On Wednesday, May 15, papers piled high once again for the 8thAnnual Shred Fest “Trash & Treasures” event held at the offices of Eglseder Wealth Management Group, Inc. (EWMG) on Commerce Drive in Easton. The spring weather was delightful and community members brought in a record-breaking 8,850 lbs of paper, keeping private information out of the hands of potential identity thieves. Read More...
The sky was slightly overcast but, thankfully, there was no rain, as we had postponed the event due to the threat of Hurricane Florence in September. In fact, by mid afternoon we had some sun and our 144 guests comfortably enjoyed the day. Scott provided his usual "taxi" service in a 6 passenger golf cart to help escort our guests to and from their vehicles. Chesapeake Seafood Caterers provided...Read more
Even with the weather being cloudy and rainy, more than 100 guests attended the Eglseder Wealth Management Group, Inc. 7thAnnual Shred Fest “Trash & Treasures” event on Wednesday, May 16th. A new event record for was set, with 7,695 pounds of paper shredded, keeping financial and personal information out of the hands of potential identity thieves. Read more
October 24, 2016
Published in the Star Democrat By JOSH BOLLINGER [email protected] Jul 17, 2016 EASTON — Two Talbot County residents have been appointed to head the Maryland Oyster Advisory Commission. Oysters for the Bay founder Scott Eglseder and Phillips Wharf Environmental Center founder Kelley Cox were named co-chairmen of the 23-member commission, which is charged with providing […] Read more
October 14, 2013
This years Crab Feast was another one to remember. The guests overflowed out of the big top tent, the crabs prepared by Chesapeake Bay Seafood Caterers were delicious and plentiful, libations quenched the thirst, and clients demolished 36 pies in record time. Read more