Contact: David Keating
609 High Street - Chestertown, MD 21620
(p) 410-778-0241, (f) 410-778-0087, Email
The KCCC Young Professionals is a group of young professionals who are affiliated with the Kent County Chamber. We have multi-faceted goals including civic, political, economic development, social networking and in-service efforts. We currently have 260 members in Chestertown proper with about 75 of those being active members.
KART is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help children and adults with disabilities enhance their developmental growth, physically, emotionally and cognitively.
Kent Athletic and Wellness Center has been serving the community since the early 80’s. It is a full fitness facility with the latest state-of-the-art equipment, classes and programs. We are open to the public.
Kent Center is a small not-for-profit charitable organization, which provides highly personalized, 24-hour a day services for adults who have a broad spectrum of developmental disabilities such as intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy, and/or physical disabilities. Our mission insists on the safety and well-being of each individual through: RESPECT – We take great pride in our philosophy of “individuals first.” It is our culture, overtly practiced and lauded by the individuals we serve and their family members. DIGNITY – Kent Center is fiercely committed to insuring that people with developmental disabilities have the same opportunities all people enjoy and provides the necessary supports to enable each person to live and work as independently and happily as possible. INDEPENDENCE – We provide enriching opportunities and choices with the single goal of enabling our individuals to independently live, work and contribute positively to our community to the greatest extent of their abilities.
Local community thought group in search of the truth. Meets every Thursday morning at 7:30 A.M. at the holiday Inn in Chestertown, MD. Speakers weekly.
Advocacy & Education
Kent County Arts Council helps fund, support, and produce the arts in our community. Funded by Maryland State Arts Council, the Commissioners of Kent County, Foundations and Private Citizens, KCAC supports community events, school cultural arts presentations, and individual artists.
The Kent County Department of Social Services mission is to promote personal responsibility, dignity and self-sufficiency, protect vulnerable children and adults and preserve families.
Providing support for athletic programs at Kent County High School
The Kent County Learning Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide local, supportive educational opportunities for Kent County businesses and all Kent County residents. We currently offer free tutoring for elementary through college level students; GED preparation classes; and continuing education courses in Spanish, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Photoshop. With adequate enrollment, college credit courses can be offered. Businesses training eight (8) or more people may customize courses to meet their particular needs. All classes are taught by Chesapeake College staff. The Kent County Learning Center is staffed by 40+ volunteers with advanced degrees. This unique resource allows the Kent County Learning Center to provide free one-to-one- tutoring and childcare services to any student enrolled at the Learning Center.
Legislatively mandated in Maryland, Local Management Boards add value to local planning and decision making by assessing the needs of its community and, in collaboration with service providers, policy makers, community leaders and others, makes sure that children and families get the services and supports they need. Assuring a better quality of life and future for the families in Kent County goes beyond what any single agency or organization can accomplish on its own. As members of the community, adults, young adults, and children alike, we are all partners in the process. The Local Management Board for Children’s & Family Services of Kent County is here to bring different entities together to meet shared goals and assure a stronger future for our community. In the late 1980’s, Maryland decided to change the way we support children and families. Maryland wanted a results-based approach that allowed decision-making to be done at a local level. A local governance group was created in each County and Baltimore City, called a Local Management Board (LMB). While diverse in membership and reflective of the communities that they serve, all 24 LMB’s across the State of Maryland share the same goal: to ensure that service systems are responsive to the needs of children and families. The network of Local Management Boards partners with the State of Maryland through The Children’s Cabinet, which is staffed by the Governor’s Office for Children (GOC). This State-Local partnership supports local decision-making and action to build caring communities and move results for children and families in the right direction. Local Management Boards were created by State law “to ensure the implementation of a local, inter-agency service delivery system for children, youth and families.” LMB’s may either be a part of a local government or as a quasi-public nonprofit designated by local government to serve as the LMB. An LMB adds value to local planning and decision making by assessing the needs of its community and, in collaboration with service providers, policy makers, community leaders and others, makes sure that children and families get the services and supports they need. LMB’s do not provide direct services. The LMB’s role is to make sure that services are coordinated, of high quality, and achieve Maryland’s goals for children and families.
A division of Kent County government which provides quality recreation programs, public parks to aid in improving quality of life for county residents. We strive to create balanced opportunities for our patrons to play, learn and grow.
The Kent County Public Library promotes lifelong learning and enrichment through access to information, a knowledgeable staff, and services in a free and open environment, bringing people together to stimulate the free exchange of ideas and a sense of community.
168 Unit Apartments – Built 1988. One, two and three bedroom apartments. Washer, dryer, stove, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, central air condition and wall to wall carpet. Managed by Lee Davis.
Restaurant, Inn & Event Venue
KRM Construction Company, is a full service construction company based in Chestertown, Maryland serving the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware. At KRM Construction, our business philosophy is composed of honesty, integrity and hard work. Our philosophy is not only to build a quality product in a timely manner, but also to build quality, long standing relationships with all of our clients. With a solid reputation as a custom builder, with a hands-on approach, KRM Construction’s portfolio includes commercial projects ranging from small build outs to medical office facilities to large warehouses, as well as stately manor homes and estates, traditional homes in local communities, additions and renovations. Working in coordination with owners, architects, and KRM Construction, every project is managed to the last detail. We are dedicated to exceeding every client’s expectations.
KRM Development Corporation is a full-service developer with facilities in Maryland, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Texas, Pennsylvania and North Carolina.
Headquartered in Chestertown, MD, KRM is committed to providing superior customer service to each and every one of our valued customers. Because we maintain an inventory of space, you can get settled into your new professional office location faster and with less hassle by choosing to partner with KRM Development.
As a full-service developer, we support all phases of the development process, including construction, leasing and space planning and maintenance.
Our team is fully focused on providing complete customer satisfaction. If you are in the market for commercial space, we are ready to help you find your perfect new location.”