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October 2020 ChesMRC Newsletter

Pack 003 from Easton finally got a breath of fresh air on October 10th at the Henson Scout Reservation, located in Rhodesdale, MD. Approximately 40 members of our community, including children, parents, ChesMRC staff and Den Leaders attended a Cub Family event organized by the Boy Scouts of America and the Del-Mar-Va Council. This year’s theme was “Weird and Wacky”, […]

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ChesMRC honors John Ford’s memory

By CONNIE CONNOLLY cconnolly@chespub.com Sep 23, 2020   EASTON — The late John Ford’s legacy of leadership and public service continues to inspire tributes in his memory. On Sept. 16, Matthew Peters, executive director of the Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center in Easton, and Board President Harvey Zendt paid a visit to Ford’s wife Peggy Ford. […]

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September 2020 ChesMRC Newsletter

ChesMRC’s logo is an iconic representation of our organization. We often admire its beauty and reflect upon its meaning. Have you ever wondered how it came to fruition? What does it mean? Why the choice of colors? An image says more than one thousand words. -How do you interpret our logo? Hoping to learn more […]

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Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center holds birthday fundraiser

By BRAD DRESS bdress@chespub.com Aug 29, 2020 EASTON — The Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center is hosting a special fundraiser to raise at least $10,000 to renovate its property, expand community services and pay operating costs. The Easton-based community organization, which has served more than 4,000 immigrants and non-English speakers since its inception in 2012, announced […]

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$5,000 Match Announced!

Dear Friends, Yesterday we shared the wonderful news of our eighth anniversary, which we are celebrating with a special ‘brick and mortar’ fundraiser.  We can’t thank you enough for your kind messages and generous gifts to celebrate this joyful occasion. We are excited to share one more reason to feel grateful: a dear generous supporter has […]

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August 2020: ChesMRC celebrates 8th Anniversary

Dear Friends, ChesMRC is celebrating its eighth anniversary and we invite you to commemorate this amazing undertaking by visiting our special anniversary page!We can’t believe it’s been eight years since our incorporation! On August 23 of 2012, with great appreciation for the immigrant community and in recognition of its unique challenges, ChesMRC embarked on a journey to […]

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July 2020 ChesMRC News

ChesMRC continues to work closely with the community and public agencies to prevent the spread and mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Now, more than ever, our services and resources are needed by our clients and the community at-large. On July 17th, Talbot County announced that the Hispanic community is being particularly affected by the virus.  […]

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June 2020 ChesMRC’s Newsletter

In spite of COVID-19 disruptions, ChesMRC continued to deliver its services and ensured that they were available to our clients.  The Immigration Program, for instance, was very successful during the past months, securing the approval of several applications for permanent residency and citizenship. As Maryland gradually reopens, ChesMRC is beginning to offer some face-to-face services […]

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2020 Spring Appeal

  Greetings from the Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center (ChesMRC), an organization dedicated to empowering people from different cultures to become successful and engaged members of our community! Located in the heart of Easton, Maryland, ChesMRC has served more than 4,000 people from more than 50 different countries. Indeed, our Eastern Shore is incredibly diverse! Keep […]

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There will never be a WE as long as there is a THEY

June 1, 2020 Dear Friends and Neighbors: There will never be a WE as long as there is a THEY. Simple words. A long road. Many in our country are reeling from the senseless death of George Floyd, an African American man in Minneapolis. On the same day, another African American man was unfairly threatened […]

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