, representing 20 different countries. West Nottingham provides over $1.5 million in tuition assistance to over 40 percent of our students. Visit us at www.WNA.org or call 410-658-9279.


MEMBER SPOTLIGHT Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra Certified Pubic Accountants & Business Consultants By Drewe Phinny Staff Writer In 1979, Carol Weyrich, Bill Cronin and Manny Sorra started an accounting firm in Baltimore County. Since then, Weyrich, Cronin and Sorra CPAs and Business Consultants has expanded into Harford (Bel Air) and Cecil (Elkton) counties. Rayma McRoberts is the manager of the Elkton office at 200 South Bridge Street. In the financial industries, McRoberts explained, the older players are “solo flyers” who have established a brand and a reputation, and newer businesses tend to link up with the veterans. “We purchased or merged with Donald Greenberg’s practice. [Greenberg fully retired as of November 1, 2018]. We had also formerly gone into business with Jennifer Arches, who had Chesapeake Accounting,” McRoberts said. “So we basically got our footprint here in Cecil County through two acquisitions. Although we do have other business here, that’s what really put us on the map, so to speak.” Both additions occurred over the past seven years. In describing her business approach, McRoberts noted that the dynamics of Cecil County are very home-grown. “Just being here matters a lot,” she said. “Folks like to do business with people who are here. They don’t want to have to go to Wilmington or Newark or into Baltimore, which is almost absurd for them.” With all the sophisticated ways to increase product awareness, McRoberts cited the age-old concept of word-of-mouth as a primary force. “I’ve been doing marketing now in the company for about ten or 11 years with the chamber and some other networking groups, so the presence and the recognition is there,” she said. As senior manager of the Elkton office, McRoberts shares that responsibility with co-worker Janet Gomes, CPA. “We go back and forth between Bel Air and Elkton, although I’m here around 75 percent of the time,” she said. About 60 people work for the company, with eight at the Elkton office. Community outreach has played an important role in McRoberts’ life. She previously served on the board of Upper Bay Counseling and Support Services, and currently is on the board of the Fair Hill Nature Center. The center’s mission is to connect children and adults to the environment by educating, engaging and exploring local, natural resources. Or, as McRoberts put it, “They do a lot of cool stuff there.” Over the past year, Weyrich, Cronin and Sorra has made a commitment to be a supporter of the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce in terms of sponsorship. “So we have increased our involvement with the chamber in an effort to help beef up the organization, because they are there to support the business community and to be that one voice that we all need,” McRoberts said. One of the more impressive parts of the Cecil County business scene, McRoberts said, is simply the overall size. “You’d be surprised at the amount of business here, especially in the non-profit area,” she said. “Also the small, one-man shop, direct sellers even. There’s a lot of business here.” As proud as she is of the services her firm performs, McRoberts also has a

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deep sense of satisfaction when it comes to the overall commitment to the well-being of local residents. “Our practice has always been that we give back to the community,” she said. “You’ll find that a lot of our employees are on a board or some committee, or they’re volunteering, because that’s where we’re getting our money from and we feel that we should be giving back to them.” In commenting about the relationship with the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce, McRoberts said, “They have a legislative committee that definitely stays in tune with what’s going on business-wise, they have contacts at the state level, and they’re doing what they can so people can have a voice in Annapolis so that we can bring even more jobs to Cecil County. And that’s what it’s about – commerce, jobs, and making sure people have quality of life.

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HISTORY By Land and By Sea Cecil County is steeped in American history, and has many historic sites and districts, churches and museums. American Indians were the earliest inhabitants. “White men” arrived by ship in the early 1600s as part of an expedition led by one of Cecil’s most famous visitors - Captain John Smith. He and his men explored the rivers and met the native American residents living along their shorelines. Because of Cecil’s strategic location at the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay, it became a bustling transportation route during the colonial era. Wares and travelers, including famous founding fathers, arrived at and departed from its ports, and traveled by horse drawn wagons along the county’s dusty roads. In the early 19th century, less than one year after President James Madison persuaded Congress to embark on a second war with England, the British blockaded the Chesapeake Bay and sailed up the Elk River. It was April of 1813. They traveled the Elk, North East, and Sassafras Rivers and burned waterfront houses and buildings of commerce at Frenchtown, Fredericktown, and Principio Furnace. Due to the action and bravery of local citizens, the

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British were unable to reach the county seat of Elkton, thus could not burn the town. They considered setting their sights on Port Deposit along the Susquehanna River, but reconsidered. During the Civil War, Cecil became a border county in a border state, with some citizens supporting the Union, and others the Confederacy. No battles took place in this part of Maryland, but there were notable people and happenings. What is now the Town of Perryville became a staging area for Union troops and supplies as well as the site of a “Mule School” which readied the animals for troop transport and war. Snow’s Battery was one of the county’s notable Civil War units from Port Deposit, which battled alongside Union forces at Antietam. Many Cecil County men left their homes and families to fight on both sides, with and against family and neighbors. A drive through Cecil County today will take visitors past exquisite manor homes, 18th century churches, and covered bridges. Roadside historic markers tout the area’s history including inns, taverns, and plantations where folks like Lafayette and Washington hung their hats. Travelers can visit the C&D Canal Museum, or Mount Harmon - a tobacco plantation south of Cecilton. They can tour Upper Bay Museum, or Sinking Springs Herb Farm where a sycamore tree that sprouted in the 1500s spreads its shade over an 18th Century log farmhouse.


Rodgers Tavern stands on the east bank of the Susquehanna River in Perryville. The tavern is a monument to our country’s early history and a reminder of a past way of life in Cecil County. Built in the early eighteenth century, the tavern was known first as the Ferry House or Stevenson’s Tavern and was located next to a ferry established in 1695. The Rodgers family was actively involved in supporting the American cause during the Revolutionary War. In 1775, John Rodgers raised and commanded a company of militia for the defense of Maryland. Because of the Tavern’s strategic location on the main thoroughfare, and the owner’s patriotic tendencies, it was a favorite stopping place for such Revolutionary figures as George Washington, Lafayette, and Rochambeau. Other distinguished visitors included Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Just one year after John Rodgers bought the tavern, in 1781, Washington brought officers and troops through the Lower Ferry Crossing on his way to his victorious campaign against Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia.

The Tome School for Boys, originally located on Main Street in Port Deposit, Maryland was founded by Jacob Tome as a nonsectarian college preparatory school for boys. It opened for boarders and received its first students in 1894. It was part of a system of schools that began with kindergarten and extended through high school that was collectively known as the Jacob Tome Institute. The Tome School is significant in military history as the location of the Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) from 1943 to 1974, excepting the years 1949 to 1951. The NAPS, the third oldest school in the U.S. Navy after the Naval Academy and the Naval War College, prepares enlisted candidates in the Navy and Marine Corps for admission to the Naval Academy. The NAPS was located in the Tome School buildings for a total of 29 years covering a period of three major wars, during which the school played a continuing role in providing naval leadership for those conflicts. For more information about Cecil County history, visit http://www.cecilhistory.org or call 410-398-1790.

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RECREATION AND LEISURE Something for Everyone Cecil County’s Elk Neck State Park, Elk Neck State Forest and Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area offer over 200 miles of shoreline and 11,000 acres of preserved forests, field and trails for hiking, horseback riding and biking enthusiasts. Five rivers, the C&D Canal and the Upper Chesapeake Bay provide abundant boating, fishing and swimming. Cecil County offers youth sports, family-friendly events, golf courses, and wonderful scenery for nature photographers. Historic towns are home to specialty shops, award-winning restaurants and museums. Cecil County’s destinations include our scenic state parks, Maryland’s first casino, a creamery with homemade ice cream, several wineries, relaxing boat rides, historic covered bridges, “pickyour-own” farms and orchards, a country zoo, historic villages, a lighthouse, a tobacco plantation, a basket factory and more. Family-friendly events throughout the year include Highland Gathering Scottish Games, Fair Hill Races, the Cecil County Fair, the Fair Hill Point-to-Point and Fair Hill International, as well as street festivals, art shows, car shows, triathlons, house tours, parades, wine and food festivals, fireworks, heritage celebrations, drag strip races and walking tours.

The Cecil County Department of Parks and Recreation The Cecil County Department of Parks and Recreation operates and maintains over 600 acres of parkland/open space, three indoor facilities, and three boat ramps which offer boaters access to the waters of Cecil County and the Chesapeake Bay. Main venues include: • Cecil County Sports Complex which hosts youth sports functions. • Conowingo Park which hosts youth sports activities and offers walking trails, bird watching, and kayak/canoe access to the Susquehanna River. • Cecil Community Center which hosts youth sports activities and features a walking trail, a fishing pond, tennis courts, and an indoor facility that is used for various community functions and rentals.

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• Cecil Arena, an indoor facility which houses youth and adult sports and fitness activities. It is also rented to the public for meetings, clinics and birthday parties. • Calvert Regional Park is a 122-acre site which is the County’s first Regional Park. Phase I houses a 1-mile paved walking trail, seven natural grass linear fields, one synthetic turf field, three basketball courts and two playgrounds. Phase II consists of an additional three linear grass fields and two parking lots. Phase III construction is slated to begin during the 2020 budget cycle. • Calvert Regional Park which also brings sports tourism to the County. • Cecil County’s first Curatorship, which was established in 2009. This project, performed with private dollars, restored a historic house located on the Calvert property. A complete history of the project can be found on the County’s web site under Parks & Recreation, “Hebron’s Gift.” • The County’s three public boat ramps which are: Elk River Park with two ramps, a pavilion and a large parking facility; Stemmers Run with two ramps and a large parking facility; and Fredericktown with one ramp and limited parking. • The Holly Tree Lighting, a traditional event that began in 1948. Located on Holly Tree Lane off of Jackson Station Rd. This, in conjunction with the North East Christmas Parade, starts the holiday season in the County.

• In 1974, the State of Maryland purchased 5,655 acres in Fair Hill from the estate of William DuPont, Jr. Features of the property today include: • More than 80 miles of trails and farm roads for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding • Five blazed hiking trails offering hiking options from easy to moderate to difficult • Historic Foxcatcher Farm Covered Bridge which spans Big Elk Creek, a favorite site of anglers • The Fair Hill Nature and Environmental Center which conducts environmental education programs for the community and all Cecil County students grades two through five • Locations for many TV and film productions, including “Beloved” • Numerous ecosystems including grasslands, trout streams, ponds, wetlands and approximately 3,000 acres of mature woodlands, supporting habitats of a wide variety of wildlife • R.V. hookup sites, including stabling facilities for 119 horses To learn more about Fair Hill Nature Center, visit www.fairhillnature.org or call 410-398-4909. To learn more about Cecil County Department of Parks and Recreation, visit www.ccgov.org/government/parks-and-recreation or call 410-996-8101.

All County Parks and Recreation programs and resources can be located at www.cecilrec.org.

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TOURISM, SHOPPING AND DINING Tempt Your Senses with Cecil County’s Great Outdoors! Feel the breeze as you paddle a shimmering

waterway… or as your horse trots across a country field.

Hear the squawk of a seagull soaring overhead…

or the echo-o-o of your voice inside a covered bridge.

Taste perfectly seasoned steamed crabs, sizzling

steaks, or other Chesapeake Bay cuisine after a day of hiking and bird watching.

Watch a deer munch foliage along a wooded trail…

or a brilliant sunset burst across the horizon at the end of the day.

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Smell fine leather saddles as horse and rider ready for

an adventure, or the scent of a delicious breakfast drifting beneath your door at an inn.

Cecil County has beautiful State Parks and over 100 miles of trails for hiking, biking, or horseback riding.

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Foodie Alert! Eat local! Award winning Cecil County restaurants offer mouthwatering menu items and authentic dining experiences. Discover delicious Chesapeake Bay entrĂŠes, gourmet cuisine with wine pairings, sizzling steaks, sushi, down-home family fare, and more, at eateries along the waterfront, in charming small towns, and in the countryside. Many offer seasonal outdoor dining and scenic views, as well as being surrounded by unique specialty shops. Enjoy foodie destinations with taste-tempting treats such as local baked goods, wine, craft beers, homemade ice cream, doughnuts, confections from the chocolate shop, farm fresh cheese, honey, and seasonal produce.

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State Line Liquors Four Generations Family Owned & Operated. Since 1937.

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Family Fun Make new friends at Plumpton Park Zoo, take a horseback trail ride, drop a line to nab a fish, play foot golf or disc golf, or tackle a challenging paint ball course. Rent a kayak and paddle the shorelines, hike a trail, tour a historic plantation, or take a sight-seeing boat ride. Enjoy farm destinations offering “pick your own” fruits, seasonal activities, and produce stands, or book an appointment to visit with adorable Alpacas. And save time for treasure hunting at antique and specialty shops.

Ranked #2 Best Beer Retailer in the USA by

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Fine Wines • Liquors • Specialty Beers Gourmet Foods • Cheeses Growler Bar with 25 Taps 1610 Elkton Rd., Elkton, MD 1 (800) 446-WINE 1 (410) 398-3838 statelineliquors.com

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Experience Cecil County History, Harbors, and Horses FoodieCecil.com SeeCecil.org


YOU DREAM IT ACCOMPLISH IT HERE Innovation is equal parts science and magical thinking. Dreamers revolutionize the way we live, one bold idea at a time. From next-generation space technologies to nanomedicine, Cecil County businesses enhance what we know and how we grow. As a premier location for innovation, Cecil County, Maryland powers this process through business-focused initiatives and fast-track permitting.

World-class companies include: Amazon, Northrop Grumman, WL Gore, and Terumo Medical

Situated along I-95 in the middle of the East Coast, Cecil County businesses can access over 90 million domestic consumers overnight, or use other prime transportation options such as port, rail, and plane

Affordable commercial space ranging in size from 100 to 1,000 acres

Home to cutting edge startups like Clene Nanomedicine and Operative Experience

19,000 acres of Opportunity Zone sites

Robust, talented workforce ranging from entry to executive-level

Innovative assistance programs supporting strategic growth through corporate training assistance and tax credits geared toward job creation and manufacturing

Cecil County — where dreamers are welcome. Contact the Cecil County Office of Economic Development at 410.996.6292 or www.cecilbusiness.org.


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REAL ESTATE Your Oasis Awaits You! Cecil County is less than an hour from the metropolitan areas of Philadelphia and Baltimore, and a short drive from Dover, DE, and Lancaster, PA. Discover nearby beaches and mountains, just two hours away. Cecil Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s diverse real estate market includes waterfront homes, farmland, residential developments, multi-family units, and commercial properties, making this a beautiful place to spend the day...or a lifetime. Local newspapers and the Internet are great ways to learn about the local housing market. Use this Directory to find a variety of resources, including hotels, realtors, movers and storage companies.

