The Kelly Group attends Annual Chamber Dinner

The Kelly Group attends Annual Chamber Dinner

 

On February 15th, members of the Kelly Group attended the Harford County Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner. The keynote speaker was Maryland Lt. Governor, Boyd Rutherford, who spoke at length on the state’s accomplishments in reducing unemployment, incentives to bring new businesses to Maryland and their focus on increasing spending on education. Attending on behalf of our firm were Charlie Wolpoff, Michele Wolbert, Nicole Bengel and Chad Arrington.

13th Annual Harford County Library Foundation Gala

13th Annual Harford County Library Foundation Gala

The Kelly Group was a proud headlining sponsor, and Bryan and Katherine Kelly were the honorary co-chairs of the 13th Annual Harford County Library Foundation Gala, “La La Library”.  The event, held on November 4th at the Abingdon Library, raised over $100,000 to support the Library’s many programs and initiatives.  Katherine Kelly serves on the board of the Library Foundation.

Lookingbill attends Harford Family House event

Lookingbill attends Harford Family House event

Lesley Lookingbill attended the Harford Family House leadership breakfast held at the Vandiver Inn in Havre de Grace on Giving Tuesday, November 28th. Lesley (pictured with HFH board members Eric Rebbert and Matt Hurff, co-chair) serves as the treasurer for the non-profit.

The Kelly Group sponsors Turkey Trot

The Kelly Group sponsors Turkey Trot

The Kelly Group was happy to once again sponsor and participate in the annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot to benefit the Y of Central Maryland. Participating in the 5K on behalf of The Kelly Group are (from left to right) Chad Arrington, Daria Arrington (with baby Ruby Leigh!) and Maria Gallippi.

 

Nicole Bengel attends Humane Society Soiree

Nicole Bengel attends Humane Society Soiree

On Friday, November 17th, The Kelly Group was represented at the Second Chance Soiree, a Humane Society of Harford County event, benefiting the Phoenix Fund. The Phoenix Fund provides the necessary funds to offer critical care to the animals brought to the shelter, many of whom without the treatments provided would not survive.  Once recovered the animals are placed up for adoption.  Pictured are (right to left) Nicole Bengel (Humane Society board member), her daughter Miranda, and husband Nick.

Nicole Bengel elected to Humane Society Board

Nicole Bengel elected to Humane Society Board

Client Services Director Nicole Bengel was newly elected to the board of directors of the Humane Society of Harford County. An avid dog lover, this position is a perfect fit for Nicole! Pictured (left to right) are Nicole Bengel and Humane Society Executive Director, Jen Swanson.