On Wednesday, June 15, the Talbot Chamber of Commerce held a new member ribbon cutting for the United States Army Recruiting Center at their Easton home, 28601 Marlboro Avenue, Suite 102 in Easton. The event was catered by Olive Garden of Talbot County, General Manager Michael Ham. Attendees participated in a putting contest and all present received US Army Tote bags with an Army branded T-shirt, water bottle, keychain, and golf towel Staff Sergeant Mulford and Kathy Hanna (Talbot Chamber) won the putting contest.
Pictured in photo are Army Staff Sergeant Daniel Mulford, Staff Sergeant James Frey, First Sergeant Dana Rothstein, Sergeant First Class Richard Taylor, Sergeant First Class Ignacio Jimenez (Easton Recruiting Center Leader), and Captain Alesia Hughes. Also in photo are Kelli Burkett (WCEM-Radio), Don Morris (Talbot Bank), Pam Sard (Eastern Shore Title), Sarah Boynton (Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy) Kristin Lockerman (Avery Hall), Jason Wilford (Attraction Magazine), Charlie Leaver (CBIZ), Adam Jones (Talbot Bank), David Wooten (Office of MD Comptroller Peter Franchot), Jerry Rue (Good-Nature), Kelsey Stant (CBIZ), Michael Ham (Olive Garden), Amber Willis (Olive Garden), Cynthia Asche Hardin (Avery Hall), Sabine Simonson (Talbot County Free Library), Jason Bruce (Laser Tone Business Systems), Andrew Walsworth (CBIZ), Easton Town Councilman Ron Engle, Peter Cerutti, Anne Cerutti (Tidewater Toastmasters) and Easton Mayor Robert Willey.
The center provides the strength for our nation's Army. Since our Army is an all-volunteer force, The United States Army Easton Recruiting Center offers the opportunity for all to apply for the Active Duty or Reserve service. They also provide applications for Officer Candidate School (OCS) and Warrant Officer Flight Training (WOFT). The Easton Center of operations covers six counties: Kent, Queen Anne's, Talbot, Caroline, and Dorchester. Sergeant Ignacio Jimenez is the Center Leader. goarmy.com 410.822.1118