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    Town of Snow Hill

    Living in Snow Hill, Maryland is small town living at its best. Nestled on the south banks of the Pocomoke River, Snow Hill is a place where people know each other. From the people who call it home, to the business owners and those in city government, we have built Read more [...]

  • Telamon Corporation

    Telamon-TRC is a nonprofit organization that seeks to transform lives through education and employment. If you’re an out-of-school youth between ages 16 and 24, Telamon can help you build skills that lead to success as adults. Our Young Adult Program offers you the resources and personal support to make good Read more [...]

  • Baker’s Landscaping

    With over 30 years of experience, Baker’s Landscaping specializes in landscape & design, hardscapes, irrigation, and tree maintenance.  

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    Toy Town Antiques and More

    Just like a toy museum: collectible trains, vintage holiday, antique toys, antique signage. We also buy and sell gold & silver coins. We are open year round, Sun 12-5:00, Tues -Thurs 10-4, Fri-Sat 10-5, Closed Mondays.

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    Four Seasons Pizza

    At Four Seasons pizza we pride ourselves on making your experience a great one. We offer dine-in, carry out, and delivery. Everything is made fresh to order just for you. Fresh, never frozen pizza dough is made daily. We are family-friendly and take pride in serving our local community. Fresh, Read more [...]

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    Lower Shore Land Trust

    The Lower Shore Land Trust (LSLT) is dedicated to preserving rural lands, promoting vibrant towns, and building a more healthy and connected Eastern Shore. LSLT works with willing landowners to conserve land using voluntary conservation programs. Explore, experience and learn about the Eastern Shore through programs and workshops offered regularly.

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    Furnace Town Foundation Inc.

    Set in the Pocomoke Forest, Furnace Town is built around the Nassawango Iron Furnace which operated from 1830-1850. Visit our artisans dressed in period clothing who bring history to life. Watch and learn about our rich cultural traditions in broom making, blacksmithing, gardening, printing, schoolteaching, spinning, weaving, and wood working.