Benedictine participates in Developmental Disabilities Day at the Legislature 2018
26 Feb

Benedictine staff and clients joined a record 800 supporters who came together to educate and advocate during Developmental Disability Day at the Legislature 2018, Thursday, Feb. 22 in Annapolis. The annual event is sponsored by the Developmental Disabilities Coalition which is comprised of five organizations that are dedicated to the rights and quality of life […]

Community Services & Training Center: Opening doors in the community
26 Jan

Easton Office Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Easton, Md. – Business partners, community officials and members of Talbot County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the expansion of Benedictine Programs & Services in Easton at the Community Services and Training Center office  during a ribbon cutting ceremony, Jan. 25, 2018.  About the Center: At Benedictine, we are dedicated to […]

Benedictine: A legacy of Care
09 Nov

Benedictine: A legacy of Care  Along a winding road in Caroline County dotted with farm fields not far from Tuckahoe State Park on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a small brick entrance reads Sisters of St. Benedict. The burgundy buttress marks the start of a long tree-lined drive – culminating in the campus of Benedictine Programs and Services. […]

Benedictine recognizes employers during National Disability Employment Month
23 Oct

Nationwide campaign takes place each October Each October, the support community for adults with disabilities participates in National Disability Employment Awareness Month to bring attention to the employment needs and contributions of individuals with a range of disabilities.   For the staff at Benedictine’s Community Services and Training Center in Easton, Md., providing employment support […]

A Father’s Love … a lasting legacy
29 Aug

Joey Colburn, one of Benedictine’s first students, thrived in sports and life A father’s love can go beyond what he ever fathomed he could feel for his child. This was the case for James “Jim” Colburn, whose son, Joey, was born with Down Syndrome in 1957 in Baltimore.  According to a eulogy given this year […]

Marinucci joins CBMM’s Charity Boat Donation program
14 Aug

Photo & story provided by CBMM Dominic Marinucci of Ridgely, Md., has joined the staff of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., as a Seasonal Boat Cleaner with the Charity Boat Donation Program. CBMM’s Charity Boat Donation Program accepts and sells all manner of craft year-round to support the nonprofit’s education, curatorial, and boatbuilding programs.  Marinucci receives vocational […]

Benedictine announces the appointments of Duane E. Zentgraf and Theresa Bradley to Board of Directors
07 Aug

Benedictine, an organization that cares for more than 200 children and adults with developmental disabilities, announced the appointments of Duane E. Zentgraf and Theresa Bradley to its board of directors. Mr. Zentgraf, president, and CEO of U.S. Utility Corporation has been involved in and owned various residential land development and commercial projects in Maryland and […]

Sweetly Made Caters to Valentine’s Day Shoppers
19 Jan

Sweetly Made Bakery, located on Main Street in Denton’s historic district, is a Benedictine business that employs and provides job training for adults with disabilities. In addition to helping prepare freshly made cookies, cakes and breads and handmade gift store items, adults gain community work experience. As a part of Benedictine’s Adult Services employment and […]