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The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region elects five new board members

ABERDEEN, MD—The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region (The Arc NCR) announced on Tuesday that they had elected five new board members. Elizabeth Bayer, Michael Bertrand, and Michael Griffith were elected to the foundation board while Kim Marino and Eric Rebbert were elected to its governance board of directors. Elizabeth Bayer is senior vice president of internal audit for the Aberdeen Proving …


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The Arc NCR’s Shawn Kros named a Most Admired CEO by The Daily Record

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region announced on Thursday that Shawn Kros had been named one of Maryland’s “Most Admired CEOs” by The Daily Record. The awards program recognizes talented business CEOs and nonprofit executive directors throughout Maryland for their leadership and vision. Kros was selected based on her professional accomplishments, community service, and letters of reference submitted by co-workers, …


Artwork wanted for The Arc NCR’s annual Sprout Film & Art Festival

ABERDEEN, MD—The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region is seeking artwork submissions for its sixth annual Sprout Film & Art Festival taking place Wednesday, November 13, from 5-8 p.m. at Water’s Edge Events Center (4687 Millennium Drive) in Belcamp. The festival will showcase the many artistic talents of individuals with and without differing abilities as well as films from the renowned NYC …

Governor Hogan appoints Linda Norman to Maryland Senate

Governor Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced the appointment of Linda Norman to the Maryland Senate. The governor made the appointment following recommendations from the Harford County and Cecil County Republican Central Committees. Linda Norman will replace her late husband, former Senator H. Wayne Norman Jr., in the Senate. “While we are still shocked and saddened by the news of Senator …

GM Foundation awards grants, raises money for WMVFC

WHITE MARSH, Md. — Last weekend, the General Motors Foundation, in partnership with GM’s Baltimore Operations team, provided a $40,000 grant to five local charities. Eric Shelhorn, the new GM Baltimore Operations Plant Manager made the announcement during the plant’s 7th Annual Classic Car Show. The charities receiving the grants were: Maryland United Way, $10,000.00; The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region, …