Main Street Housing’s third annual SPAGANZA! Pasta Dinner & Benefit Event was another very successful and fun evening in celebration of our quality, affordable housing for individuals and families with psychiatric disabilities across the Mid-Shore region.
Friends and supporters gathered in the waterfront dining room at the Cambridge Elks Lodge #1272 to enjoy a hearty meal of salad, linguini, meatballs and MSH Executive Director Ken Wireman’s homemade spaghetti sauce. First things first, though: a spread of healthy fruit and cheese appetizers courtesy of the event’s Premier Sponsor, Value Options Maryland, helped whet the appetites of attendees as they perused this year’s Silent Auction tables. From a whimsical garden bench to gift certificates from area businesses and all the way to an elegant oil painting, the tables offered something for everyone.
MSH began offering quality, affordable housing on the Eastern Shore in 2007. Since then, we have successfully completed two housing development initiatives focused in Talbot Co, with the last three months of 2014 bringing three new beautiful Main Street properties in Easton. MSH Regional Property Manager Gloria Bowen and Maintenance Worker Jamie Middleton worked quickly to get these units online so new Tenants could start moving in during the first months of 2015.
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The SPAGANZA! has become a wonderful opportunity to pause and celebrate with our friends and neighbors. The evening would not have been possible without the generous support of our Event Sponsors: PNC (Platinum), M&T Bank (Platnium), Freestate & Son Insurance (Gold), Sage Title Group (Gold), Benson & Mangold Real Estate (Silver), McComb Consulting & Government Relations (Silver), and Myers Electric (Silver).
We were especially thrilled to welcome many new Local Business Sponsors for this year’s event. Mille grazie (a million thanks) goes to A&B Lawn and Garden, Easton Cigar & Smoke Shop, Elliott’s Easton Servicenter, Chesapeake Voyagers, Michael A. Sipes Plumbing, Mike & Eric’s Front Street Restaurant & Bar, Schiera & Associates, Talbot Interfaith Shelter, Lead Paint Inspector Terry Love, and Sears Easton Hometown Store.
- Norma and Donald Berlin
- Kathleen Feeley SSND
- Nancy Isaac-Simering
- Bonna Nelson
.... and to all our Silent Auction Donors:
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