Non-Profit Support Photos

Ed St. John, chairman and founder of St, John Properties, recently cut the ribbon on on the new state-of-the-art <strong>The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center</strong> on the Living Classrooms Foundation campus. The building was funded in part through a gift from the Edward St. John Foundation, Inc. Ed St. John, chairman and founder of St, John Properties, recently cut the ribbon on on the new state-of-the-art <strong>The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center</strong> on the Living Classrooms Foundation campus. The building was funded in part through a gift from the Edward St. John Foundation, Inc. Ed St. John, chairman and founder of St, John Properties, recently cut the ribbon on on the new state-of-the-art <strong>The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center</strong> on the Living Classrooms Foundation campus. The building was funded in part through a gift from the Edward St. John Foundation, Inc. Ed St. John, chairman and founder of St, John Properties, recently cut the ribbon on on the new 72,000 sq. ft. <strong>Edward St. John Student Center</strong> at McDonogh School. The building was funded in part through a gift from the Edward St. John Foundation, Inc. Ed St. John, chairman and founder of St, John Properties, addresses the students, staff, alumni and school supporters who attended the recent ribbon cutting for the new 72,000 sq. ft. Edward St. John Student Center at McDonogh School. Several hundred students, staff, alumni and school supporters attended the recent ribbon cutting for the new 72,000 sq. ft. Edward St. John Student Center at McDonogh School.The red sunglasses symbolized the event's theme, 'The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades.' Shown at the recent ribbon cutting for the new 72,000 sq. ft. Edward St. John Student Center at McDonogh School are, from left, Charles Britton, McDonogh headmaster; Ed St. John, St. John Properties and the Edward St. John Foundation; and Jack Leutkemeyer Jr., Continental Realty. From left, Charles Gilbert, Mount St. Joseph Class of 1970 and President of the Mount St. Joseph Alumni Association; Edward St. John; and Barry Fitzpatrick, Principal of Mount St. Joseph High School. In spring 2009 St. John Properties employees constructed park benches and picnic tables at Baltimore's Inner Harbor as part of a NAIOP program on behalf of the Living Classrooms Foundation. Part of the proceeds from St. John Properties' inaugural 2008 5k race event benefitted the Baltimore Country Police Athletic League (PAL). Part of the proceeds from St. John Properties' 2009 5k race event benefitted the Baltimore Country Police Athletic League (PAL). St. John Properties supports the educational programs of the Maryland Science Center, and Ed St. John is currently chairman of the organization's Board of Trustees. St. John Properties provides warehouse space to assist the U.S. Marine Marine Corps Reserve as it collects toys for its Toys for Tots program. St. John Properties CFO Larry Maykrantz, left, receives an award recognizing SJP's support of the U.S. Marine Marine Corps Reserves' Toys for Tots program. Chesapeake High School's FIRST Robotics Team, supported by St. John Properties and the Edward St. John Foundation, has won many local and national awards. At the USA Science and Engineering Festival on the National Mall in Washington, DC, the Team demonstrated the robot they created. The <strong>Edward St. John Athletic Center</strong>, Severn School's 44,000 square foot state-of-the-art athletic complex, sports a full-size performance court with seating for more than 600, a 3,000 square foot fitness center with cardio and free weight equipment, training facilities, concessions and reception areas. The <strong>Edward A. St. John Student Center</strong> at McDonogh School will be a central location that will complement and enhance many aspects of learning for students from kindergarten through grade 12.