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THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2019

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Rebuilding
Together
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2 The Calvert County Times Thursday, April 25, 2019

CONTENTS
ON THE COVER 13
Christmas in April volunteers pose with their souvenir t-shirts

LOCAL NEWS 3
COPS & COURTS 8
COMMUNITY9 LOCAL 6
Is dog park coming to Cove Point Park?
FEATURE11
EDUCATION15
ENTERTAINMENT16
SPORTS17
ENTERTAINMENT 16 SPORTS 17
OBITUARIES 18 See Pippin at CSM The stripers are running.

FUN & GAMES 19


“HE WAS GENUINELY A
COMMUNITY CALENDAR 20
VERY, VERY NICE GUY.”
SENIOR CALENDAR 21 CALVERT CHAMBER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
BOB CARPENTER ON RANDY BARRETT
LIBRARY CALENDAR 21
W EEKLY FO R E C AST
BUSINESS DIRECTORY 22
CLASSIFIEDS 23
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Saturday
Business Man Dies in & Sunday
April
THE BLACK
DIAMOND DISASTER
Boating Accident The Forgotten Tragedy
on the Potomac 27 & 28
By Guy Leonard & Dick Myers • An American Civil War Weekend •
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Officials with the Maryland Natu-
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businessman and developer, Randy Civil War Era Tours of Blackistone Lighthouse
Barrett, died April 19 while boating Wreath Laying Ceremony Featuring
in the Patuxent River.
Capt. Brian Albert, NRP spokes- NAS Pax River CO Captain Christopher Cox
man, said the call for a missing boater Civil War Reenactors • & Much More!
went out at about 12:55 in the after-
noon that day; officers conducted
their search, but Barrett’s body was
SATURDAY
AT 7PM
found three hours later by a search he-
licopter launched from Patuxent River
Naval Air Station. SHOWING OF
THE LIGHTHOUSE
Emergency responders performed
BY THE SEA
CPR on the victim until they arrived
at MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital where VIE
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Barrett was pronounced dead.
NRP personnel located Barrett’s FAMILY FRIENDLY
boat, a 30-foot Salt Shaker, run Randy Barrett

All events
aground in the area of River Road
• Lusby Commons
on Broomes Island, Albert told The
open to
• Calvert Substance Abuse
County Times.
• Shoppes @ Apple Greene
public
Albert said investigators believe
Barrett may have suffered a medical
Barrett was active in the Calvert
emergency while piloting his boat,
County Chamber of Commerce. Ex-
but an autopsy will have to confirm
ecutive Director Bob Carpenter said, Call 301-769-2222 for more information
the cause of death.
“He was genuinely a very, very nice FACEBOOK.COM/SCIMUSEUM
Barrett, 57, of Owings owned and
guy.” Carpenter said Barrett was ac-
operated R.A. Barrett and Associ-

Bowen's Grocery
tively involved in the chamber’s Small
ates, a surveying, developing and land
Business Interest Group.
planning company. He was also in-
A funeral service for Barrett will be
volved in Bango, LLC, a development
Friday, April 26 at 1 p.m. at Chesa- Family Owned & Operated Since 1929
company.
peake Church in Huntingtown, the The Charm and Quality of the Past with the Convenience and Variety of Today
According to the R.A, Barrett &
church he attended (see complete
Company website, they had been in- USDA Choice Beef
obituary elsewhere in this issue).
volved in developing the following
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properties:
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4 Local News The Calvert County Times Thursday, April 25, 2019

It’s Spring Time Young Girl Killed in Go-Cart Crash


On Sunday, April 21, 2019 at approxi- “We also face a similar concerning
“Time To Grow Your Own” mately 11:15 a.m., members of the Cal-
vert County Sheriff’s Office responded
to the 2300 block of Golf Club Drive,
situation, although not capable of per-
haps reaching the same speeds, with golf
carts using county roads,” Hutchins said.
Dunkirk, MD for a report of a crash The driver, the 11- year-old female,
involving a motorized go-cart. Upon was transported to Children’s Hospital
arrival, deputies and rescue personnel in Washington, DC by MSP Trooper 2
discovered an overturned go-cart with where she succumbed to her injuries sus-
multiple patients on the scene. tained in the crash. The 7- year-old male
A preliminary investigation by the passenger was transported to Children’s
Calvert Reconstruction Team revealed Hospital in Washington, DC by MSP
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12- year-old female from Frederick. The treated for non-life threatening injuries
go-cart was being driven on the street on the scene and released.      
and entered the cul-de-sac located in the The collision remains under investiga-
2300 block of Golf Club Drive. Dur- tion by Cpl. Vladimir Bortchevsky of the
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Editor
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3 Chesapeake Beach
fire in which two people
were killed and more
than a dozen displaced. Members of the Knights of Columbus of St. Anthony’s Catholic
The town hall is close Church present a check for $3,000 to the Chesapeake Beach
by and Public Works Town Council for fire survivors.
Fruit Tree ONLY Director James “Jay’ “The performance measurement was
Collection
BUY 3 GET 4th Tomato Plants Berry was one of the first on the scene. housing for displaced residents through
Many varieties to choose. FREE Market packs of 4 plants $ 99
2 /pack As he was standing nearby a blazing the support of multiple different agen-
townhouse, he noticed seven firefight- cies. I feel better prepared due to the ad-
Purchase our “Tree Planting Success Kit” for $21.98 per tree.
Kit includes (1) Tree Stake Kit, (1) 3 cu. ft. bag of Mulch, ers close to the building. They had come ditional training,” she reported.
from a fire company outside the area Wahl explained that all of the dis-
(1) Bag of Leaf Gro Soil Conditioner, & (1) lb. Plant-tone Fertilizer
and were unfamiliar with the structure. placed residents have found temporary
Pick up the coupon at our store and get a $25 per tree credit
Berry watched and he sensed impending housing, although for some of them that
doom – he believed the wall was getting was outside town. But she said the school
at time of purchase of any Native Tree priced at $75 or more.
(NO MAIL IN REQUIRED).
*There is a list of qualifying trees on the www.trees.maryland.gov ready to collapse. He warned the fire- system is providing transportation for
fighters, they moved and indeed the wall displaced students to their regular school
$ 25 Off The purchase
of one tree* collapsed right after.
Chesapeake Beach Mayor Pat Ma- town.
until the residents can relocate back to

From Our garden Shop honey honored Berry at the April 18 One of the aftermaths of the fire was
town meeting. Mahoney said there was the damage to Kellum Field. Fire debris
C&S Nuggets Shredded no doubt in his mind that Berry’s action had to be stacked on a portion of the field
Bayer All-in-One saved lives. Berry later declined the hero and firetrucks created ruts on it. The
Rose & Flower Care Berry Nuggets, Orange Hardwood Mulch label, saying he was just relaying what town’s insurance carrier, Local Govern-
Nuggets & 3 cu. ft. bag
he observed. ment Insurance Trust, will pay for resto-
Another one to rush to the scene was ration costs, Berry reported.
1 quart size Peanut

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Nuggets
Town Administrator Holly Wahl. She Cost of the work is estimated at
NOW 10 had just returned from a week-long $13,303 and the town council authorized
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focused on “Driving Government Per- trust.
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$4.99 ea. $
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and federal employees. fire casualties. At the April 18 meet-
Wahl said that one of the things she ing members of the Knights of Colum-
Wentworth Nursery learned was about “performance-based bus Council at St. Anthony’s Catholic
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Oakville measurements working across multiple Church in North Beach presented a


agencies in order to provide services check for $3,000, monies raised from a
Charlotte Hall Prince Frederick
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within the public sector.” She found that church breakfast.


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Thursday, April 25, 2019 The Calvert County Times Local News 5

Commissioners to Hold Plan Public Hearing


By Dick Myers sive Plan drafts, summaries of meet- tions to control growth.
Editor ings, presentations and more are avail- “2. The plan should not include any
able at www.CalvertCountyMd.gov/ maps showing future Town Center ex-
Calvert County residents may be get- FutureCalvert. “ pansion or adjacent residential area
ting their final chance to speak out on The press release says, “Citizens are boundaries or include any specific zon-
the latest draft of the revision of the encouraged to view the draft Calvert ing changes within these areas. The
county’s comprehensive plan. The Cal- County Comprehensive Plan (Decem- plan should state that any expansions or
vert County Board of County Commis- ber 2018 Draft) along with the earlier changes in zoning should be considered
sioners (BOCC) who will have the final drafts, available online.  For additional during updates to Town Center Master gan in 1999.
say, will be holding a public hearing on information, contact the Calvert County Plans upon consideration of adequacy “5. The plan should oppose a bay
Tuesday, April 30 at 7 p.m. at Calvert Department of Planning & Zoning at of the county road network, aquifers bridge crossing from Calvert County.
Pines Senior Center. 410-535-1600, ext. 2356 or via email at and schools. because Calvert only has one main
The purpose of the hearing is for the Pz@calvertcountymd.gov. Individuals “3. The Plan should not allow private- highway, bridge traffic would have a
BOCC to consider the recommended who cannot attend the public hearing ly funded community sewage treatment huge impact on quality of life.
draft of the plan from the planning com- may submit written comments.”  facilities to serve commercial, indus- “6. The Plan should restore the water
mission. The senior center is at 450 W. The process has been contraversal trial, and employment uses outside town quality standards for fresh and salt wa-
Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick.  from the beginning. A new group called centers and within residential areas. ter and should restore level of service
If approved by the BOCC, the plan Keep Calvert Country, which has sev- Doing so would increase residential and standards for roads that are contained in
will replace the current Calvert County eral former planning department staff- commercial development outside the the current Plan.”
Comprehensive Plan adopted in 2004 ers in leadership roles, has been in the town centers, creating sprawl, and will Written comments must be received
and amended in 2010 and 2017. The forefront of the discussion. In advance result in the County being responsible by 4:30 p.m., April 29, 2019, and may
BOCC may choose to adopt, amend, re- of the public hearing, they released a list for the systems if they fail. be submitted by emailing COMMISS@
mand or disapprove the recommended of six concerns about the plan that they “4. The Plan should strengthen its calvertcountymd.gov or through the
plan, or consider earlier drafts of the would like addressed by the BOCC: position on land preservation. The Plan U.S. mail to the BOCC at 175 Main
plan.  “1. The Plan should promote sustain- states that rural character and rural St., Prince Frederick, MD 20678. Any
According to a press release from the able development by continuing to link economies are a key to the future of reasonable accommodation for persons
county “ The initial series of meetings the amount, location and rate of residen- Calvert County but the only actions it with disabilities or linguistic barriers
and workshops for the public to pro- tial growth to County land use objec- calls for will weaken the highly suc- should be requested by contacting the
vide input began in 2016. County staff tives, including highway, school, water cessful Program. It should either im- BOCC office at 410-535-1600, ext. 2202.
held informational meetings, interactive quality and aquifer capacities and con- prove the opportunities to transferable
workshops and open houses to receive tinuing to monitor residential growth development rights or re-commit to the dickmyers@countytimes.net
feedback from residents. Comprehen- and the effectiveness of existing regula- purchase of development rights as be-

