For baseball fans in Southern Maryland, what better game to catch than the Atlantic League All-Star Game, where you can see the League’s best playing together on one night. Which is why we’re celebrating our partnership as the Official Bank of the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs with an All-Star contest!
Enter our Blue Crabs Contest and you could win a grand prize family four pack of tickets to the 2013 Atlantic League All-Star Game at the home of the Blue Crabs – Regency Furniture stadium, Wednesday, July 10.
In addition to the grand prize, six lucky winners will receive a Blue Crabs baseball hat as part of a weekly drawing every Friday from May 24 through June 28. Continue reading
Looking for fun and free educational and entertainment opportunities for your children? Good news, you can find all of that with a visit to your local library.
Most locations offer free concerts or story times for younger kids, like Saturday Story Times available at the Charles County Public Library. Not only are these events cost effective, they are also influential in getting kids interested and excited about reading at an early age.
There’s always something for teens and tweens too! Game night and a cooking workshop are just two events coming up at Prince Frederick’s Calvert Library.
Most events are usually held at the same time on a regular basis, which can grant moms and dads the ability to arrange a carpool; saving some busy parents another valuable resource – time.
Do you visit your local library?
Are you are hunting for a job to help make ends meet or possibly looking for a position more commensurate with your education and skill set? While our economy is rebounding, many local job seekers and businesses still face an uphill climb during this speedy economic recovery. The good news is that there is a great new resource on its way to help “drive” the economic prospects of our local communities!
Our energetic and committed Community Corps volunteers are looking forward to Spring!
Among the activities where you’ll find our employees, families and friends, neighbors and customers volunteering to help make a difference are: Continue reading
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease kills one in three women each year. That’s a rate of approximately one woman every minute!
To help raise awareness including the causes and prevention of heart disease, many of us at Community Bank of Tri-County will be wearing red on February 1 as part of the Association’s Go Red for Women campaign.
Will you also be wearing red?
The community’s support of our Second Annual Holiday Food and Toy Drive was truly heartwarming.
Because of your generosity, we donated 749 pounds of food to the Southern Maryland Food Bank and the King George Food Pantry. (This will feed 37 families two to three meals per day for two to three days!) An additional $125 in cash donations to the Food Drive will buy another 1,000 pounds of food. Continue reading
Photo from the Maryland State Board of Elections
You’ve seen the ads. You’ve watched the debates. You’ve heard the pundits and pollsters, read newspaper and magazine editorials, watched the news, and followed the online political trail. You’ve done your homework.
And the good news is – tomorrow is election day! Continue reading
Here at Community Bank of Tri-County we are thankful to have weathered the storm that was Hurricane Sandy.
We are grateful to efforts of first responders, as well as Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO), which did an incredible job keeping our lights on, and restoring it as quickly as possible.
Our thoughts and prayers are with those families and businesses still recovering from the impact of Hurricane Sandy.
Looking for a way to help? Because Hurricane Sandy affected supplies, the American Red Cross is looking for donations of blood and platelets. To find a blood drive near you, visit their website – RedCrossBlood.org.
Our Community Corps volunteers have been busy! Maybe you’ve seen them – or the Community Corps symbol, a distinctive red triangle with a heart inside – at an activity or event near you.
Community Corps volunteers aren’t just any volunteers — they are our employees, families and friends, neighbors and customers, doing what they can to help build stronger communities for us all. Continue reading