November 17, 2019

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Historic Kent Island is currently working towards becoming a Maryland registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Once we raise $2000, we will file all necessary paperwork and pay the associated professional fees, obtaining 501(c)(3) nonprofit status with the state of Maryland.

This is our first and most legally pertinent priority in order to use our funds for the greater good of Kent Island. However, we have many more initiatives coming up. Stay tuned to find out how you can volunteer and help in other ways. We will begin clearing our local forgotten cemeteries right away and need all the help we can get. Hope you’re ready!

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About the Author

J. Coursey Willis

J. Coursey Willis, born Joshua Bryan Willis, is a lifelong resident of Kent Island with a family heritage on Maryland’s Eastern Shore tracing back to the 1600s. With a love for various creative canvases and a fear of the bland, Willis proudly lives a hectic lifestyle. Nostalgia and passion are conveyed through his work. Although most recognized for his music, he is carving out a name as a local historian and author that takes pride in the heritage of his hometown.

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