From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan and Bel Air Commissioner Susan Burdette:
A tragedy for the family of Sgt. Robert Pfarr of the Bel Air Police Dept. His son, 17 year old Isaac, passed in his sleep. He had had some expensive medical issues most of his life. If you would be so moved to help the family defray the cost of funeral expenses if would be greatly appreciated.
To donate send or drop a check off at the Bel Air Police Department at 39 Hickory Ave. Make your check payable to the “Bel Air Police Benevolent Fund” All monies collected go directly to help Officers and their families in time of need or you can make your check directly to Sgt Robert Pfarr % Bel Air Police Department. 39 Hickory Ave Bel Air, MD 21014
A volunteer position is open for Treasurer of the Harford Cable Network. If you are interested in helping in this capacity email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s time to start thinking CHRISTMAS! If you are interested in applying to participate in the 2016 Town of Bel Air Christmas Parade on Sunday, December 4, 2016, please visit this Town web site to download the 2016 APPLICATION and RULES, at: http://md-belair.civicplus.com/226/Christmas-Parade
OCT 23 GUIDED TOURS OF TUDOR HALL.The home of Shakespearian actors John and Edwin Booth. Tours start at 1:00 PM and 2 PM. 17 Tudor Lane Bel Air, MD 21015. $5.00 for those 13 or older.
OCT 29 DOWNTOWN BEL AIR FOR TRICK OR TREATING Put your costume on and trick or treat down main street from noon to 2 pm.
NOV 6 STANDARD TIME RESUMES.. Turn your clocks back and get an extra hour sleep.
NOV 10 BOOK TALK – at the LIRIODENDRON – All age books for Christmas giving. Luncheon and a review on new publications by the Harford County Public Library Staff. $35.00 Everyone raved about the Booktalk last June so don’t miss this Fall event. Call Leslie at 410 879 4424 for reservations.
NOV 10: FOR HARFORD COUNTY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE VETERANS breakfast. County office Building 212 S Main Street – First Floor… 0830 to 0930. To honor the service of the veterans who are now employed by Harford County Government.
NOV 26 SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY. Join your neighbors for Christmas Shopping and supporting your small businesses along Main Street at the same time. Our small shops have many unique gifts for holiday giving.
DEC 2 -3-4 GREENS SHOW AND DECORATOR HOUSE: The Liriodendron Mansion – 502 West Gordon Street Bel Air will be adorned in her festive attire as this 19th Century Palladian Style home of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Kelly is decorated to the “nines”. Fresh Green arrangements for sale. “Kissing Krystal” ornaments and Mistletoe Balls for sale also. The house is full of Poinsettia. Music from local singers on Sunday, refreshments and Gallery Art highlight this kick off of the Holiday Season. Check the Web-site for hours. LIRIOBELAIR.com Suggested donation Adults $5 at the door.