Since moving to Denton in 2010 Audrey Clemens has been a bookkeeper, an office administrator, a volunteer coordinator and event/fundraiser. Audrey started managing Downtown Denton Main Street in January 2019. Audrey has a love for Denton and is very happy to be a part of it.
Patti Wood lives in Historic Downtown Denton and has been a resident of Denton for 32 years. Patti opened Patti's Petals Florist, Gardens and Gifts in Downtown Denton in 2008. Patti has been with Main Street since the beginning and has worked hard to keep Downtown Denton vital and viable. She has been involved with most of the Downtown Denton Community projects and events. Keeping this a small quaint town is very important to her and her family. It is Patti's desire to see all storefronts filled and increasing foot traffic to our downtown historic businesses. Patti's motto is "If you build it, they will come" She wants this town and businesses to thrive and be a place where people want to get out of their cars and explore our quaint town and want to stay a while. Patti also works as a full time Administrative Aide with the Denton Police Department.
Leslie Grove, with her husband Taylor Hale, owns and operates Luck and Love Homestead located in Downton Denton. In 2019 she opened at the table as a studio and retail space next to Luck and Love Homestead. Upon moving to the Eastern Shore more than ten years ago, she developed a passion for regenerative farming and creating a food system that supports local producers and consumers. Leslie and Taylor live and garden on two and a half acres outside of Denton with their menagerie of dogs, cats and chickens.
A Maryland native, Alicia and her husband moved to Caroline County in April of 2020. Alicia has more than 20 years of business management experience and is the current Branch Manager of the M & T Bank in Downtown Denton. She is passionate about financial literacy and committed to help business owners achieve their goals. Her hobbies include Birding and Nature Photography.
Bill Clemens moved to Denton in 2010 when he became the Executive Director of Tuckahoe Habitat for Humanity. Since leaving Tuckahoe Habitat, Bill started working with the Town of Denton, Planning and Codes Department in August, 2017. Bill has been volunteering for Downtown Denton Main Street since January, 2018 and has been involved with most of the Downtown Denton Community projects and events.
Sean Parker, an upcoming entrepreneur focusing his work in the town he grew up in, Denton Maryland. He has established his first business in Historic Downtown Denton in 2016, currently opening a second business downtown in 2021. Experience in working with the town's locals, bringing a new approach to the Downton Denon Main Street. Sean is motivated to push Downtown Denton area to become a desirable destination for business owners and consumers.