From the office of Harford County Councilman Jim McMahan:
HAPPY NEW YEAR
It is time to help the clothes exchange again this year. (Sgt) Jim Lockard of the Bel Air PD has guided this successful program and needs to replenish the supply of coats, sweatshirts, sweaters and other outer wear. Harford Cleaners on South Atwood Road in Bel Air has agreed to be the drop off point. All sizes for kids, teens and adults are needed. ALSO, if you know of a family in need you can Call Jim at 410 937 2433.
Jan 5 Meat Loaf Supper Bel Air United Meth Church from 5 to 7 PM Open to the public. Will benefit Manna House.
Jan 6 Sen. Bob Hooper Hospice Center. If you have not yet visited this state of the art hospice for Harford County, Jan 6 will probably be your chance to do so. Once residents are accepted, public tours will no longer be scheduled. Visit the Sen. Bob Hooper House 2700 Klein Plaza Drive (Behind Forest Hill Lanes) from 2 PM to 7 PM
Jan. 16 Vocal Artists Concert at 3 p.m. at The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 1515 Emmorton Road, Bel Air. The Good Shepherd 2010-2011 Concert Series presents a variety of works, featuring vocalists Josh Brown, Brendan Kennedy, Andrea Jacobs and Emilie Hodgin. Free; donations accepted. A dessert reception follows. For more information, call (410) 838-8081 or visit www.lcgselca.org.
News for Bobcat Fans (A great gift for a BHS Alum)Local artist Jim Butcher has rendered an incredible drawing of a “Bobcat” the mascot of Bel Air High School for more than 50 years. In a joint community effort, funds are being raised to produce a bronze likeness of the cunning stealth creature. Once completed it will adorn the stadium area at the new Bel Air High School athletic complex in memory of the late Al Cesky, revered football coach at BHS in the 50’s and 60’s. To donate to this effort go to www.belairbobcatsculpture.org
Capt’n Jim McMahan
Harford County Council
Leave a Reply