Clarks Landing holds youth charity event

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Clarks Landing hosted a "Day on the Bay" for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Maryland last Saturday at the company's Shady Oaks marina on the West River.

The day began with a two-hour cruise aboard Clarks Landing's boats and was followed by a picnic with games, prizes and giveaways. More than 30 Little Brothers and Little Sisters ages 7 to 17, along with their Big Brothers and Big Sisters, participated in the event.

Clarks Landing plans to make this an annual event that will grow in time, with the intention to open it up to local boat owners, community leaders, corporate and individual sponsors.

"Our team was excited to offer our services for this great event. Many of these young people have never experienced what it's like to be out on the water on a boat," said Jeff Truesdale, general manager of Clarks Landing, in a statement.

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