Power Plant Emergency Center Move OK’d


Switch to Be from Calvert to Pennsylvania
By Dick Myers
Editor

The presidentially appointed commis-


sion that oversees the Nuclear Regulato-
ry Commission has approved the reloca-
tion of the Emergency Operations Facil-
ity (EOF) and Joint Information Center
(JIC) for the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Pow-
er Plant. The decision was unanimous.
The EOF and JIC are currently located
at the Calvert Industrial Park in Barstow.
They will be relocated to Coatesville,
PA, near where Exelon also operates
other nuclear power plants The EOF
and JIUC “are used in the event of an
emergency at the plant. They are also
be utilized for training exercises to test
the plant’s emergency response capabili-
ties,” according to a press release from
NRC. conducted anytway based on the follow- local agencies) will be invited to ob- tion drill to further verify the ability of
The NTC vote followed a recommen- ing assertion from Exelon: serve and/or participate in this drill, as the Coatesville Emergency Operations
dation by their staff based on an evalu- “Exelon will conduct a confirmation deemed necessary. The drill will include Facility (EOF) to perform the functions
ation. According to the press release, Emergency Preparedness two-site si- the following specific criteria: as currently designated in the Standard
“The NRC staff has found that the pro- multaneous drill involving Calvert Cliffs • “Calvert Cliffs will have an event Plan. Observation by NRC staff will
posed relocation of the EOF would ‘ful- and one of Exelon’s stations located in affecting both units. also be coordinated with FEMA (Fed-
fill necessary emergency response func- Pennsylvania (Limerick or Peach Bot- • “Calvert Cliffs will escalate the event eral Emergency Management Agency)
tions and meet applicable regulations.’” ton) to demonstrate that there is no loss on one unit. Region 3.
Neil Sheehan, a NRC spokesman, told in emergency preparedness functions or • “One Calvert Cliffs unit will Exelon argued that everything now
The County Times: “Exelon will com- capabilities resulting from the proposed progress to a General Emergency, the handled in Calvert County could be done
plete a demonstration drill before we changes. The drill will include partici- highest of four levels of emergency remotely from Pennsylvania. The move
issue the Calvert Cliffs license amend- pation from each affected site’s Techni- classification used by the NRC. did not generate any opposition in Cal-
ment. That drill is planned for Nov. 15, cal Support Center, Operations Support • “One Pennsylvania unit will have an vert County.
2019.” Center, Simulator or Control Cell. The event which will ultimately escalate
Sheehan said the drill was not re- NRC and affected off-site emergency to a General Emergency. “ dickmyers@countytimes.net
quired by NRC regulations, but will be response organizations (e.g., state and NRC staff will observe the demonstra-

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6 Local News The Calvert County Times Thursday, April 25, 2019

Dog Park Slated for Cove Point Park


By Dick Myers
Editor

Cove Point Park in Lusby could be the site of the coun-


ty’s third dog park. The Calvert County Planning Com-
mission at their April 17 meeting said such an idea was
consistent with the county’s comprehensive plan.
Director of Parks & Recreation Shannon Nazzal made
the presentation to the planning commission. According
to a memo from Nazzal to the commission, “The Board
of County Commissioners received a citizen request to
build a dog park in the southern area of Calvert County. A
dog park exists in Prince Frederick on Grays Road and in
Dunkirk at Dunkirk District Park. In the six-year capital
improvement plan from fiscal year 2018, Cove Point Park
had funding allocated to add a skate park and dog park
at an estimated cost of $800,000 in out years. This was
removed in fiscal year 2019 due to budget constraints. In
2019, a master planning project was initiated to update the
Cove Point Park Master Plan, last updated in 1999. This
master plan project is currently slated for completion by Nazzal said that a master plan for both Cove Point Park cently donated to the county by Dominion. The property,
December 2019.” and the newly acquired park land on the opposite side of formerly known as Offsite Area A, was used by Dominion
Nazzal went on to explain: “A two-acre area at Cove Routes 2/4 is currently being developed and the dog park Cove Point during the liquefaction export project. At the
Point Park was determined to be the most optimal loca- would be included in the planning. . completion of the project, Dominion donated approximate-
tion for a dog park based on location and available park The county is currently soliciting comments on the parks. ly 100 acres to the county to develop a regional park. An
inventory. This area is located to the left of the park en- Residents can offer their visions for these sites through adjacent county-owned property brings the total park size
trance. Construction of a dog park was not budgeted in an online survey now open. By completing the survey at to 179 acres. To ensure park development happens quickly,
Fiscal Year 2019. Costs associated with the construction www.calvertcountymd.gov/CovePointParks, residents can Dominion donated $1.1 million to jump start the master
including fencing, water and incidentals total $100,600. let planners know the types of amenities and activities they plan for the park and recently donated an additional $3
The costs will cover basic fencing for separated dog park believe should be incorporated into the new park. “Citizen million.”
areas, transition areas, water hydrants and concrete pads. input will help guide the development of this major new
This project does not include costs for moving the park en- investment in the community,” a county press release said.
trance gate, parking, pathways, or agility obstacles within According to that press release, “Development of the dickmyers@countytimes.net
the dog area.” new park is partially funded by more than $4 million re-

Sell it - Buy it Governor Hogan


at Calls Special Session
House of Delegates to Elect New Speaker
Real Estate │ Business & Inventory │ Personal Property/Estates
Governor Larry Hogan on chael E. Busch, Speaker of the
│ Farm Equipment & Machinery │ Livestock │ Storage Units │ April 18 signed an executive Maryland House of Delegates,
Benefits/Fundraisers │ Certified Personal Property Appraiser order calling for the Maryland passed away on April 7, 2019,
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General Assembly to convene causing an outpouring of grief
Spring Flower Auction @ St. Leonard VFD
EXCITING a special session on Wednes- from the citizens of the State;
SAT - April 27th @ 4 pm day, May 1. Whereas, Speaker Busch
This special session, which was the longest-serving speak-
Southern Maryland comes at the request of the er in the State’s history, and
presiding officers, will allow was widely respected and ad- Del. Dereck
Spring Home, Lawn & Farm/Garden Auction the House of Delegates to elect mired for his lifelong dedica- Davis
Ice Cream Social Day a successor to the late Speaker tion to service to the State and
Free Serving of Ice Cream to all Registered Bidders (while supplies last) Michael E. Busch. its citizens; and
Tack (Mostly New Items) - Spring Flowers – Bedding Plants – Combo There are reportedly three Whereas, the House of Del-
Planters – Mother’s Day Baskets - Shrubs - Handcrafted Quilts – candidates for the position: egates, in accordance with its
Lawn/Garden items & More Del. Adrienne A. Jones, 64, of rules, must elect a new speaker
SAT – May 11th @ 4 pm Baltimore County; Del. Mag- to succeed Speaker Busch;
gie McIntosh, 71, of Baltimore; Now, therefore, I, Lawrence
Westfield Farm Arena and Del. Dereck Davis, 51, of J. Hogan Jr., Governor of the
26689 Laurel Grove Rd. – Mechanicsville, MD Prince George’s County. State of Maryland, by virtue Del. Maggie
“It is my solemn duty to of the authority vested in me McIntosh
call a special session of the by Article II, Section 16, of
Grocery Auction – St. Michael’s School General Assembly in order to the Maryland Constitution
Ridge, MD - May 18th @ 6 pm elect a successor to Speaker and the Laws of Maryland,
Busch,” said Governor Larry hereby proclaim and convene a
Hogan. “As we close a sig- special and extraordinary ses-
A Southern Maryland Professional Auction Company nificant chapter in our state’s sion of the General Assembly
history, we will continue the of Maryland to commence on
www.FarrellAuctionService.com critical work that Mike Busch Wednesday, May 1, 2019, in
dedicated so much of his life the City of Annapolis to enable
301.904.3402 to doing.” the House of Delegates to elect Del. Adrienne A.
Whereas, the Honorable Mi- a new Speaker. Jones

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Thursday, April 25, 2019 The Calvert County Times Local News 7

Calvert Shows Appreciation for Business

Each year the Calvert County Board of County Com- ize your profile, how to connect to potential new clients,
missioners dedicates a full week to celebrating the con- powerful follow-up tips and more. Visit www.eCalvert.
tributions of local businesses. Calvert County’s 14th com/BAWkickoff for more information or to register.
annual Business Appreciation Week, May 6-9, will rec-
ognize businesses reaching major milestones including Tuesday, May 7 Frederick
anniversaries, expansions and more.   Board of County Commissioners Company Site Vis- 5:30-7 p.m.
During Business Appreciation Week, the Calvert its with Ambassador Teams Network with other business owners in a casual at-
County Department of Economic Development pres- Various locations mosphere. This free event is open to Calvert County
ents a series of events focusing on the vital role coun- 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Chamber of Commerce members and business owners
ty businesses play in our local economy. Join fellow who are not members. For information, contact the Cal-
business owners, resource partners, county staff and Wednesday, May 8 vert County Chamber of Commerce at 410-535-2577 or
the Board of County Commissioners for this week of W2W Networking Luncheon: Women in Leadership visit www.calvertchamber.org.
special events, workshops and networking activities. Sponsored by the Calvert County Chamber of Com-
merce Women to Women (W2W) Group, the Calvert Crab Pot Pitch Contest
Schedule of Events County Department of Economic Development and the Calvert Marine Museum, 14200 Solomons Island
(Please note seating may be limited and advanced Maryland Small Business Development Center Road S., Solomons
online registration may be required.) College of Southern Maryland, Building B, Confer- 6 p.m.
ence Room 104 Come watch as finalists compete for the grand prize
Monday, May 6 115 J.W. Williams Road, Prince Frederick and celebrate Southern Maryland’s entrepreneurs at the
Calvert County Minority Business Alliance Kick-Off Noon-2 p.m. sixth annual Crab Pot Pitch Finals competition. Hosted
Event: How to Propel Your Business Using LinkedIn Speaker Connie Fuksa is an energetic presenter by PaxSpace, Inc. and the Southern Maryland Inno-
Sponsored by the Calvert County Minority Business and facilitator who is passionate about helping small vation and Technology Initiative, Crab Pot is a pitch
Alliance and the Calvert County Department of Eco- businesses learn and grow by building strong teams contest for individuals living or working in Southern
nomic Development of driven people and operations. Connie understands Maryland or businesses that have a presence in South-
Harriet Elizabeth Brown Community Center, 901 these challenges intimately with more than 30 years ern Maryland. The winner will receive $5,000 and, of
Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick of small business ownership and is dedicated to shar- course, a bushel of crabs. Please register in advance.
9-10:30 a.m. ing her information with other businesses. A com- Food and drinks will be provided.
Join us for an informative presentation on how to in- plimentary lunch will be provided. Visit www.eCal- For more information on Calvert County’s Business
crease business revenue by using LinkedIn, the top social vert.com/WomenLeaders to learn more and register. Appreciation Week, including updates on planned ac-
media platform for professionals. This free event will tivities and events, or to learn about the many services
feature Thomas Ellis, president and chief sales coach of Thursday, May 9 the county offers the business community, visit www.
EWC Consultants, as he discusses how to use LinkedIn Calvert County Chamber of Commerce Business Af- eCalvert.com/BAW or contact the Department of Eco-
for only 30 minutes a day to reap the many rewards of this ter Hours Mixer nomic Development at 410-535-4583 or 301-855-1880.
platform. Topics to be covered include how to custom- Davis, Upton & Palumbo, LLC, 132 Main St., Prince

