Franklin Square’s Scott Kashnow Selected as a Ravens Community Quarterback

| December 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

From a Baltimore Ravens Release:

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The Baltimore Ravens and BGE have selected four outstanding community volunteers as their 2013 Community Quarterback Award recipients. Supported by NFL Charities and the Ravens Foundation and funded by BGE, the award recognizes individuals who exemplify dedication, leadership and commitment to improving the communities in which they live through volunteerism, with a focus on education, environment, community development and arts & culture. The four honorees will be honored at M&T Bank Stadium this Sunday (12/8), when the Ravens host the Minnesota Vikings (1 p.m.). Each Community Quarterback will be awarded game tickets for themselves and a guest, Ravens apparel, autographed memorabilia, a commemorative plaque and a $3,000 financial grant benefitting their respective nonprofit organization. The 2013 Community Quarterbacks and their accomplishments are listed below: 

Scott Kashnow: Franklin Square Community Association

Scott Kashnow is president of the Franklin Square Community Association (FSCA), a nonprofit organization that serves the families and members of the Southwest Baltimore community. As a member of the FSCA, Kashnow founded the monthly newsletter that goes out to the entire community, continues to coordinate tree plantings, organizes community events and works to head community cleanup and art projects. Kashnow is a founding member of Southwest Partnerships, a member of the Watershed 263 Council, a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity and a devoted husband and father. Kashnow, the creator of Sunflower Village, a community arts project created from five vacant city lots, continues to beautify and better Baltimore City.

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