Director Donald Pinder and volunteer Bill Jarmon of the Dorchester Harriet Tubman Organization, located in Cambridge, have worked very hard along with many others to grow and nourish the educational tribute. Pinder and Jarmon have truly added to t…

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Owner of Sur Jeudi, Ashley Banks opened her specialty children’s boutique on Poplar Street last November with the support of her husband Jamaal Washington. Since then, she has not only developed her retail store but has also used her store as a pla…

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The Harriet Tubman Center in Hurlock was created to fill an immediate need by elementary and middle school aged students that were falling behind or needed behavior training. Also included were children who were bright and needed positive life skills…

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Director of Governmental Affairs and leading executive Dion Banks has invested and dedicated many personal hours in the local community. He served in the United States Army during Desert Storm and continues to serve and volunteer his time with many n…

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Rev. Joan A Brooks, pastor of the New Revived United Methodist Church, has a church based on rich Black History. The New Revived United Methodist Church, once known as the Jefferson Methodist Episcopal Church, was established in 1876 in Smithville. I…

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Henry Dokins Jr., a small business owner in East New Market, runs and manages Dockin’s Service Station. Established in 1952 by Henry Dockins Sr., the store operates as a stopping point for locals to shop, chat and visit. Last year Dockin’s Ser…

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Small business owner Jermaine Anderson, featured as one of the seven faces in the “water moves us” marketing campaign through the Dorchester County Economic Development Office, is not only a serial entrepreneur but also an active participant in t…

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