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.
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…
Apr 3, 2018 – Calvert Recorder
Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month brings attention to many matters impacting individuals with developmental disabilities each March. One of the ongoing challenges for these individuals is employment — often facing unemployment or underemployment despite their ability, desire, or willingness to work in the community.
Mar 12, 2018 – Calvert Recorder
During a whirlwind visit to Calvert by Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and his cabinet, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford made a stop at End Hunger in Calvert County’s warehouse in Prince Frederick.
Feb 2, 2018 – Calvert Recorder
On behalf of the over 15,000 people you helped care for in 2017, we extend our deepest thanks. Because of our community’s generosity, 2017 was another record-breaking year for Calvert County.
Dec 4, 2017 – Calvert Recorder
In one day, through the power of social media, End Hunger in Calvert County raised enough money to feed 4,000 families for a week.
10/28/2017 – Calvert Recorder
So what did the public—grownups and children—learn about Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant during the facility’s annual Community Information Night Friday, Oct. 27? It would appear it’s a great place to go trick-or-treating and get lots of candy.
Sep 15, 2017 – Calvert Recorder
Ten Prince George’s County firefighters, primarily residents of Calvert County, headed to Houston Sept. 11 to provide relief for the first responders of Hurricane Harvey.
August 10, 2017 – The Calvert County Times
“People who work in grocery stores can’t afford to buy groceries.” U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D: MD) received that stark message Aug. 4 during a visit at End Hunger in Calvert in Huntingtown. The speaker was the non-profit’s founder, Rev. Robert Hahn, senior pastor of Chesapeake Church.
Calvert Recorder – Jul 7, 2017
The 2018 Farm bill, crop insurance, conservation resources, controlling the deer population and the Affordable Care Act were the topics of much conversation between Calvert County farmers and Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.).
06/12/2017 – TheBayNet.com
The Fifth annual Dragon Boat Festival in North Beach Saturday, June 10 was perhaps the most competitive contest in the event’s brief history.
June 7, 2017 – Calvert Beacon
Thanks to the hard work and dedication of nuclear plant employees…Kathy Lagiewski and Terri Wise, Exelon will be donating…$5,000 to End Hunger Calvert.
May 24, 2017 – Southern Maryland News Net
Over 5,000 spectators, 30 teams, and local vendors come together Saturday June 10th to race to end hunger in Calvert County. The Dragon Boats are BACK in North Beach…
Apr 19, 2017 – Calvert Recorder
The 2017 Maryland legislative session wrapped up at the start of last week, and for Calvert County’s legislators and commissioners, it came with a mix of triumphs and failures….Included in those were grant bills securing $50,000 for End Hunger In Calvert County…
Mar 3, 2017 – Calvert Recorder
On behalf of the 15,000 people End Hunger feeds every year, we express a heartfelt thank you to Northern High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students for their dedication and commitment to ending hunger in Calvert County.