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Community Foundation Accepts $10,000 From LORA

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SALISBURY, Md. - A local foundation received a large donation. The Local Owner Restaurant Association donated $10,000 to the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. LORA created their scholarship fund last year.

They raise the money through annual events, and donations from individuals and businesses. The $1,000 scholarships are given to students to help them get a higher education with a focus in the culinary arts and hospitality field.

If you are interested in supporting this scholarship fund, gifts can be made to the Community Foundation-LORA Scholarship Fund.

Photo caption:  Standing left to right are: Mark Cathell, Decorating Delmarva; Erica Joseph, CFES Program & Development Director; Pat Scott, Treasurer, LORA; Ann Thompson, Vice-President, LORA; and David Wharton, President, LORA.

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