Study Shows Economic Impact of Disabled Workers


Multiplier Effect turns wages into millions of dollars
Melwood, one of the nation’s largest employers of 2017, Melwood workers of differing abilities earned Nationally, only about 40 percent of people of differ-
people of differing abilities1, released today a multi- over $27.7 million in wages and paid approximately $6 ing abilities are employed, leaving millions of qualified
state study demonstrating the sizable positive economic million in federal, state and local taxes.  In addition, the people in search of a meaningful career path.  The Mel-
impact of employing people of differing abilities. study used the IMPLAN © impact modeling software wood study demonstrates how these untapped workers
“Like most of us, workers of differing abilities use to demonstrate that the wages earned by Melwood’s have the potential to provide a major economic benefit
their wages to purchase goods and services in their lo- workers of differing abilities generated another 135 to local communities.
cal communities, thereby generating additional jobs, jobs in other businesses in the region, and those work- “Every day we see how inclusion drives innovations
taxes paid, and economic benefit to their communi- ers earned nearly $6 million in wages and induced $1.2 that benefit businesses and society,” said DeSantis.  “I
ties,” said Cari DeSantis, President & CEO of Mel- million in taxes. The total induced economic output of will hold our workforce up to any other in the market-
wood.  The study did not calculate savings to state and wages paid to Melwood’s 1,200+ workers of differing place in terms of quality, performance and dependabil-
local governments for reduced reliance on government abilities was nearly $19 million in the DMV. ity.  I invite employers to take the Melwood Challenge
supports by people of differing abilities who work. “People of differing abilities represent a high-qual- and look to people of differing abilities to fill their
The Melwood Economic Impact Study includes 25 ity, dedicated and readily available workforce solution workforce needs.” 
counties in Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC, that adds value to both employers and communities,”
where Melwood employs over 1,200 people of differ- said DeSantis.  “This study now also proves that the Press Release from Melwood
ing abilities among its workforce of nearly 2,000.  In ‘multiplier effect’ of employment benefits us all.”

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Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crime Blotter


During the week of April 15th through estimated value of stolen property is ap- sault Second Degree and Resist/ Inter- in the middle of South Bound Route 4 at
April 21st deputies of the Calvert County proximately $134. fere with Arrest. Fox Run Boulevard. Deputy Sturdivant
Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,385 calls arrived on scene to assist Detective Rec-
for service throughout the community. ARRESTS: On April 20th, 2019 Deputy Lewis tor. Detective Rector placed the suspect,
On April 18th, 2019 Corporal Wilson responded to Mattapany Road in Saint Branden Lee Barger (39), in handcuffs
Damaged Property: 19-21925 responded to Horseshoe Trail in Lusby Leonard for the report of a 911 hang and sat him on his
On April 18th, 2019 Deputy Aranda re- for the report of a domestic argument up. Deputy Lewis made contact with knees in the grass.
sponded to Golden West Way in Lusby coming from a car parked in the road- the victim on scene who stated that the Deputy Sturdivant
for the report of damaged property. The way. As Corporal Wilson exited his suspect, Charles Edward Chase Jr. made contact with
complainant advised sometime between agency vehicle, a black male who was (53), was yelling and Barger, who began
10 pm on April 17th and 11 am on April later identified as screaming inside the yelling obscenities
18th, an unknown suspect egged their ve- Tyree Jamal John- home and wanted at the driver of the
hicle. After washing the eggs off, there son (23), started to fight. The victim other vehicle then
appeared to be no damage to the vehicle charging at him in an stated they exited the became disorderly
or the vehicle’s paint. aggressive manner. home in attempt to and started cursing
Johnson stood in a separate themselves at deputies on scene. After interviewing
Theft: 19-21250 fighting position with from Chase. While witnesses on scene, it was discovered
On April 15th, 2019 Deputy Sturdi- his hands balled up on scene, Chase was that Barger was weaving throughout
vant responded to Calvert Cliffs Nuclear into fists and shoul- yelling from the traffic, tailgating other vehicles, and ag-
Power Plant located in Lusby for the ders squared up to front porch at the victim after being in- gressively driving. Barger then got out
report of a theft. The complainant ad- Corporal Wilson. Corporal Wilson put structed to stop yelling profanities and to of his vehicle and started banging on
vised $3,500 worth of copper wiring had his hand out to create space between calm down. Deputy Lewis could smell the window of the victim’s vehicle with
been stolen between Thursday, April 11th them when Johnson pushed his hand a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage his metal rings, trying to pull the door
and Friday, April 12th from the storage away and retreated back to the vehicle coming from Chase’s breath and person. open to get to the driver. Deputy Sturdi-
facility. parked in the roadway. Johnson was or- Chase continued to yell and use profan- vant discovered a switch blade knife in
dered to exit the vehicle but refused to ity, so he was then placed under arrest the cup holder of the suspect’s vehicle.
Theft: 19-21939 comply with orders given by Corporal and transported to the Calvert County Barger was arrested and transported to
On April 18th, 2019 Deputy Ander- Wilson. Johnson was very combative Detention Center where he was charged the Calvert County Detention Center
son responded to Lower Marlboro Road and argumentative during the incident. with Disorderly Conduct. where he was charged with Assault 2nd
in Owings for the report of a theft. The Johnson was subsequently placed under degree, Disorderly Conduct, and Dan-
complainant advised around 11:30 am arrest then transported to the Calvert On April 21st, 2019 Detective Rector gerous Weapon- Conceal.
he noticed his vehicle registration plate County Detention Center where he was contacted the Calvert Control Center
had been torn from the tag bracket. The charged with Disorderly Conduct, As- and advised there was a fight in progress

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Farmers Markets Feature Fresh Local Food, Products


Buying local is easy with an abundance of fresh food 6-9 p.m., May 3-Oct. 4
from Calvert County’s farmers, agri-businesses and Late spring markets include
watermen. Calvert County’s weekly farmers markets bedding plants (vegetables, herbs
return with early harvests ready for sale on the follow- and flowers), hanging baskets,
ing schedule and with two new locations: tasty salad greens, asparagus,
kale and strawberries; selections
Calvert County Farmers Market Association will vary by market. Visit your
Markets:   favorite vendors from last year
• Tuesdays in Prince Frederick at the and find exciting new offerings at
CalvertHealth Medical Center parking lot each market. 
(130 Hospital Road) 2:30-6:30 p.m., April 30-Nov.19 This season, three Calvert
• Thursdays in Dunkirk at the County farmers market locations,
entrance of Dunkirk District Park  excluding the North Beach mar-
(10750 Southern Maryland Blvd.) 3-7 p.m., May ket, will be accepting Supplemen-
2-Oct. 24 tal Nutrition Assistance Program
• Saturdays in Lusby at the Sneade’s (SNAP) benefits. To learn more
Ace Home Center parking lot     about SNAP and eligibility re-
(11861 HG Trueman Road) 8 a.m.-noon, May quirements, visit online.
4-Sept. 7 For more information on Cal-
vert County’s agricultural com- 1880 or via email at info@ecalvert.com.
Private/Municipal Market: munity, visit www.calvertag.com, or contact the Cal-
• Fridays in North Beach between vert County Department of Economic Development at Press Release from Calvert County Government
5th and 7th streets and Bay Avenue 410-535-4583 or 301-855-

SMECO Nominating
Committee to Meet
Southern Maryland
Electric Cooperative’s
(SMECO) Board of Di- Prompt, Personalized, Professional
rectors has appointed
10 members to the 2019 $10 WALK IN NAIL TRIMS
Nominating Commit-
tee scheduled to meet
on Wednesday, May
15, 2019, at SMECO’s headquarters at
2019. Applications may be mailed to P.O. 301-769-2363
Box 1937, Hughesville, Maryland 20637,
15035 Burnt Store Road in Hughesville. or delivered to Terrie Barringer at 15035 25741 Three Notch Rd. • Hollywood MD
This committee will select a slate of can- Burnt Store Road in Hughesville.
didates for the five Board positions to be In addition to nominations made by
elected this year. Elections will be held the committee, any 15 or more SMECO
to fill one position in Calvert County,

Pet
members acting together may make
two positions in Charles County, one other nominations by petition by Fri-
position in Prince George’s County, and day, May 31, 2019. Members running
one in St. Mary’s County. by petition should also complete and
The 2019 Nominating Committee submit a Board of Directors Candidate
members follow: Application.
• Calvert County: Kimberly Freeland, SMECO’s Annual Meeting will be OF THE WEEK
Prince Frederick; and Terence N. held Thursday, August 29, 2019; how-
Gibson, Prince Frederick.
• Charles County: Joseph L. Gardiner
ever, the election will be conducted by
mail and online. Co-op members will
MEET PIGLET
Jr., La Plata; Edward Holland III, receive ballots in the mail. Members This week we have decided to
Waldorf; and William B. Young Jr., may vote online or return their complet-
Waldorf.
showcase a different kind of pet. Meet
ed ballots by mail prior to the Annual Piglet, our handsome, black and white Guinea Pig.
• Prince George’s County: Charles E. Meeting. The meeting, which will be
Clagett, Accokeek; and Ernest H. strictly a business meeting, will be held Guinea Pigs are entertaining, fun and sociable pets.
Riess, Brandywine. at Middleton Hall in Waldorf. Election Come meet Piglet and see if you can envision him as
• St. Mary’s County: Edith M. Bell, results will be announced at the meeting,
Chaptico; George A. Brown, part of your family. As Pet of the Week his adoption fee
but no voting will occur on-site.
Loveville; and Catherine Brenda Selection of the Nominating Com-
has been sponsored for all qualified adopters!
Coates, Lexington Park. mittee members is in compliance with The Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter is located at 5055 Hallowing Point
SMECO members interested in be- SMECO’s bylaws. For more information Road in Prince Frederick. We are open for adoptions Tuesday through
ing nominated should complete a Board regarding the committee, nominations, Saturday. For more information about this week’s Pet of the Week or any
of Directors Candidate Application. To and qualifications of directors, refer to of our other adoptable pets please check out
obtain a candidate application, contact Article IV, Sections 4.02 and 4.03, of our website www.calvertcountyanimalshelter.
Terrie Barringer at 240-528-9747 or Ter- SMECO’s bylaws. Bylaws may be ob- com or give us a call at 410-535-PETS (7387).
rie.Barringer@smeco.coop. Completed tained from a SMECO office or online Please follow us on our Facebook Page @
candidate applications should be submit- at www.smeco.coop. Calvert County Animal Shelter and Instagram @
ted to SMECO, Attention: Joseph Dens-
CalvertCountyAnimalShelter.
ford, Board Attorney, by Friday, May 10, Press Release from SMECO

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Thursday, April 25, 2019 The Calvert County Times Feature 11

