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ON THE COVER 20
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SENIOR CALENDAR 37
LIBRARY CALENDAR 37
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Budget Message: Keep the


Tax Rates the Same Hayden said the flow of
income tax revenue has
been difficult to predict
in recent years and the es-
timates have been higher
than what actually came
in. So, this year he is mak-
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By Dick Myers will be coming from the board raised the property- dickmyers@countytimes.net DOWNTOWN ST. LEONARD
Editor Dominion Cove Point tax rate from .892 to .937
Payment in Lieu of Taxes and the income-tax rate

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in the budget software.
(OPEB), a fund used to
cover future costs of re-
increase had not been en-
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tiree health benefits.
Slaughenhoupt elicited
still have an almost $10
million deficit.
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Planners Reject School Capacity Changes


mising efficiency.” improvement plan.
Plummer-Welker said that the schools At the BOCC meeting, Commissioner
have space and the limiting factor is their Pat Nutter had difficulty with the concept
desired pupil-teacher ratio. To go over of allowing schools to operate over capac-
100 percent classes would just have to be ity. But he and the other board members
larger. She also pointed out that students went along with allowing the planning
moving into existing residences have commission to look at it and set up a pub-
to be accommodated and that several lic hearing.
schools in the northern part of the county At the Sept. 19 planning commission
are already operating at more than 100 meeting, member John Toohey had the
percent capacity. same problem that Nutter had: “I can’t see
The desire for the change came from this one,” he said. “I’d like to leave it at
the fact that subdivisions have been halt- 100 percent, frankly.” Toohey is a retired
ed in portions of north county, which is schoolteacher.
viewed as an economic development The rest of the commission members,
damper. with the exception of Maria Buehler, sup-
The current regulations put the maxi- ported Toohey when he made the motion
mum amount of time final subdivision to reject taking the change to a public
approval can be delayed at seven years, hearing. His motion did, however, include
under the theory that should give the changing the time limit from seven years
By Dick Myers less than 100 percent either through ad-
school system time to correct the short- to six years and also to make some minor
Editor ditions to existing schools or building a
age of space. The proposal to the county editorial changes in the regulations. They
new school. The proposal from planning
The Calvert County Planning Com- commissioners was to change the delay will go to a public hearing.
and school staffs was that the threshold
mission has rebuffed a suggestion that period to a maximum of six years, mak-
be raised to 110 percent.
regulations on adequate public facilities ing it consistent with the county’s capital dickmyers@countytimes.net
Long-Range Planner Jenny Plummer-

Planners Delay Review


be softened for school enrollment. Cur- Welker reported to the Calvert County
rently the adequate capacity threshold is Board of County Commissioners (BOCC)
100 percent for schools. The proposal was at their Sept. 18 meeting the recommen-
to change that to 110 percent. dation for the change was “…based upon

of Land-Use Update
Now, when a school’s capacity reaches the Calvert County Public School staff’s
100 percent, no new residential subdivi- observation that the schools can operate
sions can receive final approval until at 110 percent capacity without compro-
the schools serving their area are at or
Final Decision Pushed Until After Election
Rhythm & Riches 2018 feel better we can call it a minor town
center.”
Keep Calvert Country, a citizen’s
group that has been calling for a slow-
down in the update process and a trans-
portation study before it’s finalized, re-
cently posted a blog on how Dunkirk is
being treated in the update.
By Dick Myers In the blog written by former planning
Editor staffer Mariam Gholl, Willis was quoted
in an earlier meeting as saying, “I don’t
The update of the Calvert County know what else to tell you about water
Comprehensive Plan will be in the and sewer. It is not our plan but others
The Amish Outlaws Robbie Boothe hands of the new commissioner board. are planning it.”
The planning commission at its Sept. Gholl asks: “Who are these other folks
Friday, October 19, 2018 19 meeting voted to accept staff recom- who are planning sewer in Dunkirk?”
Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department mendation to delay finishing their chap- Gholl said that the decision about
ter by chapter review of the update until Dunkirk should be deferred until its
Doors open at 5p.m. after the Nov. 6 election. town center master plan is updated.
www.RHYTHMandRICHES.com/240-587-7111 The commission agreed to hold their The current commissioner board had
final review in November instead of Oc- earlier expressed a hope that they would
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attend event • Tickets are $60 each for ENTRY to Event Willis noted that whatever Dunkirk is Once the planners are ready and the re-
• Call or Visit us on-line and Raffle, or $50 each for RAFFLE called, growth is occurring there with view is over, a joint public hearing with
for more information and ONLY. private sewer systems. “The county isn’t the county commissioners and planning
doing it, developers are doing it.”
to purchase tickets for the
event and the raffle! commission would be called before the
There is a strong anti-growth senti- BOCC makes the final vote.
Proceeds to Benefit St. Michael’s Archangel Scholarship Foundation ment among citizen groups in Dunkirk.
Willis quipped, “If it makes citizens dickmyers@countytimes.net
Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times 5

Community Partners Provide Medical Rides


Tri -County Council Leads Effort
By Dick Myers cles and drivers, dispatchers and transpor- members,” Hartline said. The program got tation service in Calvert County last year
Editor tation experience developed through their under way in August. has left an especially large gap in service
own operations,” according to TCCSMD. During the initial month, 25 trips were in Calvert.
There has been a persistent gap for peo- The program is called Wheels2Well- planned, but in the end 48 were provided, Hartline said that the program has funds
ple in Southern Maryland seeking health ness. The TCCSMD’s program manager showing the demand. Most of the trips so in place to continue through June of 2019
care services. That gap – transportation. Patricia Hadden said her program and far have been in St. Mary’s, and an out- and they are hopeful of securing additional
Many people live in rural areas without The Arc are sharing the vehicles. When reach effort is underway to expand the funds to extend it beyond that date.
any form of transportation other than what The Arc doesn’t need them for their own services in Calvert County. The discon-
they can provide themselves. When they clients, then they are available forWheels- tinuance of the Partners in Care transpor- dickmyers@countytimes.net
can’t drive or can’t afford the wheels they 2Wellness. The Arc of Southern Maryland
are often out of luck. did not return calls from the County Times
That gap was discussed at a regional for more information about their involve-
meeting several years ago at the College ment in the program.
of Southern Maryland Prince Frederick Hadden said the council is working with
Campus. Out of that meeting came the Tri- the planning departments in Calvert and
County Council for Southern Maryland St. Mary’s to help them identify areas in
(TCCSMD) involvement and the securing their counties most in need of transporta-
of grants to get a project off the ground. tion services. That will especially assist
According to TCCSMD Executive Direc- Calvert County which is now updating its
tor, John Hartline, a $25,000 grant was comprehensive plan which has a transpor-
awarded to then from the Rural Mary- tation component.
land Council, followed by an additional Hartline said TCCSMD is applying to
$35,000, to develop a plot project to pro- the Rural Maryland Council for a grant to
vide transportation services. supply iPads, two software systems from
According to information provided by Roundup and WellRyde, wireless data
Hartline “Transportation availability is transmission capabilities from Verizon
a vital social determinant of health out- Wireless and funds to pay a per mile trans-
comes in rural communities. The avail- portation reimbursement for each client.
ability of reliable transportation impacts a Other partners in the pilot project in-
person’s ability to access appropriate and clude CalvertHealth and MedStar St.
well-coordinated healthcare, purchase nu- Mary’s. They are providing case manag-
tritious food, and otherwise care for him ers and a cohort of patients for the project.
or herself.” Hadden said the targeted customers are the
The pilot project started to come togeth-
er when The Arc of Southern Maryland in
handicapped and senior citizens, although
she said it is hoped the program can expand PARENTING AGAIN...
Prince Fredrick received an $80,000 grant to all citizens in need of transportation. STEPPING IN FOR PARENTS WHO CAN’T
Thank you Calvert County families
from the Maryland Department of Trans- During June and July, using the grant
portation (MDOT). The Arc is using the monies, equipment and services were pur-
grant funds from MDOT and their own chased, patients were identified and “co-
funds as a local match to supply “two vehi- operation and trust was built among group

Solomons Boat Ramp


to Close for Upgrades
boat ramp. Among new features to be
added are floating slips compliant with
the Americans with Disabilities Act, a
floating kayak launch and solar lighting.
Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 • 6-8 p.m.
Boaters can visit online at the link Check-in begins at 5:30 p.m.
provided below for a list of other boat Office on Aging
ramps, launches and marinas in Calvert 450 W. Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick
County. Learn more about the Calvert
County Department of Parks & Recre- Registration Required - Seating Limited
ation, Natural Resources Division, and FREE EVENT • DOOR PRIZES • DINNER PROVIDED
its comprehensive program of activities We will use this event to thank families who are raising children who
The Calvert County Department of and park information by calling 410- aren’t theirs. We will have speakers and local agencies in attendance
Parks & Recreation, Natural Resources 535-5327 or by visiting online at www. to share resource information and answer questions.
Division, announces the Solomons Boat CalvertCountyMd.gov/NaturalResourc- Activities for children ages five and older will be available.
Ramp will close Oct. 15, 2018 through es. For updates on Parks & Recreation
April 15, 2019 due to construction. Dur- services, park availability, field closures Sponsored by the Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse (CAASA), Office on Aging,
ing construction there will be no access and more visit Parks & Recreation at Calvert County Public Schools, Department of Social Services and the Department of Juvenile Services
to launch, dock or remove boats from the www.Facebook.com/CalvertCountyP-
water. The fishing pier will remain open arks. Like Calvert County Government
during this time. on Facebook. To register or for more information, contact CAASA by calling
410-535-3733 or email CAASA@calvertcountymd.gov
The upgrade project for the aging boat
ramp, built in 1986, includes the replace- Press Release from
ment of pilings, decking and the concrete Calvert County Government
6 Local News The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Van Hollen Hosts CSM Confab on Opioid Crisis


ment, and addiction treatment
• $60 million for child abuse prevention and treatment
programs to support the development and implemen-
tation of plans of infant safe care to improve and bet-
ter-coordinate services for newborn children exposed
to substances and their families or caregivers
 “As Maryland and states across the country work
to combat this public health crisis, they need a part-
ner in the federal government. But we are only getting
started. Together, we must keep fighting for prevention,
treatment, and recovery services for individuals strug-
gling with substance abuse and other mental health
issues. We won’t stop until we’ve ended this scourge
and addressed the terrible personal and economic
toll that the opioid epidemic and substance abuse takes
on our communities,” said Senator Van Hollen.
On Sept. 19 Van Hollen hosted a Public Safety Fo-
rum with local officials in Southern Maryland where
Senator Chris Van Hollen on Sept. 19 hosted a Public Safety Forum with local officials in Southern Maryland where he he discussed federal efforts and resources to address
discussed federal efforts and resources to address the opioid epidemic. CSM President Dr. Maureen Murphy is flanked by the opioid epidemic. Senator Van Hollen also solicited
Van Hollen and Rep. Steny Hoyer. Also shown, St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron (left) and Calvert County Sheriff Mike feedback from the attendees, which included officials
Evans (right). from local governments, sheriffs’ offices, fire depart-
ments, school systems, churches, and other organiza-
U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) applauded port and enhance behavioral health, mental health, or tions. Additionally, last Friday, Senator Van Hollen
the Senate’s passage of the bipartisan Opioid Crisis Re- substance use disorder services visited Maryland House Detox, the first and only free-
sponse Act of 2018, which will help address this pub- • $150 million, an increase of $50 million for Certi- standing, 24/7 inpatient detox center in Maryland. Dur-
lic health epidemic and the ripple effects of the crisis fied Community Behavioral Health Centers ing his visit, the Senator spoke with the organization’s
on children, families, and communities. In addition, •   $1.9 billion for the Substance Abuse Prevention and leadership about increasing resources to fight the opioid
as a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Treatment Block Grant epidemic.
Senator Van Hollen helped secure over $3.8 billion for • $1.5 billion for SAMHSA’s State Opioid Response
Fiscal Year 2019 in legislation that was passed by Con- Grant, which supports important state initiatives to Press Release from Office of U.S.
gress last week. This funding will go directly to fight- combat this epidemic Senator Chris Van Hollen
ing the opioid epidemic and includes:   • $500 million for research related to opioid addiction,
• $200 million for Community Health Centers to sup- development of opioid alternatives, pain manage-

