09/10/12 – Baltimore, MD – Calvert Hall’s Peer Ministry Group was honored by the Baltimore Ravens and the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism (GOSV) as a recipient of the 13th annual Honor Rows Program, presented by M&T Bank, during the Ravens season opener at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday, September 10th. The program honors youth groups or organizations that provide outstanding volunteer service to their communities. Winning groups receive tickets to a game, Honor Rows t-shirts for all participants, a pre-game on-field visit and official in-game recognition on the RavensVision screens. In addition, WBAL-TV 11, broadcasting partner of the Baltimore Ravens, featured Honor Rows recipients during on-air news segments. WBAL’s Sarah Caldwell aired a segment on Calvert Hall featuring Mr. Marc Parisi, Campus Minister; junior Manny Rodriguez and seniors Justin Baker, John Maenner, Michael Seicke and Joe Stephan during the 5pm broadcast on Monday. Honorees were selected by a panel of GOSV, Baltimore Ravens and M&T Bank staff. Winning organizations demonstrated a strong commitment to servicing the needs of the local community.
In addition, Calvert Hall’s junior quarterback Colar Kuhns participated with senior receivers Logan Kurek and Kyle Levere in the Quarterback Challenge at the game on Monday night. As part of their commitment to youth football in Maryland, the Ravens have partnered with area Toyota dealers and the Maryland Football Coaches Association to recognize outstanding local high school quarterbacks. During home games this season, the challenge will showcase two of the top high school quarterbacks from Maryland. Both quarterbacks will be given two chances to throw passes to his receivers, with the longest completion winning. While the winner receives a $500 Russell Athletic gift card for his school’s athletic department, both schools receive tickets to the game and both quarterbacks receive a football autographed by a Ravens player. The school with the longest completion throughout the entire season will win new jerseys for their entire football team, courtesy of Russell Athletic.