Volunteers on a Mission: Repairing Homes


Thirty on Christmas in April List
By Dick Myers
Editor

It started as a local, grassroots effort to rehabilitate


homes that had fallen into disrepair. That local start in
Midland, Texas in 1973 slowly blossomed into the na-
tional Christmas in April movement which in turn even-
tually landed and took root in Southern Maryland, with
significant success. and doors are special ordered by March. Then they con- Phelps was asked why he and his wife devote so much
Carolyn Mohler was client services manager with the tact the homeowner again, just a reminder, we’re going to personal tine to Christmas in April Calvert County. He
Calvert County Office on Aging at the time that Christ- be there the last Saturday in April. said, “We love helping the community.” He added, “I
mas in April began in Calvert. She and her office had The week before the last Saturday in April, the house love fixing up homes. We run into people at the store
recognized the need for assisting senior citizens with captains “make sure by Wednesday, Thursday they do or the grocery store or Walmart and there are times I’ve
home repairs and had enlisted the aid of a local builder have all the materials, and everything is ready.” worked in the last year or five years ago and they still
for some ad hoc projects. Shortly after the local group’s The captains oversee the team assigned to the house. remember you. And the majority of everyone that you’ve
founding in 1991, Mohler joined in her capacity with the Phelps said, “We assign a house that would fit each team worked on is very appreciative.”
Office on Aging and then has stayed on since her retire- the best possible. So sometimes we’ll have one church or-
ment in 2007. ganization and that church may have 40 or 50 volunteers
and this year for some reason we don’t really have any
large homes to work on, so Friendship Baptist Church is
doing three or four different houses all at the same time.”
Some businesses also have a house, such as contractor
IET, Dominion and Exelon.
He said there are also some smaller organizations that
team with another group to do a smaller project, such as
a wheelchair ramp.
“The whole goal is to make it fun. We want people to
enjoy it. We want people to come back year after year
and help us and we want this to be about a seven -hour
project for them during the day,” Phelps explained.
Part of the fun is everyone gets a t-shirt and Phelps,
in addition to everything else, is the t-shirt guy. He said,
“We buy about 900 to a 1,000 t-shirts every year and we
have our logo on the front. And then on the back we sell
Christmas in April Calvert County has logged some sponsorships to different people that want to advertise
impressive numbers since 1991, including repairs to their business or name on the back. That funding basi-
more than 900 homes and facilities for non-profit orga- cally just pays for the t-shirts. Cause 1,000 t-shirts can
nizations. In 2018 alone, more than 800 volunteers do- be rather expensive.”
nated approximately 9.500 hours of their time to make And, of course, everyone needs to be fed. That’s one of
improvements to 44 homes and two non-profits. the responsibilities of the house captain, but the logistics
Those volunteers working on homes this Saturday are is carried out by Phelps wife Liz.
what is most visible to the general public. But the orga- The lunches are prepared by the culinary arts class
nization has a well-oiled, behind-the-scenes machine of at Calvert Career & Technology Center. “We go out and Logging up those countless hours through the year, at
volunteers who make up the board of directors and the we buy all the food and all the material for them and the end of the day, he said, “It does give you a good smile
various committees, including the important Home Se- then we’ll deliver it to them (this week) and they usually that you know you’ve gone and helped people that really
lection Committee chaired by Mohler. Their’s is a year- make homemade chicken salad, or other deli meat sand- deserve it.”
round task. wiches,” he explained. Mohler said it’s the satisfaction of realizing people
Board President Glenn Phelps has a remodeling busi- Volunteers show up early Saturday morning at the Ca- don’t have to worry about staying in their own houses
ness. He got his start more than 20 years ago in Christ- reer and Technology Center and form “a big, huge as- when it rains. “Just knowing we have made a major dif-
mas in April Charles County when he lived there. After sembly line, assembling the boxes for the box lunches. ference in many lives. There are a lot of people who can
moving to Calvert, he approached Randy Kozik, a mem- And then they deliver them to each house,” he said, and stay in their homes where they wouldn’t have been able
ber of his church, Good Shepherd Church in Owings, of course an army of volunteers is needed for that. to do that.”
and also a house captain with Christmas in April. Or the satisfaction of just helping handicapped people
“So, he brought me on board, and I started working gain access. “Being able to get in and out of house by
with them and they were looking for another house cap- themselves when they had not been able to do that be-
tain to be on their team,” he explained and from there it fore,” she said of the personal rewards.
was on the board, vice president, on the house selection Phelps was asked if anything stands out in his years
committee and now president. He’s also area coordinator of volunteering with Christmas in April. He said, “This
for the northern part of the county. is the first year in our history that we’ve had 11 or 12
The county is divided into four areas with coordina- people who had zero heat in winter, heat hasn’t worked
tors for each section. The coordinators are in charge of in a while. And they’re 80-, 85-, 90-year-old people sit-
the house captains, one for each project. He explained, ting there with a space heater in a room that they’ve got
“The house captains will meet with their area coordina- drapes around them so they can stay warm in one room.”
tor sometime the end of December or first week of Janu- For more information about Christmas in April, in-
ary. Then they’ll go to visit the home with the area coor- cluding how to volunteer and donate, go to: http://christ-
dinator, and they all get a good scope of the work that’s masinaprilcalvertcounty.org//
going to be done and make sure that the house captain Deadline for making an application for consideration
can handle all the work that needs to be done. And if Phelps noted the organization could use a sponsor to by the House Selection Committee for the next Christ-
everybody agrees on it, the house captain gathers their pay for the cost of the meals, about $800 worth. He said, mas in April is September 30 of the previous year.
list of materials that needs to be done and they’ll report “Unbelievably, 97 percent of all of our donations that we
back with the area coordinator with the maximum list of get during the year from grants, donations and so forth dickmyers@countytimes.net
materials that need to be ordered. Things like windows goes right back to materials to purchase for the home-
owners for repairs.”

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14 In Our Community The Calvert County Times Thursday, April 25, 2019

Calvert Marine Museum Volunteers Honored

2018 Volunteer of the Year Rae Dera with CMM otter mascot (Lori Cole) and CMM Director  2018 Group Achievement Estuarine Biology Volunteers (from left to right: Sherma Munger,
Sherrod Sturrock. Photo by Robert Hurry. Alex Dalton, Darlene Bremer, Christa Conant, Rae Dera). Photo by Robert Hurry.

The annual Volunteer Recognition  The following volunteers who were Department, assisting with membership, Rookie of the Year Award: Pat Gotsis &
Awards dinner was held on Wednesday, nominated by the staff for the 2018 Vol- concerts, and more several days each Bill Prochownik for volunteering in Pa-
March 27 at Calvert Marine Museum unteer of the Year Award: Frank Ar- week, in addition to leading lighthouse leontology. Aside from helping to quarry,
(CMM). The evening began with our busto for volunteering time in the De- tours every Friday. Sally Crockatt for they also act as the team’s eyes and ears
Master of Ceremonies, Director Sher- velopment Office, building shelving and her great work in Exhibits, doing what- on the cliffs. They report finds on a regu-
rod Sturrock, announcing that in 2018, making repairs to stop the flooding in ever needs to be done with a smile on lar basis so we can obtain permission to
volunteers at CMM logged a total of the basement. Darlene Bremer for work- her face. Ellen Curran for volunteering quarry. Rick Popp for volunteering in the
31,292 hours. That equates to $860,530 ing behind scenes in Estuarine Biology, in the Museum Store. Her energy and Patuxent Small Craft Guild and on the
of in-kind service, based on the current preparing food and feeding many of the enthusiasm is endless and she is always Dee of St. Mary’s. He is a skilled electri-
volunteer value, per hour, as set by the critters. Sherry Carter for working in willing to do more. Rae Dera not only cian and carpenter and shares his skills
state of Maryland! the Development Office and Education works behind-the-scenes in Estuarine freely. Working full time in DC, he still
Biology, she also engages visitors when finds time to enthusiastically dedicate to
she is feeding critters or cleaning the CMM.
Get Your Shingles Together! habitats. She is our “ray of sunshine”. Ed Estuarine Biology’s team of behind-
Gies has been a member of the Patux- the-scenes volunteers took home the
Fall is the Best Time for Call
ent Small Craft Guild for many years. 2018 Group Achievement Award.  These
a New Roof! Lon
Roofi g
ng!
Among other activities, Ed oversees
monthly toy boat building events, which
volunteers care for CMM’s collection of
animals, ranging from otters and frogs
reach and inspire many young minds to jellyfish and sharks.  Daily food prep
across our community. Ben Gilbert vol- is required to ensure proper nutrition for
unteers on the Dee of St. Mary’s.  During over 70 species.  Volunteers have learned
an educational cruise, Ben showed how the feeding habits of all of these animals
seriously he takes his responsibilities and feed each individual or tank accord-
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Thursday, April 25, 2019 The Calvert County Times Education 15

Town Showcases Beach E.S. Students

Beach Elementary School student Laila White was the District 4 (Southern Maryland) winner The Chesapeake Beach Town Council received a presentation at their April 17 meeting from
of the Maryland Municipal League’s “If I Were Mayor” speech contest. She delivered it to the 5th grade teacher Joel Helm, county ESOL teacher and BES parent county ESOL teacher and
Chesapeake Beach Town Council and then got a chance to test out Mayor Pat Mahoney’s BES parent Beckie Gladfelter and parent Mary Sterling, leader of the Lego Robotics team.

Robotics Team Competes in World Championship


seat and gavel.

