The follow organizations have made contributions to our organization since its inception:
Chesapeake employers Insurance through F.A.M. & M. Insurance
Emmanuel Church, Chestertown
Pirates and Wenches Committee, Rock Hall
Sergeant Preston Ashley American Legion Post, Rock Hall
The Kent County Commissioners
The Town of Rock Hall
Several Anonymous Eastern Shore Foundations and Citizens
Wine Time Group
THANK YOU, MENTORS/TUTORS
The Board of Directors of Kent County Learning Center and I thank you for the generous contribution of your time and energy to help local students in the pursuit of their educational goals.
You are the very backbone of this organization, without your untiring help we could not exist. We hope you will enjoy the summer and will be willing to continue on with us in September.
You can never tell when you will find a diamond in the rough who will look back on your help and determine that your efforts put him or her “over the top.”
501 (c) (3) Non-profit Organization
The Kent County Learning Center is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization; as such all contributions made to the organization are tax deductible. We encourage local residents and organizations to make contributions to our cause.
Elizabeth Hollomon was born in Quebec, Canada. She graduated with a degree as a Registered Nurse from SUNY, Alabany and has an extensive background in
developing, planning, coordinating, and scientific review of clinical trials
The Board of Directors of the Kent County Learning Center wishes to recognize volunteer mentor Annette May for her sustained mentoring help to local students.
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21211 Rock Hall Ave
Rock Hall, MD. 21661
Rick Reedy has been a mentor at the Kent County Learning Center since its inception in 2012. He can be found there, without fail, every Tuesday and Thursday evening and has become a mainstay of the center.
Linda graduated from Chestertown High School, and from Marymount University with a B.A. in Art and Psychology, and a M.Ed.
Beth was born and grew up in Baltimore, Md. After graduating from high school she became a nurse in 1967. Her first job was at Anne Arundel General Hospital in Annapolis.