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Hunsberger joined Cornell in 2010 as a plant pathology research support specialist, following almost a decade of extension leadership on Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore, an area well known for grain and poultry production.
Five are in the Baltimore area, four are in College Park, two are in western Maryland, two are in Frederick, one is in Silver Spring, one is in Dayton, and one is on the lower Eastern Shore.
Wellmobiles have also been part of Maryland's Surge Capacity Plan, and the Emergency Preparedness plans of Allegany County and the Lower Eastern Shore.
The new company will focus on creating renewable energy projects at multiple sites on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland.
HOPE) A grant of $50,000 will support the HOPE outreach ministry to the homeless and poor of Maryland's lower Eastern Shore.
The historic little town of Princess Anne, "The Jewel of the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland" will celebrate its 275th anniversary October 17-19, 2008 during the annual Old Princess Anne Days Festival and historic home tour.
The five southernmost counties of the lower Eastern Shore -- Talbot, Dorchester, Wicomico, Worcester, and Somerset will experience an average growth rate of nearly 70%.
Perdue, founder of Healthy U of Delmarva, a 4000-member organization on Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore, believes that children will have a better chance for long and healthy lives and are more likely to be productive, contributing citizens if parents begin teaching them healthy eating and lifestyle habits from an early age.