Baltimore, Md. - May 14, 2019
Old Line Bank was proud to support the 2019 Maryland History Day competition held on May 12 at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Nearly 700 middle and high school students gathered to present their extensive historical research, a culmination of a year-long program from Maryland Humanities. In 2019, more than 25,000 Maryland students participated.
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Mark Semanie represented Old Line Bank at the competition. Semanie presented awards in the Performance category, as well as the Peace Study Center special prize.
“Old Line Bank is committed to serving the communities in which we operate,” said Mark A. Semanie, COO, Old Line Bank. “We are honored to support Maryland History Day again this year and encourage students to explore the rich culture of the Old Line State.”
Students from seven Maryland counties and Baltimore City will represent Maryland at the National History Day competition, June 9–13, 2019 at the University of Maryland in College Park, where they will compete among 3,000 participants from across the country and beyond. Maryland History Day is an affiliate of National History Day, a non-profit education organization that promotes an appreciation for historical research among middle and high school students through multiple annual programs, including the National History Day Contest.
Photos provided by Mitro Hood Photography.
About Old Line Bank
Old Line Bancshares (NASDAQ: OLBK) is the parent company of Old Line Bank, a Maryland chartered commercial bank headquartered in Bowie, Maryland, approximately 10 miles east of Andrews Air Force Base and 20 miles east of Washington, D.C. Old Line Bank has more than 35 branches located in its primary market area of suburban Maryland (Washington, D.C. suburbs, Southern Maryland and Baltimore suburbs) counties of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Calvert, Carroll, Charles, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s. It also targets customers throughout the greater Washington, D.C. and Baltimore metropolitan areas.