Eastern Shore Community Rowers

Eastern Shore Community Rowers

Eastern Shore Community Rowers’ (ESCR) 2018 season ended with a bang-up finale at the Hager House on the Tred Avon. The ESCR mission is to foster a stronger, healthier community and environment by promoting, educating and training adults of all ages and abilities in the sport of rowing. With spring around the corner, the rowers are […]

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If a small business wants to work for the Federal government, recognize that these contracting efforts require a long-term commitment of time, research, dedicated resources (staff and dollars) plus a short-, mid- and long-term market strategy. Though complex, the Federal business environment offers many economic advantages for small businesses that directly impact the employment growth […]

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High Schoolers’ Environmental Plan Takes the Prize

EASTON — St. Michaels High School students designed an environmental plan in addressing pollution and erosion at Easton Point and carried home a shiny gold trophy for their efforts on March 5 at the ACE Mentor Program of Maryland’s Eastern Shore 15th annual awards and scholarships ceremony. About 150 students, parents, ACE mentors and local […]

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The Key to an Inclusive Workplace

Fortune 500 companies and Starbucks share a secret when it comes to inclusive hiring and retention practices. Successful companies know that supporting diversity of all types can create a positive, nurturing environment where all employees feel safe and cared for. Workforce diversity means creative, out-of-the-box thinking when it comes to new or sticky business dilemmas. […]

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