The Edmund A. Stanley, Jr., Environmental Medal is CBF’s
highest honor. Established in 1999, the award recognizes
those who demonstrate exemplary leadership in protecting and
restoring the Chesapeake Bay. The award is named for its first
recipient, Edmund A. Stanley, Jr., a retired printing industry
executive, philanthropist, and avid sailor who dedicated himself to the Chesapeake Bay’s recovery. Other past honorees
were Pat Noonan and Truman Semans. This fall, Jenny Stanley
and Keith Campbell were surprised with the honor. Will Baker,
President of CBF, had this to say about this year’s recipients:
Jenny Stanley and Keith Campbell’s leadership, dedication,
and wisdom have shaped this organization, bringing about
systemic improvements to the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay,
indeed the world, is a better place because of them. It is an
honor to work with them as colleagues and to have their life-long friendship.
Lemonade Girls of Summer
Two girls vacationing in Annapolis at their grandparents’ this past
summer, needing some entertainment, decided to run a lemonade
stand. They baked cookies and made refreshments for local commuters. They raised $173.46 in two-and-a-half hours and donated the
proceeds to CBF. Their mother, Nicole Feliciano, Founder and CEO
of Momtrends, matched their donation. Thank you for your hard
work and the sweet donation.
U You can read the full story here: http://momtrends.com/2016/08/
Stanley and Campbell:
Bettering the Bay
WHOA! In October, while out on an education experience on the
Susquehanna Flats, CBF Baltimore Urban Outreach Educator
Angelica Willis held one giant blue crab before releasing it back
into the water. The eelgrass adorning her shoulders creates great
habitat for crabs.
On November 2 in Baltimore, CBF’s President Will Baker
and guests surprised Keith Campbell and Jenny Stanley (above)
with the Stanley Medal.
Do they grow that big?