Breezy Point Beach Reopens


I N C O N C E RT with Full Beach Access

The Calvert County Department of enjoy the playground, building sand cas-
Parks & Recreation announces Breezy tles and hunting for shark teeth along the
Sunday, September 30 Point Beach and Campground will re-
open Saturday, Sept. 22, with full beach
sandy shores of the Chesapeake Bay. For
fishing and crabbing enthusiasts, there
access under regular hours of 6 a.m. to is 200-foot fishing pier. It is the perfect
6:00 PM dusk. The beach will be open through
Oct. 31, 2018, when it closes for the sea-
getaway for day trips, a weekend away or
a week-long escape.
son until May 1, 2019. For additional information, please
Southern Calvert Baptist Church Storms brought flooding and debris to contact the Calvert County Depart-
12140 H.G. Trueman Road Breezy Point Beach and the beach was ment of Parks & Recreation at 410-535-
closed temporarily due to safety con- 1600, ext. 2649. For updates on Parks
Lusby, MD cerns. Breezy Point Beach and Camp- & Recreation services, park availabil-
ground is a favorite Calvert County ity, field closures and more visit Parks
For more information call: destination. Visitors are encouraged & Recreation at www.Facebook.com/
Jerry at 240-925-5613 SCBC at 410-326-6533 to bring the whole family and spend a CalvertCountyParks.
fun-filled day at the public beach while
www.bluegrassgospelexpress.com taking advantage of the many amenities Press Release from
offered at this scenic spot. Children will Calvert County Government
Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times Cops & Courts 7

Calvert County
Sheriff Blotter
During the week of September 17 – on September 19th an unknown suspect(s)
September 23 deputies of the Calvert stole half the gas out of her vehicle.
County Sheriff’s Office responded to
1,427 calls for service throughout the Theft: 18-50923
community. On September 19, 2018 Deputy Aurich
made contact with a complainant who
Burglary: 18-50875 advised him sometime between 12:30
On September 19, 2018 Deputy Free- and 10:30 PM an unknown suspect(s)
land responded to 16th Street, Chesa- stole the registration plate from his boat
peake Beach for the report of a burglary. trailer while it was parked at the Hallow-
The victims advised sometime between ing Point boat ramp.
6:00 AM and 5:00 PM an unknown
suspect(s) entered their home and stole Theft: 18-51042
multiple pieces of jewelry. The estimat- On September 20, 2018 Deputy Spald-
ed value of stolen property is $410. ing was contacted in the parking lot of
Patuxent High School about a stolen cell
Burglary: 18-51366 phone. The complainant advised she had
On September 22, 2018 Deputy Rzep- the phone at 7:45 that morning and re-
kowski responded to Southern Maryland alized it was missing around 8:20 AM.
Blvd, Owings for the report of a bur- The value of the cell phone is approxi-
glary. The complainant advised some- mately $1,000.
time between September 21st at 10:00
PM and September 22nd at 1:00 AM an ARRESTS:
unknown suspect(s) stole $100 worth of On September 17, 2018 Deputy Ridge-
tools from his shed. ly walked into the 7-Eleven in Prince
Frederick when the store manager ad-
Theft: 18-50629 vised him there was a male in the store
On September 18, 2018 Deputy Redik- who refused to leave. Logan Chase Fill-
er responded to Scaggs Road, Owings er (19) was escorted outside where Dep-
for the report of a theft. The complainant uty Ridgely wrote him a trespass warn-
advised on September 3rd between 11:00 ing for that location. As Filler walked
AM and 2:00 PM an unknown suspect(s) away, he cursed at the officers on scene.
stole the flag off her mailbox. The value Filler was placed under arrest and trans-
of stolen property is approximately $50. ported to the Calvert County Detention
Center where he was charged with Dis-
Theft: 18-50566 orderly Conduct.
On September 18, 2018 Deputy Hard-
esty responded to Nester Lane, Lusby On September 19, 2018 Deputy Spald-
for the report of a theft. The complain- ing responded to the Shell gas station
ant advised two weeks ago two Silicon in Lusby for a conserver of the peace.
Power 256 GB Solid State Drives were Upon arrival he made contact with the
stolen from his mailbox. The estimated complainant, Justin Paul Brinkley
value of stolen property is $100. (26). Brinkley cursed at Deputy Spald-
ing repeatedly and was warned multiple
Theft: 18-50654 times to stop or he would be arrested. He
On September 18, 2018 Deputy Gott continued to be disorderly, therefore, he
responded to Renero Court, Lusby for was placed under arrest and transported
the report of a theft. The complainant to the Calvert County Detention Center
advised sometime between September where he was charged with Disorderly
14th and September 18th an unknown Conduct.
suspect(s) stole his son’s black bicycle.
The estimated value of stolen property On September 19, 2018 Deputy Bow-
is $150. lan conducted a traffic stop at the inter-
section of West Dares Beach Road and
Theft: 18-50532 Solomons Island Road. The driver iden-
On September 18, 2018 Deputy Brad- tified herself as Shenae Shirley Lloyd.
ley responded to Gregg Drive, Lusby for Emergency Communications advised
the report of a theft. The complainant that name was not on file, however, the
advised an unknown suspect(s) stole the registered owner of the vehicle was
rear tag off his vehicle. Keyonda Rochelle Cauthen (22), and
they provided Deputy Bowlan with a
Theft: 18-50749 photo. The photo matched the driver of
On September 19, 2018 Deputy Fly- the vehicle. Cauthen was placed under
nt responded to Golden Russet Drive, arrest and transported to the Calvert
Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The County Detention Center where she was
complainant advised sometime between charged with False Statement to Officer.
5:30 PM on September 18th and 7:45 AM
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8 Cops & Courts The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Continued from page 7

It’s Time To Plant… On September 20, 2018 Deputy


Sampson conducted a traffic stop at
…Ornamental Grasses nOw Buy 3, Get 4th Free 3 Gal. size Flag Ponds Parkway and S. Solomons
Island Road. The driver, Harry Ray-
mond Eberle (25), admitted to having a
pipe and a baggie with marijuana in his
pants pockets. A search of his vehicle
revealed an empty prescription bottle
with a damaged label, another prescrip-
tion bottle with 21 Amphetamine pills
and an excessive amount of cash. Eberle
…Fall cOlOr was placed under arrest and transported
to the Calvert County Detention Center
where he was charged with CDS: Pos-
session-Not Marijuana, CDS: Possession
of Paraphernalia, CDS: Possession with
Ornamental
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Frederick. The driver, Christine Kelly
Poe (36), was asked to step out of the
vehicle and a K9 scan was conducted
which resulted in a positive alert. A
search of the vehicle revealed a hypo-
dermic needle, Alprazolam and a cut
straw with white powder residue. Poe
was placed under arrest and transported
Now iS the time to reNovate, redo, to the Calvert County Detention Center
where she was charged with CDS: Pos-
session-Not Marijuana and CDS: Pos-
or overSeed your lawN session of Paraphernalia.

let weNtworth do it For you! On September 21, 2018 Deputy T.


Full Lawn Renovation • Repairs & Blend & Seed Top Dress & Soil Renovation Mohler conducted a traffic stop in the
area of Allnut Court and Prince Freder-
Full Lawn Care Maintenance ick Blvd, Prince Frederick. While mak-
ing contact with the driver, Jennifer Do-
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ticed a strong odor of marijuana emitting
from the vehicle. Medellin advised there
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Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times In Our Community 9

Duke Honored For Impact on CBL Campus


C. Brian Duke, Facilities Manager at the University wonderful our facilities look, believing that we have
of Maryland Center for Environmental Science’s Chesa- spent additional time to prepare for their visit,” said Tom
peake Biological Laboratory, has been awarded the Uni- Miller, Director of the Chesapeake Biological Labora-
versity System of Maryland (USM) Board of Regents tory (CBL). “The truth is that the CBL campus always
Staff Award for Effectiveness and Efficiency. This is the operates at a high level to support the research and ad-
first time that an UMCES staff member has received ministration of those who work here every day.”
this prestigious system-wide award. Duke’s biggest contributions have been in the area of
The Board of Regents’ USM Staff Awards represent the efficiency and effectiveness of campus operations.
the highest honor bestowed by the Board of Regents These include leading improvements to buildings on
for achievements of employees from the 12 institutions campus that have yielded substantial savings on opera-
within the University System of Maryland.  tion costs, leveraging opportunities to upgrade infra-
USM Board of Regents Staff Award winner Brian structure while other projects are ongoing, and imple-
Duke led the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in be- menting a facilities maintenance program that ensures
ing the first to install high profile reusable water bottle the maximum lifespan possible from the campus’ physi-
filling stations to reduce the use of plastic water bottles cal plant.
on campus. “Brian is constantly thinking outside the box to en-
“These awards celebrate and recognize the best staff sure that our facilities provide the best possible return USM Board of Regents Staff Award winner Brian Duke he
across USM, those that go above and beyond what on the State’s investment,” said Miller. “His approach led the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in being the first
could be expected normally in their position,” said Pe- to leadership has created an environment in which those to install high profile reusable water bottle filling stations to
ter Goodwin, president of the University of Maryland who report to him have followed his lead so that all of reduce the use of plastic water bottles on campus.
Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) and Vice the facilities staff are constantly seeking ways to make
Chancellor for Sustainability for the University System our work more effective and efficient.” pus reported a savings of $176, 220 in utility consump-
of Maryland.  His careful research and retrofit of the HVAC on the tion and reduced its annual carbon dioxide footprint by
“Commitment such as Brian’s demonstrates to visi- largest laboratory building at UMCES reduced energy 621 tons.
tors and potential students that UMCES does not just costs by over $20,000 per year. He has facilitated a num- “Brian is extremely worth of being a recipient of the
study environmental issues but constantly implements ber of projects aimed at making the facility more energy Board of Regents Staff Award for 2018 and I feel for-
actions that reduce our institutional carbon, water, and efficient by upgrading lighting, and he led the campuses tunate that CBL has such an outstanding and dedicated
pollutant footprints.” in being the first to install high profile reusable water employee,” said Stacy Hutchinson, associate director of
Duke has had a remarkable impact in his five years as bottle filling stations to reduce the use of plastic water the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory.
facilities manager at the Chesapeake Biological Labora- bottles on campus. Each awardee will receive a $2,000stipend and a
tory, helping to create a facilities team that operates a Recent improvements have made a positive and real plaque in recognition of the award being received. 
complex and sophisticated campus. financial impact while simultaneously reducing UM-
“When guests come to campus they often note how CES’ dependence on fossil fuels. In 2016-2017, the cam- Press Release from CBL

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10 The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Beach Farmer’s Market

Danny Mayo of Dares Beach owns this 1940 Ford Deluxe Shelley Hartman of Huntingtown operates the Shelley’s Jellies stand
Coup that was on display last Friday night at the North Beach along Bay Avenue at the North Beach Farmers Market and Art
Farmer’s Market. Fair.  Shelley specializes in making homemade wine jellies and jams.

Kevin Warren of Rosemary Ranch in Port Republic advises a A cold one is passed to a customer at the Gypsy Brewing Jack Lamay of Leesburg, VA checks out the menu at the
customer on buying fresh, local produce. Rosemary Ranch is Company stand at the North Beach Farmer’s Market and Art Sassafras Farm food stand along 5th Street last Friday night
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2018

Fall
FESTIVALS
A SPECIAL
PULL-OUT GUIDE
12

Celebrate the River Celebrate the The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Calvert Marine Museum


at the
River at PRAD
FUNll
Free Family Fun for All Ages!
for a ers
memtbhe
of !
family

Patuxent River Appreciation mons Island Road will begin


Days (PRAD), one of Southern Sunday at 2 p.m. Non-profit
Maryland’s longest running fes- organizations are welcome to
tivals, celebrates its 41st year on join the parade with cash prizes
October 6 and 7 at the Calvert offered for best float entries. 
Marine Museum. All members To enter your float or organi-
Patuxent River Appreciation Days of the family can enjoy the fun
from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Museum
zation, contact Randy Geck at
rgeck@xecu.net.
October 6 & 7 admission is Free.  PRAD is made possible
The arts and crafts show with through the generous support
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. over 25 artists will be located of the Board of County Com-
PRAD Parade is Sunday at 2 p.m. in the museum’s parking lot missioners and in part by the
along with local food vendors. Calvert Marine Museum, Calvert
www.calvertmarinemuseum.com The two music stages will host Artists’ Guild, Calvert Water-
live performances including man’s Association, Pa-Po-Peake
Chesapeake Swing Band, Cal- Shrine Club, and the American
ifornia Ramblers, GrooveSpan, Legion-Arick L. Lore Post. For
Smoke Creek Rounders, and more information about PRAD,
many more. Children can build including a complete sched-
their own toy boats while the ule of events, visit www.bit.ly//
whole family enjoys free cruises PRAD2018, or call 410-326-
aboard the Wm. B. Tennison 2042, ext. 41.
and Dee of St. Mary’s. Visitors PRAD MUSIC PERFORMANCE
FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED can row in canoes and ride the
pedal boat in the boat basin
SCHEDULE

SERVING SOUTHERN MARYLAND throughout the weekend. Chil-


dren will also enjoy a petting
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 – PNC
WATERSIDE PAVILION STAGE
FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS zoo and pony rides (additional 11:45 P.M. - Groove Span
fee applies for pony rides).
“We beat any of the big chains prices! See dozens of non-profit
1 P.M. - Pond Scum

