CBF members Susan and Neil Kaye are busy and accomplished volunteers. Lucky for everyone they focus their efforts on the Bay, and specifically Tangier Island. The couple bought a house on Tangier that they now commute to regularly on weekends. On the island they devote themselves to helping improve Tangier's natural, cultural, and civic resources. The Kaye's show that you can do an extraordinary amount in very small ways.
Tangier Island Benefits from Couple's Devotion to the Bay
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