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Since its inception in 1997, the Catholic Business Network of Prince George’s County (CBN-PG) seeks to help create a dynamic presence in the business community. CBN-PG is proud to support and help sustain the good works of our Catholic elementary schools, high schools and religious education programs through the County.

In addition to monthly networking breakfast meetings, annual fundraising events including the annual Awards Celebration & Gala and our popular CBN-PG Crab Feast and other networking opportunities and events, the Catholic community in Prince George’s County has indeed been made richer by the support, stewardship, service and generosity of the Catholic Business Network.

Board of Directors
  • Ann O'Hare
  • Father James Day
  • John Kincaid, Jr.
  • John McGuirk
  • Kathleen Brown
  • Renee Green

Grant Recipient

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DeMatha Catholic High School is the June recipient of the CBN-PG grant. The funds will be used as they start the Learning Engineering and Design (LEAD) program. Photograph L->R: Fr. James Day (Counseling Administration and CBN-PG Spiritual Advisor and Board member), Marty Hager (chemistry teacher and LEAD director), Peg Duchesne (CBN-PG President) and Maureen McCart (Development Officer). Congratulations, DeMatha Catholic High School.

 

The Catholic Business Network of Prince George’s County’s June Breakfast Meeting topic is:
Marketing and Publicity Basics for Small Businesses and Non-Profits

The Catholic Business Network of Prince George’s County (CBN-PG) will hold their monthly networking breakfast on Fri., June 19, 2015 at
the Country Club at Woodmore, 

12320 Pleasant Prospect Rd, 

Mitchellville, MD

from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 am.

Our speaker this month is Cindy Morgan. Continue reading

Maria Bovich, Simona Trevisan and Father De Rosa from Holy Redeemer were on hand to accept CBN’s October grant in the amount of $1,500.

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Carl Jankowski from St. Joseph’s in Beltsville brought two guests Jonathan Szczepanski and Sophia West and was awarded a $250 grant from CBN.

Cindy Morgan of Morgan & Walsh Investment and Insurance was our speaker. She spoke on retirement issues. She told us that retirement is a lot like taking a trip, it requires a lot of planning. So if you haven’t begun planning for retirement you need to start planning Now!

The next networking meeting is November 16, 2012.