That’s our guarantee or it’s FREE!” groups that celebrate the river 2:15 P.M. - California Ramblers
*see store for details in a wide variety of ways. There 3:30 P.M. - Chesapeake Swing
will be exhibits, demonstra- Band
tions, displays, and educational
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 –
activities about green products,
CORBIN PAVILION STAGE
recycling, oyster farming, native
plants, wildlife, live animals, and 10:30 A.M. - Bob Pfeiffer and
more. Eric Skow    
Back by popular demand on 11:45 A.M. - Not So Modern
Saturday in the Corbin Pavilion, Jazz Quartet
local wineries will offer wine 1 P.M. - Folk Salad
tasting. A wonderful array of
fall produce, potted mums, 2:15 P.M. - Justus 2
honey and homemade jellies/ 3:30 P.M. - Smoke Creek
jams and lavender products will Rounders
also be available for sale.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7 – PNC
Get a head start on holiday WATERSIDE PAVILION STAGE
shopping in the Museum Store
12 P.M. - Some Assembly
with new items arriving daily,
RT. 4 AT RT. 231 INTERSECTION • PRINCE FREDERICK including books, home décor, 1 P.M. - Sax Quartet
301-855-9302 410-535-4667 themed clothing, children’s
puppets, and jewelry.
3 P.M. - Chesapeake Dance
Band
MONDAY - FRIDAY 10AM - 8PM
The annual PRAD Parade with Press Release from CMM
SATURDAY 10AM - 6PM • SUNDAY NOON - 5PM
a one-mile route along Solo-
Riverside Winefest at Sotterley
Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times Feature 13

Well-Aged for 16 Years


By Dick Myers
Editor
A glass of wine, a gorgeous view of the
Patuxent River in front of you, and the
spectacular 18th Century Sotterley Planta-
tion behind you. What better way to spend
a fall day. You can do it all at the 16h Annual
Riverside Winefest at Sotterley, Oct. 6 and 7
in Hollywood, St. Mary’s County. It begins at
noon both days.
The support of Sotterley Plantation’s
events by the public made it possible for
them to host over 7,000 children, parents,
and educators over the past year, which is
significant in furthering our vision and mis-
sion as a vibrant educational and cultural
resource.
Sotterley’s largest fundraising event, the
16th Annual Riverside Winefest at Sotterley,
celebrates the very best Maryland wineries
in our breathtaking setting! This event, a.k.a.
the Party of the Fall, is all good things rolled
into one weekend ~ the wine flows freely,
music is jamming, artists are selling their
exquisite creations, food is scrumptious, and
the 1703 Manor House Mini Tours and the
Colonial Revival Garden Tours are free. This
year’s live music line-up: Saturday: West terley Members. Please call the office to pay year there will be more winery tents with
Coast Cowboys & Sunday: GrooveSpan. and reserve your tickets for pick up at Will more space to access your favorite winery!
Tickets may be purchased in advance for Call. Become a member ahead of time by This is a rain or shine event with no re-
a discounted price of $25 through October calling the office at 301-373-2280 or online funds. No pets or coolers please, but you
1st - buy Online Only at www.sotterley.org. at www.sotterley.org. are welcome to bring chairs and blankets.
$20 for Designated Drivers $10 for ages 6 New this year is a “Beer Cave.” You can
- 20 Free for children 5 & under. Tickets are For more information, visit www.sotterley.
purchase beer from a great selection of org or call 301-373-2280 or 800-681-0850.
$30 at the gate for a Tasting Ticket on the craft brews in this unique setting!
days of the event and $20 for existing Sot- dickmyers@countytime.net
There is no parking fee for the event! This

OCTOBER 6 & 7 beginning at noon Terror on the Home Front!


WineTastings, Live Music, Artisans, Local Food Vendors
Ghosts of Sotterley
& Beer Cave, FreeTours of the 1703 Manor House October 19, 20, 25, 26 & 27
& Colonial Revival Garden, and more! Tours begin at 7:00 p.m. & run every 10 minutes
Visit Sotterley if you dare, the casualties of wars past, too
PURCHASE BY OCTOBER 1st & SAVE! young to die and too far from home. They won’t stay buried!
$25 Advance Tasting Ticket (purchase online by 10/1); $30 Join us as a recruit and travel through the trails and woods at
at the gate; $20 for Designated Drivers; $10 for ages 6 - 20; Historic Sotterley after dark. Let’s see if you can pass muster!
Free for children 5 & under; $20 for Sotterley Members: call Bwahahaha!
301.373.2280 by 10/1 to reserve tickets. Become a member! ADVANCE ONLINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.
NO Parking Fee! MORE winery tents with more space to access your No Walk-ins. www.sotterley.org.
favorite wineries! $15.00 per person (children under 2 free).

44300 Sotterley Lane


Hollywood, MD 20636 301-373-2280
sotterley.org 800-681-0850
Southern Maryland:
14 The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

The Fall Place to Be


By Dick Myers in Calvert and Patuxent River Naval Air Museum and the Old Jail
Editor Museum in St. Mary’s County.
Many people believe that Southern Maryland is at its best in the A day trying to fund your way out of a corn maze is a perfect way
fall. Evidence can be found in the milder weather, often with a little to commune with autumn (see a complete listing if local corn maz-
nip in the air, and the abundance of activities, including fairs and es elsewhere in this special section)
festival, to interest just about everybody. Local farmer’s markets have the requisite pumpkins and mums, in
Fall is a particularly nice time to get out and enjoy the beautiful addition to a surprising variety of fall fruits and vegetables. And of
surroundings that are ours for the picking all year but are espe- course, crabs and oysters are at their peak, available directly from
cially special in the fall. A hike around a park is all the more enjoy- the watermen or at your favorite local restaurant. And speaking of
able without the fear of dehydration, although everyone should food, don’t forget the Harvest Taste of Solomons on Oct. 13.
be aware that in spells it can get hot in the fall. That’s what Indian The many fairs and festivals in the fall can leave residens with the
Summer is all about. need for a daytimer or phone calendar in front of them for sched-
Calvert Couny parks just begging for a hike are: Kings Landing uling. The first full weekend in October is really full, with Patux-
Park, Calvert Cliffs Stare Park, American Chestnut Land Trust, Battle ent River Appreciation Days, Blessing of the Fleet and Sotterley’s
Creek Cyprus Swamp Sanctuary, Biscoe Gray Heritage Farm and Riverside Winefest all that weekend (see separate stories on each
Chesapeake Beach Railway Trail. Or a stroll around North Beach festival in this section).
including along the boardwalk is a likewise pleasant diversion. Southern Maryland is looking outward towards the Bay and the
Parks in St. Mary’s County include Point Lookout State Park, Elms rivers, and its maritime history and watermen’s culture are both
Beach Park, Greenwell State Park, Leonardtown Wharf Park, Myr- treasured. That heritage is on display at Patuxent River Apprecia-
tle Point Park, Newtowne Neck State Park, Port of Leonardtown tion Days Oct. 6-7, the Blessing of the Fleet Oct 6 this year, and the
Pak, Historic St. Mary’s City, St. Clements Island State Park, and St. St. Mary’s County Oyster Festival Oct. 20-21 at the St. Mary’s Coun-
Mary’s River State Park. ty Fairgrounds.
If history is your thing, some of the aforementioned parks also Halloween looms as October winds down. The three towns in
come with a twist of history, such as St. Mary’s City for colonial his- Calvert and St. Mary’s are an exciting and safe place for kids of all
tory and Point Lookout State Park for Civil War history. Of course, ages to celebrate Halloween. Here are their events:
history is on display inside Calvert Marine museum, Bayside History • North Beach Boo Bash on October 27, 2018,  3-5 p.m. The North
Museum in North Beach and Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum Beach Business Loop and the Town of North Beach present the

Vested in You
Together We’re Better. Upcoming Events in the Square
New Millennium
Trick or Treat
on the Square
Jesieryl Hartzer OCTOBER • 20
Nancy Immel
Barbara Blades
Veteran’s Day
Parade
NOVEMBER • 11
The Barbara Blades Team
m 240-925-1587
o 301-862-2169 Christmas
d 301-737-5115
Lexington Park Office
on the Square
23063 Three Notch Road NOVEMBER • 23
California, MD 20619
www.barbarablades.com FOR INFORMATION CONTACT 301-475-9791
Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times 15

8th Annual Halloween Boo Bash! Register for the children’s cos- Center. They’ll have popcorn, face painting, balloon animals, a
tume contest from 2:15 to 3 p.m. on the pavilion. The parade and DJ, inflatables and will finish the event with a trick or treat spon-
judging will follow. After the costume parade and judging, feel sored by local businesses.
free to trick-or-treat at local business. Also, Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in St. Leonard is
• Halloween on the Square in Leonardtown, on Saturday, Oct. having a Halloween Festival on Fri, Oct.er 26, -6-9 p.m. in the pavil-
20, 3-5 p.m. The Town of Leonardtown, Leonardtown Business ion. The festival includes face painting, arts and crafts, free candy,
Association, Wine & Design, Art Buzz Kids and St. Mary’s Animal games and activities, haunted wagon ride, costume contest, haunt-
Welfare League (SMAWL) host the event. Businesses around ed barn and more! It’s but donations are welcome
town will be participating by handing out candy and/or toys For a scarier way to spend Halloween, attend the: Ghosts of Sot-
for children. During the event, kids are also invited to have their terley, October 19, 20, 25-27. Terror on the Home Front! It won’t be
face painted courtesy of the professional artists. Bring costumed long before ghosts descend on Sotterley! Advance tickets required.
pets to participate in the SMAWL pet costume contest; SMAWL For more information go to https://www.sotterley.org/
volunteers will take your pet’s picture and post it to Facebook For more ideas of what to do this fall go to the Visit St. Mary’s
for voting. website at https://www.visitstmarysmd.com/ or the Visit Calvert
• Town of Chesapeake Beach and Calvert County Parks ad Recre- website at http://www.choosecalvert.com/
ation Northern District are sponsoring the Halloween Family Fun dickmyers@countytimes.net
Night on Sunday, Oct 21, 4-7 p.m. at the Northeast Community

22880 Budds Creek Road – Clements – Maryland – 20624


At the intersection of Rt. 234 and Pincushion Road in Clements
Date Event Details
The entire weekend to celebrate all Scouts (girls & boys).
September
Come with your troop or in your uniform and receive $1.00 off
29th & 30th Scouts Weekend general admission. Call to book your troops reservations (for
(Sat & Sun)
groups of 15 or more).
5-Weekends
2018 Season Dates
Open - Saturday, September 29th October 6th Classic Car Show Southern Knights Rod & Custom Car Group will have a display
Close – Sunday, October 28th (Sat) 11:00 to 3:00 of classic cars.

Schedule/Times October 6th & 7th


Show your Washington Capitals team sprit by “Rocking The
Tues-Fri: By Appointment Only (Sat & Sun) “Rock The Red” Day Red” on this weekend and we will give you $1.00 off general
admission.
(for Schools, Daycares and Large Groups - D9:30 to 1:30 only)
Sat & Sun: 10:00am to 6:00pm Bring your kids out for FREE Fire Truck Rides (12:00pm to
October 7th Fire & Rescue
3:00pm). Fire & Rescue Members will receive $2.00 off
(Sun) Appreciation Day general admission (ID Required).
Admission Rate
Admission: $10.00
3 and Under FREE
October 13th Antique Tractor Pull Weight Class 2,500-10,500 pounds
(Sat) (one day pull)
Group Rates Available for 15 or More

2018 Theme Cornfield Cadillac’s


October 14th Walk though the rows of tricked out Big Rigs.
“Rocking The Red” (Sun) Truck Show (Rain Date: October 28th)
10:00 to 4:00
Avenue Disc Dogs are located right here in Avenue, MD and is
October 20th Avenue Disc Dogs operated by Adam and Jeri Cropper. Adam competes with
(Sat) 12:00/1:00/2:00 three of his dogs, and they will be doing their freestyle routine
for us. Don’t miss it.

