From Harford County Council District C Councilman Jim McMahan:
MAY 28 MEMORIAL DAY IN BEL AIR At Town Hall. Wreaths will be laid at the Veterans Monument. The Bel Air Community Band will play from 10:30 till 11:00. Service begins at 11 AM. What a wonderful opportunity to bring the children and let them experience this moving and most patriotic ceremony. God Bless America and her Heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. VETERANS WEAR YOUR DECORATIONS TO THIS CEREMONY AND REMEMBER TO SALUTE DURING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM.
JUNE 2 FLAG DAY IN BEL AIR 8:00 a.m. at Shamrock Park (behind Town Hall: 39 N. Hickory Ave.) Color Guards – Bel Air High School Chorus and the Bel Air High School Band. This year’s guest speaker is Col. John F. Kutcher, Sr. Ret. U.S. Army. Veterans wear your “Cover” and DECORATIONS.
JUNE 2 JERUSALEM MILL VILLAGE presents Gilmor’s Raid – Civil War Battles and Living History Saturday, June 2nd and Sunday, June 3rd
Location-, Jerusalem Mill Kingsville, MD Admission fee: $7.00 Adults $5.00 Seniors and Children . Special Group pricing available.
Formore information, directions go to www.jerusalemmill.org. or call 410/877-3560.
JUNE 2 PANTS NEEDED FOR THE BAND The C. Milton Wright Marching Band needs 100 pair of pants and you can help. The Band Parents are having a Bull Roast this Saturday at the Mary Magdalene Mission on Chruchville Road Bel Air. Pit Beef and Shrimp from 7 to 11 PM Tickets $25. (Cash Beer and Wine Bar) for reservations contact Becky Wyatt at email@example.com If you can’t attend but want to help buy apair of uniform pants for a band member email Becky. (It is cold in the winter without pants)
SUMMER CONCERTS ACROSS THE COUNTY
Most starting in June
ABERDEEN – TUESDAYS 7:00 pm
Festival Park (Rain move toAberdeen Middle School)
BEL AIR – Sundays and Wednesdays 7 PM
Humbert Amphitheater behind Town Hall Hickory Ave
(Rain Bel Air High School)
Havre de Grace – Fridays 7:30
Millard Tydings Park near the Marina (No rain Location)
JUNE 3 SusquehannaS ymphony Orchestra will open this year’s Sunday Concert Series at the Humbert Band shell in Bel Air. Bring a picnic supper and enjoy a great evening of music with the SSO
NOW Thru July 6 Exhibition at the McFaul Center: From Trail to Train: The Building of Bel Air. This exhibit looks at the history of the Town of Bel Air and how roads and trains impacted Bel Air’s Main Street from the early horse trails to the Ma and Pa Railroad. Located in the McFaul Sr. Center near the MVA and Weiss Market off Rt 24 at Market Place Drive.
AN UPDATE ON SARGEANT KECK’S HOUSE FROM BOB WARD HOMES.
Capt’n Jim – I just heard from HFOT and the fundraising to date is just over $61,000! I am very grateful for all of the support and help you and the folks on Coffee Talk are providing. We’re going to keep at it until we drop a set of keys in Sgt. Keck’s hands. Thanks again, Bob Ward.
Editors Note: Donations are still being accepted to help with this warrior project. There will be no charge to this war Hero for his new home in Havre de Grace built by Bob Ward Homes. Go to this site for more information www.homesforourtroops.org/keck or mail contributions to HFOT – 6 Main Street –Taunton, Maine 02780
Please make sure to put “Keck” in the memo area of the check.
BEL AIR FARMERS MARKET
The Tuesday Bel Air Farmer’s Market will be relocating to the former BB&T property on Main Street once the demolition is complete.
Saturday Market is located in the District Court Parking Lot at Thomas & Bond Streets in Bel Air 7 a.m. – 11 a.m.