THOMAS S. HUTCHINSON
MARYLAND STATE DELEGATE
CAROLINE | DORCHESTER | TALBOT | WICOMICO
ON THE MOVE AND IN THE NEWS
Maryland House of Delegates
Tom has been featured in the media and attended important events in our community time and time again.
Tilghman Island Day
Henry Funeral Home 35 Year Anniversary!
Packing House hosts new
business for Dorchester Chamber of Commerce Events
Logger Appreciation Event
TOM HUTCHINSON 2017
Finishing Time 14:39:43
Honored to attend the 25 year ribbon cutting ceremony and present my first (and hopefully of many) Official Proclamation from the House of Delegates to the Eastern Shore Area Health Education Center.
A great organization helping to recruit and train future healthcare providers for District 37.
A beautiful piece of art in a beautiful place to live.
A vibrant mew mural was dedicated on Aug. 13, 2022 in Downtown Cambridge. The Dorchester Women’s Mural features a dozen women from the past and present who have made a difference in Dorchester County and far beyond. Several of the women featured in the mural were on hand for the event. The mural was created this summer by Baltimore-based artist Bridget Cimino – who was selected among 17 applications.
The 12 women featured are:
Yogananda Pittman, former Acting Chief of the U.S. Capitol Police
Civil Rights activist Gloria Richardson
Admiral Sara A. Joyner, the first female carrier strike fighter squadron leader
Anna Ella Carroll, advisor to President Lincoln
Bea Arthur, actress of stage, screen and television
Champion sharpshooter Annie Oakley
Social activist Harriet Tubman
Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley, the first woman and first African American mayor of Cambridge
Dr. Lida Orem Meredith, the first woman doctor in Dorchester County
Fronnie Jones, matriarch of a legendary 60-year, multi-generational crab picking family at J.M. Clayton’s
Donna Wolf Mother Abbott, the first woman Chief of the Nause Waiwash tribe
Dakota Abbott Flowers, six-time champion muskrat skinner.
The Talbot Goes Purple Festival of Hope event in Easton. was a very impressive event, led by Sheriff Joe Gamble and the Talbot County Sheriff’s Department. This event brings much needed awareness to the issues of addiction. It was well attended and supported by many great organizations who are available to help overcome addiction.
Meeting wonderful people while sign waving from County to County
June 18th marked the 25 year celebration of the opening of Portside Restaurant. This landmark is another great story of a small business that has excelled despite the odds. Marsha Christopher and Tracie Whitely are top notch and never lost focus.
I will always be pro-business and fight to help them thrive. I was honored that my friend Bird Dog Wheeler made a great shout out to the crowd to endorse my campaign.
May 23, 2002 - Today was one of the best days of my campaign! Brett and Jamie Summers hosted a wonderful event at their beautiful home in Cambridge tonight. I was joined by many supporters and well wishers. I was truly humbled by their kind words of encouragement and financial support.
TALBERT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Oxford Bellevue Ferry Blessing of the Fleet on Friday April 28, 2022, which also means the Ferry is open for another season!
May 1, 2022
Swim, Bike, Run for Office
THE TOWERS MUSEUM - May 1, 2022 - Denton, MD
From Wicomico this morning to Caroline County this afternoon for an amazing event to support Circuit Court Judge Price at The Towers Museum. Incredible amount of support not only for Judge Price but also for our current delegation who were in attendance. Hearing how each of them have helped the residents of Caroline was quite impressive. I look forward to providing the same or greater support as their delegate.
CAROLINE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
April 14, 2022