October
Pull Weights -Sat - Weight Class 6,000 to 10,500 pounds
20th & 21st Antique Tractor Pull Pull Weights - Sun - Weight Class 2,500 to 5,500 pounds
(Sat & Sun)

Additional Fee
Celebrate Halloween, Kids show up in your Halloween Costume and get $1.00 off
October 28th
Chesapeake Country general admission. Watch some fantastic Country Line
(Sun)
- Food & Refreshments On-Site - Air-Conditioned/Heated Restrooms Last Day Cruizers and Dancers under the pavilion at 1:00pm. Sit back and enjoy the
sounds of Bluegrass Music on the farm 3:00pm to 6:00pm.
- Large Covered Picnic Area - Special Weekend Events: Bluegrass Music
- Cupcake Shop <Car Show, Fire Truck Rides,
Tractor Pulls, Truck Show, Bluegrass>

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16 The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Straight Talk on Straight Teeth


BY: JEFF TOMCSIK to cut effectively or efficiently. If the news is that orthodontics may be a of the time to other safe orthodontic
Orthodontic braces and clear align- bend in the one blade is toward the solution to these problems, and a options.
ers such as Invisalign® are not just other, it would cause the blades to straighter, more beautiful smile is a Finally, with Invisalign® technolo-
for straightening teeth and mak- scrape each other, making cutting bonus to the treatment, not the rea- gy, your dentist can take a scan of
ing your smile look better. In fact, difficult. More importantly to note, son for the treatment. your mouth and show you virtually
a highly trained and skilled dentist the blades scraping each other slow- If you’re like most adults, the what your results will look like, from
will use orthodontic treatment to ly destroy the cutting surface of both thought of braces is unnerving. the improved esthetics of your smile
improve the function of the teeth blades. Years in metal brackets and sharp profile to the benefits of improving
which will result in a healthier, lon- These same principles can be ap- wires is no-one’s idea of a good time. any occlusion issues that may be
ger-lasting smile. While good look- plied to your teeth. In any area of If these thoughts are keeping you causing damage to your teeth.
ing teeth are attractive, the purpose the mouth where your opposing away from approaching your dentist The next time you go to your den-
of your teeth is to chew food. When teeth do not meet when you per- about a straighter, more beautiful, tist, ask them if they are Invisalign®
teeth are misaligned, they can slow- form a chewing motion (meaning better functioning, healthier smile, certified. Ask them if they can pro-
ly damage opposing teeth during the there is a space between the top consider a clear aligner option such vide a virtual, digital smile make-
chewing process. When they are in and opposing-bottom tooth in any as Invisalign®. Invisalign® is a over with the use of an iTero® scan-
proper alignment, teeth break down area of your mouth when your jaw clear, removeable retainer that may ner so that you can see your likely
the food they are chewing without is closed), like the scissor in the first achieve the same results as tradition- outcome. Also ask them if you have
damaging each other. scenario, it is rendered ineffective in al braces in less time. any occlusion issues during chewing
To help illustrate the point, think the chewing process. On the other The fact that aligners are remove- and if orthodontics is right for you.
of a well working pair of scissors. hand, if there are any teeth that are able means you can take them out
colliding with their opposing teeth, One of the biggest barriers to get-
When in good alignment the two whenever you eat. This makes eat- ting orthodontic treatment dentists
blades come together and meet at a they are likely causing trauma to ing more comfortable and cleaner
each other and slowly wearing down hear the most is that it costs too
very precise point that makes them as you will not have to worry about much. Before you allow money to
excellent at cutting paper. On the the enamel surface and eventually food particles being stuck in your
the tooth structure. This will like- get between you and a healthy, beau-
other hand, imagine one of the braces. They also allow you to eas- tiful smile, think about the amount
scissor blades had a slight bend or ly lead to greater risk of decay and ily clean your teeth, where braces
eventually risk the tooth’s overall vi- of money you spent on your last car.
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BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETH


is sort of an extension of yo
farm life.”
As a new board member, s
right off the bat – the Baby
wards of 200 entries and or
board member Elaine Bradle
special day for the youth.” T
a day off from school later in
in-service day for teachers. T
off day to the Friday of the f
portunity to come to the fai
The idea caught on and ha
ever since. Greene and many
were distressed when it was
the day off from school for t
accommodate Gov. Hogan’s
after Labor Day. But the boa
day.
One recent change has be
be in school on School Day,
That prevents the teachers w
A scene from last year’s fair. School Day from participatin
By Dick Myers in Home Economics,” Greene said. She was following “We do feel that it is a fun
Editor in her mother’s footsteps. She had also been a 4-H’er ucational day,” she said. Fre
and became a home economist with the University of in but that’s not the reason
Most people who walk through the gates of the are also community exhibits
132nd Calvert County Fair will not realize the mas- Maryland Extension Service.
to learn about the communi
sive volunteer effort it takes to put it on. That effort When her mother moved to Calvert County she mar-
not only encompasses the week of the fair but goes ried a tobacco farmer and became a farm wife. Dotty Sone of the best of the co
on year-round. The core of that effort includes the was the second oldest of their five children. Her moth- every year for the Miss Tranq
19-member Fair Board of Directors and their 19 associ- er had taught in a one-room school before going with Scholarship Contest on the S
ate directors. It is decidedly a labor of love. the Extension Service. When she moved to Calvert she cial opening Wednesday eve
renewed her teaching certificate and began to teach the questions asked all of th
Dotty Greene has been on the board for 30 years would say about the county
and is now in charge of one of the fair’s busiest days, Home Economics
who had come into the coun
Friday’s Youth Day. Green was raised on a farm in When she graduated from University of Maryland ricane.
a family for whom the fair was an important annual with her Home Economics degree, Dotty returned to
event. She was a 4-H’er. “The fair and the farm life was Calvert County and began to teach at her old alma Crowned Miss Tranquility w
our way of life,” she explained. mater. “I taught in one room and my mother taught Huntingtown High School an
in the room next to me,” she explained, in the school Thomas Ridenaur of Northe
When she graduated from Calvert County Junior-Se- testants emphasized the imp
nior High School, “I knew when I went to college that that would later become Calvert Middle School. “I even
taught my younger sister,” she added. in the community, that it wa
I was going to the University of Maryland and major together. Ridenaur, who is th
She and her husband moved closer to school board, said he woul
town for a while but moved back and
Dotty quit teaching to become a full-time
mother, but she later went back to grad-
uate school at the University of Maryland.
She would later return to teaching Home
Economics at the new Northern High
School. She said there were a lot of im-
perfections in the school including a poor
heating system. But there was a stove in
her classroom, so it became one of the
more popular classes.
Greene taught at Northern until she
retired in 1997. Before she retired she was
asked to serve on the fair board because
of her experience. It harkened back to her
youthful experience with the fair. As a
child she would go through the fair book
“and try to have as many entries as I could
because that was the way we earned mon-
ey to buy Christmas presents.” She raised
chickens, was in the fashion show, did
canning and preserving, all the things that
represented life on a farm in Calvert Coun-
ty in those days.
“It was a very, very active life,’ Greene
said about growing up on a farm and being
involved in 4-H. She added, “The fair board Long-time Fair Board member Dott
Greene
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Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times 21

HER FOR 132 YEARS


uth who are interested in them, “Don’t worry, we will take care of you.”
During the intermission for the judges to confer,
she was given two jobs Greene was asked that same question. She said for a
Contest, which had up- while she lived in Germany with her family. She said
rdering trophies. She and when she came back through the airport and hit the
ey felt, “We needed a county line, “I was home. I always had the feeling it
Thirty years ago, there was was my home. I was brought up that way. I was a 4-H
n the school year and an person. I know people throughout the county.
Their idea was moving that “There’s the life of the county – the land, the beauty,
fair to give children an op- the people” she said. If she comes to the fair on open-
ir. ing Wednesday night, she said she will see people in
as been a fixture of the fair clusters standing around and talking “It’s like a com-
y other board members mon ground for the whole county!”
s suggested last year that She added, “I think people here care about other
the fair be eliminated to people and they want to be with them.”
s directive to start school
ard lobbied and carried the According to the Calvert County Fair website: “The
first Calvert County fair was held in 1886 on the farm
of Dr. Talbott in Smithville (now Dunkirk). This farm
een to require teachers to is still owned by his heirs, the Eisemans. This event Newly crowned Miss Tranquility Maddison Attick of Huntingtown H.S.
which Greene bemoans. was primarily a display of cattle and tobacco and a and Lord Calvert Thomas Ridenaur of Northern H.S.
who could add a lot to get-together for the men. Originally, horse racing was
ng, Greene said. a popular part of the event. These were basically social The fair’s modern era begins with the establishment
n day but it is also an ed- events and while there is little known about the early of the Calvert County Fair Board in 1940. Morsell
e carnival rides lure them efforts for a Fair, it is believed that these gatherings and several Farm Bureau members were convinced a
for the day, she said. There did continue as smaller events during the early years permanent home was needed. A bank loan was se-
s to give students a chance of the century. Under the direction and promotion of cured and a nine-acre site was purchased from Duke
ity in which they live. Mr. John Drury, who started what is now known as Brightwell which was located on what later came to be
the Extension Service in Calvert County, the Fair grew known as Armory Road. Two more parcels were added
ounty’s youth take the stage later as the fair grew, bringing the total acreage to 12.
quility and Lord Calvert more popular. Then, during the First World War, the
Sunday before the offi- area came upon leaner times and farming became cru- The fair moved to its second, larger permanent home
ening. This year one of cial to the war efforts, so little was done in those years o Route 231 in Barstow in 1986, according to current
he finalists was what they to promote Fairs.” Fair Board Chairman Carol Lee, the board’s eighth
y and the fair to someone The fair was revived by a new county agriculture ex- president and first woman to hold that position.
nty fleeing the recent hur- tension agent, John Morsell. “During the twenties and Gates open at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26 and then
early thirties, he encouraged farmers to participate at 9 a.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m.
was Madison Attick of and the Fair eventually evolved into the major event Sunday. Admission is $5 (12 and Up). Parking is free.
nd crowned King Calvert that we enjoy today. The Calvert County Farm Bureau No pets allowed.
ern High School. The con- was organized during this time and the members also
Greene concluded “We are very partial to our fair.
portant role the fair played saw the benefits of holding a Fair annually,” accord-
It’s not a big fair . We try to get entertainment that will
as a way or bringing people ing to the fair history. During this time, the fair moved
please the people. We just enjoy working with them.”
he student member of the around to various locations, including at the Prince
Frederick Town Hall. dickmyers@countytimes.net
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Harvest Taste of
Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times

Come meet the


25

Solomons Coming Redskins


Restaurants Offer Tastes of
Fine Food and Beverages at the
New tastes abound in the Captain Smith’s Seafood Calvert
County Fair!
historic Solomons Town Cen- (Oyster Stew/Fried Oysters,
ter as restaurants showcase Snakehead Fish Bites, Fried/
selected food and beverag- Steamed Shrimp, Hush Pup-
es during the one-day food pies)
festival, The Harvest Taste of
Solomons 2018 from 11am to Angler’s (Blackened Shrimp This Year at the
4pm, Saturday, October 13th.
The event is one of the year-
Taco, Shrimp Nachos, Crabby
Melt, Captain Crush)
Calvert County Fair:
ly signature events designed September 29th
and sponsored by the Solo- The Dry Dock Restaurant
mons Business Association, and Bar (Black Bean Tender- Super Bowl Champions
with proceeds to benefit the loin Chili, Octoberfest Plate, Mike Nelms, The
Dry Dock Hot Chocolate, Old
association’s annual July 4th
Bay Rimmed Oyster Shooter) Dancing Bear Ron
fireworks display. McDole, &
The Harvest Taste of Solo- Kingfisher’s (Old Bay Wings, Pat Fischer
mons provides the community Crab Mac N Cheese, Truffle 3-5pm
a way to sample and enjoy a Tots, Orange Crush)
waterfront town during the fall
season, according to Harvest The Grill Sergeant (will be Monte Coleman
Taste of Solomons Co Chair located across from Kingfish- & Mark Moseley
Christopher Donaldson. er’s in a food trailer) (Ribs, 5-7pm
Pulled Pork Sliders, Pit Beef
Tickets are $5 each and may Sliders, Funnel Cake Fries)
be purchased at any of the
participating businesses. Each Island Hideaway (Key Lime
ticket can be exchanged for
a sample of selected food or
Pie, Pumpkin Ravioli, Crab Dip
with pretzel balls, Mini Hide-
www.calvertcountyfair.com
beverages. away Tacos, Solomons Surfer) 410-535-0026
Past Participating businesses
have been: The Island Hide- Solomons Island Winery (5
away, The Ruddy Duck, Boo- oz. glass of Solomons Island
merangs Original Ribs, Cap- Winery Wine)
tain Smith’s Seafood Market,
The Pier (Pork BBQ, Salted
Angler’s Seafood Bar and Grill,
Caramel Appletini, Chili, Des-
The Dry Dock at Zahniser’s,
sert)
Island Sushi, The CD Café,
Kingfishers Seafood Bar and Lotus Kitchen (Key Lime Pie,
Grill, carmen’s Gallery, The Lotus Blossom Rum Punch,
Lighthouse Restaurant and Coq au Vin, Pierogi Casserole
Dock Bar, The Lotus Kitch- with topping bar)
en and Kim’s Key Lime Pies,
The Charles Street Brasserie, No Thyme to Cook (Corn
Solomons Island Winery, The Chowder, Roasted Oysters on
Pier, and the Calvert Marine a Half Shell, Salted Caramel
Museum. Apple Bar)
Tickets will also be available
Island Sushi (Mini Tuna Salad
at the Berkshire Hathaway
Poke with Rice)
HomeServices McNelis Group
Properties office starting Charles Street Brasse-
Wednesday, October 10th and rie (Crab and Scallion Cigars,
during the event on October Lamp Chop with Cherry Demi
13th. Glace, Filet Mignon Bruschet-
Below are the menus and ta, “The Smashing Pumpkin”-
participants for the HTOS Bourbon Pumpkin Cocktail)
2018: For more information on the
Hilton Garden Inn (Ribs, Harvest Taste of Solomons, call
Crab Soup, Pumpkin Spice 443.722.5966 or 240.577.1002.
Martini) For a map of participating
restaurants and their offerings,
Ruddy Duck (Sauerbraten or for information on activities,
Sliders, Potato & Caramelized shopping, dining, and lodging
Onion Cakes, Pretzels and in Solomons, visit www.solo-
Beer Cheese, Ruddy Duck Pint monsmaryland.com
of Beer)
Press Release from Solo-
Boomerangs Original Ribs mons Business Association
and Seafood (Hand Pulled
Pork BBQ Slider, Cream of
Crab Soup, Apple Cranberry
Sangria)
Local Farms Provide
26 The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Fun Times This Fall