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KEY REALTY & APPRAISAL Unlocking the Doors to Better Living Leonard E. Wilson, Jr. Broker • Realtor • Appraiser

147 E. Main St Elkton, MD 21921 Cell: 443-553-2256 Office: 410-398-1247

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

Honoring Dr. Carl Roberts, a tireless leader and invaluable resource As a longtime member of the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Carl Roberts has chaired the chamber’s Government Relations Committee since 2012. His achievements in this capacity include guiding the planning of the annual Cecil Night in Annapolis, monitoring proposed legislation on behalf of chamber members, and researching potential impact on local businesses. He also serves as emcee for the Chamber’s annual State of the County Breakfast. While he shies away from the spotlight, Carl was singled out for the Chamber’s 2018 IMPACT Cecil County Award. IMPACT stands for Individuals Making Positive Additions and Changes To Cecil County, and that’s certainly the case here. Recipients are recognized for having achieved something – or more than one thing -- so big, so impactful, that it just has to acknowledged. Carl is highly regarded by his peers, those he serves, and those who have reported to him during his varied career. He has been described as a leader, a facilitator, a mediator, a liaison and even “an ultimate planner.” Someone else called him “an invaluable resource in Cecil County.” There is widespread speculation that retirement is not in his vocabulary. Carl spent 40 years in education, beginning in Cecil County in 1968 at North East Elementary School, where he taught physical education. He transferred to Elkton High School, where he spent one year. He then served as the director of the Donaldson Brown Conference Center for the University of Maryland from 1970 to 1973, and then returned to teaching in 1973 with Harford County Public Schools, where he served for 23 years as a teacher, assistant principal, principal and assistant superintendent. He returned to Cecil County Public Schools in 1996, where he served as the Superintendent of Schools for 12 years, before retiring in 2008. Along the way, Carl has been the past President of the Public School Superintendents Association of Maryland, and for several years he served as the organization’s Legislative Chairperson, meeting with legislators and testifying before the General Assembly. Carl also served as the Executive Director for the Public School Superintendents’ Association of Maryland, and currently serves as strategic

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Dr. Carl Roberts receives the 2018 IMPACT Award.

consultant to County Executive Alan McCarthy. In this current role, Carl has assisted in creating a comprehensive customer service plan for county employees. He serves as liaison between Cecil County government and Cecil County public schools, and he has assisted in strategic planning for substance abuse prevention. There is hardly an institution in Cecil County that has not been touched in a positive way by Carl’s leadership, guidance and knowledge. Our schools, our County government, and our Chamber are better for having him involved, and we look forward to many more years of working together.

Legislative Advocacy on Behalf of our Members The Cecil County Chamber serves as the voice of business at the county, state and local levels. The Chamber’s Government Relations Committee (GRC) is made up of volunteers from local businesses of all types and sizes. The committee meets periodically throughout the year, and weekly from mid-January


through early April while the Maryland State Legislature is in session. Chamber members are invited to attend any or all committee meetings to share information and views about pending legislation. The GRC often hosts state and local elected officials at regular committee meetings for candid discussions of business-related issues. The committee also hosts special events each year, including the State of the County Breakfast, Cecil Night in Annapolis, and a Legislative Wrap-up at the end of the legislative session. In election years, candidate forums may also be coordinated and hosted by committee members. The GRC also releases a Legislative Issues Online Survey to chamber members each fall. The data provided helps the committee prioritize topics and concerns in preparation for the upcoming Legislative Session and create the Chamber’s Legislative Brief that is shared with the entire General Assembly at Cecil Night in Annapolis. This information is critical to the GRC to ensure that we are properly representing Chamber members’ priorities and concerns associated with local, state and federal legislation.

Legislative Priorities Maryland General Assembly Session 2019 Cecil County Chamber of Commerce members responded to the annual Government Relations Committee legislative priority survey. The results provided the basis for the following list of concerns, in priority order: • Education - Cecil County Public Schools, K-12 • Opioid/Heroin Epidemic • Public Safety • Higher Education – Cecil College, Certifications and Licensure • Workforce Development/Availability • Development – Commercial/Residential • Infrastructure: Utilities – Water, Wastewater, Natural Gas • Infrastructure/Transportation: Bridges/Roads • High Speed Internet/Technology • Public Transportation (Bus, rail, etc.) For more information on the GRC, contact Katie Lewis at 410-392-3833.

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MEMBERSHIP INDEX 1-Touch Solutions, LLC .................................(410) 398-2248 TELEPHONE SYSTEMS AND SERVICES 2 Guys Flooring Concepts Inc.......................(484) 889-4692 CLEANING AND JANITORIAL SERVICES 4Ten Vapors ....................................................(410) 618-2211 RETAIL STORES

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A. John Price, Patterson Price Real Estate ..(302) 378-9550 REAL ESTATE Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce ................(410) 272-2580 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE About Town Limousine ..................................(410) 287-6400 LIMOUSINE SERVICES Abra Auto Body Repair ..................................(410) 658-5553 AUTOMOBILE PARTS/REPAIR AND SERVICE Acorn Management Co., Inc. .........................(410) 620-0004 STORAGE ACS Services ..................................................(484) 832-8198 HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING ADP ..................................................................(412) 427-7967 HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES Advanced Pest Management .....................(800) 5NO-BUGS PEST CONTROL SERVICES AdvoCare International ..................................(610) 858-0113 HEALTH MAINTENANCE Aero Energy ....................................................(410) 939-3300 OIL AND GAS SERVICE Aging Life Guides, LLC ..................................(443) 207-8834 HEALTH CARE Air-Clear, LLC....................................(443) 245-3400 ext. 113 AIR QUALITY SERVICES Aire Serv Heating & Air .................................(410) 620-5400 HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Albert P. Close Foundation ............................(410) 838-2237 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Allegiant Fire Protection, LLC .......................(302) 454-1240 FIRE PROTECTION/PREVENTION SYSTEMS Alpha Engineering, Inc...................................(302) 834-3344 ENGINEERS Altra Lawncare & Landscaping Services, Inc....................................................(410) 392-0880 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Amazon MDT2 North East MD .......................(855) 574-2049 DISTRIBUTION CENTER American Cancer Society ..............................(302) 324-4227 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION American Home & Hardware .........................(410) 398-1900 BUILDING MATERIALS American Land Consultants, Inc...................(410) 398-5000 ENGINEERS - CIVIL American Spirit Federal Credit Union...........(302) 738-4515 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS American Van and Storage Corporation ......(302) 369-0900 MOVING AND STORAGE Anchor Buick GMC .........................................(410) 398-0700 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS/SALES APEX Piping Systems, Inc. ............................(302) 995-6136 WELDING FABRICATION AND SUPPLIES APG Federal Credit Union ............ (410) 272-4000 ext. 3571 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Apple Auto.......................................................(410) 398-1600 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS/SALES Ardent Title Company ....................................(410) 996-9780 REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

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Aristotle Education Foundation Michael Garrity................................................(443) 877-7191 ESTATE PLANNING Armored Fire Protection ................................(302) 563-3516 FIRE PROTECTION/PREVENTION SYSTEMS Armstrong .......................................................(877) 277-5711 CABLE/TELEVISION Artesian Water ................................................(302) 453-6900 UTILITIES Asian Garden ..................................................(410) 398-3333 RESTAURANTS Atlantic Home Loans ......................................(302) 803-5010 MORTGAGE LENDING ATV Office Center ...........................................(410) 287-8710 REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL AUI Power........................................................(443) 715-0000 ELECTRICAL SERVICES - COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL

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Bainbridge Development Corporation..........(410) 378-9200 BUILDERS/LAND DEVELOPMENT Baker’s Restaurant .........................................(410) 398-2435 RESTAURANTS Baker, Thomey and Emrey, P.A. ....................(410) 398-3536 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Basement Systems USA ................................(410) 858-4610 BUILDERS/REMODELING Basin Run Animal Hospital ............................(410) 658-5709 VETERINARIANS Bathon Builders, Inc.......................................(410) 398-0800 CONSTRUCTION - GENERAL CONTRACTORS Bay Country Associates, Inc. ........................(302) 540-4106 CONSTRUCTION - GENERAL CONTRACTORS Bay View Yacht Sales .....................................(410) 885-2468 BOAT SALES AND SERVICE BBSI .................................................................(443) 519-2785 INSURANCE BCV Commercial Realty, LLC ............. (410) 296-2626 ext. 4 REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL Belle Hill Self Storage ....................................(410) 620-9900 STORAGE Benefit Watch, LLC .........................................(410) 931-6700 INSURANCE Best Western North East Inn .........................(410) 287-5450 HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Better Business Bureau of Maryland............(410) 347-3990 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Binns Consulting, LLC ...................................(443) 350-5781 CONSULTING - NONPROFITS Body Force Fitness ........................................(855) 748-7246 FITNESS FACILITY Bowers Law.....................................................(410) 885-6200 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Boys & Girls Clubs of Cecil County..............(443) 720-0669 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Brand3 .............................................................(844) 527-2633 CONSULTANT Brian Jones, L&W Insurance .........................(302) 379-0073 INSURANCE Bristoll Plantation Landscaping....................(410) 392-6001 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Brown, Brown & Young, P.A. .........................(410) 392-3900 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Builders Surplus Center, Inc. ........................(410) 287-7040 BUILDING MATERIALS Bulle Rock .......................................................(410) 939-8887 GOLF COURSES AND CLUBS

Business and Education Partnership Advisory Council (BEPAC) ...........................................................(410) 996-5474 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Buttonwood Beach R.V. Resort .....................(410) 275-2108 CAMPGROUNDS AND RV PARKS

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C3ntral Tavern.................................................(410) 392-5000 RESTAURANTS Calvert Farm....................................................(410) 658-3914 AGRICULTURE AND FARM Calvert Manor Healthcare Center ..................(410) 658-9002 HEALTH CARE Camdyn’s Yard ................................................(443) 350-6615 EVENT PLANNING Canton Kitchens .............................................(443) 553-7312 MANUFACTURERS Captain’s Quarters for Pets, LLC ..................(410) 398-8320 PET SERVICES - GROOMING/KENNEL/SUPPLIES Career & Continuing Education, Cecil College ...................................................(410) 287-1000 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Carolyn Kappra of Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate ......................................................(302) 545-1373 REAL ESTATE - AGENTS CB Lifestyle Coaching, LLC ..........................(443) 854-5096 HEALTH CARE Cecil Bank .......................................................(410) 398-1650 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Cecil Business Leaders .................................(410) 920-0480 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Cecil College ...................................................(410) 287-1000 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Cecil County Arts Council .............................(410) 392-5740 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Cecil County Board of Realtors, Inc. ............(410) 398-4844 TRADE ASSOCIATIONS Cecil County Breeders’ Fair, Inc./ Fair Hill Races ................................................(410) 398-2578 HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Cecil County Chamber of Commerce ...........(410) 392-3833 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Cecil County Classroom Teachers Association (CCCTA) ...........................................................(410) 656-0200 TRADE ASSOCIATIONS Cecil County Community Mediation Center.(443) 207-5159 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Cecil County Council .....................................(410) 996-5201 GOVERNMENT Cecil County Department of Community Services ......................................(410) 996-5295 GOVERNMENT Cecil County Department of Emergency Services ......................................(410) 392-2012 GOVERNMENT Cecil County Department of Parks and Recreation .....................................(410) 996-8101 GOVERNMENT Cecil County Department of Social Services(410) 996-0100 GOVERNMENT Cecil County Fair ............................................(410) 392-3440 AGRICULTURE AND FARM Cecil County Firemen’s Association ............(410) 441-0691 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Cecil County Government .............................(410) 996-5201 GOVERNMENT


Cecil County Health Department...................(410) 996-5550 HEALTH CARE Cecil County Life Magazine/Ad Pro Inc. .......(610) 869-5553 NEWSPAPERS/PERIODICALS Cecil County Office of Economic Development ...................................................(410) 996-6292 GOVERNMENT Cecil County Public Library............ (410) 996-5600 ext. 128 PUBLIC LIBRARY Cecil County Public Schools .........................(410) 996-5400 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Cecil County School EFCU ............................(410) 398-6921 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Cecil County Sheriff’s Office .........................(410) 996-5500 GOVERNMENT Cecil County Tourism.....................................(410) 996-6299 TOURISM Cecil Dancenter ..............................................(410) 287-3546 DANCE SCHOOL Cecil TV ...........................................................(215) 850-0238 CABLE/TELEVISION Cecil Whig .......................................................(443) 245-5074 ADVERTISING AND MEDIA Chateau Bu-De, LLC Bohemia Manor Farm (410) 885-2500 WINERIES Chesapeake Bay Golf Club ............................(410) 658-4343 GOLF COURSES AND CLUBS Chesapeake Bay Yoga & Wellness ...............(254) 290-1141 HEALTH CARE Chesapeake City Chamber of Commerce ....(410) 920-7018 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Chesapeake Feline Association ....................(410) 507-0664 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Chesapeake Inn Restaurant & Marina ..........(410) 885-2040 RESTAURANTS Chesapeake Pawn Brokers............................(410) 885-3034 PAWN SHOP Chesapeake Ridge..........................................(410) 287-7590 APARTMENTS Chesapeake Utilities.......................................(800) 427-0015 UTILITIES Chessie Marine Sales, Inc..............................(410) 620-2628 BOAT SALES AND SERVICE Chestnut Point Properties, LLC ....................(410) 937-9440 REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPMENT Chick-Fil-A - Elkton.........................................(410) 392-9494 RESTAURANTS Chili’s ...............................................................(410) 620-3165 RESTAURANTS Choptank Electric Cooperative, Inc. .............(410) 479-0380 UTILITIES Christmas in April - Cecil County..................(443) 907-5289 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION City Home Medical Supply, Inc......... (410) 392-2850 ext. 13 HOME HEALTH CARE Claremont Airport - Cecil County Airport .....(410) 398-0234 TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Clean Markets LLC (Delmarva Power Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs) .......................................(267) 250-4550 ENERGY EFFICIENCY Clene Nanomedicine, Inc. ..............................(443) 273-1618 MANUFACTURERS Clower, Parrack & Seaman ............................(410) 398-7400 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Colonial Life ....................................................(443) 350-7983 INSURANCE Colonial Metals ...............................................(410) 398-7200 MANUFACTURERS Comcast of Delmarva .....................................(302) 363-6162 CABLE/TELEVISION

Comfort Inn & Suites - North East ................(410) 287-7100 HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Community Fire Co. of Rising Sun, Inc. .......(410) 658-6300 BANQUET FACILITIES Community Fire Company of Perryville, MD, Inc...........................................(410) 642-2647 BANQUET FACILITIES Compass Home Inspections .........................(302) 563-7469 HOME INSPECTIONS Complete Recycling Group, LLC ..................(410) 398-6727 RECYCLING Composites USA.............................................(410) 287-2700 MANUFACTURERS CompReferrals ................................................(443) 309-4746 BUSINESS SERVICES Continuing Education Services, Inc. ............(410) 398-7036 EDUCATION - CONSULTANTS CORE - Design Group, LLC ...........................(410) 642-6639 ARCHITECTS Covenant Financial Strategies, Inc. ..............(410) 734-9113 FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS CQI Associates, LLC ......................................(410) 740-0667 UTILITIES Crothers Insurance Agencies, Inc.................(410) 658-5200 INSURANCE Crouse Brothers HVAC, Inc. ..........................(410) 398-1530 HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Crown Trophy of Glasgow .............................(302) 838-6600 RETAIL STORES

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Daddy O’s & Chef Du Jour Catering .............(610) 255-0300 RESTAURANTS Damsel In Defense - Melissa Comeau ..........(302) 367-0208 DIRECT SALES Dann Marine Towing.......................................(410) 885-5055 MARINE TRANSPORTATION Deep Roots, Inc. .............................................(410) 275-2194 HOMELESS SHELTER Del-Mar-Va Council, Inc. Boy Scouts of America .......................................................(302) 622-3300 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Delaware Express Shuttle & Tours (302) 454-7800 ext. 616 TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Delaware Small Business Chamber..............(302) 482-2120 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Delmarva Document Solutions, Inc. .............(410) 548-5844 COPIERS AND PRINTERS Delmarva Power..............................................(410) 287-7162 UTILITIES Delmarva Power Energy Savings for Business Program ....................................(301) 556-2025 ENERGY EFFICIENCY DEXSTA Federal Credit Union ......................(833) 2DEXSTA BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Division of Rehabilitation Services...............(410) 996-0620 EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES DLLR Division of Workforce Development ..(410) 996-0579 EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES Dolben .............................................................(410) 287-2371 APARTMENTS Domain Spa & Salon ......................................(410) 620-0711 PERSONAL SERVICE Drass Insurance Agency, Inc. ........................(302) 998-1331 INSURANCE Dyekman Design.............................................(410) 885-5680 GRAPHIC DESIGN

