Calvert County Public Schools Community

  It is going to take a county-wide commitment to reach our neediest children. 2020-03-15 End Hunger In Calvert County is beginning free food distribution to families on March 16. Please see the letter below for information about receiving food, making donations,...

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Hahn details big plans for food operation

  The Rev. Robert Hahn...told lawmakers in Annapolis about plans to expand the End Hunger program, which started in 2008. Feb 12, 2020 Plans to fight hunger in Southern Maryland were on the plate of state legislators last week.   The Rev. Robert Hahn, pastor...

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End Hunger in Calvert County Receives $25,000 Grant

This winter, needy families won’t need to choose between buying groceries or providing their children with winter clothes; purchasing medicine; or heating their homes. Families will experience hope and comfort–and that impact is invaluable. Oct 22, 2019 “End Hunger is...

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Hill requests town funding for warehouse project

Jul 24, 2019 By MARTY MADDEN mmadden@somdnews.com Retired television and radio meteorologist Doug Hill addressed the mayor and town council of Chesapeake Beach on Thursday evening, seeking financial support for End Hunger in Calvert County Inc. Hill, who lives in...

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County, Chesapeake Church team up to End Hunger

“We will become a formal hub of the Maryland Food Bank in Calvert County for Southern Maryland,” the Rev. Robert Hahn said, adding “This brings it home and ensures that it is here for as long as the need is here.” June 5, 2019 Calvert County’s Department of Community...

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The Lobby Serves Food and Drink for the Soul

TheBayNet.com – 06/09/2018
Amid the rich, verdant pastures of rural Calvert County citizens with devotional needs come to Chesapeake Church…Mortals do get hungry and the church that started the End Hunger in Calvert County revolution is putting its best plate forward.

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Bank Employees Dress Down for Charity

May 30, 2018 – Calvert Recorder
Community Bank of the Chesapeake kicked off its annual Casual for a Cause Program on May 1. The program allows employees to dress business casual for the summer by making a donation. This year, all proceeds raised will be donated to local organizations that help those who face hunger in Annapolis and Southern Maryland…

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