BOWLES FARMS with Capitals regalia gets $1 off • Kids Slides Daycare’s Groups ONLY. By
general admission. • Kids Straw Maze Appointment Only (9:30 AM to
The corn maze has two routes 1:30 PM). To book your group
• Take Your Picture By Our Big call 301-475-2139 or email:
for visitors: one is shorter than Sponge Bob
the other one. There is also a bowlesfarms@rcn.com Please
kiddy trail designed for kids. • Pick Your Perfect Pumpkin allow 24hrs for us to return your
*Additional Charge call/email.
All visitors will be handed a
map and a flag at the gate. If • Face Painting *Additional Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 AM
someone gets lost, that person Charge to 6:00 PM. The last ticket is
could hold the flag up, and a sold at 5:00 PM.
• Visit The Farmer’s Daughter
staff member at the lookout Cupcake Shop The farm’s address is 22880
tower would communicate the Budd’s Creek Road (Route 234),
exact location to a corn cop Admission Rates Clements.
through radio. The corn cop can Farm Admission (Children 3 For more information, call
help the visitor find the way out & Under - Free) - $10.00 per 301-475-2139 or email bowles-
or just provide enough direc- person farms@rcn.com.
tion so that he or she can keep
going. Groups of 15 or more can get a
Bowles Farms’ annual corn discount rate of $8.00 per per- FORREST HALL FARM
maze will be open Sept. 29 and Activities at the Bowles Farm son. One member of the group
remain open each weekend until maze include: must collect money in advance
CORN MAZE
Oct. 28. • Kids Play Area and present it to the cashier. The 2018 Forrest Hall farm
corn maze is ready for anoth-
The corn maze them this • Ride the Corn Maze Express Please Note: Pumpkins are not
er wonderful season. This year
year honors the victory of provided with admission.
• Kids Barrel Ride we celebrate agriculture and
the Washington Capitals with (ATM On-Site, Cash or Checks
• Kids Corn Boxes aquaculture. The maze will be
their first-ever Stanley Cup ice Only) open weekends 9-5 and Monday
hockey championship. Anyone • Barn Yard through Friday by appointment
showing up for the Rock the Operating Schedule through the end of October.
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hands-on (if desired), up close
The Calvert County Times 27
U. S. Oyster Festival
Thursday, September 27, 2018
and personal meeting with the
alpacas.

in St. Mary’s County, MD


Please call or email to sched-
ule a tour, by appointment only.
The farm is located on 22467
Colton Point Road Bushwood
MD 20618. Phone: 301-769-
2210. Email: info@mooreorless-
farm.com.
October 20th & 21st
Check out our website for our
schedule of events to include
our sampling Sundays, music, SPIDER HALL FARM National Oyster Shucking Competition
wine and face painting.
Plenty of apples in stock National Oyster Cook-Off
including honey crisp. The store
is open 7 days a week 9-5.
Forrest Hall Farm is located
Food | Arts & Crafts | Music
at 39136 Avie Lane, Mechanics-
ville, MD 20659 . (301) 884-
3086
Children’s Entertainment
MOORE OR LESS
Spider Hall Farm is a 362-acre
$10 Admission
FARM working tobacco, corn, and
grain farm located in Prince Children 12 & Under are FREE
Frederick,. Spider Hall Farm
Stand is open April through
October selling local meats,
usoysterfest.org|301-863-5015
organic milk, cheese, ice cream,
eggs, gifts and many more sea-
usoysterfestival@gmail.com
sonal foods. Spider Farm offer
agritourism every Fall with a

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corn maze, hayrides and pump-
The Moore or Less Farm is a kin patch.
65-acre farm run by Jim (Moe) Fall attractions are open Sat-
and Elissa Moore and is lo- urdays and Sundays in October
cated in Bushwood, Maryland only. 10 AM-6 PM (last ticket
on the road to the Historic St. sold at 5 PM). $11 (ages 4-13).
Clement’s Island State Park $5 (ages 14+). Kids 3 and under
and Museum. There is a road- are free.
side market, Po Moe’s Coun-
try Emporium, that is open General Admission Includes:
to the public in front of our corn maze, hayride, petting
farm alongside the barn that is zoo, educational exhibits, giant
approximately 75 years old, a farm slide, sorghum maze and
former tobacco barn, that faces more!
MD Rt. 242. Available for pur- Pumpkins sold separately
chase are fruits and vegetables, by the pound in the pumpkin
a variety of seasonal flowers patch or at the Farm Stand.
and local products along with Must take hayride to the patch.
odds and ends to include
alpaca products made from Visa, Mastercard and Discover
alpacas raised on the farm. accepted.
They offer a guided educa- Spider Hall Farm is located
tional tour that provides an at 3915 Hallowing Point Rd.,
introduction to exotic farm life Prince Frederick, MD. Phone:
raising alpacas, followed by 410-610-0094.

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Leonardtown
The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Hosts Trick
or Treat on
the Square

October 19-21
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

19th Annual Petruccelli 5K – Liberal Arts in Action


Eat Local Challenge – Varsity Games – Kids’ Corner
Arboretum Guided Tree Walk – St. Mary’s River Cruises
Great Bamboo Boat Race – Crab Feast

Don’t miss your chance to experience Hawktoberfest, one of


the year’s most anticipated events at St. Mary’s College.
It’s that time of the year again! Break out your favorite
costumes and don’t miss Trick or Treat on the Square in
Come out and join us as we welcome more than 1,000 Leonardtown on Saturday, October 20th, from 3:00 – 5:00
p.m.!
visitors to our beautiful waterfront campus for a weekend
The Town of Leonardtown, Leonardtown Business Asso-
full of festive fall activities. ciation, Wine & Design Art Buzz Kids and St. Mary’s Animal
Welfare League (SMAWL) will be hosting Trick-or-Treat on
the Square on October 20th from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Local
businesses around Town will be participating by handing
out candy and/or toys for children, so bring your own Trick-
or-Treat bag, or stop by The Good Earth Natural Foods
Store for a free eco-friendly bag (while supplies last).
Participating businesses will have a “Trick or Treat Here”
poster in their front window or attached to their table in
the Square. Please make sure children are accompanied by
an adult as the roads will not be closed for this event. It’s
the perfect time to walk around to local businesses and see
what they have coming up for the Fall season.
During the event, kids are also invited to have their face
painted courtesy of the professional artists of St. Mary’s
County Wine & Design Art Buzz Kids! Bring costumed pets
to participate in the SMAWL pet costume contest; SMAWL
volunteers will take your pet’s picture and post it to Face-
Register by Sunday, October 7 at book for voting.
www.smcm.edu/events/hawktoberfest So, get ready for an afternoon full of tricks and treats! We
can’t wait to see everyone on the Square on October 20th
from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. For more information, please con-
tact the Town Hall Office at (301) 475-9791 or visit the Town
Website at http://www.leonardtown.somd.com/.
Press Release from Leonardtown
Celebrate Halloween in the Garden
Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times 29

It’s a Daytime Trick-or-Treating Festival

Looking for something SPOOKtackular to do for Halloween? Dress the whole family and enjoy a day of trick-or-treating, art ac-
Annmarie Garden on Dowell Road in Solombns will host the 19th tivities, lunch and more. Don’t forget to bring your camera--- there
Annual Halloween in the Garden on Saturday, October 27, 2018, are always unique photo opportunities with the boo-tiful decora-
from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. More than 70 community organizations tions!
and businesses will decorate booths, don costumes, and hand out Halloween in the Park is a smoke-free event. No smoking at any-
candy and treats to all the children. Some free activities will be pro- time, anywhere in the garden for the duration of the event - thank
vided and devilishly delicious food vendors will be present. you!
Admission of $2 per person will benefit local charities including For more information on Annemarie Garden, go to their website:
the Holiday Food Basket Program and the Annmarie Scholarship https://www.annmariegarden.org/
Fund. Parking is free and will be located in the field adjacent to the
garden—follow signs. You can purchase a $5/person Fast Pass in
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Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times Sports 31

Seahawk Men’s Soccer


Rebounds with Dominant Win
Chesapeake Hills
Reopens Front Nine
The Calvert County Department of Parks & Recre-
ation hasreopen Chesapeake Hills Golf Course’s front
nine holes for play. Staff closed off the holes in July
to plant and nurture new Bermuda grass. Until further
notice, carts are limited to the cart path on holes six
through nine.
“The sprigging project has been completed and the
Khalid Balogun ‘20 - Photo Credit: Bill Wood grass is growing in nicely,” said Chesapeake Hills
Golf Course Manager Michael Maher. “Although it
Junior forward Khalid Balogun ond period, sophomore forward Ro- hasn’t reached its full potential yet, we are able to open the front nine for play. We
(Bowie, Md./Bowie) tallied a goal and shawn Panton (Bowie, Md./Eleanor think our customers will be very impressed with the improvements.”
two assists as the St. Mary’s College of Roosevelt) netted his first goal as a Located in scenic Lusby and just minutes from historic Solomons Island, the Ches-
Maryland men’s soccer team returned to Seahawk. Panton tapped in a cross apeake Hills Golf Course offers an enjoyable and challenging experience for all golf-
the win column Saturday afternoon. St. from Balogun at the far post. ers. Visit online to learn more about Chesapeake Hills Golf Course, Calvert County’s
Mary’s (5-1-2), who landed sixth in this • Senior defender Pascal Iraola (Kens- premier public golf course, at www.ChesapeakeHills.com.
week’s South Atlantic region rankings, ington, Md./Bethesda Chevy Chase) For updates on Parks & Recreation services, park availability, field closures and
rolled to a 6-0 shutout of DeSales Uni- picked up his first career goal at more visit Parks & Recreation at www.Facebook.com/CalvertCountyParks.
versity (4-3-1). 74:26 as Iraola converted a penalty
St. Mary’s 6, DeSales 0 kick for the 5-0 lead. Press Release from Calvert County Government
How It Happened • Sophomore forward Isaac Ekobo
• The Seahawks used three goals in (Hyattsville, Md./Thomas Stone)
each half and goalkeepers Patrick notched his second of 2018 in the
Paolini (Gaithersburg, Md./Quince 87th minute after chest-trapping the
Orchard) and Kyle Berkowitz (Riva, ball and bicycle-kicking it into the
Md./South River) combined for the top right corner.
team’s fourth shutout of the season. For the Seahawks
• St. Mary’s dominated the game with • Scorers: Balogun (1 goal, 2 assists);
a 25-7 shot advantage and a 6-3 edge McRobie (1 goal); Moore (1 goal);
in corner kicks. Panton (1 goal); Iraola (1 goal); Eko-
• Junior forward Josh McRobie (Crof- bo (1 goal); Hindle (1 assist)
ton, Md./Arundel) started the scor- • Goalkeepers: Paolini (2 saves, 0
ing for St. Mary’s with his fifth of goals allowed, 81:29); Berkowitz (1 Prompt, Personalized, Professional
the season in the 22nd minute, split- save, 0 goals allowed, 8:31)
ting two defenders after receiving For DeSales $10 WALK IN NAIL TRIMS
a long pass from junior midfielder • Scorers: None
Anoi Hindle (Huntingtown, Md./ • Goalkeepers: TJ Corcoran (2 saves,
Huntingtown). 4 goals allowed, 53:18); Jake McK-
• The Seahawks went up 2-0 in the inney (5 saves, 2 goals allowed, 301-769-2363
33rd minute when Balogun made 36:42) 25741 Three Notch Rd. • Hollywood MD
good on a free kick from 20 yards Notes
out for his team-leading seventh • Today’s victory breaks a 1-1 draw in
goal of the season. the series history. DeSales (formerly