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EckerdConnects Youth Workforce Development Program ...................................(443) 907-1403 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Eco Solar Solutions........................................(302) 893-0073 UTILITIES Edward Jones .................................................(410) 398-4214 FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS Elk Landing Investigations LLC ....................(443) 406-6598 INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES Elkton Associates Limited Partnership ........(410) 752-5444 RETAIL STORES Elkton Car Wash .............................................(410) 398-2022 CAR WASH Elkton Chamber and Alliance ........................(410) 398-5076 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Elkton Dermatology........................................(443) 485-6614 HEALTH CARE Elkton Florist...................................................(410) 398-0550 FLORIST Elkton Ford......................................................(410) 398-3600 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS/SALES Elkton Homes, Inc. .........................................(410) 398-3242 MANUFACTURED HOMES Elkton Housing Authority ..............................(410) 398-5018 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS Elkton Nursing & Rehabilitation Center .......(410) 398-6474 HEALTH CARE Elkton Recycling.............................................(410) 392-2980 RECYCLING Elkton Road Self Storage...............................(410) 620-3931 STORAGE Elkton Smiles/Kevin Myint, DDS ...................(410) 398-9500 DENTISTS Elkton VFW Post 8175 ....................................(410) 392-3914 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Embrace Home Loans ....................................(443) 553-3862 REAL ESTATE - MORTGAGE LENDING Emory Hill Companies ...................................(302) 322-9500 REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL Encompass Health .........................................(302) 464-3400 HOSPITALS Endearment, LLC ............................................(443) 350-9728 HEALTH CARE Estuary Day Spa .............................................(412) 287-8269 PERSONAL SERVICE Exelon Generation - Conowingo Dam ..........(610) 765-5809 UTILITIES Exit Preferred Realty ......................................(410) 398-9000 REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

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Fair Hill International ...................................... (410) 398-2111 HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Fair Hill Nature Center....................................(410) 398-4909 NATURE CENTER Fair Hill Training Center .................................(410) 398-2992 HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Fairwinds Farm & Stables, Inc. .....................(410) 658-8187 HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Faith Based NonProfit Resource Center ......(443) 406-7520 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Firetower Farm Brewery ................................(443) 990-1159 MANUFACTURERS Fleetwood Insurance Group ..........................(410) 778-2260 INSURANCE Florida Institute of Technology; Aberdeen...(410) 272-7947 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING

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MEMBERSHIP INDEX Fluoron, Inc. ....................................................(410) 392-0220 MANUFACTURERS Freedom Hills Therapeutic Riding Program...............................................(410) 378-3817 HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Friends Foundation of the Cecil County Public Library................................... (410) 996-5600 ext. 474 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Fritz Printing ...................................................(410) 287-0460 PRINTERS/PUBLISHERS/TYPESETTERS/GRAPHICS Furnace Bay Golf Course ..............................(410) 642-6816 GOLF COURSES AND CLUBS

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Galahad Marine ...............................................(833) 425-2423 MARINAS Galvinell Meat Co. Inc. ...................................(410) 378-3032 BUTCHER Ganvir Law LLC ..............................................(410) 713-1512 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Gary Simpers Automotive, Inc. .....................(410) 287-8678 AUTOMOBILE PARTS/REPAIR AND SERVICE Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. .................(410) 515-9446 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING Greater Rising Sun Chamber of Commerce (410) 658-5522 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Ground Loop Heating & Air, Inc. ...................(410) 836-1706 HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Group Benefit Strategies, LLC ......................(410) 420-2828 INSURANCE Grunge Muffin Designs ..................................(443) 252-2800 GRAPHIC DESIGN

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H&B Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ......................(410) 885-5012 PLUMBING Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna..............(410) 638-4434 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Hampton Inn....................................................(410) 398-7777 HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Happy Helpers Transit, LLC...........................(443) 466-6038 TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Harford Bank - Elkton Branch .......................(410) 398-3426 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Harlan C. Williams Co. ...................................(410) 392-8646 REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL Havre de Grace Chamber of Commerce.......(410) 939-3303 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Healthiest Maryland Businesses...................(443) 257-9176 GOVERNMENT Heather Baraldi Lularoe with Baraldi Boutique.......................(610) 550-1344 DIRECT SALES Heidi’s Tupperware Palooza - Heidi Fontz ...(443) 257-1784 DIRECT SALES Heartland Payment Systems – Mark Aguilera (302) 837-7119 MERCHANT SERVICES Hertrich of Elkton ...........................................(443) 907-1500 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS/SALES Hill Culinary.....................................................(443) 567-9925 CATERERS Hillside Oil Heating & Cooling .......................(410) 398-2146 OIL AND GAS SERVICE Historical Society of Cecil County ................(410) 398-1790 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION

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Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites ..........(410) 287-0008 HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Holloway Eye Care .........................................(410) 392-2323 OPTOMETRISTS/OPTICIANS/OPTICAL LABS/ OPTHALMOLOGISTS Hollywood Casino Perryville .........................(410) 378-8500 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Home2 Suites by Hilton ................................(410) 272-0203 HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Howard Bank...................................................(410) 844-4419 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Hunter’s Auction Service, Inc. .......................(410) 658-6400 AUCTIONEER

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IKEA Distribution Services, Inc. ....................(410) 642-6280 DISTRIBUTION CENTER Image 360 Harford .........................................(410) 273-9742 SIGNS Immaculate Conception School ....................(410) 398-2636 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Independent Chem-Dry ..................................(443) 827-9275 CARPET AND UPHOLSTRY CLEANING Indian Falls Dental Center .............................(410) 297-2323 DENTISTS Inframark, LLC ................................................(410) 392-0711 ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Integrity Real Estate - John Ford ..................(410) 287-8080 REAL ESTATE Integrity Staffing .............................................(302) 504-9919 EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES It’s PayDay ......................................................(410) 879-5200 PAYROLL SERVICES

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Jackson Hewitt Tax Service...........................(410) 827-7363 ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE JayZees Pool and Spa Supplies....................(410) 287-8295 POOL AND SPA Johnny’s Sushi House LLC ...........................(410) 642-0009 RESTAURANTS Johnson’s Excavating & Lawn Service Inc. .(443) 553-8088 BUILDERS/LAND DEVELOPMENT Junior Achievement .......................................(302) 654-4510 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION

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K2M2 Technologies ........................................(888) 355-5262 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Kamenik Enterprises ......................................(410) 287-8440 LASER ENGRAVING Katie Mak - Young Living Essential Oils.......(443) 566-2644 DIRECT SALES Keen Compressed Gas Company .................(410) 392-4554 WELDING FABRICATION AND SUPPLIES Kelli Stansfield - Exit Preferred Realty .........(443) 553-4860 REAL ESTATE - AGENTS Ken Ball Home & Lead Paint Inspections ....(443) 553-9613 HOME INSPECTIONS Kennett Design to go! ....................................(610) 444-4400 ARTISTS Kent County Chamber of Commerce............(410) 810-2968 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Key Realty & Appraisals ................................(410) 398-1247 REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL Keystone Overhead Door ..............................(410) 398-1155 BUSINESS SERVICES

Kiddie Academy .............................................. (410) 398-1110 LEARNING CENTER/PRESCHOOL Kilby Cream.....................................................(410) 658-2614 RETAIL STORES Kirkwood Pest Control, Inc............................(410) 275-2832 PEST CONTROL SERVICES Kitty Knight LLC .............................................(410) 648-5200 RESTAURANTS Kiwanis Club of Elkton...................................(443) 553-5585 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION KJGrace, LLC ..................................................(410) 441-4202 INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT Knights of the Fallen ......................................(410) 262-6409 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION

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L La Quinta Inn & Suites ................................(410) 620-9494 HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Lambdin Development Company..................(410) 273-1090 REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPMENT Landmark Science & Engineering ................(410) 939-2144 ENGINEERS - CIVIL Lanette Bowman - Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant .......................................................(443) 553-2931 DIRECT SALES Laurelwood Care Center ................................(410) 398-8800 HEALTH CARE Law Office of Cricket Browne, LLC...............(410) 398-1991 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Law Office of William F. Riddle......................(410) 620-1343 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Leadership Solutions Intl., LLC.....................(414) 364-4543 BUSINESS CONSULTANTS Leading Logic, LLC ........................................(410) 698-6774 BUSINESS CONSULTANTS LECCO Pipeline Company, LLC ....................(410) 392-2720 UTILITIES Level Home Services......................................(410) 939-0110 HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING LIFE: Living Intentionally for Excellence .....(302) 312-9853 DIRECT SALES Lime-Energy, a Willdan Company .................(443) 206-0828 ENERGY EFFICIENCY Linda McKinnon of Patterson Schwartz .......(302) 584-3710 REAL ESTATE - AGENTS Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway .....(410) 457-2482 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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M & T Bank ......................................................(410) 658-4141 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS M. Davis ...........................................................(302) 218-4666 ELECTRICIANS M/V Bay Breeze of Chesapeake City.............(410) 885-5500 BOAT CRUISES MacGregor’s, Inc. ...........................................(410) 939-3003 CATERERS Maggie Harrison - Lularoe By MH .................(443) 509-3417 DIRECT SALES Marion Miller and Associates ........................(410) 378-5367 INSURANCE Martin Appliance .............................................(800) 786-7231 APPLIANCES Martin Furniture & Mattress...........................(800) 786-7231 FURNITURE Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. .......................(919) 783-4666 QUARRIES


Martin Water Conditioning .............................(800) 786-7231 WATER TREATMENT Martins Food Store ........................................(410) 658-7900 RETAIL STORES Maryland Broadband Cooperative ................(410) 341-6322 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Maryland Rural Development Corporation ..(410) 287-1100 COMMUNITY SERVICE McCool Insurance Agency .............................(410) 398-1373 INSURANCE McCoy Builders ..............................................(443) 309-0577 BUILDERS/REMODELING McCrone, Inc. ..................................................(410) 398-1550 ENGINEERS - CIVIL Medline ........................................... (410) 297-9600 ext. 2221 HEALTH CARE Meeting Ground ..............................................(410) 620-3128 HOMELESS SHELTER Merchant Social ..............................................(302) 654-0886 BANQUET FACILITIES Metro Merchant Services ...............................(302) 838-9100 MERCHANT SERVICES Michael James Hair Studio ............................(410) 885-7040 PERSONAL SERVICE Michael Saponaro, CLU, ChFC ......................(410) 398-9475 INSURANCE Michael Saunders of RE/MAX Vision ............(410) 920-8267 REAL ESTATE Micropore ........................................................(302) 731-4100 MANUFACTURERS Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce ....(302) 378-7545 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Milburn Orchards............................................(410) 398-1349 AGRICULTURE AND FARM Milburn Stone Theatre....................................(410) 287-1037 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Milestone Commercial Realty........................(410) 620-5115 REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL Minihane’s Irish Pub and Restaurant ...........(410) 996-0647 RESTAURANTS Morris & Ritchie Associates, Inc. ..................(410) 515-9000 ENGINEERS Motel 6 .............................................................(410) 392-5020 HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Mount Aviat Academy ....................................(410) 398-2206 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Mount Harmon Plantation ..............................(410) 275-8819 MUSEUM MyEyeDr. .........................................................(410) 398-5240 OPTOMETRISTS/OPTICIANS/OPTICAL LABS/ OPTHALMOLOGISTS

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Nature’s Care and Wellness ..........................(443) 677-7495 HEALTH CARE Next Day Mobility............................................(410) 469-8748 HOME HEALTH CARE Nicole Merrick - Usborne Books & More ......(814) 883-9381 DIRECT SALES North East Animal Hospital ...........................(443) 877-6556 VETERINARIANS North East Chamber of Commerce ............ (833) 400-NEMD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE North East Enterprises...................................(410) 287-5277 REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL North East River Marina, Nautical Rentals/Charters .............................(410) 287-5298 MARINAS North of Diamond ...........................................(443) 406-3309 RETAIL STORES

NorthBay Education, Inc. ..............................(443) 674-9031 CONFERENCE-RETREAT CENTER Northeast Beverage Corporation ..................(410) 287-0055 DISTRIBUTORS Northeastern MD Tech Council .....................(410) 638-4466 TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANTS Northern Bay Boat Lifts, Inc. .........................(443) 553-2310 BOAT SALES AND SERVICE Northrop Grumman Corporation...................(410) 392-1000 MANUFACTURERS Northside Pharmacy.......................................(410) 398-3784 PHARMACY AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Nowland Associates, Inc................................(302) 731-1333 CONSTRUCTION - GENERAL CONTRACTORS

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O’Donnell and Company, Inc. ........................(410) 398-7427 ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE O’Leigh Cosmetic Center & Med Spa ...........(410) 620-9722 HEALTH CARE O-Kleen Laundry.............................................(410) 398-4828 LAUNDRY SERVICE Old Dominion Electric Cooperative ..............(410) 658-1247 UTILITIES

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Paramedical Personnel of Maryland .............(410) 838-8821 TRAINING Patriots Glen National Golf Club ...................(443) 485-6069 GOLF COURSES AND CLUBS Pats Select Pizza and Grill .............................(410) 398-8870 RESTAURANTS Patterson Schwartz Real Estate ....................(410) 392-6500 REAL ESTATE PCS ..................................................................(410) 398-7986 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Peninsula Industrial Park...............................(410) 287-3541 BUILDERS/LAND DEVELOPMENT Pennoni ...........................................................(302) 655-4451 ENGINEERS Pine Valley Apartment Homes .......................(410) 398-9114 APARTMENTS Pivot Physical Therapy ..................................(443) 350-9056 PHYSICAL THERAPY Planet Fitness of Elkton .................................(410) 996-4550 FITNESS FACILITY Plumpton Park Zoo.........................................(410) 658-6850 ZOOS PNC Bank - Cecil County ...............................(410) 620-0157 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Port Deposit Chamber of Commerce............(302) 354-2992 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Premier Auto & Tire ........................................(410) 398-5095 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR AND SERVICE Principal Financial Group ..............................(302) 993-8044 FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS Purnell Body Shop .........................................(410) 398-2010 AUTOMOBILE PARTS/REPAIR AND SERVICE PuroClean of Elkton .......................................(888) 787-7876 FIRE AND WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

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Quantum Controls Inc. ...................................(443) 406-1950 ELECTRICAL SERVICES - COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL Quinn Property Solutions, Inc. ......................(410) 287-9662 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS

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RBC Wealth Management ..............................(302) 252-9433 FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS R. L. Jackson, Inc. ..........................................(410) 378-2481 TRUCK SALES AND PARTS

R.T. Foard Funeral Homes and Crematory ...(410) 658-6030 FUNERAL HOMES/MARKERS Rachel Gray - Juice Plus................................(443) 676-5395 HEALTH MAINTENANCE Rahn Carpentry...............................................(610) 324-3744 CONSTRUCTION - GENERAL CONTRACTORS Rainbow International ....................................(410) 836-2445 FIRE AND WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION RE/MAX Chesapeake......................................(410) 398-9200 REAL ESTATE Real Time Pain Relief Lotion .........................(410) 378-3215 HEALTH MAINTENANCE Real-Trust-Associates, LLC ...........................(410) 287-1260 REAL ESTATE Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall .............................................(410) 275-6200 HEALTH CARE Recovery Source, LLC ...................................(410) 441-4617 ADDICTION RECOVERY SUPPORT Reed Learning Center ....................................(443) 469-4133 DAYCARE Regal Restrooms, LLC ...................................(410) 287-5277 PORTABLE FACILITIES Renee Hauf - Exit Preferred Realty ...............(443) 907-7289 REAL ESTATE - AGENTS Ritchie Bros Auctioneers ...............................(410) 287-4330 AUCTIONEER Roberts Consulting, LLC ...............................(443) 206-3068 CONSULTANT Rock Springs Generation Facility .................(410) 423-4246 UTILITIES Rolling Hills Ranch Riding Lessons and B&B ..........................................................(410) 378-3817 HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Rosewood Farms............................................(443) 350-9938 WEDDINGS Ross Engineering ...........................................(410) 275-1315 ENGINEER - CONSULTING Rotary - Elkton ................................................(732) 616-5555 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Russell Electric LLC .......................................(443) 478-6157 ELECTRICIANS