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Talons, the


college’s competitive robotics team, are packing their bags
– and robots – and traveling for the sixth consecutive year
to compete in the 2019 VEX U World Championship in
Louisville, Kentucky. Returning as the tournament’s 2018
Innovative Award winner, the Talons are one of only two
community colleges competing in 2019 against nearly
80 other qualifying university teams from all around the
world, April 25-27.
The VEX U competition is part of the VEX Robotics
World Championship, presented by the Northrop Grum-
man Foundation that is aimed at bringing together top
robotics teams under one roof to celebrate their accom-
plishments and participate in autonomous and driven skill
competitions.
CSM Talons Competitive Robotics Team, including from left, Alex Johnson, George Jenkins III, Samsudeen Sarr, Julia
“Year after year, the CSM students on the Talons compet- Czecha, Hunter Bowling, Paul Goldsmith and Michael Balazs, will travel to Louisville, Kentucky to compete in the VEC-U
itive robotics team raise the bar on ingenuity and engineer- World Championship. The CSM Talons are one of two community colleges competing on the world stage against nearly 80
ing,” said CSM Business, Technology and Public Service universities.
Division Chair and Professor Bernice Brezina. “They are
our future scientists and engineers and prove over and over and making improvements. It is an invaluable experience.” Mexico, Lebanon, Columbia, Spain and the U.K – to name
again that our future is bright.” The non-profit Robotics Education & Competition a few. “It is great being on a world stage and seeing all the
Brezina noted that CSM’s coursework is a constant that (REC) Foundation, which sponsors the VEX competitions, different robotic designs for each year’s game.”
contributes to the Talons’ results. “Our engineering and echoes Balazs. Alex Johnson, a recent Westlake High School gradu-
computer science classes and faculty prepare these students “Student participation in VEX programs leads to higher ate came to CSM to study electrical engineering in order
with the knowledge that they are applying when they build levels of student achievement, by helping to develop criti- to pursue a career with energy/power plants. “I didn’t even
their robots,” she said. “As CSM students, they are extend- cal thinking, problem solving, communication, teamwork know I could do stuff like this,” Johnson said of joining the
ing their learning beyond the classroom into the robotics and leadership skills,” the REC Foundation reported. It also Talons and building a competitive robot. “Beyond the team,
lab.” helps to “improve technical writing skills, apply classroom we have become good friends.”
The Talons have spent the last two semesters constantly knowledge through program participation and gain experi- “We’re all excited to return to VEX-U and compete
tweaking their robots to compete in a series of challenges at ence in a growing industry.” against the best, young engineers in the world,” said CSM
VEX U that involve “getting caps, shooting flags and racing During the 2019 VEX-U World competition, the 80 Associate Math Professor and Talons’ Faculty Advisor Jim
to climb up a platform,” explained Julia Czecha, a new ap- teams will be split into two groups that compete over three Cleary. “This experience is what will set these students
prentice on the Talons’ team. “Each year, VEX U sets dif- days to make the top 16 in each division. From there, 30 ahead of the rest for the rest of their careers.”
ferent fields requiring new tasks and requirements of which teams level up through an elimination competition until The CSM Talons and Robotics Club promotes the study
we must adapt.” there is one winner. of STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and
Talon’s Team Captain Michael Balazs said he first CSM Alumnus and former Talons Team Captain George Mathematics) including robot design and programming,
learned about the Talons two years ago during his first se- Jenkins is going to Kentucky with the Talons for a third competing at several VEX competitions, and volunteering
mester at CSM and thought, ‘I’m in.” time, even though he is a full-time University of Maryland at the competitions that CSM hosts for elementary, middle,
“At first, my involvement was strictly as a hobby, but student. The University of Maryland doesn’t have a robotics and high school teams. For information on the CSM Tal-
now I realize we are getting real world experience,” Balazs team so the La Plata resident is allowed to maintain an ac- ons and Robotic Team, visit http://stem.csmd.edu/events_
shared. “As a team, we are collaborating, learning time man- tive role with CSM. csmroboticsVEX.html.
agement, applying what we learn in class, making mistakes “We learn a lot when we are at the competition,” Jenkins
said, explaining that university teams come from China, Press Release from CSM

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16 Entertainment The Calvert County Times Thursday, April 25, 2019

Stars and Stripes Festival CSM Presents ‘Pippin’


Returns to Chesapeake Beach A Magical, Musical Journey

The Stars and Stripes Festival is re- • 1pm: Gates open to public
turning to Chesapeake Beach Memorial • 1:30-5:30pm: The Ryan Forrester
Day weekend. All events are free and Band
open to the public and are sponsored by • 2:30pm: Shenandoah Valley Civil
The Town of Chesapeake Beach with War Era Dancers
contributions from the local community. • Free lego table, arts, crafts, games
Here’s the schedule: and moon bounces for the kids
  and non-profit tent featuring local
Saturday, May 25th organizations and those that focus
Veterans’ Memorial Park, located at on military personnel and their
the crossroads of Route 260 and Route families. Join us for an Apple Pie and
261 in Chesapeake Beach, Maryland Ice Cream Social (free while supplies
• 10:00am: Opening Ceremony. Music last).
Selections by the United States Naval
Academy Band Brass Quintet from Monday, May 27th
Annapolis, Maryland. National Veterans’ Memorial Park, located at
Anthem and other patriotic selections the crossroads of Route 260 and Route
by Dana & Jeremy. Keynote 261 in Chesapeake Beach, Maryland
Speakers: Pat McCoy, Alternate • 10:00am: Memorial Day Ceremony
National Executive Committee, hosted by the American Legion
The American Legion Department Stallings-Williams Post 206 followed
of Maryland. Kelly Swanson, Gold by an Open House to the Public at the
Star Mother, Col. Arthur J. Athens, American Legion Stallings-Williams
USMC (Ret.) Post 206, 3330 Chesapeake Beach
   Road, Chesapeake Beach, Maryland
Sunday, May 26th • 3:00pm: National Moment of Silence
Kellam’s Field Parking Lot, located on wherever you are
Gordon Stinnett Avenue in Chesapeake
Beach, Maryland Press Release from
• 1pm-6pm: Family Fun Day Town of Chesapeake Beach
• 12pm: “Kiddie” Patriotic Parade

LET TER TO THE EDITOR


Non-Profit Community 5k Program
To the Editor for Humanity has been able to provide
Four local Southern Maryland based critical home repairs to more than 40 Pippin, played by Matt Jones, searches for purpose and an extraordinary life with a variety of
non-profits (Bay Community Support veterans and their families in St. Mary’s characters played by actresses Kayla Young, Skylar Hepner and Briana Boyer.
Services, The Leatherneck 5K to benefit County and Calvert County. Our Veter-
The College of Southern Maryland ness lies not in extraordinary endeavors,
the Semper Fi Fund, Historic Sotterley ans Critical Home Repair Program is de-
(CSM) presents all that comes with roy- but rather in the mundane and magical
and Patuxent Habitat for Humanity) signed to help local veterans with low to
alty, magic, romance and the search for moments that happen every day.
have teamed up to create the first ever 5k median low income by offfering critical
contentment during its production of Performances are Thursday, April 25
Passport system. Run4ACause Southern home repairs and interior/exterior handi-
“Pippin” which runs the last weekend of at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, April 26 at 8 p.m.
Maryland Running Series begins April capped conversions. If you are a veteran
April and the first weekend of May. and Saturday, April 27 at 8 p.m.; and
27, 2019 and has scheduled races every or know of veteran that could benefit
With an infectiously unforgettable Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m.; Saturday,
Saturday through May 18, 2019. The from this program please visit our web-
score from four-time Grammy winner, May 4 at 2 p.m. and Sunday, May 5 at 2
passport system promotes four great site www.patuxenthabitat.org for more
three-time Oscar winner and musical p.m. at the La Plata Campus, Fine Arts
causes and encourages our community information. Sponsorship opportunities
theater giant, Stephen Schwartz, “Pip- (FA) Building, Theater located at 8730
to come together, have fun, and support for our race are still available and infor-
pin” is the story of one young man’s Mitchell Road.
some very important causes! Everyone mation is listed on our website.
journey to be extraordinary. Winner of All seats are $5. For more infor-
that registers for all four races will be We encourage you to join us at the
four 2013 Tony Awards including Best mation email bxoffc@csmd.edu, call
entered into a drawing for a grand prize. PHFH Warrior 5K Fun Run/Walk on
Musical Revival, this updated circus- 301-934-7828, or visit online https://
Patuxent Habitat for Humanity will be May 18th on Solomons Island at 8:00
inspired version of “Pippin” continues www.csmd.edu/community/the-arts/
the last in the series of the Run4ACause a.m. (for registration) or register early
to captivate and appeal to the young at theatre-and-dance/cause/index.
program. Our Warior 5K Fun Run/Walk online at www.patuxenthabitat.org to
heart throughout the world. CSM’s production of “Pippin” is pre-
is being held on May 18, 2019 on Solo- help us support and celebrate our local
Heir to the Frankish throne, the young sented through special arrangement with
mon’s Island. Since our inaugaral race veterans. Everyone deserves to age in
prince Pippin is in search of the secret to Music Theatre International (MTI). All
held in 2013 the Warrior Fun Run/Walk place with dignity in their own home and
true happiness and fulfillment. He seeks authorized performance materials are
has raised over $100,000.00 to help our community, especially our veterans!
it in the glories of the battlefield, the also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.
local veterans with critical home repairs.
temptations of the flesh and the intrigues com.
With funding from grant money, indi- Laurie Walker
of political power (after disposing of his
vidual and corporate donors, sponsor- Logistics Coordinator
father, King Charlemagne the Great). In Press Release from CSM
ships and the 5K race, Patuxent Habitat Patuxent Habitat for Humanity
the end, though, Pippin finds that happi-

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Thursday, April 25, 2019 The Calvert County Times Sports 17

The Tackle Box Fishing Report Striped Bass Trophy Season Now Open
The Maryland Department of Natu- fishery, will have a more long-term pic-
ral Resources announced that the state’s ture of the fishery after the next commis-
trophy striped bass season is now open sion meeting, which begins on April 30.  
through May 15.   “With input from our stakeholders
Anglers may catch one striped bass and our team of biologists we continue
per day, with a minimum size of 35 inch- to move forward to preserve, protect and
es, in the Chesapeake Bay from Brew- restore the striped bass fishery,” Fishing
erton Channel to the Virginia state line.   and Boating Services Director David
Maryland is part of a multi-state gov- Blazer said.  
erning body, the Atlantic States Ma- Current, detailed and localized infor-
rine Fisheries Commission, and works mation on striped bass fishing through-
through the management process set out Maryland is available on the depart-
by the commission and agreed upon by ment’s striped bass regulation website.
each member state. Maryland, and other
states with a stake in the striped bass Press Release from MD DNR

CSM Freshman Makes Third Team All American Team


Craig Melvin landed this 37 pound, 42 inch rockfish in the Potomac off Stewart’s Pier using a Leads Nation in Assists Per Game
trolled tandem rig.
The news just keeps getting better for success this
By Ken & Linda Lamb inch white perch which leads the newly the 2018-19 College of Southern Mary- year. “We
Contributing Writers instituted monthly big perch contest for land’s (CSM) Women’s Basketball team. had six new
April. Micheal Proctor caught the big Coming off the heels of finishing runner- players,” she
Opening day of the trophy rockfish perch fishing from the bay shore on up in the National Junior College Ath- expla i ned.
season started with rain and wind, but bloodworms in Spring Ridge. letic Association (NJCAA) Region XX “We were
conditions steadily improved until the Catfish continue to be caught from Tournament, the Hawks learned yester- building a
afternoon was bearable for bigger boats. most every body of water in southern day that CSM Point Guard Freshman new team
The fish were not cooperative as a rule, Maryland. Catfish were caught off the Amaya Yancey finished the season first and our ener-
but there were some trophies taken, some public fishing pier in Solomons at the in the nation in assists per game with 8.0 gy was good
at the 50 inch mark weighing 50 pounds. boat ramp on Saturday morning. I ob- and she was named to the 2018-2019 NJ- and fresh.
The Tackle Box had two fish brought in served a cooler full of blue catfish that CAA Division II Third Team All Ameri- We gelled as CSM Women’s Basketball
by late Sunday, one from the Potomac were caught on the rising tide there be- can Team. a team and Point Guard and Freshman
Amaya Yancey
and one from the bay. Charter captains fore 10am. The afternoon crowd was not “Amaya has a demonstrated what con- I think that
were catching a hand full on their trips catching, and were waiting for the tide sistency and dedication means as a stu- played a part in our success.”
trolling for the big ones. Umbrella and change to trigger the bite. dent athlete,” said CSM Women’s Bas- She said that she and her teammates
tandem rigs with huge lures were suc- There are rumors of croaker being ketball Head Coach Ardell Jackson. “As also made a habit out of pushing and
cessful. There were better stories from caught in the Potomac near Bushwood, a freshman, she has led our team, and na- challenging each other in practice and
the Potomac than the bay proper. The but we have not confirmed them yet. tion, in a lot of major athletic categories. on the court. “When I first joined the
next few days promise good conditions There was a croaker bite reported in the “For instance,” Jackson continued, team, the coaches laid out the expecta-
and results will improve. Rappahanock last week. They are head- “as a freshman, she averaged 16 points tions. I knew I would play a huge role
The white perch are now active in ing our way. per game and shot 42.8 percent from the as a point guard and that I would have
the rivers and on the bay shore. Several Fresh water fishing for crappie, bass, court as well as 50.6 percent from the to bond the team. The coaches told us
good catches were photographed this bluegill, and pickerel is excellent at St. 3-point range, while averaging nearly what they wanted,” Yancey added, “And
week at The Tackle Box including a 12 Mary’s Lake and in local ponds. 10 rebounds, and eight assists, per game. I think we delivered.”
She also recorded a career-high seven When asked how she felt hearing the

