From Harford County Council Councilman Jim McMahan:
Senator Glassman on Fox 45 tomorrow morning at 7:45 to discuss the Boston Terror Attack and why MD should have kept the Death Penalty.
BEL AIR FARMERS MARKET IS NOW OPEN SATURDAYS IN THE STATE OFFICE BUILDING PARKING LOT AT THE CORNER OF BOND AND THOMAS STREETS. 7 AM TO 11AM
APR 24 C. Milton Wright Band will be serving up their annual Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 P.M. in the C. Milton Wright H S cafeteria. Cost is $8 for adults, $6 for students/children. Proceeds will help provide instruments and uniforms for this rapidly expanding band program.
APR 27 BULLROAST AND SHRIMP FEAST Bel Air Moose Hall from 7 PM to 11 PM $45 p/p Beef, Turkey, Ham, Italian Sausage, Steamed Shrimp, Homemade Mac and Cheese salads desserts and beverages. For tickets call Paula at 410 679 6115
APR 27 CLEAR THE CLUTTER DAY Harford Community College and Sappan Solutions Professional Organizing will provide a one stop location to clear your homes of clutter. 11 AM to 3 PM. Cars will be directed to enter the College from parking lot ‘a’ ENTRANCE 6 off RT 22 (at the WAWA) ADMISSION FEE IS $5. Paper shredding will also be available on site. Nearly new items for distribution to the needy will also be accepted. TV’s will be accepted ONE per family.
APR 27 PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY Three drop off points. Parking lot of the County Office Building 220 S Main Street, Havre de Grace Police Station on Pennington Ave and the Md State Police Barracks on Route One south of BelAir. Hours are 10 am to 2 PM
APR 27 JOB’S DAUGHTERS. Spaghetti Dinner at Mt Ararat Lodge 1326 East Gordon St Bel Air –Cost $8 for adults and $3 for children. Serving 4 PM to 7PM
APR 28 BEL AIR COMMUNITY CHORUS PRESENTS An American Tapestry; a celebration of the American Composer. 7 PM at the Bel Air High School Performing Arts Center. Admission is free.
MAY 4 SUSQUEHANNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA A unique program of Civil War music. For more information go to www.ssorchestra.org Bel Air High School center for the Perform Arts
MAY 3-4-5 THE WAR OF 1812 COMMEMORATION WEEKEND IN HAVRE DE GRACE. May 3 Arrival of the Tall Ships…May 4 – 10:30AM Reenactment of the event. Fife and Drum Band. Military March through town at 3 PM Concert in the Park at 7 PM –Sunday May 5th 7 AM 5 K Run – Church Service at 10:30 St Johns Church and Tall Ship Tours beginning at 11 AM
MAY 4 HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY. 10 AM to 2 PM(More details coming on this)
MAY 18 GARDEN MART at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum. Rain or Shine 10 AM to 6 PM Plants – Garden tools –Garden Accents – plus a children’s corner. Admission $15 donation 410.652.9757
Wake Up MD says
While I hope it never happens, has anyone else thought what will happen when some Columbine nut, Aurora nut V.T. nut or CT nut shoots up and kills a bunch of people in MD? Heck, forget the gun, how about stabs a bunch of people to death or blows people up. Or sinks their car with their 6 kids inside and then chickens out and swims to safety. Guess what……NO DEATH PENALTY IN MD. This piece of garbage would be locked up in our prison system until he died. There would always be a constant reminder to the families on what this piece of garbage did to their families.
Or how about the locked up nut with a life sentence with no parole who then kills another inmate or a correctional officer. What are we going to do, give him three life sentences? Really?
Steve Jacobs says
The death penalty is not a deterrent. After convicted, by the time they are put to death the crime is a distant memory. Also legal costs are footed by the taxpayer. Life without parole is the least expensive.
Steve, so keep voting for the ass…es in Annapolis and you’ll keep getting what you deserve.
lowlife politicians that only want to play with power, and no regard for the people of this state.
old wise man once said politicians are a reflection of the people that vote for them. Steve have you looked into the mirror?