Bay community Support Services
PROVIDING QUALITY SUPPORT SERVICES
FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN MARYLAND FOR 25 YEARS!
The 12th Annual Bay-CSS Golf Tournament
Monday, September 11, 2017
The 12th Annual Bay-CSS Golf Tournament at The Golf Club at South River in Edgewater, Maryland. Enjoy a fun day of golf for a great cause.
In recognition of 9/11, Bay-CSS is extending a 25% discount to dedicated First Responders (EMTs, Firefighters,
Police Officers), Current Military and Veterans. Please email email@example.com for discount code.
Contact: Becki Mbure at
Charles County Day of Caring
Sponsored by the United Way of
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Employee Appreciation Banquet
Thursday, October 12, 2017
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Chesapeake Rod ‘N’ Reel Restaurant
Chesapeake Beach, Maryland
Bay-CSS Holiday Party
Saturday, December 2, 2017
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
St. John Vianney Church in Prince Frederick, Maryland
Mitzi Bernard, Executive Director of Bay Community Support Services, Inc., recounts the agency's early days as United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Maryland, Inc. from its inception to creation:
Bay Community Support Services, Inc. (Bay-CSS) has been providing services to people with disabilities in Southern and Central Maryland since 1989. The agency has grown and evolved through the years. Starting as a Service Committee of United Cerebral Palsy of Maryland (UCP of MD) in 1989, services were offered to people in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles and St. Mary's Counties. A very dedicated group of incredible volunteers, and a few staff members of UCP of MD got together and began the process of creating United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Maryland (UCP of So. MD). Through these efforts, the UCP of So. MD "Service Committee" was born. Working under the auspices of UCP of MD, board members were recruited, By-Laws were written, a 501c3 non-profit status was obtained, an incorporation designation was established, licenses were applied for, and many new policies and procedures were written. It was a great effort by a lot of wonderful people who believed in the cause. One person needs to be pointed out whose dedication and selfless efforts helped pave the way for the creation of the new organization, and that was Richard "Dick" Kommers. Dick, an attorney who also happens to also have cerebral palsy, volunteered countless hours to help the agency move forward. His assistance was invaluable in building the company from the ground up. Dick served as UCP of So. MD's Board President for many years and he still volunteers on the Professional Services Program Committee, continuing to help write policies and procedures. Dick is owed a huge debt of gratitude! He truly did and still does change lives.
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