Quota International of Cambridge supports county public schools

Special to Dorchester Banner/Pat Jones Choptank: Pictured are Kawana Webb, School Social Worker; Emma Pinkett, principal; Shannon Willey, school counselor; Jamie Bouchelle, ast. Principal. Quota members were: Donna Era, Marian Frego, Karol Redline and Betsy Parks.

Special to Dorchester Banner/Pat Jones
Choptank: Pictured are Kawana Webb, School Social Worker; Emma Pinkett, principal; Shannon Willey, school counselor; Jamie Bouchelle, ast. Principal. Quota members were: Donna Era, Marian Frego, Karol Redline and Betsy Parks.

Special to Dorchester Banner/Pat Jones Hurlock: Bobby Helganson was the representative. Quota members were Marian Frego, Karol Redline and Betsy Parks.

Special to Dorchester Banner/Pat Jones
Hurlock: Bobby Helganson was the representative. Quota members were Marian Frego, Karol Redline and Betsy Parks.


CAMBRIDGE — Quota International of Cambridge recently supported all seven Dorchester Elementary Public Schools by providing large tubs of needed school supplies for students in Pre K to 5th Grade. In addition to the school supplies a check for $100 was given by Quota to each school for personal items the children may need during the school year.

The Cambridge Quota Club also supports the Salvation Army shelter for women in Cambridge, the Grace UMC “back pack” program in Cambridge, and Mid Shore Counsel on Family Violence in Easton.

Quota also has a dual mission, not only do they help the women and children in need they also aid the hearing impaired with cost of hearing aids and hearing equipment for the Dorchester County area.

Quota International of Cambridge was chartered in 1968 with a mission to help the hearing and speech impaired and disadvantaged women and children. The local club will celebrate its 48th year anniversary October 2016.

For additional information about Quota and the missions it supports, please contact Ashley Nehring 410-310-6330 or mail requests to P.O. Box 1236, Cambridge, MD 21613.

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