Pet
• St. Mary’s headed into halftime known as Allentown) won the first
with a 3-0 advantage after junior meeting 2-0 in 1984 before the Se-
midfielder Brad Moore (Crofton, ahawks answered back with a 1-0
Md./South River) found the back of triumph in 1994.
the net with four minutes left in the
half off an assist from Balogun. By Nairem Moran OF THE WEEK
• Less than five minutes into the sec- nmoran@smcm.edu for SMCM
MEET SEALY
SMAC Scoreboard Hi there! My name is Sealey
and as you can see I’m a SUPER
FRIENDLY, GORGEOUS kitty with BIG
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and FULL OF PERSONALITY. I really enjoy
swatting my toy mice around the room, hanging out with other
Chopticon vs. cats in the colony room and curling up on a comfy cat bed at
North Point 9/21/18 L 19-42 the end of the day. I AM TRULY AWESOME. Who wouldn’t
love to spend time with me? Please give me a chance to be a
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Northern 9/21/18 L 22-21 PLEASE CHOOSE ME!
And remember, if there is room in the heart, there is room in
Huntingtown the house!
vs. Leonardtown 9/21/18 W 44-0 Come meet me and the wonderful gang at Tri-County Animal
Shelter (6707 Animal Shelter Road, Hughesville) or call 301-932-
1713 for more information. To see more of my amazing friends
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32 The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

L e o n a r d t o w n
I n Downtown 5 P M - 8 PM
O CTO BER 5 •

Check out the First Friday Specials


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WINES 22660 Washington St.
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FROM LOCAL Join us for our monthly Art Share Artist Nicole Stewart’s one-woman
VINES Series from 6-7 PM featuring
local musicians Jay Armsworthy
show, Portrait of St. Mary’s, opens
at North End Gallery starting
and Woody Norris! “Cousins In October 2nd. It celebrates the
Harmony” will present the style of people and places of St. Mary’s
music that was known by the many County. Stewart known for her
‘brother’ duets from the early days exacting oil paintings, explores water and farm life, as well
of Bluegrass & Old Time music during the 40’s, 50’s, and as St. Mary’s County history. She showcases places you
Live music every weekend! 60’s.  know, like Bert’s 50’s Diner, and Point Lookout; and places
301-690-2192 • www.polwinery.com you may not, like historic Trent Hall.
Although not brothers, Jay and his cousin Woody have a
Open 7 days a week Noon - 6 pm • 23790 Newtowne Neck Road
vocal match that make the family roots ring true. They will A reception, October 5th from 5 to 8, will include a Port of
be playing some of those tunes and demonstrating the Leonardtown wine tasting, as a fund raiser for the Tudor
way harmony singing goes hand in hand as well as hosting Hall building fund.
an open discussion about the heritage of family singing in The show runs through October 28th. North End Gallery is
Southern Maryland. (Please note that this is a different time located at 41652 Fenwick Street in Leonardtown, Maryland.
than the usual 5:30 PM start for our Art Share sessions.) Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 to 5, and
Sundays from 12 noon to 4 pm.
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from 5-7PM at Fenwick Street Used
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34 Obituaries The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

In Remembrance
The Calvert County Times runs complimentary obituaries as submitted by funeral homes
and readers. We run them in the order we receive them. Any submissions that come to
guyleonard@countytimes.net after noon on Mondays may run in the following week’s edition.

George Broughton Spence, Jr earn a Master’s degree from NC State. In 1969, George
bought a small farm in Lower Marlboro, where he and
new A&P at Route 301 and 4, retiring in 1983. Shirley
enjoyed crabs and beer, country music, NASCAR, the
his wife would live for the rest of their lives. They Baltimore Orioles and the Miami Dolphins. The fam-
raised one son, George Broughton Spence III. Eventu- ily would like to express their thanks and gratitude to
ally buying a second farm, George continued to work Georgetown Medical Center, Calvert Health Medical
as the County Agent while also farming about 20 acres Center, Lori Hudson and the staff at Calvert County
of tobacco. Retiring after 30 years with the Cooperative Nursing Center and Tina McMahon at Calvert County
Extension Service, George continued to farm, concen- Social Services Department of Human Resources.
trating on food crops he sold at the Takoma Park Farm- Shirley is survived by her sons Guy St. John and wife
ers Market and beside the road closer to home. Nowa- Cheryl of Port Republic, Thomas “Tony” St. John and
days, people know him as the man who sold asparagus wife Debbie of Huntingtown and Al St. John and wife
and blackberries on Route 4 just north of the Calvert Sam of Kentucky, 10 grandchildren and 9 great-grand-
County line. He and his wife traveled extensively, vis- children. She was preceded in death by her son Billy St.
iting about 40 different countries and every state but John. <Read less
Alaska.  Memorial contributions may be made to Cal-
He was preceded in death just four months ago by vert Hospicem P.O. Box 838, 238 Merrimac Court
his wife, Carol. He is survived by his son, Broughton, Prince Frederick MD 20678; Phone: 410-535-0892;
his daughter-in-law, Laurie, and his grandchildren website:http://calverthospice.org
George IV, Abigail and Eleanor. He is also survived by
his brother Philip, and his sisters Ruth Cain, Betty Ste-
phens, and Judy Strickland. 
Richard Joseph “Dick” Clemens
George Broughton Spence, Jr., 81, passed away on Memorial Mass will be Tuesday, October 9, 2018,
September 15th, 2018. The cause of death was leuke- 11 a.m. at Covenant Community of Jesus the Good
mia, which had only been diagnosed three weeks be- Shepherd, 1601 West Mt. Harmony Road, Ow-
fore. George, known as GB to his siblings, was born in ings MD 20736. Interment will be at the church
1937 on a farm in Lillington, North Carolina. He was cemetery.
the sixth of nine children born to Broughton Spence Memorial contributions may be made to Cal-
and Lillie Patterson Spence. GB’s father died when GB vert Hospice, P.O. Box 838, 238 Merrimac Court
was only nine years old. With his older brother James Prince Frederick MD 20678; Phone: 410-535-0892;
away in the Navy and in college at the University of website: http://calverthospice.org
North Carolina, this left GB as the man of the fam- Funeral arrangements were by Rausch Funeral
ily, responsible for plowing with a mule and raising Home.
tobacco and other crops. GB attended North Carolina
State University from 1955 to 1959, graduating with a
bachelor’s degree in agriculture and a commission as a Shirley Mae Brooks
second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.
Upon graduation, he went on active duty with the Ma-
rines. While attending The Basic School at Quantico,
Virginia, 2nd Lt. Spence met and married Carol Todd Richard Joseph “Dick” Clemens, 85, of Friendship
Spence of Hampton, Virginia, who was attending passed away September 18, 2018 at Calvert Health Med-
Mary Washington College. The young couple moved ical Center. He was born November 8, 1932 in Wash-
to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina where Lt. Spence ington, D.C., to Ernest August and Florence (Tracey)
served as an artillery officer in the 10th Marines, 2nd Clemens. Dick was raised in D.C. and attended St. Ga-
Marine Division.  briel Catholic School. He joined the United States Navy
GB’s first calling was agriculture, and GB and Carol September 19, 1950 and was honorably discharged Au-
moved to Lusby, Maryland in 1963 when GB was of- gust 26, 1953. Dick married Patricia Lahouchuc May
fered a position as a Calvert County Extension Agent, 26, 1956 and they lived in Lanham and Mitchellville
a joint program with the University of Maryland and before settling in Friendship in 1988. He was employed
the United States Department of Agriculture. For thirty with Pepco as a foreman, retiring in 1988. Dick was a
years, GB, now called George, served in this capacity member of the American Legion Post 206 in Chesa-
working to share the latest scientific methods of agri- peake Beach, the VFW and the Elks Lodge in Deale.
culture with Calvert County farmers, pausing only to He enjoyed crabbing, antique cars, and watching Notre
Dame and Navy college football.
Shirley Mae Brooks, Dick is survived by his wife Patricia Clemens of
84, of Prince Frederick Friendship, children Ernest Clemens of Tracy’s Land-
passed away September ing, Deborah Clemens of Brandywine and Jerome Cle-
Now Offering... 24, 2018 at Calvert Coun- mens and wife Kristina of Summerville, SC, grand-
ty Nursing Center. She children James Hardesty II, Michelle Hardesty, Jerome
RAUSCH CREMATORY P.A. was born December 1,
1933 in West Palm Beach,
Clemens, Jr., and Travis Clemens, and great-grandson
Samuel Clemens. He was preceded in death by his
Calvert County’s FL to William and Helen brother Thomas Clemens and sisters Rita Holland and
(Covar) Crosby. Shirley Hellen McCarron. 
ONLY On-site Crematory was raised in Florida Funeral arrangements were made by Rausch Funeral
and lived in Chesapeake Home.
celebrated. Beach for over 20 years.
Mary Catherine Mister
Where Heritage and Life are
She later moved back to
Serving Calvert, Anne Arundel, St. Mary’s, and Prince George’s Counties Florida for 10 years be-
fore returning to Calvert Mary was born on July 25, 1950 to George and Helen
Lusby Owings Port Republic County in 2007. She was Swann. She was one of 7 children. She grew up in Bene-
20 American Ln. 8325 Mount Harmony Ln. 4405 Broomes Island Rd. employed with Local dict, MD where she attended church and worked until
400 Cashier’s Union and she was united in holy matrimony to Charles Mister.
410-326-9400 410-257-6181 410-586-0520
worked at the old A&P in They lived in Calvert County for a short period of time
Upper Marlboro and the before settling in Prince George’s County. They had 3
www.RauschFuneralHomes.com children (Holly, Chuck & Wendy) She was an amazing
Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Calvert County Times Obituaries 35

president of the Charter Boat Captains Association. In


his leisure time he enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping,
cookouts, and spending time with family, especially at-
tending his grandchildren’s sporting events.
Louie is survived by his wife Darla C. Deane of
North Beach, daughters Candice N. Gott and husband
Charles, Christa L. Webb and husband Joshua and
Casey L. Deane and husband Robert, all of Owings,
step-daughters Dana and Sara Nelson of North Beach,
grandchildren Charles IV, Joseph, Marlee, Chloe, Au-
brey, Hunter, Alexa, Madison and Hunter, and siblings
Pam Smith and husband Bob, Wilbur Deane, Genie
Carroll, Ellie Sampogna and Donna Thacker.
Louie Phillip Deane, 53, of North Beach passed away
September 18, 2018. He was born November 18, 1964
in Prince Frederick to Elmer Davis and Kitty Marie
(O’Dell) Deane. Louie was raised in Chesapeake Beach
and attended Beach Elementary and Northern High
School, graduating in 1982. He was employed with Gi-
ant Food as a warehouse worker and forklift operator.
wife, mother & friend. Her family always came first. Following his retirement from Giant, Louie followed
She began her career as a Cafeteria Supervisor in 1981 his lifelong passion and became a Charter Boat Cap- Dunkirk, MD; his former wife, Catherine Haymans, of
with Prince George’s County Public Schools. During tain, operating Ms. Candi and Pipedream I and II. He Great Falls, VA; and many cousins.
her tenure of over 30 years, she spent her time at two was married to Brenda Nicholson and later married He studied piano for several years. A talented youth
different schools. Crossland High School and Rosa- Darla Nelson on November 14, 2016. He lived in Calvert athlete, Greg excelled in baseball and basketball. He
ryville Elementary School. She was not the ordinary County and Virginia, and had resided in North Beach was a graduate of Bishop McNamara High School
worker. She treated all the students as if they were her for the past two years. Louie was a member and past (Class of 1980) and Mount St. Mary’s University (Class
own children. She made sure that she took care of those president of the Charter Boat Captains Association. In of 1984).
children that were less fortunate. After retirement, she his leisure time he enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, For over three decades, he was employed as a suc-
spent her time with her children and grandchildren. Her cookouts, and spending time with family, especially at- cessful corporate sales executive within the govern-
grandchildren gave her so much pride. Caitlin, Stamati, tending his grandchildren’s sporting events. ment and technology sectors.
JT, Nicholas & Nathan. She was truly an exceptional Louie is survived by his wife Darla C. Deane of In his spare time, Greg enjoyed reading, studying
woman. She is now at eternal peace and reunited with North Beach, daughters Candice N. Gott and husband history, playing his piano, and socializing, boating, and
the one true love of her life, her husband. Please do not Charles, Christa L. Webb and husband Joshua and crabbing with family and friends.
grieve, for this woman lived her life to the fullest with Casey L. Deane and husband Robert, all of Owings, He served as a member, former vice president, and
the kindest heart. step-daughters Dana and Sara Nelson of North Beach, Education Committee chairperson of the Great Falls
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude grandchildren Charles IV, Historical Society, designing and conducting the an-
Children’s Research Hospitalm P.O. Box 1000, Dept. Joseph, Marlee, Chloe, Aubrey, Hunter, Alexa, Mad- nual GFHS trivia contest held on July 4th.
142, Memphis TN 38148-0142; website: http://www. ison and Hunter, and siblings Pam Smith and husband Greg actively participated in church events and was a
stjude.org Bob, Wilbur Deane, Genie Carroll, Ellie Sampogna member of the Our Lady of Hope Council (No. 12971)
Funeral arrangements were by Rausch Funeral and Donna Thacker.  of the Knights of Columbus, holding the title of Third
Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Ches- Degree Knight in the Pope John Paul II Assembly. 
apeake Bay Foundation, 6 Herndon Avenue  A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Our Lady
Louie Phillip Deane Annapolis MD 21403; website: http://www.cbf.org of Hope Catholic Church in Potomac Falls, VA at 11:30
Funeral arrangements were made to Rausch Funeral a.m. on Saturday, November 3, with Rev. Nicholas
Home. Schierer officiating. There will be a short visitation,
including a Rosary, at 11:00 a.m., preceding the Mass.
Gregory S. Haymans Burial in Dunkirk, Calvert County, Maryland at South-
ern Memorial Gardens will be private.
Gregory S. Haymans, 56, of Potomac Falls, VA, In lieu of flowers, donations in Greg’s memory may
formerly of Great Falls, VA, passed away peacefully be made to the American Diabetes Association® (dia-
at his home on Thursday, September 13, 2018. He was betes.org/donate).
born on March 7, 1962 in
Washington, DC, the son
of Bob and Carole (Shaf-
fer) Haymans. He was If you have had a loved one die recently,
raised in Camp Springs, come and see us, we can help you through the process.
Maryland, where he had
wonderful childhood
friends.
Louie Phillip Deane, 53, of North Beach passed away Greg was predeceased
September 18, 2018. He was born November 18, 1964 by his father. He is sur-
in Prince Frederick to Elmer Davis and Kitty Marie vived by his mother; his
(O’Dell) Deane. Louie was raised in Chesapeake Beach children: Caroline, An- Lynda J. Striegel & Andrea B. Baddour
and attended Beach Elementary and Northern High drew, and Joshua Hay-
School, graduating in 1982. He was employed with Gi-
WILLS • PROBATE ADMINISTRATION
mans; a sister, Kimberly
ant Food as a warehouse worker and forklift operator. Haymans-Geisler (Max),
TRUSTS • BUSINESS LAW
Following his retirement from Giant, Louie followed of Eagleville, PA; uncles Please join us for “Preparing Your Estate Plan” hosted by Andrea
his lifelong passion and became a Charter Boat Cap- and aunts: Richard Shaf- Baddour and Robert Riffe of Edward Jones on Thursday, October 25,
tain, operating Ms. Candi and Pipedream I and II. He fer (Natalka) of Wood- 2018 from 6pm to 7:30 p.m. at Mamma Lucia’s restaurant in Prince
was married to Brenda Nicholson and later married land Park, NJ, Sean Shaf- Frederick. Dinner will be served. Please R.S.V.P to (301) 855-2246.
Darla Nelson on November 14, 2016. He lived in Calvert fer of Colorado Springs,
County and Virginia, and had resided in North Beach CO, Karen Peters of 301-855-2246 • www.legalstriegel.com
for the past two years. Louie was a member and past
36 Calendars The Calvert County Times Thursday, September 27, 2018

