Non-profit puts on their first Spring Fling event in Princess Anne
PRINCESS ANNE, Md.- It was a great day, Saturday, for an outdoor event as a Princess Anne non-profit- held their first Spring Fling event.
CROPA, which means Concerned residents of Princess Anne, started to bring political action and engagement to the community, as well as economic development.
So, to make that mission happen they had the Spring Fling event at the Manokin River Park.
They invited businesses to set up, and there were youth activities, entertainment, and more.
Local businesses said they think these types of events are needed.
“It focuses on family and the kids coming out and families coming together and that’s one thing my restaurant is about,” Shiesha Blake, owner of Take Your Pick, said.
“It’s important to get the community out to see all the other businesses that are going on to help build the community up even more , get to know people,” Ebony Warren, owner of Love & Hug Sweets, said.
Going forward, businesses told us they hope to see more events like this one.