United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore in Maryland recognizes its volunteers of the year.
Jim Krahn, General Manager of Interstate Container Cambridge, has been awarded 2009 Dorchester County Volunteer of the Year Award. He served as Chairman of the Executive Committee and helped raise more than $70,000, in order to help the less fortunate of the Lower Shore.
Jim Krahn (center) with representatives of United Way
The United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore held the award ceremony at its annual meeting at The Carousel Oceanfront Resort in Ocean City on 31 March. Over 180 community members represented more than 100 local companies and organizations.
The United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore is, outside the government, the largest direct funder of local non-profit programs affecting the lives of over 100,000 people, including children and the elderly every year. The funding also provides critical emergency and crisis assistance.
Interstate Container Cambridge manufactures corrugated wax replacement packaging for poultry and seafood processing and packing, fresh produce and floral industries.
Interstate Container Cambridge LLC is a member of the Interstate Resources Container Division.