From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan:
SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT TARGETING DRIVERS USING HAND HELD DEVICES. Under a special grant the Bel Air Police Department has set April to cite drivers violating the State’s Distracted Driving Law. Officers spotting violators will issue citations that range from $70 to $160. Drivers with learner’s permits or provisional licenses face additional penalties including up to a 90 day suspension.
Did you ever wonder how many people are incarcerated in our Jail? During the Month of March the Harford County Detention Center Admitted 566 and released 611 individuals. On the 31st day of March there were 400 inmates, 348 men and 52 women.
NOW THRU APR 25 SOLES-4-SOULS is a global 501(c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to fighting the impact of poverty. Donate used but serviceable shoes at any Harford Bank location. . All those who donate used shoes are eligible for tax deductions by completing the online tax receipt form found on Soles4Souls webpage: http://soles4souls.org/tax-receipt-form
APR 10-11-12 BEL AIR HIGH SCHOOL’S PRODUCTION OF Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stage adaptation of Billy Wilder’s film Classic “Sunset Boulevard” The Bel Air Drama Company is celebrating their 25th year of productions. Showtime begins at 7:00 PM all three days with a Matinee on Saturday the 12th at 2:00 PM Tickets can be purchased on line for $10 at www.belairdrama.org or $12 at the door
APR 12 KITE DAY IN BEL AIR. The annual kite day at Rockfield Manor on Churchville Road will begin at 10 AM till 4 PM. All are welcome to this spectacle of grace and color. Shall we always remember the man who got this started. Paul Hines of Churchville.
APR 12 CHURCHVILLE RURITAN CLUB PANCAKE SUPPER 4 to 7 PM at the Churchville Elementary School.
APR 13 SPRING BAZAAR AT DEER CREEK OVERLOOK CITY SLICKERS SHOULD READ THIS. Deer Creek Overlook is a beautiful and historical place for us old timers in Harford County. It is what we used to call the Harford County 4H camp. This would be the perfect time for folks not familiar, to visit this country setting and Bazaar. It is easy to get to. Take Rt 24 North from Bel Air thru Forest Hill into Rocks State Park. Turn onto Cherry Hill Road and follow the signs. If you miss the road you will see it from Rt 24 and you can back track.
Apr 26 WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES an annual event to raise money for SARC. To register go to www.sarc-maryland.org or call 410-836-8431
APR 27 RABIES VACCINATION CLINIC from 2 to 4 at the Harford County Equestrian Center off Toll Gate Road in Bel Air, Fire House Number 4 in Havre de Grace and the Norrisville Volunteer Fire Company And the Abingdon Fire Company. Cost is $5 per animal.
APR 27 THRU MAY 18 WATERCOLOR EXHIBITION of the Baltimore Watercolor Society in the Gallery at the Liriodendron Mansion West Gordon Street Bel Air. Art Exhibit hours: Sundays 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
MAY 4 RABIES VACCINATION CLINIC –This is the second and final clinic. Cost is $5 per animal. Locations include Joppa Magnolia Fire Co.,Darlington Vol Fire Co., Aberdeen Vol Fire Company and the Jarrettsville Vol Fire Company. Hours are 2 to 4 PM
MAY 16 BIKE TO WORK DAY More later
JUNE 1 GRAND OPENING OF THE HISTORIC ICE HOUSE at the Liriodendron Mansion West Gordon Street Bel Air. Native American exhibit of cultural life-ways from the Paleo migrations of the last glacial recession, through Archaic Landscape changes that make up the Susquehanna drainage area now the Chesapeake Bay Region. The late Dr Howard Kelly had an abiding interest in the Natural Sciences. The Liriodendron was the summer home of Dr Kelly, one of the founding surgeons of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. All are welcome. Time will be announced later.
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JUNE 1 THRU JUNE 29 MASTER CARVER Jeffrey Moore of “foul play studios” will present a display of wood carvings of birds, and animals. In the Liriodendron Gallery Sundays 1 to 4 PM
June 12 to 19 EARLY VOTING 10 AM to 8 PM at the following locations. McFaul Center in Bel Air—Edgewood Library –The UNIVERSITY (HEAT) Center in Aberdeen – and the Jarrettsville Library