Anglers Can Provide Scientific triple doubles this season and was named
NJCAA Player of the Week.”
news that her daughter joined the elite
10 players from across the nation named

Data from Smartphone


The list goes on. Yancey also topped to the NJCAA Division II Third Team
the national leader board in 3-point All American team, Amaya’s mom Joy
field goal percentages and was named shared that she is swelling with both
Volunteer Surveys Engage Citizen Scientists 2nd team All-MDJUCO (Maryland Ju-
nior College Athletic Conference) and
pride and humility.
“Amaya has always been very deter-
As spring fishing season begins in All-Region. mined, very focused and has always
earnest, the Maryland Department of “Our coaches pushed us hard,” Yancey been athletic,” her mom shared. “She is
Natural Resources asks anglers to help shared, passing kudos on to her team and not going to stop until she becomes num-
track scientific data by using the mobile- coaches for her success. “They pushed us ber one – though Amaya will never say
friendly Volunteer Angler Survey.   all to stay determined and keep focused that because she is too humble.”
Anglers of all ages can become citizen on our goals. I couldn’t have gotten here Joy Yancey also showered the Hawks’
scientists by recording some basic infor- without my Hawk’s coaches, my Hawk’s coaches with credit.
mation from their catch such as species, team or my high school basketball team “Coach Jackson and Coach B (Assis-
location and size directly to survey on at Parkdale High School.” tant Coach Kim Barnes) have been ex-
their smartphone.   A Chemical Engineering major at cellent in helping Amaya see her poten-
“The data received from our anglers CSM, Amaya Yancey shared that her tial and to see how far she can go,” she
in these surveys is a tremendous asset survey participation grow in some in- first season with the Hawks was a tough said. “And we are grateful. I am just so
to the department,” said Fishing and stances by more than 80 percent. one – and a rewarding one. happy for her and so proud of her. I know
Boating Services Director David Blazer. Currently the artificial reef initiative, “Starting as a new student at CSM and she will do great things in life.”
“Our biologists use this information to blue crab, freshwater fisheries, muskie, joining the basketball team, I was little The intercollegiate athletics program
develop, plan and implement manage- shad and striped bass programs have up- iffy about what I could handle at first,” at CSM provides an educational and
ment strategies.” graded to mobile-friendly methods. she explained. “Because it was college, competitive physical experience for its
Volunteer surveys have been an im- Participants in the Volunteer Angler I knew it would be harder, and it was. student athletes integrating training for
portant part of fisheries management in Survey are eligible to win quarterly priz- So I got in the gym three times-a-day to the mind as well as the body. Learn more
Maryland for decades. es. More information is available on the make sure I was in shape. I worked hard. about CSM Athletics at http://athletics.
Since launching several new mobile- volunteer angler survey webpage. We all did.” csmd.edu/landing/index.
friendly volunteer angler surveys within Yancey pointed to the team’s “new-
the past year, the department has seen Press Release from MD DNR ness” as leading to everyone’s overall Press Release from CSM

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18 Obituaries The Calvert County Times Thursday, April 25, 2019

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
jenicoster@countytimes.net after noon on Mondays may run in the following week’s edition.

Randy Alan Barrett neral Home-Owings, 8325 Mt. Harmony


Lane, Owings, MD 20736.
Rausch Funeral Home. Thomas Levin
Randy Alan Funeral service will be Friday, “Lou” Clark, Jr.
Barrett, 57, of April 26 at 1 p.m. at Chesapeake Faye P. Windsor Thomas Levin
Owings, a pil- Church, 6201 Solomons Island Road Faye P. Wind- “Lou” Clark,
lar of the Calvert Huntingtown, MD 20639. Interment will sor, 67, of Chesa- Jr., 95, of Deale
County busi- be private. peake Beach, passed away
ness community, MD passed away April 16, 2019 at
passed way April
19, 2019. He was Linda Foresta April 17, 2019.
Faye was born
his residence. He
was born Decem-
born December Linda Foresta, March 2, 1952 ber 11, 1923 in
12, 1961 in Fairfax, VA to William Ken- 61, of Hunting- in Cheverly, MD Kensington, MD
neth, Sr. and Betty Alberta (Robertson) town passed away to Ruth Rebecca to Thomas Levin Sr. and Dorothy Mildred
Barrett. Randy’s family lived in Spring- April 17, 2019 Richardson. She was raised in Clinton and (Thomas) Clark. Tommy was raised in
field, VA until moving to Huntingtown in at her home sur- attended Surrattsville High School. She Kensington and graduated from Bethesda-
1970. He graduated from Northern High rounded by fam- married George H. Windsor, Sr. November Chevy Chase High School. He joined the
School in 1979, where he played baseball, ily. She was born 22, 1969, and they lived in Prince George’s United States Navy in December of 1942
basketball and football. He then attended January 29, 1958 County, mostly in Croom until moving to and was discharged in 1948 after serving in
James Madison University, graduating in in Madison, WI Chesapeake Beach in 1983. Faye was em- World War II. After his discharge, Tommy
1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical to Raymond and Janice Taylorson. Linda ployed as a food service worker for Cal- served in the United States Navy Reserves
Geography and later obtained his Master lived in Rhode Island, Georgia and Wales vert County Public Schools, and retired in and was called back into duty to serve in
Engineering Certificate. Randy owned before settling in Maryland. She graduated 2010. In her leisure time Faye enjoyed fish- the Korean War. Tommy was employed as
and operated R.A. Barrett & Associates, from Northwestern High School in 1976. ing, camping, flower gardening, collecting a carpenter and worked in his wood shop
a surveying, developing and land planning She married Paul Foresta on March 14, angels, and spending time with family, es- until he was 93 years old. Tommy was an
company. He was involved in develop- 1987 and they lived in College Park and pecially her grandchildren. She was also outdoorsman who enjoyed wood working,
ing many businesses in and around Cal- Silver Spring before moving to Hunting- an avid fan of Elvis Presley. guns, shooting, fishing, watching Westerns
vert County. He was a board member for town in 1996. Linda was employed as an Faye was preceded in death by her and reading.
the Calvert Marine Museum, a member office manager with Garner Exteriors in husband George Windsor, Sr., a daughter Tommy was preceded in death by his
of Chesapeake Church, Calvert County Lothian, retiring in September 2018. Linda Patricia Windsor, brothers Tommy Rich- wife Alice Lillian Clark. He is survived
Chamber of Commerce and the Small enjoyed watching dogs, cooking, shopping ardson and John Richardson, and a sis- by his sons Jeffrey Thomas Clark and wife
Business Interest Group of Calvert County. and spending time with her family, espe- ter Delores Windsor. She is survived by Lisa and David Andrew Clark and wife
Randy loved living in Calvert County and cially her children and grandchildren. five children, Alice A. Reid and husband Erin, all of Deale and grandchildren Cody
supporting local businesses and charitable She is survived by her husband Paul M. Robert of Huntingtown, Patty J. Spencer Clark of New York, NY, Lauren Clark of
enterprises. He enjoyed fishing, boating, Foresta and children Michael Foresta and and husband Doug of Prince Frederick,
exercising, was an avid sports fan and most Virginia Beach, VA and Grace Clark of
wife Jennifer of Arbutus, Matthew Foresta Nellie L. Windsor of Chesapeake Beach, Deale. He is also survived by numerous
of all loved spending time with his family and wife Jessica of Rose Haven, Christo- and Amanda M. Windsor and George H. nieces and nephews.
and friends. pher Foresta and wife Kelsie of Hunting- Windsor, Jr. and wife Jenna, all of Prince Memorial contributions may be made to
Randy is survived by twin sons Kyle E. town, Jason Foresta and girlfriend Shan- Frederick. She is also survived by grand- American Cancer Society, 405 Williams
and Grant W. Barrett, sister Janet B. Trav- non of Prince Frederick, Cadie Foresta children Victoria Reid and her fiancé Brad Court, Suite 120, Baltimore, MD 21220;
ers and husband Lee of Owings, brother and fiancé Ian Edwards of Elkridge and Chester, Stephen Spencer, Alexis, Michael 800-227-2345; Link: https://www.cancer.
William K. Barrett, Jr. of Fayetteville, NC, Jennifer Mascaro and husband Vinny of and Joshua King, and Caleb “Cotton Top” org/
fiancé Jackie Randell of Solomons, former Prince Frederick. Also surviving are her Windsor, sisters Maybelle Wood and Fran- Funeral arrangements were made by
spouse Laura Cranford of Owings, nieces loving parents Raymond and Janice Tay- ces Bruce Atchison, both of Mechanics- Rausch Funeral Home.
Jennifer Lavery, Heather Jacobs and Jackie lorson of Chestertown, grandchildren ville, brothers Michael Richardson of Lo-
Malinsky and nephew William Travers.
He was preceded in death by his parents,
Brady, Marley, Melody, Jaxen and Colby,
brother Brian Taylorson and wife Carolyn
thian and Frank Bruce of Mechanicsville
and a brother-in-law Francis Windsor of Jody Anne Willoughby
William and Betty Barrett and his nephew and her dog Nash. Capitol Heights. Jody Anne Willoughby, 63, of Upper
John Barrett. Memorial contributions may be Funeral arrangements were made by Marlboro, MD passed away at home on
In lieu of flowers memorial donations in made to National Breast Cancer Foun- Rausch Funeral Home. April 20, 2019. She was born on October
Randy’s name may be made to a charity of dation, 2600 Network Blvd.., Suite 12, 1955 in Washington D.C. to Charles
one’s choice. 300, Frisco, Texas 75034; Link: Sherwood Willoughby and the late Patri-
Visitation will be Thursday, April 25, https://www.nationalbreastcan cia A. Willoughby.
2019, 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. at Rausch Fu- Funeral arrangements were made by Jody was a woman of deep Christian

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faith, and served member every detail of every trip. He also
there 12. Space station
41. Ridicules 14. Gene
Arabian peninsula
as a youth rector loved playing golf and even had a hole-in-
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Powers 23. Livid

