Category Archives: Goldsboro

Delmarva Tractor Pullers Association Presents Check to Hospice

Compass Regional Hospice
February 1, 2017

For the third year, the Delmarva Tractor Pullers Association, Inc. chose Compass Regional Hospice and the Caroline Hospice Foundation as the beneficiaries of their annual tractor pull held at the Chestertown Elks on September 10, 2016.

The Delmarva Tractor Pullers Association presented a check for $2,400 to Compass Regional Hospice and Caroline Hospice Foundation at the organization’s January 21, 2017 banquet held at the Goldsboro Fire Hall.

Compass Regional Hospice is the sole provider of hospice care and grief support in Queen Anne’s, Caroline and Kent Counties. People of all ages benefit from Compass services as they face the challenges of living with a life‐limiting illness and learn to live following the death of a loved one.

As a non‐profit organization, Compass Regional Hospice relies on financial support from the community to provide services not covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance.

Compass Regional Hospice’s partner in Caroline County, the Caroline Hospice Foundation, is dedicated to raising funds to support the hospice services provided in Caroline County by Compass Regional Hospice in private residences, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and at the Caroline Hospice Home, which is owned by the Caroline Hospice Foundation.

For more information about how you can support hospice care and grief support in your community, call 443‐262‐4100 or visit www.compassregionalhospice.org.

Photo: Presenting a donation to Compass Regional Hospice and Caroline Hospice Foundation are Delmarva Tractor Pullers Association members (left to right) John Smith, Olan Simpkins and Mike Hitchens. Accepting the donation are (far left) Kenda Leager, Development Officer, Compass Regional Hospice; and (far right) Heidi Plutschak, Director, Caroline Hospice Foundation.

Presenting a donation to Compass Regional Hospice and Caroline Hospice Foundation are Delmarva Tractor Pullers Association members (left to right) John Smith, Olan Simpkins and Mike Hitchens. Accepting the donation are (far left) Kenda Leager, Development Officer, Compass Regional Hospice; and (far right) Heidi Plutschak, Director, Caroline Hospice Foundation. – Submitted Photo

Goldsboro VFC A.Y.C.E Shrimp Feast

Goldsboro VFC A.Y.C.E Shrimp Feast
August 7, 2015 at 6:00pm
Goldsboro VFC in Goldsboro, Maryland

Goldsboro VFC would like you to join us for an All You Can Eat shrimp feast ! The festivities will begin at 6 pm and end at 9 pm.

Pricing is as follows: Adults $20 per person or $35 per couple; Children 6-12 $10; Children 5 and under are free.

Menu includes: Shrimp, Pulled Pork, Cole Slaw, French Fries, Baked Beans, Dessert, Coffee, Tea and Lemonade.

There will be DJ entertainment, Cash Bar and a bottomless mug option for $10 per person. Come support your local fire company all while having fun and getting full ! Goldsboro VFC is located at the intersection of 313&287 Goldsboro, MD. For information call Jody 410-253-6114.

Adrienne L. Webb, DDS Joins Choptank Community Dental Staff

October 2011
DENTON, DE

Adrienne L. Webb, DDS, has joined the full-time dental staff at Choptank Community Health System.

Dr. Scott Wolpin, senior vice president and chief dental officer welcomed Webb to the staff in September. “We are pleased that Dr. Webb has joined our growing professional team,” Wolpin said.

Webb completed her dental training at The Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, University of Maryland in 2005. She also completed a residency in general practice dentistry at the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. She is a Fellow in the American Association of Hospital Dentists.

Prior to joining Choptank, Webb was in private practice here on the Eastern Shore.

Webb will be seeing patients at the expanded Cambridge Dental Center located at the Fassett Magee Health Center. The new seven-chair dental facility in Cambridge opened in January. Funding to support the expansion was awarded to Choptank through the Federal Investment Program (FIP) made available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). FIP funds of $500 million were awarded to 85 community health centers nationwide through a highly competitive process to support major construction and renovation projects. CCHS was the only community health center in Maryland to receive funding through this program.

Choptank began offering dental services in 2001, opening its first center in Federalsburg. Currently, CCHS provides dental services in three locations, Federalsburg, Goldsboro, and Cambridge. The Oral Health Program also provides preventive dental services to schools in Caroline, Dorchester and Talbot counties.

“The addition of Dr. Webb to our team will allow us to offer family dental care to the Cambridge community,” said David Fisher, senior vice president and chief operating officer for CCHS. “We will always work to meet the needs of the communities we serve across the Mid-Shore region.”

In 2010, the dental program served 8,305 patients with a total of 15,983 visits.

Choptank Community Health System is a Joint Commission accredited health center with offices in Goldsboro, Denton, Federalsburg, Hurlock, Cambridge and St. Michaels.

CCHS provides complete primary health care for the families of the Mid-Shore. CCHS participates with most insurance plans and is accepting new patients. For hours and location information, residents may contact John Strube, chief marketing and development officer at 410-479-8393 or go to the CCHS website at www.choptankhealth.org. Patients wishing to make appointments at the Cambridge Dental Center may call 410-228-9381.

Cornhole Tournament to benefit the Goldsboro Volunteer Fire Company

Cornhole Tournament to benefit the Goldsboro Volunteer Fire Company

700 Old Line Road
Goldsboro, MD

Registration at 1pm
Bags fly at 2pm

$50 Per Team INCLUDES Beer and Food

For more information
Contact Jody at 410 482-7183

www.goldsboro700.com