United Way. First Shore Federal received the Spirit of the Shore Award ~ Top Organizational Award for Community Leadership. From left are United Way representatives Bruce Bright and Kathleen Momme' with First Shore officers Marty Neat, Debbie Tingle, and Lee Johnson III.
The Salisbury Zoo. First Shore Federal is supporting this wonderful local resource with a multi year pledge to its capital campaign. Marty Neat, president, presents a contribution to Zoo Chairman J.P. Dubuque and members of the Zoo's campaign committee.
American Red Cross. For the 17th consecutive year, First Shore was a strong supporter of the American Red Cross. Shown at the Annual Celebrity Waiters Luncheon are First Shore associates (from left) Paula Brown, Cheryl Young, Marty Neat and Debbie Tingle. Seated are Dawn Thorne and Santa (a.k.a. Lee Johnson).
Fruitland Community Center. Paula Brown, Fruitland branch manager is shown presenting a contribution in honor of its anniversary to the Fruitland Community Center. Accepting on behalf of the center are Alexis Dashield and Mary Gladys Jones and a group of community center participants.
The fourth W. Leonard Brown - First Shore Federal student scholarship was awarded from the scholarship fund at the Community Foundation. Shown presenting the check are First Shore Federal board member, W Leonard Brown and Jim Jones, Pocomoke district manager to Ashley Webb of Pocomoke, recipient of the scholarship.
Believe in Tomorrow. Berlin branch manager, Patti Feeheley and Ocean Pines branch manager, Debbie Tingle joined the Coastal Delmarva Women's Council of Realtors to support children with serious illness and the Believe in Tomorrow Foundation.
Sussex County Habitat for Humanity. Diane Koch, Sussex County district officer and mortgage originator presents a contribution to Sussex County Habitat for Humanity in honor of the 4th anniversary of its ReStore in Georgetown. Accepting on behalf of Habitat are it's "Team Tuesday" volunteers, Jack Hilbeck, Bob Roche, Larry Whitten, Ron Baker, Bob Frazier and Skip Smith.