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S & M Paving ...................................................(410) 392-5864 PAVING Sarafina Fiber Art............................................(443) 207-5576 ARTISTS Satin Stitches by Sheri...................................(443) 553-0172 RETAIL STORES Schaefers Canal House Restaurant & Ballroom ..................................(410) 885-7204 RESTAURANTS Schagrin Gas Co.............................................(410) 398-3400 OIL AND GAS SERVICE SDS, Inc. ..........................................................(302) 275-6935 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Seedco .............................................................(410) 996-4839 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Seidenberg Protzko Eye Associates.............(410) 620-3600 OPTOMETRISTS/OPTICIANS/OPTICAL LABS/ OPTHALMOLOGISTS Select Breeders Services, Inc. ......................(410) 885-3202 VETERINARIANS Sentman Distributors, Inc. .............................(410) 398-2770 DISTRIBUTORS SERVPRO of Cecil County.............................(484) 576-7015 FIRE AND WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

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MEMBERSHIP INDEX Showorks Audio Visual, Inc...........................(302) 798-7999 AUDIO/VIDEO RENTALS Singerly Fire Company ..................................(410) 398-2078 BANQUET FACILITIES Sinking Springs .............................................(410) 398-5566 WEDDINGS Sip While You Paint, LLC ...............................(443) 466-9839 ARTISTS Skylight Creative Ideas ..................................(410) 879-8401 ADVERTISING AND MARKETING SERVICES Spartan Cigar Lounge ....................................(443) 350-9808 RETAIL STORES Staples .............................................................(410) 620-2425 OFFICE SERVICES State Farm Insurance - Karen Michaels .......(410) 287-5800 INSURANCE State Farm Insurance - Todd Stewart ...........(410) 398-2024 INSURANCE State Line Liquors ..........................................(410) 398-3838 LIQUOR STORES StateLine Truck and Trailer Center, LLC ......(410) 658-0520 TRUCK SALES AND PARTS STEPS Recovery Resources Inc. ..................(443) 553-0523 ADDICTION RECOVERY SUPPORT Stewart Companies ........................................(717) 846-6555 MANUFACTURERS Strickland Steel, Inc. ......................................(410) 620-6609 STEEL FABRICATION Success Programs, Inc. .................................(302) 731-4207 BUSINESS CONSULTANTS SunMed Growers LLC ....................................(410) 275-4465 AGRICULTURE AND FARM Supporting Strategies - Wilmington DE .......(302) 203-6256 ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc. ........(410) 642-6384 EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES Sweet Spice Bake Shop .................................(410) 287-5021 RESTAURANTS

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T&M Catering ..................................................(443) 553-3124 CATERERS TapSnap1020 / Metz Enterprises, LLC ..........(443) 807-3112 PHOTO BOOTH Tastefully Simple Independent Consultant Gail Jusiewicz .................................................(302) 547-2777 DIRECT SALES Teri Palat - Pampered Chef ...........................(443) 553-7777 DIRECT SALES Terumo Cardiovascular Group ......................(410) 398-8500 HEALTH CARE Terumo Medical Corporation .........................(410) 398-8500 MANUFACTURERS The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region .........(410) 836-7177 HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES The Carriage House of Port Deposit .............(410) 627-8003 EVENT PLANNING The Fulton Bank .............................................(410) 398-4929 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS The Gardens at Bethlehem Farms ................(410) 214-2222 WEDDINGS The Lathe-meister...........................................(410) 287-9300 ARTISTS The Roath Agency - Allstate ..........................(443) 206-7740 INSURANCE

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The Tome School ............................................(410) 287-2050 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING The Tri-M Group ..............................................(610) 241-4785 ELECTRICAL SERVICES-COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL The Villages at Belle Hill ................................(443) 207-8094 REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL The Wellwood .................................................(410) 287-6666 RESTAURANTS Thomas C. Jones, C.P.A.................................(410) 398-9382 ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE Tidal Creek Growers.......................................(410) 275-9370 AGRICULTURE AND FARM Tidewater Tattoo .............................................(410) 398-1202 TATTOO ARTIST Tim Plastics, Inc. ............................................(410) 287-6944 MANUFACTURERS Tinamarie Reamy - Re/Max Vision ................(443) 309-1722 REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL Tome’s Landing Marina, LLC .........................(410) 378-3343 MARINAS Town of Cecilton .............................................(410) 275-2692 GOVERNMENT Town of Charlestown .....................................(410) 287-6173 GOVERNMENT Town of Chesapeake City ..............................(410) 885-5298 GOVERNMENT Town of North East .........................................(410) 287-5801 GOVERNMENT Town of Perryville ...........................................(410) 642-6066 GOVERNMENT Town of Port Deposit......................................(410) 378-2121 GOVERNMENT Town of Rising Sun ........................................(410) 658-5353 GOVERNMENT Trent Enterprises, LLC ...................................(410) 398-3373 TRANSPORTATION COMPANY TriState Commercial Realty Corporation .....(410) 879-0031 REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL Triumph Industrial Development, LLC..........(410) 398-5200 BUILDERS/LAND DEVELOPMENT

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UCS, LLC .........................................................(410) 287-8800 TRAFFIC CONTROL Ulrich Rentals .................................................(410) 392-6340 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS Union Hospital of Cecil County .....................(410) 398-4000 HOSPITALS United Way of Cecil County ...........................(410) 398-7572 COMMUNITY SERVICE Universal Mortgage and Finance ..................(410) 885-7008 MORTGAGE LENDING University of Maryland Extension Cecil County Office ........................................(410) 996-5280 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Upper Shore Regional Council......................(443) 282-5607 BUSINESS SERVICES

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VA Maryland Health Care System, Vocational Rehabilitation Services ...........................................................(410) 935-4241 HEALTH CARE Valhalla Brewing Co .......................................(443) 207-8059 RESTAURANTS Vandiver Inn ....................................................(410) 939-5200 MEETING SPACE

Venture Access, Inc. .......................................(443) 559-4880 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Veteran’s Outreach Ministries .......................(302) 229-1819 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Victor R. Jackson, LLC ..................................(410) 398-7900 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Victoria Zaine - Seacret Direct.......................(484) 620-7017 DIRECT SALES Visit Harford Inc. .............................................(410) 838-7777 TOURISM Vlamis Liquors ................................................(410) 398-7052 LIQUOR STORES Vulcan’s Rest Fibers ......................................(410) 885-2890 RETAIL STORES

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W. L. Gore & Associates ................................(410) 506-7787 MANUFACTURERS Walla Law Offices ...........................................(410) 398-3346 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Walt’s Barber Shop.........................................(410) 920-8887 BARBERSHOPS Warwick Mushroom Farm ..............................(410) 275-2755 AGRICULTURE AND FARM Water Witch Fire Co. Inc. ...............................(410) 378-4223 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Weaver’s Liquors............................................(410) 287-5710 LIQUOR STORES Welcare Pharmacy..........................................(443) 207-5105 PHARMACY AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Wesley’s Vape Shop .......................................(410) 398-0100 RETAIL STORES West Cecil Health Center, Inc ........................(410) 378-9696 HEALTH CARE West Nottingham Academy ...........................(410) 658-9279 EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING Weyrich, Cronin and Sorra, Chartered .........(410) 398-1961 ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE WHGM GOLD 100.5 FM ..................................(410) 939-9446 RADIO STATIONS Wickersham Construction and Engineering, Inc............................... (717) 397-8282 ext. 104 CONSTRUCTION - GENERAL CONTRACTORS Wilson, Rollins, Dellmyer & Brown ...............(410) 398-1870 LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS Winbak Farm ...................................................(410) 885-3059 HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Winstead Insurance Agency ..........................(410) 398-6700 INSURANCE Woody’s Crab House......................................(410) 287-3541 RESTAURANTS WSFS Bank .....................................................(302) 283-4500 BANKING ASSOCIATIONS Wyncote Golf Club .........................................(610) 932-8900 GOLF COURSES AND CLUBS WXCY 103.7 FM...............................................(410) 939-1100 RADIO STATIONS

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YMCA of Cecil County, Inc. ............................(410) 398-2333 FITNESS FACILITY Your Personal Chef ........................................(410) 658-9722 CATERERS Youth Empowerment Source.........................(443) 593-3900 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION


BUSINESS DIRECTORY ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE Eastern Shore Bookkeeping 256 Chestnut Springs Rd., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (484) 800-1520 Helene Breza Jackson Hewitt Tax Service 1000 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 827-7363 capfinforensics.com Lisa McWilliams

O’Donnell and Company, Inc. 216 W Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-7427 www.odonnellandcompany.net Judy Wahlgren See ad page 65

Supporting Strategies Wilmington DE

427 N. Tatnall St. #65585, Wilmington, DE 19801-2230 (302) 203-6256 www.supportingstrategies.com/ wilmington-de Gianluca Santinelli See ad page 67 Thomas C. Jones, C.P.A. 105 South St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-9382 www.tomjonescpa.com Thomas C. Jones

Weyrich, Cronin and Sorra, Chartered

200 S. Bridge St., Ste. 201, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1961 www.wcscpa.com Emma Mullen See ad page 15 ADDICTION RECOVERY SUPPORT Recovery Source, LLC 115 North Main St., North East, MD 21901 (410) 441-4617 www.dexterhouse.org Trish Jones STEPS Recovery Resources Inc., Colora, MD 21917 (443) 553-0523 stepsrecoveryresources.org April Foster ADVERTISING AND MARKETING SERVICES Skylight Creative Ideas 125 N. Main St., Ste. 105 Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 879-8401 www.skylightcreativeideas.com Becky Titelman

ADVERTISING AND MEDIA Cecil Whig 601 N. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 245-5074 www.cecildaily.com Lisa Minto AGRICULTURE AND FARM Calvert Farm 321 Chrome Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-3914 www.calvertfarm.com. Pam Stegall

Cecil County Fair

4640 Telegraph Rd., Fair Hill Fairgrounds Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-3440 cecilcountyfair.org Al Miller See ad page 13

Milburn Orchards

1495 Appleton Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1349 www.milburnorchards.com Jay Milburn See ad page 62 SunMed Growers LLC (410) 275-4465 Jake Van Wingerden Tidal Creek Growers 65 Knight Island Rd., Earleville, MD 21919 (410) 275-9370 www.tidalcreekgrowers.com Jake Van Wingerden Warwick Mushroom Farm 249 Worsell Manor Rd., Warwick, MD 21912 (410) 275-2755 www.phillipsmushroomfarms.com Jack Reitnauer AIR QUALITY SERVICES Air-Clear, LLC 2440 Oldfield Point Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 245-3400 ext. 113 www.airclear.net David O’Connor APARTMENTS Chesapeake Ridge 101 Chesapeake Ridge Ln., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-7590 www.chesapeakeridgeapts.com Scott Goldberg Dolben 400 West Claiborne Rd., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-2371 www.charlestowncrossingapts.com Kimberly Seifert, CAM, ARM Pine Valley Apartment Homes 1000 Spyglass Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-9114 www.pinevalleyapts.com Kristin Lucente

APPLIANCES Martin Appliance 2318 Beaver Valley Pk., New Providence, PA 17560 (800) 786-7231 www.martinsappliance.com Shawn Reimold ARCHITECTS CORE - Design Group, LLC 155 W. Market St., Ste. 200, York, PA 17401 (410) 642-6639 www.core-designgroup.com Teen Vebares ARTISTS Kennett Design to go! 347 Casparus Way, Elkton, MD 21921 (610) 444-4400 kdpaintparty.com Marion Hess Sarafina Fiber Art 1752B Appleton Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 207-5576 www.sarafinafiberart.com Sara Renzulli Sip While You Paint, LLC 401 West Craighill Channel Dr., Perryville, MD 21903 (443) 466-9839 www.sipwhileyoupaint.com Raymond Jackson The Lathe-meister 118 Irishtown Rd, North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-9300 www.lathe-meister.com John Styer AUCTIONEER

Hunter’s Auction Service, Inc.

2084 Jacob Tome Memorial Hwy., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 658-6400 www.huntersauctionserviceinc.com Norman Hunter See ad page 33 Ritchie Bros Auctioneers 3201 West Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-4330 www.rbauction.com Anthony Saponaro AUDIO/VIDEO RENTALS Showorks Audio Visual, Inc. 730 Philadelphia Pike, Wilmington, DE 19809 (302) 798-7999 showorksav.com Matt Imbierowicz AUTOMOBILE DEALERS/SALES Anchor Buick GMC 1 Automotive Blvd., Elkton, MD 21901 (410) 398-0700 www.anchorbuickgmc.com Tom Williams Apple Auto 560 East Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1600 appleelkton.com Shawn McLaughlin

Elkton Ford 503 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3600 www.elktonford.com Mark Hyman Hertrich of Elkton 1147 E Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 907-1500 www.hertrichofelkton.com Joseph Pagliacetti AUTOMOBILE PARTS/REPAIR AND SERVICE Abra Auto Body Repair 320 W. Main St., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-5553 www.abraauto.com/abra-autolocation/5296-rising-sun-md Craig Camacho Gary Simpers Automotive, Inc. 1557 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 287-8678 Gary Simpers Purnell Body Shop 211 Blue Ball Ave, PO Box 40 Elkton, MD 21922 (410) 398-2010 www.purnellbodyshop.com David Coleman AUTOMOBILE REPAIR AND SERVICE Premier Auto & Tire 220 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-5095 www.PremierAutoAndTire.com Steve Fangman BANKING ASSOCIATIONS American Spirit Federal Credit Union 1110 Elkton Road, Newark, DE 19711 (302) 738-4515 www.americanspirit.org Maurice Dawkins

APG Federal Credit Union

1321 East Pulaski Hwy., Edgewood, MD 21040 (410) 272-4000 ext. 3571 www.apgfcu.com Sharon Pelham See ad page 2

Cecil Bank

127 North St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1650 www.cecilbank.com Robin Brueckman See ad page 36 Cecil County School EFCU 203 Booth St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-6921 www.ccsefcu.org Kim Wyre

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DEXSTA Federal Credit Union

300 Foulk Rd., Ste. 100, Wilmington, DE 19803 (833) 2DEXSTA www.dexsta.com Lindsey Nagowski See ad page 7

Harford Bank - Elkton Branch 133 North Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3426 www.harfordbank.com Danielle Carroll See ad page 39

Howard Bank

6 Pearl St., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 844-4419 www.howardbank.com Tracy Reynolds See ad page 64, 67 M & T Bank 2841 Tome Hwy., Colora, MD 21917 (410) 658-4141 www.mtb.com Theresa Giordano PNC Bank - Cecil County 123 North St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-0157 www.PNC.com Vanessa Brown

The Fulton Bank

130 North Street, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-4929 www.fultonbank.com John Hassiepen Kim Swyka Michele Cooper See ad page 21

