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AME has been a proud supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project since 2014, and we are honored to be able to continue to give back to those who sacrifice so much for our country. We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all current and former military personnel, as well as to those involved with the Wounded Warrior Project. We are pleased to participate in such a great cause again this year!
AME is committed to the success of our team members rising to their full potential. The AME team attended Leadercast 2017, where we heard from multiple well know leadership experts such as Dr. Henry Cloud, and Andy Stanley. They offered advice and shared real life experiences to help guide and motivate us to become the best leaders possible!
The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB as its commonly referred to) continues to take its toll on huge numbers of Ash Trees across the state. The Borer disrupts the tree’s ability to transport water and nutrients which causes the trees’ demise.
AME recently removed 4 large ash trees at their facility in Ashton, Maryland. The work was expedited inside of 1 day using a large crane to lay down large sections of the trees safely for haul-off, and also to limit …
Ashton Manor donated the labor and material to install a new landscape/hardscape feature at Lisbon Elementary School, in celebration of their 40th year anniversary event held on October 1st! Lisbon Elementary School continues to raise money for school programs by offering friends and families the opportunity to have an engraved brick installed in front of the school near the main entry. Lisbon is located in Western Howard County, Md. Enjoy the photos below!
As part of Ashton Manor’s ongoing support of both the Home Builders Care Foundation, and the Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA), AME donated our expertise and labor to install member purchased pavers at the front entrance to the Maryland Center for Housing in Maple Lawn, MD. The building is owned by the nonprofit Home Builders Care Foundation and rented to MBIA for its advocacy, education, and business networking events.
The Center was constructed largely in part with in-kind donations of …