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45. Produce
47. Ancient kingdom near
24. It comes after “et”
25. More (Spanish)
3. Pointed parts of pens
showed Christs ida. He was an avid reader of history and Dead Sea
49. Hebrew unit of liquid
26. Electronic data processing
27. Buffer solution to separate 4. Lake __, one of the Great
love by seeing very knowledgeable on many subjects. His capacity
50. Type of sword
DNA and RNA
28. Primate 5. Peruvian region
what needed to sense of humor was unparalleled. Nearly 55. “Sin City” actress
56. Female reproductive cells
29. Scattered
34. Evergreen tree 6. State capital of Georgia
be done, and then every day you could see him taking his 57. Afflicted
59. One point north of
35. What engaged couples
will say 7. Those killed for their
doing it. It didn’t two mile walk around Chesapeake Beach northeast 36. Barbie’s friend

matter what the to pick up his beloved newspapers. He was


60. Garland
61. Spiritual leader
37. Midway between south
and southeast beliefs
62. Negative 39. A position from which
job or who it was for, people or animals a lifelong happy bachelor. 63. Tooth caregiver
64. Cheek
progress can be made
40. Showed up
8. Typeface
Her favorite bible verse was Proverbs Jim was quite a guy and will be sorely 41. Insecticide
42. Type of milk
9. Shrill cry
12:10, “A righteous man regards the life missed by his family and many friends CLUES ACROSS
CLUES DOWN
17. Type of horse 1. Form of “to be” 44. Verandas
10. Sends via the Postal
of his animals”, and she lived by this, hav- and acquaintances.
2. A hand has one 45. Annoyingly talkative
1. Sacred bull (Egyptian 18. Volcanic craters 46. Abba __, Israeli politician
3. Thought
Service

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myth.) 20. Type of graph (abbr.)
ing rescued many different animals from Jim is survived by one sister Sally Dye
4. Physical body 47. “Heat” director
5. One-time European money 21. Supporters

LAST WEEK’S
5. Removes 48. Plant genus
8. Disfigure 22. North and South are two
11. Holds grain
horses, dogs, cats, turtle and even snakes. and her husband Jerry of Jasper GA. He11.
13.is
6. One who perpetrates 51. Swiss river
Polish city 25. Spread 52. Prejudice
Move quickly on foot 30. Adjusted wrongdoing

She is survived by her husband, John also survived by three Brothers who live
14. Landlocked West African 31. Vietnamese offensive 7. Make one
8. Kate and Rooney are two
53. Actor Idris
54. Freedom fighters (slang)
13. Occurring at a fitting
country 32. Nazi architect
Pesch, father, Charles Sherwood Wil- in Arizona; Brian Woodcock and his wife
58. Criticize
15. Used in aromatherapy
16. The greatest of all time
33. Nigerian peoples
38. When you hope to get
9. __ Ladd, “Shane” actor
10. Makes fun of time
loughby, sister, Terry Bjornson and her Carol, Bart Woodcock and his wife Jenni- 17. Vogue
husband Douglas, her brother, Patrick fer and Scott Woodcock and his wife Jen- 24. Born of
Willoughby and her sister in law, Wendy nifer. He is also survived by many loving 25. Get the job done
Sievers. She is also survived by nieces. Sa- friends.
mantha Koch, Sandra Sievers-Somerville, There will be no services. 26. Teletype (Computers)
and nephews, Nicholas, Jesse, and Steven CLUES ACROSS 44. Grass part 27. Small southern
Frame and Scott Sievers.
Sean Christian Rogers 1. Tenor 46. Trivially constellation
A Memorial service will be held on Sat- 47. Serve as a warning 28. Decaliters
5. Panthers’ signal caller
urday April 27, 2019,11 AM, at the Heal- Sean Christian 49. Centers of activity 29. Area near the concert
ing Place Church, 2106 Crane Highway, Rogers died on
8. Systems, doctrines,
50. An electrically charged stage
Waldorf, MD 20601. Interment is private. September 30, theories
Memorial contributions may be made to atom 35. Social insect living in
2018 at his home 12. Rulers
Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch, 19344 Innes in Atlanta, GA. 14. Indonesian coastal town 51. Small swelling of cells organized colonies
Market Road, Bend, Oregon 97703. He was born on 15. Type of cuisine 56. Irritates 36. Winter activity
A memorial service will be Saturday, August 27, 1965 57. “__ your i’s, cross your 37. Snakelike fish
April 27, 2019, 11 a.m. at Healing Place 16. Kids
in Washington, t’s” 38. Not wet
Church, 2106 Crane Highway, Waldorf, DC and lived in
18. Single Lens Reflex
MD 20601; 301-910-9492. 58. Removed 40. In addition to
Silver Spring, 19. Extra seed-covering
Memorial contributions may be made MD until his fam- 20. Force out 59. “Death in the Family” 41. In league
to Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch, 19344 ily moved to Huntingtown, MD in 1974. 21. Feline author 42. Barrels per day (abbr.)
Innes Market Road, Bend, Oregon 97703; He graduated from Northern High School, 60. When you hope to arrive 43. Monetary unit
22. __ & Stitch
541-330-0123. University of Maryland and University of 61. German district 44. Marked
Funeral arrangements were made by Georgia, Law School.
23. Semantic relations
62. Turner and Kennedy 45. Emerges
Rausch Funeral Hone. He was preceded in death by his beloved 26. A larval frog or toad
63. Midway between south 47. Shape by heating
fiancé, Lynn Turner (Alpharetta, GA), his 30. Sport for speedsters
and southeast 48. Early Slavic society
James Walter mother, Sarah Yvonne Rogers (Hunting-
town, MD and Evans, GA) and nephew-
31. One who is learning
64. Emerald Isle 49. Italian automaker
Woodcock Jr.
32. Request
in-law, Sean Owens (Evans, GA). He is 33. Famed WWII conference CLUES DOWN 52. Racing legend Earnhardt
survived by his father, James Rogers (Hun- 53. A type of name
James “Woody” 34. Relieved
tingtown, MD), sister Lisa Martin and her 1. Mathematical
Woodcock, a 54. __ Strauss, jeans maker
husband Chris, niece Kristin Owens and 39. English broadcaster optimization search method
long time resident 55. Famed garden
great-nephew Bentley Hayes (all of Evans, 42. Car signal
of Chesapeake 2. Country along the
GA).
Beach, passed His family will forever miss his goofy
away peacefully sense of humor, his kind heart and his
on April 3, 2019, in generosity. He could cheer you up, make
Prescott Arizona.  you laugh, and provide support in unique
He was born No- ways. He always thought of others, before
vember 18, 1943, in Tulsa, Oklahoma to himself.
Emily D. Lysinger Woodcock and James Sean was an avid University of Georgia
Walter Woodcock Sr.  He spent much of Bulldogs football fan. He loved animals
his youth traveling from place to place of all kinds, especially his long-time friend
with his military family. Jim studied at and companion (Persian cat, Tommy). He
Northeast Louisiana State College and volunteered at animal rescue facilities and
was in the US Air Force from 1966 to 1970 contributed to animal welfare and environ-
serving as a supply specialist at Elmendorf mental causes and organizations. He had
Air Force base in Alaska. He worked for a special knack for turning stray neighbor-
most of his career as a technical specialist hood cats into affectionate pets. Over the
in the Office of Engineering and Technol- years, he kept several of those cats and oth-
ogy at the Federal Communications Com- ers were donated for adoption. According
mission in Washington, D.C., until his re- to his wishes, good homes have been found
tirement in 2001. for his beloved cats. 
In 1986, Jim moved to a waterfront Sean was a tissue donor and potentially
beach cottage in Chesapeake Beach and enhanced many lives through his donation.
loved it there. Over the last decades of his He will be deeply missed!
life he went on more that twenty-five cruis-
es and other travels with his friends touch-
ing on six continents. He could always re-

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20 Calendars The Calvert County Times Thursday, April 25, 2019

Community Calendar
To submit your event listing to go in our Community Calendar, please email timescalendar@countytimes.net with the listing details by 12 p.m. on the Monday prior to our Thursday publication.

for purchase. Benefit NB VFD Auxil- Toy Boat Building


ONGOING iary. Diana, 401-231-1775 (after 5:00) Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons Tuesday, April 30
Visions of Verses 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Karaoke at the Legion Build a toy boat in the Boat Basin, Public Hearing
calvART Gallery, 110 South Solomons Calvert Pines Senior Center, 450 West
Island Road, Prince Frederick American Legion Post 206, Rt. 260, weather permitting. Sessions starting
Chesapeake Beach on the half hour. Ages 5 and older. $2 Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick
5:00 - 8:00 PM 7:00 PM
A celebration of the value of art in 8:00 PM - Midnight per boat donation; museum admission
In the Lower Level Lounge. No cover required. 410-326-2042. www.calvert- The Calvert County Board of County
our lives. Gallery show thru May 5. 410- Commissioners will consider and re-
535-9252. www.calvertarts.org charge. 410-257-9878. www.ALPost marinemuseum.com
206.org ceive comments on the proposed of the
Fossil Club Public Lecture Calvert County Comprehensive Plan.
Thursday, April 25 Calvert Marine Museum, Harms Gal- COMMISS@calvertcountymd.gov

