From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan and Bel Air Commissioner Susan Burdette:
NOVEMBER IS FOR MEN WHAT OCTOBER IS FOR THE LADIES. CANCER AWARENESS. NOVEMBER IS NO-SHAVE MONTH FOR THE GUYS!
RAISING AWARENESS OF PROSTATE CANCER IN MEN IS THE ULTIMATE GOAL.
County Executive Barry Glassman is going “shaveless” and you can also. Donate your usual shaving toiletries to Veterans. A collection box is in the lobby of 220 S Main Street.
SPEAKING OF VETERANS.
GO TO HARFORD CABLE NETWORK AND VIEW THE GREAT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCMENT FROM County Exec Glassman to all of Harford’s Vets.
CUDO’S TO THE HARFORD COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
“The Folds of Honor Foundation” provides scholarships and educational opportunities to the children and spouses of those killed or disabled while in the service. More information is available at FOLDS OF HONOR.ORG
The Farmers Market in Bel Air will continue on Saturdays thru November 21st. (Bond and Thomas Streets)
Inquiries into the position of Executive Director of the Liriodendron Foundation, Inc. can be directed to Resume,
P.O. Box 299, Bel Air, Md. 21014.
NOV 7 EDEN MILL FALL FESTIVAL. Eden Mill Nature Center, Pylesville
NOV 11 VETERANS DAY Join in one of the many memorial services around Harford County
NOV 14 EAGLE DAY It is Eagle watching day at the Conowingo Dam on route one in Darlington.
NOV 14 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RECKORD ARMORY IN BEL AIR. This very special building is named for Lt. General Milton Reckord, a resident of Bel Air and Distinguished Soldier