Fresh Start: A Wicomico County Back to School Event
COVID-19 Notice (updated Tuesday, March 24 at 12:30 p.m.): All programs are suspended until further notice. For more information, click here.
Fresh Start: A Wicomico County Back to School Event provides students in need with resources to help them achieve success. More than a dozen organizations
have collaborated on this initiative, in an effort to reach thousands of children and invest in the future of the area’s youth. Because of this cooperative
approach, students are able to receive backpacks, supplies and haircuts, while families can learn about community resources and enjoy fun activities.
The event is Aug. 30, 2020.
Video by Shore Films.
Free Transportation Information (children must be accompanied by an adult to ride the bus):
- Extraordinary League of Gentlemen
- Rotary Club of Salisbury
- Salisbury Sunrise Rotary Club
- Rotary Club of Wicomico County
- Optimist Club of Salisbury
- Salisbury Jaycees
- Salisbury Elks
- Dstinct Dsigns Barbershop
- Peninsula Regional Medical Center
- Donnie Williams Foundation
- Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore
- Wicomico County Board of Education
- Wicomico Public Libraries
- Wicomico County Health Department
- Lions Clubs of Wicomico County
- The Wicomico Order of Red Men - Tony Tank #149
- Rising Tide
- Wicomico County Friends of Recreation & Parks
- Wicomico County Recreation, Parks & Tourism
- Age Group(s): Entering grades kindergarten and up
- Date(s): Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020
- Time(s): 12-3 p.m.
- Location(s): Wicomico Civic Center
- Program Fee(s): Free
- Contact: Derek Jarmon, 410-548-4900 x113 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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