WSFS Bank

201 Suburban Plaza Dr., Newark, DE 19711 (302) 283-4500 WSFSBANK.COM Bob Palsgrove See ad page 87 BANQUET FACILITIES Community Fire Co. of Rising Sun, Inc. 300 Biggs Hwy., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-6300 www.risingsunbanquethall.com Dawn Galloway Community Fire Company of Perryville, MD, Inc. 920 Principio Furnace Rd., Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 642-2647 Anna Gardner

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Merchant Social 1500 Chesapeake Club Dr., North East, MD 21901 (302) 654-0886 www.merchantsocial.net Gary Munch Singerly Fire Company 300 Newark Ave., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2078 singerly.com Timothy Poore BARBERSHOPS Walt’s Barber Shop 801 E. Pulaski Hwy., Ste. 173, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 920-8887 Walt Washington BOAT CRUISES M/V Bay Breeze of Chesapeake City 208 Bank St., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-5500 www.mvbaybreeze.com Steven Connell BOAT SALES AND SERVICE Bay View Yacht Sales 1026A Town Point Rd, Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-2468 yachtworld.com/bayview Jason Whitson Chessie Marine Sales, Inc. 706 Augustine Herman Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-2628 www.chessiemarine.com Melissa Buckland Northern Bay Boat Lifts, Inc. 34 Canal Estates Drive, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 553-2310 Mark McCool BUILDERS/LAND DEVELOPMENT Bainbridge Development Corporation 748 Jacob Tome Hwy., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 378-9200 www.bainbridgedev.org Toni Sprenkle Johnson’s Excavating & Lawn Service Inc. 198 Kirk Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 553-8088 Bruce Johnson Peninsula Industrial Park 29 S. Main St., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-3541 Rachel Wood Triumph Industrial Development, LLC 505 Blue Ball Rd. #10, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-5200 www.TriumphIndustrialPark.com James Waters

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BUILDERS/REMODELING Basement Systems USA 2092 East Old Philadelphia Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 858-4610 www.basementsystemsusa.com Pete Westera McCoy Builders Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 309-0577 www.mccoybuildersinc.com Charlie McCoy BUILDING MATERIALS

American Home & Hardware

202 W. Main Street, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1900 www.elktonsupply.com Stephen Miller See ad page 35 Builders Surplus Center, Inc. 557 Mechanics Valley Rd., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-7040 www.builderssurpluscenterinc.com Phil Serra BUSINESS CONSULTANTS Leadership Solutions Intl., LLC 701 S. Main St., North East, MD 21901 (414) 364-4543 G. David Guerrero Leading Logic, LLC 144 Thomas Jefferson Ter., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 698-6774 www.leadinglogic.biz Jack Schammel Success Programs, Inc. 22 N. Wynwyd Dr., Newark, DE 19711 (302) 731-4207 www.successprogramsinc.com Silvia Zsoldos BUSINESS SERVICES CompReferrals 115 Milhollan Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 309-4746 Annmarie Hamilton

Keystone Overhead Door

9 Warner Road, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1155 www.keystoneoverhead.com Andrea Wineholt See ad page 51 Upper Shore Regional Council 122 N. Cross St., Chestertown, MD 21620 (443) 282-5607 www.uppershoreregionalcouncil.org Susan O’Neill BUTCHER Galvinell Meat Co. Inc. 461 Ragan Rd., Conowingo, MD 21918 (410) 378-3032 www.galvinell.com Jennifer McGrath

CABLE/TELEVISION

Armstrong

122 S. Queen Street, Rising Sun, MD 21911 (877) 277-5711 armstrongonewire.com Heather Uzdilla See ad page 17 Cecil TV 269 Trinity Church Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21921 (215) 850-0238 www.cecil.tv Douglas Donley Comcast of Delmarva 5729 W. Denny’s Road, Dover, DE 19904 (302) 363-6162 www.comcast.com Prentice Griffin CAMPGROUNDS AND RV PARKS Buttonwood Beach R.V. Resort 170 Buttonwood Beach Rd., Earleville, MD 21919 (410) 275-2108 www.buttonwoodbeach.com Deborah Carter CAR WASH Elkton Car Wash 501 N. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2022 www.Elktoncarwash.com Cindy Jenkins CARPET AND UPHOLSTRY CLEANING Independent Chem-Dry 2604 Mountain Rd., Joppa, MD 21085 (443) 827-9275 www.independentchemdry.com Stephen Maurer CATERERS Hill Culinary 1 Commercial Plaza, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 567-9925 www.hillculinary.com Eriksson Hill MacGregor’s, Inc. 331 Saint John St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-3003 www.macgregorsrestaurant.com Stephanie Giordano T&M Catering 20 Buckley Ave., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (443) 553-3124 www.tmcaters.com Tracey Schultheis Your Personal Chef 4 South Queen St., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-9722 www.ypccatering.com Lisa Welch CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce 18 Howard St., Aberdeen, MD 21001 (410) 272-2580 www.aberdeencc.org Michael Bennett


Cecil County Chamber of Commerce 216 E. Pulaski Hwy, Ste. 120, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-3833 Bonnie Grady Chesapeake City Chamber of Commerce PO Box 354, Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 920-7018 chesapeakecity.com/chesapeake-city-mdchamber-commerce-chamber/ Natalie Gentry Delaware Small Business Chamber 11F Liberty Plaza, Newark, DE 19711 (302) 482-2120 www.dsbchamber.com Bob Older Elkton Chamber and Alliance 101 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-5076 www.elktonalliance.org Larry Crouse Greater Rising Sun Chamber of Commerce 25 Beaver Ct., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-5522 www.rising-sun-chamber.org/ Norm Hunter Havre de Grace Chamber of Commerce 450 Pennington Ave., Havre De Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-3303 www.hdgchamber.com Cathy Vincenti Kent County Chamber of Commerce 122 N. Cross St., PO Box 146 Chestertown, MD 21620 (410) 810-2968 www.kentchamber.org Loretta Lodge MIDDLETOWN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1050 Industrial Drive, Ste. 110, Middletown, DE 19709 (302) 378-7545 www.maccde.com Roxane Ferguson North East Chamber of Commerce PO Box 609, North East, MD 21901 (833) 400-NEMD www.northeastchamber.org Tracy Reynolds Port Deposit Chamber of Commerce 80 South Main St., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (302) 354-2992 www.portdepositcc.org Toni Lozzi CLEANING AND JANITORIAL SERVICES 2 Guys Flooring Concepts Inc. 33 Circle Dr., Oxford, PA 19363 (484) 889-4692 Richard Blackman COMMUNITY SERVICE Maryland Rural Development Corporation 200 Road B, Hollingsworth Manor, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 287-1100 www.mrdc.net Sheila Slonecker

United Way of Cecil County 229 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-7572 www.unitedwaycecil.org Barbara Smith CONFERENCE/RETREAT CENTER NorthBay Education, Inc. 11 Horseshoe Point Ln., North East, MD 21901 (443) 674-9031 www.northbayadventure.org Sharon Tietjens CONSTRUCTION - GENERAL CONTRACTORS Bathon Builders, Inc. 344 Appleton Rd. Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-0800 http://www.bathonbuilders.com Larry Bathon Bay Country Associates, Inc. 575 Blue Ball Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (302) 540-4106 baycountryassociates.com Paul Palmer

Nowland Associates, Inc.

2009 Ogletown Rd., Newark, DE 19711 (302) 731-1333 www.nowlandassociates.com Giff Nowland See ad page 62 Rahn Carpentry 1378 Appleton Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (610) 324-3744 www.facebook.com/rahncarpentry Mark Rahn Wickersham Construction and Engineering, Inc. 777 E. Ross Street, Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 397-8282 ext. 104 www.wickershamconstruction.com Doug Cherry CONSULTANT Brand3 134 Industry Ln., Unit 1A Forest Hill, MD 21050 (844) 527-2633 www.brand3.net Orsolya Herbein Roberts Consulting, LLC 1641 Ingleside Ave., Perryville, MD 21903 (443) 206-3068 Carl Roberts CONSULTING - NONPROFITS Binns Consulting, LLC 467 Bow St., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 350-5781 www.binnsconsultingllc.com Polly Binns COPIERS AND PRINTERS Delmarva Document Solutions, Inc. 205 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 548-5844 www.delmarvadocumentsolutions.com Michael Popen

DANCE SCHOOL Cecil Dancenter 25 Flint Dr., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-3546 www.cecildancenter.com Tina Travers

Tastefully Simple Independent Consultant - Gail Jusiewicz Elkton, MD 21921 (302) 547-2777 www.tastefullysimple.com/web/gjusiewicz Gail Jusiewicz Teri Palat - Pampered Chef North East, MD 21901 (443) 553-7777 www.pamperedchef.biz/teripalat Teri Palat Victoria Zaine - Seacret Direct Glen Mills, PA 19342 (484) 620-7017 seacretdirect.com/vickyzaine Victoria Zaine

DAYCARE Reed Learning Center 432 Aiken Ave, Perryville, MD 21903 (443) 469-4133 www.facebook.com/Reedlearningcenter/ Rhonda Reed DENTISTS Elkton Smiles/Kevin Myint, DDS 343 E. Pulaski Hwy, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-9500 www.elktonsmiles.com Joanne Edwards Indian Falls Dental Center 2269 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 297-2323 indianfallsdental.com Wendy McKenzie DIRECT SALES Damsel In Defense - Melissa Comeau Bear, DE 19701 (302) 367-0208 mydamselpro.net/mcomeau Melissa Comeau Heather Baraldi Lularoe with Baraldi Boutique Bear, DE 19701 (610) 550-1344 www.facebook.com/lularoeheatherbaraldi Heather Baraldi Heidiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tupperware Palooza Heidi Fontz Rising Sun, MD 21911 (443) 257-1784 my.tupperware.com/heidifontz Heidi Fontz Katie Mak - Young Living Essential Oils Cecilton, MD 21913-0318 (443) 566-2644 www.oily.life/kasiamak Katie Mak Lanette Bowman - Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant North East, MD 21901 (443) 553-2931 marykay.com/lbowman2010 Lanette Bowman LIFE: Living Intentionally for Excellence Elkton, MD 21921 (302) 312-9853 www.lifeleadership.com/AmyP Amy Pleet-Odle Maggie Harrison - Lularoe By MH Rising Sun, MD 21911 (443) 509-3417 www.facebook.com/groups/LuLaRoeByMH/ Maggie Harrison Nicole Merrick - Usborne Books & More Elkton, MD 21921 (814) 883-9381 www.teamusbornebooks.com Nicole Merrick

DISTRIBUTION CENTER Amazon MDT2 North East MD 600 Principio Parkway West, North East, MD 21901 (855) 574-2049 amazon.com Laurie Wendell IKEA Distribution Services, Inc. 100 IKEA Way, Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 642-6280 www.seeacareerwithus.com Cara Cordrey DISTRIBUTORS Northeast Beverage Corporation One Coors Dr., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-0055 www.facebook.com/nebevmd James Pyle Sentman Distributors, Inc. 400 Maloney Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2770 Maggie Sentman ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway 4948 Conowingo Rd., Darlington, MD 21034 (410) 457-2482 www.upperbaytrails.com Mary Ann Lisanti EDUCATION - CONSULTANTS Continuing Education Services, Inc. 24 Sunny Dell Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-7036 Dr. Edwin A. Crispin EDUCATION-SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AND TUTORING

Career & Continuing Education, Cecil College 107 Railroad Ave., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 287-1000 www.cecil.edu Miles Dean See ad page 37

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Cecil College

One Seahawk Dr., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-1000 www.cecil.edu Rick Walbeck See ad page 51 Cecil County Public Schools 201 Booth St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5400 www.ccps.org Nicole Parr EckerdConnects Youth Workforce Development Program Cecil College, Elkton Station #330, 107 Railroad Avenue, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 907-1403 eckerd.org Lesley Palfi Florida Institute of Technology; Aberdeen 6488 Rodman Rd., Bldg 4305; Rm 213A Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 (410) 272-7947 www.fit.edu/aberdeen Edward Haberek Immaculate Conception School 452 Bow St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2636 www.icschoolweb.org Emily Murphy Mount Aviat Academy 399 Childs Rd., Childs, MD 21916 (410) 398-2206 www.mountaviat.org Charlene Nichols

The Tome School

581 South Maryland Ave., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-2050 www.tomeschool.org Richard Rand See ad page 50 University of Maryland Extension Cecil County Office 200 Chesapeake Blvd., Suite 1500 Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5280 extension.umd.edu/cecil-county Paul Rickert West Nottingham Academy 1079 Firetower Rd., Colora, MD 21917 (410) 658-9279 www.wna.org Jessica Warren

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ELECTRICAL SERVICES COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL

AUI Power

1600 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 715-0000 www.auipower.com Joshua Huegel See ad page 64 Quantum Controls Inc. 601 N. Bridge St., Ste. B, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 406-1950 www.quantumcontrolsinc.com Chris McGonigle

The Tri-M Group, LLC

206 Gale Ln. Kennett Square, PA 19348 (610) 241-4785 http://tri-mgroup.com Joe Stafiniak See ad page 18 ELECTRICIANS M. Davis 19 Germay Dr., Wilmington, DE 19804 (302) 218-4666 www.mdavisinc.com Ed Harrison Russell Electric LLC 257 Cowan Rd., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (443) 478-6157 www.russellelectricllc.com Brian Russell EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES Division of Rehabilitation Services 103 Chesapeake Blvd., Ste. B, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-0620 www.dors.state.md.us Alyssa Bonser DLLR Division of Workforce Development Susquehanna Workforce Center, 1275 W. Pulaski Hwy. Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-0579 www.dllr.state.md.us Denise Carey Integrity Staffing 700 Prides Crossing, Suite 300 Newark, DE 19713 (302) 504-9919 www.integritystaffing.com Robert Osborne Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc. 410 Girard St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 642-6384 www.swnetwork.org Bruce England

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY Clean Markets LLC (Delmarva Power Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs) 40 West Evergreen Ave., Suite 101 Philadelphia, PA 19118 (267) 250-4550 www.cleanmarkets.com Agbesi Akpedonu Delmarva Power Energy Savings for Business Program 700 King Farm Blvd., Suite 300 Rockville, MD 20850 (301) 556-2025 cienergyefficiency.delmarva.com/SmallBus. aspx Rachel Ricci Lime-Energy, a Willdan Company 11941 Industrial Park Rd., Bishopville, MD 21813 (443) 206-0828 lime-energy.com Fred Wichert

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. 3445-A Box Hill Corporate Center Dr., Abingdon, MD 21009 (410) 515-9446 www.gtaeng.com Nicholas Guns

ENGINEER - CONSULTING Ross Engineering 471 Knight Island Rd., Earleville, MD 21919 (410) 275-1315 ross.engineering Ronald Ross

EVENT PLANNING Camdynâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Yard 5292 Pulaski Hwy., Perryville, MD 21903 (443) 350-6615 Matt Roath The Carriage House of Port Deposit 80 S. Main St., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 627-8003 www.carriagehouseofportdeposit.com Martha Barchowsky

ENGINEERS Alpha Engineering, Inc. 34 Lyric Dr., Newark, DE 19702 (302) 834-3344 www.alpha-engineering.com Judy Hughes Morris & Ritchie Associates, Inc. 3445-A Box Hill Corporate Center Dr., Abingdon, MD 21009 (410) 515-9000 www.mragta.com Amy DiPietro Pennoni 121 Continental Dr., Ste. 207, Newark, DE 19713 (302) 655-4451 www.pennoni.com Ronald Moore ENGINEERS - CIVIL American Land Consultants, Inc. 224 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-5000 www.alci.us Timothy Granger

Landmark Science & Engineering

356 Congress Ave., Ste. 209, Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-2144 www.landmark-se.com John Gonzalez See ad page 33

ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Inframark, LLC 200 West Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-0711 www.inframark.com Jason Taylor ESTATE PLANNING Aristotle Education Foundation Michael Garrity 8800 Walther Blvd.,, Suite 3610 Parkville, MD 21234 (443) 877-7191 Michael Garrity

FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS Covenant Financial Strategies, Inc. 130 N. Bond St., Ste. 203A Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 734-9113 www.covenantfinancialstrategies.com Brad Mainster, ChFC, RHU, CKA

Edward Jones

221 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-4214 www.edwardjones.com Jason Lim See ad page 30 Principal Financial Group 1013 Centre Rd., Ste. 100 Wilmington, DE 19805 (302) 993-8044 www.principal.com David House RBC Wealth Management 1013 Centre Rd., Ste. 400 Wilmington, DE 19805 (302) 252-9433 guy.palmeri@rbc.com Guy Palmeri FIRE AND WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

PuroClean of Elkton McCrone, Inc.

