Lane Engineering Supports the TCPS Education Foundation Annual Appeal


Lane Engineering, LLC has donated $1000 to the Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation Annual Appeal.  Established in 1986, Lane Engineering, LLC provides a full array of civil engineering, environmental, and surveying services, and has offices in Easton, Centreville and Cambridge.

Pictured L-R: Laura Heikes and Rebecca Firth, Education Foundation Advisory Board; Timothy Glass, Vice President, Lane Engineering, LLC; Patrick Fitzgerald, Education Foundation Advisory Board Chair, David Short, Education Foundation Advisory Board; Dr. Kelly Griffith, Superintendent of Schools.

The Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation was established in 2016, in partnership with the Mid-Shore Community Foundation.  Its mission is “to engage and utilize community resources to provide Talbot County Public Schools students and teachers with otherwise unavailable enrichment opportunities that will enhance the TCPS educational experience and produce exceptional graduates.”Accomplishments to date include, conducting “Year-End Appeal” at the end of 2016 and 2017, forming committees, launching the Honora Teacher program, and developing a grant application process.  On May 3, the Foundation will host its first fundraising event “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” in the Easton High Auditorium at 6:00 p.m.  To learn more about supporting the Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation, contact Debbie Gardner, Coordinator of Public Relations and Special Programs at

For more information about Lane Engineering, LLC (LE LLC), visit

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