On Wednesday, March 28 the Talbot County Young Professionals held their monthly luncheon at Scossa Restaurant in Easton. Rob Billings, Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley presented on Investing with Impact. Pictured include Himanshu Dutt (Charles Paul Goebel, Architect, LTD.), Kelly Valin (Charles Paul Goebel, Architect, LTD.), Crystal Rogers (1880 Bank), Stacey Hollingsworth (Queenstown Bank), Hali Leeson (Provident State Bank), Estela Ramirez (Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center), James Reinhardt, Jay Doaty (Maryland Group of Long & Foster), Larissa Barilar (High Point Hanoverians), Christopher Hiers (Eastern Shore Smile Solutions), Garrett Fitzgerald (Ewing, Dietz, Fountain and Kaludis), Rob Billings (Morgan Stanley), Lawson Newcomb (1880 Bank), Ryan Snow (Talbot County
On Saturday, March 17, during Easton’s St. Patrick Day Festivities, the Talbot County Young Professionals (TCYP) organized the Annual Potato Race. Easton Volunteer Fire Department won the race. Pictured above with the EVFD team include: TCYP Adam Shellhamer (BDK, Inc.), Don Abbatiello (EVFD), Peter Stark (EVFD), Ralph Romano (EVFD), Anne Cover (EVFD), TCYP President Kristin Lockerman, Richard Williamson, Jr. (EVFD), Jason Spies (EVFD driver), and Justin Jones EVFD passenger) Taking home the Team Spirit Award was the team of Prestige World Wide. Pictured below include team members: Erin Russum, Jennifer Moran, Doug Mayorga and Kelley Tawney and TCYP Potato Race Organizer Andrew Tawney (Andrew Tawney Accounting Service).
On Wednesday, December 13, during the annual Toys for Tots luncheon, Bryan Brothers Foundation presented a $1000 check to the Talbot County Young Professionals Toys for their Tots Campaign. Pictured above includes representatives from Bryan Brothers Foundation Board of Directors, Talbot Chamber and Young Professionals: Joe Buckley (Willow Construction), Sharon Poore (Poore House Printing), Frank Divilio (State Farm Insurance), Dawn Turner (Talbot County Board of Education) Santa (Tony Newell), Talbot Chamber President & CEO and Easton Town Councilman Al Silverstein, Elf Kristin Lockerman (2018 YP President, Avery Hall Benefit Solutions), Rennie Gay (Gay’s Seafood), and Josh Johnson (Bartlett Griffin and Vermilye) The Bryan Brothers “Building Dreams for Youth” Foundation’s mission is
Talbot County Young Professionals (YPs) gather at Fred Frederick Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, 8562 Ocean Gateway, in Easton for their annual Toys for Tots (TFT) toy count on Tuesday, December 12. The Fred Frederick Dealership has been a major sponsor of this event over the past six years. Providing financial as well as in-kind support with volunteers/staff, TFT advertising, usage of the Easton dealership space to build the TFT holiday parade float and store and count the donated toys, transporting the toys to the TFT luncheon and to the distribution location and more. Thank you to Vice President & General Manager Jeff Frederick and all of the Fred Frederick Staff! Pictured for a check presentation during the annual counting of the toys are: Talbot Chamber President & CEO and Easton
On Friday December 8, Koons Easton Toyota presented a $3000 check to the Talbot County Young Professionals (YPs) for their annual Toys for Tots campaign. Koons also collected toys from their staff and customers for the cause. Pictured above are YPs and Koons staff: Adam Shellhamer (BDK, Inc.), Incoming YP President Kristin Lockerman (Avery Hall Benefit Solutions), Talbot Chamber President & CEO and Easton Town Councilman Al Silverstein, Kimberlee Kelly (Koons), Beth Holloway (Koons), Cherie Warren (Koons), Michelle Meekins (Koons), Adam Jones (Shore United Bank), Koons Easton Toyota Controller Theresa Griffin, YP Past President Andrew Tawney (Andrew Tawney Accounting Service), Koons Easton Toyota General Manager JT Thompson. In the bed of the truck are Ty Wongus (Koons) and Joe Buck