Marsh USA Helps Kennedy Krieger Students Fling Into Spring

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May 17, 2000
Local insurance broker realizes the most rewarding investment is in the children of our community

BALTIMORE, MD - Marsh USA believes that our country's greatest asset is our children. As a responsible partner in the Baltimore area business community, this local insurance broker realizes the most rewarding investment a corporation can make is in the children of our community. That's why Marsh USA prides itself in being the corporate sponsor of Kennedy Krieger School's Spring Fling.

Marsh is especially proud to renew its commitment to the Spring Fling, now in it's 16th year. This festive event has one primary goal: to help the children of Kennedy Krieger School celebrate the season. The event, to be held on May 17 from 8:30-11:30 am, will feature children's games, crafts, activities, the Raven's Bird, Baltimore City Fire Trucks and local radio celebrities like Majic 95.9's Sasha.

The school's 300 children and faculty anxiously await the event. As the sole corporate sponsor, Marsh not only provides monetary support, but volunteer support as well. The firm closes for the day so its employees can provide the school with valuable volunteer assistance, manage the booths and events, and even bake goodies for the Kennedy Krieger children.

"We just could not have this event without their support," states Arthur Hill III, Kennedy Krieger's lower school principal. "Their ongoing commitment for the past six years has helped us provide our children with a special day, creating memories that last a lifetime."

Media Contact Inquiries:

Dorothy Fuchs, (410) 243-3790
Julie Lincoln, (443) 923-7334 or (443) 742-0770

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