From Harford Property Services:
After a heartwarming response from students, teachers, and the community, Harford Property Services (HPS) is pleased to announce it is starting the “Create Some Drama” drive to continue the effort to help Harford County students achieve their full potential in their High School Drama
Clubs. The goal of this summer long drive is to bring businesses together to cover all of the drama club participation fees or “Pay to Play” fees charged to students in Harford County.
“In launching the drive, it is our distinct pleasure to announce Fidelity Exterminating in Aberdeen is helping to “Create Some Drama” in Aberdeen by pledging to cover up to 20 students in the Aberdeen High School Drama Club,” said J.D. Russell, President of HPS.
“I spoke with the owner of Fidelity Exterminating, Bernie Cox at an Aberdeen Rotary Club meeting on Monday and told him about the fees. The fees bugged the both of us and Bernie did not bat an eye at helping his alma mater,” said Russell.
Next, HPS is turning its attention to Edgewood High School and will be reaching out to businesses in the Edgewood community. HPS is the community manager of the Woodbridge and Sunrise East Community Associations, managing a total of 1,194 homes between the two homeowner associations in Edgewood.