Community Calendar
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under. Ages 6-10. Free. Calvert County at the corner of 5th St. and Chesapeake young and experienced (you’re not old)
ONGOING Parks & Recreation, 410-535-1600. Ave.Questions? 301-855-6681. alike! Ages 21+ $20. Ages 12-20 $15.
132nd Calvert County Fair Designated Driver $10. Under 12 free.
Through September 30. Calvert Coun- Friday Night Farmers Market www.unitedwaycalvert.org/register
ty Fairground, Barstow (Rt. 231) two 5th Street and Bay Avenue, North Saturday, September 29
miles south of Rt. 2/4, Prince Frederick. Beach Tales of Beatrix Potter
Community Shred Event
Admission: Adults $5 (12 and up). 11 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Appeal Landfill, 401 Sweetwater
Captain Avery Museum, Shady Side
and under Free. Special traffic plans in Note start/end time. Farmers Market, 2:00 PM
Road, Lusby
effect (no left turn into fairgrounds from Classic Car Cruise-in. Art Fair. Shirt That National Ballet Company brings
8:00 AM – Noon
Rt. 231). Details: www.calvertcounty- Shack. Through October 19. Peter Rabbit, Jemimah Puddleduck,
Destroy unwanted paper documents at
fair.com. 410-535-0026. Pigling Bland and their friends to life on
this free event. Proof of Calvert Coun-
Justin’s Pulled Pork & Brisket the Museum’s lawn. $20. www.captain-
ty residence required. 410-326-0210.
American Legion Post 206, 3330 averymuseum.org
www.co.cal.md.us/recycle
Thursday, September 27 Chesapeake Beach Road, East, Route
260 New Edifice Celebration Service
Senior Citizen & Special Needs Day Dee of St. Mary’s Public Sails
5:30 – 7:00 PM Bethel Way of the Cross Church, 5450
Calvert County Fair, Barstow Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons   
Come to the lower-level dining room. Cherry Hill Rd, Huntingtown
9:00 AM – 10:00 PM 2:30 – 4:30 PM
$12 a value that can’t be beat! Public 5:00 - 6:30 PM
Free admission and free lunch for se- Sail aboard this historic skipjack de-
cordially invited. Questions? 410-257- Guest speaker is Bishop Jerome
niors and persons with special needs. parting and returning from the Calvert
9878. Public warmly welcomed. www. Stokes, The Church of the Redeemed of
10:00 Red Hat Parade. 11:00 Senior Marine Museum. $15 for ages 8-12, 13
alPost 206.org. the Lord, Baltimore. www.bethelwotcc.
King and Queen Crowning. 5:00 Carni- and older are $25. Sorry, no children un-
org
val opens for everyone (wristband night). der five permitted. Reservations required
Bags and Bangles Bingo
by noon Friday. Contact Melissa McCor-
Deale Elks Lodge, 6022 Drum Point
Care and Maintenance of Lycoming mick, 410-326-2042 ext. 41. www.cal-
Engines
Road
vertmarinemuseum.com Tuesday, October 2
6:00 – 10:00 PM
Patuxent Naval Air Museum, Lexing- Evening Meditation
Presented by the Cardinal Hickey Acad-
ton Park Shrimp n’ Beef Feast Middleham and St. Peter’s Episco-
emy. $ 25 available at the door includes
6:00 - 8:00 PM Shady Side Community Center, 1431 pal Church, 10210 HG Trueman Road,
20 regular bingo games. Food, drinks
Special presentation hosted by Chap- and baked goods available. Open to the
Snug Harbor Road Lusby
ter 478 of the Experimental Aircraft public. Contact Shelly Thompson to re-
4:00 – 10:00 PM 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Association:  Lycoming’s Jeff Schans Dinner served from 4pm-7pm and in- Southern Maryland Meditation Com-
serve tickets or more info 410-286-0404.
will present the care and maintenance cludes beef, shrimp, hot dogs and sides munity offers meditation on the 1st and
of Lycoming engines.  Pizza and drinks plus soda, water, and a cash bar. Music, 3rd Tuesday evenings. Open to all in the
Family Bingo
will be served.  Free event — all are wel- Dance & Games of Chance follow from community.
Harriet E. Brown Community Center,
come. 301-872-4129 7:00 – 10:00. Adults $30; Kids (9 & un-
901 Dares Beach Rd., Prince Frederick
der) $15; Carryout $25. Tickets & info, Seaweed
6:30 – 8:00 PM
Journeys 410-867-2599 leave name & number. Chesapeake Biological Laboratory,
The entire family can enjoy a fun
Trinity United Methodist Church, 90 142 Williams St, Solomons
filled evening. Prizes for all ages. Free.
Church Street, Prince Frederick Diamond Decade Mania 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Calvert County Parks & Recreation,
6:30 – 8:00 PM College of Southern Maryland, Can seaweed clean up the mess left
410-535-1600.
An 8-week support group (9/27 – LaPlata Campus by your cell phone? CBL faculty and
11/15) focused on helping families heal 6:00 PM graduate students are developing new
BUA
after a loss of a loved one. A positive safe The College of Southern Maryland approaches to solving environmental
Calvert Marine Museum, Harms Gal-
environment to share your grief journey. Foundation invites the public to join management problems. Free. Seat-
lery, Solomons
410-535-0892 staff, faculty, retirees and alumni for ing first-come, first-served. Visit: bit.ly/
7:30 PM
CSM’s 60th anniversary scholarship Science4Citizens
Maritime Performance Series. BUA is
fundraising event. $60. Visit https://
presented by the Celtic Society of South-
Friday, September 28 ern Maryland, Inc. with precision and
Foundation.csmd.edu/mania or call Bingo
301-934-7647. North Beach Volunteer Fire Depart-
Youth Day intensity while keeping the music down
ment, Rt. 261, Chesapeake Beach
Calvert County Fair, Barstow the path of tradition. $30/door; advance
7:30 PM
9:00 AM – 10:00 PM purchase discounts at www.cssm.org/
Calvert County Public Schools Closed. tickets Sunday, September 30 $1000 jackpot. Admission $8.00
per person.  Doors open at 5:00. Food
Under 18 free until 4:00. Youth activi- 132nd Calvert County Fair
and drink available for purchase. Info:
ties 9:00-4:00. Regular admission and Karaoke at the Legion Calvert County Fairground, Barstow
301-855-0520.
carnival prices begin at 4:00. ARMA American Legion Stallings Williams 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Mower Racing 7:00. www.calvertcoun- Post 206, Lower Level Lounge, Chesa- Entertainment performing at various
tyfair.com. 410-535-0026. peake Beach times throughout the day. 10:00 An-
8:00 PM tique Tractor Pull. 12:00 Carnival opens. Thursday, October 4
Homeschool Day: War of 1812 For a good time. Public welcome. 12:00 Children’s Contest. 6:00 Fair of- Saw-Whet Owl Project Work Day
Jefferson Patterson Park, 10515 Questions? 410-257-9878. www.AL- ficially closes. 410-535-0026. www.cal- Flag Ponds Nature Park, 1525 Flag
Mackall Road, St. Leonard Post206.org vertcountyfair.com Ponds Parkway, Lusby
9:00 AM – Noon 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Enjoy the park and learn about local 3rd Annual Duckfest Clear net lanes and set up nets for this
history through activities and games. $5/ Sat., & Sun., Sept. 29 & 30 Ruddy Duck Brewery & Grill, 13200 fall’s owl banding project. Adults and
child. Registration required. 410-586- Dowell Road older teens. Free for volunteers. Reser-
Community Clean Up
8501. www.jefpat.org 1:00 – 6:00 PM vations required: 410-535-5327. www.
Town of North Beach
Community charity event based on the calvertparks.org
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Outdoor Obstacles German celebration of Oktoberfest, with
Dumpsters for residents to dispose of
Kellam Field, Chesapeake Beach live music, craft beer, authentic German
all items (except hazardous materials)
10:00 – 11:00 AM cuisine; children and adult games and
will be located in the visitor’s parking lot
Things to run around, over, through and activities. A family friendly event for
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OMOB: The Hurricane and the Hu-


manities. 5:30-8:30pm. We’ll watch
Events
For more information & to register for events visit http://calvertlibrary.info

