November 17, 2018

Pax Partnership Releases Annual Report

Annual Report

The 2018 Annual Report for The Patuxent Partnership has been released, and it offers a comprehensive summary of the organization’s activities in the last year. 

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College Sessions Highlight Health Sciences

Health Sciences Busy Month at CSM

The College of Southern Maryland Health Pathways information sessions will offer information about all of the college’s Health Sciences programs as well as information about the competitive admissions and petition process.

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Access to Care Program Gets National Attention

Access to Care

A program that improves access to care for patients at MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital in Leonardtown has been featured in an article in US News & World Report.

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Who’s Who on St. George Island–“Baby Lena” Denny

St. George Island

Lena Marie “Baby Lena” Denny was a “Tom Boy,” growing up on St. George Island, who climbed the Silver Maple trees in her yard until Hurricane Hazel blew them down and missed the school bus on purpose to ice skate on the creek with her best buddy Tommy Poe.

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Hastings Wins Ocean City Boxing Bout

Hastings

Nykhia “Babygirl” Hastings of Knowledge Boxing Center in Lexington Park won her third bout at the Baddest-Sun-O-The-Beach boxing competition on Oct. 12 in Ocean City.

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Message From the Captain/Changes Around the Marshes on St. George Island in the Fall

message from the captain

The temperature drops, the birds head south, and the butterflies migrate across St. George Island: autumn creeps into this issue of Message From the Captain.

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Who’s Who on St. George Island/Camp Merreylande

St. George Island

Camp Merryelande, long a vacation haven for summer visitors and fishermen is still a resort for the whole family on the every-changing sands of St. George Island. Who’s Who of St. George Island captures a piece of its ongoing history.

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Loker Sails Log Canoe to Blessing of the Fleet

log canoe

Maryland Delegate District 29A Candidate Robbie Loker sailed into St. Mary’s County’s 2018 Blessing of the Fleet aboard what is surely the first Tilghman-style Chesapeake Bay sailing log canoe built this century. Well, technically, the Eve was trailered through the parade.

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From The Captain……Oyster Season Begins

“Oyster season in the months with R” used to be the norm, but conservation efforts and disease have dictated some changes to that meme. September was dropped out of the season decades ago. Oyster season began Oct. 1.

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TPP Establishes CSM Pathways Scholarship

Pathways

College of Southern Maryland received a large gift from The Patuxent Partnership. The group recently presented $10,000 to the CSM Foundation to establish a TPP Pathways Scholarship Fund for students who are interested in pursuing a career in cybersecurity or science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields.

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