Mosquito Squad of Chester & Delaware County Recognizes & Applauds Our Following "Community Partners"
The following organizations have been chosen as part of our cherished Mosquito Squad of Chester & Delaware County “Community Partners” Program. These organizations have been recognized by MSCDC for their outstanding work and their continued commitment and dedication to the people and the communities they serve. Please take a moment to scroll down and see some of their great work or perhaps support or participate in one of these great community events. We applaud these groups, their volunteers and their leadership and are proud to support their efforts and be their “ Community Partner!"
Pictured above (starting front /2nd from L-R) at the annual Brandywine Valley SPCA
32nd Annual “Forget Me Not” Gala are Catherine Weber, Doug Weber,
Laurel Mcdermott & Greg Mcdermott. Doug Weber, owner of Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County,
is proud to be celebrating his 6th year as a corporate sponsor for this event.
Founded in 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA exists to end
animal suffering and to involve the entire community in the welfare and well-being of animals.
Brandywine Valley SPCA
“The Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County is proud to be celebrating its 7th year as a BVSPCA “Gold Sponsor” Continuing our commitment to the communities we serve!”
Doug Weber, Owner, MSCDC
The Brandywine Valley SPCA leads the way in no-kill open admission sheltering with progressive programs and services. Founded in 1929, the BVSPCA is the first open admission shelter in Pennsylvania to achieve no-kill status and serves as the only open admission shelter in both Chester and Delaware Counties. In Delaware, the BVSPCA is the largest animal welfare organization and the only no-kill open admission shelter providing state-wide care for lost and found dogs. In 2018, the BVSPCA led Delaware to becoming the first no-kill state in the country. Please Adopt!
To donate, adopt or volunteer please visit them @BVSPCA.org
Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County Announces DCCC Scholarship Fund
Doug Weber, owner of The Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County announced today the establishment of the“The Catherine and Douglas Weber/Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County Scholarship Fund. “The scholarship will help a Delaware County Community College student with demonstrated financial needs and an interest in entrepreneurship,” said Weber. “In addition, the Fund is designed as a recruitment scholarship for students who plan to attend Delaware County Community College,” Weber continued. “The Delaware County Community College Educational Foundation is grateful to Doug Weber and The Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County, our new community partner, for an exciting scholarship opportunity,” said Dr. Douglas Ferguson, Director of Development/Delaware County Community College. According to Weber, the students can either be current or returning students. “The recipient of the Catherine and Douglas Weber/Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County Scholarship Fund will exemplify promising talent with an entrepreneurial spirit,” Weber continued. “This scholarship will play an essential role in helping students expand their coursework while they develop entrepreneurial skills,” continued Ferguson. “Business partners such Doug Weber and The Mosquito Squad of Chester and Delaware County are critical to assisting the College in achieving its strategic mission to help students become community professionals with rewarding careers,” concluded Ferguson. “Start-ups drive the county and regional economy, providing jobs and consuming goods and services,” Weber concluded. One of the main goals of this “Fund” is to build and retain a locally educated and qualified workforce,” concluded Weber. For more information about the scholarship go to “Community Partners” @ mosquitosquad.com/chester-county/
For more information go to Advance@DCCC.edu Attn: Dr. Douglas Ferguson
Dear Douglas and Catherine,
Last month, I was honored to join Delaware County Community College as the new Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Executive Director of the Educational Foundation.
As a graduate of Penncrest High School, it has been wonderful to return to Media and support my hometown in this highly collaborative role. Since I arrived in August, I have been so impressed by the College’s inspiring students and world-class faculty, and I look forward to continuing our partnerships on critical training initiatives, essential programs, and meaningful dialogues throughout our community.
Your generosity has helped the College remain the center of educational opportunity in Delaware and Chester Counties for over half a century. Every gift has helped transform local lives while removing obstacles to personal success. And as we turn the page to our next chapter, we have a lot of exciting projects in the works. I can’t wait to share more with you soon.
In the meantime, I hope you know how very grateful we are for your support. If I can ever be of any assistance, I can be reached at email@example.com or 610.359.5365 at any time. I hope you will reach out to say hello! And again, thank you so much for your support of Delaware County Community College.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Executive Director, Educational Foundation