107 Chesapeake Blvd. , Ste. 104 Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1550 www.mccrone-engineering.com David Strouss See ad page 66

307 N. Bridge St., Suite 211 Elkton, MD 21921 (888) 787-7876 www.puroclean.com/prs-md Ed Lineaweaver See ad page 5


Rainbow International 2228 Conowingo Rd., Ste. A, Bel Air, MD 21015 (410) 836-2445 www.rainbowofchesapeake.com Jay Van Deusen

SERVPRO of Cecil County

751 Elkton Blvd., Elkton, MD 21921 (484) 576-7015 www.servprocecilcounty.com Mike Bailey See ad page 15 FIRE PROTECTION/PREVENTION SYSTEMS Allegiant Fire Protection, LLC 118 Sandy Dr., Ste. 6 Newark, DE 19713 (302) 454-1240 www.allegiantfireprotection.com Fred Hill Armored Fire Protection 406 Suburban Dr. #165, Newark, DE 19711 (302) 563-3516 Shey Mrozowski FITNESS FACILITY Body Force Fitness 2562 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (855) 748-7246 bodyforcefitness247.com John Slater Planet Fitness of Elkton 153 Big Elk Mall, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-4550 www.planetfitness.com Kristen Batchelor YMCA of Cecil County, Inc. 25 YMCA Blvd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2333 www.ymcacecil.org George Patchell FLORIST Elkton Florist 132 W. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-0550 www.elktonflorist.com Diane Hair FUNERAL HOMES/MARKERS R.T. Foard Funeral Homes and Crematory 111 S. Queen St., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-6030 www.rtfoard.com Robert Foard Jr. FURNITURE Martin Furniture & Mattress 2318 Beaver Valley Pk., New Providence, PA 17560 (800) 786-7231 www.martinfurniturepa.com Shawn Reimold GOLF COURSES AND CLUBS Bulle Rock 320 Blenheim Ln., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-8887 www.bullerockgc.com Damon Klepczynski

Chesapeake Bay Golf Club 128 Karen Dr., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-4343 www.chesapeakegolf.com Andy Barbin Furnace Bay Golf Course 79 Chesapeake View, Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 642-6816 www.furnacebaygc.com Shelby Haley Patriots Glen National Golf Club 300 Patriots Way, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 485-6069 www.patriotsglennational.com Hugo Mazzalupi Wyncote Golf Club 50 Wyncote Dr. Oxford, PA 19363 (610) 932-8900 www.wyncote.com Jim Pepple GOVERNMENT Cecil County Council 200 Chesapeake Blvd., Ste. 2110, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5201 www.ccgov.org/government/county-council James Massey Cecil County Department of Community Services 200 Chesapeake Blvd. #2550, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5295 www.ccgov.org/government/communityservices Jen Lyall Cecil County Department of Emergency Services 107 Chesapeake Blvd., Ste. 108, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-2012 www.ccdes.org Richard Brooks Cecil County Department of Parks and Recreation 200 Chesapeake Blvd., Ste. 1200, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-8101 www.ccgov.org/government/parks-andrecreation#ad-image-0 Clyde VanDyke Cecil County Department of Social Services 170 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-0100 dhr.maryland.gov/local-offices/cecil-county Shalini Arora Cecil County Government 200 Chesapeake Blvd., Ste. 2100, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5201 www.ccgov.org Al Wein

Cecil County Office of Economic Development

200 Chesapeake Blvd., Ste. 2700, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-6292 www.cecilbusiness.org Christopher Moyer See ad page 4, 61

Cecil County Sheriff’s Office 107 Chesapeake Blvd., Ste. 112, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5500 www.cecilcountysheriff.org Christine Spade Healthiest Maryland Businesses 125 S. Lynchburg St., Chestertown, MD 21620 (443) 257-9176 www.healthiestmdbusinesses.org Nicole Morris Town of Cecilton 117 West Main St., Cecilton, MD 21913 (410) 275-2692 www.ceciltonmd.gov Mayor Joe Zang, III Town of Charlestown 241 Market St., Charlestown, MD 21914 (410) 287-6173 www.charlestownmd.org W. D. ‘Wib’ Pumpaly, Town Administrator Town of Chesapeake City 108 Bohemia Ave., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-5298 www.chesapeakecity-md.gov Valerie Walls Town of North East 106 South Main St., North East, MD 21901-0528 (410) 287-5801 www.northeastmd.org Stephanie Racine-Dean

Calvert Manor Healthcare Center

1881 Telegraph Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-9002 www.calvertmanor.com Cynthia Parker See ad page 44 CB Lifestyle Coaching, LLC 817 Windstream Way, Edgewood, MD 21040 (443) 854-5096 cblifestylecoaching.com Catherine Brown

Cecil County Health Department 401 Bow St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5550 www.cecilcountyhealth.org Daniel Coulter See ad page 46

Chesapeake Bay Yoga & Wellness 102 Old Mill Plaza, North East, MD 21901 (254) 290-1141 chesapeakebayyogawellness.com Becca Bryant Elkton Dermatology 216 East Pulaski Hwy., Ste. 125, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 485-6614 www.elktondermatology.com Christine Guido Elkton Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 1 Price Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-6474 Dawn Strohmaier Endearment, LLC 107 Walnut Lane, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 350-9728 www.Endearmentassistedliving.com Catella Visser

Town of Perryville

515 Broad St., Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 642-6066 www.perryvillemd.org Billy Nelson See ad page 33 Town of Port Deposit 64 S. Main St., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 378-2121 www.portdeposit.org Renee Williams Town of Rising Sun 1 E. Main St., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-5353 www.risingsunmd.org August Pierson

Laurelwood Care Center

100 Laurel Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-8800 laurelwoodcare.com Valerie Nozea See ad page 43

GRAPHIC DESIGN Dyekman Design 71 Port Herman Rd., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-5680 www.dyekman-design.com James Dyekman Grunge Muffin Designs P.O. Box 35, Perryville, MD 21903 (443) 252-2800 www.grungemuffindesigns.com Meredith S. K. Boas HEALTH CARE Aging Life Guides, LLC Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 207-8834 www.aginglifeguides.com Donna Harrity

Medline 2000 Rock Glenn Blvd., Havre De Grace, MD 21078 (410) 297-9600 ext. 2221 www.medline.com James Patterson Nature’s Care and Wellness 4925 Pulaski Hwy., Suite A Perryville, MD 21903 (443) 677-7495 www.ncwmedical.com Robert Windsor O’Leigh Cosmetic Center & Med Spa 360 E. Pulaski Hwy., Ste. 5, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-9722 www.OLeigh.com Marc Scheiner

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY Continued from previous page Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall 314 Grove Neck Rd., Earleville, MD 21919 (410) 275-6200 www.bracebridgerecoverycenter.com Julie Hammersley Terumo Cardiovascular Group 125 Blue Ball Road, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-8500 www.terumo.com Lou Peticca VA Maryland Health Care System, Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ave F BLDG 15H, Perry Point, MD 21902 (410) 935-4241 www.maryland.va.gov LaVerne Harmon West Cecil Health Center, Inc 49 Rock Springs Rd., Conowingo, MD 21918 (410) 378-9696 www.westcecilhealth.org Devon Ragan HEALTH MAINTENANCE AdvoCare International 37 Willard Dr, North East, MD 21901 (610) 858-0113 www.advocare.com/09064496 Reary Morris Rachel Gray - Juice Plus Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 676-5395 www.rgray.juiceplus.com Rachel Gray Real Time Pain Relief Lotion 98 Morrison Ln., Conowingo, MD 21918 (410) 378-3215 www.EasiestPainRelief.com Susan Hilferty HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING ACS Services 831 Lincoln Ave., Unit #D2, West Chester, PA 19380 (484) 832-8198 www.acssllc.com Eric McCreary Aire Serv Heating & Air 804 Interchange Blvd., Newark, DE 19711 (410) 620-5400 www.youraireserv.com Sarah Boyce Crouse Brothers HVAC, Inc. 208 North St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1530 www.crousebrothershvac.com Tina Jones Ground Loop Heating & Air, Inc. 1701-A Whiteford Rd., Darlington, MD 21034 (410) 836-1706 www.groundloop.com Jason Cullum

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Level Home Services PO Box 999, Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-0110 www.levelhomeservices.com Cindy Brown HOME HEALTH CARE City Home Medical Supply, Inc. 721 N. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-2850 ext. 13 www.cityhomemedicalsupply.com Mary Jasinski Caldwell Next Day Mobility 462 Linton Run Rd., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 469-8748 nextdaymobility.com Ken McMullen HOME INSPECTIONS Compass Home Inspections 406 Biddle St., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (302) 563-7469 compasshomeinspectors.com Joe Beaudet Ken Ball Home & Lead Paint Inspections 48 Plummer Road, North East, MD 21901 (443) 553-9613 kenballhomeinspections.com Ken Ball HOMELESS SHELTER Deep Roots, Inc. 21 Veazey Cove Rd., Earleville, MD 21919 (410) 275-2194 www.deeprootsinc.org Ola Boswell Meeting Ground 401 North St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-3128 www.meetingground.org Colandra Coleman HORSE FARMS AND ORGANIZATIONS Cecil County Breedersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Fair, Inc./ Fair Hill Races 402 Fair Hill Dr., Fair Hill Races Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2578 www.fairhillraces.com Nancy Simpers Fair Hill International 378 Fair Hill Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2111 www.fairhillinternational.com Carla Geiersbach Fair Hill Training Center 719 Training Center Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2992 www.fairhilltrainingcenter.com Sally Goswell Fairwinds Farm & Stables, Inc. 41 Tailwinds Ln., North East, MD 21901 (410) 658-8187 www.fairwindsstables.com JoAnn Dawson

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Freedom Hills Therapeutic Riding Program 33 Rolling Hills Ranch Ln., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 378-3817 www.freedomhills.org Patrick Dixon See ad page 64

Rolling Hills Ranch Riding Lessons and B&B 33 Rolling Hills Ranch Ln., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 378-3817 www.rollinghillsranch.org Renee Dixon See ad page 67

Winbak Farm 155 Yearling Row, Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-3059 www.Winbakfarm.com Garrett Bell HOSPITALS Encompass Health 250 East Hampden Rd., Middletown, DE 19709 (302) 464-3400 www.encompasshealth.com/ middletownrehab Lisa Sanderson

Union Hospital of Cecil County 106 Bow St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-4000 www.uhcc.com Kathryn McKinney See ad page 45, 88

HOTEL/MOTEL/LODGING Best Western North East Inn 39 Elwoods Rd., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-5450 www.bestwestern.com Jennifer Graham Donahue Comfort Inn & Suites - North East 1 Center Dr., Ste. 3 North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-7100 www.comfortinnnortheastmd.com Anil Patel Hampton Inn 2 Warner Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-7777 www.hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/ maryland/hampton-inn-elkton-ELKMDHX/ index.html Melissa Bailey Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites 101 Hotel Plaza, North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-0008 www.ihg.com Jay Desai Home2 Suites by Hilton 20 Newton Rd., Aberdeen , MD 21001 (410) 272-0203 baltimoreaberdeen.home2suites.com Brekke Autry

La Quinta Inn & Suites

304 Belle Hill Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-9494 www.lq.com Vasu Patel See ad page 59 Motel 6 223 Belle Hill Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-5020 Stephanie Combs HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES ADP 123 North St., Elkton, MD 21921 (412) 427-7967 adp.com The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region 4513 Philadelphia Rd., Aberdeen, MD 21001 (410) 836-7177 www.arcncr.org Sara Garbarino INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT KJGrace, LLC 8 Heisler Ave., North East, MD 21901 (410) 441-4202 Kathleen M Grace INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

K2M2 Technologies

PO Box 204, Glen Burnie, MD 21060-0204 (888) 355-5262 k2m2technologies.com Kathleen Morris See ad page 15 Maryland Broadband Cooperative 2129A Northwood Dr., Salisbury, MD 21801 (410) 341-6322 www.mdbc.us Tyler Patton PCS 818 N. Market St., Wilmington, DE 19801 (410) 398-7986 www.helpmepcs.com Jake Ruddy SDS, Inc. 2959 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (302) 275-6935 www.sdsonthweb.com Don Newcomb INSURANCE BBSI 4940 Campbell Blvd, #250 Baltimore, MD 21236 (443) 519-2785 www.barrettbusiness.com Tammy Good Benefit Watch, LLC 4969 Mercantile Rd. Ste. J, Baltimore, MD 21236 (410) 931-6700 www.benefitwatch.com Phil Buchanan Brian Jones, L&W Insurance 1154 S. Governors Ave., Dover, DE 19904 (302) 379-0073 www.lwinsurance.com Brian Jones


Colonial Life (443) 350-7983 Nicholas Cusmano Crothers Insurance Agencies, Inc. PO Box 470, Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-5200 www.crothersagency.com Jo Ann Ragan Drass Insurance Agency, Inc. 205 N. James St., Newport, DE 19804 (302) 998-1331 www.drassinsurance.com Lou Leoni Fleetwood Insurance Group 100 Talbot Blvd., Chestertown, MD 21620 (410) 778-2260 www.fleetwoodinsurancegroup.com Heather Spofford Group Benefit Strategies, LLC 21 Powell Ave., Ste. 100 Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 420-2828 groupbenefitstrategies.net/ Glenn Arrington Marion Miller and Associates 13 Pearl St., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 378-5367 www.marionmillerinsurance.com Marion Miller McCool Insurance Agency 160 W. Main St., 33 N. Philadelphia Blvd. Elkton & Aberdeen & Bel Air, MD 21921 (410) 398-1373 www.mccoolinsurance.com Bill McCool Michael Saponaro, CLU, ChFC 216 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-9475 www.insuranceaskmike.com Michael Saponaro State Farm Insurance - Karen Michaels 2280 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-5800 www.karenmichaelsinsurance.com Karen Michaels State Farm Insurance - Todd Stewart 621 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2024 www.toddpstewart.com Todd P. Stewart The Roath Agency - Allstate 5292 Pulaski Hwy., Perryville, MD 21903 (443) 206-7740 www.allstate.com/mattroath Samantha Morter Winstead Insurance Agency 404 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-6700 www.winsteadinsurance.com Barry Winstead INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES Elk Landing Investigations LLC 116 E Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 406-6598 elklandinginvestigationsllc.com Paul Applegate

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Altra Lawncare & Landscaping Services, Inc. 1591 E. Old Philadelphia Rd., Suite A Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-0880 www.altra-inc.net Jeff Ritter Bristoll Plantation Landscaping 843 Elk Forest Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-6001 www.bristollplantation.com Claiborne L. Stubbs LASER ENGRAVING Kamenik Enterprises 3 Colonial Circle, North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-8440 www.petethelaserguy.com Peter Kamenik LAUNDRY SERVICE O-Kleen Laundry 103 Northside Plaza, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-4828 www.okleenlaundry.com Roger Owens LAWYERS/ATTORNEYS

Baker, Thomey and Emrey, P.A.

