Fellow Kiwanian, Mike Castoro, will include a brief history of the Pride of Baltimore II, it's relationship with the state of Maryland, the sinking of the first ship, and rebuilding the second one, as well as his experience as a guest crew member. Mike sailed on the PoB II in October from Norfolk, VA up the Chesapeake Bay to Georgetown, MD.
Since its inception, Worcester County G.O.L.D. (Giving Other Lives Dignity), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, continues to improve the quality of life for Worcester County residents who live in poverty and low-income circumstances including infants, children, families, vulnerable adults, those who are homeless, and children in foster care.
Program Coordinator, Taylor Carly, and Executive Director, Nicholas Cranford will update us on the organization and its work.
Fellow Kiwanian, Bob Wolfing, is a former President of a tax consulting firm and has been the owner of a real estate appraisal company. After retirement, he taught mathematics at the high school and college levels. He will share his expertise with us when he explains what the numbers in the assessment notices mean and their impact. He will tell us about the appeals process in Ocean Pines. It is suggested that you bring your notice with you to this meeting if you have received one.