In a 2016 Nissan Rogue donated by Preston Automotive Group, Chesapeake College set out on a five-county, five-week tour with the #PeakeProud campaign to help find and connect with some of the 130,000 alumni from the last 50 years.
Anyone who has taken a credit or non-credit class at Chesapeake is considered an alum.
Thank you to all of the partners who helped to make #PeakeProud a success, and especially to Preston Automotive Group, who generously provided the #PeakeProud Nissan Rogue and was the first stop on the tour.
The other tour locations were: Avon-Dixon Insurance, Cambridge International, Cambridge Library, Caroline County Government, Centreville Library, Centreville YMCA, Chesapeake Bay Industrial Park, Chesterton Library, Choptank Community Health, Choptank Transport, Denton Library, Denton YMCA, Dixon Valve, Dorchester County Government, Dorchester YMCA, Easton Utilities, Easton YMCA, Harry’s on the Green, Heron Point, Hyatt, Integrace Bayleigh Chase, Kent County Government, Kent Island Library, Lamotte Company, Lanham Hall, Phillips Wharf, Quality Health Strategies, Queen Anne’s County Government, Rise Coffee Roasters, Shore Regional Health, Shore Bancshares, Simmons Center Market, Talbot Bank, and Talbot County Government.
Are you a Chesapeake College alum? Let us know! Go to http://www.chesapeake.edu/alumni/peakeproud
CUTLINE - Chesapeake College Alums turned out at Shore Bancshares to show their Peake Pride.