Zumba Toning Tuesday


Sat. & Sun., April 27 & 28 lery, Solomons
Co-Dependents Anonymous
2:30 - 4:00 PM
Mt. Hope Community Ctr., 104 Push- Calvert Home Show Phillips House, 28 Duke Street,
Dr. Ralph Eshelman will present
aw Station Rd., Sunderland Calvert Fairgrounds, Prince Prince Frederick
“Terrestrial Mammal Fossils from the
7:00 - 8:00 PM Frederick 7:30 - 8:30 PM
Miocene Chesapeake Group.” Free.
If you love to dance, this is the fitness Sat., 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Sun., 10:00 A 12-Step program of recovery from
410-326-2042. www.calvertmarinemu-
class for you. All fitness levels welcome; AM - 3:00 PM codependency, where each of us share
seum.com
no experience necessary. Contractor and service professionals our experience, strength and hope in our
Register. Calvert County Parks & on site. Chainsaw carving. Antique and efforts to find freedom. Meets weekly,
Passover Seder
Recreation, art appraisals. Petting zoo. Plant and new to Calvert County. Questions,
St Paul’s Episcopal Church, 25
410-535-1600 x8200. paint seminars. Free. Event info: MidAt- email loisgoodcampbell@hotmail.com.
Church St, Prince Frederick
lanticExpos.com. www.coda.org
5:30 - 8:00 PM
Beit Chaverim’s congregation invites
Friday, April 26
Friday Play Date
Saturday, April 27 family and friends to this traditional
evening of culture, food & community. Wednesday, May 1
Hallowing Point Park, Prince End Hunger Bike Ride $25 person. Age 10 & under are free. Bids for Kids
Frederick Chesapeake Church, 6201 Solomons RSVP: BeitChaverim.md@gmail.com, Children’s Aid, Inc.
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Is. Rd., Huntingtown 443-295-3369 or 410-535-5393 Midnight deadline
Perfect for parents who want to meet 7:00 – 10:00 AM Registration & This non-profit organization provides
others. Provides a great opportunity for Check-In ShrimpFest assistance to Calvert County children in
children to socialize and play with other Biking along the western shore of the North Beach Volunteer Fire- need. An online charity auction open to
children on the playground. Free. 410- Chesapeake Bay. Fully supported event house, 8536 Bayside Rd, Chesapeake bid until midnight. www.CAIAuction.
535-1600, x8200 with routes ranging from 16 miles to a Beach com. Proceeds go directly to fund pro-
metric century. www.endhungercalvert. 6:00 - 10:00 PM grams in Calvert County.
Annmarie After Hours org/bike Fundraiser to benefit The Humane
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Society of Calvert County! All you can Saint Mary’s County Camera Club
Center All Ford Car and Truck Show eat Shrimp including Tortellini Alfredo, Meeting
13470 Dowell Rd., Solomons Patuxent High School, Lusby Sausage, Peppers & Onions and sides University System of Maryland at
5:00 - 8:00 PM 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM included. Music, entertainment, silent Southern Maryland
A casual adult evening of great art, In support of the Patuxent High auction. Adults $45. Under 10 $22.50. 7:00 PM
wine & beer, light hors d’oeuvres, and School Orchestra and other local chari- Special children’s meal $10. Featuring a presentation by Bill Cas-
live music. No reservations required! ties. Vehicle registration is $20, no JillTlee@comcast.net.410-353-7670 sidy of the Smallwood Camera Club on
Free for members; $5 for non-members. spectator fee. Trophies. Sponsored by creating interesting bokeh with your
Must be 21+. the Southern Maryland Mustang Club. Motown Night camera. This should be an interesting
410-326-4640. www.annmariegarden. 410-326-4413 American Legion Post 206, Rt. 260, and fun evening and Bill suggests that
org Chesapeake Beach those interested in trying the techniques
Calvert Artists’ Guild 7:30 - 11:30 PM bring their camera with them. Bill also
Meatloaf Dinner Solomons Asbury Clubhouse, 11740 The Sons of the American Legion noted that the technique works better
American Legion Post 206, Rt. 260, Asbury Circle Stallings-Williams Post 206 host DJ with some lenses than others so if you
Chesapeake Beach 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Stephen Varney. $10 includes draft beer have multiple lenses you might want to
5:30 - 7:00 PM After a brief business meeting, Sylvia and sodas. Public welcome. 410-257- bring a couple to see how the effects
Lower-level dining room. $12 in- Hill, a pastel artist, “The Eyes Have It” 9878 www.ALPost206.org. vary. Visitors are welcome. Look for a
cludes all the trimmings and a beverage. will demonstrate how she draws realis- posted notice of the assigned room num-
Public welcome. 410-257-9878. www. tic eyes in pastel. Free to the public. Jan Rx Take Back Day ber for “smccc” on the outside door. If
ALpost206.org Barr 443-404-5746, fujibarr@comcast. Calvert County Sheriff’s office, you have questions, please contact the
net or Kate Dinnel 410-586-3375, katesi- Prince Frederick club via email at smccc1998@gmail.
Family Bingo las@comcast.net Maryland State Police Barrack “U” com. For more, see our Web site at
Mt. Hope Community Center, 104 Prince Frederick www.smccc.org.
Pushaw Station Road, Sunderland Tennis Clinic Mount Hope Community Center,
6:30 - 8:00 PM Cove Point Park, 750 Cove Point Sunderland
Bring the whole family! Enjoy a fun- Road, Lusby Northeast Community Center, Chesa- Thursday, May 2
filled evening. Prizes for all ages. Free. 10:00 AM - Noon peake Beach
For individuals with disabilities ages Southern Community Center, Lusby National Day of Prayer
410-535-1600, x8220 8912 Chesapeake Ave., North
6 and up to learn the basics of playing 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
tennis. Instructed by the Calvert County Keep prescription medications from Beach
Quarter Auction Night 12:00 - 3:00 PM and 5:00 - 8:00 PM
North Beach Firehouse, 8536 Bayside Tennis Association. Free. Registration being abused. Remove unused and ex-
appreciated. 410-535-1600 x 8205 or x pired medications from your home. No The Union Church invites you to come
Rd., Chesapeake Beach and pray during the National Day of
7:00 PM 8204 questions asked! Sponsored by Calvert
Alliance Against Substance Abuse. Prayer. All are welcome.
Bring your Quarters of purchase them
at the event. $3/paddle. Food available 410-535-3733

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Thursday, April 25, 2019 The Calvert County Times Calendars 21

Events
YoungatHeart
For more information & to register for events visit http://calvertlibrary.info

the Holocaust through artifacts, photo-


Thursday, April 25 graphs and film. Admission to the mu-
JobSource Mobile Career Center. seum is free. Registration is required
1:00-3:00pm. Stop by to visit the Job- and a $20 bus fee must be paid in
Source Mobile Career Center for your cash or check when registering at any By Office of Aging Staff
job search needs! Get job counsel- Calvert Library. Registration begins
ing and résumé help, search for jobs March 11 and ends April 12. Sorry, no
and connect with Southern Mary- refunds. Calvert Library Prince Fred- Free Advanced Directives Calvert Pines Senior Center
land JobSource. No registration. Cal- erick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535-0291 An attorney will assist you in pre- Be sure to stop by and check out an
vert Library Southern Branch, 13920 or 301-855-1862. paring an Advanced Directive on array of purses for sale at our Senior
H. G. Trueman Road, Solomons, Wednesday, May 1. Limited num- Council Purse Sale, Wednesday, May
410-326-5289. Monday, April 29 ber of appointments available. North
Beach Senior Center appointments
8, 9 a.m. All proceeds from the sale
benefit the programs supported by
Drop in, hang out at Southern Monday Morning Fun. 10:00- will be held 9 a.m. – 10 a.m., Calvert the Senior Council.
Branch - Marvel Watch Party! 6:00- 11:00am. Join us for dancing, stories, Pines Senior Center between 11 a.m. Make a beautiful summer floral
8:00pm. We took a poll and the fans movies and fun. We now have text re- – 12 noon, and Southern Pines Senior arrangement at the Spring Floral Ar-
have voted! Hang out with friends and minders. If you would like to get re- Center between 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Must ranging with the Chesapeake Garden
watch the top-ranked Marvel movie. minders about certain special events call a Senior Center to make an ap- Club, Friday, May 10, 10 a.m.
Comic book giveaways, pizza, popcorn for this class, text @mmfpf to the pointment.
and Marvel themed snacks. Cosplay number 81010. Calvert Library Prince North Beach Senior Center
welcome! Calvert Library Southern Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535- Legal Aid A representative from the Mary-
Branch, 13920 H. G. Trueman Road, 0291 or 301-855-1862. Attorney services are available by land Motor Vehicle Administration,
Solomons, 410-326-5289. appointment for those aged 60-plus will be here Thursday, May 2, 11
Green Crafting. 2:00-4:00pm. Make regarding SSI, benefit denials, dis- a.m. to answer all of your questions
crafts out of materials that would
Friday, April 26 typically be thrown out. Crochet-
ability payments, Social Security and
SSI overpayments, debtor and con-
about the new driver’s licenses and
the documents that are required to
On Pins & Needles. 1:00-4:00pm. ing, needlework, sewing, and simple sumer problems, advance directives, renew your license.
Bring your quilting, needlework, knit- tying techniques will be used. Cal- and tenant issues. A Legal Aid attor- A Board Certified Dermatologist
ting, crocheting, or other project for an vert Library Southern Branch, 13920 ney rotates on a schedule between the will discuss various type of treat-
afternoon of conversation and shared H. G. Trueman Road, Solomons, three senior centers. Call the specific ments and prevention of skin can-
creativity. Calvert Library Prince 410-326-5289. center for an appointment. Appoint- cer, Friday, May 3, 9 a.m. Be sure to
Frederick, 850 Costley Way, 410-535- ments are taken between 1 p.m. and schedule your free screening which
0291 or 301-855-1862. A Celebration of Mo Willems. 6:30- 3 p.m., Thursday, May 9 at the North will be held following the presenta-
7:30pm. Help us kick off Children’s Beach Senior Center. tion.
Nintendo Labo® Lab - PLAY. Book Week with a celebration of one
6:00-8:00pm. After building the LA- of our favorite children’s authors--Mo Fresh Conversations Southern Pines
BOs, join us as we use the Nintendo Willems! Join in the fun with all things Nutrition Education Senior Center
Switches to experiment with robotics Elephant & Piggie, Knuffle Bunny and
and play fun games. Pizza will be pro- the Pigeon and see how much Mo Fun
Program The Charles County Show Troupe
In collaboration with the Univer- will perform, Wednesday, May 1,
vided. Please register. Calvert Library it is to read! Calvert Library Twin 10:30 a.m. Sit back and enjoy one
sity of Maryland Extension, the Of-
Prince Frederick, 850 Costley Way, Beaches Branch, 3819 Harbor Road, of our favorite groups with singing,
fice on Aging will be hosting, “Fresh
410-535-0291 or 301-855-1862. Chesapeake Beach, 410-257-2411. dancing and skits.
Conversations,” a nutrition program
beginning May 20, 9 a.m. at Southern Wear your Derby Hat for our Ken-
Saturday, April 27 Tuesday, April 30 Pines Senior Center. The 1 hour class tucky Derby Celebration, Thursday,
On the Go – Holocaust Museum in will be held once per month, May - May 2, 1 p.m. We will be showing
Flying Needles. 6:00-9:00pm. Knit- December, beginning at 9 a.m. Free. the award winning movie Secretariat.
Washington, DC. 1:00-5:30pm. On the ting, crocheting and portable crafting
Go – Holocaust Museum in Washing- Call Program Manager Ed Sullivan
group open to anyone wanting to join for details at 410-535-4606, ext. 121.
ton, DC. The Charter bus leaves Sun- in and share talents, crafting time or
derland Park’n Ride promptly at 1pm learn a new skill. No registration. Cal-
for United States Holocaust Memorial vert Library Southern Branch, 13920
Museum in Washington, DC. Experi- H. G. Trueman Road, Solomons,

Eating Together Menu


ence this powerful living memorial to 410-326-5289.
Who’s Your Hero?

Who’s Your Hero? Monday, April 29


Stuffed Cabbage in Tomato Sauce,
Beets, Dinner Roll, Apple Crisp
Thursday, May 2
BBQ Chicken Leg, Baked Beans,
Calvert County has many “Hometown Heroes”
Dilled Carrots w/Snow Peas, Dinner
We all know one, a volunteer, a mentor, a community
leader, a first responder, a good neighbor, a big brother
Tuesday, April 30 Roll, Fruited Jell-O
or sister, a leader in the classroom or church. Meatloaf, Gravy, Succotash,
Seasoned Greens, Dinner Roll,
Throughout 2019 the County Times will feature
Orange Sections
Friday, May 3
stories of Calvert’s “Hometown Heroes.”
Baked Ham, Glazed Sweet
To shine a spotlight
Wednesday, May 1 Potatoes, Brussel Sprouts, Tomato
on your hero email
their name & contact info to Spinach Baked Fish, Baked Potato, Wedge Salad, Yogurt, Dinner Roll,
aldailey@countytimes.net
Sour Cream, Greens Beans, Dinner Fresh Fruit Cup
Roll, Peaches

Lunches are served to seniors, aged 60-plus, and their spouses through Title IIIC of
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,
or Southern Pines Senior Center at 410-586-2748. Lunches are subject to change.
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