From Harford Center for the Arts:
The Jeffrey J. Plum Legacy in the Arts Award was awarded to Harford County resident Gerald M. Kavanagh for his dedication to the Center for the Arts. Jerry introduced the vision for the Center for the Arts to Clarisse B. Mechanic and his fellow trustees on the Board of the Morris A. Mechanic Foundation. “Without his interest, vigilance, patience, guidance, and due diligence on behalf of Mrs. Mechanic and the Center for the Arts, much of the work completed to date would not have been funded”, said Sallee Kunkel Filkins, Center for the Arts Executive Director.
The award was created in memory of Jeffrey Plum to honor an individual whose selfless dedication to the mission of the Center for the Arts has made a lasting contribution. Jeff was a local attorney, actor, and singer whose passion for life and love of the arts contributed to the lives of others and the Center for the Arts.
(LEFT to Right) Gerald M. Kavanagh, Doris Kavanagh, Carolyn Lambdin, and Joseph Lambdin at Maryland Golf and Country Clubs. Gerald Kavanagh received the Jeffrey Plum Legacy in the Arts Award last month at the unveiling of the Conceptual Design for the Center for the Arts.