Thursday, September 27 Astronomy Night. 7:00-8:00pm. Come


see what the night sky has to offer in the
field behind Fairview. Learn about the
equipment used to view the sky from the
YoungatHeart By Office of Aging Staff
the movie starring Denzel Washington Astronomy Club of Southern Maryland.
based on the true story of boxing cham- All ages welcome. This will be an out- Wednesday, November 28. This
pion Rubin Carter’s wrongful prosecu- door and inside event. Calvert Library Medicare Part D Open trip includes hundreds of vendors
tion for three murders. We’ll also discuss Fairview Branch, Rt. 4 and Chaneyville Enrollment ranging from unique crafts, jewel-
Bob Dylan’s song Hurricane about the Road, Owings, 410-257-2101. Open enrollment begins Monday, ry, decorations, and food. Fee: $45
event. We’ll talk about how the humani- October 15 through Friday, Decem- (includes entrance fee and trans-
ber 7. Make an appointment with
ties (music, film, literature..) play a role
in our perceptions of the world around
Wednesday, October 3 the Calvert County Office on Ag-
portation). Registration Deadline:
November 1. Register at your local
us. Please register. Calvert Library Book Discussion - (Lotus Cafe). 6:30- ing’s State Health Insurance Pro- senior center.
Prince Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410- 8:30pm. Recurring monthly book dis- gram beginning October 1 by call-
535-0291 or 301-855-1862. cussion held at Lotus Cafe. This month’s ing: Calvert Pines, 410-535-4606, Calvert Pines
book is The Heart is a Lonely Hunter Mondays – Fridays; North Beach,
by Carson McCullers. Calvert Library 410-257-2549, Fridays; Southern
Senior Center
JobSource Mobile Career Center. Join us for Lunch and a Movie,
1:00-3:00pm. Stop by to visit the Job- Southern Branch, 13920 H. G. Trueman Pines, 410-586-2748, Thursdays.
Hachi: A Dogs Tale, Monday, Oc-
Source Mobile Career Center for your Road, Solomons, 410-326-5289.
tober 1, 11:15 a.m. Pre-registration
job search needs! Get job counseling and Flu Shots for lunch is required.
résumé help, search for jobs and connect One Maryland One Book Author The Office on Aging is collabo-
Join us for an Octoberfest event
with Southern Maryland JobSource. No Visit (Leonardtown High School). 7:00- rating with the Calvert County
with the Variety Players Musical
registration. Calvert Library Southern 8:30pm. OMOB Author Tim Junkin is Health Department and Calvert
Performance, Wednesday, October
Branch, 13920 H. G. Trueman Road, coming to Leonardtown High School Health to provide high dose flu
3, 12:45 p.m.
Solomons, 410-326-5289. as part of his Author Tour for Maryland shots for persons aged 65-plus.
Center for the Book Maryland Humani- Appointments are required. Medi-
ties Hear Tim talk about Bloodsworth: care is accepted. If you do not have
North Beach
Friday, September 28 The True Story of the First Death Row Medicare there will be a $50 fee. Senior Center
On Pins & Needles. 1:00-4:00pm. Inmate Exonerated by DNA Evidence. Southern Pines; October 1, 10 a.m. Restorative Yoga and s e a t e d
Bring your quilting, needlework, knit- This event is FREE, and seating is first- – 12 p.m.; North Beach, October Chair Yoga are now being offered
ting, crocheting, or other project for an come, first-served. Also in partnership 15, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.; Calvert Pines, on Mondays, 10:45 a.m. & 1 p.m.
afternoon of conversation and shared with St. Mary’s County Library, Calvert October 22, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Shots These are gentle stretching & ton-
creativity. Calvert Library Prince Fred- Library, Charles County Public Library, will be administered in the Calvert ing classes. $5 per session.
erick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535-0291 or Southern Maryland Regional Library. At Mobile Health Unit. Call your local Share your writing creativity
301-855-1862. Leonardtown High School, 23995 Point senior center for an appointment. with our Scribblers Writing Group,
Lookout Road, Leonardtown, MD. Thursday, October 4. 1 p.m.
Saturday, September 29 Trips
Southern Pines
MakePlayLearn. 2:00-4:00pm. Take Thursday, October 4 Step into the enchanted world
of Broadway’s modern classic, Senior Center
building and creativity to a whole new Résumé and Cover Letter Workshop. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Join us for Drop-in Scrapbook-
level at the library. We provide the space, 1:00-3:00pm. Need help with your ré- Wednesday, November 7. Fee: $93 ing, Wednesday, October 10, 12:30
Legos® and other building materials.. sumé? Join job counselor Sandra Holler (includes transportation, luncheon, p.m.
you provide the imagination. Calvert in a small group to learn what makes a and show). Registration Deadline: Learn various ways to hone your
Library Prince Frederick, 850 Costley strong résumé and cover letter. If you October 1. Register at your local artistic talent with our Art Explo-
Way, 410-535-0291 or 301-855-1862. have one started, bring it with you so ed- senior center. ration Class, Tuesdays, starting
iting can happen on the spot. One print- The Pennsylvania Christmas October 2, 9:30 a.m. Fee: $20 for 3
Monday, October 1 ed copy helps. Please register. Calvert
Library Prince Frederick, 850 Costley
& Gift Show trip will be held classes or $40 for 6 classes.

Green Crafting. 2:00-4:00pm. Make Way, 410-535-0291 or 301-855-1862.


crafts out of materials that would typi-
cally be thrown out. Crocheting, needle- Code Name 3.6. 6:30-7:30pm. For 3rd-

Eating Together Menu


work, sewing, and simple tying tech- 6th grade eyes only! 3rd – 6th grade stu-
niques will be used. Calvert Library dents are invited to this series of events
Southern Branch, 13920 H. G. Trueman which uses plenty of hands-on activities
Road, Solomons, 410-326-5289. to have fun with reading! Each month Monday, October 1 Potato w/Sour Cream, Dinner Roll,
we will explore a new theme and intro- Gumbo w/Chicken, Shrimp, & Peaches
Monday Morning Fun. 10:00- duce a great chapter book on the topic.
11:00am. Join us for dancing, stories, No advanced preparation is needed and Sausage, Tossed Salad w/Chick Peas Thursday, October 4
movies and fun. Calvert Library Prince a snack will be provided. Please register. & Dressing, Seasoned Kale, Dinner Pork Chop, Cinnamon-Spices
Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535- Calvert Library Twin Beaches Branch, Roll, Mandarin Oranges Applesauce, Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
0291 or 301-855-1862. 3819 Harbor Road, Chesapeake Beach, Brussel Sprouts, Dinner Roll,
Tuesday, October 2
410-257-2411. Pineapple
Meatloaf, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
Tuesday, October 2 Asparagus, Dinner Roll, Spiced Friday, October 5
Green Crafting. 6:00-8:30pm. Make
Evening Storytime: Stars & Outer- crafts out of materials that would typi- Peaches, Brownie Tuna Salad Sandwich in a Pita,
space. 6:30-7:00pm. Enjoy a special eve- cally be thrown out. Crocheting, needle- Lettuce & Tomato, Coleslaw, Whole
ning Storytime all about Stars, Space, Wednesday, October 3
work, sewing and simple tying tech- Baked Apple
and the magic of Nighttime. Pajamas Roast Beef, Gravy, Spinach, Baked
niques will be used. Calvert Library
welcome! Participants can stay for some Prince Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410- Lunches are served to seniors, aged 60-plus, and their spouses through Title IIIC of
real stargazing at Astronomy Night af- 535-0291 or 301-855-1862.
the Older Americans Act. Suggested donation is $3. To make or cancel a reservation call:
Calvert Pines Senior Center at 410-535-4606, North Beach Senior Center at 410-257-2549,
terwards. Calvert Library Fairview or Southern Pines Senior Center at 410-586-2748. Lunches are subject to change.
Branch, Rt. 4 and Chaneyville Road,
Owings, 410-257-2101.
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COMMISSIONERS OF LEONARDTOWN
REQUEST FOR BIDS
SNOW AND ICE CONTROL PROGRAM
The Commissioners of Leonardtown are currently accepting bids to perform snow and ice
removal services within the corporate limits of Leonardtown. Approximately 11 miles of
municipal streets and parking lots will be included in the contract.
Since bidders will have different equipment, the contract will be awarded on a “best val-
ue” basis. The bid will consist of hourly rates for various pieces of equipment. The bid
will be for one two-year term with two two-year options.
Interested bidders should obtain a copy of the RFP by contacting Tony Wheatley Capital
Construction Coordinator, Town of Leonardtown POB. 1, 22670 Washington Street,
Leonardtown, Maryland 20650. Or call 301-475-9791.
A pre-bid conference will be held on October 10, 2018 at 10 a.m. at the Town office con-
ference room. A bid opening will be held October 31, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., at which time
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The featured artists for the evening will office located at 22660 Washington St.


The County Times Fisheries Com
is one of the
10

mission in Financia
Local News

l Trouble
The County Times
Thursday, June 28,
2018 Thursday, June 28,

Governor Hogan Annou


2018

Kirwan Commission nces $18.6 Mil. for


The County Times
Local News 11
be local musicians Jay Armsworthy and
Woody Norris, presenting the style of
music that has been known by many as
in Downtown Leonardtown (across the
street from Winegardner Motor Co.).
Seating will be available on a first-come
“brother duets” from the early days of basis with some overflow standing room,
as well as the other

Education Initiatives Recommendations,


At- taxpayer money
lantic Coastal states. and federal grants.
It has operated since The report pointed
ects, both oyster out a pair of proj-

best methods for


1958 and controls preservation projects,
the
licensing of commercial that cost the commission $400,000.
Career and Technical
and recreational fishers This took a heavy Programs, Teacher Educational Grants, Before and
Scholarships, and After
School Safety FundingSchool
toll
sions operating funds on the commis-

Bluegrass & Old Time music.  feel free to come early to find a chair and
and anglers alike.
The appreciate, according they did not fully Governor Larry
commission to the audit.
is based in Colonial According to the
report the commis- Hogan today an- academic program offered before
and
Beach, Va. sion diverted revenues
from all oyster nounced $18.6 mil- after the school day, or in summer
lion in new educa- a school with a high concentratio for

advertising my
The audit found licenses, surcharges
that inspection taxes n of
the commission increas- identification tags to these projects. and tion funding to go students in kindergarten through
The audit living in poverty eighth
ingly cannot operate chided the commission toward a series and at risk of falling
of

Although not actual brothers, Jay and be ready for the start of the presentation
without spending
out
expending so much
on one portion
for initiatives, includ- behind academic requirements,
along
its reserve accounts of fisheries preservation at the expense of ing recommenda with $500,000 for
the recruitment, train-
and -
it does little to regulate all else. of Photo courtesy of tions from Mary- ing, and ongoing development of
new
its own spending. “While the preservation
of the oyster
Office of Governor land’s Commission teachers.

events – it is also the


“During fiscal 2017, population is important, concentrating Hogan’s website.
on Innovation and An additional $4.9 million will
the commission
used
all funding efforts
in this area without Excellence in Edu- used by the Interagency Commission be
$80,000 in cash restrict- gard for other areas of responsibility re- cation, known as
the Kirwan Commis- School Construction (IAC) to conductOn

his cousin Woody have a vocal match at 6 PM sharp! (Please note that this is
ed for future projects the need for funds for ongoing and sion. While the Commission statewide facilities a
Potomac River Fisheries
trative operations adminis- its final findings will present assessment.
Commission to cover operating and The governor also
ex- ability to remain could result in the in- at the end of 2018, recommendations ditional $1.8 million authorized an ad-
By Guy Leonard penses when there was a viable going concern,” this funding reflects in the current fis-
no operating cash the audit stated. preliminary recommenda cal year
Staff Writer tions made through for need-based scholarships

best source for me


in tenuous financial avail- Concurrently, the audit earlier this year.
condition, a report able,” the report stated. found the Maryland
from state’s Office mission had problems the com- “Every child in Maryland Commission (MHEC). Higher Education
of Legislative Audits “As
The Potomac River states. the commission had of June 30, 2017, counting for all recording and ac- deserves ac-
sion, which is chargedFisheries Commis- The commission coordinates not
reserve for these funds. reimbursed the tion; it did not
of its financial transac- cess to a world-class
education, regard- In addition to the

that make the family roots ring true. a different time than the usual 5:30 PM
tion and oversight with the preserva-
fisheries have accounting personnel less of what neighborhoo Kirwan recommenda funding for the
of the fishery shared regulations between the Maryland “At the end with adequate to grow up in,” said d they happen released tions, Hogan
by both Maryland De- commission’ of fiscal year 2017, the ing standards knowledge of account- Governor Hogan. $40 million in school also
and Virginia, is still partment of Natural Resources s deficit for restricted to do so, according “That’s why our administrati funding that had safety
Virginia Marine Resources and the totaled been
approximately $145,000, funds report. to the on has pro- legislature restricted
vided record funding in the budget. This by the

to catch up on all Just Listed!


Commission
crease of $55,000 an in-
over the fiscal year The commission does for four years in a row for K-12 education includes: $23.5 funding
2016 deficit.” secure location where not even have a mitted to innovative and has been com- capital improvemen for safety-related
million
it stores the back- and outside-the-box ts;
LE The report stated ups to its servers, education strategies, grants to local school $10.6 million in
$95 SS THAN
the according to the audit,
erated at a loss of $84,000commission op- which makes

These special guests will be playing a start for our Art Share sessions.)
and our ACCESS such as P-TECH systems to en-
for fiscal 2017, destruction them “subject to damage, Initiative. These new hance school safety; $3 million
0 PER
demonstrating an or loss.” investments are yet for the
with a positive cash
“inability to operate
The commission responded another way we are Maryland Center for School Safety’s
giving our students
MO! even more opportu- operations, including 13 new positions;
47729 Devin Circle, balance.” to the au-
The commission’s
Lexington Park, MD revenues decreased dit saying it had heeded the advice given

the local news and


nities to learn, grow, $2.5 million to help
20653 from $815,685 in fiscal and was searching The new funding
and thrive.” with newly required
NO MONEY DOWN AREA! 2016 to $790,589 for ways to correct for Kirwan Com- school safety evaluations; and $1 million
Sell it - Buy it
in fiscal 2017; the problems. the mission initiatives
commission gets includes: for Hate Crime School
revenues from licenses its Safety Grants.
$2.5 million for an “Keeping our kids
but also from Marylandand surcharges

variety of instruments and tunes from For more info please email St. Mary’s
guyleonard@countytimes.n gram, providing additional early literacy pro- safe is one of our
and Virginia most
reading sup- Hogan.important jobs,” said Governor
atBuy it at
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Purple Post Real Estate RECENTLY AND IN is room in an innovative CTE
curriculum frame- was to be allocated through the gover-
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