153 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3536 www.cecillawfirm.com Dwight Thomey See ad page 46

Bowers Law 229 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 885-6200 www.bowerslawmd.com Jobeth Bowers Brown, Brown & Young, P.A. 212 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-3900 www.lawbrown.com Maureen Danos Clower, Parrack & Seaman 226 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-7400 www.cpslaw.net Dennis Clower Ganvir Law LLC 100 W. Road, Ste. 300, Towson, MD 21204 (410) 713-1512 www.ganvirlaw.com Malini Ganvir Law Office of Cricket Browne, LLC 117 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1991 www.powerhouselaw.com Cricket Browne Law Office of William F. Riddle 204 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-1343 www.willriddlelaw.com William Riddle Victor R. Jackson, LLC 190 East Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-7900 vrjlegal.com Victor Jackson

Walla Law Offices 157 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3346 Kelly Albanese Wilson, Rollins, Dellmyer & Brown 149 East Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1870 www.cecilattorney.com Evan Rollins LEARNING CENTER/PRESCHOOL Kiddie Academy 100 Kiddie Ln., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1110 www.kiddieacademy.com/elkton Wendy Barry LIMOUSINE SERVICES About Town Limousine 1717 Turkey Point Rd., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-6400 www.abouttownlimo.com Carol Gerhart LIQUOR STORES

State Line Liquors

1610 Elkton Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3838 www.statelineliquors.com Robert Murray See ad page 60 Vlamis Liquors 801 Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-7052 vlamisliquorsmd.com Nicholas A. Vlamis

Weaver’s Liquors

1747 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 287-5710 www.weaversliquors.com Don Harmer See ad page 65 MANUFACTURED HOMES Elkton Homes, Inc. 618 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3242 elktonhomesmd.com Peggy Rasnake MANUFACTURERS

Canton Kitchens

32 S Main St., North East, MD 29101 (443) 553-7312 www.cantonkitchens.com Kim Cunniff See ad page 39 Clene Nanomedicine, Inc. 500 Principio Parkway West, Ste 400, North East, MD 21901 (443) 273-1618 www.clene.com Mark Mortenson Colonial Metals PO Box 726, Elkton, MD 21922 (410) 398-7200 www.colonialmetals.com George Benvegno, Jr.

Composites USA One Peninsula Dr., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-2700 www.compositesusa.com Dan Naugle Firetower Farm Brewery 785 Firetower Rd., Colora, MD 21917 (443) 990-1159 www.firetowerfarmbrewery.com Roger Davis Fluoron, Inc. 505 Blue Ball Rd., Triumph Industrial Park #120 Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-0220 www.fluoron.com Jennifer Wallace Micropore 1000 Konica Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (302) 731-4100 www.microporeinc.com Doug McKenna Northrop Grumman Corporation 55 Thiokol Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-1000 www.northropgrumman.com John Hayes Stewart Companies 950 Smile Way, York, PA 17404 (717) 846-6555 www.stewartcompanies.com Gary Stewart, Jr. Terumo Medical Corporation 950 Elkton Blvd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-8500 www.terumomedical.com Kay McKinney Tim Plastics, Inc. 97 N. Leslie Rd., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-6944 www.timplastics.com Sandy Patel W. L. Gore & Associates 1901 Barksdale Rd., Newark, DE 19714 (410) 506-7787 www.gore.com Michael Ratchford MARINAS

Galahad Marine

15 Grandview Ave., North East, MD 21901 (833) 425-2423 www.galahadmarine.com Maryanne Mechler See ad page 5 North East River Marina, Nautical Rentals/Charters 724 Water St., Charlestown, MD 21914 (410) 287-5298 northeastrivermarina.com Amy DeSimone Tome’s Landing Marina, LLC 1000 Rowland Dr., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 378-3343 www.tomeslandingmarina.com David Read

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY Continued from previous page MARINE TRANSPORTATION Dann Marine Towing 299 Boat Yard Rd., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-5055 www.dannmarinetowing.com Christopher Dann MEETING SPACE Vandiver Inn 301 S. Union Ave., Havre De Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-5200 www.vandiverinn.com Holly Barton MERCHANT SERVICES Heartland Payment Systems – Mark Aguilera 1 Montceau Dr. Frenchtown Woods Newark, DE 19702 (302) 837-7119 Mark.aguilera@e-hps.com Mark Aguilera Metro Merchant Services 510 Century Blvd., Wilmington, DE 19808 (302) 838-9100 www.metromerchantservices.com Dan Schewe MORTGAGE LENDING Atlantic Home Loans 200 Biddle Ave., Ste. 202, Newark, DE 19702 (302) 803-5010 www.atlantichomeloans.com/staff/dougphillips/ Douglas Phillips Heartland Payment Systems – Mark Aguilera 1 Montceau Dr. Frenchtown Woods Newark, DE 19702 (302) 837-7119 mark.aguilera@e-hps.com Mark Aguilera Universal Mortgage and Finance 2525 Augustine Herman Hwy., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-7008 www.localmortgageguys.com Robert Cox MOVING AND STORAGE American Van and Storage Corporation 900 Interchange Blvd., Newark, DE 19711 (302) 369-0900 www.americande.com Robert Boyer

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MUSEUM

Mount Harmon Plantation

600 Mount Harmon Rd., Earleville, MD 21919 (410) 275-8819 www.mountharmon.org Paige Howard See ad page 65 NATURE CENTER Fair Hill Nature Center 630 Tawes Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-4909 www.fairhillnature.org Guylaine Thomas NEWSPAPERS/PERIODICALS Cecil County Life Magazine/Ad Pro Inc. 144 S. Jennersville Rd., West Grove, PA 19390 (610) 869-5553 www.cecilcountylife.com Randy Lieberman NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Albert P. Close Foundation 139 North Main St. #200, Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 838-2237 www.closefoundation.org/ Andrew Ondish American Cancer Society 92 Read’s Way, Ste. 205 New Castle, DE 19720 (302) 324-4227 www.cancer.org Carly Timmons Better Business Bureau of Maryland 502 S. Sharp St., Ste. 1200, Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 347-3990 www.bbb.org Angie Barnett Boys & Girls Clubs of Cecil County Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 720-0669 www.bgcharfordco.org Derek DeWitt Business and Education Partnership Advisory Council (BEPAC) 201 Booth St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5474 cecil.schoolwires.net/domain/23 Kelly Keeton Cecil Business Leaders PO BOX 2601, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 920-0480 www.cecilbusinessleaders.net Mario J. Gangemi, P.E. Cecil County Arts Council 135 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-5740 www.cecilcountyartscouncil.org Annmarie Hamilton

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Cecil County Community Mediation Center

224 East Main St. Ste. 110, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 207-5159 www.cecilmediation.org Kathy Glace See ad page 66 Cecil County Firemen’s Association 89 Clear Creek Glen, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 441-0691 www.cecilfireassoc.com Catherine Farrell Chesapeake Feline Association 88 Springhill Lane, North East, MD 21901 (410) 507-0664 www.chesapeakefelineassociation.org Donna Corcoran Christmas in April - Cecil County PO Box 2303, Elkton, MD 21922 (443) 907-5289 www.christmasinaprilcecilcounty.org Jerry Moran Del-Mar-Va Council, Inc. Boy Scouts of America 100 W. 10th St., Ste. 915, Wilmington, DE 19801 (302) 622-3300 www.delmarvacouncil.org Mark Clausing Elkton VFW Post 8175 208 W. High St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-3914 Charlie McCoy Faith Based NonProfit Resource Center 140 Maffitt St., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 406-7520 non-profitconsultant.com Debbie DiVirgilio Friends Foundation of the Cecil County Public Library 301 Newark Ave., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5600 ext. 474 www.cecil.ebranch.info/about-us/supportus/friends-of-the-library/ Amanda Butler Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna 205 S. Hays St., Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 638-4434 www.habitatsusq.org Karen Blandford Historical Society of Cecil County 135 East Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1790 www.cecilhistory.org Paula Newton Junior Achievement 522 S. Walnut St., Wilmington, DE 19801 (302) 654-4510 www.jadelaware.org/ Tracy Birney Kiwanis Club of Elkton Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 553-5585 www.elktonkiwanis.com Patricia Croce Knights of the Fallen 279 Sycamore Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 262-6409 Vickie Miller

Rotary - Elkton PO Box 821, Elkton, MD 21921 (732) 616-5555 www.elkton.rotary-clubs.org Danny DeMarinis

Seedco

216 E. Pulaski Hwy., Suite 212 Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-4839 seedco.org Mark Romaninsky See ad page 47 Venture Access, Inc. 2021 D Pulaski Hwy., Havre de Grace, MD 21921 (443) 559-4880 www.ventureaccess.org Jack Schammel Veteran’s Outreach Ministries 2200 Glasgow Ave., Newark, DE 19702 (302) 229-1819 www.veteransoutreachministries.org Thomas Hogate Water Witch Fire Co. Inc. 15 N. Main St., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 378-4223 www.WWFCo.com Wayne Tome, Sr. Youth Empowerment Source 140 Maffitt St., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 593-3900 www.youthempowermentsource.org Beth Creek OFFICE SERVICES Staples 801 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-2425 www.staples.com Mark Seeney OIL AND GAS SERVICE Aero Energy 1751 Pulaski Hwy., Havre De Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-3300 www.aeroenergy.com Dan McClure

Hillside Oil Heating & Cooling 40 Brookhill Dr., Newark, DE 19702 (410) 398-2146 www.HillsideHVAC.com Jim Sellers See ad page 66

Schagrin Gas Co.

505 Blue Ball Rd., Bldg. 205 B Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3400 www.Schagringas.com Robert S. Hill See ad page 63 OPTOMETRISTS/OPTICIANS/OPTICAL LABS/OPTHALMOLOGISTS Holloway Eye Care 202-B S. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-2323 www.hollowayeyecare.com Honey Lynn Whitehurst


MyEyeDr. 360 E. Pulaski Hwy., Ste. 1B, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-5240 www.myeyedr.com/locations/elkton Kim Goetz Seidenberg Protzko Eye Associates 360 E. Pulaski Hwy., Ste. 1, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-3600 www.visionexperts.com Susan Taylor PAVING

S & M Paving

1414 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-5864 www.smpaving.com Peggy Stanley See ad page 64 PAWN SHOP Chesapeake Pawn Brokers 2848 Augustine Herman Hwy., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-3034 Russ Hamilton PAYROLL SERVICES It’s PayDay 728 Rock Spring Rd., Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 879-5200 www.itspaydayonline.com George Heidelmaier PERSONAL SERVICE Domain Spa & Salon 707 N. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-0711 www.domainspasalon.com Sophia Grace Estuary Day Spa 32 S. Main St., Ste #5, North East, MD 21901 (412) 287-8269 estuarydayspa.com Janelle Wyndroski Michael James Hair Studio 2725 Augustine Herman Hwy., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-7040 www.facebook.com/MJHairStudio7/ Amber Holley PEST CONTROL SERVICES Advanced Pest Management 913 N. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (800) 5NO-BUGS apmservices.com George Williams Kirkwood Pest Control, Inc. 89 Club Ln., Earleville, MD 21919 (410) 275-2832 www.kirkwoodpestcontrol.com Tom Bredahl

PET SERVICES - GROOMING/ KENNEL/SUPPLIES

Captain’s Quarters for Pets, LLC 175 Deaver Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-8320 www.captainsquarters4pets.com Holly Carhart See ad page 18

PHARMACY AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Northside Pharmacy 707 N. Bridge St., Ste. B, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3784 www.northsidepharm.com Michael Spinn Welcare Pharmacy 218 E. Pulaksi Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 207-5105 www.welcarepharmacy.com Anu Bijja PHOTO BOOTH TapSnap1020 / Metz Enterprises, LLC 157 Hokeland Dr., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (443) 807-3112 www.tapsnap1020.com Eric or Dawn Metz PHYSICAL THERAPY Pivot Physical Therapy 801 Elkton Blvd., Ste. #3, Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 350-9056 www.pivotphysicaltherapy.com Mark Davis PLUMBING

H&B Plumbing & Heating, Inc. 2727 Augustine Herman Hwy., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-5012 hbplumbing.com Bob Meffley See ad page 65

POOL AND SPA JayZees Pool and Spa Supplies 2288 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-8295 www.jayzeespoolsupplies.com Jackie Zieber PORTABLE FACILITIES Regal Restrooms, LLC 2959 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-5277 www.regalrestroomsllc.com Robert Hodge PRINTERS/PUBLISHERS/ TYPESETTERS/GRAPHICS Fritz Printing 12 Schoolhouse Ln., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-0460 www.fritzprinting.com Paul Kammerer

Patterson Schwartz Real Estate 289 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-6500 www.pattersonschwartz.com Terry Mulkins RE/MAX Chesapeake 216 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-9200 www.remaxchesapeake.com Donnie Horton Real-Trust-Associates, LLC 2257 W. Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-1260 www.GetRealTrust.com Norman Wehner

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS Elkton Housing Authority 150 East Main St, Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-5018 Www.elktonha.org Cynthia Osborne Quinn Property Solutions, Inc. 72 N. Leslie Rd., Ste A, North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-9662 www.supercleanrentals.com Tom Quinn Ulrich Rentals 251 S. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-6340 www.ulrichrentals.info Pat Ulrich PUBLIC LIBRARY Cecil County Public Library 301 Newark Ave., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-5600 ext. 128 www.cecil.ebranch.info Morgan Miller QUARRIES Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. 233 Stevenson Rd., North East, MD 21901 (919) 783-4666 www.martinmarietta.com Rebecca Nielson RADIO STATIONS WHGM GOLD 100.5 FM 331 N. Union Ave., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-9446 www.smashhits.fm Jeff Davis WXCY 103.7 FM 707 Revolution St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 939-1100 www.wxcyfm.com JoAnne Callanta REAL ESTATE A. John Price, Patterson Price Real Estate 5 E. Green St., Middletown, DE 19709 (302) 378-9550 www.pattersonprice.com A. John Price Integrity Real Estate - John Ford 121 South Main St., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-8080 www.integrityrealestateonline.com John Ford

Michael Saunders of RE/MAX Vision

2288 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 920-8267 www.michaelsaunders.remaxagent. com Michael Saunders See ad page 66

REAL ESTATE - AGENTS Carolyn Kappra of Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate 680 S College Ave., Newark, DE 19713-1306 (302) 545-1373 kappra.com Carolyn Kappra Kelli Stansfield - Exit Preferred Realty 2615 Augustine Herman Hwy, Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (443) 553-4860 www.kellistansfield.com Kelli Stansfield Linda McKinnon of Patterson Schwartz 289 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (302) 584-3710 lmckinnon.psre.com Linda McKinnon Renee Hauf - Exit Preferred Realty 2615 Augustine Herman Hwy., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (443) 907-7289 www.bayacres.net Renee Hauf REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL ATV Office Center 111 S. Main St., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-8710 Andy Van Den Heuvel BCV Commercial Realty, LLC 1301 York Rd., Ste. 400 Lutherville, MD 21093 (410) 296-2626 ext. 4 www.bandcv.com William Vanden Eynden

Emory Hill Companies

10 Corporate Circle, Ste.100 New Castle, DE 19720 (302) 322-9500 www.emoryhill.com Tia Clifton See ad page 19 Milestone Commercial Realty PO Box 1218, Elkton, MD 21922 (410) 620-5115 www.MilestoneCR.com Rick Leipold

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY Continued from previous page TriState Commercial Realty Corporation 19 Newport Dr., Ste. 100, Forest Hill, MD 21050 (410) 879-0031 www.tristaterealtycorp.com Daniel Cudone

