Rhodes recognized by Chesapeake College
Chesapeake College Alumni and Friends Association President Robby Sheehan recognizes Dr. Harry Rhodes, one of the college's founders, for his contributions, at the Pride of the Peake banquet April 25, 2013.
Colburn recognized at Chesapeake College
From left: Chuck Cook, Eastern Shore Coordinator for the governor's office, Del. Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio R-37B, Sen. Richard Colburn R-37 and Chesapeake College Alumni and Friends Association President Robby Sheehan. Sheehan recognized Colburn for his contributions to Chesapeake College at the Pride of the Peake banquet April 25, 2013.
Pride of the Peake at Chesapeake College
The Chesapeake College Alumni and Friends Association held a banquet April 25, 2013, at the college, raising funds for scholarships and honoring Dr. Harry Rhodes and Sen. Richard Colburn R-37.
Posted: Sunday, April 28, 2013 5:54 pm
WYE MILLS — At the third annual Pride of the Peake fundraising banquet Thursday, April 25, 2013, the Chesapeake College Alumni and Friends Association honored one of its founders, Dr. Harry Rhodes, and State Sen. Richard Colburn R-37 Mid-Shore, a 1982 alumnus, at the Caroline College Center on campus. The event raised $8,500 for the alumni association. Robby Sheehan, president of the association, said the funds would be used for scholarships for current and future students.
Sheehan recognized both Rhodes and Colburn for their contributions to the college, and Chuck Cook, Eastern Shore Coordinator for Gov. Martin O'Malley, passed on the governor's congratulations and announced O'Malley had declared the day a special day of tribute to both of them for their work and accomplishments.
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