2013 in review


Thanks to all of our sponsors and supporters, ChesMRC has a very successful year, from our ambitious Afterschool program that currently provides an academic program for 105 students to our resource center that had a total of 324 community members served in 2013.

Programs and activities for the start of the new year include the Afterschool and Parent Literacy Program, delivering important health messages to the minority communities of Talbot County, sponsor two free legal clinics each month, and to continue to assist the immigrant community in obtaining a MD driver’s license.

We are currently looking for volunteers to assist in the Afterschool Program (4-6pm M-Th), assist with preparing lunches for the program (1-1:30pm M-Th), assist with Cubscouts or Girlscouts (6:30-7:30 T & Th), and assist with program administration (M-F in the mornings).

We are also looking for supplies associated with our 4H Program “Junk Drawer Robotics”.  Click here to see a list of items we need.


Driver’s License

ChesMRC has been assisting the immigrant community with applying for a driver’s license in the state of Maryland.  We can assist community members with filing two years of MD taxes, obtaining a certification from the Comptroller’s office, setting up appointments with the MVA and assist in driver education classes.