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Greenstreet received the 2010 Gene Hall Community Service Award, in recognition for our outstanding contributions, many generous acts and long years of dedicated service to the South County Community. The community we live in is very important to Stacy and I. As a member of the community and business owners we have always believed in the importance of investing, & re-investing in the local community. Investing in the local community not only helps make it stronger, it also provides a great/safe place to raise a family and grow our business. We appreciate all the effort every one of you (our staff) does to help support our efforts. I wanted to thank everyone for your hard work and to share this award with all of you.


Gene Hall Community Service Award

The Gene Hall Community Service Award was established by theSouthern Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce (SAACC) in memory of Deale Electric Company owner, Gene Hall, who was known for his “Sense of Humor, Generosity and Commitment to the Community.”


Each year, the Southern Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce (SAACC) awards the “Gene Hall Community Service Award” to a South County resident whose selfless community involvement adds to the quality of life for all of us! Nominees must live in Southern Anne Arundel County and do not have to be a member of the Chamber.



SAACC President,
Christopher Dillon,
presenting a Plaque
to Ray Greenstreet, II


Bea Poulin, Community
Service Specialist,
presenting a Citation from
the County Executive’s Office


Past Gene Hall Recipient,
Mohan Grover, Rennos
Market congratulating
Ray Greenstreet, II


Amy Reilly, Reilly
Benefits, Inc., presenting
a Citation on behalf of
County Councilman,
Jerry Walker


“Congratulations to Ray Greenstreet, II, owner of Greenstreet Gardens in Lothian, MD for winning the 2010 Gene Hall Community Service Award! Ray was nominated for the award by Mavis Daly and Phil Haze. Mr. Hazen stated that Ray supports our community through hosting special fundraising events at Greenstreet Gardens for many local non-profit organizations and also hosts events to educate and entertain. Mrs. Davis stated that Ray and his business are an invaluable asset to the community and is always there to lend a hand, offer advice, provide financial resources, grants, discounts and donations to many organizations. Greenstreet is a cooperative business reflecting the “good neighbor” image of our area. Ray was honored on Tuesday, April 19th during the SAACC monthly Business After-Hours Mixer hosted by Reilly Benefits, Inc. SAACC President, Christopher Dillon, presented Ray with a plaque from the SAACC, Bea Poulin presented a Citation from the County Executives Office and Amy Reilly, on behalf of County Councilman Jerry Walker, presented a Citation from the County. Ray was very honored and we congratulate him for being selected as the 2010 Gene Hall Award Recipient and thank him for all the work he has done for the South County Community.”



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