410.778.3195  |  PO Box 594  |  819 High Street  |  Chestertown, MD 21620

Invest in our Youth

Boy Scouts Del-Mar-Va Council

offers a varied program to develop leadership and personal growth through study, fellowship, events, community service and camping.

Character Counts! Kent County

takes more than 100 community leaders into public school classrooms throughout the County as Character Coaches to encourage the concepts of character; Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship.

Echo Hill Outdoor School

conducts a program of interdisciplinary outdoor education to encourage curiosity and learning about the environment, farming, and the rich history of Kent County, featuring boating excursions on the Chesapeake Bay.

Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Council

has a varied program to develop confidence, courage and character for girls through troop activities and outdoor experiences. A new program of science education is particularly popular.

Horizons Student Enrichment Program

serves low income families in the County by providing a high quality summer enrichment program for elementary and middle school children. Participants begin each new school year with a head start and an enthusiastic approach.

Playmakers Camp at Prince Theatre

brings together teenagers from public and private Kent County schools for a summer of theater experiences culminating in a presentation for the community.


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Agency Spotlight:

Horizons Student Enrichment Program

Summer 2011...the Horizons Student Enrichment Program headquartered at the Radcliffe Creek School campus has 74 students this year. Kids will be doing activities with Echo Hill Outdoor School, Sultana Projects, Inc., Rock Hall Yacht Club Sailing School, and the Prince Theatre Playmakers.


On United Way support:

"United Way basically enables us to run a program. They put no strings on the funds and trust us to use them wisely - I write an end-of-program report and meet with their Board once a year to discuss our status, needs and plans."

-Connie Shroth, Horizons Student Enrichment Program at Radcliffe Creek School