410.778.3195 PO Box 594 819 High Street Chestertown, MD 21620

On December 4, 2011,


Crow Vineyard & Winery, a new Kent County business, hosted an open house on behalf of the United Way of Kent County. The open house offered an opportunity for United Way supporters to meet and greet members of the United Way’s board of directors and representatives of the four charities newly designated as Member Agencies: Good Neighbor Fund, the Playmaker Camp at the Prince Theatre, Rebuilding Together, and Townsend Memorial Medical Clinic.


In his welcoming message, United Way President, Bill Noll, explained the process leading to the selection of the four new member agencies and thanked contributors for their continuing generous support of Member Agencies, through the United Way, during economic times that create great difficulty for many Kent County families.


The event also provided an opportunity to learn about Crow Farm’s diverse business model that includes a farmstay B&B, grass fed Angus beef, a vineyard, and a winery, whose tasting room is scheduled to open in June 2012.


The open house was made possible by the generosity of Crow Vineyard & Winery and the Crow Insurance Agency, a regional agency that supports the United Way through employee and company matching contributions.


Barrie Frazier, United Way of Kent County
Phone: 410-778-3195



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Below, donors and new member agency representatives listen to United Way of Kent County President Bill Noll speak

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(left) Bill Noll with Judy and Roy Crow, (right) Judy Crow and her son Brandon

(left) Bill Noll and Lindsey Buckless of Rebuilding Together Kent County,

(right) Linda Hanley and Eva Baumann of the Good Neighbor Fund (left to right)

(left) Dr. Maria Boria and Paul McDonald of the Townsend Memorial Clinic,

(right) Donors Joyce and Dick Conard with Bill Noll