Tinamarie Reamy - Re/Max Vision 2288 Pulaski Hwy., Ste A & B, North East, MD 21901 (443) 309-1722 www.remax.com/realestateagentoffice/ northeast-md-21901-tinamariereamyid30096845.html Tinamarie Reamy

REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPMENT Chestnut Point Properties, LLC 85 Chestnut Point Rd., Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 937-9440 www.ChestnutPointEstatesandMarina.com Lori Copes Lambdin Development Company 1250 Brass Mill Rd. #B, Belcamp, MD 21017 (410) 273-1090 www.lambdindevelopment.com James Lambdin

RECYCLING Complete Recycling Group, LLC 1500 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-6727 www.complete-recycle.com Rick Polansky

REAL ESTATE - MORTGAGE LENDING Embrace Home Loans 5341 Limestone Rd., Ste. 101 Wilmington, DE 19808 (443) 553-3862 www.marccorvino.com Marc Corvino

RESTAURANTS Asian Garden 226 South Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3333 www.asiangardensushi.com Starvros Kalaitzoglou Baker’s Restaurant 1075 Augustine Herman Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2435 www.bakersrestaurant.net Rob Matthews C3ntral Tavern 107 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-5000 www.c3ntraltavern.com Beckie McMahon Chesapeake Inn Restaurant & Marina 605 2nd St., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-2040 www.chesapeakeinn.com Jen Joswick Chick-Fil-A - Elkton 1100 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-9494 Harry Marcus Chili’s 1195 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-3165 www.chilis.com Aaron Perez

REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL Ardent Title Company 149 East Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-9780 www.ardenttitle.com Susan Sprout-Knight Exit Preferred Realty 2615 Augustine Herman Hwy., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 398-9000 www.511Bill.com Bill Standiford Harlan C. Williams Co. 5800 Telegraph Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-8646 www.hcwillco.com Harlan C. Williams

Key Realty & Appraisals

147 E. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1247 www.keyrealtyandappraisal.com Leonard Wilson, Jr. See ad page 65 North East Enterprises 2959 Pulaski Hwy., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-5277 www.robertsextraspace.com Jeanne Parry The Villages at Belle Hill 200 Clear Blossom Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 207-8094 villagesatbellehill.com Francine Davis

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Elkton Recycling

53 Dogwood Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-2980 www.elktonrecycling.com Marcia Imperial See ad page 67

Daddy O’s & Chef Du Jour Catering

1765 New London Rd., Kemblesville, PA 19347 (610) 255-0300 www.e-chefdujour.com Jamie Wiest See ad page 64

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Johnny’s Sushi House LLC 5412 Pulaski Hwy, Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 642-0009 johnnysushihouse.com John Jhang Kitty Knight LLC 14028 Augustine Herman Hwy., Georgetown, MD 21930 (410) 648-5200 www.kittyknight.com Sueann Hall Minihane’s Irish Pub and Restaurant 101 W. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-0647 Denis Minihane Pats Select Pizza and Grill 224 S. Bridge St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-8870 www.Patsselect.com Daniel Escherich Schaefers Canal House Restaurant & Ballroom 208 Bank St., Chesapeake City , MD 21915 (410) 885-7204 www.schaeferscanalhouse.com Angie Rutherford Sweet Spice Bake Shop 17 S. Main St., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-5021 www.sweetspicenortheast.com Lisa Lonabaugh The Wellwood 523 Water St., Charlestown, MD 21914 (410) 287-6666 www.wellwoodclub.com Larry Metz Valhalla Brewing Co 41 Cherry Hill Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 207-8059 www.valhallabrewco.com Timothy Muhlmichl Woody’s Crab House 29 S Main St., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-3541 woodyscrabhouse.com Carolyn Crouch RETAIL STORES 4Ten Vapors 5301 Pulaski Hwy., Ste. K, Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 618-2211 www.4tenvapors.com Andrew Raftery Crown Trophy of Glasgow 218 Peoples Plaza, Newark, DE 19702 (302) 838-6600 www.crowntrophy.com/store-91 Tom Soutar Elkton Associates Limited Partnership Big Elk Mall, Rt 213 and Rt 40 Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 752-5444 www.cordish.com John Peters

Kilby Cream

129 Strohmaier Ln., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-2614 www.kilbycream.com Andrea Sensenig See ad page 62 Martins Food Store 24 Rising Sun Towne Ctr., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-7900 martinsfoods.com Christopher Reeves North of Diamond 126 East Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 406-3309 NorthofDiamond.com Orhan Seren Satin Stitches by Sheri 594 Leeds Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 553-0172 www.satinstitchesbysheri.com Sheri Jeric Spartan Cigar Lounge 128 E Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 350-9808 www.spartancigarlounge.com Peter Anastasi Vulcan’s Rest Fibers 2728 Augustine Herman Hwy., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-2890 www.vulcansrest.com Margaret Trussell Wesley’s 4Vape Shop 999 E. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-0100 www.wesleysvapeshop.com Collin McIlvried SIGNS Image 360 Harford 113 W. Bel Air Ave., Aberdeen , MD 21001 (410) 273-9742 www.image360harford.com Christine Sellaro STEEL FABRICATION Strickland Steel, Inc. 505 Blue Ball Rd., #180 Triumph Industrial Park Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-6609 Edward Strickland STORAGE

Acorn Management Co., Inc.

4 Coachman Dr., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-0004 www.elktonstorage.com Terri Fidance See ad page 65 Belle Hill Self Storage 6 Warner Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-9900 Gale Whiteman


Elkton Road Self Storage 705 N. Bridge St., Northside Plaza Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 620-3931 www.elktonroadselfstorage.com Royce Logan TATTOO ARTIST Tidewater Tattoo 106 W. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-1202 www.tidewatertattoo.com Rob Massimiano TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANTS Northeastern MD Tech Council 2021-D, Pulkaski Hwy., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 638-4466 www.nmtc.org John Casner TELEPHONE SYSTEMS AND SERVICES

1-Touch Solutions, LLC

17 Marie Ln., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-2248 www.1touchsolutions.net Holly Crawford Rodriguez See ad page 30 TOURISM

Cecil County Tourism

124 W. Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 996-6299 www.SeeCecil.org Sandy Turner See ad page 61 Visit Harford Inc. 115 N. Main St., #C, Bel Air, MD 21014 (410) 838-7777 www.VisitHarford.com Greg Pizzuto TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

Hollywood Casino Perryville

1201 Chesapeake Overlook Pkwy., Perryville, MD 21903 (410) 378-8500 www.hollywoodcasinoperryville.com Shonette Carew See ad page 59 Milburn Stone Theatre One Seahawk Dr., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-1037 www.milburnstone.org Dann Combs TRADE ASSOCIATIONS Cecil County Board of Realtors, Inc. One Brown Ct., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-4844 www.cecilcountyboardofrealtors.com Pam Hawkins Cecil County Classroom Teachers Association (CCCTA) 3135 Joseph Biggs Memorial Hwy., Ste. 3, North East, MD 21901 (410) 656-0200 www.ccctamsea.org Lori Hrinko

TRAFFIC CONTROL UCS, LLC 377 Hutton Rd. Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 287-8800 https://ucswbe.com Amy Grass TRAINING Paramedical Personnel of Maryland 343 Granary Rd., Ste. D, Forest Hill, MD 21050 (410) 838-8821 ppmems.com August Becker TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Claremont Airport - Cecil County Airport 166 Raintree Ln., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-0234 www.claremontairport.com Jance Peterson

Delaware Express Shuttle & Tours

2825 Ogletown Rd., Newark, DE 19713 (302) 454-7800 ext. 616 www.DelExpress.com Gerry Frenze See ad page 66 Happy Helpers Transit, LLC 1107 Wilson Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (443) 466-6038 www.happyhelperstransit.com John & Linda Sandlin Trent Enterprises, LLC 910 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-3373 www.trententerprisesllc.com Jeff Trent TRUCK SALES AND PARTS R. L. Jackson, Inc. 1379 Jacob Tome Memorial Hwy., Port Deposit, MD 21904 (410) 378-2481 www.rljacksontrucks.com Sara Jackson-Taylor StateLine Truck and Trailer Center, LLC 288 Stevens Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-0520 www.statelinerepair.com Donald Needham UTILITIES

Artesian Water

664 Churchmans Rd., Newark, DE 19702 (302) 453-6900 www.artesianwater.com Joe DiNunzio See ad page 30 Chesapeake Utilities 500 Energy Ln., Ste. 100, Dover, DE 19901 (800) 427-0015 www.chpk.com Vincent Fiorelli Choptank Electric Cooperative, Inc. 611 Morgnec Rd., Chestertown, MD 21620 (410) 479-0380 www.choptankelectric.com Mike Malandro

CQI Associates, LLC 10729 B Birmingham Way, Woodstock, MD 21163 (410) 740-0667 www.cqiassociates.com Joe Tabeling Delmarva Power 2 Center Dr., North East, MD 21901 (410) 287-7162 www.delmarva.com Linda Burris Eco Solar Solutions 36 Austins Way, Elkton, MD 21921 (302) 893-0073 www.eco-solarsolutions.com Chris Kerr Exelon Generation - Conowingo Dam 1569 Shures Landing Rd., Darlington, MD 21034 (610) 765-5809 www.exeloncorp.com Deena Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien

LECCO Pipeline Company, LLC

1025 Augustine Herman Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-2720 Joe Tiley See ad page 64

WATER TREATMENT Martin Water Conditioning 2318 Beaver Valley Pk., New Providence, PA 17560 (800) 786-7231 www.martinwater.com Shawn Reimold WEDDINGS Rosewood Farms 1316 Singerly Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 350-9938 rosewoodfarms.org Rick Biddle

Sinking Springs

843 Elk Forest Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-5566 www.sinkingsprings.com Ann Stubbs See ad page 18 The Gardens at Bethlehem Farms 99 Slicers Mill Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 214-2222 www.thegardensatbf.com Linda Pierce WELDING FABRICATION AND SUPPLIES

APEX Piping Systems, Inc. Old Dominion Electric Cooperative

179 Old Mill Rd., Conowingo, MD 21918 (410) 658-1247 www.odec.com Brian Heinbaugh See ad page 3 Rock Springs Generation Facility 1423 Rock Spring Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 423-4246 www.cogentrix.com Victoria Danker VETERINARIANS Basin Run Animal Hospital 572 Firetower Rd., Colora, MD 21917 (410) 658-5709 www.basinrunanimalhospital.com Ashley Willis

North East Animal Hospital

1771 W. Pulaski Hwy., Elkton, MD 21921 (443) 877-6556 www.northeastanimalhosp.com Kerrianne Hanlin See ad page 17

Select Breeders Services, Inc.

302 Falco Dr., Newport, DE 19804 (302) 995-6136 www.apexpiping.com John Stevens See ad page 8

Keen Compressed Gas Company

339 Curtis Ave., Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 392-4554 www.keengas.com Kathy Dougherty See ad page 67 WINERIES Chateau Bu-De, LLC Bohemia Manor Farm 237 Bohemia Manor Farm Ln., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-2500 chateaubude.com Brenda Dedrick ZOOS

Plumpton Park Zoo

1416 Telegraph Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21911 (410) 658-6850 www.plumptonparkzoo.org Cheryl Lacovara See ad page 37

961 Cayots Corner Rd, Chesapeake City, MD 21915 (410) 885-3202 www.selectbreeders.com Paul Loomis See ad page 19

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A warm “thank you” to the following companies who helped make this fine publication possible.

1 Touch Solutions LLC.........page 20 www.1touchsolutions.net

Emory Hill ..............................page 19 www.emoryhill.com

Acorn Management ..............page 65 www.elktonstorage.com

Freedom Hills ........................page 64 www.freedomhills.org

American Home & Hardware ...............................page 35 www.elktonsupply.com

Fulton Bank N.A....................page 21 www.fultonbank.com

Apex .........................................page 8 www.apexpiping.com APGFCU ..................................page 2 www.apgfcu.com Armstrong Utilities ...............page 17 armstrongonewire.com

Galahad Marine .......................page 5 www.galahadmarine.com H&B Plumbing ......................page 65 hbplumbing.com Harford Bank .........................page 39 www.harfordbank.com

North East Animal Hospital ....................page 17 www.northeastanimalhosp.com Nowland Associates .............page 62 www.nowlandassociates.com ODEC .......................................page 3 www.odec.com O’Donnell and Company ......page 65 www.odonnellandcompany.net Plumpton Park Zoo...............page 37 www.plumptonparkzoo.org PuroClean Restoration Specialist .................................page 5 www.puroclean.com/prs-md

Artesian Water ......................page 30 www.artesianwater.com

Hillside Heating and Cooling ..................................page 66 www.HillsideHVAC.com

AUI Power..............................page 64 www.auipower.com

Hollywood Casino Direct .....page 59 www.hollywoodcasinoperryville.com

Baker, Thomey and Emory ..page 46 www.cecillawfirm.com

Howard Bank...................page 64, 67 www.howardbank.com

Calvert Manor Health............page 44 www.calvertmanor.com

Hunters Sale Barn ................page 33 www.huntersauctionserviceinc.com

Canton Kitchens ...................page 39 www.cantonkitchens.com

K2M2 Technologies ..............page 15 k2m2technologies.com

Captains Quarters for Pets ..page 18 www.captainsquarters4pets.com

Keen Compressed Gas ........page 67 www.keengas.com

Cecil Bank .............................page 36 www.cecilbank.com

Key Realty and Appraisals ..page 65 www.keyrealtyandappraisal.com

Cecil College .........................page 51 www.cecil.edu

Keystone Overhead Doors ..page 51 www.keystoneoverhead.com

Cecil County Fair ..................page 13 cecilcountyfair.org

Kilby Cream...........................page 62 www.kilbycream.com

Cecil County Health Dept.....page 46 www.cecilcountyhealth.org

La Quinta ...............................page 59 www.lq.com

Cecil County Office of Economics ........................page 4, 61 www.cecilbusiness.org

Landmark Science and Engineering ...........................page 33 www.landmark-se.com

Cecil Mediation ....................page 66 www.cecilmediation.org

Laurelwood ...........................page 43 laurelwoodcare.com

Tri-M .......................................page 18 htp://tri-mgroup.com

Daddy Os Restaurant ...........page 64 www.e-chefdujour.com

LECCO Pipeline Co. .............page 64

Union Hospital ................page 45, 88 www.uhcc.com

Delaware Express Shuttle....page 66 www.DelExpress.com Dexsta Federal Credit.............page 7 www.dexsta.com Edward Jones (Lim) .............page 30 www.edwardjones.com Elkton Recycling page .................. 67 www.elktonrecycling.com

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McCrone ................................page 66 www.mccrone-engineering.com Michael Saunders Realty ......page66 www.michaelsaunders.remaxagent Milburn Orchards..................page 62 www.milburnorchards.com Mount Harmon ......................page 65 www.mountharmon.org

Rolling Hills Ranch ...............page 67 www.rollinghillsranch.org S and M Paving .....................page 64 www.smpaving.com Schagrin Gas ........................page 63 www.Schagringas.com Seedco ...................................page 47 seedco.org Select Breeders ....................page 19 www.selectbreeders.com ServPro ..................................page 15 www.servprocecilcounty.com Sinking Spring Herb Farm ...page 18 www.sinkingsprings.com State Line Liquors ................page 60 www.statelineliquors.com Supporting Strategies ..........page 67 www.supportingstrategies.com/wilmington-de Tome School .........................page 50 www.tomeschool.org Town of Perryville MD ..........page 33 www.perryvillemd.org

WeaversLiquours .................page 65 www.weaversliquors.com Weyrich, Cronin and Sorra ..page 15 www.wcscpa.com WSFS Newark .......................page 87 www.wsfsbank.com


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