United Way of Central Md. gets new membership group leadership  

United Way of Central Maryland announced Wednesday new leadership for its membership groups, including the Tocqueville Society, Leaders United and Women United. Walter “Wally” Pinkard has been named chair and Mark Huston will serve as vice chair of the Tocqueville Society, which for 30 years has helped shape the future of central Maryland through members’ leadership gifts of $10,000 and more. The  ...

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