Spring Benefit 2020 Update
18 Mar

A message from Spring Benefit Event Co-Chairs: We’re sad to announce today that our Spring Benefit and all related activities scheduled for the weekend of April 24-25 have been cancelled. Many of us look forward to this annual gathering of our community, and while this decision is disappointing it is being made out of an abundance […]

Rooted in History
06 Aug

Since 1887, the tree-lined drive leading to Benedictine’s campus has welcomed students and guests. The diverse foliage along the school’s mile lane and throughout the surrounding campus represents more than a pathway to learning – Benedictine’s slice of Maryland is rooted in history. The grounds here feature some of the biggest trees in the county, […]

Cruise-in supports Benedictine
09 Aug

The Chesapeake Classic Car Club held their monthly Summer cruise-in Saturday, Aug. 4 at Chick-fil-a in Easton, Md raising funds for Benedictine. CCCC hosts a cruise-in on the first Saturday of every month in the summer, beginning with a Spring Car Show and culminating with a Fall Car Show at the Elks Lodge in Easton, […]

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan visits Bendictine
17 Jul

On Tuesday, July 17, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan visited Benedictine Programs and Services at the organization’s main campus in Ridgely, Md. After arriving on campus, Hogan received an introduction and brief history of the campus and School’s 60+ year history from Benedictine Foundation Director, Barry Smale. A locally sourced breakfast was provided by the Healthy […]

Benedictine receives $150,000 from Weinberg Foundation
12 Jun

Two-year grant supports programs for adults with developmental disabilities The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is supporting adults with developmental disabilities who live and work on Maryland’s Mid-Shore through a $150,000 grant. This two-year grant will help fund and expand Benedictine’s adult programs and services. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is one of the […]

“See me as kindhearted and generous”
15 Mar

When customers enter Katie Mae’s restaurant in Preston, Md., they are greeted with a warm smile. “I like to meet new people, and I like the opportunity to be in the community,” said Marissa.  For over two years, Marisa has been employed at the family-operated restaurant with a growing list of responsibilities from preparing place […]