ANNAPOLIS, MD - Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford today joined the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives and the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training (MCVET) to help kick off the 2018 Day to Serve initiative in Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan announced Maryland’s participation in the 2018 Day to Serve initiative last month, issuing a proclamation declaring September 11 – October 10 as Day to Serve month in Maryland. The annual, month-long initiative, which spans across Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia, coincides with the National Day of Service and...

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West Virginia started its “Day to Serve” campaign by awarding outstanding West Virginia volunteers efforts for individuals and groups on the state capitol grounds , in the beautiful state cultural center. Over 300 people in attendance at the banquet and each person in attendance was challenged to participate in a Day to Serve project this month. The West Virginia Day to Serve organization was awarded one of the outstanding leadership awards. Way to go West Virginia !

 

Marylanders have given diligently to each other during the Day to Serve period in years past and this year looks to be no exception. We are amazed and delighted to see the many great acts of service being planned in Maryland this year for Day to Serve!

 

Governor Northam issused a proclamation today asking all citizens of Virginia to commit to serving one another this fall during Day to Serve. The amount of time and energy given by the great people of Virginia has been remarkable each Day to Serve period and we love seeing what all Virginia will do this year for Day to Serve!